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Journal of Health Monitoring - Issues 2020


JoHM 2/2020 - Health and health care of women aged 50 years and older – Results of the research project Frauen 5.0

Mature woman talk with her doctor about health in clinic © Zoran PucarevicIssue 2/2020 of the Journal of Health Monitoring reports on the results of the research project Frauen 5.0, which focuses on the health and health care of women aged 50 years and older.

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JoHM S3/2020 - Evidence-based Public Health for Public Health Action – Proceedings of an international workshop at the Robert Koch Institute

Vortragssituation. © kasto / fotoliaSpecial Issue S3/2020 documents the 2018 international workshop Evidence-based Public Health for Public Health Action organised by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) in Berlin.

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JoHM S2/2020 - Influencing factors of obesity in school-age children and adolescents – A systematic review of the literature in the context of obesity monitoring

Fotolia_111515061_L ©Win Nondakowit - stock.adobe.comIn Special Issue S2/2020, a systematic review of the literature was conducted which served to identify over 80 relevant factors that influence the development of obesity in school-age children and adolescents.

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JoHM S1/2020 - The health of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people

Fahne_AdobeStock_88756348 ©RobertNyholm - stock.adobe.comIn Special Issue S1/2020, a narrative review of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) health was conducted including international and German reviews, meta-analyses and population-based studies. The focus of this article is the legal, social and medical recognition as well as health status of LGBTI people in Germany.

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JoHM 1/2020 - Dietary Behaviour in Germany

AdobeStock_190345897 © M.studio - stock.adobe.comHow often do 12- to 17-year-olds in Germany eat fast food? Are energy drinks still popular in this age group? How many children consume organic food daily? And how often do employ-ees eat at canteens that offer healthy food choices? Issue 1/2020 of the Journal of Health Monitoring provides answers to these and further questions on dietary behaviour in Germany.

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