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The effect of affordable daycare on women's mental health: Evidence from a cluster randomized trial in rural India.

Access to affordable daycare might improve population mental health. However, evidence is sparse and restricted to middle- and high-income country settings. We conducted a cluster-randomized controlled trial in one low-income setting, rural Rajasthan, India. Communities lacking daycare facilities were identified (n = 160) and randomly selected for assistance in setting up a community-based daycare program (n = 80) or not (n = 80). Women eligible for the daycare program living in these communitie...

Impact of Daycare Center Attendance on Children's Development.

The number of preschool places outside the family for young children has considerably increased in recent years in Germany. The study investigates how attendance of a preschool affects children's development taking sociodemographic factors into account.

Dietary Micronutrient Intake of Participants in a "Partners Together in Health" Cardiac Rehabilitation Intervention.

Current guidelines for cardiovascular health emphasize a "dietary pattern" approach that could be expected to increase intakes of micronutrients in addition to altering the macronutrient profile. However, the effect of interventions such as cardiac rehabilitation on the micronutrient quality of the diet has not been evaluated. Therefore, the goal of this study was to investigate changes in micronutrient intake of cardiac rehabilitation participants over time.

Multi-criteria Mapping of Stakeholders' Viewpoints in Five Southeast Asian Countries on Strategies to Reduce Micronutrient Deficiencies Among Children and Women of Reproductive Age: Findings from the SMILING Project.

Despite scientific evidence on the potential impact or importance of specific interventions to improve micronutrient status of vulnerable groups, political commitment and extensive support from national stakeholders is paramount to support introduction and implementation of these interventions at national level. In order to develop efficient nutritional strategies to improve the micronutrient status of children

Effect of baseline micronutrient and inflammation status on CD4 recovery post-cART initiation in the multinational PEARLS trial.

Nutritional deficiency and inflammation may impact CD4+ T cell recovery during combination antiretroviral therapy (cART), particularly in resource-limited settings where malnutrition is prevalent. The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship of micronutrient and inflammation biomarkers to CD4 recovery after cART initiation.

Clinically Relevant Herb-Micronutrient Interactions: When Botanicals, Minerals, and Vitamins Collide.

The ability of certain foods to impair or augment the absorption of various vitamins and minerals has been recognized for many years. However, the contribution of botanical dietary supplements (BDSs) to altered micronutrient disposition has received little attention. Almost half of the US population uses some type of dietary supplement on a regular basis, with vitamin and mineral supplements constituting the majority of these products. BDS usage has also risen considerably over the last 2 decades, and a num...

Analytical capabilities of BCR protocol to estimate the mobility of nutrients and toxic elements from mineral fertilizer.

The Community Bureau of Reference (BCR) sequential extraction was applied to investigate the mobility of potentially toxic elements (As, Cd, Cr, and Pb) and nutrients (P, Ca, Mg, Cu, Fe, Mn, and Zn) in a multi-nutrient mineral fertilizer based on phosphate rocks supplemented with 10% (w w-1) of a micronutrient mixture (raw material used as a micronutrient source). For both samples As and Cd are more mobile, while Cr remained in the solid residue. A higher mobility of Pb was observed in micronutrient mixture...

Micronutrient Fortification at Child-Care Centers Reduces Anemia in Young Children.

The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of NutriSUS micronutrient fortification, in infants aged 12-36 months, for the prophylaxis and treatment of iron deficiency anemia. In this cluster-randomized clinical trial study, we evaluated infants aged 12-36 months. Length of intervention was 12 weeks. Children were cluster randomized to either NutriSUS micronutrient fortification (Group A) or control (Group B). Primary outcome variables were change in hemoglobin concentration and anemia preval...

Carotenoid and tocochromanol profiles during kernel development make consumption of biofortified "fresh" maize an option to improve micronutrient nutrition.

Biofortification is a strategy to contribute reducing micronutrient malnutrition. The aim of this study was to investigate whether consumption of biofortified fresh maize can supply nutritionally meaningful amounts of provitamin A carotenoids (PVA), zinc, lysine and tryptophan. The accumulation patterns for PVA and tocochromanols compounds in developing grain of 23 PVA hybrids was studied and it was nutritionally meaningful amounts of those compounds were found in grain by milk stage, when fresh maize is ea...

Renal cell carcinoma risk associated with lower intake of micronutrients.

Kidney cancer incidence in African Americans (AA) is higher than among European Americans (EA); reasons for this disparity are not fully known. Dietary micronutrients may have a protective effect on renal cell carcinoma (RCC) development by inhibiting oxidative DNA damage and tumor growth. We evaluated whether any micronutrient associations differed by race in the US Kidney Cancer Study. 1142 EA and AA RCC cases and 1154 frequency-matched controls were enrolled in a population-based case-control study betwe...

Placental adaptations to micronutrient dysregulation in the programming of chronic disease.

Poor nutrition during pregnancy is known to impair foetal development and increase the risk of chronic disease in offspring. Both macronutrients and micronutrients are required for a healthy pregnancy although significantly less is understood about the role of micronutrients in the programming of chronic disease. This is despite the fact that modern calorie rich diets are often also deficient in key micronutrients. The importance of micronutrients in gestational disorders is clearly understood but how they ...

Micronutrient Status: Potential Modifiers-Drugs and Chronic Disease.

Changes in growth, anemia and iron deficiency among children aged 6-23 months in two districts in Nepal that were part of the post-pilot, scale-up of an integrated infant and young child feeding and micronutrient powder intervention.

There is limited research on integrated infant and young child feeding (IYCF) and micronutrient powders (MNP) programs operating at scale, despite widespread implementation. This study uses cross-sectional baseline (n=2,542) and endline (n=2,578) surveys representative of children 6-23 months in two districts in Nepal that were part of a post-pilot, scale-up of a IYCF-MNP program. Multivariable log-binomial regression models were used to estimate prevalence ratios (PR) for stunting (LAZ

Calorimetric Dark Matter Detection with Galactic Center Gas Clouds.

We demonstrate that dark matter heating of gas clouds, hundreds of parsecs from the Milky Way Galactic Center, provides a powerful new test of dark matter interactions. To illustrate, we set a new bound on nucleon scattering for 10-100 MeV mass dark matter. We also constrain millicharged dark matter models, including those proposed to match the recent EDGES 21 cm absorption anomaly. For Galactic Center gas clouds, the Galactic fields' magnetic deflection of electromagnetically charged dark matter is miti...

Head and Neck Cancer in World Trade Center Responders: A Case Series.

To report on cases of head and neck cancer (HNC) among World Trade Center (WTC) responders participating in the WTC Health Program and seen at Rutgers WTC Center of Clinical Excellence.

Real-time Imaging Revealed Exoelectrogens from Wastewater Are Selected at the Center of Gradient Electric Field.

Exoelectrogens acclimated from the environment are the key of energy recovery from waste in bioelectrochemical systems. However, it is still unknown how these bacteria were selectively enriched on the electrode. Here we confirmed for the first time that the electric field (EF) intensity selected exoelectrogens from wastewater using an integrated Electro-visual system with gradient EF. Under operating conditions (I = 3×10-3A), the EF intensity on the working electrode ranged from 6.00 V/cm in the center to ...

Orthopedics in the Age of Accountable Care Organizations and Population Health: From Profit-Center to Cost-Center.

Early infectious exposures are not associated with increased risk of pediatric-onset multiple sclerosis.

We sought to determine if early infectious exposures such as daycare, early use of antibiotics, vaccinations and other germ exposures including pacifier use and playing on grass are associated with multiple sclerosis (MS) risk in children.

The Barrow Innovation Center Case Series: A novel 3D-printed retractor for use with electromagnetic neuronavigation systems.

The Barrow Innovation Center consists of an educational program that promotes interdisciplinary collaboration among neurosurgery, legal, and engineering professionals to foster the development of new medical devices. This report describes a common issue faced during the placement of ventricular shunts for the treatment of hydrocephalus, and the solution to this problem that was developed through the Barrow Innovation Center.

Zinc Supported Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube Nanocomposite; A Synergism to Micronutrient Release and A Smart Distributor to Promote the Growth of Onion Seeds in Arid Conditions.

In the current scenario, nanotechnological applications in the agriculture sector showing potential impacts on the improvement of plant growth in terms of protection and safety are at a very nascent stage. The present study deals with the synergistic role of zinc (Zn) and multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) synthesized as ZnO/MWCNTs nanocomposite, a prospective applicant to modulate the micronutrient supply and enhance the growth of onion seeds thereby replacing harmful, unsafe chemical fertilizers. To th...

Legume biofortification is an underexploited strategy for combatting hidden hunger.

Legumes are the world's primary source of dietary protein and are particularly important for those in developing economies. However, the biofortification potential of legumes remains underexploited. Legumes offer a diversity of micronutrients and amino acids, exceeding or complementing the profiles of cereals. As such, the enhancement of legume nutritional composition presents an appealing target for addressing the "hidden hunger" of global micronutrient malnutrition. Affecting ~2 billion people, micronutri...

Nutrition status, bone mass density, and selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors.

The association between selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) use and bone mass density (BMD) has been debated. Inadequate diet, which may occur in depressed individuals prescribed SSRIs is also associated with decreased BMD. This study seeks to determine if SSRI use in adults is associated with lower than average BMD while controlling for nutrition related variables. Further, it investigates whether there are potential interactions between micronutrients and SSRI use on BMD. Adults, 655 with an SSR...

Walking balance on a treadmill changes during pregnancy.

Altered standing balance during pregnancy has been previously reported. To date, body center of mass (bCOM) motion has not been used to track balance changes in this population. We recently compared three methods to determine the torso center of mass (tCOM) location (via force plate acquired center of pressure calculation, using Pavol surface anthropometry measurements, and a combination of the two) to use in calculating the bCOM during pregnancy.

Theoretical psychology at the University of Alberta as social science during the Cold War.

We examine the University of Alberta's Center for Advanced Study in Theoretical Psychology (1965-1990) in the context of social science conducted during the Cold War. We begin by considering the center with respect to three important properties of social science at this time: an emphasis on interdisciplinarity, a focus on theory, and a preference for quantitative methods. Our analysis suggests that center activities also exhibited these characteristics. They were highly interdisciplinary, they were concerne...

Multi-center reproducibility of structural, diffusion tensor, and resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging measures.

The aim of this study is to assess multi-center reproducibility and longitudinal consistency of MRI imaging measurements, as part of a phase III longitudinal multi-center study comparing the neurotoxic effect following prophylactic cranial irradiation with hippocampal avoidance (HA-PCI), in comparison with conventional PCI in patients with small-cell lung cancer.

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