Addressing the Caregiving Crisis

@article{Carter2008AddressingTC,
  title={Addressing the Caregiving Crisis},
  author={Rosalynn Carter},
  journal={Preventing Chronic Disease},
  year={2008},
  volume={5},
  pages={889 - 895}
}
Introduction Older men are at increased risk for prostate cancer. As seniors turn to the Internet for cancer information, it is important that the resources they locate about lifestyle behaviors and screening are culturally appropriate and easy to understand. This study was a comprehensive analysis of prostate cancer risk as portrayed on the Internet with assessment of content readability and cultural sensitivity. Methods We selected Web sites about prostate cancer risk and prevention by… CONTINUE READING

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