Rita Lakhani,M.Sc Nursing,Reader/ Associate Professor, Fortis Institute of Nursing, Bangalore, India
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A descriptive study on the habit of consumption of junk food amongst urban adolescence in selected colleges of Mumbai.
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The intensity of pain experienced by respondents given intramuscular (IM) injection with/without skin tapping technique Lakhani, Rita; Chacko, Mini; Ghatge, Shimon; Jadhav, Sharmila; M.K., Soumya; Patkar, Supriya; Patil, Vinod (2/14/2014)A study to evaluate the intensity of pain experienced by respondents given intramuscular (IM) injection with/without skin tapping technique in a selected hospital in Mumbai.
Jenkins, Sandra KayThe aim of this exploratory qualitative study is to identify the problems African American adolescent girls face in making eating choices and to learn how they make decisions about eating. Differences related to culture ...
Diet, encoded memory, visual cues, obesity, and neuroimaging: The role of affective response in eating behavior Long, JoAnn D.; Anyanwu, Ngozi; Boswell, Carol; Dodd, Sara L.; Rogers, Toby; Binks, Martin (2014-11-17)Session presented on Friday, July 25, 2014: Purpose: According to the World Health Organization, 35.8 million people are obese world-wide. The obesogenic factors contributing to this global problem are thought to reflect ...
Sawdy, RuthShift work is a necessary part of a nurses’ work schedule to patients who need 24 hours of continuous care. Eating habits of nurses are influenced by working long hours, not having adequate time to take a meal break, ...
Effects of an eating habit modification intervention in female college students with menstrual pain Park, SoMi; Chung, ChaeWeonEnvironmental factors affect the epidemiological patterns of diseases, and particularly threaten the reproductive health of young women. In this study, an eating habit modification intervention was found to be effective ...