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Development of a context-sensitive physical activity intervention for persons living with HIV and AIDS of low socioeconomic status using the behaviour change wheel, by Smart Mabweazara et al.
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BMC Series Jun 17
Read New Editor’s Highlight on Women’s perception towards predictive epigenetic risk testing - , selected by Associate Professor Jianguang Ji, the Section Editor for Chronic disease epidemiology.
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CQ Zhang Jun 15
The built environment and active transportation safety in children and youth: a study protocol
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Kamran Siddiqi Jun 14
Factors associated with different smoking statuses among Malaysian adolescent smokers: a cross-sectional study
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Lijun Zhao Jun 12
The evolution of time use approaches for understanding activities of daily living in a public health context
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BMC Series 24h
Lower vaccination coverage rates, with the exception of MMR, for children with intellectual disabilities in the UK. From in
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Maria Jun 11
Correlation between indoor air pollution and adult respiratory health in Zunyi City in Southwest China: situation in two different seasons
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Sonia Nuttman 7h
“You feel like you’re part of something bigger”: exploring motivations for community garden participation in Melbourne, Australia
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HAS-veille Jun 16
Use of Twitter data to improve Zika virus surveillance in the United States during the 2016 epidemic
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SCPHRP Jun 10
Research Association between frailty and the combination of physical activity level and sedentary behavior in older adults
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Paul Peters, PhD Jun 9
Fascinating article on the characteristics of high frequency 911 callers and the interrelated social factors.
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BMC Series Jun 11
A new study published in BMC Public Health looks at whether monitoring if people with HIV and AIDS take their ART, and looking at reasons for not doing so, can help patients increase adherence and improve treatment outcomes.
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Marita Hennessy Jun 15
Enrolment of families with overweight children into a program aimed at reducing with and without a weight criterion: a natural experiment
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fiona dobbie Jun 13
New research from our ASSIST Scotland team Implementation of a peer-led school based smoking prevention programme: a mixed methods process evaluation
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Katie Morton Jun 12
submitted a software article to over 3 months ago and *still* not gone out for review...despite it escalating to senior editors over a month ago.Still no updates.Would appreciate advice on whether to pull article or expected timelines?
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Dr Abdi Mahamud Jun 9
Effect of a delivered health, nutrition, responsive stimulation package & conditional cash transfers on child devt & growth in rural🇹🇿: protocol for a cluster-randomized trial.HE , worth exploring in 🇵🇰.
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The CHASE Study Jun 12
The CHASE study protocol is now published! Hopefully, the first of many publications to come from our program. The built environment and active transportation safety in children and youth: a study protocol
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Hayley Lewthwaite Jun 12
Potential ways to include 24-hour time use data (all ) in research for a more detailed picture of how people spend their time and the impact on health.
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Blickpunkt Lateinamerika Jun 12
🇧🇷: Studie: Müllsammler setzen ihre Gesundheit aufs Spiel, vor allem alleinerziehende Mütter leiden unter Krankheiten.
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Rajesh Mohan Jun 8
Good paper analysing the inter-relationships of social determinants of health Role of , household arrangements(living alone) & country groups by Don't measure SDOH in isolation?
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