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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..

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..

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..

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..

Sex-Selective Abortion in India:

The Impact on Child Mortality
Mary Elizabeth Shepherd
ISBN: 9781934043691

This timely work not only has critical implications for India, but its insightful findings will also be highly informative for many countries or societies dealing with sex ratio imbalances. Read More..

Sexual Health and Bollywood Films:

A culturally based program for South Asian Teenage Girls
Anvita Madan-Bahel
ISBN: 9781934043813

"This work is unique and innovative in many key ways. ... Dr. Madan-Bahel offers a variety of recommendations for practice, research, and policy that will continue to influence the field for years to come." 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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