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Community-Based Cognitive Social Capital and Depressive Symptoms Among Older Adults in Urban China: The Moderating Role of Family Social Capital.

The present study examined the moderating role of family social capital in the relationship between community-based cognitive social capital and depressive symptoms among community-dwelling older adults in urban China. Cross-sectional data were derived from a community survey conducted in Suzhou, China, in late 2015. Data from 441 respondents were included in the final analysis. Multiple group analysis was used to test the hypotheses. The latent construct of community-based cognitive social capital was base...

The opioid crisis and the infrastructure of social capital.

This paper reflects upon ethnographic work carried out in a suburban Massachusetts town that has experienced particularly high rates of opioid mis/use. In open-ended conversations, residents attributed the local opioid crisis to institutional betrayals of various sorts. Building upon the idea that social capital tends to be health-enhancing, this paper traces the decline in the infrastructure of social capital and the associated decline in cultural capital or scripts for making sense out of life's challenge...

Relationship between social capital and happiness in a Japanese community - a cross-sectional study.

The influence of social capital on happiness is attracting attention around the world. Many studies that investigated the relationship between social capital and happiness suggest that happiness correlates to a positive social environment. The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between social capital and happiness in a community with the lowest National Health Insurance expenditures in Miyazaki Prefecture (Japan). This cross-sectional study targeted 2730 residents in the community aged 40-75...

Investigating the impact of human capital on the ecological footprint in India: An empirical analysis.

Many recent studies have focused on the influencing factors of the ecological footprint, but less attention has been given to human capital. Human capital, which is based on education and rate of return on education, may reduce the ecological footprint since environmental issues are human-induced. The current study investigates the impact of human capital on the ecological footprint in India for the period 1971 to 2014. The outcomes of the newly developed combined cointegration test of Bayer and Hanck discl...

Community-based structural social capital and depressive symptoms of older urban Chinese adults: The mediating role of cognitive social capital.

The present study aimed to investigate the mediating role of cognitive social capital in the association between community-based structural social capital and depressive symptoms among older adults living in urban China.

A pathway analysis of exploring how HIV-related stigma affects social capital among people living with HIV/AIDS in China.

HIV-related stigma is the most common and serious social problem which people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) have to face. However, the impact of HIV stigma on social capital is not yet clear. Therefore, this study aims to understand the relationship between HIV stigma and social capital, and explore the mechanism of how HIV stigma influences social capital among Chinese PLWHA on this basis. An institutional based cross-sectional study was conducted from Nov 2015 to Jan 2016 in Wuhan, China, using a self-repo...

Capital Gains: Attracting Investors Without Losing Independence.

Can physicians line up venture capital without letting go of their independence? It's not so easy.

Association between social capital and second dose of measles vaccination in Japan: Results from the A-CHILD study.

Measles vaccination is important to prevent outbreak, and social capital can be an important preventive factor. However, there have been very few studies that investigated the association between social capital and measles vaccination, especially the second dose, which is more likely to be suboptimal. This study aimed to investigate the association between social capital and second dose of measles vaccine.

Drivers of urban expansion over the past three decades: a comparative study of Beijing, Tianjin, and Shijiazhuang.

Urban expansion is influenced by various natural and anthropogenic factors. Understanding the driving forces of urban expansion is crucial for modeling the process of urban expansion as well as guiding urban planning and management. Here, we quantified and compared the effects of natural, socioeconomic, and neighboring factors on urban expansion and their temporal dynamics in three large cities in the Jing-Jin-Ji Urban Agglomeration: Beijing, Tianjin, and Shijiazhuang. We used remote sensing imagery from si...

Intrapreneurial Self-Capital: A Primary Preventive Resource for Twenty-First Century Entrepreneurial Contexts.

This article discusses the role of intrapreneurial self-capital (ISC) as a possible primary preventive resource to effectively deal with the complexity of the current entrepreneurial environment. The article deepens both the similarities and differences between ISC and psychological capital and thus proceeds to present the most recent empirical evidence that connects ISC to (1) employability and career decision making, (2) innovative behavior, and (3) well-being. The possibilities for further research and i...

New antibiotics for community-acquired pneumonia.

This review provides the rationale for the development of new antibiotics to treat community-acquired pneumonia (CAP). It also provides an overview of the new antibiotics targeting CAP that have recently received approval by the regulatory agencies, and those antibiotics that are in the development pipeline.


Acquired hemophilia A is a rare disease. The incidence has been estimated to be 1.3-1.5 cases per 1 million persons per year. The etiology of acquired hemophilia A varies. It may develop in patients with autoimmune disorders, hematologic and solid cancers or in women during pregnancy or following childbirth. In about half of the cases no underlying disease can be found. The clinical picture is dominated by severe soft tissue hematomas especially in the cases of pregnancy-related acquired hemophilia A. Unlik...

How does capital structure change product-market competitiveness? Evidence from Chinese firms.

Finance research shows capital structure has an important effect on the product-market competitiveness of firms. Our paper documents an asymmetric effect of capital structure on firms' competitiveness in a sample of Chinese firms. Firms whose capital structure is characterized by a low leverage but rapid leverage growth has a dominant position in their product market. The industry average leverage ratio is also a critical factor influencing firms' competitiveness. High debt levels hinder firms' competitiven...

Assisting Rapid Soft-Tissue Expansion with Adipose-Derived Stem Cells: An Experimental Study in a Pig Model.

Rapid tissue expansion has been attempted, aiming at shortening the period of conventional expansion. However, it has scarcely been clinically applied because of its drawbacks such as low expansion efficiency and tissue destruction. Adipose-derived stem cell transplantation is a promising therapeutic method in regenerative medicine. However, its effects on rapid expansion remain poorly understood.

Emotional labor strategies and job burnout in preschool teachers: Psychological capital as a mediator and moderator.

Preschool teachers can easily become exhausted and worn out, otherwise known as job burnout. Studies have explored the effects of emotional labor strategies and psychological capital on job burnout; however, few have examined their trilateral relationship, especially the role of psychological capital with respect to emotional labor strategies and job burnout.

Temporal heterogeneity of the association between social capital and health: an age-period-cohort analysis in China.

The temporal heterogeneity of the association between social capital and health has not been fully discussed yet, so this study aimed to examine whether and how the association between social capital and health varied with age, period, and cohort.

Assessing urban-rural differences in the relationship between social capital and depression among Ghanaian and South African older adults.

Research has demonstrated benefits of social capital on depression, but variations in this relationship by geographic characteristics such as urbanicity have rarely been investigated.

Acquired Von Willebrand Syndrome (AVWS) in cardiovascular disease: a state of the art review for clinicians.

Von Willebrand Factor (vWF) is a large glycoprotein with a broad range of physiological and pathological functions in health and disease. While vWF is critical for normal hemostasis, vascular integrity and repair, quantitative and qualitative abnormalities in the molecule can predispose to serious bleeding and thrombosis. The heritable form of von Willebrand Disease was first described nearly a century ago, but more recently, recognition of an acquired condition known as acquired von Willebrand Syndrome (AV...

The association between social capital factors and sedentary behaviour among older adults: Does the built environment matter?

Evidences in the literature uphold social capital factors, namely social networks and support as a buffer against sedentary behaviour. A recent school of thought also contends that the built environment supports these factors to reduce sedentary behaviour. This study examined the role of the built environment in the association between the said social capital factors and sedentary behaviour. Participants of the study were 504 volunteer older adults in Accra, Ghana. A self-reported questionnaire was used to ...

Mapping the cattle industry in Brazil's most dynamic cattle-ranching state: Slaughterhouses in Mato Grosso, 1967-2016.

The state of Mato Grosso is Brazil's agribusiness powerhouse with a cattle herd of 30.2 million head in 2017. With land use patterns heavily influenced by beef production, which requires substantial land inputs, the state is a key target for environmental conservation. Yet the spatial and temporal dynamics of slaughterhouses in Mato Grosso remain largely unknown due to data limitations. Here, we provide a novel method to map slaughterhouse expansion and contraction. We analyzed the opening and closing of 13...

Systematic Review of Literature: Social Capital and Adolescents who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.

Outcomes have improved for adolescents who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) in recent years in areas such as language and speech; however, outcomes such as pragmatic and psychosocial development are still not equal to adolescents with typical hearing. This systematic review of literature explored recent research as it pertains to social capital and adolescents who are DHH. The inclusion criteria were extended to include other populations who are DHH and adolescents with other disabilities to identify futur...

Illustrative effects of social capital on health and quality of life among older adult in India: Results from WHO-SAGE India.

Lacuna in contemporary Indian academic research highlights the need to investigate the component of social capital and health outcome among elderly individuals in Indian context. Study endeavors to investigate prevalence of health indicators: self-rated good health(SRH), functional limitation, depression and quality of life(QoL) and the illustrative effects of social capital on elderly health outcome and QoL.

Bilateral femoral capital physeal fractures in an adult cat with suspected congenital primary hypothyroidism.

A 4-year-old, neutered male European shorthair was presented for evaluation of right hind limb lameness. Radiographs revealed bilateral femoral capital physeal fractures, widened vertebral growth plates and constipation. Physical findings included lethargy, mental dullness, mild hypothermia, retarded growth, pharyngeal stridor, moderate muscle atrophy of pelvic limbs, hair coat abnormalities, and lack of defecation and urination. A thyroid panel revealed thyroid hormone values below detection limits and hig...

Slipped capital femoral epiphysis: clinical presentation, diagnostic procedure and classification.

Slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE) is a frequent chronic and often bilateral atraumatic slippage of the epiphysis relative to the femoral neck in adolescence. The success of the treatment depends on the extent of the slippage and possible complications.

Nearly Half of Metastatic Brain Disease Patients Prescribed Ten Fractions of Whole Brain Radiation Therapy Die Without Completing Treatment.

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