Implications of increased knowledge in reducing the risk of cancer mortality in Indonesia
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To err is human; to be perfect is AI: embracing mistakes as a catalyst for human formation development
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Abstract In a culture overwhelmed by the quest for perfection, thereby committing acts like intellectual dishonesty, erring is left to be a valuable human experience. Recent articles in the Oxford Journal of Public Health explore the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) technology on human relationships in different settings. It is crucial to acknowledge the potential benefits of AI while also being mindful of its possible misuse. As AI technology becomes more integrated into our daily lives, pursuing perfection propels its advancement. However, using AI technology to pursue perfection may a ..read more
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Identifying the public health needs of a UK probation cohort: a cross-sectional analysis
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Abstract Background The health needs of those under probation are likely high, but they have received very little public health attention. Limited evidence exists on the public health needs and interventions to support this cohort. Methods Surveys were completed by 257 people on probation as part of a local health needs assessment. Results were compared with the general population responses from the National Survey for Wales (2021–22). Results People on probation were 4.2 times more likely to self-report not-good general health (fair, bad or very bad) than the general population (adjusted Odds ..read more
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Playing with grandchildren; improve the mental health of grandparents
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Burden, trend and determinants of various forms of domestic violence among reproductive age-group women in India: findings from nationally representative surveys
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Abstract Background Violence, a notable human rights concern, has a public health impact across the globe. The study aimed to determine the prevalence and determinants of domestic violence among ever-married women aged 18–49 years in India. Methods Secondary data analysis with National Family Health Survey 5, 2019–21 data (NFHS-5) was conducted. The complex sampling design of the survey was accounted-for during analysis. The primary outcome was domestic violence. Prevalence was reported with 95% confidence interval (CI). Prevalence ratio was reported to provide the factors associated with ..read more
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What a wonderful world? The downside of the metaverse phenomenon
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Cyber sexual harassment against women and impact on health. A cross-sectional study in a representative population sample
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Abstract Background This study focuses on the frequency of cyber sexual harassment (CSH) and examines its link with five health impact indicators (self-perceived health, medication, suicidal ideation, suicide attempts and use of health services). Methods Analyzing the data provided by the 2019 Macro-survey on violence against women in Spain, two items of which refer to CSH. It was conducted in Spain on a representative sample of 9568 women aged over 16 years old. Results A total of 9.15% of the women surveyed had experienced CSH at some point in their lives. Being under 25 years old ..read more
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Correction to: Making ends meet – relating a self-reported indicator of financial hardship to health status
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This is a correction to: Kate Homer and others, Making ends meet – relating a self-reported indicator of financial hardship to health status, Journal of Public Health, 2023, fdad161, https://doi.org/10.1093/pubmed/fdad161 ..read more
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When the smoke is going down! The Philippines’ effective smoking-control campaign
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Leave no one behind–public health challenges for 2024
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