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"Stay at home with bakery products" can be public motto of quarantine days in the early period of COVID-19 outbreak: A nutritional infodemiology study
Aims: The aim of this retrospective infodemiological study is to investigate the public interest to the bakery products in the early period of coronavirus outbreak through Google Trends and open access data banks. Methods: ...
The popularity of the biologically-based therapies during coronavirus pandemic among the google users in the Usa, Uk, Germany, Italy and France
Object: The aim of this retrospective infodemiological study was to evaluate people?s interests in biologicallybased (B-B) complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies such as herbs, foods, and supplements during ...
The popularity of the dietary supplements and functional foods in the coronavirus pandemic: a perspective from google trends
(Halk Sağlığı Uzmanları Derneği, 2020)
Coronavirus pandemic is the global concern due to reach to alarming level of infected patients in worldwide. Maintenance of social isolation and hygiene are the main ways for protection against infections. However, some ...
“Stay at home with bakery products” can be public motto of quarantine days in the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak: some evidence from web-based searches
The aim of this retrospective infodemiological study is to determine the public interest in the bakery products during confinement days of coronavirus through Google Trends (GT). The category and regions selected in ...
Funções do enfermeiro e os desafios da pandemia da covid-19
Introduction: With the emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic, nurses, who were already facing many challenges, started to face yet another one. It is a time in which the professional, despite gaining prominence due to coping ...
Can online diettitian be a novel trend of post-pandemic era in Turkey?
(Acıbadem Mehmet Ali Aydınlar Üniversitesi, 2022)
Purpose: The aim of this study was to investigate weight management-related Google search trends in Turkey prompted by the pandemic. Methods: Keywords were “diet”, “dietitian”, “body mass index”, “exercise”, “calorie”, ...