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Interactions between Immune Response to Fungal Infection and MicroRNAs; the Pioneer Tuners.

Due to their physiological and biological characteristics, numerous fungi are potentially emerging pathogens. Active dynamicity of fungal pathogens causes life-threatening infections annually impose high costs to the health systems. Although, immune responses play crucial roles in controlling the fate of fungal infections, immunocompromised patients are in high risk with high mortality. Tuning the immune response against fungal infections might be an effective strategy for controlling and reducing the patho...


Risk stratification in cardiac sarcoidosis: the tricky business of predicting the future.

In an ideal world, primary prevention defibrillators would be placed only in patients who will suffer from life-threatening ventricular arrhythmias in the future. Since electrophysiologists cannot predict the future, we must settle for risk stratification - identifying patients who are at high enough risk of a life-threatening ventricular arrhythmia that the risk of complication from a device and the inconvenience of having one are outweighed by the potential that it will be needed. This article is protecte...

Breast Milk and Saliva Lactoferrin Levels and Postnatal Cytomegalovirus Infection.

 Very low birth weight preterm infants are at risk for life-threatening infections in the NICU. Breast milk protects against infections but carries the risk of infection by cytomegalovirus (CMV) shed in mother's milk. Lactoferrin is a breast milk and saliva protein with potent neutralizing activity against CMV.


Advance in Stress for Depressive Disorder.

Stress is an adaptive response to environment aversive stimuli and a common life experience of one's daily life. Chronic or excessive stress especially that happened in early life is found to be deleterious to individual's physical and mental health, which is highly related to depressive disorders onset. Stressful life events are consistently considered to be the high-risk factors of environment for predisposing depressive disorders. In linking stressful life events with depressive disorder onset, dysregula...

Negative affect is associated with increased stress-eating for women with high perceived life stress.

Perceived life stress (PLS) and cognitive restraint are associated with increased comfort food intake under stress and lead to weight gain and obesity, but the mechanisms by which they do so remain unclear. Stress and negative affect (NA) are associated with increased reward-driven comfort food intake as a means to 'feel better', particularly for individuals with higher PLS and cognitive restraint. Thus, we propose that PLS and cognitive restraint increase stress-eating by strengthening the relationship bet...

Resilience is strongly associated with health-related quality of life but does not buffer work-related stress in employed persons 1 year after acute myocardial infarction.

Resilience may facilitate the adaptation after experiencing a severe disease such as acute myocardial infarction (AMI) and attenuate the negative effects of stress on health-related quality of life (HRQOL). However, it is unclear so far whether resilience moderates a negative association between work-related stress and HRQOL in employed patients after AMI.

Biological stress response in women at risk of postpartum psychosis: The role of life events and inflammation.

Postpartum psychosis (PP) is the most severe psychiatric disorder associated with childbirth, and the risk is particularly high in women with a history of bipolar disorder, schizoaffective disorder or in those who have suffered previous episodes of PP. While studies in patients with psychosis not related to the puerperium have demonstrated that abnormalities in stress response are important risk factors for psychosis, it remains unknown whether this is also the case for PP.

Brief Resolved Unexplained Events: analysis of an Apparent Life Threatening Event database.

To identify the proportion of patients previously diagnosed with apparent life-threatening events (ALTE) who would meet criteria for brief resolved unexplained events (BRUE) and to identify rates of adverse outcomes in subgroups: ALTE not meeting criteria for BRUE, lower-risk BRUE, and higher-risk ALTE.

Social role-related stress and social role-related reward as related to subsequent subclinical cardiovascular disease in a longitudinal study of mid-life women: The Study of Women's Health Across the Nation.

The purpose of this study was to determine if mid-life social role quality, defined by the stress and rewards associated with four social roles, is related to later-life subclinical cardiovascular disease (SCVD) in a cohort of women transitioning through menopause.

Risk factors and Predictors of Mortality in Streptococcal Necrotizing Soft-Tissue Infections: A Multicenter Prospective Study.

Necrotizing soft-tissue infections (NSTI) are life-threatening conditions often caused by β-hemolytic streptococci, group A streptococcus (GAS) in particular. Optimal treatment is contentious. The INFECT cohort includes the largest set of prospectively enrolled streptococcal NSTI cases to date.

Smoking cessation, metabolic risk behaviors, and stress management over time in a sample of young adult smokers.

Smoking cessation may support changes in metabolic risk behaviors (e.g., high-fat diet, physical inactivity, poor sleep, low fruit and vegetable consumption [FVC]). We examined the association between smoking cessation and metabolic risk behavior profiles, mediated by readiness to change risk behaviors and moderated by stress management. Participants were young adult smokers in a randomized controlled trial of a Facebook smoking cessation intervention. Measures included stage of change for five metabolic ri...

A rare case of life-threatening extra-peritoneal bleeding a.

Although inguinal hernia repair is a routine procedure and frequently performed as one-day surgery, we should be particularly aware of the possible complications, which could be life-threatening if not recognized in due course.

Religiosity and Health-Related Risk Behaviours in a Secular Culture-Is there a Correlation?

In the present study, we examine the correlation between religiosity and health-related risk behaviours among citizens aged 29-60 based on a cross-sectional survey in Denmark, known for its more secular culture. Health-related risk behaviours such as smoking and alcohol intake are known to increase the risk of developing one or more chronic or life-threatening diseases. In this study religiosity, in a random sample of Danes, seems to be associated with healthier lifestyle, such as a healthier dietary patter...

Invasive Eyelid Infections by β-Hemolytic Streptococci of Serogroup A.

Invasive soft tissue infections by are rapidly progressive and potentially life-threatening infectious diseases. These can also affect the eyelid. Aggressive virulence factors and the synthesis of exotoxins can lead to complications, such as periorbital necrotizing fasciitis (PONF) and streptococcal toxic shock syndrome (STSS). The clinical picture is characterized by four patients with invasive eyelid infections.

Symptom Experience of Older Adults With Type 2 Diabetes and Diabetes-Related Distress.

An older, more diverse population and longer life spans are major contributors to the anticipated tripling of Type 2 diabetes prevalence by 2050. Diabetes-related distress affects up to 40% of people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes and may be a greater risk for older adults due to greater prevalence of comorbidities.

Stressful Life Events and Racial Disparities in Cognition Among Middle-Aged and Older Adults.

It is well-documented that African Americans have elevated risk for cognitive impairment and dementia in late life, but reasons for the racial disparities remain unknown. Stress processes have been linked to premature age-related morbidity, including Alzheimer's and related dementias (ADRD), and plausibly contribute to social disparities in cognitive aging.

Infections as a potential long-term risk following childhood leukemia.

Leukemia is the most common childhood cancer. While infections are a frequent and potentially severe complication while on treatment, less is known about the risk for infections following therapy completion. In this article, we propose that leukemia survivors might be at increased risk of infections following therapy completion than the general population, independently of potential confounders such as age, sex and Down syndrome. This association is conceivably due to several factors. First, therapy-induced...

Intersectional analysis of life stress, incarceration and sexual health risk practices among cisgender Black gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men in the Deep South of the US: the MARI Study.

The purpose of the present study was to examine associations between life stress and incarceration history in relation to sexual health risk practices among a sample of cisgender Black gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men (MSM) in the Deep South. Using data from a sample of 355 cisgender Black MSM in Mississippi and Georgia, multivariable logistic regression analyses were conducted to examine associations between life stress and sexual risk practices. In addition, we assessed whether stress ma...

Exposure to early life adversity alters the future behavioral response to a stressful challenge in BALB/C mice.

Depression is considered as a maladaptive response to stress in adult life. Exposure to stress in early childhood is recognized as a risk factor for being unable to adapt to environmental changes in adult life. Early life stress (ELS) has been modelled in animals to help understand the behavioral outcome of the adversity. Periodic maternal separation (MS) in rodents for the first two weeks of life is one such model. We used MS as a form of ELS in Balb/c mice to study its effect on a stressful challenge enco...

A comparison of surgical pulmonary embolectomy and catheter-directed lysis for life-threatening pulmonary emboli.

Patients with life-threatening pulmonary emboli (PE) have traditionally been treated with anticoagulation alone, yet emerging data suggest that more aggressive therapy may improve short-term outcomes. The purpose of this study was to compare postoperative outcomes between catheter-directed thrombolysis (CDL) and surgical pulmonary embolectomy (SPE) in the treatment of life-threatening PE.

Pathogen identification by shotgun metagenomics of patients with necrotising soft-tissue infections.

Necrotising soft-tissue infections (NSTIs) are life-threatening, requiring broad-spectrum antibiotics. Their etiological diagnosis can be limited by poor performance of cultures and administration of antibiotics before surgery.

Association between polypharmacy and health-related quality of life among US adults with cardiometabolic risk factors.

There are known associations between cardiometabolic risk factors and polypharmacy; however, there is no evidence about how polypharmacy among adults with cardiometabolic risk factors impacts their health-related quality of life (HRQoL). The main objective of this study was to assess the association between polypharmacy and HRQoL among adults with cardiometabolic risk factors living in the USA.

Age differences in cancer-related stress, spontaneous emotion regulation, and emotional distress.

Cancer risk increases with age, cancer-related stress is common and devastating to mental health of patients, yet little work has explored age differences in cancer-related stress. This study investigated sources of stress related to cancer diagnosis and treatment and its association with age and emotional health. Though not an aim of the study, adaptive strategies mentioned within discussions of stress-which we classify as spontaneous emotion regulation (ER) - were also investigated. Participants ( = ...

Preoperative and operation-related risk factors for postoperative nosocomial infections in pediatric patients: A retrospective cohort study.

Pediatric patients undergoing invasive operations bear extra risk of developing nosocomial infections (NIs). However, epidemiological evidence of the underlying risk factors, which is needed for early prevention, remains limited.

A standardized ventriculostomy protocol without an occlusive dressing: results of an observational study in patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage.

Catheter-related infections are a potentially life-threatening complication of having an external ventricular drain (EVD). Patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (aSAH) are at increased risk of infection associated with prolonged ventricular drainage, with a reported mean infection rate of 6%. We report the EVD-associated infection rate among patients with aSAH managed with a unique standardized treatment protocol without an occlusive EVD dressing.


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