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Preparation for Old Age - The Role of Cultural Context and Future Perceptions.

Preparation for age-related changes is a central task in midlife and older age and a determinant of functioning and well-being in later life. If and how people prepare is influenced by societal and institutional circumstances and also by beliefs about aging and the future.


Life sciences licensing deals in the second quarter of 2018: updates and trends.

During the second quarter of 2018, Cortellis Competitive Intelligence registered 985 new deals (excluding mergers and acquisitions) with a total disclosed deal value of USD 19.5 billion as part of its ongoing coverage of licensing activity in the life sciences sector compared to 964 and USD 35.6 billion in the first quarter and 1,104 and USD 13.6 billion in the second quarter of 2017. Total deal value in the second quarter did not quite reach the peak of 2014 (paced by Novartis' USD 16 billion purchase of G...

Self-ownership, relational dignity, and organ sales.

Material property has traditionally been conceived of as separable from its owner and thus alienable in an exchange. So it seems that you could sell your watch or even your kidney because it can be removed from your wrist or abdomen and transferred to another. However, if we are each identical to a living human animal, self-ownership is impossible for self-separation is impossible. We thus cannot sell our parts if we don't own the whole that they compose. It would be incoherent to own all of your body's par...


Supporting Children and Families at a Child's End of Life: Pediatric Palliative Care Pearls of Anticipatory Guidance for Families.

Mental health professionals can play a key role in helping pediatric patients and their families prepare for and endure the death of a child. Impactful interventions include assisting a family's transition toward acceptance of a child's pending death, using prognostication as a tool in emotional preparedness, and education on expectant symptoms to optimize management and sense of caregiver efficacy.

Systemic and Reflexive: Foundations of Cumulative Dis/Advantage and Life-Course Processes.

From humanitarian aid to humanization: When outgroup, but not ingroup, helping increases humanization.

Dehumanization and infrahumanization involve decreasing the humanity attributed to others. Despite the existence of a large body of work on these topics, little is known about how to increase outgroup humanization. Across two experiments, we examined the effects of intergroup and intragroup helping on dehumanization and infrahumanization. In Study 1, we showed that news of an outgroup helping the ingroup after a natural disaster reduced infrahumanization, but not dehumanization. Reduced infrahumanization em...

Post-Retirement Life Satisfaction and Financial Vulnerability: The Moderating Role of Control.

This paper examines changes in life satisfaction around retirement exits for those with varying pre-retirement incomes, testing whether constraints on control and control over finances moderate the relationship between retiring and pre-retirement income.

Early-Life Adversity and Dysregulation of Adult Diurnal Cortisol Rhythm.

Exposure to life stresses can lead to diminution in the capacity of stress response systems to mount a robust response to new challenges, with blunting of dynamic range - the spread between maximal attainable and minimal resting levels. We investigate the association between early life adversity and the dynamic range of adult diurnal cortisol secretion.

Early-Life Military Exposures and Functional Impairment Trajectories Among Older Male Veterans: The Buffering Effect of Psychological Resilience.

Drawing on the life course framework and theoretical concept of resilience, we examine the impact of early-life service-related exposures (SREs) on later-life functional impairment trajectories among older U.S. male veterans. We conceptualize resilience as a psychological resource potentially moderating the lasting negative consequences of traumatic military exposures.

Late-life depressive symptoms are associated with functional impairment cross-sectionally and over time: Results of the AgeMooDe study.

This study examines the relationship between late-life depressive symptoms, cognitive and functional impairment in a cohort of very old community-based participants.

Correction: Patient experience and utility of genetic information: a cross-sectional study among patients tested for cancer susceptibility and thrombophilia.

This article was originally published under an incorrect license. This has now been amended and is available under a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 license. The PDF and HTML versions of the paper have been modified accordingly.

Medical education dilemma: how best to accommodate basic sciences in a curriculum for the 21st century medical students?

Over the years the medical curriculum has been changed to accommodate a variety of evolving disciplines and an exploding scientific knowledge of the basic sciences to prepare "a competent physician" of the 21st century. Therefore, we must be innovative in our approach of curricular development if we wish to continue to incorporate new basic sciences knowledge in the face of decreasing contact hours to satisfy the buzz word, "integration". Certainly, the challenges are phenomenal. The question how best to in...

Communication and Working with Authorities During Natural Disasters.

Keeping people and animals out of harm's way, preventing property loss, and working together in the community with other animal stakeholders and officials are important in building community resilience during disasters. Developing plans for neighbors helping each other evacuate animals is important. Producer helping producer, veterinarian helping veterinarian, and community helping community build resilience by preventing loss, responding to needs, and recovering and restoring livelihoods.

SOPHIA ROOSTH, Synthetic: How Life Got Made, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2017, 256 pp, $35.

Cumulative Inequality at the End of Life?: Racial Disparities in Impairment in the Time Before Death.

Drawing from cumulative inequality (CI) theory, the current study examined racial disparities in impairment as individuals approached death to determine whether proposed mechanisms hypothesized to fuel or diminish racial disparities at late ages were at work at the end of individualized life spans.

DENIS NOBLE, Dance to the Tune of Life-Biological Relativity, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, December 2016, 302 pp., £ 17.99.

Waking Up on the Wrong Side of the Bed: The Effects of Stress Anticipation on Working Memory in Daily Life.

The aim of this study was to examine the association between stress anticipated for the upcoming day and cognitive function later on that day, and how this relationship differed across age.

Bioinformatics core competencies for undergraduate life sciences education.

Although bioinformatics is becoming increasingly central to research in the life sciences, bioinformatics skills and knowledge are not well integrated into undergraduate biology education. This curricular gap prevents biology students from harnessing the full potential of their education, limiting their career opportunities and slowing research innovation. To advance the integration of bioinformatics into life sciences education, a framework of core bioinformatics competencies is needed. To that end, we her...

Spinal meningioma surgery in the elderly: who benefits?

With increasing life expectancy and increasing demands on quality of life more spinal meningiomas will limit quality of life in elderly in the coming decades. We investigated whether elderly can improve neurologically and gain self-dependence postoperatively.

Dataset of leisure time among students at Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences and its relationship with health-related quality of life (HRQOL).

The present data article aimed to investigate the leisure time among students at Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences and its relationship with health-related quality of life. In this descriptive and correlational data article, the statistical population consisted of 420 students at faculties of Health, Paramedics, Nursing and Midwifery in Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences who were selected through multi-stage cluster sampling. For data collection, the demographic questions, 36-item short form ...

Helping Bridge the Great Divides: Supporting Nurse Communication at End of Life.

Many, especially newer, nurses lack the experience for nuanced skillful communication at end of life. This study incorporated the End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) Core Curriculum Communication module into a nurse residency program and tested for change in attitudes toward end-of-life (EOL) care. Researchers found significant differences in attitudes toward care of the dying before and after the ELNEC training, and between nurses with greater than and less than 5 years experience. Findings su...

CBE-Life Sciences Education: the story of a "great journal scientists might be caught reading".

How did a moderately sized scientific society create what many consider to be the leading journal in biology education? As Editor-in-Chief of the education journal of the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB), CBE-Life Sciences Education ( LSE) and recipient of the 2018 Bruce Alberts Award for Excellence in Science Education, I tell the story of the establishment, growth, and impact of ASCB's "other journal."

NEV supply chain coordination and sustainability considering sales effort and risk aversion under the CVaR criterion.

In a two-echelon new energy vehicle (NEV) supply chain consisting of a risk-neutral manufacturer and a risk-averse retailer, the coordination and sustainability problem is investigated. The risk-averse retailer, who makes sales effort and undertakes the incurred effort cost, decides the order quantity and sales effort level under the Conditional Value-at-Risk (CVaR) criterion. We derive the optimal centralized decisions of a vertically integrated supply chain where the retailer is owned by the manufacturer....

Advancing research on psychological stress and aging with the Health and Retirement Study: Looking back to launch the field forward.

The Health and Retirement Study (HRS) was designed as an interdisciplinary study with a strong focus on health, retirement, and socioeconomic environment, to study their dynamic relationships over time in a sample of mid-life adults. The study includes validated self-report measures and individual items that capture the experiences of stressful events (stressor exposures) and subjective assessments of stress (perceived stress) within specific life domains.

The impact of reactogenicity after the first dose of recombinant zoster vaccine upon the physical functioning and quality of life of older adults: an open phase III trial.

Herpes zoster (HZ) and its related complications are associated with significant medical burden, which negatively impacts patients' quality-of-life (QoL) and daily functioning. The recently licensed recombinant zoster vaccine (RZV) offers high efficacy, but is associated with local and systemic reactions. This study assessed the impact of RZV upon the QoL and daily functioning of participants and implications for caregivers.


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