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Factors predictive of colorectal cancer screening among Muslim men and women from central/middle eastern counters living in North Texas
Colorectal cancer is known to be among the most common malignancies globally (Fazeli et al., 2007). Due to the high volume of Central/Middle Eastern Muslim immigration to the United States and the large population in North ...
Health beliefs of Sudanese refugees
Many people of Sudan have been granted political asylum in the United States since 1990 (Frelick & Hamilton). As the numbers of incoming refugees increased every year, an assessment of Sudanese health beliefs was imperative ...
Social and contextual (dis)advantages: The intersection of four risk factors on perceived risk for HIV transmission among African American women living in the Southern United States
Using the Health Belief Model and Cultural Ecology as a framework, this study sought to analyze HIV risk perceptions and reported sexual behaviors among African American women to inform prevention interventions to reduce ...