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Novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) cases in Hong Kong and implications for further spread.

Does the AQHI reduce cardiovascular hospitalization in Hong Kong's elderly population?

Air quality alert programs have been introduced around the world to reduce the short term effects of air pollution on health. Hong Kong, a densely populated city in southern China with high levels of air pollution, introduced its first air quality health index (AQHI) on December 30th 2013. However, whether air quality alert program warnings, such as the AQHI, reduces morbidity is uncertain. Using a quasi-experimental design, we conducted the first evaluation of the AQHI in Hong Kong, focusing on cardiovascu...

High prevalence of myopia in children and their parents in Hong Kong Chinese Population: the Hong Kong Children Eye Study.

To determine the myopia prevalence in Hong Kong Chinese children and their parents.

Quantification of breast milk trans fatty acids and trans fat intake by Hong Kong lactating women.

Diet westernization in Hong Kong may increase trans fat intake, whereas it may decrease intake of polyunsaturated fatty acids. The present study was to determine the current breast milk fatty acid composition and trans fat intake by Hong Kong lactating mothers.

Impact of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Outbreak on ST-Segment-Elevation Myocardial Infarction Care in Hong Kong, China.

Ten-Year Secular Trends in Sleep/Wake Patterns in Shanghai and Hong Kong School-Aged Children: A Tale of Two Cities.

To compare the secular trends of sleep/wake patterns in school-aged children in Hong Kong and Shanghai, two major metropolitan cities in China with two different policies that school start time was delayed in Shanghai, but advanced in Hong Kong in 10 years' time.

Compliance With 24-Hour Movement Guidelines in Hong Kong Adolescents: Associations With Weight Status.

This study examined the compliance with the 24-Hour Movement Guidelines among Hong Kong adolescents and its associations with body mass index (BMI).

Health-related quality of life among patients with hypertension: population-based survey using EQ-5D-5L in Hong Kong SAR, China.

To evaluate the effect of hypertension and related comorbidities on the health-related quality of life (HRQoL) using EuroQol 5-dimensions instrument with five-level scale (EQ-5D-5L) Hong Kong (HK) version.

Adolescent dental arch development among Southern Chinese in Hong Kong: a geometric morphometric approach.

This study aimed to investigate changes in types of dental arch form during adolescence and explore adolescent changes in size and form of dental arch. Hong Kong Chinese were recruited and digital dental arch models were obtained at ages 12, 15, and 18 years. Geometric morphometrics was used to investigate adolescent changes of dental arch form. There were 225 participants from whom digital models at all three age periods were available. Three types of dental arch form were identified through clustering. Si...

Time-trend analysis of fruit and vegetable intake in Hong Kong, 2004-2016.

In 2005, the Hong Kong government launched a series of large-scale dietary promotion campaigns aiming to increase fruit and vegetable intake. This study aimed to investigate changes in mean fruit and vegetable intake in the population between 2004 and 2016.

Demographic and mental health correlates of childhood emotional abuse and neglect in a Hong Kong sample.

Adverse childhood experiences are an important public health issue. It is well documented that they are associated with many health problems. Nevertheless, little is known about childhood emotional abuse and neglect (CEA and CEN) among Hong Kong people.

Secular trends in incidence of type 1 and type 2 diabetes in Hong Kong: A retrospective cohort study.

There is very limited data on the time trend of diabetes incidence in Asia. Using population-level data, we report the secular trend of the incidence of type 1 and type 2 diabetes in Hong Kong between 2002 and 2015.

Measuring the impact of chronic conditions and associated multimorbidity on health-related quality of life in the general population in Hong Kong SAR, China: A cross-sectional study.

The aims of this study were to 1) evaluate the impact of eight common chronic conditions and multimorbidity on preference-based health-related quality of life (HRQoL), and 2) estimate the minimally important difference (MID) in the general population of Hong Kong (HK).

Biased cognition in East Asian and Western cultures.

The majority of cognitive bias research has been conducted in Western cultures. We examined cross-cultural differences in cognitive biases, comparing Westerners' and East Asians' performance and acculturation following migration to the opposite culture. Two local (UK, Hong Kong) and four migrant (short-term and long-term migrants to each culture) samples completed culturally validated tasks measuring attentional and interpretation bias. Hong Kong residents were more positively biased than people living in t...

Investigation of primary and secondary particulate brown carbon in two Chinese cities of Xi'an and Hong Kong in wintertime.

Brown carbon (BrC), an aerosol carbonaceous matter component, impacts atmospheric radiation and global climate due to its absorption in the near ultraviolet-visible region. Simultaneous air sampling was conducted in two megacities of Xi'an (northern) and Hong Kong (southern) in China in winter of 2016-2017. The aim of this study is to determine and characterize the BrC compounds in collected filter samples. Characteristic absorption peaks corresponding to aromatic C-C stretching bands, organo-nitrates, and ...

Health system responsiveness in Hong Kong: a comparison between South Asian and Chinese patients' experiences.

Health system responsiveness is related to the way and the environment in which individuals are treated during their health system interaction. Generally, patients who are members of ethnic minority (EM) groups encounter more challenges in receiving healthcare services and bear a disproportionate burden of diseases compared with most counterparts. We aimed to compare the health system responsiveness perceived by South Asian (SA) EM people with that of local Chinese people in Hong Kong.

Clinical and pathological characterization of FLNC-related myofibrillar myopathy caused by founder variant c.8129G > A in Hong Kong Chinese.

FLNC-related myofibrillar myopathy could manifest as autosomal dominant late-onset slowly progressive proximal muscle weakness; involvements of cardiac and/or respiratory functions are common. We describe 34 patients in nine families of FLNC-related myofibrillar myopathy in Hong Kong ethnic Chinese diagnosed over the last 12 years, in whom the same pathogenic variant c.8129G > A (p.Trp2710*) was detected. 26 patients were symptomatic when diagnosed; four patients died with pneumonia and/or respiratory...

Psychiatric education in Greater China.

Multiple surveys have revealed that China has an immense mental health care needs predominantly related to common mental disorders like anxiety and depressive disorders. China has provided different training pathways with an aim of increasing the number of psychiatrists working to address such growing mental health care needs. Although this strategy has successfully doubled the total number of psychiatrists over a couple of years, there remains the problem of harmonising the training standards across differ...

Household environmental tobacco smoke exposure in healthy young children in Hong Kong: Prevalence and risk factors.

Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) exposure attributable respiratory illness burden is huge in paediatric population. Understanding the epidemiology of ETS exposure is important to guide health promotion planning. Therefore, we designed this study to determine the prevalence of household ETS exposure in healthy young children under 2 years of age in Hong Kong, and to explore risk factors associated with the exposure. Our secondary goal was to characterise children's exposure profile to maternal smoking.

Hong Kong Unrest Contributes to Increased Mental Health Care Burden.

Patient education in an ambulatory surgical center setting.

Staff safety during emergency airway management for COVID-19 in Hong Kong.

Evaluating impact of school outreach vaccination programme in Hong Kong influenza season 2018 - 2019.

School-based vaccination, as a means to mitigate seasonal influenza outbreak depends on attaining adequate coverage rate. We evaluated the potential of a fully subsidized school outreach vaccination (SOV) program to achieve epidemic prevention potential in Hong Kong. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the impact of SOV program 2018-19 on influenza vaccination rates and influenza-like illness (ILI) in the primary school students and their household members during the influenza season. The vaccination ...

Fine-scale mapping of an evidence-based heat health risk index for high-density cities: Hong Kong as a case study.

The most recent extreme heat recorded in Europe re-alerts the world to the threat of heat stress. Future extreme heat events are reported to be more frequent, long-lasting, and intense. The intense exposure to hot temperatures can cause an excess of heat-related deaths, leading to an increasing risk of heat-related health. In reducing Heat Health Risk (HHR), the use of fine-scale evidence-based mapping of heat-related health risk index (HHRI) and its underlying contributors is essential for policy-making an...

Evaluation of urban comprehensive carrying capacity in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area based on regional collaboration.

The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) is the most prominent urban agglomeration in China, with plans for further development. Using the regional collaboration theoretical framework for assessing urban comprehensive carrying capacity (UCC), the improved entropy method is applied to establish an index system based on a social, economic, environment, and transportation perspective to compare UCCs of the GBA's 11 cities for 2000-2016. Results show that the social subsystem is central to the evalu...

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