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Exploring Children's Perceptions of their Local Environment in Relation to Time Spent Outside.

This study aims to understand how children perceive their environment, exploring the affordances children perceive to influence their physical activity (PA) behaviour when outside. Participants included boys and girls aged 10-12 years (n = 15) living in Scotland. Children's visual and verbal representations of their perceived environment were analysed to assess environmental determinants of PA. The findings suggested that physical affordances that offer a sense of risk were important to children's play s...


Traumatic experiences and posttraumatic stress disorder among Chinese rural-to-urban migrant children.

Children and adolescents are in the developmental periods with the highest risk of experiencing multiple types of traumatic experiences (TEs). Immigrant children are more likely than other children to be exposed to TEs and have a higher risk of mental health problems. However, no epidemiological study has reported the prevalence of TEs and the associated development of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among Chinese children.

Healthcare professionals in the 'tainted blood' era in Canada: Their forgotten emotions.

During the 1970s and early 1980s, Canada's comprehensive care haemophilic programs were established. Newer therapies led to a rapid increase in quality of life and expected life span for persons with haemophilia (PWH). The outlook was bright. However, beginning in 1982, the appearance of HIV/AIDS transmitted by treatment products led to the 'tainted blood' era with its devastating impact on PWH, recently highlighted in the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation mini-series 'Unspeakable'. What has received less n...


Detecting microstructural white matter abnormalities of frontal pathways in children with ADHD using advanced diffusion models.

Studies using diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) have documented alterations in the attention and executive system in children and adolescents with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). While abnormalities in the frontal lobe have also been reported, the associated white matter fiber bundles have not been investigated comprehensively due to the complexity in tracing them through fiber crossings. Furthermore, most studies have used a non-specific DTI model to understand white matter abnormalities. We ...

Use of antipsychotic in children; too much or too long?

Antipsychotics have an important role in the treatment of children with severe behavioural problems. Use of antipsychotics in the Netherlands increased dramatically up until 2009. In recent years, however, the side-effects of antipsychotics in children have received increasing attention. One in eight children uses antipsychotics for at least 4 years. This long-term use increases the risk of side-effects, but these are often not optimally monitored. There should also be more attention for the timely tapering...

Ablative Modalities in the Treatment of Liver Metastases.

In the absence of extrahepatic metastases, improved survival can be achieved with surgical and interventional techniques. In resectable patients the resection of liver metastases can be performed in curative intention. Interventional techniques are defined either as percutaneous or intraoperative laparoscopy, applications of thermal ablation. In this review, we concentrate on the most established ablative techniques of radiofrequency ablation (RFA) and microwave ablation (MWA) for the treatment of colorecta...

Superior Mesenteric Artery syndrome following Augmentation Cystoplasty.

Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome (SMAS) is a rare condition of external duodenal compression in the angle between the superior mesenteric artery and aorta. We report a case of SMAS following augmentation cystoplasty in a young patient.

Advances in Engineering Cells for Cancer Immunotherapy.

Cancer immunotherapy aims to utilize the host immune system to kill cancer cells. Recent representative immunotherapies include T-cell transfer therapies, such as chimeric antigen receptor T cell therapy, antibody-based immunomodulator therapies, such as immune checkpoint blockade therapy, and cytokine therapies. Recently developed therapies leveraging engineered cells for immunotherapy against cancers have been reported to enhance antitumor efficacy while reducing side effects. Such therapies range from bi...

Children with HIV: A scoping review of auditory processing skills.

Auditory processing disorders can negatively affect academic performance in children. They can result from a number of aetiologies, including the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Although studies in paediatrics are limited, research suggests that HIV-infected children display poorer auditory processing skills than uninfected children.

Anxiety Levels of Children with Developmental Disorders in Japan: Based on Reports Provided by Parents.

A large number of children with developmental disorders like autism spectrum disorder (ASD), learning disabilities, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder have high anxiety. It has also been shown that the high anxiety has harmful effects on them, directly and indirectly. In this study, we conducted a survey on community samples on the level of anxiety of children with developmental disorders in Japan that had hardly been studied so far, and compared them with the anxiety in children in a general popu...

The evolution of nasopharyngeal carcinoma staging.

The prevalence of nasopharyngeal carcinoma is characterized by an unbalanced distribution: the disease is particularly prevalent in East and Southeast Asia. In this article, we review the evolution of the International Union Against Cancer/American Joint Committee on Cancer staging system for nasopharyngeal carcinoma. With the increasing using of newer imaging methods, more advanced radiotherapy techniques and systemic chemotherapy, we also discuss newer clinical features that might affect staging. Finally,...

Pediatric Travelers and Immigrant Children.

Children comprise a special group of international travelers. Immigrant and refugee children, along with children traveling to visit friends and relatives abroad or on leisure trips, require special attention by clinicians to prevent and treat travel-related conditions. [Pediatr Ann. 2019;48(9):e360-e369.].

To eat or not to eat: Reward delay impulsivity in children with loss of control eating, attention deficit / hyperactivity disorder, a double diagnosis, and healthy children.

Reward delay impulsivity is a feature of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and a likely feature of loss of control eating (LOC-E), which might explain the higher risk of children with ADHD or LOC-E to become obese. The goal of this study was to investigate reward delay impulsivity in children with LOC-E, ADHD, or a double diagnosis, in contrast to healthy children. Children (8 to 13 years) with LOC-E (n = 24), ADHD (n = 33), a double diagnosis (n = 9), and healthy children (n = 34) performed a...

Using DNA From Mothers and Children to Study Parental Investment in Children's Educational Attainment.

This study tested implications of new genetic discoveries for understanding the association between parental investment and children's educational attainment. A novel design matched genetic data from 860 British mothers and their children with home-visit measures of parenting: the E-Risk Study. Three findings emerged. First, both mothers' and children's education-associated genetics, summarized in a genome-wide polygenic score, were associated with parenting-a gene-environment correlation. Second, accountin...

Early cortical surface plasticity relates to basic mathematical learning.

Children lay the foundation for later academic achievement by acquiring core mathematical abilities in the first school years. Neural reorganization processes associated with individual differences in early mathematical learning, however, are still poorly understood. To fill this research gap, we followed a sample of 5-6-year-old children longitudinally to the end of second grade in school (age 7-8 years) combining magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with comprehensive behavioral assessments. We report signifi...

Lip Lifting: Not Just Fullness-Everything You Need to Know about Lifting and Creating Youthful, Beautiful Lips.

This article will explain the theories and practice of creating the most beautiful lips. This article also discusses lip lifting, lip augmentation, and lip injectables.

Physical Activity, Screen Time, and Sleep in Children With ADHD.

: Children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are at increased risk for poor health and obesity. The authors describe obesity-related movement behaviors in children with ADHD, determine higher risk groups, and compare with children with other disorders. : Physical activity (PA), sleep, and screen time of children with ADHD (aged 6-18 y) were compared with recommendations and with behaviors of children with autism, asthma, and a normative group using 2011 National Survey of Child Health da...

Cross-sectional changes in weight status and weight related behaviors among Australian children and Australian Indigenous children between 2010 and 2015.

Since 2006 there has been substantial long-term investment in school-based child obesity prevention programs in New South Wales (Australia). Whether these programs have led to population level improvements in children's weight status and weight-related behaviors are yet to be determined. The purpose of this study was to describe changes in children's weight status and weight-related behaviors, including Indigenous children, who are at greater risk of poorer health outcomes than non-Indigenous children.

Is preoperative preparation time a barrier to small children being ready for kidney transplantation?

Small children are less frequently transplanted when compared to older. The objective of the present study was to compare the preparation time for transplantation in children of different weights and to identify factors associated with a delay in the workup of small children.

Failure rates and survival times of systemic and biologic therapies in treating psoriasis: a retrospective study.

Systemic and biologic therapies have varying failure rates and survival times in treating psoriasis. We aim to describe the patterns of therapy failure in psoriasis patients. A retrospective (Jan 2009 to May 2018) analysis of 250 psoriasis patients seen at a psoriasis referral center, and 806 treatment courses of several systemic and biologic therapies, was conducted to determine failure rates and survival times for systemic and biologic therapies. Systemic therapies failed more often due to their adverse e...

Effects of institutional rearing on children's diurnal cortisol production.

Young children living in institutional settings often show a range of deficits in social, physical, and cognitive functioning. Whereas the diurnal production of cortisol has been examined among post-institutionalized children in a number of investigations, studies of children continuing to live in institutions are limited. In this study, we assessed wake-up and bedtime cortisol among 73 children living in Russia, with 52 institutionally-reared (n = 31 at time 2), and 21 family-reared (n = 18 at time...

Effect of levetiracetam monotherapy on lipid profiles and thyroid hormones in children with epilepsy: A prospective study.

Long-term treatment with some older antiepileptic drugs may lead to dyslipidemia or thyroid disturbances. The effect of levetiracetam (LEV), a newer broad spectrum antiepileptic agent, on cardiovascular risk factors is not yet sufficiently investigated. The purpose of this study was to investigate prospectively the effect of LEV monotherapy on serum lipid profile and thyroid hormones levels in children with epilepsy. The study population consisted of 39 children (21 females, 18 males, mean age 6.8 ± 4,...

Newer and select maize, wheat, and rice varieties can help mitigate N footprint while producing more grain.

Sustainably feeding the growing population amid a changing climate and dwindling resources is a grand challenge facing mankind. Decades-long advancement in crop breeding has progressively elevated yield potential, markedly enhancing global food production capacity. However, relevant impact on reactive N (Nr) emissions associated with crop variety improvement has not been explicitly described. Here, we report multi-tiered evidence that newer and select maize, wheat, and rice varieties developed in China have...

Brief Report: Olfactory Adaptation in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Olfactory adaptation is an important process that allows the individual to adjust to changes in the environment. This process has been proposed to be aberrant in individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). However, few studies have examined olfactory adaptation in children with ASD. We examined olfactory adaptation in children with ASD and typically developing (TD) children using a pulse ejection system, which resolved problems associated with previous laboratory-based olfactory psychophysical studies...

Persistent left superior vena cava with agenesis of the right superior vena cava in a patient with complete atrioventricular block.

Persistant left superior vena cava is a rare systemic venous anomaly that can be associated with agenesis of the right superior vena cava. It is usually assymptomatic and discovered incidentally during surgery or other procedures. The authors present the case of a 72-year-old male submitted to an aortic valve replacement surgery. After sternotomy, persistant left superior vena cava and absence of the right superior vena cava were identified. The patient developed complete atrioventricular block after surger...


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