Monthly Archives: November 2015

A Traditional Chinese Medicine Approach in Treating Depression by Promoting Liver Qi Circulation: A Western Medicine Perspective

Author(s): Raphaella Wai Lam So, Hoi Shan Wong, Kam Ming Ko ABSTRACT Depression is a prevalent mental illness in developed countries. In Western medicine, experimental and clinical investigations have demonstrated that depression is associated with the dysregulation of neurotransmitter signaling, … Continue reading

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Empathy Gender in Dental Students in Latin America: An Exploratory and Cross-Sectional Study

Author(s): Víctor Patricio Díaz-Narváez, Ana María Erazo Coronado, Jorge Luis Bilbao, Farith González, Mariela Padilla, Madeline Howard, María Guadalupe Silva8, Mirian Bullen, Fredy Gutierrez, Teresa Varela de Villalba, Mercedes Salcedo Rioja, Joyce Huberman, Doris Carrasco, Robert Utsman ABSTRACT Background: It … Continue reading

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Can Improve Iron Biofortification Antioxidant Response, Yield and Nutritional Quality in Green Bean?

Author(s): Juan P. Sida-Arreola, Esteban Sánchez, Graciela D. Ávila-Quezada, Paul B. Zamudio-Flores, Carlos H. Acosta-Muñiz ABSTRACT The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of iron biofortification on antioxidant response, yield and nutritional qualityof green bean (Phaseolus vulgaris … Continue reading

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Archaeoastronomical Study of the Main Pyramids of Giza, Egypt: Possible Correlations with the Stars?

Author(s):Vincenzo Orofino, Paolo Bernardini ABSTRACT Since long time various qualitative speculations have been proposed about the link between the three major Giza pyramids and the stars. In particular, according to a popular and controversial hypothesis (the so-called Orion Correlation Theory), … Continue reading

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Nutritional Epidemiological Study to Estimate Usual Intake and to Define Optimum Nutrient Profiling Choice in the Diet of Egyptian Youths

Author(s): Moushira Zaki, Laila Hussein, Mostafa Gouda, Rania Bassuoni, Ahmed Hassanein ABSTRACT Objectives: To define optimum food and nutrient profiling in gender-specific and age group-specific variant regression models. Setting: 481 subjects of both sexes (18.4 years old) from Giza urban … Continue reading

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The Last 15,000 Years: Climate-Controlled and “Rare-Event”-Triggered/Rise and Fall of Holocene Cultures in the Near/Middle East and in Central Europe—Evidence and Background

Author(s): Werner Schneider, Elias Salameh ABSTRACT Pushed by the results of a preceding publication on the possibly Quaternary Jebel Waqf as Suwwan Meteorite Crater, Jordan [5], where an amazing coincidence of Rapid Climate Changes (RCCs) with Rise and Fall of … Continue reading

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A New Industrial Hydrogen Production Process

Author(s):Zina Meddeb, Hatem Hajjem, Aicha Mabrouk, M. Razak Jeday ABSTRACT This study was proposed to develop a new method for hydrogen production in significant amounts. It consisted in using sulfur dioxide (SO2), and discharged from the sulfuric acid (H2SO4) production … Continue reading

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