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Perceived risk, behavior changes and Health-related outcomes during COVID-19 pandemic: Findings among adults with and without diabetes in China
( Elsevier Ireland Ltd , 2020 , Article)
Aims: To examine perceived infection risk of COVID-19 and the health and related behavior changes among people with diabetes, compared with people without diabetes, and to examine factors associated with self-reported ...
Income-related health inequality among Chinese adults during the COVID-19 pandemic: evidence based on an online survey.
( BMC , 2021 , Article)
Partial- or full-lockdowns, among other interventions during the COVID-19 pandemic, may disproportionally affect people (their behaviors and health outcomes) with lower socioeconomic status (SES). This study examines ...
COVID-19, Diabetes, and Associated Health Outcomes in China: Results from a Nationwide Survey of 10 545 Adults
( Thieme Gruppe , 2021 , Article)
This study examined the associations between diabetes and self-reported/familial COVID-19 infection and investigated health-related outcomes among those with diabetes during China's nationwide quarantine. The 2020 China ...
Mental distress and its associations with behavioral outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic: a national survey of Chinese adults
( Elsevier , 2021 , Article)
ObjectivesThis study aimed to evaluate associations between mental distress and COVID-19-related changes in behavioral outcomes and potential modifiers (age, gender, educational attainment) of such associations. Study ...