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Time spent gaming and psychiatric symptoms in childhood: cross-sectional associations and longitudinal effects.

There is sparse knowledge on how the amount of gaming overlaps with-and is longitudinally related to-psychiatric symptoms of ADHD and emotional problems throughout early and middle childhood. In this prospective study of 791 Norwegian children, we investigated the amount of electronic gaming at ages 6, 8, and 10 while also measuring DSM symptoms of such disorders. Cross-lagged longitudinal analyses showed that more ADHD symptoms at age 8 predicted more gaming at age 10, whereas gaming did not predict more p...

The Impact of Internet Gaming on Alcohol Consumption.

Despite growing evidence of the adverse effects of internet gaming, it has emerged as a popular leisure activity in South Korea and Asia. This is the first study that examines the causal effect of internet gaming on alcohol consumption.

Pollution, management, and mitigation of idle and orphaned oil and gas wells in Alberta, Canada.

Alberta has extensive non-renewable energy resources which contribute to the Canadian economy. A downturn in oil and gas energy prices in 2014 contributed to increased idle and orphaned wells, posing potential environmental and human health risks, as well as an economic burden on the province of Alberta. Idle and orphaned wells contribute to local adverse environmental and human health effects from soil and groundwater contamination to greenhouse gas emissions. With increasing numbers of idle and orphaned w...

Will esports result in a higher prevalence of problematic gaming? A review of the global situation.

Video gaming is highly prevalent in modern culture, particularly among young people, and a healthy hobby for the majority of users. However, in recent years, there has been increasing global recognition that excessive video gaming may lead to marked functional impairment and psychological distress for a significant minority of players. Esports is a variant of video gaming. It is a relatively new phenomenon but has attracted a considerable number of followers across the world and is a multimillion dollar ind...

Differences in associations between problematic video-gaming, video-gaming duration, and weapon-related and physically violent behaviors in adolescents.

Seemingly mixed findings have been reported on possible relationships between video-gaming and violent or aggressive behaviors. Given the prevalence of gaming in adolescents and potential harms associated with violent behaviors, relationships between problematic gaming, gaming engagement, and risk behaviors involving weapons and physical violence require further research. This study examined in a large sample of high-school students the relationships between problem-gaming severity, gaming duration, and vio...

Emergence of a Novel Recombinant Norovirus GII.P16-GII.12 Strain Causing Gastroenteritis, Alberta, Canada.

We identified a novel recombinant GII.P16-GII.12 norovirus associated with epidemic and endemic gastroenteritis during March 1, 2018-February 12, 2019, in Alberta, Canada. GII.12 viruses have not been detected in Alberta since 2000. Comparing the full genome of this strain to previously published sequences revealed this virus to be a novel recombinant strain.

Pathological Gaming in Young Adolescents: A Longitudinal Study Focused on Academic Stress and Self-Control in South Korea.

With the increase in social concern regarding pathological gaming among adolescents, the WHO (World Health Organization) included "gaming disorder" in the International Classification of Disorders, 11th version (ICD-11). However, little longitudinal research has been conducted examining social influences on pathological gaming, particularly in Asian countries (e.g., South Korea, China). With 4-year panel data from young adolescents (N = 968, 50.7% girls; M = 13.3 years) in South Korea, this study ex...

Active Gaming Prevalence and Correlates by Type of Day in Spanish Youth.

Active gaming has emerged as a new option to foster physical activity in youth. The aim of this study was to estimate the prevalence of active gaming in adolescents, to determine differences between active and nonactive gamers by type of day, and to examine predictors of being an active gamer.

Pre- and post-bone marrow harvest anaemia is associated with lower CD34+ stem cell collection, high harvest volume and female gender.

Donor safety is paramount when performing bone marrow stem cell harvest. The incidence of full blood count (FBC) abnormalities among donors and variables associated with anaemia after marrow harvest are not well established.

Do individual liquor permit systems help Indigenous communities to manage alcohol?

Liquor permits were once used throughout Scandinavia and North America for managing alcohol, but largely disappeared in the late 20th century. Today, they are used in some Indigenous communities in Nunavut, Canada and the Northern Territory, Australia. This paper examines the extent to which liquor permits: (i) contribute to reducing alcohol-related harms in Indigenous communities; and (ii) offer a viable mechanism for managing alcohol in Indigenous communities.

Altered brain activities associated with cue reactivity during forced break in subjects with Internet gaming disorder.

Studies have proven that forced break can elicit strong psychological cravings for addictive behaviors. This phenomenon could create an excellent situation to study the neural underpinnings of addiction. The current study explores brain features during a cue-reactivity task in Internet gaming disorder (IGD) when participants were forced to stop their gaming behaviors.

Price Changes in Washington Following the 2012 Liquor Privatization: An Update Through 2016 With Comparisons to California, Idaho, and Oregon.

Washington State ended their wholesale and retail monopoly on liquor on June 1, 2012, resulting in a 5-fold increase in liquor outlets in diverse store types. The legislation also included taxes at the wholesale and retail levels. This study seeks to investigate whether prices have changed from 2014 through 2016, as a follow-up to a previous study finding increases in prices from 2012 to 2014, compared to prices in other states.

Post-harvest losses of fruits and vegetables in supply centers in Salvador, Brazil: Analysis of determinants, volumes and reduction strategies.

Food losses and waste are a global problem, with an estimated 1.3 billion tons lost annually. In Brazil, fruit and vegetable losses amount to approximately 30% and occur in the processing, handling and storage stages. Thus, this study aimed to evaluate the post-harvest losses of fruits and vegetables in the Central Supply (CEASA) of Salvador, Brazil, its determinants and potential solutions to minimize the problem. A cross-sectional, descriptive and quantitative study was carried out in which data were co...

Functional neural changes and altered cortical-subcortical connectivity associated with recovery from Internet gaming disorder.

Although studies have suggested that individuals with Internet gaming disorder (IGD) may have impairments in cognitive functioning, the nature of the relationship is unclear given that the information is typically derived from cross-sectional studies.

Immunological markers of defeat of nervous tissue as an element of predictive model of damage of nervous system at syphilis.

To develop predictive model of damage of nervous system on the basis of definition of concentration of interleukins-23, 12p40 and also a glial fibrillar acid protein (GFAP) in liquor of patients with various forms of syphilis. Comprehensive laboratory examination of patients with neurosyphilis and syphilis without specific damage of nervous system who were observed in venereologic office of BOUZAS of OO «Clinical Dermatovenerologic Clinic» of Omsk is conducted. To all patients were carried out: a serologi...

Retrospective review of tertiary and neurosyphilis cases in Alberta, 1973-2017.

To review the notification rate and characteristics of tertiary and neurosyphilis cases in Alberta, Canada in the postantibiotic era.

Characterisation of concurrent use of prescription opioids and benzodiazepine/Z-drugs in Alberta, Canada: a population-based study.

The objective of this study is to characterise concurrent use of benzodiazepine receptor modulators and opioids among prescription opioid users in Alberta in 2017.

User-avatar bond profiles: How do they associate with disordered gaming?

The avatar constitutes the in-game representation of the gamer. Although aspects of the user-avatar bond (UAB) have been associated with disordered gaming, there is a need for clearer understanding concerning the impact of potential UAB profiles.

Calculated Decisions: Alberta Stroke Program Early CT Score (ASPECTS)

The Alberta Stroke Program Early CT Score (ASPECTS) assesses the severity of middle cerebral artery stroke using available computed tomography data.

Molecular Composition of Size-Fractionated Fulvic Acid-like Substances Extracted from Spent cooking liquor and its Relationship with Biological Activity.

The treatment of spent cooking liquor is critical for clean production of pulp and paper industry. There is a compelling need to develop a cost-effective and green technology for reuse of organic matter in spent cooking liquor to mitigate the negative impacts on the environment. The objective of this study is to examine the chemical structure of fulvic acid-like substances extracted from spent cooking liquor (PFA) and their relationship with bioactivity in plant growth. Compared with the benchmark Pahokee p...

Postharvest changes in phenolic compounds and antioxidant capacity of apples cv. Jonagold growing in different locations in Europe.

Apples cv. 'Jonagold' of the same quality were collected from four orchards in three European countries. The orchards differed in terms of longitude, latitude and microclimate. The apples were stored in controlled atmosphere storage for six months. Both after harvest and after storage the apples were compared in terms of physical and chemical properties. Differences in firmness, titratable acidity, total soluble solids, mass varied not >11%. Storability was little affected by harvest location. The sum of po...

Integrating Circular Economy Strategies with Low-Carbon Scenarios: Lithium Use in Electric Vehicles.

Electrification of the transport sector will support its decarbonization, yet significantly change material requirements. This calls for an integrated modeling approach internalizing metal demand-supply dynamics in low-carbon scenarios to support the Paris agreement on climate change and sustainable material circulation. Here we develop a step toward the integrated simulation of energy-materials scenarios by unifying a stock-flow dynamics model for low-carbon scenarios using linear programming. The modeling...

Hydrothermal-process-based direct extraction of polydisperse lignin microspheres from black liquor and their physicochemical characterization.

Lignin nano-/microstructures are widely employed for agricultural drug delivery and heavy metal removal from wastewater, and facile low-cost methods of their large-scale production are therefore highly sought after. Herein, uniform-morphology polydisperse lignin microspheres were directly extracted from black liquor by lowering its pH to

Black liquor-derived calcium-activated biochar for recovery of phosphate from aqueous solutions.

Black liquor-derived calcium-activated biochars (Ca-biochar) were synthesized by treating rice straw with Ca(OH) to create an adsorbent that was effective for removing phosphate from aqueous waste streams. The Ca(OH) acts to separate lignin from the biomass, create pores in the biochar solids and form active adsorption sites. The Ca-biochar adsorbent was efficient for the removal of phosphate from aqueous solutions (pH 1.0 to pH 13.0) with a highest phosphate adsorption capacity of 197 mg/g. Phosphate ads...

How to evaluate agreement between quantitative measurements.

When a method comparison study is performed, the aim is to evaluate the agreement of measurements of different methods. We present the Bland-Altman plot with limits of agreement as the correct analysis methodology. We also discuss other scaled and unscaled indices of agreement and commonly used inappropriate approaches.

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