Child

An assessment of anemia status of child-mother pairs in Bangladesh

Anemia (e.g. iron deficiency anemia) is a serious public health concern that often coexists within the same household, particularly threatening child-mother pairs. Despite the high prevalence, there is a paucity of research to understand the anemia …

Presence of Books for Children in the Households of Bangladesh: A District-wise Distribution

Health policies and public health studies in Bangladesh primarily focus on physical aspects of health, thus creating a gap in the literature regarding the assessment of the emotional-social environment for children and their developmental …

Trend of child marriage in Bangladesh: A reflection on significant socioeconomic factors

A complicating factor for child marriage in Bangladesh is age heaping or digital preference, where young girls misreport their age, claiming to be older or younger than they are. Analysis based on four nationally representative cross-sectional …

Mental health service use in Australia: The role of family structure and socio-economic status

To investigate the patterns and the determinants of mental health service use by children and adolescents in Australia. Data from Young Minds Matter (YMM): The Second Australian Child and Adolescent Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing is used in …

A macro-level approach to assess the early developmental vulnerabilities of children in Australia: A local government area-based analysis

The spatial impact of socioeconomic determinants on the macro-level early developmental vulnerability of children was analyzed in this paper using Local Government Areas (LGAs) as samples. Five domains of developmental outcomes: physical, social, …