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Constriction canal assisted artificial lateral line system for enhanced hydrodynamic pressure sensing.

With the assistance of mechanosensory lateral line system, fish can perceive minute water motions in complex underwater environments. Inspired by the constriction within canal nearby canal neuromast in fish lateral line system, we proposed a novel canal artificial lateral line (CALL) device with constriction in canal nearby the sensing element. The designed CALL device consisted of poly(vinylidene fluoride-trifluoroethylene)/polyimide cantilever as sensing element and polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) microfluid ...


Association Between Childhood Behaviors and Adult Employment Earnings in Canada.

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.

UK Public Health Science 2019: a call for abstracts.


Alternative measures of body composition and wage premium: New evidence from Indonesia.

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.

Night Call in a Teaching Hospital: 1979 and 2019.

Supercharge your on-call bag: 4 must-have items for dermatology residents.

The contents of a dermatology resident's on-call bag can make or break their inpatient experience. This article explores 4 outside-the-box items to carry when on call (or in clinic): a hemostatic powder, antimicrobial marker, portable Wood lamp, and substitute for Michel solution.

Should Trolleys Be Scared of Mice? Replies to Evans and Brandt (2019); Białek, Turpin, and Fugelsang (2019); Colman, Gold, and Pulford (2019); and Plunkett and Greene (2019).

Health endowment and later-life outcomes in the labour market: Evidence using genetic risk scores and reduced-form models.

This paper examines the relationship between health endowment and later-life outcomes in the labour market. The analysis is based on reduced-form models in which labour market outcomes are regressed on genetic variants related to the increased risk of cardiovascular diseases. We use linked Finnish data that have many strengths. Genetic risk scores constitute exogenous measures for health endowment, and accurate administrative tax records on earnings, employment and social income transfers provide a comprehe...

Stress and autonomic response to sleep deprivation in medical residents: A comparative cross-sectional study.

The aim of this study was to evaluate the stress suffered by medical residents as the result of being on call for 24 hours, from a multidimensional approach. Two groups of medical residents selected according to their work shift, participated in the study: one group (n = 40) was sleep-deprived after having been actively on-call for 24 hours, and another contrast group (n = 18) had performed a normal work day and were not sleep-deprived. All participants completed pre-post measures during a 24 h cycle. These...

The impact of anticipating a stressful task on sleep inertia when on-call.

Sleep inertia, the state of reduced alertness upon waking, can negatively impact on-call workers. Anticipation of a stressful task on sleep inertia, while on-call was investigated. Young, healthy males (n = 23) spent an adaptation, control and two counterbalanced on-call nights in the laboratory. When on-call, participants were told they would be woken to a high or low stress task. Participants were not woken during the night, instead were given a 2300-0700 sleep opportunity. Participants slept ∼7.5-h...

Social calls of Myotis nattereri during swarming: Call structure mirrors the different behavioral context.

Swarming is a characteristic behavior of bats that occurs in different social contexts. We studied the swarming behavior of Myotis nattereri at a maternity colony and at an autumn swarming site in South-West Germany by using synchronized sound and video recordings. Swarming was always associated with social vocalizations consisting of four frequently occurring call types. Call type A was a short call with a broadband steep-shallow-steep downward frequency modulation. Call type B consisted of two elements be...

Overnight heart rate variability and next day cortisol response during simulated on-call conditions.

This study had two specific objectives, 1) to investigate the impact of being on-call on overnight heart rate variability during sleep and; 2) to examine whether being on-call overnight impacted next-day salivary cortisol concentrations.

Web Exclusive. Annals On Call - Firearm Violence: A Call to Action.

Romosozumab: First Global Approval.

Romosozumab (EVENITY™) is a humanised monoclonal antibody against sclerostin being developed by Amgen and UCB for the treatment of osteoporosis. On the basis of favourable results from several phase III trials in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis, and a single trial in men with osteoporosis, romosozumab is being considered for marketing approval in the US, EU and Canada, and was recently approved for marketing in Japan. This article summarizes the milestones in the development of romosozumab leading ...

Waking qEEG to assess psychophysiological stress and alertness during simulated on-call conditions.

On-call schedules are associated with stress and disrupted sleep. In a recent study, under non-sleep deprived conditions, low and high-stress on-call conditions did not significantly impact sleep quality but did impact next day performance. Our aim was to determine whether quantitative electroencephalography (qEEG) would reflect changes in cortical activity in on-call conditions, predicting that the high-stress condition would display faster qEEG frequencies compared with the control and low-stress conditio...

2019 Scientific Session of the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES), Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 3-6 April 2019: 2019 Posters.

Sahamalaza Sportive Lemur, Lepilemur sahamalaza, Vocal Communication: Call Use, Context and Gradation.

Stereotypical vocalisations can facilitate long-distance communication in dense and, thus, sound-degrading forest habitats. Despite this, primate vocal repertoires often also include gradations between different call types that are used in social interactions. Because many nocturnal primates show a solitary social structure, it has been difficult to assess the role vocalisations play in mediating their social encounters. Here we aim to expand on the call types of Sahamalaza sportive lemurs, Lepilemur sahama...

Cavity Macrophages Get to the Heart of the Issue.

In this issue of Immunity, Deniset et al. (2019) reveal a reparative function for GATA6 pericardial cavity macrophages following cardiac injury. Their findings call for reconsideration of surgical procedures that involve the removal of the pericardium.

Follow-up to Hartmann & Prichard: Should universities invest in promoting healthy sleep? A question of academic and economic significance.

We use regression results from Hartmann & Prichard (2018) in conjunction with other publicly available data to estimate the economic benefits from early identification and treatment of sleep problems on raising the likelihood of students' college graduation and future earnings.

An overview of how on call consultant paediatricians can recognise and manage severe primary immunodeficiencies.

Severe primary paediatric immunodeficiency syndromes are rare and potentially fatal unless suspected, diagnosed and treated early. We provide clinical guidance and support for on call consultant paediatricians working in secondary level hospitals on how to recognise and manage children with these conditions. Our paper addresses four conditions that risk the most severe outcomes if they are not adequately cared for during on call periods, such as weekends: severe combined immunodeficiency, haemophagocytic ly...

Heritability of advertisement call properties of the Japanese quail.

The objective of this study was to investigate genetic variances and covariances among features of the male Japanese quail advertisement call. Duration of the first, second and third syllable, the length of interval 1 (between the first and the second syllable), interval 2 (between the second and the third syllable) and damping (extension of the third syllable) were measured as temporal properties of the call. Spectral properties were peak frequencies of each syllable and the damping component. In this stud...

Hepatocellular carcinoma up-regulated long non-coding RNA: a putative marker in multiple sclerosis.

Highly up-regulated in liver cancer (HULC) is a cancer-associated long non-coding RNA (lncRNA) which may regulate expression of other genes by working as a competing RNA for microRNAs. In the current study, we assessed transcript levels of this lncRNA in peripheral blood of multiple sclerosis (MS) patients and healthy persons to evaluate its possible role in the pathogenesis of this inflammatory disease and its diagnostic power. The results of Multilevel Bayesian showed no significant difference between cas...

On Call at the Capitol: TMA's 2019 Legislative Agenda.

When the 86th Texas Legislature convenes on Jan. 8, TMA will build on its major successes of 2017, renew some of the biggest battles that stalled two years ago, and tackle relatively new ones. Physicians will make their case to a somewhat new makeup of lawmakers as they pursue better Medicaid coverage for postpartum women, insurer accountability for narrow networks, more funding for community mental health, and many other aims.

When Is The Price Of A Drug Unjust? The Average Lifetime Earnings Standard.

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...

Comment on "Theoretical Investigations on Geometrical and Electronic Structures of Silver Clusters".

We would like to make a few comments on the results reported in a recent paper in this journal by Tsuneda, J. Comput. Chem, 2019, 40, 206. The structures of some pure silver clusters were not correctly assigned. © 2019 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.


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