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Evaluation of co-testing with cytology and human papillomavirus testing in cervical screening
Cervical screening is increasingly switching to human papillomavirus (HPV) testing. In many settings, the switch has invol...
A qualitative framing analysis of how firearm manufacturers and related bodies communicate to the public on gun-related harms and solutions
There is a growing understanding that the producers and sellers of harmful products directly and indirectly affect populat...
Distinct groups of firearm owners with differential risk for suicide in the United States: A latent class analysis
Volume 164, November 2022, 107185Author links open overlay panelHighlights•We found three distinct groups of firearm owner...
COVID-19 vaccination is associated with reduced non-COVID in-hospital mortality
We retrieved data on a cohort of medical patients at a regional Israeli hospital. The dependent variable was non-COVID-19 ...
Total cost of care associated with opioid use disorder treatment
Available online 10 November 2022, 107345Author links open overlay panelAbstractThe opioid epidemic in the United States d...
Factors associated with smokefree rules in the homes of Black/African American women smokers residing in low-resource rural communities
Disparities in secondhand smoke exposure among children and racialized groups have persisted for more than three decades i...
Patterns of household gun ownership and firearm suicide among black men compared to white men
Much is known about all-race gun ownership patterns in the United States. For example, it is known that guns are primarily...
Explaining demographic differences in COVID-19 vaccination stage in the United States – April-May 2021
COVID-19 vaccine coverage in the US has marked demographic and geographical disparities, but few explanations exist for th...
National support for gun policies among U.S. adults in 2019 and 2021
An estimated 45,000 people died from gun-related deaths in 2020, the highest single year count in over two decades (Center...
Reprint of “Using multiple imputation by super learning to assign intent to nonfatal firearm injuries”
The number of nonfatal firearm injuries in the US by intent (e.g., due to assault) is not reliably known: First, although ...
Examining beliefs and information-seeking behaviors of young adults aged 20–39 to help inform cancer prevention communication
Available online 18 November 2022, 107353Author links open overlay panelAbstractSuccessfully reaching young adults with ca...
Social mobilization, education, and prevention of the Ebola virus disease: A scoping review
With nearly a dozen recurrent outbreaks in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Guinea over the past five years, Ebo...
From evidence to implementation of lifestyle behaviour in cancer prevention and control: A Preventive Medicine Golden Jubilee Commentary
Characterized by a combined lack of physical activity and prolonged sitting, sedentary lifestyle has become highly prevale...
Modeling the longitudinal transitions of electronic cigarettes and conventional cigarettes with time-dependent covariates among adolescents
The rapid increase in the popularity of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) among youth over the past decade (Miech et al...
Association between COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and trust in the medical profession and public health officials
One's personal physician, national and state or local public health officials, and the broader medical profession play imp...
Factors associated with timely colposcopy following an abnormal cervical cancer test result
Cervical cancer diagnoses and deaths in the United States (US) plummeted following the initiation of Papanicolaou (Pap) te...
Trends and distinct profiles of persons who inject drugs in the United States, 2015–2019
Injecting drugs has been a major public health problem in the US. Indeed, more than 6.6 million people ages 13 or older in...
Cardiovascular mortality risk prediction using objectively measured physical activity phenotypes in NHANES 2003–2006
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is among the leading causes of death in the US adult population (Go et al., 2014; Heron and A...
Body-composition phenotypes and their associations with cardiometabolic risks and health behaviours in a representative general US sample
Globally, one-third of adults are living with overweight or obesity (Powell-Wiley et al., 2021; Malik et al., 2013; World ...
The association between vacant housing demolition and safety and health in Baltimore, MD
Vacant and abandoned buildings are a long-standing problem for older industrial cities. Many of these cities have experien...
Longitudinal associations between U.S. youth exposure to E-cigarette marketing and E-cigarette use harm perception and behavior change
E-cigarette marketing tactics to reach and appeal to youth are rapidly changing. This study examined to what extent youth ...
Impact of the e-cigarette era on cigarette smoking among youth in the United States: A population-level study
Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States (US), resulting in nearly 480,000 deaths ...
Perceived neighborhood factors, health behaviors, and related outcomes in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos
Neighborhood environment, as a structural social determinant of health, is often considered to be a possible avenue to not...
Physical abuse in childhood and intimate partner violence in Peruvian women: A population-based survey, 2019
Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a widespread and prevalent problem globally. It is estimated that one in three women an...
Educational level differences in the primary and secondary prevention of stroke
China bears the largest stroke burden of any country (Wu et al., 2019). According to the Global Burden of Disease statisti...