Common mental disorders in Brazilian adolescents: association with school characteristics, consumption of ultra-processed foods and waist-to-height ratio
This study aimed to investigate the association of school characteristics, consumption of ultra-processed foods, and waist-to-height ratio with the presence of CMD in Brazilian adolescents. This is a school-based, cross-sectional study that analyzed data from 71,553 Brazilian adolescents aged 12-17 years. The prevalence of CMD in these adolescents was 17.1% (cut-off point 5 for the General Health Questionnaire-12). Associations were estimated using multilevel logistic models, with the presence of CMD as the dependent variable. The final model, adjusted for non-modifiable individual variables, modifiable individual variable...
Source: Cadernos de Saude Publica - May 22, 2024 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Lucia Helena Almeida Grat ão Thales Philipe Rodrigues da Silva Luana Lara Rocha Mariana Zogbi Jardim Tatiana Resende Prado Rangel de Oliveira Cristiane de Freitas Cunha Larissa Loures Mendes Source Type: research

Are recent health, welfare and care graduates part of a rural and remote workforce solution? Evidence from Tasmania, Australia
CONCLUSIONS: Despite a range of advertised employment opportunities for health, welfare and care professionals across Tasmania, few specified vacancies as suitable for recent graduates and most were located in regional areas of the state. Health, welfare and care services in non-metropolitan locations may need to develop more employment opportunities for recent graduates and explicitly advertise these to job-seeking graduates to help grow and sustain the rural and remote health workforce into the future.PMID:38773454 | PMC:PMC11110370 | DOI:10.1186/s12913-024-11087-9 (Source: Rural Remote Health)
Source: Rural Remote Health - May 21, 2024 Category: Rural Health Authors: Belinda Jessup Fiona Proudfoot Merylin Cross Tony Barnett Source Type: research

How did the ‘whistle-to-whistle’ ban affect gambling advertising on TV? A live football matching study
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Source: Addiction Research and Theory - May 21, 2024 Category: Addiction Authors: Ellen McGraneRobert PryceLuke WilsonMatt FieldElizabeth Goydera Sheffield Centre for Health and Related Research (SCHARR), University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UKb Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield, ICOSS Building, Sheffield, UK Source Type: research

Failure of Vascular Surgery to Establish and Elevate Its Quality Brand to The Public – Absence of Quality Reporting on Vascular Surgery Practice Websites
Quality and outcomes are keys to a specialty ’s brand identity and to maintaining public confidence in the profession. The Vascular Quality Initiative (VQI), with over 1000 Centers participating, is designed to allow for vascular surgery quality initiatives and reporting. We explored the public website advertisement of all vascular surgery r esidency and fellowship programs with regard to VQI participation as well as any other quality metrics. (Source: Journal of Vascular Surgery)
Source: Journal of Vascular Surgery - May 20, 2024 Category: Surgery Authors: Kennedy Salamat, Krystina Choinski, Jason B. Storch, John Phair, Mark G. Davies, Christopher Smolock Source Type: research

Social Media and Nutritional Guidelines in Pregnancy
DiscussionThere is incorrect and incomplete information on social media surrounding nutrition in pregnancy. Professional guidelines for nutrition in pregnancy are available but are not as accessible to patients as social media videos. Social media use is associated with disordered eating and increased risk of anxiety and depression. However, targeted interventions by health care providers that use social media platforms have been successful in the distribution of credible health information. Midwives and other health care providers should share evidence-based nutrition recommendation with patients to facilitate meaningful ...
Source: Journal of Midwifery and Women's Health - May 20, 2024 Category: Midwifery Authors: Nora Drummond, Alexa Miller, Melia Kramer, Ruth Zielinski Tags: Research Article Source Type: research

Mental Health First Aid ™ for Deaf communities: responses to a lack of national Deaf mental health service provision
Mental Health First Aid™ for Deaf communities: responses to a lack of national Deaf mental health service provision Julia Terry, Cathie Robins-Talbot Journal of Public Mental Health, Vol. ahead-of-print, No. ahead-of-print, pp.- For over 15 years, Mental Health First Aid™ (MHFA) has successfully been delivered in Wales, United Kingdom, with growing interest in the MHFA programme and increasing course attendees. Trainers, aware of the need for support, know the importance of MHFA being accessible for different communities and learner groups. MHFA has always focused on increasing mental health literacy. One marginalised ...
Source: Journal of Public Mental Health - May 17, 2024 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Julia Terry Cathie Robins-Talbot Source Type: research

The effect of social support on the emotional well-being of people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: Exploring the mediating role of spirituality
Palliat Support Care. 2024 May 15:1-8. doi: 10.1017/S1478951524000610. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTOBJECTIVES: Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that, so far, is considered always fatal. Treatments mainly consist in increasing survival and aim to improve the quality of life of people with ALS (pwALS). Social support and spirituality have been shown to play a key role in pwALS' quality of life. Our study explored it in depth by investigating the underlying mechanisms linking social support, spirituality, and emotional well-being.METHODS: Thirty-six pwALS underwent a battery of ...
Source: Palliative and Supportive Care - May 15, 2024 Category: Palliative Care Authors: Anne Fernandez L éo Guenegou Philippe Corcia Nathalie Bailly Source Type: research

Tiger beetles produce anti-bat ultrasound and are probable Batesian moth mimics
We presented captive big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus) with seven different tiger beetle species and found that 90 out of 94 beetles were completely consumed, indicating that these tiger beetle species are not aposematically signalling. Instead, we show that the primary temporal and spectral characteristics of beetle warning sounds overlap with sympatric unpalatable tiger moth (Arctinae) sounds and that tiger beetles are probably Batesian mimics of noxious moth models. We predict that many insect taxa produce anti-bat sounds and that the acoustic mimicry rings of the night sky are hyperdiverse.PMID:38747686 | DOI:10.1098/r...
Source: Biology Letters - May 15, 2024 Category: Biology Authors: Harlan M Gough Juliette J Rubin Akito Y Kawahara Jesse R Barber Source Type: research

Is food and drink advertising across various settings associated with dietary behaviours and intake among Australian adolescents? Findings from a national cross-sectional survey
CONCLUSIONS: Australian adolescents are vulnerable to the persuasive effects of food and drink marketing. SO WHAT?: Greater restrictions on the way the food and drink industry can market their products to adolescents are needed to better support them in developing and maintaining positive dietary behaviours.PMID:38749507 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.872 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - May 15, 2024 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Claudia Gascoyne Maree Scully Belinda Morley Source Type: research

Recruitment of a Diverse Community-based Older Adult Cohort for a Longitudinal Aging Study: The 15104 Seniors Project
CONCLUSIONS: We have had some success in building relationships and trust with the local community, enrolling Black study participants in a proportion equal to their representation in the target community using a variety of recruitment methods. Patience, immersion in the community, and partnerships with key community members alongside traditional advertisements, and the utilization of study participants as recruiters are critical to designing optimal, targeted, recruitment strategies.PMID:38748658 | DOI:10.1097/WAD.0000000000000618 (Source: Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders)
Source: Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders - May 15, 2024 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Erin Jacobsen Heather Lucas Catherine Moran Reverend Gloria Dixon Mary Ganguli Source Type: research

Women in leadership matters: Achieving diversity in radiology residency recruitment
CONCLUSION: This study of radiology residency programs encourages a more prominent role for women in leadership positions within academic radiology departments to drive diversity and inclusion efforts.PMID:38749319 | DOI:10.1016/j.clinimag.2024.110144 (Source: Clinical Genitourinary Cancer)
Source: Clinical Genitourinary Cancer - May 15, 2024 Category: Cancer & Oncology Authors: Heather A Cole Lars J Grimm Toma S Omofoye Erin A Cooke Darel E Heitkamp Megan K Mills Morlie Wang Charles M Maxfield Teresa Chapman Source Type: research

Women in leadership matters: Achieving diversity in radiology residency recruitment
CONCLUSION: This study of radiology residency programs encourages a more prominent role for women in leadership positions within academic radiology departments to drive diversity and inclusion efforts.PMID:38749319 | DOI:10.1016/j.clinimag.2024.110144 (Source: Clinical Breast Cancer)
Source: Clinical Breast Cancer - May 15, 2024 Category: Cancer & Oncology Authors: Heather A Cole Lars J Grimm Toma S Omofoye Erin A Cooke Darel E Heitkamp Megan K Mills Morlie Wang Charles M Maxfield Teresa Chapman Source Type: research

Tiger beetles produce anti-bat ultrasound and are probable Batesian moth mimics
We presented captive big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus) with seven different tiger beetle species and found that 90 out of 94 beetles were completely consumed, indicating that these tiger beetle species are not aposematically signalling. Instead, we show that the primary temporal and spectral characteristics of beetle warning sounds overlap with sympatric unpalatable tiger moth (Arctinae) sounds and that tiger beetles are probably Batesian mimics of noxious moth models. We predict that many insect taxa produce anti-bat sounds and that the acoustic mimicry rings of the night sky are hyperdiverse.PMID:38747686 | DOI:10.1098/r...
Source: Biology Letters - May 15, 2024 Category: Biology Authors: Harlan M Gough Juliette J Rubin Akito Y Kawahara Jesse R Barber Source Type: research

The effect of social support on the emotional well-being of people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: Exploring the mediating role of spirituality
Palliat Support Care. 2024 May 15:1-8. doi: 10.1017/S1478951524000610. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTOBJECTIVES: Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that, so far, is considered always fatal. Treatments mainly consist in increasing survival and aim to improve the quality of life of people with ALS (pwALS). Social support and spirituality have been shown to play a key role in pwALS' quality of life. Our study explored it in depth by investigating the underlying mechanisms linking social support, spirituality, and emotional well-being.METHODS: Thirty-six pwALS underwent a battery of ...
Source: Palliative and Supportive Care - May 15, 2024 Category: Palliative Care Authors: Anne Fernandez L éo Guenegou Philippe Corcia Nathalie Bailly Source Type: research

Is food and drink advertising across various settings associated with dietary behaviours and intake among Australian adolescents? Findings from a national cross-sectional survey
CONCLUSIONS: Australian adolescents are vulnerable to the persuasive effects of food and drink marketing. SO WHAT?: Greater restrictions on the way the food and drink industry can market their products to adolescents are needed to better support them in developing and maintaining positive dietary behaviours.PMID:38749507 | DOI:10.1002/hpja.872 (Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia)
Source: Health Promotion Journal of Australia - May 15, 2024 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Claudia Gascoyne Maree Scully Belinda Morley Source Type: research