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Does psychological resilience mediate the impact of social support on geriatric depression? An exploratory study among Chinese older adults in Singapore
Social support and resilience were considered to be two significant influential factors for depression in late life. The study aims to present a mediation model for understanding the interrelations among social support, ...
Examining the Influencing Factors of Exercise Intention Among Older Adults: A Controlled Study Between Exergame and Traditional Exercise
Promoting physical activities among older adults becomes an important component of successful aging. The aim of this study was to assess the influence of both exercise settings and player interaction patterns on exercise ...
Social media presence of scholarly journals
Recently, social media has become a potentially new way for scholarly journals to disseminate and evaluate research outputs. Scholarly journals have started promoting their research articles to a wide range of audiences ...
Reasons for primary medication nonadherence : a systematic review and metric analysis
Background: The behavior of medication nonadherence is distinguished into primary and secondary nonadherence. Primary nonadherence (PNA) is not as thoroughly studied as secondary nonadherence. Objective: To explore and ...
Investigating the characteristics and research impact of sentiments in tweets with links to computer science research papers
Research papers are often shared in Twitter to facilitate better readership. Tweet counts are embedded in journal websites and academic databases, to emphasize the impact of papers in social media. However, more number of ...
How and Why Users Use Social TV Systems? A Systematic Review of User Studies
The development of social TV systems has gained momentum in the past decade. However, it is unclear how and why users use social TV. The goal of this systematic review is to identify trends in social TV user studies and ...
"It's effective but should I bother?" A study of personal protection measures against malaria in urban India
OBJECTIVES: Malaria affects millions of people in urban and rural India every year. This study addresses two main gaps in current research: 1) attitudes towards personal protective strategies against Malaria among urban ...
A study of knowledge, attitudes, practices and health information-seeking related to Malaria-dengue prevention in India
Malaria and Dengue (M&D) affect more than 1.5 million people in India annually. Our study informs M&D prevention efforts by understanding knowledge, attitudes and practices related to preventive behaviours and health ...
Social media-based civic engagement for dengue prevention in Sri Lanka
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Personal protection behaviors against Malaria in India : urban attitudes and health info seeking preferences
Malaria and dengue are vector-borne infectious diseases that affect millions of adults and children and consume thousands of lives in India every year. Despite their recurring annual threat, evidence-based approaches to ...