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Veronica Akwenabuaye Undelikwo and Ebingha Erena Enang

, prenatal and infant morbidity and mortality in rural and urban slum communities. Indian Paediatrics, 1(28), 1473-1480. Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, (2016), Infant mortality. [Online] Available: Chandrashekhar, T.S.; Hari, S.J; Binu, V.S; Sabitri, G. & Neena, C. (2006). Home delivery and newborn care practices among urban women in western Nepal:a questionnaire survey. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. Vol 6 (27), 6- 27. CIA World Factbook, (2016), Infant

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Gabriela Belova and Stanislav Pavlov


In accordance with the National Security Strategy of the Republic of Bulgaria, updated in 2018, the health of Bulgarian citizens is defined as a vital national interest. The analysis of the data on basic health-demographic indicators shows that our country is currently facing significant national security risks associated with a high level of total and premature mortality, high maternal and infant mortality, high level of disability and low life expectancy, as well as low indicators during the years of good health. The authors consider that improving the health of the nation is inextricably linked to the readiness of the national health system to respond and to provide adequate and continuous medical assistance of good quality. One of the major challenges for the contemporary globalized world is the rapid entering of information and communication technologies in healthcare. The article attempts to outline some of the legal and ethical issues that could arise when information and communication technologies are introduced into the healthcare system (e.g. the use of various applications for mobile devices, remote therapy and disease monitoring, etc.) from a point of view human rights doctrine and the protection of personal data.

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Mehmet Aslan, Vikinta Rosinaite and Lasha Khojanashvili

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Majing Oloko and Regina Ekpo

Development – IFAD (2012). Rural Poverty in Nigeria: Agriculture in the Federal Republic of Nigeria Kankara, S.S., Ibrahim, M.H., Mustafa, M., & Go, R. (2015) Ethnobotanical Survey of Medicinal Plants used for Traditional Maternal Health Care in Katsina State, Nigeria. South African Journal of Botany , 97:165-175. Katepa-Bwalya, M., Mukonka, V., Kankasa, C., Masaninga, F., Babaniyi, O., & Siziya, S. (2015) Infants and young children feeding practices and nutritional status in two districts of Zambia. International

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Markus Miten Kleden, Hendrawan Soetanto, Kusmartono and Kuswanto

preclinical report. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease. 2(2): S790-S795. Adeniji, A.A, and M. Lawal (2012). Effect replacing groundnut cake with Moringa oleifera leaf meal in the diets of grower rabbits. International Journal of Molecular Veterinary Research. 2(3): 8-13. Estrella, M.C.P., J.B.V. Mantaring, G.Z. David, M.A. Taup (2000). A double-blind, randomized controlled trial on the use of malunggay (Moringa oleifera) for augmentation of the volume ofbreastmilk among non-nursing mothers of preterm infants. The Philipine Journal of

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Gloria Kirwan and Deirdre Jacob

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