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International Journal of Health Promotion and Education
Research Hotspot & Journal Scope - mothers


International Journal of Health Promotion and Education - DOI: 10.1080/14635240.2018.1549959
Effect of an empowerment program on the caring behaviors of mothers with preterm infants: the health belief model approach

Roghayeh Ghomi · Parvaneh Vasli · Meimanat Hosseini · Farzane Ahmadi ·

Psychology
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International Journal of Health Promotion and Education - DOI: 10.1080/14635240.2019.1701523
Palestinian mothers’ home-safety practices for preventing injuries to their young children: multiple case study approach

Intima Alrimawi · Maha Atout · Michael Craig Watson · Carol Hall · Mu’taz M. Dreidi ·

Psychology
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Despite contrary understandings, there remains a dominant societal framing that parents – in particular low-income mothers – are solely responsible for the status of their children’s health and wellbeing.

The vulnerable-empowered mother of academic food discourses: a qualitative meta-synthesis of studies of low-income mothers and food provisioning [10.1080/14461242.2019.1578984]


05), except for TBOEP, for which the median concentrations in Hispanic mothers (0.

Organophosphorus Flame Retardants and Plasticizers in Breast Milk from the United States. [10.1021/ACS.ESTLETT.9B00394]


The Mama Kwanza Socioeconomic Health Initiative, a Canadian-Tanzanian partnership delivering healthcare at clinics in this region, gathered perceptions of mothers regarding breastfeeding and infant nutrition in order to inform culturally sensitive, realistic, and effective health promotion efforts.

Maternal perceptions of breastfeeding and infant nutrition among a select group of Maasai women [10.1186/s12884-018-2165-7]


Total IgE ≥ 10 UA/ml was seen in 26 (84%) infants whose mothers were given propolis, which was not significantly different from the 19 (86%) given placebo (P=0.

Efficacy of Brazilian Propolis Supplementation for Japanese Lactating Women for Atopic Sensitization and Nonspecific Symptoms in Their Offspring: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial [10.1155/2019/8647205]


It takes into account the births by demographic cohorts, native-born mothers versus foreign-born mothers living in the U.

Transformative Diversity Changes in U.S. Demographics: Recognizing the Cultural Implications in Higher Education [10.18260/1-2--33459]



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