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Specifying the association between childhood behaviors and adult earnings can inform the development of screening tools and preventive interventions to enhance social integration and economic participation.
This paper examines the relationship between body composition and earnings in a developing country setting. We use body mass index, waist circumference and hip circumference. Exploiting the panel structure of our longitudinal survey, we find that along with BMI, waist circumference is related to higher earnings in Indonesia.
In this issue of Cell Host & Microbe, Summers et al. (2019) use protein engineering to generate a toolbox of HIV-1 capsid oligomers. In an accompanying Cell Reports paper, Huang et al. (2019) use these oligomers to determine how the capsid engages the kinesin-1 adaptor protein FEZ1.
Bioscience subjects are one of the most discussed nursing curricula contents in terms of the longed known teaching and learning challenges for nursing students. Recent studies examined the specific use of technology as teaching strategies. However, there are still significant gaps around nursing students' perception of biosciences within nursing education and the significance of teaching delivery methods to these perceptions.
The majority of Americans believe that lowering drug prices should be the top health care priority for the federal government. Yet drug costs as a proportion of the country's medical expenditures have increased substantially in recent years. Because drugs are basic necessities, and because how much society should contribute toward providing basic necessities is a question of justice, policies regarding drug prices must fulfill principles of justice, not just economic efficiency. In this article I define a s...
The blastocyst stage and the subsequent implantation are critical for a successful pregnancy, yet are challenging to study in vivo. In this issue of Stem Cell Reports, Kime et al. (2019) describe a novel way to generate blastocyst-like structures only from pluripotent stem cells. These structures mimic several aspects of the early embryo, offering a new promising tool to study this stage.
Exercise boosts neural stem and progenitor cell proliferation and differentiation in the dentate gyrus region of the hippocampus. In this issue of Stem Cell Reports, Leiter et al. (2019) identify acute exercise-induced platelet activation and platelet factor-4 as novel systemic mediators of adult hippocampal neurogenesis.
Sundaravinayagam et al. (2019) uncovered a critical role of 53BP1 in class switch recombination in B cells beyond its role in limiting end resection.
Post Partum Haemorrhage (PPH) is a global problem that requires a team-based approach for effective care and management. There are a plethora of national reports that have identified deficiencies in clinical teamworking leading to preventable mortality and morbidity in PPH. Furthermore, improving teamworking has been associated with improved outcomes (Liberati, E.G., et al., Soc Sci Med, 2019. 223: p. 64-72). A study that furthers our understanding of effective teams and their function in real life is ther...
Globalization and migration are increasing the demand for reports in different languages. We aimed to examine if structured reports created by non-German-speaking radiologists with multilingual templates show significant differences in quality to structured reports and free-text reports by German native speakers.