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Relations of Shyness and Unsociability with Adjustment in Migrant and Non-migrant Children in Urban China.

The present study examined the relations of shyness and unsociability with indexes of adjustment in migrant and non-migrant Chinese children. Participants were migrant (n = 413) and non-migrant students (n = 513) in fourth to seventh grades (M age = 11.4 years) in urban China. Data on shyness, unsociability, and adjustment were collected from multiple sources, including peer evaluations, teacher ratings, self-reports, and school records. The results showed that shyness was associated with socia...


Discovering a region in the heart of the Amazon: the southern border of Guyana.

The Real Emergency at our Southern Border is Mental Health.


Blood lactate, pH, base excess and pCO as prognostic indicators in caesarean-born kids from goats with pregnancy toxaemia.

The objective of this study was to identify the prognostic value for survival of blood parameters in the immediate post-caesarean surgery period in kids born from pregnancy toxaemia (PT) goats. This study involved 10 PT goats, in which a caesarean surgery was performed. Twenty-five kids were born after caesarean surgery of which 16 survived. A blood sample was collected from the jugular vein of the 10 goats and from the kids immediately after caesarean surgery (within 15 min). There were differences betwe...

Minority migrant men's attitudes toward female genital mutilation: Developing strategies to engage men.

This article explores minority migrant men's attitudes towards female genital mutilation (FGM), and how these attitudes can be used to develop strategies to engage men in the eradication of FGM. Based on interviews and focus group discussions, the article finds that men's attitudes can be enabling, disabling or neutral: the identification of and variations between these need to be taken into account when developing strategies to engage men in the eradication of FGM. There is currently a window of opportunit...

Healthy Kids Cambodia - A novel approach to triage for dental care in a population with extreme caries experience.

To describe the disease experiences and treatment provided according to a set of novel triage criteria among children in the Healthy Kids Cambodia project.

Public health practitioners' perspectives of migrant health in an English region.

Migration is a complex and contested topic of public debate. Professionals working in public health must negotiate this politicised complexity, yet few studies examine the perspectives and practices of public health professionals in relation to migrant health. This study seeks to redress this by exploring how migrant health is conceptualised and addressed by public health professionals after a key transitional point in the reorganisation of public health in England and the public vote for the UK to leave th...

Dispersion of Leishmania (Leishmania) infantum in central-southern Brazil: Evidence from an integrative approach.

Leishmania (Leishmania) infantum is the zoonotic agent of visceral leishmaniasis (VL), a disease with a global distribution. The transmission scenario of VL has been undergoing changes worldwide, with the biologic cycle invading urbanized areas and dispersing the parasites into other previously free areas. The epidemiological cycle in Brazil has dispersed from the Northeast to other regions of the country. In this study, an integrative approach, including genotyping Brazilian strains of L. (L.) infantum for...

How to help researchers in palliative care improve responsiveness to migrants and other underrepresented populations: developing and testing a self-assessment instrument.

European migrant populations are aging and will increasingly be in need of palliative and end of life care. However, migrant patients are often underrepresented in palliative care research populations. This poses a number of drawbacks, such as the inability to generalize findings or check the appropriateness of care innovations amongst migrant patients. The aim of this study was to develop a self-assessment instrument to help palliative care researchers assess and find ways to improve their projects' divers...

Fat Mass Index and dietary behaviours of the Polish Border Guard officers

Due to specific requirements of service, Border Guard officers should be characterized by good health. Whereas there is lack of studies assessing nutritional status as well as dietary behaviours among Polish Border Guard officers.

Effect of selenium supplementation on attainment of puberty in Saanen male goat kids.

The aim of the study was to evaluate the effect on selenium supplementation on attainment of puberty in Saanen male goat kids. Forty Saanen male goats kids were divided into two groups: selenium supplemented (n = 20) and control (n = 20). The treatment group received sodium selenite at a ninety days interval for an experimental period of 150 days. All experimental Saanen male goat kids were fed Lucerne hay deficient in selenium. The development of the reproductive functions of the male goat kids was...

Impact of Insecure Immigration Status and Ethnicity on Antenatal Mental Health Among Migrant Women.

There is limited evidence on the prevalence and odds of antenatal common mental disorders (CMDs) among migrant women and the effect on risk of intersecting variables such as immigration status and ethnicity. This study aimed to estimate the prevalence and odds of antenatal CMDs among migrant women compared to UK-born women in an inner-London maternity service.

Breaking down the barriers: Understanding migrant workers' access to healthcare in Malaysia.

Malaysia is widely credited to have achieved universal health coverage for citizens. However, the accessibility of healthcare services to migrant workers is questionable. Recently, medical fees for foreigners at public facilities were substantially increased. Mandatory health insurance only covers public hospital admissions and excludes undocumented migrants. This study explores barriers to healthcare access faced by documented and undocumented migrant workers in Malaysia.

Positive predictive value and screening performance of GoCheck Kids in a primary care university clinic.

To determine the positive predictive value (PPV) of GoCheck Kids, a smartphone-based photoscreener, to detect refractive amblyopia risk factors (ARFs) in children 3-48 months of age.

Were infections in migrants associated with the resurgence of measles epidemic during 2013-2014 in Southern China? A retrospective data analysis.

The 2009 province-wide and 2010 nation-wide supplementary immunization activities (SIAs) have greatly reduced the measles prevalence in Guangdong, a province in Southern China with the largest migrant population. However, during 2013-2014, Guangdong experienced a resurgence of measles epidemic. In this study, we examined the association between infections in migrants and the resurgence of measles epidemic.

Towards equity in migrant's health ?

Migrant populations, due to their condition of migrants, are exposed to structural vulnerability factors, which influence their health status. Globally, evidences on the negative impact of these structural factors on migrants' health are increasing. We hereby describe these structural factors, which exert their influence at health system's macro-, meso- and micro-levels. We then propose some solutions in order to mitigate the negative effects of these factors on migrants' health. We highlight some key attri...

Analysis of the prevalence and influencing factors of occupational musculoskeletal disorders among rural migrant workers in Tianjin.

To explore the prevalence of occupational musculoskeletal disorders (OMD) and its influencing factors among rural migrant workers in Tianjin, with the aim of developing strategies to improve the health condition of this specific population. Questionnaire survey was conducted among 415 rural migrant workers working in Tianjin about their fundamental state and occupational musculoskeletal disorders (OMD) during January 2015 to January 2016. Statistical methods were utilized to analyze the influencing factor....

How prepared are we for cross-border outbreaks? An exploratory analysis of cross-border response networks for outbreaks of multidrug resistant microorganisms in the Netherlands and Germany.

The emergence and spread of multidrug resistant microorganisms is a serious threat to transnational public health. Therefore, it is vital that cross-border outbreak response systems are constantly prepared for fast, rigorous, and efficient response. This research aims to improve transnational collaboration by identifying, visualizing, and exploring two cross-border response networks that are likely to unfold during outbreaks involving the Netherlands and Germany.

Epidemiology of Prehospital Care at the San Diego (USA) - Tijuana (Mexico) International Border Crossing.

San Diego has one of the busiest international land border crossings in the world. The epidemiology of prehospital care at the San Diego (California, United States) - Tijuana (Baja California, Mexico) border crossings are previously unreported. Investigators sought to describe prehospital care provided at the San Diego border crossings.

Disparities in access to and use of HIV-related health services in the Netherlands by migrant status and sexual orientation: a cross-sectional study among people recently diagnosed with HIV infection.

Migrants often face barriers to accessing healthcare. We examined disparities in access to and use of HIV-related health services between migrant and non-migrant people recently diagnosed with HIV living in the Netherlands, taken into account sexual orientation. Also, we examined differences in experiences in living with HIV between these groups.

Tick-borne pathogens in carthorses from Foz do Iguaçu City, Paraná State, southern Brazil: A tri-border area of Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina.

Tick-borne diseases (TBD) constitute an important group of illness affecting animals and humans worldwide. In Brazil, carthorses are frequently exposed to ticks and tick-borne pathogens, leading to impairment of horse performance and imposing restrictions by the international veterinary authorities for the importation of horses. Accordingly, this study has aimed to i) determine the prevalence of the TBD agents Theileria equi, Babesia caballi, Ehrlichia spp., and hemotropic mycoplasmas in carthorses, ii) ide...

Migrant status and identification as ultra-high risk for psychosis and transitioning to a psychotic disorder.

Certain migrant groups are more likely to develop a psychotic disorder compared to the native-born populations and a younger age at migration is associated with greater risk. However, it is not known at which stage migration has an effect on the development of psychotic disorders. We examined whether migrants were more likely to be identified as ultra-high risk for psychosis (UHR) compared to native-born young people, and whether migrant status was associated with the risk of transition to a full-threshold ...

Reply to letter.

We appreciate the letter from Dr. Feng and colleagues regarding our recent research publication.(1) The authors made insightful comments on diabetic medications. We have collected information on the use of specific classes of diabetes medications at the time of cirrhosis evaluation. As expected, a high proportion of diabetic patients were on combinations of different classes of diabetic medications. We did not observe any interactions between different classes of diabetes medications and the risk of HCC.

Rural-urban migration and mental health of Chinese migrant children: Systematic review and meta-analysis.

Mental health has become a new focus of public health related to migrants in recent years. There are many contradictions in previous studies on the mental health status of migrant children in China.

Variation in Clinical Presentations and Outcomes of Heat Stroke Victims in the Mass-Casualty Setting.

Immigrants crossing the Southern U.S. border are particularly susceptible to heat illness. We review 3 patients from a heat-related mass-casualty incident with variations in heat stroke presentation, course, and outcome.


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