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Weight gain is common during the college years and is referred to as the “freshman 15,” meaning that generally freshmen gain 15 pounds during their first year of college. Young adults commonly participate in unhealthy behaviors, particularly making poor nutritional choices. Self-efficacy...
Wildfires produce enormous quantities of finely sized air pollution. Exposure to wildfire smoke is associated with increased incidence of cardio-respiratory health effects, especially in children, persons with chronic disease, and the elderly. This article discusses exposure to particle air...
Economic evaluation provides useful tools for structuring tradeoffs to be made when making decisions about using resources for health care-related expenditures. Many organizations have offered recommendations on how to perform these. Articles that report on the results of analyses following the...
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