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Strategic distribution of seeds to support diffusion in complex networks.

Usually, the launch of the diffusion process is triggered by a few early adopters-i.e., seeds of diffusion. Many studies have assumed that all seeds are activated once to initiate the diffusion process in social networks and therefore are focused on finding optimal ways of choosing these nodes according to a limited budget. Despite the advances in identifying influencing spreaders, the strategy of activating all seeds at the beginning might not be sufficient in accelerating and maximising the coverage of di...


Hypofractionated whole breast radiotherapy with or without hypofractionated boost in early stage breast cancer patients: a mono-institutional analysis of skin and subcutaneous toxicity.

Our study evaluated skin and subcutaneous toxicity analyzing its correlation with patient- and treatment-related factors in a large mono-institutional series of women with early stage breast cancer treated with adjuvant hypofractionated whole breast radiotherapy (WBRT) with or without a sequential hypofractionated boost (HB).

Virtual reality perspective-taking increases cognitive empathy for specific others.

Previous research shows that virtual reality perspective-taking experiences (VRPT) can increase prosocial behavior toward others. We extend this research by exploring whether this effect of VRPT is driven by increased empathy and whether the effect extends to ostensibly real-stakes behavioral games. In a pre-registered laboratory experiment (N = 180), participants interacted with an ostensible partner (a student from the same university as them) on a series of real-stakes economic games after (a) taking the...


Impact of urbanization on spring and autumn phenology of deciduous trees in the Seoul Capital Area, South Korea.

Urbanization exerts anthropogenic forcing that affects regional climate and ecosystems. With increasing levels of urbanization associated with urban population growth in the near future, understanding of the impact of urbanization on terrestrial ecosystems is important for predicting future environmental changes. This study evaluates the impact of urbanization on spring and autumn phenology by addressing the relationship between population density and phenology at nine stations in the Seoul Capital Area (SC...

Rien ne doit se faire pour eux sans eux : renforcer la participation des demandeurs d'asile, réfugiés et migrants sans statut et des organismes communautaires dans la recherche en santé.

The number of vulnerable migrants in Canada is on the rise. While debates on immigration policies have been at the forefront, there has been little dialogue regarding the health and well-being of refugees, asylum-seekers and non-status migrants despite the significant health inequities that these populations face. In this context, health research that aims to understand migrants' realities, develop appropriate health and social services and policies, and empower these populations, is needed more than ever. ...

Benthic nutrient cycling at the sediment-water interface in a lagoon fish farming system (northern Adriatic Sea, Italy).

Metabolism and carbon, oxygen, and nutrient fluxes (DIC, DOC, DO, NO, NO, NH, PO and SiO) were studied during three surveys at two sites (VN1 and VN3) located at a fish farm at the Marano and Grado Lagoon (northern Adriatic Sea), using an in situ benthic chamber. Field experiments were conducted in July and October 2015 and March 2016 at a depth of approximately 2 m along the main channels of the fish farm. Water samples were collected by a scuba diver every 2 h in order to investigate daily fluxes of s...

Response from the Editor-in-Chief to Siddiqui and Chambers' letter.

Scientists' early grant success fuels further funding.

Foundations In California: What Are They Funding?

Nitrogen removal rates in a frigid high-altitude river estimated by measuring dissolved N and NO.

Rivers are important sites of both nitrogen removal and emission of nitrous oxide (NO), a powerful greenhouse gas. Previous measurements have focused on nitrogen-rich temperate rivers, with cold, low-nitrogen river systems at high-altitude receiving less attention. Here, nitrogen removal rates were estimated by directly measuring dissolved N and NO of the Yellow River in its source region of the Tibetan Plateau, a frigid high-altitude environment. We measured the dissolved N and NO using N:Ar ratio method a...

Changing the neurology policy landscape in the United States: Misconceptions and facts about epilepsy.

Epilepsy has a relatively high prevalence, and diagnosis and treatment are often challenging. Seizure freedom without significant side effects is the ultimate goal for both physicians and patients, but not always achievable. In those cases, the treatment goals of patients and providers may differ. In the United States, many clinicians continue to prescribe older AEDs, even though newer AEDs have a more desirable safety and tolerability profile, fewer drug-drug interactions, and are associated with lower epi...

Effects of Seasonal Asymmetric Warming on Soil CO Release in Karst Region.

Seasonal asymmetric warming is one of the distinguishing features of global warming. However, if this feature is not considered in studying the effects of global changes on terrestrial ecosystems, it might probably cause misunderstanding of these studies. The releasing features of soil CO in Karst regions under various warming scenarios were simulated following a four-year continuous warming period using infrared radiators. A total of six treatments was arranged:no warming (ambient temp, CK); symmetric warm...

Changes In Hospital Utilization Three Years Into Maryland's Global Budget Program For Rural Hospitals.

In a substantial shift in payment policy, the State of Maryland implemented a global budget program for acute care hospitals in 2010. Goals of the program include controlling hospital use and spending. Eight rural hospitals entered the program in 2010, while urban and suburban hospitals joined in 2014. Prior analyses, which focused on urban and suburban hospitals, did not find consistent evidence that Maryland's program had contributed to changes in hospital use after two years. However, these studies were ...

Evaluating Supervision Models in Functional Family Therapy: Does Adding Observation Enhance Outcomes?

This study examined the effects of observation-based supervision Building Outcomes with Observation-Based Supervision of Therapy (BOOST therapists = 26, families = 105), versus supervision as usual (SAU therapists = 21, families = 59) on (a) youth externalizing behavior problems and (b) the moderating effects of changes in family functioning on youth externalizing behaviors for adolescents receiving Functional Family Therapy (FFT). Exploratory analyses examined the impact of supervision conditions o...

A range of kindness activities boost happiness.

Over 600 general practices will be lost by 2020 without more funding, BMA warns.

Examination of sustainability indicators for fall prevention strategies in three states.

With 1-in-4 older adults suffering a fall each year, fall prevention efforts have emerged as a public health priority. Multi-level, evidence-based fall prevention programs have been promoted by the CDC and other government agencies. To ensure participants and communities receive programs' intended benefits, organizations must repeatedly deliver the programs over time and plan for program sustainability as part of 'scaling up' the initiative. The State Falls Prevention Project (SFPP) began in 2011 when the C...

Expanding Interlayer Spacing of Hard Carbon by Natural K+ doping to Boost the Na-ion Storage.

Heteroatom-doped carbon is an attractive material for anodes in lithium/sodium ion batteries as a replacement for the traditional graphite anodes. However, the complex fabrication process and high-cost force these carbon materials far from the practical applications. Here we report a low-cost, natural potassium-doped carbon material, which is directly carbonized from the coconut endocarp - a kind of the high-potassium contained biomass materials. The obtained carbon structure features an expanded d(002)-spa...

Fourteenth Annual Warren K. Sinclair Keynote Address: Aren't We Ready Yet? Closing the Planning, Response, and Recovery Gaps for Radiological Terrorism.

Following the tragic events of 11 September 2001, the nation has made significant strides in preparing for disasters and emergencies of all types. Federal funding to state, local, territorial, and tribal public health and healthcare systems has required an all-hazards preparedness approach with special focus on those incidents that rise to the top of a jurisdiction's Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment. While disaster planners in many areas of the country have recognized the potential for n...

Sustainability in humanitarian surgery during medical short-term trips (MSTs): feasibility of inguinal hernia repair in rural Nigeria over 6 years and 13 missions.

Surgical teaching missions are known to contribute significantly in reducing the local burden of disease. However, the value of short-term medical service trips (MSTs) remains under debate. Humanitarian surgery is highly dependent on funding, and consequently, data evaluation is needed to secure funding for future projects. The aim of this trial is to evaluate the results of 6-year MSTs to rural Nigeria with a specific emphasis on hernia repairs.

Enhanced overexpression, purification of a channelrhodopsin and a fluorescent flux assay for its functional characterization.

Channelrhodopsins (ChRs) are a group of membrane proteins that allow cation flux across the cellular membrane when stimulated by light. They have been emerged as important tools in optogenetics where light is used to trigger a change in the membrane potential of live cells which induces downstream physiological cascades. There is also increased interest in their applications for generating light-responsive biomaterials. Here we have used a two-step screening protocol to develop a Pichia pastoris strain that...

High-performance organic light-emitting photodetector fabricated by separating photodetective center from emissive layer without luminance trade-off.

A heterojunction consisting of poly[(9,9-dioctylfluorenyl-2,7-diyl)-alt-(4,4'-(N-(4-butylphenyl)))] (TFB) and aluminum tris(8-hydroxyquinolinate) (Alq) is applied for fabricating an organic light-emitting photodetector (OLEP), where TFB and Alq behave as an ultraviolet response center and a green light emitter, respectively. The OLEP shows a detectivity of 1.4×10 Jones and a luminance of 11,569  cd/m. Thermal active delay fluorescent material is introduced in the TFB matrix to improve photodetection pr...

Physiological processes and gross energy budget of the submerged longline-cultured Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas in a temperate bay of Korea.

Physiological processes and gross energy budget of the longline-cultured Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas were investigated in Geoje-Hansan Bay, Korea during two entire culturing periods. Based on physiological measurements of food consumption, feces production, ammonium excretion, and respiration from July 2008 to February 2009 and from July 2013 to February 2014, scope for growth appeared to be positive during most of the culturing period, except for one period with extremely high temperatures (up to 25°...

NHS must work harder to retain clinical workforce, says NHS Confederation chief.

Oncoplastic Surgery in Breast Cancer: Don't Forget the Boost!


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