The purpose of this study was to collect information on relevant sexuality
education content for adolescents by assessing students' interests and
perceived needs. Subjects in this study were middle school students.
Two methods of data collection were employed, therefore, this study was
conducted in two phases. In the first phase,...
The four stories within, "Jim of India," "Shooting the Breeze," "Bridge," and "Point Reyes," are part of a longer work in progress, tentatively titled The Andy Stories. The stories follow Andy, a woman in her 50s, on a voyage across the continent and into herself. Of these, all are written...
International health literature clearly describes
the importance of breastfeeding for children''s health.
The risks of bottle feeding in impoverished and
unhygenic environments are also widely documented.
Gastroenteritis, one of the most common problems
associated with bottle feeding in the Third World, is
the leading cause of death for Jamaican children...
The purpose of this study was to determine if a 5-month
progressive-resistance exercise program would affect measures
of activities of daily living (ADLs) and functional stability
in elderly women. All subjects were ambulatory women, 80 to
93 years old, who lived in assisted-care facilities. Eight
exercise and 7 control subjects...
This study consisted of two research projects in the Wyoming big sagebrush
(Artemisia tridentata ssp. wyomingensis (Beetle & A. Young) S.L. Welsh) alliance,
the most extensive of the big sagebrush complex in the Intermountain West. In the
first project, we intensively sampled 107 relatively undisturbed, late seral Wyoming
This research project historically reviews literature
relating to dental hygiene practice, more specifically
dental hygiene independent practice movements. From the
early days of dental hygiene to current legislative
actions, material applicable to dental hygienists
practicing independently is presented. Information
relating to the public's perception of this field, dental
The death toll from AIDS continues to rise in the United States. As
of May 1, 1995, 441,528 cases of AIDS had been recorded in the U. S. One of
the most powerful ways to control the spread of this disease is prevention
In 1988, Oregon passed OAR 581-22-412...
The marine climate of the Galapagos is spatially and seasonally
heterogeneous. A taxonomically comprehensive study of Galapagos zooplankton has
never been done. This study is an initial effort to establish the distribution and
community structure of zooplankton in the Archipelago. I collected zooplankton
samples by vertical tows over the Galapagos...
Food insecurity and hunger have become persistent problems resulting from an increase in impoverished segments of populations worldwide. For those not affected, the problem seems unnoticeable – it is happening somewhere else far away from them. However, in the United States, the number of people living below the poverty level...