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Dietary Patterns, Metabolic Risk and Survival in Older Adults
Background: Recent evidence suggests that older adults' diets can appreciably impact their health. Dietary patterns may better capture the multifaceted effects of diet on health than individual nutrients or foods. Objectives: ...
Electronic Interventions to Improve Health Behaviors in College Students
Introduction: In transitioning from adolescence to adulthood, college students are faced with significant challenges to their health habits. Time, independence and stress have been known to result in poor eating and ...
DIET, FOOD SECURITY, SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS AND DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS IN HOMEBOUND OLDER ADULTS IN THE UNITED STATES AND THEIR IMPACT ON HEALTHCARE UTILIZATION
Homebound older adults may be at increased risk for malnutrition and social isolation, posing a potential threat to them aging in their communities and increasing healthcare cost. The Nutrition Service Program under Older ...