All Relations between feeding and belief

Publication Sentence Publish Date Extraction Date Species
Sean White, Alicia O'Cathain, Vanessa Halliday, Michael Bradburn, Christopher J McDermot. Supporting people with Motor Neuron Disease (MND) to make decisions about gastrostomy feeding tube placement: a survey of UK healthcare professionals' practice and beliefs. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis & frontotemporal degeneration. 2024-02-10. PMID:38337170. supporting people with motor neuron disease (mnd) to make decisions about gastrostomy feeding tube placement: a survey of uk healthcare professionals' practice and beliefs. 2024-02-10 2024-02-12 Not clear
Mariaan Cloete, Esedra Krüger, Jeannie Van der Linde, Marien A Graham, Sarveshvari B Pilla. South African speech-language therapists' practices regarding feeding tube placement in people with advanced dementia. The South African journal of communication disorders = Die Suid-Afrikaanse tydskrif vir Kommunikasieafwykings. vol 69. issue 1. 2022-12-22. PMID:36546518. furthermore, slt practices and beliefs regarding tube feeding in people with advanced dementia in an upper-middle-income country, such as south africa, are unexplored. 2022-12-22 2023-08-14 Not clear
Nancy S Weinfield, Christopher E Anderso. Postpartum Symptoms of Depression are Related to Infant Feeding Practices in a National WIC Sample. Journal of nutrition education and behavior. 2021-12-21. PMID:34930709. to examine the association between elevated maternal postpartum depression symptoms and select targets of nutrition education within the special supplemental nutrition program for women, infants, and children (wic), including infant feeding beliefs, feeding practices, and dietary intake choices. 2021-12-21 2023-08-13 Not clear
Antonio Cepeda-Benit. Nicotine Effects, Body Weight Concerns and Smoking: A Literature Review. Current pharmaceutical design. vol 26. issue 20. 2020-12-22. PMID:32233995. the present review contextualizes the role of nicotine and smoking sensory stimulation on maintaining smoking, describes nicotine's effects on feeding behavior and body weight, and explores the impact of smoking outcome expectancies, including the belief that nicotine suppresses appetite and body weight, on the decision to smoke or vape (use of e-cigarettes). 2020-12-22 2023-08-13 human
Sanjeev Kumar, Puneet Rathore, Shweta, V Krishnapriya, Nengneivah Haokip, Alice Thankachan, Sushma Bhatnagar, Balbir Kuma. Why I Can't Breastfeed My New-born Baby? Psychosocial Dilemma of a COVID-Positive Post-LSCS Mother. Indian journal of palliative care. vol 26. issue Suppl 1. 2020-10-23. PMID:33088107. her psychological concerns include distrust on covid report, belief of unjust isolation, lack of family support, loneliness, feeling of not breast feeding her baby, fear, anxiety, anger, stress, and depression. 2020-10-23 2023-08-13 Not clear
Joy W Douglas, Lori W Turner, Linda L Knol, Amy C Ellis, Ann C Godfrey, Jeannine C Lawrenc. The Attitudes Toward Tube-Feeding in Advanced Dementia (ATT-FAD) Questionnaire: A Valid and Reliable Tool. Journal of nutrition in gerontology and geriatrics. vol 37. issue 3-4. 2019-10-18. PMID:30513275. this study developed and validated a theory-based questionnaire to assess the knowledge, beliefs, and attitudes of rds regarding feeding tube use among older adults with advanced dementia. 2019-10-18 2023-08-13 Not clear
E C Rowe, W J Browne, R A Casey, T J Gruffydd-Jones, J K Murra. Early-life risk factors identified for owner-reported feline overweight and obesity at around two years of age. Preventive veterinary medicine. vol 143. 2018-03-29. PMID:28622790. six factors were significantly associated with overweight/obesity at two years of age: being overweight or obese at one year of age (or=10.6, 95%ci 4.4-25.3); owner belief that bcs 7 was the ideal weight (or=33.2, 95%ci 8.5-129.4), or that bcs represented overweight cats but they would not be concerned if their cat were classified in this category (or=2.7, 95%ci 1.2-6.2), at questionnaire five completion; vets advising owners that the cat should lose weight, or making no comment on their weight, between one and two years of age (or=12.1, 95%ci 3.2-44.9 and or=3.9, 95%ci 1.5-10.3 respectively); owners giving their cat treats when they "felt happy" with them at 18 months of age (or=2.7, 95%ci 1.0 - 7.3); feeding ≥250g wet food daily between two and six months of age (or=2.7, 95%ci 1.2-5.9), and feeding dry food as the only or major part (>50%) of the diet at two years of age (or=2.1, 95%ci 1.0-4.2). 2018-03-29 2023-08-13 cat
Nicole H Rogers, Heidi Walsh, Oscar Alvarez-Garcia, Seongjoon Park, Bruce Gaylinn, Michael O Thorner, Roy G Smit. Metabolic Benefit of Chronic Caloric Restriction and Activation of Hypothalamic AGRP/NPY Neurons in Male Mice Is Independent of Ghrelin. Endocrinology. vol 157. issue 4. 2016-08-17. PMID:26812158. in contrast to the widely held belief that endogenous ghrelin regulates food intake, cr increased expression of hypothalamic agrp and npy, with reduced expression of pomc across genotypes. 2016-08-17 2023-08-13 mouse
R H Harwoo. Feeding decisions in advanced dementia. The journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. vol 44. issue 3. 2016-05-26. PMID:25318402. careful assessment for potentially treatable causes of swallowing and appetite problems, honest communication about uncertainties over prognosis and the impact of interventions and ascertainment of individuals' values and beliefs make for better care for people with dementia and better decisions about feeding. 2016-05-26 2023-08-13 human
Gail Potter, Tammie Clarke, Susan Hackett, Maureen Littl. Nursing students and geriatric care: the influence of specific knowledge on evolving values, attitudes, and actions. Nurse education in practice. vol 13. issue 5. 2014-04-03. PMID:23465846. nineteen student participants provided qualitative data on their values and beliefs about nursing older adults prior to their attendance at a 1-h session teaching about two assessment tools: spices (sleep disorders, problems with feeding, incontinence, confusion, evidence of falls, skin breakdown) and bpi-sf (brief pain inventory-short form). 2014-04-03 2023-08-12 human
Ruth Palan Lopez, Elaine J Amella, Susan L Mitchell, Neville E Strump. Nurses' perspectives on feeding decisions for nursing home residents with advanced dementia. Journal of clinical nursing. vol 19. issue 5-6. 2010-08-24. PMID:20500304. to develop a broad understanding of nursing beliefs, knowledge and roles in feeding decisions for nursing home residents with advanced dementia. 2010-08-24 2023-08-12 Not clear
Helen M Sharp, Joseph W Sheg. Feeding tube placement in patients with advanced dementia: the beliefs and practice patterns of speech-language pathologists. American journal of speech-language pathology. vol 18. issue 3. 2009-09-02. PMID:19106205. feeding tube placement in patients with advanced dementia: the beliefs and practice patterns of speech-language pathologists. 2009-09-02 2023-08-12 Not clear
J Jambunatha. Hmong cultural practices and beliefs: the postpartum period. Clinical nursing research. vol 4. issue 3. 1995-09-14. PMID:7633342. data analysis revealed cultural practices and beliefs categories related to diet, rest period, appropriate clothing, breast feeding, and sex practices in the postpartum period. 1995-09-14 2023-08-12 Not clear
P A Forsyth, H P Weingarten, S M Collin. Role of oropharyngeal stimulation in cholecystokinin-induced satiety in the sham feeding rat. Physiology & behavior. vol 35. issue 4. 1986-01-16. PMID:4070427. the belief that oropharyngeal stimulation potentiates the satiety produced by cholecystokinin (cck) is based on the demonstration that the ability of 20% pure cck to suppress feeding is enhanced the closer it is injected to a meal. 1986-01-16 2023-08-11 rat