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Genetic counselor workforce generational diversity: Millennials to Baby Boomers.

There are currently three generations of individuals that make up the genetic counselor workforce: Baby-Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials. These generations are presumed to be shaped by the historical, cultural, and social events that occurred during critical developmental periods. Understanding the underlying perceptions and viewpoints of genetic counselors regarding the multigenerational workforce may facilitate successful working relationships as well as recognition of the perceived unique character...


The Second Act: Seeking Best Practices for Encore Worker Management.

The Baby Boomers are the largest generation in history, and as they reach the traditional retirement age of 65, many leave the workforce and seek encore jobs. This exodus of Boomers creates a knowledge gap that the Gen X and Millennial generations lack the numbers and often the experience to fill. As the knowledge gap increases, managers can recruit and hire encore workers to fill the gap and retain human capital. This article answers the question: What processes can managers implement to close knowledge ga...

Determinants of shingles vaccine acceptance in the United Kingdom.

The United Kingdom (UK) was the first European country to introduce a national immunisation program for shingles (2013-2014). That year, vaccination coverage ranged from 50 to 64% across the UK, but uptake has declined ever since. This study explored determinants of the acceptance of the shingles vaccine in the UK.


Hepatitis C virus screening trends: A 2016 update of the National Health Interview Survey.

50% of liver cancer is caused by hepatitis C virus (HCV). Baby boomers are at increased risk and are recommended for one-time HCV screening. However,

Attitudes towards unions through a generational cohort lens.

Studying a large American union, we report on findings from two studies investigating perceptions of and attitudes towards unions through a generational cohort lens. Study one explores the link between generational cohort and members' perceptions of unions, employing qualitative analysis of 100 interviews: 30 Millennials, 35 Gen X, and 35 Baby Boomers. Analysis determined that union members focus on either ideological or instrumental explanations to support perceptions that their generation was either pro-u...

Understanding the immunology of the Zostavax shingles vaccine.

Zostavax is a live-attenuated varicella zoster virus (VZV) vaccine recommended for use in adults >50 years of age to prevent shingles. The main risk factor for the development of shingles is age, which correlates with decreasing cell-mediated immunity. These data suggest a predominant role of T cell immunity in controlling VZV latency. However, other components of the immune system may also contribute. In this review, we will discuss how the immune system responds to Zostavax, focusing on recent studies exa...

Push-Pull Porphyrins via β -Pyrrole Functionalization: Evidence of Excited State Events Leading to High-Potential Charge-Separated States.

A new set of free-base and zinc(II) metallated, β-pyrrole functionalized unsymmetrical push-pull porphyrins were designed and synthesized via β-mono- and dibrominated tetraphenylporphyrins by the Sonogashira cross-coupling reaction. The ability of donor and acceptor on the push-pull porphyrins to produce high-potential charge separated states was investigated. The porphyrins were functionalized at the opposite β,β'- pyrrole positions of porphyrin ring carrying triphenylamine push groups and naphthalimid...

Suspended Push-up Training Augments Size of not only Upper Limb but also Abdominal Muscles.

We investigated the effects of sling-based, suspended push-up training on muscle size and function of upper limb and abdominal muscles. Eight men conducted suspended push-ups to failure 3 sets/session, 3 sessions/week, for 8 weeks. The maximum number of push-ups during training gradually and from the first to last training session (+92%), suggesting improved muscle endurance. After the training, muscle thickness of the elbow extensors (+16%) and flexors (+3%), as well as abdominal muscles (rectus abdominis:...

Dog licks baby. Baby gets Pasteurella multocida meningitis.

Exosomal Notch3 from high glucose-stimulated endothelial cells regulates vascular smooth muscle cell calcification/aging.

Vascular calcification/aging can cause different kind of serious diabetic vascular complications. High glucose could induce vascular smooth muscle cells (VSMCs) calcification/aging and then lead to diabetes-related vascular calcification/aging. In this study, we investigated how information in the blood is transmitted to VSMCs and the mechanisms of VSMC calcification/aging under hyperglycaemic conditions.

Push Hard, Push Fast, Do Not Stop-Optimal Chest Compression Rate and Depth.

Perinatal palliative care after a stillbirth-Midwives' experiences of using Cubitus baby.

Usually, parents remain at the hospital for two or three days after a stillbirth in Sweden, and the routine until recently has been to place the baby in a refrigerator during the night. A device, the Cubitus Baby, a specially designed cot with cooling blocks, was implemented in all 47 delivery wards during 2013 and 2014.

Decreasing disabilities by letting babies die.

A Catholic hospital is decreasing the prevalence of disabilities in its Neonatal Intensive Care Unit [NICU] survivor. The hospital developed guidelines that encourage parents to allow their premature baby to die. Using extremely negative message framing, the physician guides the prospective parents to choose to forego an examination of their baby when it is born. Making this choice before birth ensure that no intervention or health care will be provided. The goal is to decrease the probability that the fami...

Compliance of a Baby-Friendly Designated Hospital in Ghana With the WHO/UNICEF Baby and Mother-Friendly Care Practices.

Although the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative has improved breastfeeding rates globally, weak monitoring still affects hospital-level implementation.

Acute Effects of Ballistic and Non-ballistic Bench Press on Plyometric Push-up Performance.

The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a ballistic or non-ballistic concentric-only bench press (COBP) on subsequent plyometric push-up performance. Fourteen resistance trained men completed two separate one-repetition-maximum (1RM) testing sessions followed by three randomized experimental explosive push-up sessions. These sessions combined a heavy concentric bench press with plyometric push-ups. Using a series of 3 × 10 (condition × time) repeated measures ANOVA, comparisons were made b...

Validity of the Apple Watch for monitoring push counts in people using manual wheelchairs.

A recent Apple Watch activity-monitoring innovation permits manual wheelchair users to monitor daily push counts. This study evaluated the validity of the Apple Watch push count estimate.

Determination and evaluation of in vitro bioaccessibility of the pyridoxal, pyridoxine, and pyridoxamine forms of vitamin B in cereal-based baby foods.

The bioavailability of the pyridoxal (PL), pyridoxine (PN), and pyridoxamine (PM) forms of vitamin B is different, considering that their bioaccessibility in baby foods is important for infant and young children's nutrition. The aim of this study was to determine and evaluate the bioaccessibility of the PL, PN, and PM forms of vitamin B in cereal-based baby foods an in vitro digestive system. In this study, the PL, PN, and PM forms of vitamin B were determined using HPLC in 13 cereal-based baby foods. The a...

Untangling Aging Using Dynamic, Organism-Level Phenotypic Networks.

Research on aging requires the ability to measure aging, and therein lies a challenge: it is impossible to measure every molecular, cellular, and physiological change that develops over time, but it is difficult to prioritize phenotypes for measurement because it is unclear which biological changes should be considered aspects of aging and, further, which species and environments exhibit "real aging." Here, I propose a strategy to address this challenge: rather than classify phenotypes as "real aging" or no...

A defined human aging phenome.

Aging is among the most complex phenotypes that occur in humans. Identifying the interplay between different age-associated features is undoubtedly critical to our understanding of aging and thus age-associated diseases. Nevertheless, what constitutes human aging is not well characterized. Towards this end, we mined millions of PubMed abstracts for age-associated terms, enabling us to generate a detailed description of the human aging phenotype. We discovered age-associated features in clusters that can be ...

Complementary foods in baby food pouches: position statement from the Nutrition Commission of the German Society for Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine (DGKJ, e.V.).

Pureed complementary feeding products packed in squeezable plastic pouches, usually with a spout and a screw cap, have been increasingly marketed. The Committee on Nutrition recommends that infants and young children should not suck pureed or liquid complementary foods from baby food pouches. Complementary foods should be offered with a spoon or should be fed as finger foods. Infants and young children should be given the opportunity to get to know a variety of foods and food textures including pieces of fo...

Increasing Cases of Shingles in the Eye Raise Key Questions.

Neurogenesis and brain aging.

Human aging affects the entire organism, but aging of the brain must undoubtedly be different from that of all other organs, as neurons are highly differentiated postmitotic cells, for the majority of which the lifespan in the postnatal period is equal to the lifespan of the entire organism. In this work, we examine the distinctive features of brain aging and neurogenesis during normal aging, pathological aging (Alzheimer's disease), and accelerated aging (Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome and Werner syn...

Generational Differences in Grit, Self-Control, and Conscientiousness Among Orthopaedic Surgeons: From Millennials to Baby Boomers.

The training process and practice of orthopaedic surgery is demanding and arduous. Accordingly, grit, self-control, and conscientiousness are desirable qualities in orthopaedic surgeons. Some established orthopaedists have expressed concern that the future generation of surgeons may not possess the same level of grit as their predecessors. The purpose of this study was to evaluate levels of grit among attending orthopaedic surgeons, identify predictors of grit in orthopaedic surgeons, and compare grit score...

Prevention of Shingles: Better Protection and Better Value With Recombinant Vaccine.

Effects of Different Hand Widths on Plyometric Push-up Performance.

Nichols, IA and Szivak, TK. Effects of different hand widths on plyometric push-up performance. J Strength Cond Res XX(X): 000-000, 2019-The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of hand width placement during the performance of plyometric push-ups. Ten male subjects (age: 24.14 ± 2.79 years, height: 178.14 ± 5.21 cm, and body mass: 91.55 ± 6.04 kg) performed 2 plyometric push-ups at 120, 150, and 170% of the subject's biacromial width (6 total push-ups) in a randomized order. Height (H), ...


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