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Blowing up money? The earnings penalty of smoking in the 1970s and the 21st century.

We analyze the earnings penalty of smoking among Swedish twins in two social contexts: the 1970s, when smoking was common and widely accepted and when there were relatively few tobacco laws aiming to reduce smoking; and the 2000s, when smoking had become more expensive, stigmatizing and less common, and when tobacco laws and regulations had intensified. The results show that the short-term earnings penalty of smoking was much higher in the 21st century than in the 1970s for men. For women, smokers had on av...


Horizon Meeting on Cardiovascular Physiology:Dedicated to Dr. Mike Sharratt.

This perspective document summarizes discussions held at the CSEP Annual Meeting in Winnipeg on October 27, 2017 when an expert panel was assembled to discuss the key questions and challenges for future research in cardiovascular exercise physiology. We were inspired by the example of the late Dr. Mike Sharratt, an accomplished and impactful Professor in the Faculty of Kinesiology at the University of Waterloo. Dr. Sharratt had a unique ability to bring experts together and translate theory into action, wit...

Anterior distal femoral hemiepiphysiodesis can reduce fixed flexion deformity of the knee: a retrospective study of 83 knees.

Background and purpose - Fixed knee flexion deformity in children is a common problem in various diseases including myelomeningocele and cerebral palsy. Until now, only a few studies focusing on the surgical procedure of anterior distal femoral hemiepiphysiodesis have been published. We analyzed outcome and correction rate in the largest case series to date of patients treated by staples or 8-plates. Patients and methods - We reviewed the medical records of all patients with fixed knee flexion deformity who...


Evaluation of the activities of the medial and lateral heads of quadratus plantae in flexion movements of the lateral four toes using ultrasound real-time tissue elastography.

Quadratus plantae (QP), one of the plantar intrinsic foot muscles, assist plantarflexion of the lesser toes. QP has medial and lateral muscle heads with different anatomical structures. The two heads of this muscle may have different roles in foot function. Ultrasound real-time tissue elastography (RTE) measurements have allowed quantitative assessment of deep-layer muscle elasticity. The purpose of this study was to determine the activity of the QP in flexion movements of the lateral four toes using RTE. T...

Address from the SAS 2018 President Mike Carrabba.

Kinetic and kinematic variables affecting trunk flexion during level walking in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis.

Lumbar spinal stenosis causes cauda equina and nerve root compression, resulting in neurological symptoms. Although trunk flexion during level walking may alleviate these symptoms by enabling spinal canal decompression, some patients do not use this strategy. We aimed to identify the kinetic and kinematic variables that affect trunk flexion in patients during level walking. Gait was recorded in 111 patients using a three-dimensional motion capture system and six force plates. From the data recorded, walking...

Kinetic change of spinal cord compression on flexion-extension magnetic resonance imaging in cervical spine.

We aimed to determine the changes in cervical canal diameters and spinal cord compression at each level from C2-3 to C7-T1 in flexion and extension positions and to study the use of flexion-extension magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). We also aimed to assess the changes in the length of the spinal cord in flexion and extension positions of the cervical spine.

The frequency and diagnostic accuracy of hand deformities in Parkinson's disease.

Hand deformities are well-known abnormalities observed in patients with Parkinson's disease (PD). We determined the frequency and diagnostic accuracy of hand deformities in PD. We studied 44 consecutive patients with PD, 44 age- and gender-matched normal controls and 22 patients with essential tremor (ET). By means of photographs taken in both hands of all participants, the degree of metacarpophalangeal (MCP) joint flexion was quantified by software and by blinded evaluations using a semiquantitative scale ...

12th World Congress on Neurohypophysial Hormones Mangaratiba, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - July 26th-29th, 2017.

This Special Issue of Journal of Neuroendocrinology comprises six reviews and eight original research articles describing recent advances in the field of Vasopressin and Oxytocin hormone research based on presentations given at the 12th World Congress on Neurohypophysial Hormones held in July 2017, in Brazil. We, the Chair of the Local Organising Committee and Guest Editor (Maria José A. Rocha) and Guest/Senior Editors for this issue (Celia Sladek and Mike Ludwig), would like to thank the contributors for ...

Cheating behavior in children: Integrating gaze allocation and social awareness.

Children's cheating and factors supporting honesty are not well understood. The current work explored variables involved in children's cheating through eye-tracking and an implicit manipulation in which extrinsic awareness of the effects of one's behaviors on others was primed. Participants played a computer game with the option for a monetary gain in which they could earn more if they selectively erred in response to more profitable stimuli. Results show that children cheat by making selective effort towar...

Predictors of dysfunction and health-related quality of life in the flexion pattern subgroup of patients with chronic lower back pain: The STROBE study.

Findings about predictors of chronic lower-back pain (CLBP) were inconsistent and inconclusive in previous studies because patients with CLBP are heterogeneous. Subgrouping patients with CLBP, according to a CLBP classification system, might thus clarify the research findings. CLBP in the direction of lumbar flexion movement, that is, the flexion pattern, is common in clinical situations. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to determine the predictors of dysfunction (pain, disability) and health-relate...

Kinematic and kinetic analysis of the goalkeeper's diving save in football.

Kinetics and full body kinematics were measured in ten elite goalkeepers diving to save high and low balls at both sides of the goal, aiming to investigate their starting position, linear and angular momentum, and legs' contribution to end-performance. Our results showed that goalkeepers adopted a starting position with a stance width of 33 ± 1% of leg length, knee flexion angle of 62 ± 18° and hip flexion angle of 63 ± 18°. The contralateral leg contributed more than the ipsilateral leg to COM v...

Can cultural consumption increase future earnings? Exploring the economic returns to cultural capital.

Cultural consumption is often viewed as a form of embodied cultural capital which can be converted into economic rewards (e.g., earnings) because such practices increase the likelihood of moving into more advantaged social positions. However, quantitative evidence supporting this theory remains uncertain because it is often unable to rule out alternative explanations. Cultural consumption appears to influence hiring decisions in some elite firms, in both the US and the UK, but it is unclear whether these pr...

Disturbance of neck proprioception and feed-forward motor control following static neck flexion in healthy young adults.

The highly complex proprioceptive system provides neuromuscular control of the mobile cervical spine. Static neck flexion can induce the elongation of posterior tissues and altered afferent input from the mechanoreceptors. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of prolonged static neck flexion on neck proprioception and anticipatory postural adjustments. Thirty-eight healthy participants (20 females and 18 males) between the ages of 20-35 years with no history of neck, low back, and shoulder ...

Tactile cues can change movement: An example using tape to redistribute flexion from the lumbar spine to the hips and knees during lifting.

Given the appropriate cues, kinematic factors associated with low back injury risk and pain, such as spine flexion, can be avoided. Recent research has demonstrated the potential for tactile sensory information to change movement. In this study an athletic strapping tape was applied bilaterally along the lumbar extensor muscles to provide continuous tactile feedback information during a repeated lifting and lowering task. The presence of the tape resulted in a statistically significant reduction in lumbar s...

Pre-obesity and Obesity Impacts on Passive Joint Range of Motion.

Despite the prevalence of pre-obesity and obesity, the physical capabilities of pre-obese/obese individuals are not well documented. As an effort to address this, this study investigated the pre-obesity and obesity impacts on joint range of motion (RoM) for twenty-two body joint motions. A publicly available passive RoM dataset was analysed. Three BMI groups (normal-weight, pre-obese, and obese [Class I]) were statistically compared in joint RoM. The pre-obese and obese groups were found to have significant...

Nerve Grafting versus Common Infraclavicular Intraplexal Nerve Transfer in Elbow Flexion Restoration.

To compare the results of nerve grafting versus common infraclavicular intraplexal nerve transfer in elbow flexion restoration.

Hip Power and "Stiff Knee" Gait: A Tool for Identifying Appropriate Candidates for Rectus Transfer.

Rectus femoris transfer (RFT) is performed in children with cerebral palsy to treat stiff-knee gait. However, the results are variable in part because there is no gold standard to identify appropriate candidates. Hip flexion kinematics and kinetics are important factors in the determination of peak knee flexion during gait. This study aimed to evaluate whether a kinetic preoperative analysis of hip power can be a predictor of RFT outcomes and determine its usability for identifying appropriate candidates fo...

Motion type and knee articular conformity influenced mid-flexion stability of a single radius knee prosthesis.

Single radius knee implants were introduced to reduce the level of paradoxical anterior femoral translation (AFT) during mid-flexion after total knee arthroplasty. Findings from clinical and experiment studies are inconsistent, which may be due to the different loading conditions and articular conformities of the knee implants studied. The aim of this study is to analyze how variations in these two factors affect the mid-flexion stability of a single radius knee prosthesis.

The Role of Surgical Closure Position in Total Knee Arthroplasty: Flexion versus Extension-A Randomized Prospective Study.

We aimed to investigate the effect of the knee position during the surgical closure on isokinetic muscle strength, clinical score, and range of motion in total knee arthroplasty. Seventy-five eligible patients were enrolled in the study and randomly divided into two groups; wound closure was performed with the knee flexed at 90° in group 1 and knee extended in group 2. All the surgeries were performed by the same surgeon and by the same prosthesis type. All the patients received the same rehabilitation pro...

The contribution of the medial retinaculum as a restraining factor to the patella dislocation.

The objective of this study was to evaluate the contribution of the medial retinaculum to the stability of the patella, for several angles of knee flexion. For six cadaveric knees, the patella and patella retinaculum were exposed, and the force required to dislocate the patella laterally by 5 mm was measured, in 0, 45 and 90 degrees of knee flexion, preserving and dissecting the medial retinaculum. Wilcoxon singed rank test (SPSS, version 23, Chicago, USA) was used for data analysis. A p value of < 0.05 was...

Phrenic to musculocutaneous nerve transfer for traumatic brachial plexus injuries: analyzing respiratory effects on elbow flexion control.

OBJECTIVE In this study, the authors sought to identify the relationship between breathing and elbow flexion in patients with a traumatic brachial plexus injury (TBPI) who undergo a phrenic nerve (PN) transfer to restore biceps flexion. More specifically, the authors studied whether biceps strength and the maximal range of active elbow flexion differ between full inspiration and expiration, and whether electromyography (EMG) activity in the biceps differs between forced maximum breathing during muscular res...

Scientific overview on CSCI-CITAC Annual General Meeting and 2017 Young Investigators' Forum.

The 2017 Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Society of Clinician Investigators (CSCI) and Clinician Investigator Trainee Association of Canada/Association des Cliniciens-Chercheurs en Formation du Canada (CITAC/ACCFC) was a national Annual General Meeting (AGM) held in Toronto, Ontario November 20-22, 2017, in conjunction with the University of Toronto Clinician Investigator Program Research Day. The theme for this year's meeting was "Roll up your sleeves-How to manage your physician scientist career", ...

Bipolar transfer of the pectoralis major muscle for restoration of elbow flexion in 29 cases.

This study evaluated the functional outcomes of bipolar pedicled pectoralis major (PM) transfer to restore elbow flexion.

RNA Therapeutics (Almost) Comes of Age: Targeting, Delivery and Endosomal Escape.


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