Christel Hyden

Christel Hyden
Albert Einstein College of Medicine | AECOM · Department of Family & Social Medicine

EdD, MS

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Publications (11)
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The second year of life incorporates a continued shift from a liquid- to solid-based diet. Little is known about the prevalence and dietary impact of bottle and sippy cup use. This paper describes associations between percent of energy consumed via drinking containers (bottles and sippy cups combined) and dietary outcomes, between 1 and 2 years of...
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To evaluate 3 research questions: (1) Does a Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)-based counseling intervention reduce (milk) bottle use?; (2) Does this intervention reduce energy intake from bottles?; and (3) Does this intervention reduce the risk of a child being >85th percentile weight-for-length? Parents of n = 300 12-month-olds consuming >2 bott...
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Purpose: This study sought to evaluate HIV testing locations in New York City in terms of staff communication of confidentiality policies for adolescent clients. Method: Using the New York State Directory of HIV Counseling and Testing Resources as a sampling frame, this study made telephone contact with 164 public HIV testing locations in New Yo...
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Bottle feeding beyond the recommended weaning age of 12 months is a risk factor for childhood obesity. This paper describes a sample of toddlers at high risk for obesity: prolonged bottle users from a low-income multi-ethnic community. We report here baseline mealtime and feeding behaviour, 24 h dietary recall and bottle intake data for Feeding You...
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Objective: This article describes the development of educational materials for a Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)-based randomized controlled trial of an intervention encouraging timely bottle weaning. Method: Following a systematic process to develop of patient education materials, messages were first tested in 4 focus groups with 26 caregive...
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Over the past decade, new technology and media have changed the way we communicate, access information, and share content with one another. Most 12- to 17-year-olds now own cell phones, and most adolescents and young adults spend several hours per day on computers and cell phones. The American Academy of Pediatrics now encourages all pediatricians...
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Behavioral insomnias of childhood (BIC) and sleep disordered breathing (SDB) disorders cause disrupted and/or inefficient sleep. Left untreated in early childhood, both conditions increase the risk of compromised development, particularly in the areas of behavior, cognition, and growth. This systematic review determined whether and how current deve...
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We assessed awareness of and preferences for rapid HIV testing among young, urban men of color who have sex with men and are engaged in high-risk behaviors for HIV. A cross-sectional survey was conducted in New York City among 177 young men who have sex with men (MSM). Among the 85% of the participants who had previously undergone HIV testing, 43%...
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BACKGROUND Among people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA), sexually transmitted infections ( STIs) represent significant risk as decreased immune function can increase severity of STIs and facilitate acquisition of new STIs. HIV/STI comorbidity also increases likelihood of transmitting HIV. In NYC, 13-24 year olds have the highest STI rate of any PLWH...
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Background Infants of African American and Hispanic background and of low SES are more likely to bottle feed past the age of 12 months and to be fed formula or milk mixed with various cereals and sugars (i.e. supplemented bottles). Over time, supplemented bottles may displace more varied meals, leading to a high calorie, monotonous diet. However,...
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Significant advances in the treatment of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) place a premium on early detection and linkage to care. Recognizing the need to efficiently yet comprehensively provide HIV counseling, we assessed the feasibility of using audio computer-assisted self-inventory (A-CASI) in a commun...

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