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Sight is often considered to be the sense most valued by the general public, but there are limited empirical data to support this. This study provides empirical evidence for frequent assertions made by practitioners, researchers, and funding agencies that sight is the most valued sense.
Antidiabetic property of miracle fruit plant (Synsepalum dulcificum Shumach. & Thonn. Daniell) leaf extracts in fructose-fed streptozotocin-injected rats via anti-inflammatory activity and inhibition of carbohydrate metabolizing enzymes.
Miracle fruit plant (Synsepalum dulcificum) has many applications in folk medicine. The leaves are used traditionally to treat diabetes and other diseases. The antidiabetic potential of Synsepalum dulcificum leaves in rats has been studied but the mechanisms involved are yet to be elucidated.
Clinical corpora can be deidentified using a combination of machine-learned automated taggers and hiding in plain sight (HIPS) resynthesis. The latter replaces detected personally identifiable information (PII) with random surrogates, allowing leaked PII to blend in or "hide in plain sight." We evaluated the extent to which a malicious attacker could expose leaked PII in such a corpus.
The adoption of clinical registries has the potential to improve outcomes, while reducing the costs of health care. We sought to evaluate the changes in workflow that occurred with implementation of the Save Sight Keratoconus Registry (SSKR) in corneal clinics.
Chinese-Americans are a fast-growing immigrant group with worse rheumatic disease outcomes compared to Caucasians and frequent use of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Whether TCM use is associated with lower adherence to western rheumatic medications is unknown.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the psychometric properties of the Keratoconus Outcomes Research Questionnaire (KORQ) in patients enrolled in the Save Sight Keratoconus Registry.
The available sight distance (ASD) is the maximum length of the roadway ahead visible to the driver. It is a fundamental factor in road geometry principles and is used by road designers to ensure safe driving conditions. However, designers do not know how a specific ASD may affect the longitudinal and transversal behavior of drivers engaged in negotiating curves. This paper focuses on analyzing driver longitudinal behavior along rural highways curves with limited visibility. A number of virtual sight condit...
Chinese mutton ham is a dry-cured meat product with a long ripening time. The aim of this study was to identify and characterize antioxidant peptides from Chinese mutton ham.
The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) is commonly used in research and clinical settings as a tool for the measurement of mental well-being. The current study evaluated the best-fit factor structure model of the Chinese version of the SDQ (SDQ-C) among Chinese adolescents and evaluated the measurement invariance of the SDQ-C across gender, age and time.
In order to address the eye care needs of the increasing numbers of elderly Chinese globally, there is a need for comprehensive understanding on the longitudinal trends of age-related eye diseases among Chinese. We herein report the key findings from the baseline Singapore Chinese Eye Study (SCES-1), and describe the rationale and methodology of the 6-year follow-up study (SCES-2).
Human epididymis protein 4 (HE4) has been suggested as a new biomarker for the detection of ovarian cancer. Because there are few reports on HE4 in terms of ovarian cancer diagnosis in the Chinese population, we evaluated the diagnostic performances of HE4 and the ROMA in Chinese women with pelvic masses.
"Horizontal strokes should be level and vertical strokes should be straight" is a common guideline in the teaching of Chinese handwriting. Measuring deviations in level horizontal and straight vertical strokes in students' Chinese handwriting is usually assessed manually. However, this task is time-consuming and may have inconsistent outcomes when judged by different people. In this paper, we aim to formulate a method to automatically evaluate the tilt and slant degrees of students' Chinese handwriting usin...
Appendicular fractures are less common in Chinese than Caucasian women. Bone mineral density (BMD) is lower, not higher than in Caucasians because Chinese have smaller appendicular dimensions than Caucasians. However, smaller bones may offset the liability to fracture by being assembled with a more robust microstructure. We hypothesized that Chinese assemble an appendicular skeleton with a thicker, less porous and more mineralized cortex that is less deteriorated in advanced age than in Caucasians.
To detect pathogenic gene variants in two Chinese families with cone-rod dystrophy(CORD).
Miracle mouthwash (MMW) is a commonly prescribed oral formulation compounded with varying active ingredients, depending on purpose of treatment. Due to patient-to-patient customization, the solubility, stability, and solid-state characteristics of the active ingredients may not be known after compounding. This study found that the common antibiotic, tetracycline hydrochloride (HCl), compounded in MMW formulations that contained dexamethasone elixir and diphenhydramine, underwent significant physical-chemica...