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Causes Of Premature Death And Associated Risk Factors In Golestan Province, Iran
Premature death is devastating and about 86% of global premature deaths occur in low and middle-income nations. This study examines causes of premature death and associated risk factors in a Golestan population located in ...
Examining The Validity Of Self-Care For Black Women: A Mixed Methods Analysis
This study utilizes a mixed methods sequential QUAL + QUAN study to examine the validity of a self-care measure in a sample of Black women. There is minimal empirical literature exploring the salience of self-care in Black ...
A Mixed Methods Examination Of Attitude And Acculturation Factors Influencing Mental Health Service Receipt Among African Immigrants In The Washington Metropolitan Region
Immigrants (and refugees) often have unique mental health needs that stem from the migration to a new country, acculturative stressors, and previous experiences of trauma. Despite the immense amount of literature concerning ...
Food Policy: Understanding Food Insecurity Risk Factors And The Food Environment On An HBCU Campus
Food is a basic need for human survival. Food insecurity occurs when individuals in households consistently have inadequate access to nutritious food that may result in hunger, starvation, serious health problems, and even ...
Does Probation Status Predict The Risk Of Re-Arrest Among Adolescents And Youth Felons In The United States Of America?
American youth are arrested and re-arrested at the highest rates compared to any other industrialized nation in the world. Recidivism data estimates that about 72% of former inmates in the United States of America (U.S.A) ...