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EVALUATION OF A FALLS PREVENTION PROGRAM FOR THE RURAL ELDERLY
Falls are a major concern in the elderly population because of the significant impact on health status and quality of life. Falls are the leading cause of unintentional deaths in persons 65 and older. Modifiable risk factors ...
Prevalence of unreported falls in the elderly
Falls are a serious health concern in the elderly. It is estimated that 30% to 40% of community-dwelling elders aged 65 years and older fall each year. However, no specific data is available to confirm the number of ...
THE ROLE OF INTERPERSONAL, MASS MEDIA, AND INTERNET COMMUNICATION ON CHANGES IN SELF-REPORTED HEALTH BEHAVIOR AND SKILLS
Communication plays an integral role in changing health behaviors. Seeking health related information from interpersonal, mass media, and Internet communication is a common trend. Research on the use of the various ...
Resolving anger via two different emotion regulation strategies
Anger is characterized by three appraisal dimensions, harm, responsibility, and choice (Lazarus, 1991) and can be regulated through reappraisal or suppression (Gross, 1998). Previous research has suggested that reappraisal ...