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ADHD and Maternal Resiliency:

A Cross-Cultural Examination of Canadian and American Mothers
Patricia Neff
ISBN: 9781604975901

This is the first book to provide a detailed analysis of the impact of raising an ADHD child, as compared to a non-ADHD child, on maternal well-being. Read More..

Adolescents With HIV:

Attachment, Depression, and Adherence
Erin Leonard
ISBN: 9781604975338

This unprecedented study examines the quality of attachment relationships, symptoms of depression, and medication adherence among perinatally HIV-infected adolescents. Read More..

Adolescents with Cancer:

The Influence of Close Relationships on Quality of Life, Distress, and Health Behaviors
Melissa Carpentier and Larry Mullins
ISBN: 9781604975802

In this first critical study of close peer and dating relationships among adolescents on active treatment for cancer, Drs. Carpentier and Mullins examine specific, discrete dimensions of close relationships. Read More..

AIDS Crisis Control in Uganda:

The Use of HAART
Dorothy J. N. Kalanzi
ISBN: 9781604977875

This book is a compelling study of the highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) treatment in Uganda to overcome the AIDS crisis. The physical, psychological, and emotional challenges are shown using case studies and an extensive empirical method. This book is an important addition to collections in African studies and public health. Read More..

The Availability of Care for Late-Middle-Aged Adults With Chronic Conditions

Julie C. Lima and Susan M. Allen
ISBN: 9781604975765

In this first critical study of the availability and receipt of care for late-middle-aged adults, Julie Lima and Susan Allen uncover a host of vulnerabilities that challenge the wellbeing of those who find themselves in need of personal assistance at a critical point in their lives. Read More..

Building a Healthy Black Harlem:

Health Politics in Harlem, New York, from the Jazz Age to the Great Depression
Jamie Wilson
ISBN: 9781604976243

"Wilson's book is a valuable contribution to our knowledge of a place and time better known for its famous writers and artists than for the quotidian struggles of its workers facing racism and the structural economic trap of high rents and low wages ... Wilson's book is an impressive achievement that updates social history with fresh material and perspectives and makes important interventions in the literature on African American urbanization." – Afro-Americans in New York: Life and History Read More..

Childbirth in a Technocratic Age:

The Documentation of Women’s Expectations and Experiences
Elizabeth Soliday
ISBN: 9781604977981

“A very organized and readable book ... Healthcare providers from various disciplines would likely benefit from reading Elizabeth Soliday’s compassionate book in which she advocates for mothers by emphasizing the many factors, most important of which is patient autonomy, that contribute to maternal satisfaction in the labor and delivery process.” – Archives of Women's Mental Health Read More..

Contingent Employment, Workforce Health, and Citizenship

Marcia E. Facey
ISBN: 9781604977431

The increasing prevalence of contingent work has prompted concerns about its health implications for contingent workers.The research reported in this book casts light on the discrepant health-related findings by examining contingent work from the perspective of workers, through an exploration of how they experience and understand this form of work and how these experiences and understandings might affect health. The study revealed a strong discursive aspect to workers’ experience, and these discourses are the focus of this book. Read More..

The Logic and Legitimacy of American Bioethics

Mary R. Leinhos
ISBN: 9781604975079

This pioneering book makes new contributions to the fields of higher education studies and science studies, where ethics, and the relationship between legitimacy and expertise, have been little explored. Read More..

Obesity and Its Related Diseases in China:

The Impact of the Nutrition Transition in Urban and Rural Adults
Xiaoping Weng and Benjamin Caballero
ISBN: 9781934043547

Along with socioeconomic development, the traditional lifestyle of the Chinese people is changing rapidly and becoming more Westernized. At the same time, prevalence of obesity and diabetes is increasing at an alarming rate. This study examines examining the prevalence and characteristics of obesity and its related metabolic diseases in China, where urbanization and socioeconomic development are occurring at a dramatic pace. Read More..

 

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