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Necropolis in crisis: housing the living is one thing, there is also a problem in housing the dead.

Solve the biodiversity crisis with funding.

Housing as a Platform for Health and Equity: Evidence and Future Directions.

The links between housing and health are now known to be strong and multifaceted and to generally span across 4 key pillars: stability, affordability, quality and safety, and neighborhood opportunity. Housing disparities in the United States are tenaciously patterned along axes of social inequality and contribute to the burden related to persistently adverse health outcomes in affected groups. Appreciating the multidimensional relationship between housing and health is critical in moving the housing and hea...

Exploring the relationship between housing concerns, mental health and wellbeing: a qualitative study of social housing tenants.

The rising prevalence of mental health problems is a growing public health issue. Poor mental health is not equally distributed across social groups and is associated with poverty and insecure housing. An evaluation of a social housing intervention provided an opportunity to explore the connections between housing and wider determinants of health and wellbeing.

The incidence of adrenal crisis in the postoperative period of HPA-axis insufficiency after surgical treatment for Cushing's syndrome.

Adrenal crisis, the most feared complication of adrenal insufficiency, is a potentially life-threatening state of acute glucocorticoid deficiency. After successful surgery for Cushing's syndrome, many patients develop (transient) adrenal insufficiency. The incidence of adrenal crisis in patients treated for hypercortisolism is unknown.

Where I live: A qualitative analysis of renters living in poor housing.

This article examines the lived experiences of 17 renters residing in Clark County, Nevada. Using a phenomenological study design, we used semistructured interviews to investigate how renters navigate living in substandard housing. The qualitative analysis revealed four main themes: (a) housing serves as a mediator with one's sense of well-being and good health, (b) housing insecurity and displacement occur through various pathways, (c) housing quality can lead to a sense of powerlessness over where one liv...

County-level housing affordability in relation to risk factors for cardiovascular disease among middle-aged adults: The National Longitudinal Survey of Youths 1979.

Housing is a fundamental social determinant of health yet housing affordability has diminished over much of the twenty-first century. Research on housing affordability as a determinant of health is limited, but early studies have shown possible correlations with mental health. However, few studies have examined the relationship between housing affordability and risk factors for cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of morbidity and mortality among Americans.

Housing as a determinant of health equity: A conceptual model.

Housing is a major pathway through which health disparities emerge and are sustained over time. However, no existing unified conceptual model has comprehensively elucidated the relationship between housing and health equity with attention to the full range of harmful exposures, their cumulative burden and their historical production. We synthesized literature from a diverse array of disciplines to explore the varied aspects of the relationship between housing and health and developed an original conceptual ...

On the crisis: meanings and perspectives. Interview with Marco Américo Lucchesi.

In this interview, Marco Américo Lucchesi, Tenured Professor of Comparative Literature at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), visiting professor of the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz), and member and president of the Brazilian Academy of Letters, outlines his perception of the current crisis and the impact on the consolidation of Brazilian democracy. Based on his experiences as a critic and intellectual, he comments on the attacks on culture and the production of knowledge that we have witne...

Mental health and politics since the eurozone crisis: The role of mental health professionals.

Some of the most immediate health effects of the 2008 economic crisis concerned the mind, not the body. Rates of generalized anxiety, chronic depression, and even suicide spiked in many European societies. This viewpoint highlights the role of mental health professionals in responding to this emergency, and argues that their sustained mobilization is necessary to its long-term resolution.

Intergenerational photovoice perspectives of place and health in public housing: Participatory coding, theming, and mapping in/of the "structure struggle".

This paper details an intergenerational photovoice project exploring spatial and perceptual differences of "place" and health among adult and youth public housing residents in a small urban rustbelt city in the Midwestern United States. It specifically highlights the value of fully participatory photovoice processes-participatory narrative-coding and digital web-based photo-mapping-in furthering conceptual and analytical understanding of "place" and health. Results indicate the critical import of accounting...

Associations between housing stability and injecting frequency fluctuations: findings from a cohort of people who inject drugs in Montréal, Canada.

The relationship between housing stability and drug injecting is complex, as both outcomes fluctuate over time. The objectives were to identify short-term trajectories of housing stability and injecting frequency among people who inject drugs (PWID) and examine how patterns of injecting frequency relate to those of housing stability.

Estimated costs to the Pennsylvania criminal justice system resulting from the opioid crisis.

The opioid crisis has made financial impacts across all levels of the public sector. This report focuses on costs related to the criminal justice system (CJS) in Pennsylvania. Costs impacting 3 principal areas of the CJS are examined: opioid-related arrests, court costs, and incarceration. Analysis of the state-level CJS is our main focus; no local-level costs are included. Through this examination, costs of the opioid crisis for the period of 2007 to 2016 were estimated using opioid costs for 2006 as a bas...

Housing Instability Characteristics Among Transgender Veterans Cared for in the Veterans Health Administration, 2013-2016.

To characterize housing instability among transgender veterans using Veterans Health Administration (VHA) health care in the United States. We used administrative data on veterans screened for housing instability from 2013 to 2016; participants included 5717 transgender veterans and 17 133 cisgender veterans. We defined housing instability by a positive screen or VHA Homeless Program use. We identified gender from medical records, reflecting either birth sex or gender identity. We identified transgender i...

Crisis intervention - Professional first aid in acute crisis.

Crisis Intervention is a professional method to help people suffering from acute psychosocial crisis. The basis of effective crisis intervention is a collaborative relationship facilitated by genuineness, respect and acceptance. A thorough assessment of possible endangerment including self harm and suicidal ideations or danger of being a target of violence or even being harmful to others must be established. A facing dialogue offering the possibilities to express and communicate difficult emotional feelings...

A Starfish Approach to a Crisis of Dignity.

Adrenal gland-released Vasostatin-I is a myocardial depressant factor.

Pheochromocytoma crisis is an exceptional consequence of the release of storage vesicles of the adrenal medulla. It is complicated by fulminant adrenergic myocarditis. It offers a unique opportunity to detect inotropic negative factors from neuroendocrine origin. Our objectives were: 1) to describe a pheochromocytoma crisis 2) to investigate in vivo myocardial depressant activities for the N-terminal 1-76 Chromogranin A-derived peptide, Vasostatin-I. A patient with a pheochromocytoma crisis was treated incl...

Housing Instability, Depression, and HIV Viral Load Among Young Black Gay, Bisexual, and Other Men Who Have Sex With Men in Atlanta, Georgia.

Housing instability is common among sexual minority youth. Research suggests that psychological distress, such as depression, may mediate the association between housing instability and poor HIV-related outcomes, but this hypothesis remains underexplored. Housing instability was assessed using two variables (residential moves in 6 months, and self-reported homelessness at any time since age 15 years). We examined cross-sectional relationships between the housing instability variables and detectable HIV-1 vi...

A crisis brewing for the healthcare system and a crisis already happening for our students.

Comparative Effects of High-Tech Visual Scene Displays and Low-Tech Isolated Picture Symbols on Engagement From Students With Multiple Disabilities.

Purpose Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) is an intervention approach that can promote communication and language in children with multiple disabilities who are beginning communicators. While a wide range of AAC technologies are available, little is known about the comparative effects of specific technology options. Given that engagement can be low for beginning communicators with multiple disabilities, the current study provides initial information about the comparative effects of 2 AAC tech...

"You Have to Keep a Roof Over Your Head": A Qualitative Study of Housing Needs Among Patients With Cancer in New York City.

Housing status can become compromised in the wake of financial hardship for some patients with cancer and become a source of disparity. This qualitative study describes the types of housing issues experienced by patients with cancer and survivors of cancer in New York City.

The public health crisis of underimmunisation: a global plan of action.

Vaccination is one of public health's greatest achievements, responsible for saving billions of lives. Yet, 20% of children worldwide are not fully protected, leading to 1·5 million child deaths annually from vaccine-preventable diseases. Millions more people have severe disabling illnesses, cancers, and disabilities stemming from underimmunisation. Reasons for falling vaccination rates globally include low public trust in vaccines, constraints on affordability or access, and insufficient governmental vacc...

Association of Restrictive Housing During Incarceration With Mortality After Release.

Restrictive housing, otherwise known as solitary confinement, during incarceration is associated with poor health outcomes.

Methodological weaknesses in the measurement approaches and concept of housing affordability used in housing research: A qualitative study.

Housing affordability (HA) is considered an important determinant of a country's socioeconomic development and stability. However, its optimal measurement has remained a major concern worldwide. In recent decades, methodological development and researches on housing affordability measurement approaches (HAMA) have accelerated and continue to grow exponentially. Despite this intensive global development, very few attempts have been made to present the theoretical bases and track the developmental trends of t...

Dairy farm soil presents distinct microbiota and varied prevalence of antibiotic resistance across housing areas.

Dairy cattle of different ages experience different living conditions and varied frequency of antibiotic administration that likely influence the distribution of microbiome and resistome in ways that reflect different risks of microbial transmission. To assess the degree of variance in these distributions, fecal and soil samples were collected from six distinct housing areas on commercial dairy farms (n = 7) in Washington State. 16S rRNA gene sequencing indicated that the microbiota differed between dif...

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