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Mehrnoosh Soori, MSc, PhD1; Elizabeth A. Platz, ScD, MPH1,2; Norma Kanarek, PhD, MPH2,3 (View author affiliations) Suggested citation for this article: Soori M, Platz EA, Kanarek N. Inclusion of Evidence-Based Breast Cancer Control Recommendations and Guidelines in State Comprehensive Cancer Control Plans. Prev Chronic Dis 2020;17:200046. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd17.200046external icon. PEER REVIEWED What is already known
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Boon Peng Ng, PhD1,2; Jacqueline B. LaManna, PhD, APRN, ANP-BC, BC-ADM, CDCES1; Samuel D. Towne Jr, PhD2,3,4,5,6; Brian C. Peach, PhD, RN, CCRN1; Qing He, MSc7; Chanhyun Park, PhD8 (View author affiliations) Suggested citation for this article: Ng BP, LaManna JB, Towne SD Jr, Peach BC, He Q, Park C. Factors Associated With Avoiding Health
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Jordan A. Carlson, PhD1; Chelsea Steel, MPH1; Carolina M. Bejarano, MA1,2; Marshall T. Beauchamp, MS3; Ann M. Davis, PhD, MPH4; James F. Sallis, PhD5,6; Jon Kerner, PhD7; Ross Brownson, PhD8,9; Sara Zimmerman, JD10 (View author affiliations) Suggested citation for this article: Carlson JA, Steel C, Bejarano CM, Beauchamp MT, Davis AM, Sallis JF, et al.
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Margarita Triguero-Mas, PhD1,2,3,4; Isabelle Anguelovski, PhD1,2,3,4,5; Judith Cirac-Claveras, MSc1,2,3,4; James Connolly, PhD1,2,3,4; Ana Vazquez, BSc1; Ferran Urgell-Plaza, MSc6; Núria Cardona-Giralt, BSc6; Esther Sanyé-Mengual, PhD7; Jordi Alonso, PhD3,8,9; Helen Cole, DrPH1,2,3,4 (View author affiliations) Suggested citation for this article: Triguero-Mas M, Anguelovski I, Cirac-Claveras J, Connolly J, Vazquez A, Urgell-Plaza F, et al. Quality of Life
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Craig N. Sawchuk, PhD1; Joan Russo, PhD2; Gary Ferguson, ND3; Jennifer Williamson4; Janice A. Sabin, PhD5; Jack Goldberg, PhD6; Odile Madesclaire, MPH7; Olivia E. Bogucki, PhD1; Dedra Buchwald, MD7 (View author affiliations) Suggested citation for this article: Sawchuk CN, Russo J, Ferguson G, Williamson J, Sabin JA, Goldberg J, et al. Health Promotion Programs and
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From looking at cold statistics, it seems the Trump-Biden race in 2020 is where the Trump-Hillary race was in mid-October 2016. Hillary had an approximately 10 point advantage in national polls; Biden has an 11 point lead in several national polls. MAGA Source: Visuals/Unsplash Democrats are rightly nervous and running scared, not taking anything for granted
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The Covid-19 pandemic has altered daily life in countless ways, with potentially dire implications for well-being. From struggles with finding childcare or learning to work from home, to the toll taken on one’s health by social isolation, or on one’s finances by unemployment, the effects have been profound, and their combinations across individuals and institutions
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Many of the autistic women I work with reject stereotypical gendered roles, a finding backed up by research. The issues that women with autism experience with regard to gender range from a loss of identity when attempting to identify with roles such as “wife” or “girlfriend”1 to experiencing gender dysphoria (not identifying with assigned-at-birth gender).2 People with autism
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Collaboration is the latest revolution sweeping across the workplace. It is called by many names, some newfangled: Interdependency Lateral cooperation Self-managed project teams Cross-functional coordination Dotted-line reporting Matrixed management Of course, collaboration itself is not revolutionary. Collaboration is as old as human civilization. As long as people have been working together, it has always made
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Making Space for Religious Single People Source: Polina Sirotina from Pexels Allison (not her real name) grew up in a religiously Christian community. She was raised by the Church and the values it holds dear. As she got older and her friends began to settle down, she found herself in a precarious position. Anytime she would
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A ladybug, hugging a tree shoot. Source: Twitter (a public post) What good is a forest? Not much, according to economists at the World Bank, unless it is cut down and made into lumber. Of course, even the most aggressive profit chasers have long since learned that deforestation, strip-mining, fracking, and other environment-killing practices can
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Matthew S. Davids, MD, MMSc, discusses the current treatment landscape for patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia beyond chemoimmunotherapy. Matthew S. Davids, MD, MMSc, director of clinical research in the Lymphoma Program and a medical oncologist at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, as well as an assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, discusses the current treatment landscape for patients with chronic
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