H. Peter Chase., "This book is a synopsis of the larger book, "Understanding Diabetes," 11th edition. It provides a quick summary of each of the 28 chapters. It may be easier to begin learning from this book until you are ready to read the larger book." -- Page [i], Online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed January 2016)
Cover title., This product was created by Colorado WIN Partners-Project WIN/UCDHSC. Funding was provided by the U.S. Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration, Grant Number H98A980018-02.--P. 1.
Although rates of tobacco use have generally decreased in recent years, this trend is slowing. In addition, the negative health effects of tobacco only grow. It is vital that healthcare providers understand why people use tobacco, the health effects of use, and how to assist in healthy lifestyle changes for those they serve. Healthcare providers are on the front lines for tobacco cessation and for reversing the related health disparities in priority populations., "June 2013.", "This project was made possible through funding provided by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE).", Three of the supplements are also issued in Spanish., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed December 2018)
Health and well-being are shaped by many different factors. Among these factors are health-related behaviors, such as, nutrition, physical activity, sleep, social support and stress. These behaviors affect our sense of well-being and significantly influence our risk of many common chronic diseases. Maintaining a healthy weight is an important part of good health. Research indicates that being either underweight or overweight is associated with poor health outcomes and increased risk of death. Obesity contributes to many health problems, including heart disease, diabetes, stroke, and some types of cancer, which are some of the leading causes of death in the United States. Obesity can also contribute to lower quality of life, difficulty being active, mental health conditions, and costly medical care. However, obesity and other physical health issues can be prevented or managed by healthy lifestyle choices., "June 2013.", "This project was made possible through funding provided by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE).", Three of the supplements are also issued in Spanish., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed December 2018)
This plan is unique because it creates a long-term context and vision for the eventual relocation of all of the education, research, service, and patient care programs from the current campus at 9th Avenue and Colorado Boulevard to 217 acres at the site of the Fitzsimons Army Garrison in Aurora. The plan describes a strategy to relocate most of the core programs of the two institutions within twelve years. In addition, specific program and facility initiatives that are anticipated to develop with in the next five years at both sites are outlined, "September 25, 1998.", Online resource; title from PDF running title (viewed May 2017)
High rates of low birth weight deliveries and infant mortality are persistent public health problems. there has been little improvement in rates of low birth weight and preterm births in the past 20 years. Equally disturbing is the persistent disparity in low-income and minority communities, where the rates of prematurity and low birth weight are twice the national average., "June 9, 2003.", Includes bibliographical references., Mode of access: World Wide Web.