Part 2 of this article continues the discussion of individual-level theories of health promotion and what motivates people to live healthy lifestyles.
There’s no need to lunge for the storm shelter when those annoying screeches belt out on televisions and radios across the country at 2:20 PM EDT on August 7. It’s just a test.
It’s Shark Week again, that annual event originally devoted to conservation and correcting the many misconceptions about sharks.
The NCS's publication, “Theory at a Glance,” includes several theories to predict or explain why we adopt a health behavior at the individual level.
The Trump administration is proposing an ambitious plan to slow Western wildfires by bulldozing, mowing or revegetating large swaths of land along 11,000 miles (17,700 kilometers) of terrain in the West.
According to the World Health Organization, health is a “complete state of physical, mental and social well-being, not the mere absence of disease or infirmity.
While politicians assert that many issues of concern should not be hamstrung by politics, EDM deserves a safe space from acrimonious public policy issues.
The 2011 hospital fire in Kolkata, India, serves as a lesson in understanding how policy and administration are directly tied to emergencies.
Despite the horrific and tragic deaths of seven New Hampshire motorcyclists, the "Live Free or Die" state won't change its helmet laws any time soon.