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Social media use associated with disordered eating among young adolescents

Social media use associated with disordered eating among young adolescents
December 5, 2019
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High-intensity interval training safe, effective for older adults

December 5, 2019
PHILADELPHIA — Compared with moderate-intensity continuous training and controls who received advice based on national physical fitness standards in Norway, 5…
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California law cracking down on vaccine exemptions may have modest results

December 4, 2019
Despite a 2015 law banning personal belief vaccine exemptions for children entering California schools, the rate of exemptions is expected to decrease only slightly in…
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Global report shows again that progress against malaria has slowed

December 4, 2019
Many low-burden countries are on their way to eliminating malaria, but progress has slowed in recent years and there has been no improvement in the rate of infections in…
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Validating Health Literacy and Numeracy Measures in Minority Groups

HLRP: Health Literacy Research and Practice, Spring 2017, Volume 1 Issue 2
Validation studies of existing health literacy or numeracy tools among racial/ethnic minorities are limited. This study…
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The Stoplight Method: A Qualitative Approach for Health Literacy Research

HLRP: Health Literacy Research and Practice, Spring 2017, Volume 1 Issue 2
The Stoplight Feedback Toolkit was developed to engage patients with low health literacy in qualitative research, to…
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