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F birthing and adjustment to motherhood. Sydney, Australia: School of Behavioural Sciences, Macquarie University; 1993:61. 47. Kennedy HP, et al: Negotiating sleep - A qualitative study of new mothers. J Perinat Neonatal Nurs 2007, 21(2):114?22. 48. Wang MY, Wang SY, Tsai PS: Cognitive behavioural therapy for primary insomnia: a systematic review. J Adv Nurs 2005, 50(5):553?4. 49. Morin CM, Culber
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Ssociation of Southeast Asian; 2010. 2. Choudhury HK, Saikia J: Factors influencing farmers' adoption of slash and burn agriculture in North East India. For Policy Econ 2012, 15:146?51. 3. Awang MB, Jaafar AB, Abdullah AM, Ismail MB, Hassan MN, Abdullah R, Johan S, Noor H: Air quality in Malaysia: impacts, management issues and future challenges. Respirology 2000, 5:183?96. 4. Tan WC, Qiu D, Liam
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Ssociation of Southeast Asian; 2010. 2. Choudhury HK, Saikia J: Factors influencing farmers' adoption of slash and burn agriculture in North East India. For Policy Econ 2012, 15:146?51. 3. Awang MB, Jaafar AB, Abdullah AM, Ismail MB, Hassan MN, Abdullah R, Johan S, Noor H: Air quality in Malaysia: impacts, management issues and future challenges. Respirology 2000, 5:183?96. 4. Tan WC, Qiu D, Liam
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Ssociation of Southeast Asian; 2010. 2. Choudhury HK, Saikia J: Factors influencing farmers' adoption of slash and burn agriculture in North East India. For Policy Econ 2012, 15:146?51. 3. Awang MB, Jaafar AB, Abdullah AM, Ismail MB, Hassan MN, Abdullah R, Johan S, Noor H: Air quality in Malaysia: impacts, management issues and future challenges. Respirology 2000, 5:183?96. 4. Tan WC, Qiu D, Liam
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To attend emergency department as a result of physical complications. Our participants were more informed about the ongoing haze, associated possible physical dangers as well as the steps taken by the government. These factors might have influenced their responses. Third, the list of physical symptoms was derived from general medical knowledge and it was not designed to detect specific physical sy
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To attend emergency department as a result of physical complications. Our participants were more informed about the ongoing haze, associated possible physical dangers as well as the steps taken by the government. These factors might have influenced their responses. Third, the list of physical symptoms was derived from general medical knowledge and it was not designed to detect specific physical sy
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Th families. There are several limitations in this study. First, the 2013 Southeast Asian haze crisis was a temporary perturbation on the ecosystem which lasted for one week. Therefore, the period of exposure to the haze was short. We could only study the acute physical symptoms and psychological stress. Our results cannot be generalized to sub-acute and long-term physical and psychological compli
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Ous constituents of the haze could have been responsible for other symptoms like headache, dizziness, chest pain, mental and physical slowing [18,19]. Some of the findings related to the psychological stress of haze warrant further thought and interpretation. The total IES-R score was 18.47 (SD = 11.69). A total IES-R score of 33 or over signifies the likely presence of acute stress reaction syndr