Health and Wellness Journal

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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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Urban Green Space as a Public Health Resource: Lessons from Ottawa’s Fletcher Wildlife Garden

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Reconceptualising Diabetes Care for People with Mental Illness: Institutional Ethnography

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Nutrition-related Service Learning Activities on a University Campus

Service learning activities incorporated into a dietetics curriculum not only fulfill accreditation competencies, they benefit the dietetic students, university campus, and the local community.

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Health Care Access for Women in Rural Haiti: A Descriptive Study on Preventable and Manageable Disease States

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Published online: November 25, 2014

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Children’s Perspectives of Healthy Living

This paper provides valuable insight into children’s perspectives of nutrition, physical activity and health issues.

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Spirituality, Music, and Wellbeing: Sharing Insights from an Australian Setting

This paper explores the relationship between music, spirituality and wellbeing. One case study is presented from my project "Spirituality and Well-being: Music in the community" in Melbourne, Australia.

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A Success Story: Offender Rehabilitation as a Public Policy of Social Wellness

This examines bridging the social gap between recently released offenders and a society aiming for public wellness.

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Published online: November 25, 2014

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Knowledge and Beliefs about the Practice of Breast Self-examination among Macau Female Nurses

The main purposes of this study are to survey the breast self-examination (BSE) practices of Macau nurses, and examine factors that differentiate between BSE practices and non-practices.

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Published online: November 25, 2014

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