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Multimorbidity and health seeking behaviours among older people in Myanmar: A community survey.

The world population is aging very rapidly and the impact is more severe in developing countries because of insufficient resources and low awareness of the challenges faced by older people. This study aimed to explore multimorbidity of older people in Myanmar and their health seeking behaviours.

The Influence of Feelings While Driving Regular Cars on the Perception and Acceptance of Self-Driving Cars.

Self-driving vehicles will affect the future of transportation, but factors that underlie perception and acceptance of self-driving cars are yet unclear. Research on feelings as information and the affect heuristic has suggested that feelings are an important source of information, especially in situations of complexity and uncertainty. In this study (N = 1,484), we investigated how feelings related to traditional driving affect risk perception, benefit perception, and trust related to self-driving cars as ...

Toward understanding mental illness stigma and help-seeking: A social identity perspective.

People who experience mental illness are unlikely to seek help. Research suggests that mental illness stigma negatively impacts help-seeking, yet there is little information about factors that relate to stigma that are positively associated with help-seeking among those with compromised mental health. Emerging research suggests that aspects of the social identity perspective, namely group social identification and perceptions about the group, may provide insights as to how people who experience mental illne...

When variety is not the spice of life: The influence of perceived relational self-threat on variety seeking in snack choices.

People often seek variety in food choices because they believe variety offers them many benefits such as giving them a chance to explore new foods while decreasing the likelihood of boredom from eating the same food repeatedly. While much research has explored situational factors that increase variety seeking behavior, we explore a situational factor that decreases variety seeking. Specifically, this research investigates how perceived relational threat affects variety seeking in snack choices. Across three...

Online help-seeking prior to diagnosis: Can web-based resources reduce the duration of untreated mood disorders in young people?

Mood and anxiety disorders typically begin in adolescence or early adulthood, but those at the age of highest risk are among those least likely to access mental health services. However, they may be more likely than other demographic groups to seek help online. The goal of the present study was to investigate the online help- and information-seeking activity of young people newly diagnosed with mood and anxiety disorders in order to better understand how digital resources might serve this population.

The primacy order effect in complex decision making.

The goal of the present study was to assess the role of information order in situations of complex decision making in which participants have to process a large amount of information (e.g., Dijksterhuis et al. Science 311(5763): 1005-1007, 2006). In two experiments, participants were presented with information about four cars, each characterized by 12 attributes. Immediately following the presentation of the 48 sentences describing these four cars, participants had to choose the one they would prefer to pur...

Nonlinear optical characterization of porous carbon materials by CARS, SHG and TPEF.

The Coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) microscopy is employed to characterize porous carbon materials. The slices of two dimensional (2D) CARS images are obtained, using Z-scan technology. Furthermore, the three dimensional (3D) image of CARS is reconstructed with the Z-scanned 2D CARS images. The visualizations of rotation for 3D CARS are also shown. The 2D and 3D CARS images with rotations can clearly characterize the structures and properties of porous carbon materials, including the surface an...

"Even if she's really sick at home, she will pretend that everything is fine.": Delays in seeking care and treatment for advanced HIV disease in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.

HIV prevalence in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is estimated to be 1.2%, and access to HIV testing and treatment remains low across the country. Despite advances in treatment, HIV continues to be one of the main reasons for hospitalisation and death in low- and middle-income countries, including DRC, but the reasons why people delay seeking health-care when they are extremely sick remain little understood. People in Kinshasa, DRC, continue to present to health-care facilities in an advanced stage o...

The need for further oral health research surrounding the provision of dental treatment for people with drug dependency.

The aim of this article is to highlight the need for further research in providing dental care for people with drug dependency. The association between people who misuse substances and dental disease is widely known occurrence, yet there have been few studies conducted in the UK surrounding this issue due to the nature of the cohort. Further to this, there are a multitude of barriers to accessing/seeking dental care that exist for those with drug dependency. Going forward, there is a need for the developmen...

Crash risk of ESC-fitted passenger cars.

We examined both fatal and injury at-fault crashes of a population of passenger cars fitted with electronic stability control (ESC). Crash rates were calculated in relation to both registration years and mileage. Crash rates were also calculated for a non-ESC car population and crash rate ratios were calculated to compare the crash risk between ESC-fitted and non-ESC-fitted passenger cars.

Self-medication for migraine: A nationwide cross-sectional study in Italy.

Headache disorders are considered the second leading cause of years lived with disability worldwide, and 90% of people have a headache episode at least once a year, thus representing a relevant public health priority. As the pharmacist is often the first and only point of reference for people complaining of headache, we carried out a survey in a nationwide sample of Italian pharmacies, in order to describe the distribution of migraine or non-migraine type headaches and medicines overuse among people enterin...

Help-seeking and people with aphasia who have mood problems after stroke: perspectives of speech-language pathologists.

Access to treatments for mood disorders may pose a challenge to individuals with compromised communication ability. Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) have previously reported that their clients with aphasia decline formal psychological support; however, their role in their clients' help-seeking has not been explored.

Medical treatment seeking behaviors and its influencing factors in employed floating population in China.

To understand medical treatment seeking behaviors and its influencing factors in employed floating population in China and provide evidence for the development of health service policies for floating population. Data were from the national chronic disease and risk factor surveillance (floating population part) in 2012. Floating population were selected through multistage clustering sampling stratified by industries in 170 counties and districts from 31 provinces (autonomous regions, municipality directly u...

Factors associated with help-seeking behavior among medically serious attempters aged 15-54 years in rural China.

Increasing help-seeking behavior was one of the effective methods for suicide prevention. However, help-seeking behavior was less explored in rural China. In this study, we aimed to analyze the factors which were associated with help-seeking behavior among medically serious suicide attempters in rural China. Subjects were 791 medically serious suicide attempters aged 15-54 years in rural China. A face-to-face interview was conducted to evaluate the age, gender, education years, marital status, occupation, r...

Help Seeking in the Perinatal Period: A Review of Barriers and Facilitators.

Perinatal depression affects approximately 10 to 20 percent of women during pregnancy or the first 12 months postpartum. Increased attention has been given to the prevalence of and screening for perinatal depression, yet little research addresses help seeking for this issue. The overall barriers and facilitators of help seeking among these women have yet to be addressed in a systematic way. A systematic literature review was conducted to identify studies that focused on help seeking among women with perina...

Problem Gambler Help-Seeker Types: Barriers to Treatment and Help-Seeking Processes.

Understanding of the barriers to seeking help and treatment for gambling problems remains limited. Research has thus far focused on either the barriers or motivators for help-seeking. This interview-based study investigated both barriers to treatment and the help-seeking process. Three help-seekers types were identified: individualistic, multi-problematic and family-centric. Individualistic help-seekers emphasise psychological reasons as the major barriers to treatment but also see themselves as key actors ...

Randomised, phase 1, dose-finding study of MEDI4166, a PCSK9 antibody and GLP-1 analogue fusion molecule, in overweight or obese patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in people with type 2 diabetes. MEDI4166 is a proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9 (PCSK9) antibody and glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) analogue fusion molecule designed to treat patients with type 2 diabetes who are at risk for cardiovascular disease. In this completed, first-in-human study, we evaluated the safety and efficacy of single or multiple doses of MEDI4166 in participants with type 2 diabetes.

Applying Situational Theory of Problem Solving in Cancer Information Seeking: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of 2014 HINTS Survey.

Informed by the Situational Theory of Problem Solving (STOPS), this study used data from the Health Information National Trends Survey, a large and representative national sample, to examine predictors of information seeking and information accessing of health information, including cancer-related information. We found that the independent variables in STOPS-problem recognition, involvement recognition, and referent criterion- well predicted people's information seeking of cancer-related information and acc...

'We are always desperate and will try anything to conceive': The convoluted and dynamic process of health seeking among women with infertility in the West Coast Region of The Gambia.

In many Sub-Saharan African countries, women with infertility search relentlessly for treatment. Guided by the Partners for Applied Social Sciences model for health seeking behaviour and access to care research, this study aims to understand the health seeking behaviour of women with infertility in the West Coast region of The Gambia and the influence of aetiological beliefs on health seeking paths.

Is there a positive side to sensation seeking? Trajectories of sensation seeking and impulsivity may have unique outcomes in young adulthood.

High levels of sensation seeking and impulsivity in adolescence are typically associated with risky behaviours; limited research has examined the relation of these traits to positive outcomes. Given that adolescence is a sensitive developmental period that can impact success later in life, we adopt the Positive Youth Development Framework to better understand how the development of self-reported sensation seeking and impulsivity may be differentially related to positive markers of early adulthood.

Explaining patient delay in healthcare seeking and loss to diagnostic follow-up among patients with presumptive tuberculosis in Tanzania: a mixed-methods study.

Delay in healthcare seeking and loss to diagnostic follow-up (LDFU) contribute to substantial increase in tuberculosis (TB) morbidity and mortality. We examined factors, including perceived causes and prior help seeking, contributing to delay and LDFU during referral to a TB clinic among patients with presumptive TB initially seeking help at the pharmacies in Dar es Salaam Tanzania.

Chimeric Antigen Receptor Signaling Domains Differentially Regulate Proliferation and Native T Cell Receptor Function in Virus-Specific T Cells.

The efficacy of T cells expressing chimeric antigen receptors (CARs) for solid tumors has been limited by insufficient CAR T cell expansion and persistence. The use of virus-specific T cells (VSTs) as carriers for CARs may overcome this limitation since CAR-VSTs can be boosted by viral vaccines or oncolytic viruses. However, there is limited understanding of the optimal combination of endodomains and their influence on the native T cell receptor (TCR) in VSTs. We therefore compared the function of GD2.CARs ...

Sex differences in ethanol reward seeking under conflict in mice.

Alcohol use disorders are characterized by inflexible alcohol seeking that occurs despite adverse consequences. Males and females are differentially sensitive to ethanol reward, but it is unclear whether sex differences in ethanol seeking under reward-aversion conflict are present.

Pump-probe multi-species CARS in a hollow-core PCF with a 20  ppm detection limit under ambient conditions.

We report coherent anti-Stokes Raman spectroscopy (CARS) in a gas-filled single-ring hollow-core photonic crystal fiber (SR-PCF) using a pump-probe configuration. The long collinear path length offered by an SR-PCF strongly enhances the efficiency of the Raman interactions. Pressure tuning the zero-dispersion wavelength (ZDW) of the SR-PCF allows the Raman coherence prepared by seeded pumping at 515 nm to be used in the visible for phase-matched generation of an anti-Stokes signal from a probe in the ultra...

The mechanism of phase transitions in azide perovskites probed by vibrational spectroscopy.

The temperature-dependent IR and Raman spectroscopy has been used to study the phase transitions in manganese-azide frameworks with either dimethylammonium (DMA) or tetramethylammonium (TMA) cations which adopt a perovskite-like crystal structure. The phase transition in DMA-analogue seems to be associated with cooperative tilting of MnN octahedra and order-disorder of hydrogen bonds while in TMA-analogue it is more complex and composed of several processes, including the motions of both manganese-azide fra...

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