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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 ...
Formative research regarding social support programs and young adults living with type one diabetes
Little research has been conducted regarding social support programs (SSPs) for young adults with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (T1DM). Formative research was conducted including: in-depth interviews with individuals who have ...
USE OF RISK ASSESSMENT MODELING TECHNIQUES TO DEVELOP QUANTITATIVE RISK-BASED HAZARD ANALYSIS AND CRITICAL CONTROL POINT (RB-HACCP) PLANS
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) is the internationally recognized system to assure the safety of food products and the foundation of food safety programs worldwide. However, its success is limited by its ...
Food Insecurity, Service Awareness, Social Factors, and Quality of Life in Community-Dwelling Older Adults
Older adults are at risk for food insecurity due to financial constraints, physical difficulties, social isolation, and the resulting limitations on food access. Social isolation has two components – objective, such as ...
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 ...
Determinants of Food Insecurity in the League of Arab States
Background Food insecurity (FI) is widespread in the League of Arab States (LAS) due to factors including gender inequality, conflict, and political turmoil. However, limited data are available on its prevalence and ...