Flowers Or Flora?: Understanding The Effects Of Probiotics On Depression, 2019 Dominican University of California
Flowers Or Flora?: Understanding The Effects Of Probiotics On Depression, Nicole Collopy
Senior Theses and Capstone Projects
The human gut is populated with hundreds of types of bacteria and fungi. In North America, both intestinal and mood disorders are prevalent, presenting health problems that challenge health care professionals and patients alike. A scholarly literature review was conducted to explore this important relationship.
The investigation of the literature revealed that there is an association between gut health disorders and mood disorders, mainly anxiety and depression. This is due to bi-directionality between the brain-gut pathways, meaning that gastrointestinal health may have an effect on mental health and vice versa.
This connection between gut and mood can have substantial implications ...
Yoga And Autism: Students’ Perspectives On The Get Ready To Learn Yoga Program, 2019 Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
Yoga And Autism: Students’ Perspectives On The Get Ready To Learn Yoga Program, Lauren E. Milton, Selena Bantel, Kayelee Calmer, Marlee Friedman, Elizabeth Haley, Lauren Rubarts
The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy
Background: Yoga, a complementary health approach known for various therapeutic effects, is used with diverse populations, including students ASD. Limited evidence exists inclusive of the first-hand perspective of students with ASD who participate in yoga. The purpose of this study is to understand the perspective of students 10 and 14 years of age with ASD who participated in a portion of the GRTL yoga program as part of a physical education class.
Method: Using a qualitative design, this study examined the student perspective on the GRTL yoga program. A convenience sample of seven male participants between 10 and 14 years ...
Medical Marijuana Policy Reform Reaches Florida: A Scoping Review, 2019 Florida A&M University
Medical Marijuana Policy Reform Reaches Florida: A Scoping Review, Khadesia Howell, Alexandria Washington, Paula M. Williams, Arlesia L. Mathis, John S. Luque
Florida Public Health Review
Background: Florida became the first state in the U.S. South to legalize the use of medical marijuana to treat a variety of health conditions including chronic pain, epilepsy, and spasticity symptoms from multiple sclerosis. While there are over 200,000 medical marijuana patients in Florida, there remain financial, psychological, and insurance coverage barriers which reduce access for many patients. Purpose: This scoping review, with a focus on state health policy, first describes some clinical studies examining the therapeutic benefits of medical marijuana. Next, there is a discussion of the Florida regulatory environment and major legislation. Also, the review describes ...
Health Preferences And Culturally Appropriate Strategies To Reduce Bear Bile Demand In Northern Vietnam, Shannon Randolph, Laura Zhang, Lena Tran, Mai Nguyen, Kimberley Ha
Animal products, such as pangolin scales, rhinoceros horns, tiger bones, and bear bile have been used in East Asian traditional medicine (TM) for more than 2,000 years. However, markets for medicinal wildlife products have expanded dramatically in countries like China and Vietnam in recent decades where economic prosperity has enabled a larger proportion of the population to afford wildlife products (Olmedo et al. 2017). Related new farming and commercialization practices to meet growing international demand pose environmental and human health risks. Animal products also symbolize shared cultural and historical medical practices that are distinct from the dominant Western medical ...
Influence Of Gut Microbiome On Obesity In Western-Style Dietary Practices Versus Other Diets: A Systematic Review, 2019 California State University San Bernardino
Influence Of Gut Microbiome On Obesity In Western-Style Dietary Practices Versus Other Diets: A Systematic Review, Keely A. Niemeyer, Doris I. Buezo, Loren Landeros, Karina Corral
OSR Journal of Student Research
BACKGROUND: The human gut is home to a microbiome that has a complex relationship to human health. Like the human genome project, microbiome is catching the attention of researchers who seek new methods to combat obesity and negative health outcomes associated with it.
OBJECTIVES: This systematic review aims to distinguish the impact of a Western diet on gut health verses a plant-based diet.
DATA SOURCES: EBSCOHost library databases inclusive of CINAHL plus, ScienceDirect, and PubMed using keywords to better understand the correlation of dietary practices and microbiome balance.
STUDY ELIGIBILITY: Criteria that include diet, current research, and scholarly peer reviewed ...
Young, Kathleen Louise "Kay" (Fa 1327), 2019 Western Kentucky University
Young, Kathleen Louise "Kay" (Fa 1327), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
FA Finding Aids
Finding aid and full-text scan of paper (Click on “Additional Files” below) for Folklife Archives Project 1327. Student folk studies project titled “Ginseng: A Treasured Kentucky Herb That Goes to China” about the business of buying and selling ginseng in Grayson County, Kentucky and the growing and harvesting of ginseng in Simpson County, Kentucky. Photos include the growing stages of the ginseng plant, the harvesting process, and the informants.
Steenbergen, Joel (Fa 1325), 2019 Western Kentucky University
Steenbergen, Joel (Fa 1325), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
FA Finding Aids
Finding aid and full-text scan of paper (Click on “Additional Files” below) for Folklife Archives Project 1325. Student folk studies project titled “Ginseng: The Wonder of the World,” about the history and folklore of ginseng in the United States, its uses, the harvesting process and tools.
Implementing A Health Coach Into Your Healthcare Continuum, 2019 Otterbein University
Implementing A Health Coach Into Your Healthcare Continuum, Dalton Jarvis
Masters Theses/Capstone Projects
Presentation on Implementing a Health-coach into your Healthcare Continuum.
Obat Ambeien Berdarah Ibu Hamil, 2019 University of California, San Francisco
Obat Ambeien Berdarah Ibu Hamil, Arfa Herbal
Animal-Assisted Therapy And Oncology Hospice Patients, 2019 DePaul University
Animal-Assisted Therapy And Oncology Hospice Patients, Lauren Anderson
Grace Peterson Nursing Research Colloquium
Background: If there are more ways to induce comfort during hospice care, all options should be explored, which is why animal-assisted therapy (AAT) could be a viable, non-pharmacological option for oncology hospice patients.
Objectives: The aim of this research is to show that the use of AAT with oncology patients receiving hospice care will result in enhanced comfort and diminished pain. The purpose of this study is to determine the effects on pain for oncology hospice patients receiving AAT compared to oncology hospice patients who do not receive AAT.
Method: This study is performed as an integrative literature review, viewing ...
Francis, Jim (Fa 1316), 2019 Western Kentucky University
Francis, Jim (Fa 1316), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
FA Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Folklife Archives project 1316. [“Supernatural Legends from Hopkins County, Kentucky”] collected by Jim Francis for a folk studies class at Western Kentucky University. Titles include: "My Grandfather was a Fire-Drawer," "Haunted House of Carbondale," and "Raven Hill Cemetery.”
Daun Obat Wasir Berdarah, 2019 University of California, San Francisco
Daun Obat Wasir Berdarah, Arfa Herbal
Trace-Core Dataset On Religious Practices And Long-Term Survival After Hospital Discharge For An Acute Coronary Syndrome, 2019 University of Massachusetts Medical School
Trace-Core Dataset On Religious Practices And Long-Term Survival After Hospital Discharge For An Acute Coronary Syndrome, Hawa O. Abu, Kate L. Lapane, Molly E. Waring, Christine M. Ulbricht, Randolph S. Devereaux, David D. Mcmanus, Jeroan J. Allison, Catarina I. Kiefe, Robert J. Goldberg
University of Massachusetts Medical School Publications
Background: Prior studies of healthy populations have found religious practices to be associated with survival. However, no contemporary studies have examined whether religiosity influences survival among patients discharged from the hospital after an acute coronary syndrome (ACS). The present study examined the relationship between religious practices and 2-year all-cause mortality among hospital survivors of an ACS.
Methods: Patients hospitalized for an ACS were recruited from 6 medical centers in Massachusetts and Georgia between 2011 and 2013. Study participants self-reported three items assessing religiosity: strength/comfort from religion, petition prayers for health, and awareness of intercessory prayers by others ...
Obat Ambeien Berdarah Untuk Ibu Menyusui, 2019 University of California, San Francisco
Obat Ambeien Berdarah Untuk Ibu Menyusui, Arfa Herbal
The Relationship Between Frequency Of Yoga And Meditation On Ptsd Symptoms In Individuals Who Have Experienced Intimate Partner Violence, Kimberly Polignani
Intimate partner violence (IPV) has become a growing phenomenon in the United States,
affecting nearly 13% of the population. The adverse mental health outcomes from people who experience IPV are prevalent and more than half have a diagnosis of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Therefore, therapeutic techniques for PTSD appear to be feasible for IPV survivors and their mental health issues. Complementary and alternative medicine has become a widely accepted approach for PTSD. Being two complementary and alternative medicine techniques, yoga and meditation are effective forms of therapy in many diagnoses, including PTSD. This study utilized a not-for-profit organization called the ...
Susah Bab Sakit Dan Berdarah, 2019 University of California, San Francisco
Susah Bab Sakit Dan Berdarah, Arfa Herbal
Mind And Body Training To Improve Functioning And Coping With Chronic Pain: A Pilot Study, 2019 Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Aurora Sinai Medical Center
Mind And Body Training To Improve Functioning And Coping With Chronic Pain: A Pilot Study, Olga Valieva, Leah M. Welsh, Betty Amuzu, Niraj Nijhawan, Jessica J.F. Kram
Aurora Ob/Gyn Faculty
Background: Patients with chronic pain are often crippled by psychological distress, depression and fear. These patients also can develop altered pain perception, with enhanced brain activity in pain-responsive regions and those associated with anxiety/depression. Exercise and meditation can impact pain-reducing brain areas and positively influence pain characteristics.
Purpose: To alter pain center activity by reducing the activation of the higher brain and deactivation of the lower brain with somatocognitive and meditative practices, with secondary aim of reducing anxiety/depression and improve overall quality of life.
Methods: We conducted a pilot study on mentally competent adult women with stable chronic ...
Bab Berdarah Segar Tapi Tidak Sakit, 2019 University of California, San Francisco
Bab Berdarah Segar Tapi Tidak Sakit, Arfa Herbal
Ohiohealth Worksite Wellness: A Holistic View, 2019 Otterbein University
Ohiohealth Worksite Wellness: A Holistic View, Shelby Reichle
Masters of Science in Allied Health Final Project Oral Presentations
No abstract provided.
Health Coaching Case Report: Optimizing Employee Health And Wellbeing In Organizations, 2019 University of Minnesota, Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality and Healing
Health Coaching Case Report: Optimizing Employee Health And Wellbeing In Organizations, Shannon Yocum M.A., Nbc-Hwc, Karen Lawson Md, Abihm, Nbc-Hwc
The Journal of Values-Based Leadership
Health and wellbeing of employees has a direct correlation to organizational performance. It is essential that organizations and successful leaders prioritize the health and wellbeing of all employees – from the C-suite to entry level positions. As rates of stress, chronic illness, and unhealthy lifestyle choices continue to increase, it is imperative that organizations discover strategies that cultivate employee wellbeing. Employees with high wellbeing are more engaged, productive, and energized and directly affect a company’s bottom line; it is in the best interest of employers to invest in human capital and wellbeing of employees. Health and wellness coaching demonstrates ...