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Isolation and characterization of a variant subgroup GII-a porcine epidemic diarrhea virus strain in China.

Highly virulent variants of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) have been closely associated with recent outbreaks of porcine epidemic diarrhea (PED) in China, which have resulted in severe economic losses to the pork industry.


Epidemic features of seasonal influenza transmission among eight different climate zones in Gansu, China.

Seasonal influenza remains epidemic globally with a substantial health burden. Understanding the transmission patterns and epidemic features of influenza may facilitate the improvement of preventive and control measures. This study aims to assess the epidemic features of influenza among different climate zones and identify high-risk zones across Gansu province, China.

Estimating Risk for Death from 2019 Novel Coronavirus Disease, China, January-February 2020.

Since December 2019, when the first case of 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) was identified in the city of Wuhan in the Hubei Province of China, the epidemic has generated tens of thousands of cases throughout China. As of February 28, 2020, the cumulative number of reported deaths in China was 2,858. We estimated the time-delay adjusted risk for death from COVID-19 in Wuhan, as well as for China excluding Wuhan, to assess the severity of the epidemic in the country. Our estimates of the risk for d...


A nationwide survey of psychological distress among Chinese people in the COVID-19 epidemic: implications and policy recommendations.

The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) epidemic emerged in Wuhan, China, spread nationwide and then onto half a dozen other countries between December 2019 and early 2020. The implementation of unprecedented strict quarantine measures in China has kept a large number of people in isolation and affected many aspects of people's lives. It has also triggered a wide variety of psychological problems, such as panic disorder, anxiety and depression. This study is the first nationwide large-scale survey of psycho...

The epidemic of multidrug resistant tuberculosis in China in historical and phylogenetic perspectives.

For the past decade, the epidemic of multidrug resistance tuberculosis (MDR-TB) stays high in China. We investigated the possible driving forces behind the epidemics from phylogenetic and historical perspectives.

What Should Health Science Journalists Do in Epidemic Responses?

Journalists have long covered outbreaks of infectious disease. In the history of global health journalism-from the 1721 Boston smallpox epidemic to the 2002-2003 SARS outbreak in China and Singapore and to recent outbreaks of Ebola in West Africa and the Democratic Republic of the Congo-newsrooms have wielded their power both responsibly and irresponsibly. This article examines journalism practice during the 2013-2016 Ebola epidemic and recommends strategies for improving epidemic reporting.

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.

Reconstructing the population dynamics of foreign residents in Japan to estimate the prevalence of infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

Among newly notified tuberculosis cases in Japan, both the number and the proportion of foreign-born cases have steadily increased over time. As Japan prepares to introduce pre-entry tuberculosis screening for foreign-born persons entering Japan, various epidemiological evidence is needed to evaluate its effectiveness, including the prevalence of tuberculosis among current foreign residents in Japan, by country of birth. Yet as of today, even the underlying population dynamics has yet to be quantified. The ...

Foreign body aspiration in a child with cardiac arrest.

Foreign body aspiration is a true medical emergency and is the fifth most common cause of mortality due to unintentional injury in the United States. Children who have aspirated a foreign body may present with a variety of symptoms, from mild irritation and cough to respiratory failure. Treatment is removal of the foreign body, often via rigid bronchoscopy. Clinicians must have a high degree of suspicion to ensure a foreign body aspiration is not missed on initial presentation.

Revealing the impacts of transboundary pollution on PM-related deaths in China.

Long-range transport of air pollutants may cause significant health impacts in the receptor regions. In this study, we calculated the transboundary health impact from different foreign regions using a state-of-the-art air quality model at hemispheric scale. Our results reveal that transboundary PM pollution from outside China was of great significance, causing 100 thousand (95% CI, 45 thousand-200 thousand) premature deaths in China in 2015, which accounted for 9.60% PM related premature death in China. The...

Analysis and forecast of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Mainland China, 1985-2016.

We aimed to forecast the number of unidentified and newly acquired HIV-infected individuals each year and to estimate the effectiveness of government prevention and control programs in China.

The Novel Coronavirus - A Snapshot of Current Knowledge.

Another animal to human transmission of a coronavirus occurred in December 2019 on a live animal market in the Chinese city of Wuhan causing an epidemic in China, reaching now different continents. This minireview summarizes the research literature on the virological, clinical and epidemiological aspects of this epidemic published until end of February 2020.

It's (not) all Greek to me: Boundaries of the foreign language effect.

We report three experiments investigating the boundaries of the Foreign Language effect in decision making (examining both risk aversion and moral dilemmas), when the foreign language is culturally influential, or when there is high linguistic similarity between the native language and the foreign language. Specifically, we found no Foreign Language effect in the Asian disease problem (Experiment 1a) or the footbridge moral dilemma (Experiment 2a) in Swedish-English bilinguals, but did find a Foreign Langua...

What dermatologists could do to cope with the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2): a dermatologist's perspective from China.

Coronavirus disease, first emerged in Wuhan, China, rapidly spread all over the country since December 2019[1]. Up to now, the epidemic situation in China remains stable, while the global march of the virus is seemingly unstoppable, especially in South Korea, Iran, and Italy[2]. Here, we reported what dermatologists could do to cope with novel coronavirus from a Chinese dermatologist's perspective.

Diagnosis and treatment of cervical migratory foreign bodies caused by sharp esophageal foreign bodies.

Imaging findings and treatment of sharp foreign bodies penetrating the esophagus to migrate in the neck were collected. All of 9 cases were determined by CT imaging. The foreign bodies were removed in 8 cases through the lateral cervical approach. The last case was taken out by bronchoscope. Eight cases successfully removed the foreign bodies. No definite foreign body was found in 1 case. There were no postoperative complications in 8 patients that successful removed of foreign bodies. All patients begin to...

COVID-19 containment: China provides important lessons for global response.

The world must act fast to contain wider international spread of the epidemic of COVID-19 now. The unprecedented public health efforts in China have contained the spread of this new virus. Measures taken in China are currently proven to reduce human-to-human transmission successfully. We summarized the effective intervention and prevention measures in the fields of public health response, clinical management, and research development in China, which may provide vital lessons for the global response. It is r...

Clinical features and endemic trend of histoplasmosis in China: A retrospective analysis and literature review.

Histoplasmosis is a rare mycosis with non-specific clinical menifestation and high misdiagnosis rate that is an epidemic disease occurred in several endemic areas. Cases of histoplasmosis were sporadic in China.

Religious testimony in a secular society: Belief in unobservable entities among Chinese parents and their children.

When learning about the existence of unobservable scientific phenomena such as germs or religious phenomena such as God, children are receptive to the testimony of other people. Research in Western cultures has shown that by 5 to 6 years of age, children-like adults-are confident about the existence of both scientific and religious phenomena. We examined the beliefs of secular and Christian children growing up in China as well as the beliefs of their parents. All participants-secular and Christian children,...

Real-time forecasts of the COVID-19 epidemic in China from February 5th to February 24th, 2020.

The initial cluster of severe pneumonia cases that triggered the COVID-19 epidemic was identified in Wuhan, China in December 2019. While early cases of the disease were linked to a wet market, human-to-human transmission has driven the rapid spread of the virus throughout China. The Chinese government has implemented containment strategies of city-wide lockdowns, screening at airports and train stations, and isolation of suspected patients; however, the cumulative case count keeps growing every day. The on...

A case of impacted foreign body in the rectum that was extracted using size 24 Foley catheter.

Retained foreign bodies in the rectum represent a common challenge to clinicians. They have different modes and reasons for insertion. Many case series and case reports described several methods for removal of these foreign bodies.

A Sampling of Highlights from the Literature: Article Recommendations from Our Deputy and Senior Editors.

Monitoring the 'diabetes epidemic': A framing analysis of United Kingdom print news 1993-2013.

The view that we are in the midst of a global diabetes epidemic has gained considerable ground in recent years and is often linked to the prior 'obesity epidemic'. This research explored how the diabetes epidemic was represented in United Kingdom (UK) news over the same time period that the obesity epidemic was widely reported. The research was motivated by a sociological interest in how postmodern 'epidemics' synergise with each other amidst broader political, economic, moral and sociocultural discourses.

Foreign language effect in decision-making: How foreign is it?

It has been shown that decisions and moral judgments differ when made using native languages compared to foreign languages. Cross-linguistic differences appeared in foreign languages that monolinguals typically acquired in school and used neither routinely nor extensively. We replicated these differences with two populations of proficient, native bilinguals (Italian-Venetian; Italian-Bergamasque). Venetian and Bergamasque are spoken in households and informal circles, unlike Italian, which is also used in m...

Esophagotomy in a domestic fowl: a rare case report.

Foreign body in esophagus in birds is rarely reported in literature. Most common site of foreign body in birds is proventriculus and ventriculus. The purpose of this study is to discuss the diagnosis of a large sharp foreign body in the distal third of the neck by plain radiography and its retrieval through esophagotomy and subsequent survival of the fowl.

Pediatrician performed point-of-care ultrasound for the detection of ingested foreign bodies: case series and review of the literature.

Foreign body (FB) ingestions represent a common problem in children. History and physical examination are commonly not enough to diagnose a foreign body ingestion; therefore, conventional radiography is routinely used to detect them. Point-of-care ultrasound is widely used in the emergency department for several diagnostic applications but there are few articles describing the possibility to use point-of-care ultrasound to detect ingested foreign bodies, and the necessary training to get competent in this a...


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