PRISM (Program of Resources, Information and Support for Mothers): a community-randomised trial to reduce depression and improve women's physical health six months after birth [ISRCTN03464021]
- 5 WAYS TO... GET BACK ON TRACK. // Good Health (Australia Edition);Aug2014, p101
The article presents views of body strength expert Jonathan Lomax on the impact of sedentary lifestyle on the human body. According to her, majority women in Australia are suffering from backaches which is further leading to sleep disorders, fatigue and mental depression. Brief description of...
- working in working out. // Parenting Early Years;Apr2009, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p30
The article presents exercise obstacles faced by mothers and offers information on how they were able to beat them. Some mothers find their lack of time as an excuse not to exercise, but Jennifer Malone used her children for exercise, like playing airplane with her toddler for a good lower-body...
- Keep on moving. // Good Health (Australia Edition);Jun2012, p20
The article offers information on a study which suggests that exercise helps prevent depression and burnout.
- MY PND BATTLE. // Woman's Day (Australia Edition);9/21/2009, Vol. 61 Issue 38, p43
In this article, the author shares her experience of postnatal depression (PND) and discusses ways to help other mothers experiencing PND. She underwent PND after experiencing five bouts of mastitis and one job loss when her youngest daughter was four months old. She could not feed her and the...
- When more is better: number of motives and reasons for quitting as correlates of physical activity in women. Anderson, Cheryl B. // Health Education Research;Oct2003, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p525
Understanding the mechanisms by which physical activity is influenced is particularly relevant for health promotion efforts aimed at women, who display lower levels of physical activity and may experience more barriers to exercise than men. This study examined the number of motives for exercise...
- Your A-to-Z Guide to a Flat Belly. Ashford, Kate // Health (Time Inc.);Nov2009, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p47
The article offers tips, products and foods that help women maintain a flat belly. It states that obese women who dieted, exercised and took coconut oil shed more inches from their waistlines than women taking soybean oil. Moreover, depression is associated with deep-belly fat, so taking time to...
- Great Idea! Time for Fitness. // Working Mother;Dec2005, Vol. 28 Issue 10, p33
Asks several working mothers regarding how they tuck exercise into their busy day. Exercise routine of Kathlene Carney, a publicists; Methods of Lynn Mitchel, a substitute teacher, in exercising; Suggestion of Suzanne Cortes, an office manager, regarding how to combine exercise and babysitting.
- Mom Tip! // Parenting;Jul2005, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p63
Focuses on the approach that can be used by mothers in performing exercise with babies.
- ADVISER. Califa, Pat // Advocate;9/24/91, Issue 586, Special Section p56
Answers queries relating to homosexuality. Tips on enhancing the physique; Ways of dealing with depression.