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Health promotion

Sunscreen Protection And Promotion In Miami Beach

Miami Beach is famous for its extensive South Beach area. Its city sits in an area of 7.1 square miles of land and 10 miles of water (MIAMI BEACH 411, n.d). Miami Beach comprises of three beaches namely South, Middle, and North Beaches. Miami residents are known for their spending...

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Promoting Good Self-Perception, Positive Behavior, and Mental Wellness

Among school-age children, a common self-perception of concern and which the literature examines frequently is that of competence. Like adults, children encounter tasks and situations which require or challenge the skills and competencies. If a child feels unequal to the task or situation at hand, their perception of their competence...

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Applying the Socio-Ecological Model

Young women and an affirmative decision to get the HPV vaccine occurs less often among ethnic minorities, and Asian and Black women are at an increased risk of developing cervical cancer (Ferrer, Trotter, Hickman & Audrey, 2015). A socio-ecological model will identify barriers and facilitators to getting the vaccine, and...

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Global Health Problem: Maternal & Child Health

Every year 529,000 women, about one every minute dies from complications during childbirth (UNICEF, n.d.). Areas with high maternal death rates in 2000 included 95 percent in African and Asia, 4 percent in Latin American and Caribbean nations, and one percent in developed countries (WHO, 2003). Most of the maternal...

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Policy Change

The United States Preventive Service Task Force (USPSTF) have recommended that healthy men should no longer receive a prostate Specific Antigen blood test to screen for prostate cancer, because the test does not save lives over all and often leads to more tests and treatments that needlessly cause pain, impotence...

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