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Ensuring Compliance With Quarantine by Undocumented Immigrants and Other Vulnerable Groups: Public Health Versus Politics.

A successful quarantine requires a high rate of compliance by individuals with potential exposure to a communicable disease. Many individuals would be reluctant to comply with a quarantine because they fear that contact with government officials will place them in legal, personal, or economic jeopardy. These include undocumented immigrants and individuals with a substance use disorder. For a quarantine to succeed, individuals must be granted temporary immunity from arrest, deportation, or similar adverse co...


Impact of the Food-Labeling and Advertising Law Banning Competitive Food and Beverages in Chilean Public Schools, 2014-2016.

To evaluate the impact of a national law banning sales of competitive food and beverages (CF&B) in schools on the availability of CF&B sold at school kiosks. This study was uncontrolled before and after study. We evaluated public schools in Santiago de Chile (n = 21; 78% response rate) in 2014 and 2016 (6 months after the law came into force). Trained personnel collected data on calories, total sugars, saturated fat, and sodium from food labels. The outcome was the percentage of foods exceeding the cut...

I'll Show You Mine so You'll Show Me Yours: Motivations and Personality Variables in Photographic Exhibitionism.

Given that the sharing of genital images - colloquially known as "dick pics" - has become a widespread phenomenon, the purpose of the present study was to explore men's motivations for sending unsolicited images of their genitalia. A secondary purpose was to investigate the personality and sexuality characteristics of men who send dick pics relative to those who do not. 1,087 men completed an online survey, which included a demographic questionnaire and measures of narcissism, exhibitionism, erotophilia-ero...


Restrictive lung disease in TNF-transgenic mice: correlation of pulmonary function testing and micro-CT imaging.

Micro-computed tomography (µCT) is increasingly being used on animal models as a minimally-invasive longitudinal outcome measure of pulmonary disease progression. However, while imaging can elucidate macroscopic structural changes over the whole lung, µCT is unable to describe the mechanical changes and functional impairments imposed by progressive disease, which can only be measured via pulmonary function tests (PFTs). The tumor necrosis factor-transgenic (TNF-Tg) mouse model of rheumatoid arthritis (RA)...

AhR-ROR-γt complex is a therapeutic target for MAP4K3/GLKIL-17A subpopulation of systemic lupus erythematosus.

The cytokine IL-17A plays critical roles in the pathogenesis of autoimmune diseases. The frequencies of MAP kinase kinase kinase kinase 3 [also named germinal center kinase-like kinase (GLK)]-overexpressing T cells are correlated with disease severity of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). T-cell-specific GLK-transgenic mice develop spontaneous autoimmune responses through IL-17A. GLK signaling selectively stimulates IL-17A production in murine T cells through inducing aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR)-retino...

Sex does not influence impairments in popliteal endothelial-dependent vasodilator or vasoconstrictor responses following prolonged sitting.

An acute bout of prolonged sitting (PS) impairs the popliteal artery flow-mediated dilation (FMD) response. Despite equivocal reductions in mean shear rate, young women demonstrate an attenuated decline in popliteal FMD versus young men. However, it is uncertain whether popliteal endothelial-dependent vasoconstrictor responses [low-flow mediated constriction (L-FMC)] are similarly affected by PS and/or if sex differences exist. We tested the hypothesis that women would have attenuated reductions in both pop...

Evidence that Tenecteplase Is Noninferior to Alteplase for Acute Ischemic Stroke.

Background and Purpose- TNK (tenecteplase), a newer fibrinolytic agent, has practical delivery advantages over ALT (alteplase) that would make it a useful agent if noninferior in acute ischemic stroke treatment outcome. Accordingly, the most recent US American Heart Association/American Stroke Association acute ischemic stroke guideline recognized TNK as an alternative to ALT, but only based on informal consideration, rather than formal meta-analysis, of completed randomized control trials. Methods- Systema...

Temperament in Adults Who Stutter and Its Association With Stuttering Frequency and Quality-of-Life Impacts.

Purpose The study aim was to determine whether self-reported temperament traits differentiate adults who stutter (AWS) from adults who do not stutter (AWNS). Additionally, associations between temperament and stuttering frequency, and between temperament and quality of life impacts of stuttering, were investigated in AWS. Method Self-reported temperament traits were documented for 33 AWS and 43 AWNS using the Adult Temperament Questionnaire (ATQ; Evans & Rothbart, 2007). Quality-of-life impacts of stutterin...

Identification of piRNAs in the testes of Sunite and Small-tailed Han sheep.

P-element-induced wimpy testis-interacting RNAs (piRNAs) are small RNAs that are essential for mammalian spermatogenesis and testicular development. Comparative analyses of the molecular mechanisms of spermatogenesis among different organisms are therefore dependent on accurate piRNA characterizations. In this study, we identified piRNAs in the testes of two breeds of Mongolian sheep: the Sunite (SN), which has a low reproductive rate, and Small-tailed Han (STH), which has a high reproductive rate. A thorou...

Analysis and risk assessment of arsenic, cadmium and lead in two fish species ( and ) from Algerian coastal water.

In this study, the levels of arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd) and lead (Pb) have been determined in the flesh of two species of fish, sardine () and swordfish () fished in the Algerian coast. Quantification of As, Cd and Pb was carried out using an ICP-MS method and the results were compared with the thresholds set by national and international regulatory bodies. In a further step, the risk to consumers was assessed using estimated daily intake (EDI), target hazard quotient (THQ) and hazard index (HI).The average...

'When you take pills you must eat': Food (in)security and ART adherence among older people living with HIV.

South Africa has increasing numbers of persons living with HIV on antiretroviral treatment (ART). There is evidence for a relationship between food, food security and HIV. Despite increasing rates of people older than 50 living with HIV coinciding with greater levels of co-morbidity, the existing research is largely limited to those aged 15-49 years. In this paper, we therefore explore how older people living with HIV (OPLWH) in two urban communities within South Africa negotiate and ensure they have suffic...

Acrylamide levels and dietary exposure from foods in the United States, an update based on 2011-2015 data.

Acrylamide is a contaminant that can form in certain plant-based foods during high-temperature cooking. From 2011-2015, the Food and Drug Administration conducted extensive sampling and analyses of acrylamide in foods, as a follow-up to surveys from 2002-2006. We compared acrylamide occurrence data and exposure estimates based on 2011-2015 data with data and exposure estimates from 2002-2006. Acrylamide levels in selected food categories generally did not decrease significantly in 2011-2015 compared with 20...

Identification and evaluation of novel drug combinations of Aurora kinase inhibitor CCT137690 for enhanced efficacy in oral cancer cells.

Oral cancer is the most prevalent subtype of head and neck cancers and arises mainly from squamous cells of the oral cavity. Patients with advanced metastatic disease have poor overall survival resulting primarily from limited treatment options. Recent advances in the understanding of molecular basis of oral tumorigenesis provide an opportunity for identification and validation of new drug targets. The deregulated expression of the Aurora family of mitotic kinases, for example, has been associated with path...

Multi-Year Field Evaluation of Fluorinated Nematicides Against in Carrots.

California grows approximately 80% of the U.S. carrot production. The primary production challenges derive from root-knot nematodes ( spp.). Between 2013 and 2016, we evaluated three novel fluorinated nonfumigant nematicides in five field trials. Fluensulfone, fluopyram, and fluazaindolizine were applied as product-ready formulations at various rates, dates, and formulations. They were rated for their efficacy against the Southern root-knot nematode (), their ability to mitigate nematode-caused crop damage,...

Field Infection of Virus-Free Sugarcane by Sugarcane Yellow Leaf Virus and Effect of Yellow Leaf on Sugarcane Grown on Organic and on Mineral Soils in Florida.

Sugarcane yellow leaf virus (SCYLV), the causal agent of yellow leaf, is widespread in Florida. Two field trials were set up, one on organic soil and one on mineral soil, to investigate the rate and timing of sugarcane infection by SCYLV under field conditions and the effect of the virus on yield. Each trial consisted of plots planted with healthy or SCYLV-infected seed cane of two commercial cultivars. Virus prevalence varied from 83 to 100% in plots planted with infected seed cane regardless of cultivar, ...

Phase 3 DREAM-HF Trial of Mesenchymal Precursor Cells in Chronic Heart Failure.

Advanced heart failure (HF) is a progressive disease characterized by recurrent hospitalizations and high risk of mortality. Indeed, outcomes in late stages of HF approximate those seen in patients with various aggressive malignancies. Clinical trials assessing beneficial outcomes of new treatments in patients with cancer have used innovative approaches to measure impact on total disease burden or surrogates to assess treatment efficacy. Although most cardiovascular outcomes trials continue to use time-to-f...

Response by Joo et al to Letter Regarding Article, "High-Risk Human Papillomavirus Infection and the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease in Korean Women".

Letter by Scorza et al Regarding Article "High-Risk Human Papillomavirus Infection and the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease in Korean Women".

100% Fruit Juice in Child and Adolescent Dietary Patterns.

Nutritional advice based on strengthening the dietary pattern offers a very different perspective from the reductionist practice of reporting risks or benefits for individual foods. A healthful dietary pattern can be composed of innumerable different combinations of foods and beverages that collectively and synergistically protect health. Although pure juices lack fiber, juicing retains the majority of health-promoting nutrients and phytochemicals of the whole fruit. Bioactive components of 100% fruit juic...

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Team-Based Learning and the Team-Based Learning Student Assessment Instrument (TBL-SAI): A Longitudinal Study of Master of Occupational Therapy Students' Changing Perceptions.

Despite evidence showing that team-based learning (TBL) is accepted by students, a gap in evidence exists regarding how students' experiences with TBL may change over time. In this study, we explored changes in accountability, satisfaction, and preference for TBL or traditional lecture among occupational therapy students using TBL across 1 yr of occupational therapy education.

Effectiveness of Occupational Therapy Interventions for Adults With Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: A Systematic Review.

Our objective was to assess the efficacy of occupational therapy-related interventions for adults with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE).

Exploration of Occupational Deprivation Among Syrian Refugees Displaced in Jordan.

Research is needed to situate occupational deprivation (OD) within each unique refugee population and displacement context.

Energy Conservation Management for People With Multiple Sclerosis-Related Fatigue: Who Benefits?

We investigated whether demographic, disease-related, or personal baseline determinants can predict a positive response to energy conservation management (ECM).

Measuring Hand Dexterity in People With Parkinson's Disease: Reliability of Pegboard Tests.

Knowledge regarding the reliability of pegboard tests when used to measure dexterity in people with Parkinson's disease (PD) is currently limited.


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