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Exploring the relationship between health concerns and high-risk behaviours in Medical Sciences' students.
Arabi-Mianrood H, Hamzehgardeshi Z, Jahanfar S, Moosazadeh M, Khoori E, Shahhosseini Z. Arabi-Mianrood H, et al. Nurs Open. 2020 Aug 20;7(6):2009-2018. doi: 10.1002/nop2.596. eCollection 2020 Nov. Nurs Open. 2020. PMID: 33072386 Free PMC article.
RESULTS: The most and less common high-risk behaviour was physical inactivity (97.5%) and high-risk sexual behaviour (15.7%), respectively. ...
RESULTS: The most and less common high-risk behaviour was physical inactivity (97.5%) and high-risk sexual behaviour (15.7%), respect …
Physical inactivity and its impact on healthcare utilization.
Sari N. Sari N. Health Econ. 2009 Aug;18(8):885-901. doi: 10.1002/hec.1408. Health Econ. 2009. PMID: 18792089
In this paper, excess utilization of healthcare services due to physical inactivity is examined using count data models and the Canadian Community Health Survey. ...The results suggest that physical inactivity increases hospital stays, and use of physician and nurse …
In this paper, excess utilization of healthcare services due to physical inactivity is examined using count data models and the Canad …