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Evaluating the Feasibility and Acceptability of a Mobile Health–Based Female Community Health Volunteer Program for Hypertension Control in Rural Nepal: Cross-Sectional Study

Evaluating the Feasibility and Acceptability of a Mobile Health–Based Female Community Health Volunteer Program for Hypertension Control in Rural Nepal: Cross-Sectional Study

Training content was developed specifically for this study by our study coordinator Jingru Tan and the two physicians by adapting content from the World Health Organization’s Protocol titled “Prevention of Heart Attacks, Strokes, and Kidney Disease through

Zhao Ni, Namratha Atluri, Ryan J Shaw, Jingru Tan, Kinza Khan, Helena Merk, Yunfan Ge, Shrinkhala Shrestha, Abha Shrestha, Lavanya Vasudevan, Biraj Karmacharya, Lijing L Yan

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(3):e15419

Design and Feasibility of a Text Messaging Intervention to Prevent Indoor Tanning Among Young Adult Women: A Pilot Study

Design and Feasibility of a Text Messaging Intervention to Prevent Indoor Tanning Among Young Adult Women: A Pilot Study

Avoid indoor tanning to prevent skin damage.Every time you tan, you’re damaging the DNA in your skin cells. Keep your skin safe and healthy. Avoid indoor tanning to prevent skin damage.Every time you tan, you’re damaging the DNA in your skin cells.

William D Evans, Darren Mays

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(4):e137

Associations Between Emotions, Social Media Use, and Sun Exposure Among Young Women: Ecological Momentary Assessment Study

Associations Between Emotions, Social Media Use, and Sun Exposure Among Young Women: Ecological Momentary Assessment Study

Despite the health implications of exposure to ultraviolet light, young women often express a desire to have tan skin and believe having a tan makes them look healthier [4].

Jessica Fitts Willoughby, Jessica Gall Myrick, Stephanie Gibbons, Clark Kogan

JMIR Dermatol 2020;3(1):e18371

A One-Step, Streamlined Children’s Vision Screening Solution Based on Smartphone Imaging for Resource-Limited Areas: Design and Preliminary Field Evaluation

A One-Step, Streamlined Children’s Vision Screening Solution Based on Smartphone Imaging for Resource-Limited Areas: Design and Preliminary Field Evaluation

Assuming the frontal plane pixel scale is α mm per pixel, the eyeball diameter is d mm, and the gap between the camera and the flash is ignorable, the axial deviations of each eye from the camera/flash-ocular axis is as follows:Θhorizontal, left=tan–1(2αΔxL

Shuoxin Ma, Yongqing Guan, Yazhen Yuan, Yuan Tai, Tan Wang

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(7):e18226

College Students’ Attitudes and Behaviors Related to Sun Safety and Appearance in Relation to Health Information-Seeking Behavior and Social Media Use: Cross-Sectional Study

College Students’ Attitudes and Behaviors Related to Sun Safety and Appearance in Relation to Health Information-Seeking Behavior and Social Media Use: Cross-Sectional Study

College-aged individuals, particularly women, are among individuals that frequently tan [15,16] and use social media [13]. As social media is so widespread, there are potential risks in spreading messages that could endanger health.

Corey H Basch, Grace C Hillyer, Rachelle-Ann Romero, Sarah A MacLean, Danna Ethan

JMIR Dermatol 2018;1(2):e10984

Testing Wearable UV Sensors to Improve Sun Protection in Young Adults at an Outdoor Festival: Field Study

Testing Wearable UV Sensors to Improve Sun Protection in Young Adults at an Outdoor Festival: Field Study

, n (%).15My skin would not burn at all99 (14.9)78 (16.4)21 (11.2)My skin would burn lightly286 (43.1)203 (42.7)83 (44.2)My skin would burn moderately228 (34.4)163 (34.3)65 (34.6)My skin would burn severely49 (7.4)31 (6.5)18 (9.6)Missing1 (0.2)1 (0.5)Skin tan

Caitlin Horsham, Jodie Antrobus, Catherine M Olsen, Helen Ford, David Abernethy, Elke Hacker

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(9):e21243

Performance of Digital Contact Tracing Tools for COVID-19 Response in Singapore: Cross-Sectional Study

Performance of Digital Contact Tracing Tools for COVID-19 Response in Singapore: Cross-Sectional Study

Physicians from the co-located Tan Tock Seng Hospital were deployed to the NCID screening center on 10-day rotating shifts to manage the center during the outbreak.

Zhilian Huang, Huiling Guo, Yee-Mun Lee, Eu Chin Ho, Hou Ang, Angela Chow

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(10):e23148

Internet-Based Computer Tailored Feedback on Sunscreen Use

Internet-Based Computer Tailored Feedback on Sunscreen Use

Parental and child skin types were assessed by asking participants to indicate whether they: burn very fast, hardly tan (type 1); burn fast, tan slowly (type 2); do not burn fast, tan easily (type 3); rarely burn, tan easily (type 4); hardly ever burn, tan

Hein de Vries, Matti Logister, Gertruud Krekels, Frits Klaasse, Verina Servranckx, Liesbeth van Osch

J Med Internet Res 2012;14(2):e48