Health and Wellness Journal

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What Influences Independent, Young Adults' Food Choices?

This research aims to look deeper into first year tertiary students circumstances to explore lifelong influences such as family background and new, immediate influences such as living conditions.

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Published Online: May 20, 2016

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Modifying the Theory of Planned Behavior to Predict Children’s Exercise Behaviors

This study modified the theory of planned behavior to improve the predictability of children’s exercise behaviors.

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Published Online: April 29, 2016

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Adolescent Disclosure

Assessing the health status of adolescents is challenging for health care providers. The study compared the effects of story-centered care to standard care on adolescent disclosure in an Urgent Care.

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Published Online: April 29, 2016

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Examining the Impact of a Physical Activity Intervention Program

This study explored the effects of integrating a physical activity intervention program for middle school students into the school’s curriculum.

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Published Online: April 15, 2016

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The Pedagogic Benefit of Emotion in the Re-Education of TBI Persons

How the emotional centers of the brain can be utilized to help plasticity and improve memory function for traumatic brain injured individuals is the topic of this paper.

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Published Online: April 8, 2016

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The Experience of Mental Health Literacy in Health Professionals in Non-Mental Health Areas

This study produced areas for consideration in mental health literacy education for practitioners working in non-mental health settings including managing challenging behaviours and negative attitudes, mental health skills and knowledge.

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Published Online: April 8, 2016

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Epidemiology of Major and Minor Depression in Rural Elderly Adults

The paper reveals that the prevalence of major and minor rural elderly depression groups was found to be higher than previous research suggested, and demonstrates both clinical and research implications.

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Published Online: January 31, 2016

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A Place for Everyone? The Challenge of Promoting Community Inclusion at a Recreation Centre

Employing a qualitative case study method, our study explored meaning of inclusion among community and staff members of an inclusive community recreation facility in Ontario, Canada.

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Published Online: January 29, 2016

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Looking on the Bright Side: Optimism in the Therapeutic Setting

This paper addresses the importance of incorporating the concept of optimism in the therapeutic setting and illustrates the ways in which optimism in clients leads to greater resilience and hope.

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Published Online: January 25, 2016

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The Children's Voice and Interdisciplinary Health Promotion Program

This paper describes a study of how children understand and perceive issues of health and well-being. Project results indicate the need to design interdisciplinary health promotion program in schools.

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Published Online: January 25, 2016

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