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(American Journal of Preventive Medicine[TA])
6,220 results
  • Lung Cancer Screening Inconsistent With U.S. Preventive Services Task Force Recommendations. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Prev Med 2018 Nov 12
  • Richards TB, Doria-Rose VP, … White MC
  • CONCLUSIONS: The number of adults inappropriately screened for lung cancer greatly exceeds the number screened according to USPSTF recommendations, the prevalence of appropriate lung cancer screening is low, and the population meeting USPSTF criteria is shrinking. To realize the potential benefits of screening, better processes to appropriately triage eligible individuals to screening, plus screening with a USPSTF-recommended test, would be beneficial.
  • State Preemption of Food and Nutrition Policies and Litigation: Undermining Government's Role in Public Health. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Prev Med 2018 Nov 12
  • Pomeranz JL, Zellers L, … Pertschuk M
  • CONCLUSIONS: State preemption may hinder public health progress by impeding local food and nutrition policies and government-initiated litigation. Local governments are in a prime position to address fundamental concerns, such as reduction of health disparities, the provision of nutrition information, access to healthy food, and the cost of unhealthy food. Government-initiated litigation could potentially support broader policy changes.
  • U.S. Adult Attitudes About Electronic Vapor Product Use in Indoor Public Places. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Prev Med 2018 Nov 13
  • Wang TW, Marynak KM, … King BA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Approximately eight in ten U.S. adults, including more than one quarter of electronic vapor product users, opposed electronic vapor product use in indoor public places. Prohibiting electronic vapor product use in indoor public areas can protect bystanders from the health risks of secondhand electronic vapor product aerosol exposure.
  • NIH Primary and Secondary Prevention Research in Humans During 2012-2017. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Prev Med 2018; 55(6):915-925
  • Murray DM, Villani J, … Schully SD
  • CONCLUSIONS: The appropriate level of support for primary and secondary prevention research in humans from NIH will differ by field and stage of research. The estimates reported here may be overestimates, as credit was given for a project even if only a portion of that project addressed prevention research. Given that 74% of the variability in county-level life expectancy across the U.S. is explained by established risk factors, it seems appropriate to devote additional resources to developing and testing interventions to address those risk factors.
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