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TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS IN THE ARUMERU DISTRICT OF NORTHERN TANZANIA: EVALUATION OF THE PREVALENCE AND ASSOCIATED RISK FACTORS IN RURAL COMMUNITIES
Purpose: Describe the prevalence of diabetes in rural northern Tanzania and the association between biometric markers and lifestyle indicators with diabetes, hypertension, and obesity.Background: Diabetes in sub-Sahara ...
EXPERIENCE OF POSTPARTUM ACTIVE DUTY WOMEN IN TRAINING FOR THE U.S. AIR FORCE FITNESS ASSESSMENT
In order to facilitate and evaluate physical readiness, active duty personnel of all branches of the U.S. military are required to pass periodic fitness assessments. United States Air Force (USAF) personnel must pass a ...
Distress after Preterm Birth: A Discourse Analysis of Parents' Accounts and Photographs
Preterm birth is a distressing experience for parents. This distress may continue into early childhood, with negative consequences for parents' mental health and child development. The purpose of this study was to take an ...
Identifying Disease Characteristics, Parent Experience, and Coping Strategies When Predicting Pediatric Illness-Related Stress in Parents of Children with Mitochondrial Disease
Mitochondrial disease (mito) is a group of rare, inherited, chronic, life-limiting, incurable neurodegenerative disorders known to affect children early in life that result from failure of the mitochondria to turn food ...
Empowering Patients with Persistent Pain Using an Internet-based Self-management Program
New strategies are needed to improve care for patients with persistent pain. Biopsychosocial models for pain treatments are effective, yet remain inaccessible, particularly for patients with limited resources and from ...
The Experience of Infant Feeding for First-Time Mothers: A Hermeneutic Analysis
Infant feeding is a unique relationship between a mother and infant that is like no other human relationship in the lifespan. Research suggests women struggle with infant-feeding choices and decide how to feed infants prior ...