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HIV/AIDS related knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors among African american women of different age groups
This study was conducted to examine the differences in knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors regarding HIV/AIDS among African American women of different age groups. The HIV/AIDS Questionnaire, developed by the researcher, ...
The incidence of breast cancer among domestic and international flight attendants
The purpose of this study was to determine whether the incidence of breast cancer is different between female flight attendants and women in the U.S. population, and between domestic and international flight attendants. ...
The relationship between participation in organized church youth activities and health risk behaviors
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between youth participation in organized church youth activities and selected adolescent health risk behaviors. The sample used for the study included 72 youths ...
Relationship in health habit variables to grade point average and number of infractions in female parochial high school students
The purpose of this study was to identify the determinants of success among students at an all girls' private parochial high school. This study examined relationships between health habits and student GPA and school ...
Using focus group methodology to develop diabetes screening, education, and prevention programs for African American women
Few studies have been done to determine the perceptions and beliefs that nondiabetic African American women have about diabetes and secondary complications that result from the disease. Therefore, the purpose of this study ...
Selection of clinical laboratory science as a career
This study investigated the factors that influenced students to choose clinical laboratory science (CLS) as a career. Demographic data on 28 CLS students was collected using an eight-item questionnaire. Data related to ...