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Abstract Background Process of change (POC) is a construct of the transtheoretical model that proposes to promote healthy behaviors. Purpose African Americans participate in colorectal cancer (CRC) screening less often than whites, while disease onset is younger, and incidence and mortality from...
Abstract Background There have been few studies of tailored interventions to promote colorectal cancer (CRC) screening. Purpose We conducted a randomized trial of a tailored, interactive intervention to increase CRC screening. Methods Patients 50–70 years completed a baseline survey, were...
Abstract Background Research suggests individuals with diabetes are twice as likely as those without diabetes to be clinically depressed. Still unknown is the relationship between diabetes and depression in socioeconomically disadvantaged populations. Purpose We examined the relationship between...
Abstract Background Culturally appropriate interventions are needed to assist Latinas in making multiple healthful lifestyle changes. Purpose The purpose of this study was to test a cultural adaptation of a successful multiple health behavior change program, ¡Viva Bien! Methods Random assignment...
Abstract Background Chinese immigrants experience increased risk for weight gain and chronic disease after US migration. Whether psychosocial stress affects their eating behavior is unknown. Purpose The purpose of this study is to examine psychosocial stress and dietary intake among 426 Chinese...
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