Understanding the associations between information sources, sociodemographics, and views on public health measures: evidence from the COVID-19 pandemic in Austria
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by Peter Gamillscheg, Susanne Mayer, Monika Pietrzak-Franger, Carina Hilmar, Alina Lange, Judit Simon and Agata Łaszewska
2d ago
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, it was a key priority for governments globally to ensure agreement with, and subsequently adherence to, imposed public health measures, specifically non-pharmaceutical interve ..read more
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Using the International Alcohol Control (IAC) policy index to assess effects of legislative change in Aotearoa New Zealand
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by Sally Casswell, Steve Randerson, Karl Parker and Taisia Huckle
2d ago
The IAC Policy Index was developed to allow comparison in alcohol policy between countries and within countries over time including in low resource settings. It measures four effective alcohol policies and tak ..read more
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The role of gender in health insurance enrollment among geriatric caregivers: results from the 2022 informal caregiving, health, and healthcare survey in Ghana
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by Williams Agyemang-Duah, Michael Safo Oduro, Prince Peprah, Dina Adei and Jacob Oppong Nkansah
2d ago
Female informal caregivers of older adults experience a higher burden of physical and mental health problems compared to their male counterparts due to the greater intensity of care they provide. This is likel ..read more
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Collaboration in the return-to-work process after sick leave due to common mental disorders: a qualitative study of stakeholders’ views on goals and roles
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by Veronica Svärd, Zana Arapovic Johansson, Lisa Holmlund, Therese Hellman, Lydia Kwak and Elisabeth Björk Brämberg
2d ago
This study explores how the goals of collaboration in the return-to-work (RTW) process for people with common mental disorders are described by the stakeholders involved, and how they experience stakeholders ..read more
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Estimating the causal effects of income on health: how researchers’ definitions of “income” matter
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by Erik Igelström, Daniel Kopasker, Peter Craig, Jim Lewsey and Srinivasa Vittal Katikireddi
2d ago
There is a well-established cross-sectional association between income and health, but estimates of the causal effects of income vary substantially. Different definitions of income may lead to substantially di ..read more
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Movement behaviour typologies and their associations with adiposity indicators in children and adolescents: a latent profile analysis of 24-h compositional data
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by David Janda, Aleš Gába, Karel Hron, Lauren Arundell and Ana Maria Contardo Ayala
3d ago
Growing evidence supports the important role of 24-hour movement behaviours (MB) in preventing childhood obesity. However, research to understand the heterogeneity and variability of MB among individuals and w ..read more
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Correction to: BMC Public Health 21:408 & 21:2336
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by Hugo Rosado
3d ago
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Network development in workplace health promotion – empirically based insights from a cross-company network promoting physical activity in Germany
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by Madeleine Gernert, Gabriele Fohr and Andrea Schaller
3d ago
In the field of health promotion, interorganisational networks are of growing relevance. However, systematic and target-oriented network management is of utmost importance for network development. The aim of t ..read more
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Do sociodemographic risk profiles for adolescents engaging in weekly e-cigarette, cigarette, and dual product use differ?
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by Katelyn Battista, Karen A Patte, Terrance J Wade, Adam G. Cole, Tara Elton-Marshall, Kristen M Lucibello, William Pickett and Scott T Leatherdale
3d ago
E-cigarette use represents a contemporary mode of nicotine product use that may be changing the risk profile of participating adolescents. Understanding differences in sociodemographic characteristics of adole ..read more
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Unraveling agricultural water pollution despite an ecological policy in the Ayeyarwady Basin
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by Lazarus Obed Livingstone Banda, Chigonjetso Victoria Banda, Jane Thokozani Banda, Eretia Mwaene, George N. Chidimbah Munthali, Thin Thin Hlaing and Blessings Chiwosi
3d ago
The Ayeyarwady Basin in Myanmar, a critical economic zone, faces severe ecological degradation due to unsustainable agricultural practices. These practices pose significant threats to human health and marine b ..read more
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