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The Healthy Lifestyle Change Program: a pilot of a community-based health promotion intervention for adults with developmental disabilities.
BACKGROUND Although adults with developmental disabilities are at high risk for obesity and its sequelae, few community-based lifestyle interventions targeting those with developmental disabilitiesExpand
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Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) for Parents and Caregivers of Individuals with Developmental Disabilities: A Community-Based Approach
Stress among parents and other primary caregivers of children with developmental disabilities is pervasive and linked to lower quality of life, unhealthy family functioning, and negativeExpand
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Early initiation of breast-feeding in Ghana: barriers and facilitators
To explore why women in Ghana initiate breast-feeding early or late, who gives advice about initiation and what foods or fluids are given to babies when breast-feeding initiation is late. QualitativeExpand
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Off-label prescribing to children in the United States outpatient setting.
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to determine the frequency of off-label prescribing to children at United States outpatient visits and to determine how drug class, patient age, and physicianExpand
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Vaccine-related beliefs and practices of parents of children with autism spectrum disorders.
Although the assertion of a link between vaccines and autism has been scientifically rejected, the theory continues to be popular and may influence the attitudes of parents of children with autismExpand
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Peer-mentored preparedness (PM-Prep): a new disaster preparedness program for adults living independently in the community.
The authors studied a health promotion program called PM-Prep (Peer-Mentored Prep), which was designed to improve disaster preparedness among adults living independently in the community. PM-PrepExpand
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Thank you to our reviewers
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