Health and Wellness Journal

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The Benefits of Yoga for Children in Schools

This presentation will review the benefits of yoga for children which include improved academic performance, health, and well-being.

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The Smoke Ring: A Mixed Method Study

The research focuses on evaluating Aboriginal tobacco control in Australia. A better understanding of factors that influence smoking behavior, attitudes and social norms will inform tobacco control and cessation support.

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Published Online: June 16, 2015

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Engaging with Racism: An Opportunity to Advance Nursing Practice

An examination of White nurses’ perception of racism in Canadian nursing using grounded theory approach under the tenets of participatory Action Research.

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Published Online: June 16, 2015

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Using a Social Ecological Theory to Determine Worksite Wellness Programming Barriers within a Private Midwestern Higher Education Setting

This research examined potential barriers to participation in a work-site wellness program offered at a private university. Survey questions were formulated from the Social Ecology Model and Partnership for Prevention.

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Functional Exercise Training to Enhance Emotional Well-being in Middle School Aged Children

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Stages of Change and Therapeutic Alliance among College Students Seeking Mental Health Services in an Integrated Health Center

One hundred-thirty college students received brief therapy at the student health center. Results indicated that students having strong therapeutic bonds with their counselors took active steps toward solving their problems.

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Published Online: June 16, 2015

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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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Traditional Knowledge, Indigenous Green Vegetables, and Health Security: Exploring Livelihood Practices within African Traditions

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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