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Brief Intervention Among Mexican-Origin Young Adults in the Emergency Department at the USA-Mexico Border: Examining the Role of Patient's Preferred Language of Intervention in Predicting Drinking Outcomes.

Determine if the language in which brief intervention (BI) is delivered influences drinking outcomes among Mexican-origin young adults in the emergency department when controlling for ethnic matching.

Neuroethology of bat navigation.

Once a year about 15 million Mexican free-tailed bats (Tadarida brasiliensis) migrate up to 1,500 kilometers from wintering grounds, seamlessly flying over the Mexican border to enter the United States. Their destination is the Bracken Cave in southern Texas, which will be their summer home between the months of March through October. While residing there, these bats emerge every night at dusk from the narrow 100-foot-wide opening of this enormous cave and begin their nightly commute to foraging grounds loc...

Cross-border spatial accessibility of health care in the North-East Department of Haiti.

The geographical accessibility of health services is an important issue especially in developing countries and even more for those sharing a border as for Haiti and the Dominican Republic. During the last 2 decades, numerous studies have explored the potential spatial access to health services within a whole country or metropolitan area. However, the impacts of the border on the access to health resources between two countries have been less explored. The aim of this paper is to measure the impact of the bo...

Children with appendicitis on the US-Mexico border have socioeconomic challenges and are best served by a freestanding children's hospital.

The US-Mexico border is medically underserved. Recent political changes may render this population even more vulnerable. We hypothesized that children on the border present with high rates of perforated appendicitis due to socioeconomic barriers.

Vascular Depression and Cognition in Mexican Americans.

Mexican Americans are at increased risk of developing mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and Alzheimer's disease compared to non-Hispanic whites. This study sought to examine the relationship between vascular risk, depression, and cognition in Mexican American elders.

Genetic variability among Mexican Mestizo and Amerindian populations based on three ABCB1 polymorphisms.

The most widely studied polymorphisms of the ABCB1 gene are rs1128503 (c.1236C>T), rs2032582 (c.2677G>T/A), and rs1045642 (c.3435C>T). Although variation in ABCB1 allele frequencies among Mexican Mestizos (admixed) from different regions has been observed, Mexican Amerindians have been poorly studied. We aimed to describe the genetic variability of these three ABCB1 polymorphisms in a total sample of 273 Mexican volunteers that included Mestizos from the state of Yucatán, and Amerindians from seven populat...

Variables associated with the prevalence of anti-Leishmania spp. antibodies in dogs on the tri-border of Foz do Iguaçu, Paraná, Brazil.

The aim of this study was to investigate the occurrence of anti-Leishmania spp. antibodies in dogs from localities in the city of Foz do Iguaçu, Paraná state, Brazil, on the border with Argentina and Paraguay. Blood samples dogs were collected to perform the following serologic tests: immunochromatographic DPP® rapid test, indirect immunoenzymatic assay (ELISA) and indirect immunofluorescence assay (IFA). In 2012, 285 dogs were analyzed on Argentina border, and in 2013, serum samples from 396 dogs on the...

Cross-border surrogacy - experiences of heterosexual and gay parents in Sweden.

Surrogacy is a controversial method for assisted reproduction that is not permitted in many countries. While there is some evidence that families following surrogacy seem to fare well, there is limited knowledge about the experiences of parents who turned to cross-border surrogacy. The aim of the present study was therefore to investigate the experiences of heterosexual parents and gay fathers who chose cross-border surrogacy to have a child.

In States That Border Mexico, Cesarean Rates Were Highest For Hispanic Women Living In Border Counties In 2015.

Hispanic women living on the US-Mexico border have had higher cesarean delivery rates than other Hispanic women in the US. Using birth certificate and other data, we compared cesarean rates among Hispanic women living in US border counties with rates among other Hispanic women in border states during 2015. Using linear regression, we also determined which medical, hospital, and sociodemographic characteristics accounted for intercounty variations in rates. In border counties the rates were 38.3 percent for...

Patterns of Screen Time Among Rural Mexican-American Children on the New Mexico-Mexico Border.

The prevalence of obesity is 26% among Hispanic children and teenagers and 47% among Hispanic adults. One contributor to obesity is sedentary behavior, such as using electronic screen devices (ie, screens). Low-income and Hispanic youths spend more time using such devices than other youths.

A psychosocial analysis of relational aggression in Mexican adolescents based on sex and age.

This paper aims to identify predictive variables of relational aggression related to the individual, family and school environment in Mexican adolescents according to sex and age.

Physical characterization of the hair of Mexican women.

Hairs collected from 257 Mexican women, residing in Mexico City, were characterized by instrumental measurements for comparison to more-commonly reported Caucasian, Asian and African hairs. Subjects were subdivided into 5 age groups and their hairs were characterized by fiber dimension, shape and tensile strength. Results show that Mexican hair appears to be intermediate of Asian and Caucasian hair in diameter and cross-sectional ellipticity. Such findings seem in line with the early and late ethnic origins...

Chemical composition of Acacia farnesiana (L) Willd fruits and its activity against Mycobacterium tuberculosis and dysentery bacteria.

In Mexico, plants are an important element of traditional medicine, and many are considered part of Mexican cultural heritage from prehispanic and colonial times. Nevertheless, relatively few systematic scientific studies have been conducted to fully characterize the chemical composition and pharmacological activities of Mexican medicinal plants. Acacia farnesiana is used in Mexican traditional medicine to treat dysentery and tuberculosis and therefore could have bioactive compounds that may explain its tra...

Suboptimal Use of Effective Contraceptive Methods in Young Mexican Women With Breast Cancer.

Contraceptive counseling and adherence in young women with breast cancer (BC) is a relevant issue because chemotherapy and hormonal treatment resulting in amenorrhea do not preclude unintended pregnancies. Currently, there is limited evidence from high-income countries; however, there are no studies regarding use of contraceptives in patients with BC in Mexico. This study aimed to determine the rate of contraceptive use in young Mexican women with BC during cancer treatment, characterize their contraceptive...

Risk of Pneumonitis with the Use of Different Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors in a Mexican Population.

The incidence of pneumonitis reported in previous trials in patients with advanced cancer and use of programmed cell death protein 1 (PD-1) immunotherapy inhibitors was 2.7-3.6%. However, none of these trials included Mexican populations.

Measures of Acculturation and Relations to zBMI among Mexican-Origin Youth.

Risk for obesity increases for Mexican-origin immigrants and their children upon arrival in the USA. Acculturative factors have been shown to play a role, but the significance and directionality of this relation may differ based on the method used to measure acculturation.

High prevalence of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis and abnormal liver stiffness in a young and obese Mexican population.

To identify nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) and liver stiffness in Mexican subjects with different body mass index (BMI).

Substance Use and Psychiatric Disorders Among Mexican Americans and Non-Hispanic Whites by Immigration Status.

To compare prevalence rates of alcohol, nicotine, and other drug use and major psychiatric disorders (major depressive disorder, persistent depression, bipolar I disorder, agoraphobia, social and specific phobias, and antisocial, schizotypal, and borderline personality disorders) between US-born and foreign-born Mexican Americans and non-Hispanic whites and between early entry versus later-entry foreign-born Mexican Americans and non-Hispanic whites.

Clinical presentation in thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura: Real-world data from two Mexican institutions.

Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP) is a hematologic disease that can be fatal if not treated early. We aimed to describe the clinical characteristics of Mexican patients with idiopathic TTP.

From Dehydration to Fractures: Medical Issues Faced by People Crossing the United States: Mexico Border.

To quantify the number of Border Crossers seen at our hospitals, broken down by diagnoses and age. We used our electronic medical record to identify the number of patients in custody of the United States Border Patrol who were seen at Banner-University: South and University Campuses during the calendar year 2016. 734 patients were identified, and the electronic medical record was used to identify the primary diagnosis and age for each one. We then manually categorized them into groups of common diagnoses. W...

Trends in Hispanic and non-Hispanic white cesarean delivery rates on the US-Mexico border, 2000-2015.

Cesarean delivery occurs in one in three US births and poses risks for mothers and infants. Hispanic cesarean rates were higher than non-Hispanic white rates in the US in 2016. In 2009, cesarean rates among Hispanics on the US-Mexico border exceeded rates among US Hispanics. Since 2009, rates have declined nationwide, but border Hispanic rates have not been studied.

Influenza vaccination coverage among US-Mexico land border crossers: 2009 H1N1 pandemic and 2011-2012 influenza season.

The high volume of US-Mexico land border crossings can facilitate international dissemination of influenza viruses.

Fractional-order Darwinian PSO-based feature selection for media-adventitia border detection in intravascular ultrasound images.

Media-adventitia (MA) border delineates the outer appearance of arterial wall in intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) image. The detection of MA border is a challenging topic due to many difficulties such as complicated intravascular structures, intrinsic artifacts and image noises. We propose a classification-based MA border detection method with an embedded feature selection technique. The feature selection technique is based on Fractional-order Darwinian particle swarm optimization (FODPSO) algorithm. By empl...

Associations between the built environment and body mass index in the Mexican American Mano A Mano Cohort.

Obesity is highly prevalent in Mexican American adults. Studies on the role of the built environment in relation to obesity among this population are scarce.

Burden of Illness, Primary Care Use, and Medication Utilization among US-México Border Children with Wheezing.

Among high-risk, underserved populations, such as children living along the US-México border, suffering from asthma-like symptoms without an asthma diagnosis can result in a high burden of illness. We estimated the prevalence of physician-diagnosed and possible undiagnosed asthma among students with histories of wheezing in the US-México border community of El Paso, Texas, and evaluated their burden of illness, primary care use, and medication utilization.

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