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Breast cancer is the leading women's cancer worldwide. However, there are geographical considerable differences with high rates of disease in North America and North Europe and relatively low rates in Africa and Asia. This article reviews the effects of reproductive factors on risk of breast cancer: early menarche, nulliparity or late age at first birth,(More)
OBJECTIVES To determine factors related to breastfeeding and its perceived health benefits among Iranian mothers. METHODS A cross-sectional study was performed using 240 postpartum women who were selected randomly from eight public health care centers in Hamadan, Iran, in 2012. Mothers who breastfed (BF) and mothers who never breastfed (NBF) were given a(More)
BACKGROUND Despite the importance of social organizational factors in career advancement and promotion among academic employees, still some academic employees suffer from low career advancement and consequently low academic performance. Aim of this study was to examine the mediation effect of self-efficacy on relationship between mentoring and career(More)
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