Preventing Chronic Disease
Among baby boomers, caregivers more commonly report frequent mental distress and have more chronic health conditions than noncaregivers, which might put them at risk of needing care themselves.
Read the latest commentaries in today’s release and look for the complete supplement to publish in PCD later this summer.
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- Community Engagement of African Americans in the Era of COVID-19: Considerations, Challenges, Implications, and Recommendations for Public Health
- Oral Health and COVID-19: Increasing the Need for Prevention and Access
- The COVID-19 Response in Nebraska: How Students Answered the Call
- Baby Boomers as Caregivers: Results From the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System in 44 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, 2015–2017
- The Critical Need for a Population Health Approach: Addressing the Nation’s Behavioral Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond
- Relationship Between Muscle-Strengthening Activity and Cause-Specific Mortality in a Large US Cohort
- A Volunteer Program in Maine to Transport Community Members to Health Care Appointments
- An Overview of Social Media Use in the Field of Public Health Nutrition: Benefits, Scope, Limitations, and a Latin American Experience
- Food Swamps Surrounding Schools in Three Areas of Guatemala