Subject: social capital | self-efficacy | stress management | Original Paper | diabetes | amae
ABSTRACT The number of patients with diabetes is increasing in Japan. Recently, Social capital (SC) has received increasing attention as a factor influencing health conditions. In the US, the relation between SC and diabetes control has been reported, but little attenti... View more
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