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  1. A descriptive study of gambling practices and problem gambling among internal migrants in Muse, Northern Shan, Myanmar.

    Authors: Aung Seng L., Hong S.A., Tiraphat S.
    Journal: Nagoya J. Med. Sci. 81: 2019; (133-141).
  2. An exploratory study on the roles of Bhutanese primary health care managers in responding to childhood obesity.

    Authors: Wangmo C., Tejativaddhana P., Cruickshank M., Briggs D.
    Journal: Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development. 10(9): 2019; (970-975).
  3. Alcohol use among adults in Kenya: Results from the National Non-Communicable Diseases Risk Factor survey, 2015.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa. 29(1): 2019; (49-53).
  4. A survey of the training of traditional, complementary, and alternative medicine in universities in Thailand.

    Authors: Peltzer K.,Pengpid S.
    Journal: Journal of Multidisciplinary Health Care. 2019; (119-124).
  5. Association Between Fruit/Vegetable Consumption and Mental-Health-Related Quality of Life, Major Depression, and Generalized Anxiety Disorder: A Longitudinal Study in Thailand.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal Psychiatry Behavior Science. 2019; (1-6).
  6. Alcohol use and misuse among school-going adolescents in Thailand: Results of a national survey in 2015.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2019; (1-12).
  7. Alcohol use and misuse among school-going adolescents in Laos: Investigating socio-ecological factors.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Child Adolesc Health. 12(2): 2019; (197-204).
  8. Bullying victimization and externalizing and internalizing symptoms among in-school adolescents from five ASEAN countries

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Children and Youth Services Review. 106: 2019; (1-7).
  9. Behavioral Risk Factors of Non-Communicable Diseases Among A Nationally Representative Sample of School-Going Adolescents In Indonesia.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: International Journal of General Mecicine. 12: 2019; (387-394).
  10. Biogas Production by Co-Digestion of Canteen Food Waste and Domestic Wastewater under Organic Loading Rate and Temperature Optimization.

    Authors: Rattanapan C., Sinchai L., Suksaroj T., Kantachote D., Ounsaneha W.
    Journal: Environments. 6(2): 2019; (1-12).
  11. Correlates of physical activity among adults with anxiety symptoms in South Africa.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa. 29(4): 2019; (361-365).
  12. Correlates of sedentary behavior among university student with depression from 22 low and middle income countries.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment. 2019; (1-7).
  13. Cognitive Functioning and Associated Factors in Older Adults: Results from the Indonesian Family Life Survey-5 (IFLS-5) in 2014-2015.

    Authors: Pengpid S.,Peltzer K.
    Journal: Current Gerontology and Geriatrics Research. 2019; (1-7).
  14. Cannabis and amphetamine use and socio-ecological (proximal and distal) factors among school-going adolescents in four countries in the Caribbean and four countries in South America.

    Authors: Peltzer K., Pengpid S.
    Journal: Journal Adolesc Med Health. 2019.
  15. Concurrent binge drinking and current tobacco use and its social and health correlates among adults in Laos.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Vonglokham M., Kounnavong s., Sychareun V., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment. 29(3): 2019; (403–414).
  16. Contributors to Childhood Obesity in Bhutan: The Views of PHC Workers and School Staff.

    Authors: Wangmo A., Tejativaddhana P., Cruickshank M., Briggs D.
    Journal: Texila International Journal of Public Health. 7(3): 2019; (1-6).
  17. Dietary Diversity, Social Support and Stunting among Children Aged 6-59 Months in an Internally Displaced Persons Camp in Kayin State, Myanmar.

    Authors: Hein K.A., Hong S.A., Puckpinyo A., Tejativaddhana P.
    Journal: Clinical Nutrition Research. 8(4): 2019; (1-11).
  18. Early Adolescent Patterns of Alcohol and Tobacco Use in Eight Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) Member States.

    Authors: Hong S.A., Peltzer k.
    Journal: Substance Use and Misuse. 54(2): 2019; (288-296).
  19. Effects of tobacco use on non-adherence to antiretroviral therapy among HIV-positive patients in South Africa.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa. 29(3): 2019; (265-269).
  20. Early Substance Use Initiation And Psychological Distress Among Adolescents In Five ASEAN Countries: A Cross-Sectional Study.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Psychology Research and Behavior Management. 12: 2019; (1003-1008).
  21. High Carbonated Soft Drink Intake is Associated with Health Risk Behavior and Poor Mental Health among School-Going Adolescents in Six Southeast Asian Countries.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Environmental Research and Public Health. 2019; (1-9).
  22. Determinants of quality of life among people living with HIV in the hilly region of Myanmar.

    Authors: Myo Mie Mie Tun, Mongkolchati A., Myo Nyein Aung, Min Yu Aung & Laosee O.
    Journal: Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services. 18(4): 2019; (367-381).
  23. High carbonated soft drink consumption is associated with externalizing and internalizing behaviour among in-school adolescents in the Seychelles.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Child Adolesc Health. 12(2): 2019; (213-221).
  24. HIV status, knowledge, attitudes and behaviour of persons with and without disability in South Africa: evidence from a national population-based survey.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal PanAfrican Medical. 2019; (1-7).
  25. High carbonated soft drink consumption is associated with externalizing but not internalizing behaviours among university students in five ASEAN states.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Psychology Research and Behavior Management. 12: 2019; (585-592).
  26. High Sedentary Behavior Is Associated with Depression among Rural South Africans.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2019; (1-9).
  27. High Sedentary Behaviour and Low Physical Activity are Associated with Anxiety and Depression in Myanmar and Vietnam.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.16(1251): 2019; (1-9).
  28. High sedentary behavior and low physical activity are associated with lower health related quality of life in Myanmar and Vietnam.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Cogent Psychology. 6(1): 2019; (1-10).
  29. High psychological distress among school-going adolescents in Afghanista: prevalence and correlates from a national survey.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies. 2019; (1-8).
  30. High alcohol use and misuse in a representative sample of in-school adolescents in the Seychelles.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa. 29(5): 2019; (505-510).
  31. High alcohol use and misuse among a national sample of school adolescents in Benin in 2016.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy. 2019; (1-6).
  32. Impact of Application of Sufficiency Economy Philosophy on the Well-Being of Thai Population: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Relevant Studies.

    Authors: Barua P., Tejativaddhana P.
    Journal: Journal of Population and Social Studies. 27(3): 2019; (195-219).
  33. Knowledge attitudes and practices regarding tuberculosis in Timor-leste: Results from the demographic and health Survey 2016.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal of Preventive Medicine and Public Health. 52(2): 2019; (115-122).
  34. Leisure-Time Sedentary Behavior Is Associated with Psychological Distress and Substance Use among School-Going A dolescents in Five Southeast Asian Countries: A Cross-Sectional Study.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2019; (1-10).
  35. Leadership and management competencies required for Bhutanese primary health care managers in reforming the district health system.

    Authors: Dorji K., Tejativaddhana P., Siripornpibul T., Cruickshank M., Briggs D.
    Journal: Journal of Healthcare Leadership. 11: 2019; (13-21).
  36. Loneliness correlates and associations with health variables in the general population in Indonesia.

    Authors: Peltzer K. ,Pengpid S.
    Journal: Journal of Mental Health Systems. 13(1): 2019; (1-11).
  37. Motivational Factors Influencing Retention of Village Health Workers in Rural Communities of Bhutan.

    Authors: Tshering D., Tejativaddhana P., Siripornpibul T., Cruickshank M., Briggs D.
    Journal: Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health. 31(5): 2019; (433-442).
  38. Operationalizing One Health Employing Social-Ecological Systems Theory: Lessons From the Greater Mekong Sub-region.

    Authors: Bruce A. Wilcox, Alonso Aguirre, Nicole De Paula, Boripat Siriaroonrat and Pierre Echaubard.
    Journal: Frontiers in Public Health. 7(85): 2019; (1-12).
  39. Prevalence and socio-behavioral factors associated with sugar-sweetened beverages consumption among 15 years and older persons in South Africa.

    Authors: Pengpid S. ,Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity: Targets and Therapy. 12: 2019; (937-945).
  40. Prevalence and Determinants of Problem Gambling among Internal Migrants in Muse, Myanmar, near the Border with China.

    Authors: Aung Seng La,Hong Ah S.
    Journal: Journal of Mental Health and Addiction. 2019.
  41. Prevalence and Associated Factors of Frailty in Community-Dwelling Older Adults in Indonesia, 2014-2015.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Environmental Research and Public Health. 2019; (1-13).
  42. Prevalence and factors associated with overweight or obesity and underweight among school adolescents in Oman, 2015.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal Public Health. 11(3): 2019; (265-271).
  43. Physical attacks and physical fighting among in-school adolescents in Bangladesh: Prevalence and correlates.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal Public Health. 11(3): 2019; (273-279).
  44. Prevalence and correlates of behavioural risk factors of non-communicable diseases among adolescents in Thailand: Results of a national school survey in 2015.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal Public Health. 11(3): 2019; (281-288).
  45. Prevalence and associated factors of oral and hand hygiene behaviour among adolescents in Afghanistan.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal Public Health. 11(3): 2019; (295-301).
  46. Prevalence and associated factors of physical attacks and physical fighting among in-school adolescents from five ASEAN countries.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal Public Health. 11(3): 2019; (323-330).
  47. Prevalence and associated factors of different levels of physical activity in a national survey of adults in Laos.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal for Physical Activity and Health Sciences. 25(4): 2019; (481-489).
  48. Prevalence and correlates of unintentional and intentional non-fatal injury among men and women in kenya.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Gender&Behaviour. 17(4): 2019; (14091-14100).ISSN: 1596-9231
  49. Prevalence of tuancy in a national sample of school going adolescents in Laos is associated with potential risk and protective factors.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Children and Youth Services Review. 107: 2019; (1-5).
  50. Prevelence and Predictors of Current and Fomer Tobacco Use among Older Adults in Indonesia.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Asian Pac J Cancer Prev. 20(2): 2019; (395-401).
  51. Parental misperception of child’s weight and related factors within family norms.

    Authors: Hong S.A, Peltzer K., Jalayondeja C
    Journal: Eat Weight Disord. 24: 2019; (557-564).
  52. Prevalence and correlates of underweight and overweight/obesity among women in India: results from the National Family Health Survey 2015-2016.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity: Targets and Therapy. 12: 2019; (647-653).
  53. Prevalence and correlates of past 12-month suicide attempt among in-school adolescents in Guatemala.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Psychology Research and Behavior Management. 12: 2019; (523-529).
  54. Prevalence and Correlates of Behavioral Non-Communicable Diseases Risk Factors among Adolescetns in the Seychelles: Results of a National School Survey in 2015.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 16(15): 2019; (1-11).
  55. Prevalence and determinants of poor sleep quality and depression among postpartum women: a community-based study in Ramechhap district, Nepal.

    Authors: Khadka R., Hong S.A., Chang Yan S.
    Journal: International Health. 2019; (1-7).
  56. Rural-urban differ4ences in socioeconomic inequality trends for double burden of malnutrition in Thailand 2005-2016.

    Authors: Hong S.A., Winichagoon P., Khang Y.
    Journal: European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2019.
  57. Self-Rated Oral Health Status And Social And Health Determinants Among 35-65 Year-Old Persons In One Region In Myanmar: A Cross-Sectional Study.

    Authors: Isareethika J., Khin Chaw Su Su Htun., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dentistry. 11: 2019; (339-348).
  58. Swimming skill development among rural children under limited infrastructure: The stakeholders’ perspectives.

    Authors: Laosee O., Somrongthong R.
    Journal: Journal of Public Health Research and Development. 10(3): 2019; (311-315).
  59. Sedentary Behaviour and 12 Sleep Problem Indicators among Middle-Aged and Elderly Adults in South Africa.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal Environ Res. Public Health. 16(8): 2019; (E1422).
  60. Sedentary Behaviour, Physical Activity and Life Satisfaction, Happiness and Perceived Health Status in Univesity Students from 24 Countries.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2019; (1-7).
  61. Sociodemographic and health correlates of physical activity among the general adult population in Kenya.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal for Physical Activity and Health Sciences (AJPHES).25(2): 2019; (174-183).
  62. Spousal Violence Victimization and perpetration among female adolescents and adults in india: Results of the 2015-2016 National Family Health Survey.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Gender & Behaviour. 17(2): 2019; (12991-12998).
  63. Self-rated oral health status and social and health determinants among community dwelling adults in kenya.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: African Health Sciences. 19(4): 2019; (3146-3153).
  64. Sedentary behaviour and sleep problems among young, middle-aged, and older persons in South Africa: A brief report.

    Authors: Peltzer K. ,Pengpid S.
    Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa. 29(4): 2019; (401-404).
  65. Tobacco use and associated factors among men and women in kenya: results from the national non-communicable diseases risk factor survey, 2015.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Gender & Behaviour. 17(2): 2019; (12784-12790).
  66. Trends of dietary behaviour, physical activity, interpersonal violence and hand hygiene behaviour among school-going adolescents in Oman: cross-sectional national surveys from 2005, 2010 and 2015.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
  67. The Association between Green Space and the Prevalence of Overweight/ Obesity among Primary School Children.

    Authors: Manandhar S.,Suksaroj T.T., Rattanapan C.
    Journal: The international Journal of occupational. 2019; (1-10).
  68. The prevalence, awareness, treatment, and control of hypertension among adults: the first cross sectional national population-based survey in Laos.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Vonglokham M., Kounnavong S., Sychareun V., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Vascular Health and Risk Management. 15: 2019; (27-33).
  69. The Prevalence and Social Determints of Fruit and Vegetable Consumption and Its Associations With Noncommunicable Diseases Risk Factors Among Adults in Laos.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Vonglokham M., Kounnavong S., Sychareun V., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal of Public Health. 31(2): 2019; (157-166).
  70. Two-year results of a community-based randomized controlled lifestyle intervention trial to control prehypertension and/or prediabetes in Thailand: a brief report.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K., PJayasvasti I., Aekplakorn W., Puckpinyo A., Nanthananate P., Mansin A.
    Journal: International Journal of General Medicine. 12: 2019; (131-135).
  71. The Association between Green space and the prevalence of overweight/obesity among primary school children.

    Authors: Manandhar S. Tachapattaworakul S.T., Rattanapan C.
    Journal: Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 10(1): 2019; (1-10).
  72. Use of traditional medicines and traditional practitioners by children in Indonesia: findings from a national population survey in 2014-2015.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare. 12: 2019; (291-298).
  73. Unintentional injuries and socio-psychological correlates among school-going adolescents in four ASEAN countries.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: . International Journal of General Medicine. 12: 2019; (263-271).
  74. Underweight and overweight or obesity and associated factors among school-going adolescents in five ASEAN countries 2015.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research and Reviews. 13(6): 2019; (3075-3080).
  75. Underweight and overweight or obesity and associated factors among male and female school –going adolescents in the Maldives.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Gender&Behaviour. 17(4): 2019; (14082-14090). ISSN: 1596-9231
  76. Unintentional injuries and socio-psychological correlates among school-going adolescents in Mozambique.

    Authors: Pengpid S., Peltzer K.
    Journal: Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies. 2019; (1-8).
  77. Vector-borne disease and climate change adaptation in African dryland social-ecological systems.

    Authors: Bruce A. Wilcox, Pierre Echaubard, Michel de Garine-wichatitsky and Bernadette Ramirez.
    Journal: Infectious Diseases of Poverty. 2019; (1-12).

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