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The current study is part of the Texas Childhood Obesity Prevention Policy Evaluation (T-COPPE) project. The T-COPPE project is a five-year project aimed to evaluate the implementation of two key childhood obesity prevention policies in Texas: 1) the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program administered through Texas Department of Transportation and 2) federal food allocation package administered through Texas Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program [18]. For evaluation of the SRTS program, researchers used a quasi-experimental design and recruited participants from 79 schools in 28 metropolitan and rural counties across Texas.

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Matching items from parent and child surveys that assessed the same construct(s) were included. Selection of observed variables for each construct was based on their theoretical relevance or the results from reliability and correlation tests [21].

Parents were asked how their 4th grade children arrive at school and leave school on most days of a week, and responses included walk, bike, school bus, family vehicle, carpool, transit, and others. The outcome variable was dichotomized as active or non-active commuter (i.e., whether or not a child walked or biked to or from school on most days of a week).

In step 2, multilevel modeling was performed to test the hypothesized pathways in the two SEM models. A two-level structure of children nested within schools was employed based on the assumption that similar active commuting patterns may be clustered among children attending the same schools [35]. Again, WLSMV was used as the recommended and default estimator in Mplus for modeling binary outcomes. Model fit was evaluated based on the following fit indices: the Bentler comparative fit index (CFI), the Tucker-Lewis index (TLI), the root mean square error of approximation (RMSEA) and its 90% confidence interval, and the weighted root mean square residual (WRMR) [31,36]. To improve model fit, we re-specified the models based on modification indices. Item-to-factor loadings, factor correlations, and path coefficients for the measurement and structural models were inspected for sign and/or for magnitude.

Previous studies have reported that children living in urban neighborhoods with supportive infrastructure (e.g., availability of sidewalks and positive land uses) and social norms were more likely to walk or bike to schools [44]. However, our data suggested that children from rural schools were more likely to be active commuters. With a small percentage of children from rural schools (13.9%), we failed to conduct a multiple group comparison; future studies with larger sample sizes are needed to detect the underlying reasons preventing rural children from walking or biking to school.

In 2011, an interdisciplinary committee of health care professionals, parents of children with CF, and an adult with CF developed the scope of the guidelines using the population, intervention, comparison, and outcomes (PICO) format. A systematic review of the literature was performed to address the PICO questions. The committee used the Grading of Recommendations, Assessment, Development, and Evaluation (GRADE) system to describe the strength of evidence for recommendations adopted from other sources such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization. However, limited evidence was found by the systematic review for other recommendations and the GRADE system could not be used. These IPC recommendations for CF were made based on expert consensus (anonymous voting with at least 80 percent agreement by the committee members).

E-books come in a variety of formats (e.g., Kindle, Adobe Digital Editions, EPub, HTML, and more) and can be read on a variety of devices (e.g., e-readers like the Kindle, Nook, and Sony Reader, as well as on personal computers and mobile devices through online portals such as NetLibrary, ebrary, and Google Books). This post shows how to cite any e-book in APA Style.

The number of women in prisons has been growing steadily from approximately 17,000 in 1980 (10 per 100,000 women) to 120,000 today (70 per 100,000). Black females are imprisoned at a rate nearly three times as high as white females, and seven out of ten imprisoned women have minor children.

The impact of incarceration on the family is devastating. One of every 15 black children has an incarcerated parent, compared to one of every 110 white children. Research has shown that children of incarcerated parents are six times more likely to be incarcerated themselves during their lifetimes [34]. More research must be done to improve our understanding of the long-term impact of this reality.

Homicide is the absolute measurement of violence, revealing the unquestionable ethnic disparity. However, violence affects African Americans in many other ways. In 2013, higher rates of aggravated assault, child maltreatment, and fights among high school students were reported. In 2011, African American women reported higher rates of experiencing rape and physical violence by an intimate partner [49].

Access to preventive, curative, and rehabilitative care must be assured to all persons including African Americans. Access is a lifelong need. Care for the potentially pregnant women is crucial and may have long-term consequences for her and her offspring. Comprehensive care for the infant, child, and adolescent is the key to their lifelong health and also their ability to function as productive and creative people. Adults often must be reminded that there are standards for healthcare from which they will benefit, and, as the population ages, access to appropriate and comprehensive care must be assured for elderly African Americans.

While its main purpose is to provide a specification for consistent, predictable content in EPUBs, the EPUB 3 spec recognizes that it is sometimes necessary to provide things that are not covered by that specification. One way this is done is via the epub:switch element, which applies to XML fragments in content documents; it is discussed in detail in Chapter 3. But two other mechanisms are part of the package metadata: the link and bindings elements.

Now for the easiest part of all: zipping everything up to make it an .epub. The specification for this is the Open Container Format (OCF) 3.0, and it is literally a .zip file, though it uses the .epub extension. It contains all the content documents and other resources, including all the metadata that has been described in this chapter.

One requirement that often trips people up when manually creating an EPUB is that the mimetype file has to be the first file added to the ZIP container. The default zipping of an EPUB directory typically results in the META-INF directory being packaged first, leading to validation errors. See Validating unpacked EPUBs in Chapter 11 for information on how to use epubcheck to automate the packaging process and avoid this problem. Free Mac scripts to zip and unzip archives are also available at -applescripts/.

Eric A. Kurzrock's practice is dedicated to the urologic care of infants, children and adolescents. His areas of expertise include diagnosis and treatment of hypospadias, prenatal and congenital hydronephrosis, hernias, hydroceles, neurogenic bladder, sexual ambiguity, undescended testicles, urinary infection, and vesico-ureteral reflux.

3/2023Moog NK, Cummings PD, Jackson KL, Aschner JL, Barrett ES, Bastain TM, Blackwell CK, Bosquet Enlow M, Breton CV, Bush NR, Deoni SCL, Duarte CS, Ferrara A, Grant TL, Hipwell AE, Jones K, Leve LD, Lovinsky-Desir S, Miller RK, Monk C, Oken E, Posner J, Schmidt RJ, Wright RJ, Entringer S, Simhan HN, Wadhwa PD, O'Connor TG, Musci RJ, Buss C, . "Intergenerational transmission of the effects of maternal exposure to childhood maltreatment in the USA: a retrospective cohort study." The Lancet. Public health.. 2023 Mar; 8(3):e226-e237.

12/3/2022Noroña-Zhou A, Coccia M, Sullivan A, O'Connor TG, Collett BR, Derefinko K, Renner LM, Loftus CT, Roubinov D, Carroll KN, Nguyen RHN, Karr CJ, Sathyanarayana S, Barrett ES, Mason WA, LeWinn KZ, Bush NR. "A Multi-Cohort Examination of the Independent Contributions of Maternal Childhood Adversity and Pregnancy Stressors to the Prediction of Children's Anxiety and Depression." Research on child and adolescent psychopathology.. 2022 Dec 3; Epub 2022 Dec 03.

6/10/2022Yeung EH, Mendola P, Sundaram R, Lin TC, Broadney MM, Putnick DL, Robinson SL, Polinski KJ, Wactawski-Wende J, Ghassabian A, O'Connor TG, Gore-Langton RE, Stern JE, Bell E. "Conception by fertility treatment and cardiometabolic risk in middle childhood." Fertility and sterility.. 2022 Jun 10; Epub 2022 Jun 10.

6/29/2021Bachmann CJ, Beecham J, O'Connor TG, Briskman J, Scott S. "A good investment: longer-term cost savings of sensitive parenting in childhood." Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines.. 2021 Jun 29; Epub 2021 Jun 29.

1/18/2021Amiel Castro R, Glover V, Ehlert U, O'Connor TG. "Breastfeeding, prenatal depression and children's IQ and behaviour: a test of a moderation model." BMC pregnancy and childbirth.. 2021 Jan 18; 21(1):62. Epub 2021 Jan 18.

12/2019Bachmann CJ, Beecham J, O'Connor TG, Scott A, Briskman J, Scott S. "The cost of love: financial consequences of insecure attachment in antisocial youth." Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines.. 2019 Dec; 60(12):1343-1350. Epub 2019 Sep 08.

11/2017Spencer D, Pasterski V, Neufeld S, Glover V, O'Connor TG, Hindmarsh PC, Hughes IA, Acerini CL, Hines M. "Prenatal androgen exposure and children's aggressive behavior and activity level." Hormones and behavior.. 2017 Nov; 96:156-165. Epub 2017 Nov 01. 041b061a72


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