Nishesh Chalise

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INTRODUCTION Information on the relationship between diabetes prevalence and built environment attributes could allow public health programs to better target populations at risk for diabetes. This study sought to determine the spatial prevalence of diabetes in the United States and how this distribution is associated with the geography of common diabetes(More)
BACKGROUND More than 3 billion of the world's population are affected by household air pollution from relying on unprocessed solid fuels for heating and cooking. Household air pollution is harmful to human health, climate, and environment. Sustained uptake and use of cleaner cooking technologies and fuels are proposed as solutions to this problem. In this(More)
Mental illness is a major social problem. In the United States, the vast majority of mental health services and supports are provided through nonprofit organizations. Recent changes in the field of mental health such as the implementation of evidence-based practices, funding cuts, and statewide policy initiatives such as transformation have increased(More)
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