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H.U.B city steps: methods and early findings from a community-based participatory research trial to reduce blood pressure among african americans
BackgroundCommunity-based participatory research (CBPR) has been recognized as an important approach to develop and execute health interventions among marginalized populations, and a key strategy toExpand
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Perceptions of factors influencing healthful food consumption behavior in the Lower Mississippi Delta: focus group findings.
OBJECTIVE To identify perceptions of Lower Mississippi Delta (LMD) residents regarding factors that influence a change in healthful food consumption behavior to assist in planning sustainableExpand
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Theory of Planned Behavior and Multivitamin Supplement Use in Caucasian College Females
The objective of this study was to identify predictors of the use of multivitamin supplements (MVS) among Caucasian college females utilizing the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB). Variables of theExpand
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Predictors of multivitamin supplement use among African-American female students: a prospective study utilizing the theory of planned behavior.
BACKGROUND Public health officials recommend that women capable of becoming pregnant use folic acid-containing supplements (FAS) to prevent neural tube defects (NTD) in their newborn infants.Expand
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Are new meal distribution systems worth the effort for improving patient satisfaction with foodservice?
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Examining the diet of post-migrant Hispanic males using the precede-proceed model: predisposing, reinforcing, and enabling dietary factors.
OBJECTIVE To examine socio-environmental, behavioral, and predisposing, reinforcing, and enabling (PRE) factors contributing to post-migration dietary behavior change among a sample of traditionalExpand
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Environmental perceptions and objective walking trail audits inform a community-based participatory research walking intervention
BackgroundGiven the documented physical activity disparities that exist among low-income minority communities and the increased focused on socio-ecological approaches to address physical inactivity,Expand
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Using Mixed Methods to Measure the Perception of Community Capacity in an Academic–Community Partnership for a Walking Intervention
H.U.B. City Steps is a 5-year community-based participatory research walking intervention designed to help lower blood pressure in a majority African American population in southern Mississippi viaExpand
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HUB city steps: a 6-month lifestyle intervention improves blood pressure among a primarily African-American community.
The effectiveness of community-based participatory research (CBPR) efforts to address the disproportionate burden of hypertension among African Americans remains largely untested. The objective ofExpand
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