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Knowledge of emergency contraception (EC), attitudes toward EC, attitudes toward pregnancy, and intended EC use in collegiate female health-seekers
Over-the-counter access to EC has the potential to greatly decrease the number of unintended pregnancies and abortions for collegiate females, a high-risk demographic, yet EC is greatly underutilized by this population. ...
Influence of parents and friends on overweight and normal-weight children's and adolescents' food choices
Although most eating occurs in a social context, little is known about the developmental trajectory of the effects of social influences on children' and adolescents' eating behavior. In fact, the literature on the influence ...
Determining factors of the psychological health of primary caregivers caring for people with dementia: A comparison between Taiwan and the United States
Dementia is one of the most burdensome and expensive chronic diseases (Alzheimer's Association, 2003). The number of people with dementia is expected to double every 20 years worldwide (Ferri, et al., 2005). More than 70 ...