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The association between self-reported mental health symptomology and complementary and alternative medicine use among U.S. women
Within the United States, the use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) has increased over the past three decades. Review of CAM literature research suggests that people with mental health disorders are heavily ...
Breast cancer screening beliefs and barriers among college-aged women
The purpose of this research study was to examine breast cancer screening behavior and knowledge among college women attending a north Texas university, with particular emphasis on disparities between Caucasian and African ...
Examining psychosocial factors and intent to use prep as an HIV prevention strategy among African American women in the southern United States
HIV/AIDS rates continue to be worst among African Americans (AA) compared to other racial and ethnic groups. In particular, African American women are more impacted than any other group. The primary mode of transmission ...
Factors predictive of health care provider mistreatment of mothers during childbirth in a county of Kenya
The infant and maternal mortality rates continue to be a concerning factor in Kenya. The challenges of proper quality care, sufficient health care personnel, distance to the health care centers and shortages of supplies ...