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Socio-Demographic and Coping Correlates of Depressive Symptoms among Low-Income and Ethnic Minority Mothers
In published studies, 15% to 75% of low-income and ethnic minority mothers report high levels of depressive symptoms in published studies. Few studies have explored socio-demographic and coping correlates of depressive ...
Strategies for Coping with a Depressed Mood in Low-Income and Ethnic Minority Mothers at-Risk
15% to 75% of multi-ethnic mothers experience high levels of depressive symptoms, but few seek treatment. Ways of coping impact the levels and onset of depressive symptoms. Coping styles, including treatment seeking for ...
School readiness and social determinants of health: a collaboration with community, teachers and parents
Only 48% of preschool-aged children from low-income families are ready for school at the age of 5 years compared to 75% of children from high income families. Children from under resourced communities are impacted by Social ...
Health disparities: the effects of race/ethnicity and maternal education on infant mortality
New Jersey has among the highest racial disparity between African American/Black vs White infant mortality (8.8 compared to 2.3 per 1000 live births). In published studies, Black/African American - White racial disparity ...
Strategies for coping with a depressed mood in low income and ethnic minority mothers at risk
(Philippine Nurses Association of America, 2021-01)