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Objectives This study classified patterns of discontinuous health insurance coverage, including change in coverage type and gaps in coverage, and described their associations with children’s access to health care. Methods Using the 2011–2013 National Health Interview Survey data, we determined...
Introduction Unmarried fathers in the U.S. face barriers to establishing a relationship with their newborn children that married fathers do not confront. Our study was implemented to determine how systems and services could be modified to better support the engagement of unmarried fathers....
Objectives Regular engagement in physical activity (PA) has numerous health benefits in young children. Young children’s parents can influence their children’s PA behavior through different PA-related parenting practices. This cross-sectional study examined the independent contributions of...
Objectives Women with a BMI ≥ 30 kg/m2 are less likely to initiate and maintain breastfeeding compared to women with a BMI ≤ 30 kg/m2. Reasons for this disparity are not understood. Therefore, this qualitative interview study aimed to learn from women with a BMI ≥ 30 kg/m2 who have breastfed....
Objectives We aimed to examine the extent to which health plan expenditures for infertility services differed by whether women resided in states with mandates requiring coverage of such services and by whether coverage was provided through a self-insured plan subject to state mandates versus...
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Purpose Describe the development of an innovative teaching activity that applies organizational health literacy to maternal and child health (MCH). Description Health literacy is a strong predictor of health behavior and outcomes. While the study of health literacy has traditionally been...
Introduction Obesity rates among US Hispanic women and children are high. Childhood obesity prevention beginning prenatally is desirable, but studies show mixed results. Methods We tested a pilot intervention to promote optimal gestational and infant weight with primigravid Hispanic women at a...
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