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Despite the significant health benefits of regular physical activity, approximately half of American adults, particularly women and minorities, do not meet the current physical activity recommendations.
Content type: Study protocol. Published on: 14 December The prevalence of smoking in Sweden has decreased in recent decades, and is now among the lowest in the world. During the same period, the use of Swedish moist oral snuff, a smokeless tobacco called snus, has Content type: Research article.
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This study examines alcohol consumption and blood alcohol c Published on: 12 December In recent years, many studies have focused on adolescent's sex-related issues in China. However, there have been few studies of unmarried migrant females' sexual knowledge, attitudes and behaviors, which is im Isoniazide preventive therapy IPT is given to individuals with latent infection of tuberculosis TB to prevent the progression to active disease.
One of the primary reasons for failure of IPT is poor adhere Several measures have been undertaken to improve reporting of TB but the completeness and timeliness of TB notificat Improving perinatal health is the key to achieving the Millennium Development Goal for child survival. Recently, several reviews suggest that scaling up available effective perinatal interventions in an integr Published on: 10 December Intimate partner violence against women is the psychological, physical, and sexual abuse directed to spouses.
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In this study, we examined, separately in men and women, whether the association Studies on adolescent smoking indicate that the smoking behaviours of their parents, siblings and friends are significant micro-level predictors. Parents' socioeconomic status SES is an important macro-level There are many studies that associate vitamin D serum levels in older persons with muscle strength, physical performance and risk of fractures and falls.
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Physical activity programs for children that involve regular high intensity physi Published on: 5 December Respiratory infections are the leading cause of childhood deaths in Bangladesh. Promoting respiratory hygiene may reduce infection transmission. This formative research explored community perceptions about res Published on: 4 December The relationship between urbanicity and adolescent health is a critical issue for which little empirical evidence has been reported.
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In the coming years, the number of people with dementia will increase worldwide and most of them will continue to live in the com Lifestyle change is probably the most important single action to prevent type 2 diabetes mellitus. The purpose of this study was to assess the effects of a low-intensity individual lifestyle intervention by a Research on new models of care in health service provision is complex, as is the introduction and embedding of such models, and positive research findings are only one factor in whether a new model of care wil Content type: Research.
This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 11 Supplement 5. Public health research is an endeavour that often involves multiple relationships, far-reaching collaborations, divergent expectations and various outcomes. Using the Tall Girls Study as a case study, this pap The complexities inherent in understanding the social determinants of health are often not well-served by quantitative approaches.
My aim is to show that well-designed and well-conducted ethnographic studies h Authors: Mridula Bandyopadhyay. For women Content type: Review. Social support interventions have a somewhat chequered history. Despite evidence that social connection is associated with good health, efforts to implement interventions designed to increase social support ha Intervention studies for depression and intimate partner violence IPV commonly incorporate screening to identify eligible participants.
The challenge is that current ethical evaluation is largely informed by Research has a 'bad name' in Aboriginal communities. Too often, researchers have come, gathered information and taken it away from Aboriginal people, with no benefit for the communities taking part in the rese Authors: Tanya Koolmatrie. Content type: Introduction. The social environment in which children grow up is closely associated with their health.
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Despite the significant health benefits of regular physical activity, approximately half of American adults, particularly women and minorities, do not meet the current physical activity recommendations. Content type: Study protocol. Published on: 14 December The prevalence of smoking in Sweden has decreased in recent decades, and is now among the lowest in the world. During the same period, the use of Swedish moist oral snuff, a smokeless tobacco called snus, has Content type: Research article.
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