Reply To Om Shannon Et Al, 2019 Edith Cowan University
Reply To Om Shannon Et Al, Lauren C. Blekkenhorst, Joshua R. Lewis, Richard L. Prince, Amanda Devine, Nicola P. Bondonno, Catherine P. Bondonno, Lisa G. Wood, Ian B. Puddey, Natalie C. Ward, Kevin D. Croft, Richard J. Woodman, Lawrence J. Beilin, Jonathan M. Hodgson
ECU Publications Post 2013
No abstract provided.
Jual Klg Asli Di Batam Obat Kuat Pria 085290288949 Wa, 2019 University of California, San Francisco
Jual Klg Asli Di Batam Obat Kuat Pria 085290288949 Wa, Obat Herbal
Disordered Eating Panel Discussion: Finding Help, 2019 Marshall University
Disordered Eating Panel Discussion: Finding Help, Kelli Williams Ph.D., R.D., L.D., Candace Layne Ed.D., Alps, Lpc, Ncc, James R. Bailes M.D., Kristina M. Bryant-Melvin M.D., Licia Rei, Brittany Chapman, Tiffany Bowes, Sabrina Thomas
“Disordered Eating Panel Discussion: Finding Help,” is the fourth of five in the, “Don’t Call Me Crazy: MU Mental Health Initiative,” panel discussion series, which was held on February 21, 2019. This initiative is comprised of three major components: “Resiliency through Education;” which includes: panel discussions with mental health professionals and a research guide, “Resiliency through Art;” an art exhibition that featured works form MU students, faculty and staff, and community members, and “Resiliency through Community;” an extensive collection of campus, local, state, and national mental health resources. Libraries hold a unique position as places to hold civil conversations ...
May 2019, 2019 Southwestern Oklahoma State University
May 2019, Swosu Bulldog Wellness Committee
SWOSU BULLDOG WELLNESS
Physical Fitness and Sports Month
Southwestern Oklahoma State University is supporting the President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition in honor of National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. During the month of May, we challenge all adults to get active every day!
Assessment Of Factors That Impact Hydration Status Of Professional And Collegiate Mascots, 2019 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Assessment Of Factors That Impact Hydration Status Of Professional And Collegiate Mascots, Caroline Atwell
Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovation Undergraduate Honors Theses
Mascots have unique physical demands and nutrition needs. They exert themselves tremendously on a variety of game days and at practices throughout the week. Hydration is as significant for mascots as it is for any other athlete, yet there is little to no known research available to help this population achieve a good hydration status. Studying similar populations such as cheerleaders, band members, football players, and firefighters provided a better understanding of mascot hydration. The purpose of this study was to examine the level of hydration knowledge in mascots performing at the collegiate and professional levels and determine the different ...
Characterization And Evaluation Of The Probiotic Properties Of The Sporeforming Bacteria, Bacillus Coagulans Unique Is-2, 2019 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Characterization And Evaluation Of The Probiotic Properties Of The Sporeforming Bacteria, Bacillus Coagulans Unique Is-2, Amy Garrison
Dissertations, Theses, & Student Research in Food Science and Technology
Probiotics are live organisms, that when consumed in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit to the host. To achieve probiotic status, each potential strain’s functional properties and their safety to the consumer must be comprehensively evaluated. Probiotic effects have been observed to be strain specific, therefore each new strain of interest must be characterized according to their phenotypic and genetic characteristics. There is a list of characteristics that potential probiotic strains should have to be considered as a probiotic. Potential probiotic strains should be evaluated for their acid and bile salt resistance, antimicrobial activity and adherence and colonization to ...
Influence Of Change In Ph On Whey Expulsion From Cheddar Cheese Curds Made From Recombined Concentrated Milk, 2019 Utah State University
Influence Of Change In Ph On Whey Expulsion From Cheddar Cheese Curds Made From Recombined Concentrated Milk, Kanak Bulbul
All Graduate Theses and Dissertations
The Western Dairy Center at Utah State University funded this project to investigate cheese research using concentrated milks. Concentrated milk was provided by the South Dakota State University and starter culture for this study was prepared and donated by Vivolac Cultures Corporation, Greenfield, Indiana.
The project initiated as a continuation of a previous study on effects of protein concentration, coagulum cut size and set temperature on curd moisture loss kinetics while stirring during cheesemaking. It was aimed at determining the extent to which pH drop prior to draining and final cheese moisture when using microfiltered concentrated milk.
We performed twelve ...
Effect Of Prebiotic, Probiotic, And Enzyme Supplementation On Gut Fermentation, Markers Of Inflammation And Immune Response In Individuals With Gi Symptoms, Kaitlyn Webb
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Current practices support the use of probiotic and prebiotic supplementation to improve chronic gastrointestinal distress (GID). The aim of this study was to determine the tolerance and benefits of GlutenShield (GS), a prebiotic, probiotic, and enzyme supplement, on adults with GID. Subjects (n=20) took either GS or the placebo for 30 days and completed a pre-treatment FFQ as well as a pre- and post-treatment GID questionnaire, blood draw, and stool sample. Participants consumed more total and saturated fat, and less fiber and whole grains compared to the recommended intake. A significant reduction in IgG2 was observed in the GS ...
Perceived Body Image And Reasons For Exercise Among College Students, 2019 University of Northern Colorado
Perceived Body Image And Reasons For Exercise Among College Students, Ileana Flores Delgado
Ursidae: The Undergraduate Research Journal at the University of Northern Colorado
Perceptions of an ideal body image constructed by Western culture has led body dissatisfaction levels to increase significantly in the past 30 years. Researchers have found that individuals tend to have inaccurate perceptions of their body shapes that leads to body dissatisfaction. Minimal research however, has been done focusing on the relationship between body image and specific exercise behaviors. The purpose of this qualitative study was to understand how someone’s own body perception affects their exercise behavior, type and frequency. A total of 30 participants were observed for 20 minutes focusing on behaviors like concentration, body surveillance, and confidence ...
Suffering In Silence: Is Gastroparesis Underdiagnosed?, 2019 Aurora UW Medical Group, Aurora Health Care
Suffering In Silence: Is Gastroparesis Underdiagnosed?, Dennis J. Baumgardner
Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews
In this introduction to Volume 6, Issue 2, the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews offers additional comment to the clinical review of diabetic gastroparesis authored by Farmer and colleagues (p. 148), regarding the problem of undiagnosed disease. Increased awareness of this entity and appropriate questioning regarding symptoms of diabetic gastroparesis in the primary care setting may prevent the “suffering in silence” experienced by many patients with this complication.
Medically Tailored Meals As A Prescription For Treatment Of Food-Insecure Type 2 Diabetics, 2019 Aurora Health Care
Medically Tailored Meals As A Prescription For Treatment Of Food-Insecure Type 2 Diabetics, Leslie J. Rabaut
Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews
Type 2 diabetes mellitus is an immense burden to the health of our population and to our current health care system, and the weight of this burden is only projected to multiply in coming years. A nutritious diet is an indispensable aspect of diabetes treatment, and the lack of access to food engenders poor disease-state control, which correlates with increased health care utilization. Interventions aimed at improving access to food through medically tailored meals (MTMs) have demonstrated effectiveness in improving the health of food-insecure type 2 diabetic patients and reducing health care costs. Further studies are necessary to increase the ...
Physical Effects In Female College Athletes With Eating Disorders: A Systematic Review, 2019 Carroll College
Physical Effects In Female College Athletes With Eating Disorders: A Systematic Review, Keven Kailey
Carroll College Student Undergraduate Research Festival
This systematic review was conducted to review the physical health risks of eating disorders in female collegiate athletes. Articles were screened on PubMed and EBSCOhost databases, as well as various articles from NCAA.org, the Bureau of Economic Analysis, and Mirasol Recovery Centers, for relationships between eating disorders and female college athlete’s physical health. It was found that female college athletes with disordered eating habits have an increased risk three main damages to their body. These are decreased bone density, negative energy balance, and menstrual irregularities. These menstrual irregularities can lead to irreversible damages in bone, muscle and fertility ...
Family Postponement Of Medical And Dental Care: The Influence Of Income Level And Financial Hardship, 2019 Iowa State University
Family Postponement Of Medical And Dental Care: The Influence Of Income Level And Financial Hardship, Sara K. Ray, Clinton G. Gudmunson
Clinton G. Gudmunson
Medical and dental care are some of the most expensive expenditures that consumers incur, and they are also some of the most common expenses that families postpone (Gallup, 2015; Kaiser, 2012). The goal of the present is to examine family and financial factors that influence families’ likelihood of delaying healthcare in a predominantly middle and upper income sample. A large body of research framed by the Family Stress Model has used the postponement of healthcare as one of many indicators of family economic pressure that together predict deleterious relationship and developmental outcomes (Gauthier & Furstenberg, 2010). However, only a handful of ...
Air Quality And Employee Hygiene-Related Behavior In A Post Anesthesia Care Unit In Thailand, 2019 Rajavithi Hospital
Air Quality And Employee Hygiene-Related Behavior In A Post Anesthesia Care Unit In Thailand, Somphorn Kampan
Asian / Pacific Island Nursing Journal
Post anesthesia care units (PACU) are sanitary spaces at hospitals. Bacterial and fungal contaminants in ambient air can pose significant threats to patient recovery. Excess waste anesthetic gases such as nitrous oxide and desflurane can also pose reproductive, genetic, and other health risks to PACU staff who suffer longterm exposure. Healthcare institutions routinely monitor and study PACU air quality as required by occupational health and safety acts and related regulations, and professional standards of care. This study presents recent data from a PACU intervention at Rajavithi Hospital in Bangkok, Thailand. Rajavithi took measurements of concentrations of airborne fungi, bacteria, desflurane ...
Sports Nutrition Project Based Learning Assignment Reflection, 2019 CSU San Bernardino
Sports Nutrition Project Based Learning Assignment Reflection, Guillermo Escalante
Q2S Enhancing Pedagogy
This is a reflection paper of a Sports Nutrition Project Based Learning Assignment that was developed at the 2018 Project Based Learning Workshop and implemented in the Winter 2019 session of KINE 382- Sports Nutrition.
Piperinox, 2019 University of South Carolina - Beaufort
Piperinox, Tabletki Piperinox
April 2019, 2019 Southwestern Oklahoma State University
April 2019, Swosu Bulldog Wellness Committee
SWOSU BULLDOG WELLNESS
National Public Health Week
Join in observing National Public Health Week from April 1-7, 2019 and become part of a growing movement to create the healthiest nation in one generation. During the week, we will celebrate the power of prevention, advocate for healthy and fair policies, share strategies for successful partnerships and champion the role of a strong public health system. Each day of NPHW 2019 will focus on a public health topic. Hoping each topic will spark new conversations and engage new participants in the community. Follow along at this link to see daily themes and ways each of ...
Abstracts From The 25th Annual Health Care Systems Research Network Conference, April 8–10, 2019, Portland, Oregon
Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews
The Health Care Systems Research Network (HCSRN) is made up of nonprofit health systems with embedded research departments whose scientists are dedicated to public domain research. The network’s annual conference serves as a forum for research teams to disseminate study findings, stimulate new collaborations, and share insights about conducting research in real-world care settings. Abstracts accepted for presentation at HCSRN 2019 are published in this supplement of Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews, the official scientific journal of the conference.
A Single High‐Fat Meal Alters Human Soluble Rage Profiles And Pbmc Rage Expression With No Effect Of Prior Aerobic Exercise, 2019 University of Illinois at Chicago
A Single High‐Fat Meal Alters Human Soluble Rage Profiles And Pbmc Rage Expression With No Effect Of Prior Aerobic Exercise, Kelly N.Z. Fuller, Rudy J. Valentine, Edwin R. Miranda, Prabhakaran Kumar, Bellur S. Prabhakar, Jacob M. Haus
A high‐fat diet can induce inflammation and metabolic diseases such as diabetes and atherosclerosis. The receptor for advanced glycation endproducts (RAGE) plays a critical role in metabolic disease pathophysiology and the soluble form of the receptor (sRAGE) can mitigate these effects. However, little is known about RAGE in the postprandial condition and the effect of exercise in this context. Thus, we aimed to determine the effects of a single high‐fat meal (HFM) with and without prior exercise on peripheral blood mononuclear cell (PBMC) RAGE biology. Healthy males (n = 12) consumed a HFM on two occasions, one without prior ...
“It’S The Story”: Online Animated Simulation Of Cultural Competence Of Poverty -- A Pilot Study, 2019 West Chester University of Pennsylvania
“It’S The Story”: Online Animated Simulation Of Cultural Competence Of Poverty -- A Pilot Study, Kimberly E. Johnson, Melissa Fleck, Thomas Pantazes
Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice
Purpose: In this pilot study, researchers explore an online animated simulation as an educational tool for emerging health professionals to promote cultural competence of poverty, food insecurity, and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.Methods: Researchers recruited participants in the allied health sciences for focus groups to explore the effectiveness of an online animation in promoting cultural competence of poverty, food insecurity, and public assistance programs. Participants were asked about their experience with the educational tool and changes in cultural competence regarding poverty, food insecurity, and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Participants also responded to five survey questions about their experience ...