Health and Wellness Journal

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Utilizing Talking Circles to Identify Wellness Barriers in Rural Native American Communities

A qualitative study of perceptions of barriers to wellness, specifically nutrition and physical activity in rural Native American communities in South Dakota is the topic of this presentation.

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Efficacy of a Transtheoretical Model Intervention to Improve College Students’ Physical Activity Engagement: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

This paper examines the immediate and sustained effect of a transtheoretical model-based intervention on physical activity engagement and health outcomes among Hong Kong college students.

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Indigenous Green Vegetables and African Livelihood Practices: Exploring Traditional Knowledge in Indigenous Green Vegetables

African Rural communities observes forest ecological system to develop traditional knowledge (TK) on indegenous green vegetables (IGV). Poor communities use this TK to sustain their everyday health and wellness needs.

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The Effects of Stress on Eating Patterns

This study examined the effects of stress on eating behaviour and eating patterns in stress

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Perspective on the role of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy

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Service Learning in Honduras: Rehabilitation Student Perspectives on International Interprofessional Collaboration

This interprofessional educational collaborative experience (IPECE) in rehabilitation provided opportunities to work in an international interprofessional team with communities while providing pro bono services in an impoverished region of Honduras.

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The International Journal of Health, Wellness and Society , Volume 4, Issue 3-4, May 2015

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Exercise Motivation: The Role of Gender, Age, and Body Mass Index

Building on developmental and self-determination theories, the present study examines the extent to which gender, age, and body mass index predict exercise motivation.

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Culture or Psychosis: Social Behavior Inducing Psychopathology or Psychopathology Inducing Social Behavior?

The aim of this review is to illustrate the difficulties encountered while dealing with patients’ special cultures and beliefs, which require a culture assessment, given its special features.

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Women, Men, and Exercise: A Quantitative Examination of Gender and Exercise

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