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Mental Distress and Its Contributing Factors Among Young People During the First Wave of COVID-19: A Belgian Survey Study

predictors of mental distress were female gender (OR = 1.78), low social support (OR = 2.17), loneliness (OR = 5.17), a small (OR = 1.63), or large (OR = 3.08) increase in social media use, a small (OR = 1.63) ...

AdHealth: a feasibility study to measure digital food marketing to adolescents through Facebook.

showed that the vast majority of advertisements were for unhealthy products, despite numerous challenges to implementation. Further efforts are needed to develop tools for use across other social media ...

Implementation of healthy food environment policies to prevent nutrition-related non-communicable diseases in Ghana: National experts' assessment of government action.

substitutes was the only indicator rated “very high”. Of ten policy actions prioritized for implementation, restricting unhealthy food marketing in children’s settings and in the media were ranked the highest ...

If I tweet will you cite later? Follow-up on the effect of social media exposure on article downloads and citationsAbstractObjectivesMethodsResultsConclusions

65, Issue 9, Number 1802 (2020) Keywords: Bibliometrics Citations Downloads Facebook Twitter Social Media Abstract: Objectives We previously reported that random assignment of scientific ...

Volume, nature and potential impact of advertisements on Facebook and YouTube by food brands popular in New Zealand.

videos respectively, and the most common marketing techniques were the same as on Facebook. CONCLUSION: Social media is an important medium for food marketers in New Zealand and promotional strategies and ...

If I tweet will you cite? The effect of social media exposure of articles on downloads and citations.

(2016) Keywords: Bibliometrics Humans Periodicals as Topic public health Social Media Abstract: OBJECTIVES: We sought to investigate whether exposing scientific papers to social media (SM) has an effect on ...

Evaluation of detection methods for non-O157 Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli from food.

in parallel in Buffered Peptone Water (BPW) and Brila broth. After enrichment, detection was performed using real-time PCR (qPCR), and isolation using two chromogenic agar media, CHROM agar™ STEC and ...

Growth of Stressed Strains of Four Non-O157 Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli Serogroups in Five Enrichment Broths.

Keywords: Culture Media Serogroup Shiga-Toxigenic Escherichia coli Abstract: The purpose of this study was to evaluate (i) the behavior of several strains of non- O157 Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli ...

Development and performance assessment of a qualitative SYBR® green real-time PCR assay for the detection of Aspergillus versicolor in indoor air.

microscopic identification, depend on the growth of the fungi. Consequently, they are biased by difficulties to grow some species on certain culture media and under certain conditions or by noncultivable or ...

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