Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) will not able to be achieved by this year if the social issues are not able to solve. We need to aware that social issues can have a significant impact on life and both health of seniors. Thus, addressing these psychosocial problems is an integral component of seniors’ complex medical care.
Maternal health becomes a main concern nowadays as it relates to health of women during pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum period. Maternal morbidity and mortality will reduce by taking consideration of healthcare dimensions of family planning, preconception, prenatal and postnatal care. Preconception care refers to education, health promotion, screening and other interventions among women of reproductive age to reduce risk factors that might affect future pregnancies. In order to reduce the maternal mortality ratio, prenatal care is needed in order to detect any potential complications of pregnancy early, to prevent them if possible, and to direct the women to appropriate specialist medical services if appropriate.