Journal Wetenskap Health <p><strong>Journal Wetenskap Health</strong> ISSN <strong><a href="">2709-5215</a></strong> is an international journal open access and peer-reviewed journal includes all the areas of research activities in all fields of Health Science such as Public Health, Health Psychology, Social Health, Health Care Delivery, Health Care Administration, Hospital Science and Management, Occupational Health and Safety, Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy, Health Care Research, Innovations in Patient Care, Secondary Care, Epidemiology, Medical Care, Physical health, Quaternary Care, Nursing, Nursing Education, Neonatal nurse, Home Health Nursing Community and Homecare, Information Technology in Nursing, Midwifery, Veterinary Nursing, Medical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pathology, Physiotherapy &amp; Rehabilitation, Veterinary Medicines, Ergonomics, Food and Nutrition.</p> <p> </p> en-US Thu, 14 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0700 OJS 60 Efforts To Prevent Low Back Pain In Office Workers <p>This study looks at low back pain (LBP) prevention techniques for office workers, with particular attention to demographics, prevalence of LBP, awareness, use, satisfaction, and perceived efficacy of interventions. Results show that there is a majority age group (26–35 years old), sporadic episodes of lower back pain, and a significant discrepancy between awareness and use of ergonomic modifications. Interventions involving physical activity exhibit lower levels of awareness and satisfaction. Studies that have been compared show that while awareness has grown throughout time, there are still ongoing difficulties in putting awareness into practice. Positive opinions of educational initiatives point to improvements in the prevention of LBP holistically. In order to have a thorough grasp of the long-term effects of preventive strategies, longitudinal designs should be used in future study. The study adds knowledge to the field of LBP prevention in office environments, which is constantly changing.</p> Wielfrid Chokwueze Copyright (c) 2023 Journal Wetenskap Health Wed, 20 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0700 Factors Associated With Reproductive Health Behaviors Of Adolescents <p>This cross-sectional study looks at the variables that affect the reproductive health behaviors of 500 individuals, ages 10 to 19, in a varied sample. The results show that cultural norms are moderately adhered to (mean score: 3.8) and that religion has a mixed effect on reproductive health. Good communication from parents (mean score: 4.2) is in contrast to a range of peer influences. Although exposure to sex education is positive (mean score: 3.9), 30% of respondents say they have no access to medical treatment. Mean score for media influence is 3.5, and 45% of respondents say they use technology heavily. Consistencies and discrepancies are found when compared to previous research, highlighting the necessity of context-specific interventions. These understandings guide focused strategies to improve teenage reproductive health outcomes worldwide.</p> Benson Meyiwa Copyright (c) 2023 Journal Wetenskap Health Sat, 23 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0700 Impact of Noise Pollution on Community Health and Well-Being in Lagos, Nigeria <p>This study examines the effects of noise pollution at various times of the day on residential, commercial, and industrial zones in Lagos, Nigeria. Different noise levels are shown by descriptive statistics; residential zones have moderate noise during the day, higher noise in the evening, and reduced noise at night. The noise levels in commercial and industrial zones are consistently greater, which highlights the difficulties that households experience. There is a discrepancy between measured and perceived noise levels, according to community perceptions impacted by cultural and local factors. In order to create a more sustainable and peaceful urban environment in Lagos, the study emphasizes the necessity of context-specific noise management techniques in urban planning and policy formulation.</p> Kilowau Byaello Copyright (c) 2023 Journal Wetenskap Health Thu, 21 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0700 Harnessing Technology for Enhanced Patient Care and Monitoring <p>This study looks into how individuals with chronic illnesses' levels of physical activity are affected by wearable health monitoring devices. We looked at participant demographics, health status, and physical activity information throughout an eight-week period using a quantitative method. The findings show that wearing wearable technology is positively correlated with higher levels of physical activity. Our results support previous studies by highlighting the usefulness of wearables in encouraging behavior modification. Notably, the study offers a deeper picture of wearable device adoption by contributing information regarding health problems and demographic characteristics. The ramifications for the practice of medicine indicate that include wearables in care plans could improve patient interventions for chronic illnesses. While acknowledging study limitations, the overall conclusion supports the The general conclusion acknowledges the limits of the study but affirms the revolutionary role that wearable technology will play in reshaping healthcare, improving patient outcomes, and encouraging proactive health management.</p> Magaille Hodambia Copyright (c) 2023 Journal Wetenskap Health Fri, 29 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0700