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A place to be: the role of clubhouses in facilitating social support.
OBJECTIVE Intentional recovery communities, such as clubhouse programs, aim to foster social connections among individuals at risk for isolation as a result of living with a serious mental illness toExpand
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Exploring the role of the partner in couples’ sexual recovery after surgery for prostate cancer
BackgroundProstate cancer survivors’ post-surgery sexual problems are well documented and long lasting. Partners’ distress in this context leads to psychological morbidity which is poorly understood.Expand
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What couples say about their recovery of sexual intimacy after prostatectomy: toward the development of a conceptual model of couples' sexual recovery after surgery for prostate cancer.
INTRODUCTION Interventions designed to help couples recover sexual intimacy after prostatectomy have not been guided by a comprehensive conceptual model. AIM We examined a proposed biopsychosocialExpand
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Miscarriage at advanced maternal age and the search for meaning
ABSTRACT Although it has been documented that miscarriage is a common pregnancy outcome and more likely to happen among women aged 35 years and older, there is very little research on the quality ofExpand
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The longitudinal effects of cancer treatment on sexuality in individuals with lung cancer.
PURPOSE/OBJECTIVES To examine changes in sexual functioning during treatment for lung cancer and the extent to which age, gender, social support, and mood status affect sexual dysfunction. DESIGNExpand
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The Relationship between Body Mass Index and Adolescent Well-Being
Abstract Background: The substantial increase in youth obesity during the last two decades may have serious biological as well as behavioral/mental health consequences. Purpose: The purpose of thisExpand
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Explorations in Privilege, Oppression, and Diversity
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Comparison of new clinical and scintigraphic algorithms for the diagnosis of pulmonary embolism.
Since the publication of the modified Prospective Investigation of Pulmonary Embolism Diagnosis (PIOPED) criteria for the diagnosis of pulmonary embolism (PE), new clinical and scintigraphicExpand
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Maternal psychological absence and toddlers' social-emotional development: interpretations from the perspective of boundary ambiguity theory.
The current study tests a novel latent construct reflecting psychological absence and examines its relations with maternal depression, mother-toddler interactions, and toddlers' social-emotionalExpand
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African American Women's Perceptions on Access to Food and Water in Flint, Michigan
Objective: To explore the perceptions of food access by African American women in Flint, MI. Methods: Using womanist theory, in which African American women's experiential knowledge centered theExpand
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