The healthcare of immigrants is an important aspect of equity of care provision.
Author Archives: BMC Public Health
Physical activity (PA) has been shown to decline during adolescence, and those with lower education have lower levels of activity already at this age, calling for targeted efforts for them.
National mortality statistics should be comparable between countries that use the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Diseases.
Engaging people with drug use experience, or ‘peers,’ in decision-making helps to ensure harm reduction services reflect current need.
Alcohol-related harm is a major global health issue, and controls on alcohol marketing are one intervention utilized by governments.
Improving knowledge about influenza transmission is crucial to upgrade surveillance network and to develop accurate predicting models to enhance public health intervention strategies.
Nationwide surveys have shown a threefold increase in general practitioner (GP) consultations for tick bites and early Lyme borreliosis from 1994 to 2009 in the Netherlands.
Adult vaccination rates in the United States are well below recommendations with disparities in race, ethnicity, and education level resulting in even lower rates for these populations.
Nigeria has the highest population in sub-Saharan Africa with high birth and growth rates.
The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness and cost-efficiency of a tailored message intervention compared with a non-tailored message intervention for increasing colorectal cancer (CRC) screen…
To evaluate the association between maternal and paternal smoking during pregnancy, and asthma among offspring.
Lack of physical activity (PA) is a growing public health concern.
A “diet high in sodium” is the second most important dietary risk factor for health loss identified in the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013.