Lifestyle Medicine

@inproceedings{Mechanick2016LifestyleM,
  title={Lifestyle Medicine},
  author={J. Mechanick and Robert F. Kushner},
  booktitle={Springer International Publishing},
  year={2016}
}
Adaptation and Psychometric Validation of the EMPOWER-SUSTAIN Usability Questionnaire (E-SUQ) among Patients with Metabolic Syndrome in Primary Care
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The E-SUQ is shown to be valid, reliable and stable to measure the usability of a self-management booklet among patients with MetS in a university primary care clinic in Malaysia. Expand
Improvement on Biometrics in Individuals Undergoing a 10 and 21-Day Lifestyle Intervention in a Lifestyle Medicine Clinic in Mexico
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The present study confirms that short-term lifestyle interventions effectively reduce the risk factors associated with NCD’s. Expand
Knowledge and Attitudes of Lifestyle Medicine-Based Care in a Military Community.
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Despite an overall low level of awareness of lifestyle medicine, most respondents expressed interest in a lifestyle medicine approach to health care, with food/nutrition and sleep ranked as the most important domains. Expand
Lifestyle Medicine and Economics: A Proposal for Research Priorities Informed by a Case Series of Disease Reversal
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Proof of concept is demonstrated by detailing four cases that utilized an intensive, therapeutic lifestyle intervention change (ITLC) to dramatically reverse disease and reduce healthcare costs. Expand
Lifestyle habits of adults during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown in Cyprus: evidence from a cross-sectional study
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Evidence from this study supports development of holistic lifestyle interventions during and following the pandemic to reduce short and long-term NCD risks by building on lifestyle behaviour strengths and addressing longstanding and emerging gaps and needs. Expand
The Management of Extrapulmonary Comorbidities and Treatable Traits; Obesity, Physical Inactivity, Anxiety, and Depression, in Adults With Asthma
Asthma is a complex and heterogenous disease characterized by variability in disease expression and severity. Multiple extrapulmonary comorbidities and treatable traits are common in people withExpand
A nationwide assessment of lifestyle medicine counseling: knowledge, attitudes, and confidence of Israeli senior family medicine residents
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Residents’ positive personal health behaviors correlated with a higher level of confidence to provide LM counseling, and dedicated LM training and resident’s personal health promotion should become a higher priority. Expand
Evaluation of Health Professional Training on a Large-Scale Implementation of Chronic Care Model in Primary Care Settings of a Middle-Income Country
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Policymakers might find the training approach promising in context with extensive universal healthcare coverage and relatively strong healthcare infrastructure like Thailand and further studies are needed to ascertain the effectiveness of the training using patient assessment and outcomes as indicators. Expand
Lifestyle Medicine in Australia: A Potted History—So Far
Lifestyle medicine commenced in Australia in response to the rise in chronic diseases following the epidemiological transition that began in the 1980s. Today, it is flourishing with an annualExpand
Lifestyle and biological factors influence the relationship between mental health and low-grade inflammation
Mental health modulates the risk of common chronic conditions. Although inflammation is thought to partly explain this link, its relation with mental health is still unclear and largely unexplored.Expand
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