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Self-reported physical activity levels among women over age 40 in a suburban community
The purpose of this study was to determine the self-reported physical activity levels of women over the age of 40 years residing in a suburban community. This research utilized a cross-sectional design to investigate the ...
Use of a theoretical framework to understand factors that influence participation in mammography screening among Korean women
he purpose of this study was to explore whether the method combining of the Health Belief Model (HBM) and the Theory of Reasoned Action (TRA) explains adequately women's mammography utilization behavior for early detection ...
An assessment of attitudes and experiences with intimate partner abuse among Latina women in North Texas
Using the grounded theory method, a substantive theory of Latina intimate partner abuse was developed. Latina women above the age of 18, who by self-report were survivors of intimate partner abuse, were recruited via flyers ...
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 ...
The relationships among endogenous cortisol, subjective stress, and bone mineral density in non-elderly women
The study was conducted to determine the relationships among endogenous cortisol (determined by salivary cortisol), subjective (perceived) stress and BMD in non-elderly women. A sample of 38 women between the ages of 30 ...