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Systematic literature search on health promotion strategies for adults with intellectual disabilities / by Krista Mills.
Intellectual disability (ID) is not a disease itself, rather it is a condition that is characterized by significant limitations in both intellectual functioning and adaptation in conceptual and practical skills (van ...
Walking through anxiety : examining the role of expectancy in exercise / by Thomas Newman.
Exercise has consistently been found to reduce anxiety (Petruzello, Landers, Hatfield, Kubitz, & Salazar, 1991). However, the mechanisms underlying the effect of exercise on anxiety are unknown. The present study evaluated ...
Understanding adolescent pregnancy through adolescent perspectives : a critical review of the literature / by Amanda Allison.
Adolescent pregnancy remains an issue of great concern in Canada, and other developed countries around the world. In 2005, more than 30,000 Canadian teens became pregnant, representing almost 7% of all pregnancies ...
Bad medicine : a critique of health care discourse on Aboriginal populations in Canada / by Andrew Lodge.
For many years, voices from Aboriginal populations living in Canada have called attention to the fact that significant challenges exist to their pursuit of good health and well-being. Unsurprisingly, perhaps, this trend ...
Thermophilic and mesophilic aerobic biological treatment of wastewater / by Shawn Langevin.
"To achieve closed cycle operation and subsequent reuse of treated effluent, individual streams of pulp and paper mill effluents are being evaluated for their suitability fur in-mill treatment. This thesis includes two ...
Selected ion flow tube-mass spectrometry in plant volatile compound analysis
Four monoterpenes and two monoterpenoids, (+)- and DL-limonene, (1S)-(3) carene, terpinolene, cineol and rose oxide, respectively, were studied using selected ion flow tube-mass spectrometry. Specifically, the reactions ...
Exploring opportunities and constraints associated with protected areas in Northern Ontario, Canada / by Izabela Anna Wozniczka.
In recent years, there have been increasingly more protected areas established as an attempt to preserve the biodiversity of coastal and terrestrial ecosystems. In Canada, government agencies have set a goal to protect 12% ...
Aging with a long-term physical impairment: An ever-changing process
The experience of people aging with long-term physical impairments is a relatively new area of research which requires further attention. There will be more people who reach old age who have lived with a long-term physical ...
Impact of the Ontario Works program on the quality of life of Aboriginal people living on reserve in Northern Ontario / by Janis Yahn.
An important goal for many First Nations communities is to increase the economic health and development of their community by assisting community members to become employable through education and training programs as well ...
Evaluating a toolkit to assist rural communities in developing end of life care [research project] / by Hilary Mettam.
Study location : Emo, Northwestern Ontario.