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Prevalence and socio-economic distribution of eating, physical activity and sedentary behaviour among South Australian children in urban and rural communities: baseline findings from the OPAL…
OBJECTIVE To identify current prevalence and sociodemographic distribution of adherence to national diet and physical activity and sedentary behaviour guidelines among Australian primary school… Expand
Economic Insight from Utah’s Water Efficiency Supply Curve
Across the western US, growing populations and urbanization along with environmental demands and a changing climate have strained water allocation mechanisms originally designed to provide water to… Expand
Partnerships in obesity prevention: maximising co‐benefits
Issue addressed Partnerships were used to increase healthy eating and active living in children for the Obesity Prevention and Lifestyle (OPAL) program, a systems-wide, community-based childhood… Expand
S-equol: a potential nonhormonal agent for menopause-related symptom relief.
Many women suffering from vasomotor symptoms (VMS) are now seeking nonpharmaceutical treatments for symptom relief. Recently, S-equol, an intestinal bacterial metabolite of the soybean isoflavone… Expand
Working at the interface in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health: focussing on the individual health professional and their organisation as a means to address health equity
- A. Wilson, J. Kelly, A. Magarey, M. Jones, T. Mackean
- International Journal for Equity in Health
- 17 November 2016
BackgroundAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people experience inequity in health outcomes in Australia. Health care interactions are an important starting place to seek to address this inequity.… Expand
Assessing change in perceived community leadership readiness in the Obesity Prevention and Lifestyle program.
- I. Kostadinov, M. Daniel, M. Jones, M. Cargo
- Health promotion journal of Australia : official…
- 1 December 2016
Issue addressed The context of community-based childhood obesity prevention programs can influence the effects of these intervention programs. Leadership readiness for community mobilisation for… Expand
Fat as Productive: Enactments of Fat in an Australian Suburb
- T. Zivkovic, M. Warin, V. Moore, P. Ward, M. Jones
- Sociology, Medicine
- Medical anthropology
- 9 March 2018
ABSTRACT By foregrounding positive and productive capacities of fat, we explore experiences of expanding, maintaining, or diminishing body sizes to accommodate the different meanings and enactments… Expand
Expected Net Benefit of Vaccinating Rangeland Sheep against Bluetongue Virus Using a Modified-Live versus Killed Virus Vaccine
- Tristram R. Munsick, Dannele Peck, J. Ritten, R. Jones, M. Jones, M. Miller
- Biology, Medicine
- Front. Vet. Sci.
- 11 October 2017
Recurring outbreaks of bluetongue virus in domestic sheep of the US Intermountain West have prompted questions about the economic benefits and costs of vaccinating individual flocks against… Expand
Making healthcare 'patient-centered': the centerpiece of quality improvement.
The North Carolina Institute of Medicine should be commended for its timely recognition of the issues relating to medical manpower.
- Michelle F Jones
- North Carolina medical journal