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Impact of immigration in presentation and outcomes of hepatocellular carcinoma in the USA.

Hepatocellular carcinoma's (HCC) epidemiology and prognosis differs among regions across the globe, largely because of environmental factors and underlying liver disease. Little is known about the changes led by immigration and the effect on HCC outcome. We aimed to understand the effect of immigration on HCC.

Evaluating the progress to eliminate mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) of syphilis in Hunan Province, China: A study based on a health service delivery model.

To prevent mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) of syphilis, Hunan Province launched a free syphilis screening and treatment programme in 2011. Thus far, the programme has been implemented for 6 years. This study aimed to assess progress toward the elimination of MTCT of syphilis in Hunan Province from 2011-2016. Estimates of syphilis-related adverse pregnancy outcomes (APOs) were based on the health service delivery model developed by the WHO, which were then translated into disability-adjusted life years (...

Building walls or opening borders? Global immigration policy attitudes across economic, cultural and human security contexts.

Using data from the World Values Survey for 51 countries, we conduct a multi-level analysis with mixed effects multinomial logistic regression models to explore the effects of economic context, cultural context, and national security events on immigration policy attitudes. Analyses of attitudes towards immigration to date have been limited in key respects: the scope has been mostly restricted to Western Europe and the Americas; limited attention has been paid to institutional and sociopolitical features of ...

Immigrants Pay More In Private Insurance Premiums Than They Receive In Benefits.

As US policy makers tackle immigration reform, knowing whether immigrants are a burden on the nation's health care system can inform the debate. Previous studies have indicated that immigrants contribute more to Medicare than they receive in benefits but have not examined whether the roughly 50 percent of immigrants with private coverage provide a similar subsidy or even drain health care resources. Using nationally representative data, we found that immigrants accounted for 12.6 percent of premiums paid ...

The association between immigration status and ineligible stool samples for colorectal cancer screening.

Barriers such as language and literacy might complicate the participation procedure for immigrants in screening programs. We investigated the delivery of a suitable stool sample for participation in the Danish colorectal cancer screening by immigration background.

Rates and characteristics of suicide by immigration background in Norway.

Suicide mortality among immigrant groups is an important health issue, particularly in countries with growing segments of immigrant populations such as Norway. Through linkage of Norwegian national registers we wanted to estimate suicide rates (per 100,000 population) in immigrant groups and to profile characteristics of suicide by immigration background with respect to sex, age, method and seasonality of suicide as well as time since immigrating to Norway. Among all 11,409 suicides during 1992-2012, 1,139 ...

Diaphragm Remodeling during Application of PEEP: A Case of Normal Physiologic Adaptation Gone Awry?

Impact of Immigration and Duration of Residence in US on Length of Gestation Among Black Women in Newark, New Jersey.

Little is known about pregnancy outcomes of black immigrant women to the US. We surveyed 447 black women post-partum in two hospitals in Newark, NJ. Length of gestation was obtained from medical records. Covariates and information on immigration were collected by in-person interview. Risks ratios for preterm birth (

Symbolic violence and disempowerment as factors in the adverse impact of immigration detention on adult asylum seekers' mental health.

The first objective of this qualitative component of a mixed-methods study is to provide a descriptive account of adult asylum seekers' experience of detention in Canadian immigration detention centers. The second objective is to identify the main underlying factors accounting for their reported feelings of distress.

Self-represented witnessing: the use of social media by asylum seekers in Australia's offshore immigration detention centres.

The act of witnessing connects audiences with distant suffering. But what happens when bearing witness becomes severely restricted? External parties, including the mainstream news media, are constrained from accessing Australia's offshore immigration detention centres. The effect is that people seeking asylum are hidden from the public and excluded from national debates. Some detainees have adopted social media as a platform to communicate their stories of flight, and their experiences of immigration detent...

Immigration, global health, and human rights.

US Immigration: A Shrinking Vision of Belonging and Deserving.

Disentangling the effects of primary and secondary international migration on psychological distress: the role of mastery.

This study examined the effect of mode of migration-primary immigration (direct migration from origin country) and secondary immigration (migration from a country of residence other than the origin country)-by level of economic development of country of origin on psychological distress of immigrants to Canada. The study focused on the explanatory role of mastery in the relationship between mode of migration/level of economic development of origin country and distress. Mastery is the belief that one can and ...

Correction to: To See or NOsee: The Debate on the Nocebo Effect and Optimizing the Use of Biosimilars.

The article "To See or NOsee: The Debate on the Nocebo Effect and Optimizing the Use of Biosimilars", written by Mourad F. Rezk and Burkhard Pieper was originally published electronically on the publisher's internet portal (currently SpringerLink) on June 5, 2018 without open access.

Health, Social Movements, and Australian Immigration Detention.

Beyond The ACA: Paths To Universal Coverage In California.

California has long sought to achieve universal health insurance coverage for its residents. The state's uninsured population was dramatically reduced as a result of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). However, faced with federal threats to the ACA, California is exploring how it might take greater control over the financing of health care. In 2017 the state Senate passed the Healthy California Act, SB-562, calling for California to adopt a single-payer health care system. The state Assembly did not vote on the ...

The impact of national issues on aging: Medicine and technology, politics, and immigration.

"Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS) Is a Poor Substitute for Trabeculectomy"-The Great Debate.

Surgical treatment for glaucoma has undergone a dramatic change over the last decade. Trabeculectomy has been the main surgical procedure worldwide for almost 50 years. However, there is a growth in development of new novel devices and surgical techniques designed to lower intraocular pressure in a less invasive fashion. The term minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) has been coined and is the subject of investment, debate and, increasingly, research. The position of MIGS in the glaucoma treatment par...

Australia's immigration policy violates United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

The Sacred Ibis debate: The first test of evolution.

In 1798, Napoleon Bonaparte's army invaded Egypt, returning with many treasures including large numbers of Sacred Ibis mummies. The ancient Egyptians revered the ibis and mummified literally millions of them. The French naturalist Georges Cuvier used these mummies to challenge an emerging idea of the time, namely Jean-Baptiste Lamarck's theory of evolution. Cuvier detected no measurable differences between mummified Sacred Ibis and contemporary specimens of the same species. Consequently, he argued that thi...

Health worker migration and migrant healthcare: Seeking cosmopolitanism in the NHS.

The U.K.'s National Health Service (NHS) is critically reliant on staff from overseas, which means that a sizeable number of U.K. healthcare professionals have received their training at the cost of other states, whose populations are urgently in need of healthcare professionals. At the same time, while healthcare is widely seen as a primary good, many migrants are unable to access the NHS without charge, and anti-immigration political trends are likely to further reduce that access. Both of these topics ha...

The great debate series: surgical treatment of aortic valve abnormalities in children.

This article is the latest in an EJCTS series entitled 'The Great Debates'. We have chosen the topic of aortic valve (AoV) surgery in children, with a focus on infants and neonates. The topic was selected due to the significant challenges that AoV problems in the young may present to the surgical team. There are many areas of active controversy, despite the vast accumulated world experience. We have tried to incorporate many of these issues in the questions posed, not claiming to be all-inclusive. The indiv...

Strong succession in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities.

The ecology of fungi lags behind that of plants and animals because most fungi are microscopic and hidden in their substrates. Here, we address the basic ecological process of fungal succession in nature using the microscopic, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) that form essential mutualisms with 70-90% of plants. We find a signal for temporal change in AMF community similarity that is 40-fold stronger than seen in the most recent studies, likely due to weekly samplings of roots, rhizosphere and soil throug...

Who loses public health insurance when states pass restrictive omnibus immigration-related laws? The moderating role of county Latino density.

In the United States, there is widespread concern that state laws restricting rights for noncitizens may have spillover effects for Latino children in immigrant families. Studies into the laws' effects on health care access have inconsistent findings, demonstrating gaps in our understanding of who is most affected, under what circumstances. Using comparative interrupted time series methods and a nationally-representative sample of US citizen, Latino children with noncitizen parents from the National Health ...

Evaluating the capacity of California's publicly-funded universities to provide medication abortion.

To explore the capacity of the University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) student health centers to provide medication abortion (MA), to identify gaps in resources required to implement proposed Senate Bill 320, which would mandate the provision of MA on UC and CSU campuses, and to explore California student health center staff perspectives on the benefits and challenges of providing MA.

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