Monthly Archives: January 2014

Child Health Days have a role in at least some area of Somaliland to expand the reach of immunization services

An article recently published in the (World Journal of Vaccines DOI: 10.4236/wjv.2014.41003) entitled “Non-Participation in Child Health Days or Routine Immunization Services among Children under 5 Years of Age—Somaliland 2012” by SCIRP. It was reported that the Background: After two decades of conflict, Somalia … Continue reading

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Buried Hydrothermal Systems: The Potential Role of Supercritical Water,“ScriW”, in Various Geological Processes and Occurrences in the Sub-Surface

Author(s) Martin Hovland, Håkon Rueslåtten, Hans Konrad Johnsen ABSTRACT It is well known that seawater that migrates deep into the Earth’s crust will pass into its supercritical domain at temperatures above 407°C and pressures above 298 bars. In the oceanic crust, … Continue reading

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The Capital Structure of Business Start-Up: Is There a Pecking Order Theory or a Reversed Pecking Order? —Evidence from the Panel Study of Entrepreneurial Dynamics

Author(s) : Hédia Fourati, Habib Affes   Source: Technology and Investment Journal 2013 vol.4 by Scientific Research Publishing ABSTRACT Using the Panel Study of Entrepreneurial Dynamics, we study if the problems of asymmetry and opacity of information, asset specificity, agency problem and signaling … Continue reading

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The Effect of Family Structure on the Development of Bilinguality

There are millions of immigrant families living in western countries who struggle to maintain their heritage language and cultural identity for themselves as well as their children. When immigrants move to the western countries their native language is often forgotten … Continue reading

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Phantom Fighters: Coping Mechanisms of Amputee Patients with Phantom Limb Pain – A Longitudinal Study

Phantom Limb Pain (PLP) is a phenomenon commonly observed in patients who underwent limb amputation. It is a sensation of pain in the anatomical location of the absent limb, which the patient feels is frozen in a specific position. In … Continue reading

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Development of New Strategy for Non-Antibiotic Therapy: Bovine Lactoferrin Has a Potent Antimicrobial and Immunomodulator Effects

ABSTRACT The antibiotic therapy has many problems, such as antibiotics resistance, hypersensitivity, direct toxicity, antibioticinduced immunosuppresion and super-infections. This is highlighting the need for a new strategy for non-antibiotic therapy through the use of novel immunomodulators as naturally released ones … Continue reading

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Call For Papers – Special Issue on Health Education and Promotion

Health Education is the profession of educating people about health. It covers educations for environmental health, physical health, social health, emotional health, intellectual health and spiritual health. Health promotion is the process of enabling people to increase control over, and to … Continue reading

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Human-Computer Interaction – New Paradigm for Interface Design

Are you tired of applications doing things you didn’t ask them to do and showing information in the way you don’t like?  There is a way to give you the full control over applications. Developers of the programs declare all … Continue reading

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