Association of volunteering and mental well-being, breast feeding outcomes and place of birth, and condom use intentions of heterosexual men
The August most read list contains papers with a number of different study designs, on a number of different topics. Returning to the top spot this month is a systematic review on the lack of an association or an inverse association between low-density-lipoprotein cholesterol and mortality in the elderly, by Ravnskov et al. At numbers three and six respectively, we have Quigley et al with a cross-sectional study examining the association between breast feeding outcomes and place of birth, and Tabassum et al with a study on the association of volunteering with mental well-being which also received a press release. Levett et al come in at number eight with randomised controlled trial which concludes that an antenatal integrative medicine education programme in addition to usual care significantly reduced epidural use and caesarean section in nulliparous women. Finally, at number ten is an experimental study by Eleftheriou et al looking at the influence of attractiveness on the condom use intentions of heterosexual men.
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