JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND DISEASES
Integrity Research Journals

ISSN: 2705-2214
Model: Open Access/Peer Reviewed
DOI: 10.31248/JPHD
Start Year: 2018
Email: jphd@integrityresjournals.org


ournal of Public Health and Diseases (JPHD) is an Open Access, Peer-Reviewed Journal that publishes original and high-quality research articles in all areas of Public Health and Diseases. JPHD is committed to advancing and sharing creative, innovative and emerging ideas that are likely to influence public health policy and improve public health of various communities around... Continue here

CURRENT ISSUE (Vol.5 (2) April 2022)


An Overview Of Insecticide Usage And Resistance Of Insect Vector To Insecticide: An Implication To Public Health
Insecticides are highly effective when optimally implemented and crop damage from insect pest infestations and diseases transmitted by insect vectors often result in serious consequences, warranting the need to use insecticides.  The main strategy for the elimination of insect vectors is the use of chemical insecticides. Since its discovery, chemical... Continue here

Resistant Status And Intensity Of Resistance Of Anopheles Gambiae Sensu Lato To Pyrethroid And Organophosphate In Lafia, Nasarawa State Nigeria
Monitoring and understanding the trend and dynamics of insecticide resistance are key to devising efficient control strategies. This study was carried out to investigate the resistance status of Anopheles gambiae sl mosquitoes in Lafia, Nasarawa State Nigeria to three pyrethroid (deltamethrin, Alphacypermethrin and permethrin) with concentration of 12.5... Continue here

Knowledge, Attitude And Perception Of People Infected With Human Onchocerciasis In Endemic Areas Of Delta State, Nigeria
Onchocerciasis is one of the Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) in Nigeria. The rate of spread of tropical diseases to higher altitudes is on the increase, due to climate change and global warming. This is why this research was conducted to determine knowledge, attitude and perception of those suffering from human onchocerciasis in reported endemic communities of... Continue here