Bio

DR SOBBIE A.Z MULINDI

Summary of Qualifications:
Doctor of State Candidate Rene Descartes, Sorbonne Paris
-France 1990

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Publications


2009

2007

MULINDI, DRSOBBIEAZ.  2007.  Wilhelmsen I, Mulindi S, Snakok D, Wilhelmsen A B, Eriksen H R & Ursin H. (2007). Subjective health complaints are more prevalent in Maasais than in Norwegians. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 61 no. 4.. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 61 no. 4.. : Springerlink Abstract
The aim of this observational, population-based study was to compare subjective health complaints (SHC) in Norwegians, living in a Western welfare society, and Maasai people, living in rural Kenya under primitive conditions. An interview-based version of SHC inventory was used. Data from 320 Maasais were compared to data from 1243 Norwegians. The Maasais had significantly higher score than the Norwegians on 23 of 28 items, involving musculoskeletal, "pseudo-neurological" and gastrointestinal complaints. The Maasais, living under primitive conditions, close to nature, seems to have more SHC than Norwegians, living in a modern, highly developed and industrialized country.

2001

1996

Mulindi, SAZ.  1996.  The AIDS Crisis: Challenges, Consequences, and Recommendations for the World and Africa. AbstractWebsite

AIDS is a global problem of unprecedent consequences in the history of epidemics. It poses serious health, economic, social, ethical, political, religious, legal, cultural and philosophical problems that threaten to undermine the fabric and the well being, adherence and understanding upon which societies must function and have functioned for centuries.

1992

Mulindi, SAZ.  1992.  How Women Are Affected by Aids in Africa.
MULINDI, DRSOBBIEAZ.  1992.  Mulindi S. A. Z. . Scandinavian Journal of Development, Alternatives 11: 53-62, 1992.. : Springerlink Abstract
The aim of this observational, population-based study was to compare subjective health complaints (SHC) in Norwegians, living in a Western welfare society, and Maasai people, living in rural Kenya under primitive conditions. An interview-based version of SHC inventory was used. Data from 320 Maasais were compared to data from 1243 Norwegians. The Maasais had significantly higher score than the Norwegians on 23 of 28 items, involving musculoskeletal, "pseudo-neurological" and gastrointestinal complaints. The Maasais, living under primitive conditions, close to nature, seems to have more SHC than Norwegians, living in a modern, highly developed and industrialized country.

1988

MULINDI, DRSOBBIEAZ.  1988.  Mulindi S. A. Z.: . The Nairobi Journal of Medicine 14:2 : 58-59, 1988.. : Springerlink Abstract
The aim of this observational, population-based study was to compare subjective health complaints (SHC) in Norwegians, living in a Western welfare society, and Maasai people, living in rural Kenya under primitive conditions. An interview-based version of SHC inventory was used. Data from 320 Maasais were compared to data from 1243 Norwegians. The Maasais had significantly higher score than the Norwegians on 23 of 28 items, involving musculoskeletal, "pseudo-neurological" and gastrointestinal complaints. The Maasais, living under primitive conditions, close to nature, seems to have more SHC than Norwegians, living in a modern, highly developed and industrialized country.
MULINDI, DRSOBBIEAZ.  1988.  Mulindi S. A. Z.: . The Nairobi Journal of Medicine 14:1: 7-9, 1988.. : Springerlink Abstract
The aim of this observational, population-based study was to compare subjective health complaints (SHC) in Norwegians, living in a Western welfare society, and Maasai people, living in rural Kenya under primitive conditions. An interview-based version of SHC inventory was used. Data from 320 Maasais were compared to data from 1243 Norwegians. The Maasais had significantly higher score than the Norwegians on 23 of 28 items, involving musculoskeletal, "pseudo-neurological" and gastrointestinal complaints. The Maasais, living under primitive conditions, close to nature, seems to have more SHC than Norwegians, living in a modern, highly developed and industrialized country.

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