Study shows that educators' level of education affects the oral health of children
During the months of September 2007 to 2009, 423 Afro-descendant children from low-income families (51% female and 49% male) and their educators were recruited. From dental examinations in children and questionnaires to educators, the article showed that children under the responsibility of educators who completed higher education were 1.76 times as likely to be dentist and 6 times more likely to maintain a routine of regular dental appointments when compared to children whose responsible educators did not finish higher education. Children who were not supervised by educators had much higher rates of caries.
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The British organization Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust , focused on cervical cancer prevention, has launched a campaign on social networks to alert women about the importance of the exam of Papanicola. The #SmearForSmear campaign consists of posting photos using blurred red lipstick, making a joke with the name of the test in English: Pap smear.
The actress Malu Mader was in the Encuentro program in network Globo, this Monday (22), and recalled a difficult moment of his life. She said that at the age of 19 she was diagnosed with a liver tumor. "I thought it was cancer, but it was benign, I went to New York to operate there," she said. "This experience was very traumatic, but we only learn in suffering, of course we all suffer at some point some setback, I speak in the sense of looking at the beast from the front and trying to get out of it transformed," he said.