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Conurbation, Urban, and Rural Living as Determinants of Allergies and Infectious Diseases: Royal College of General Practitioners Research and Surveillance Centre Annual Report 2016-2017

Conurbation, Urban, and Rural Living as Determinants of Allergies and Infectious Diseases: Royal College of General Practitioners Research and Surveillance Centre Annual Report 2016-2017

Conurbation, urban, and rural living are important among these, although their different effects are still unclear [1]. Urbanization is increasing, and the United Nations has predicted that the world urban population will double between 2007 and 2050.

Simon de Lusignan, Christopher McGee, Rebecca Webb, Mark Joy, Rachel Byford, Ivelina Yonova, Mariya Hriskova, Filipa Matos Ferreira, Alex J Elliot, Gillian Smith, Imran Rafi

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2018;4(4):e11354

Epidemiological Determinants Associated with the Spread of Dengue Fever in Lahore, Punjab -2013

Epidemiological Determinants Associated with the Spread of Dengue Fever in Lahore, Punjab -2013

Indoor residual sprays in urban and peri-urban high-risk areas 1 month before the transmission period. Community based environmental management was recommended.

Fawad Khurshid

iproc 2018;4(1):e10631

Differences in Electronic Personal Health Information Tool Use Between Rural and Urban Cancer Patients in the United States: Secondary Data Analysis

Differences in Electronic Personal Health Information Tool Use Between Rural and Urban Cancer Patients in the United States: Secondary Data Analysis

patients.In this study, we sought to (1) determine the overall use of ePHI tools among cancer patients in urban and rural regions and (2) assess the rate of email communication between cancer patients in urban and rural regions and their health care provider

Alexandra Greenberg-Worisek, Liaa Ferede, Joyce Balls-Berry, Ian Marigi, Emily Valentin Mendez, Numra Bajwa, Melody Ouk, Minerva Orellana, Felicity Enders

JMIR Cancer 2020;6(2):e17352

Digital Health in Melanoma Posttreatment Care in Rural and Remote Australia: Systematic Review

Digital Health in Melanoma Posttreatment Care in Rural and Remote Australia: Systematic Review

Compared to urban populations, Australia’s rural and remote communities experience inequities in access to care [8], leading to a higher incidence and mortality within 5 years.

Audrey Rollin, Brad Ridout, Andrew Campbell

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(9):e11547

Use of a Web-Based Physical Activity Record System to Analyze Behavior in a Large Population: Cross-Sectional Study

Use of a Web-Based Physical Activity Record System to Analyze Behavior in a Large Population: Cross-Sectional Study

Among the age group between 50-59 years, 30.8% (293/950) were from urban areas, 23.6% (102/432) from urban-rural areas, and 24.5% (163/664) from rural areas (P=.003).

Hideyuki Namba, Yosuke Yamada, Mika Ishida, Hideto Takase, Misaka Kimura

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(3):e74

Health-Specific Information and Communication Technology Use and Its Relationship to Obesity in High-Poverty, Urban Communities: Analysis of a Population-Based Biosocial Survey

Health-Specific Information and Communication Technology Use and Its Relationship to Obesity in High-Poverty, Urban Communities: Analysis of a Population-Based Biosocial Survey

Certain populations are disproportionately affected by obesity, including African American and Hispanic adults and people living in resource-poor, high-poverty, and more racially segregated urban communities [1-5].

Anjali Gopalan, Jennifer A Makelarski, Lori B Garibay, Veronica Escamilla, Raina M Merchant, Marcus B Wolfe Sr, Rebecca Holbrook, Stacy Tessler Lindau

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(6):e182

Health Care Social Media: Expectations of Users in a Developing Country

Health Care Social Media: Expectations of Users in a Developing Country

The urban regions have four times more doctors and three times nurses than in the rural regions in India. Even though India has quality education and medical institutes, most of them are located in urban regions.

Amrita, Dhrubes Biswas

Med 2 0 2013;2(2):e4

Urban Intelligence for Pandemic Response: Viewpoint

Urban Intelligence for Pandemic Response: Viewpoint

By 2050, the world population will be nearly 10 billion, with an estimated 68% living in urban areas [2].

Yuan Lai, Wesley Yeung, Leo Anthony Celi

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2020;6(2):e18873