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The area of psychology which examines the problems of maintaining a healthy life style. This also include psychological health issues

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About Health Psychology - Menu page listing information available for psychological health. 4/5
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  Attitudes: Key to Health, Happiness & Longevity -Your prospects for good health and long life are remarkably dependent upon mental habits learned in childhood. These attitudes cause emotional reactions which strongly affect your immune system, circulatory system and even your risk of accidents. The strength of this correlation between attitudes and health have been grossly underestimated by the medical profession.. This web site is dedicated to helping you to improve your health, happiness and your prospects for long life by identifying bad mental habits and replacing them with proven healthy ones. 3/5
  American Psychological Association APA: Health Psychology 3/5
  Biology Dictionary - Biology is the study of living things. It is broken down into many fields, reflecting the complexity of life from the atoms and molecules of biochemistry to the interactions of millions of organisms in ecology. This biology dictionary is here to help you learn about all sorts of biology terms, principles, and life forms. Search by individual topic using the alphabetized menu. 4/5
  College of Health & Human Development   - Committed to improving the quality of your life is what the College of Health and Human Development is all about. 3/5
 
Hans Selye - The General Adaptation Syndrome (GAS).- 3/5
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HealingWell.com - Diseases, Disorders and Common illnesses.  4/5
  Health Belief Model - HEALTH BELIEF MODEL doesnīt take into account habitīs and attitudes, or mood face validity- can predict the likelihood of action cannot measure modifying factors provides link between attitudes and behaviour- EV Murray and McMillan  2/5
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Health Psychology Com - Health Psychology Com – Information and resources concerning rehabilitation and medicine. Site services include research articles and library access.  4/5
  Health Psychology and Medicine - Here at Health Psychology, we utilize a wide range of biofeedback applications, including EEG biofeedback or "brainwave training," which has many uses for drugless treatment. We also offer a wide spectrum of services in individual, couples and family counseling. A business services site more than an information site.  2/5
  Health-Related Quality of Life - CDC Mission: To promote health and quality of life by preventing and controlling disease, injury, and disability.  3/5
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International Psycho-Oncology Society and American Society of Psychosocial & Behavioral Oncology/AIDS - The mission of the American Society for Psychosocial and Behavioral Oncology/AIDS (ASPBOA) is to promote the psychological, social, and physical well being of patients with cancer, AIDS and allied diseases and their families at all stages of disease. 4/5
  Multidimensional Health Locus of Control  2/5
  Nutritional Approaches to Mental Health - Hyla Cass, M.D. An Article. 3/5
  Peripheral Nervous System - Information for medical professionals about the peripheral nervous system, including details of skeletal muscle paralysis and opioid-induced bradycardia.  3/5
  The American Telemedicine Association 3/5
  York University - Health Psychology  3/5
     
Specific Areas of Concern ( Cancer ): 
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Cancer Research UK - At first while you both get used to things. Emotional and psychological changes Cancer
doesn't just change you physically. It can cause many different emotions. 4/5
     
Specific Areas of Concern ( Diabetes): 
  Scholarly articles for diabetes psychology research
    
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