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Note: Prior to July 1, 2007, the School of Public Health was named the College of Health & Human Performance.
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COVID-19 public health measures and patient and public involvement in health and social care research: An umbrella review (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2023-03-10)An umbrella review of previously published systematic reviews was conducted to determine the nature and extent of the patient and public involvement (PPI) in COVID-19 health and social care research and identify how PPI ...
Padres Preparados, Jóvenes Saludables: intervention impact of a randomized controlled trial on Latino father and adolescent energy balance-related behaviors (Springer Nature, 2022-10-18)Studies have shown associations among food and activity behaviors and body weight of Latino fathers and adolescents. However, few Latino father-focused interventions have been designed to improve energy balance-related ...
Leveraging 13 million responses to the U.S. COVID-19 Trends and Impact Survey to examine vaccine hesitancy, vaccination, and mask wearing, January 2021-February 2022 (Springer Nature, 2022-10-13)The urgency of the COVID-19 pandemic called upon the joint efforts from the scientific and private sectors to work together to track vaccine acceptance and prevention behaviors. Our study utilized individual responses to ...
SIMILAR VASCULAR RESPONSES TO A HIGH-FAT MEAL, REGARDLESS OF RACE AND SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH (2022)Black individuals are at a higher risk for developing cardiovascular disease (CVD), including hypertension, compared to white individuals. Chronic low-grade inflammation contributes to hypertension by causing vascular ...
Effects of Tamoxifen Therapy on Breast Carcinogenesis: Epidemiological Associations and Biomechanisms of Action (2022)Background: Tamoxifen, a key chemopreventive and adjuvant endocrine therapy (ET) for breast cancer, is suggested to alter breast cancer risk factors including circulating hormones (estrogen and insulin-like growth factors ...