Background: While recent lifestyle studies have explored the role that food, alcohol or physical activity have on health and wellbeing, few have explored the interplay between these behaviours and the impact this has on a healthy lifestyle.
Author Archives: BMC Public Health
Background: Self-management support interventions can improve health outcomes, but their impact is limited by the numbers of people able or willing to access them.
Background: Up to half of all new HIV cases in Los Angeles may be caused by the 20-30% of men who have sex with men (MSM) with unrecognized HIV infection.
Background: Research indicates that one third of smokers have low motivation to stop smoking.
Background: Regular HIV testing is vital for timely linkage to the HIV care continuum and ensuring the success of behavioral and biomedical interventions to prevent HIV acquisition.
Background: Limited evidence exists about the role of education and own educational mobility on body weight trajectory.
Background: Educational inequalities in total mortality in Norway have widened during 1960-2000.
Background: Health literacy (HL) is seen as an increasingly relevant issue for global public health and requires a reliable and comprehensive operationalization.
Background: Young people in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are profoundly affected by violence, high unemployment, and economic hardship.
Background: In developing countries where access to water and food is not guaranteed, women may have to travel long distances or engage in intense physical activities to gather food.
Background: Understanding of chronic sequelae development after Campylobacter infection is limited.
Background: The use of cannabis and other illegal drugs is particularly prevalent in male young adults and is associated with severe health problems.
Background: Microgrants are a mechanism for providing funding to community organizations or groups to support health initiatives.
Background: Widely varying crash circumstances have been reported for bicycling injuries, likely because of differing bicycling populations and environments.