Health and Wellness Journal

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Social Media Use as a Predictor of Personality

This study seeks to determine whether a link exists between social media use and personality, and the implications for wellness.

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Understanding the Relationship between Binge Drinking, Physical Activity, and Diabetes

I examine understanding relationships between drinking behavior and diabetes and physical activity.

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Food for Thought: Engaging Youth in Creative Knowledge Sharing of School Food Experiences

The purpose of this knowledge translation project was to engage youth in sharing their food experiences through creative workshops, in order to share findings with decision makers in school food.

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The Voices of People with Younger Onset Dementia as They Face Aged Care

This paper summarises the experiences of four people with younger onset dementia as they face moving into aged care, voiced through personal interviews.

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Negative Expectations: Medical Narrative Rewriting in Early Intervention and Disabilities Work

Parents of young children with (or at risk for) disabilities face hope mixed with loss. Medical narrative re-writing may change the story told about the diagnosis and its impact.

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The Association between School Health Forms and HPV Vaccination Rates

School health forms may present a new, low-cost way to increase HPV vaccination. Forms that asked students to report HPV vaccination were correlated with high rates.

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Homeschooling Parent Stress Levels and Its Association with the Mental and Physical Health of Their Children

This study looked at the stress levels of homeschooling families for associations. Associations were found and overall stress levels of homeschooling families are relatively low when compared to national averages.

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Examining Body-Related Decisions of the University Students: The Impact of Media and Self-Esteem

This study investigated the impact of media and self-esteem on university students’ body related decisions such as doing physical exercise, going on a diet or trying to look like celebrities.

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Diabetes Care Programs: The Need to Integrate Social and Behavioral Sciences into the Solution

To identify key behavioral and social science interventions that can assist the diabetes practitioner, we introduce a conceptual framework for organizing a multi-approach to providing care.

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The Impact of Area Conservatism on Deviation from Best Practice: Women Choosing to Undergo Selective Reduction

Conservative areas distort the transmission of risk information in cases involving potential selective reduction as a pregnancy-management strategy.

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