Category Archives: Medicine & Healthcare

Journals from Medicine & Healthcare

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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Sleep Duration and Sleep Problems in a Representative Sample of German Children and Adolescents

Author(s): Angelika A. Schlarb, Marco D. Gulewitsch, Victoria Weltzer, Ute Ellert, Paul Enck ABSTRACT Objective: The main purpose of the present study was to evaluate sleep duration for nighttime sleep from early infancy to late adolescence in a German sample … Continue reading

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Recurrent Parotitis: Extrapulmonary Manifestation of Childhood Tuberculosis

Author(s): Keya Lahiri, Fehmida Najmuddin , Rajesh Rai, Imran Pate, Kapil Shukla, Khushal Avasthi ABSTRACT Recurrent parotitis of childhood is a rare condition involving the largest salivary gland. The aetiology is multi-factorial and is usually non-obstructive or non-suppurative type of … Continue reading

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Connection between the Linoleic Acid and Psychopathology: A Symmetry-Breaking Phenomenon in the Brain?

Author(s): Massimo Cocchi, Chiara Minuto, Lucio Tonello, Jack A. Tuszynski ABSTRACT In this paper we discuss the role of the fatty acid composition of brain cells and in platelets in the emergence of psychiatric disorders such as major depression and … Continue reading

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Serum Antibody Titers of Measles and Rubella among Japanese Children

Author(s): Yuichirou Tsuji, Chitose Karasawa ABSTRACT Background: The rubella outbreak in Japan has not yet been eliminated. In particular, an outbreak of congenital rubella syndrome has recently become a public health problem in Japan. The World Health Organization has set … Continue reading

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Review: Can Toxic Substances Initiate Psychotic Behavior? Part I. Antimalarial Drugs

Author(s): Ilia Brondz ABSTRACT During and after every military conflict or war, there appears to be rapports about military crimes which were done by military and civil personal of conflicting sides. The basis of these offences is different; however the … Continue reading

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Survival Rates Following Skeletal Metastases―A Twenty-Year Analysis

Author(s) : Mohannad B. Ammori, Sunil Panchani, Jonathan J. Gregory, James Wylie, Ashok Pau Introduction Skeletal metastases are often indicative of an advanced stage of cancer and generally reflect a poor prognosis. Information available regarding the survival following the diagnosis … Continue reading

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Fermented Black Turmeric Designed by Lactobacillus Rearranged Leukocyte Subsets and Anti-Oxidative Activity

Author(s): Yousuke Watanabe, Nobuo Yamaguchi, Isao Horiuch, Tsugia Murayama ABSTRACT A plant fermentation was carried out by Yeast and Lactobaccilli against fermented black turmeric, Kaempferia parviflora (FBT). These materials were proved by as safe in animal safety experiment. We tried … Continue reading

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Is It Surgery a Good Choice for Patients over 100 Years with Hip Fracture?

Author(s) : Bogdan Deleanu, Radu Prejbeanu, Dinu Vermesan, Lucian Honcea, Cristina Nuta, Vlad Predescu ABSTRACT Introduction: Elderly patients represent a difficult category of surgical candidates for orthopedic surgery because they have multiple associated diseases and a high degree of osteoporosis. Presentation … Continue reading

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