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Why Americans Need Information on Dietary Supplements.

Until a decade ago, no dietary supplement (DS) databases with open access for public use existed in the United States. They were needed by researchers, since half of American adults use dietary DSs and, without information on supplement use and composition, exposures could not be estimated. These articles on Challenges and Future Directions for Dietary Supplement Databases describe subsequent progress. They begin by describing why information on DSs is needed by the government and how it is used to ensure t...


Russia-EU gas game analysis: evidence from a new proposed trade model.

This paper represents a new proposed trade model of "Intercountries Trade Force (ITF)" which is inspired by Intermolecular Interaction Forces in chemical sciences, and has potential to compensate for the deficiencies of the gravity trade model proposed by Jan Tinbergen in 1962. The main differences between our new model and the earlier gravity trade theory are (i) there is a time-variant variable called the gravity index (GI) which means that the earlier gravity theory was treated as only a variable in our ...

The tyranny of difference: exploring attitudes to the role of the consumer academic in teaching students of mental health nursing.

Consumer participation in mental health service delivery is now a policy expectation. Negative attitudes of health professionals towards collaboration with consumers have been identified as a major barrier to policy implementation. Consumers contributing to the education of nurses and other health positions have been identified as an effective strategy, particularly when consumers occupy academic positions. Attitudes of nurse and consumer academics to the consumer academic role remain under-researched. To ...


Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials on Vitamin D Supplement and Cancer Incidence and Mortality.

We aimed to meta-analyze the results of published randomized controlled trials to test the hypothesis that low vitamin D supplement is associated with an increased risk of cancer incidence and mortality.

Validating Reports of Chronic Conditions in the Medicare CAHPS Survey.

The Medicare Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) survey includes items about chronic conditions, health history, and self-rated health. Questions remain about the concordance between patient reports and administrative sources on questions related to health history.

Assembly mechanisms of soil bacterial communities in subalpine coniferous forests on the Loess Plateau, China.

Microbial community assembly is affected by trade-offs between deterministic and stochastic processes. However, the mechanisms underlying the relative influences of the two processes remain elusive. This knowledge gap limits our ability to understand the effects of community assembly processes on microbial community structures and functions. To better understand community assembly mechanisms, the community dynamics of bacterial ecological groups were investigated based on niche breadths in 23 soil plots fro...

Consumer-perceived risks of genetically modified food in China.

This paper analyses the factors influencing consumer-perceived risks of genetically modified (GM) food by using a structural equation model and survey data of urban residents in China. The sample is divided into the acquainted and unacquainted groups according to consumers' objective knowledge level. An integrated analytical framework is developed. The results show that consumers' positive attitude towards GM technology has a significant negative effect on consumer-perceived risks and that more information ...

'Not in the room, but the doctors were': an Australian story-completion study about consumer representation.

Current mental health policy requires consumer involvement in all levels of health service management (i.e. planning, implementation, delivery and evaluation). However, current models often limit consumers to 'representation' roles that are criticized for silencing consumer views. This study compares understandings of consumer representatives' and health professionals' participation in decision-making processes in the mental health sector in Australia. Story completion methods were employed, with 34 partici...

An overview of the challenges and trade-offs in closing the loop of post-consumer plastic waste (PCPW): Focus on recycling.

Recycling of post-consumer plastic waste (PCPW) is increasingly promoted as the means to achieving circular economy (CE). It converts plastic waste into a secondary material that can be fed back into the system, for use in the same or new components and products, with similar or lower functionality; hence "closing the loop". Up until today, research on examining the environmental impacts, economic implications and technicalities of plastic waste recycling deals with one particular aspect, or stage on the pl...

Spatial-temporal variation characteristics and evolution of the global industrial robot trade: A complex network analysis.

Industrial robots are a strategic future technology and an important part of the development of artificial intelligence, and they are a necessary means for the intelligent transformation of manufacturing industry. Based on global industrial robot trade data from 1998 to 2017, this paper applies the dynamic complex network analysis method to reveal the spatial and temporal variation characteristics and trade status evolution of the global industrial robot trade network. The results show that the global indus...

Global wildlife trade across the tree of life.

Wildlife trade is a multibillion dollar industry that is driving species toward extinction. Of >31,500 terrestrial bird, mammal, amphibian, and squamate reptile species, ~18% ( = 5579) are traded globally. Trade is strongly phylogenetically conserved, and the hotspots of this trade are concentrated in the biologically diverse tropics. Using different assessment approaches, we predict that, owing to their phylogenetic replacement and trait similarity to currently traded species, future trade will affect up t...

Assessment of factors associated with completeness of spontaneous adverse event reporting in the United States: A comparison between consumer reports and healthcare professional reports.

The objectives of this study were to explore completeness of direct adverse event (AE) reports from consumers and healthcare professionals (HCPs), and to discuss the reasons completeness varied among reporters with different occupations.

Consumer Activism for Social Change.

Consumer activism, or activism taken by consumers through participating in the market such as through boycotts or ethical shopping, is the most common form of political action in the United States aside from voting. Although consumer activism was a popular macro practice social work intervention by social work pioneers and has been an important part of many social change movements internationally, it is rarely discussed formally in the field of social work in the United States today. This article provides a...

Consumer reflections on post-ingestive sensations. A qualitative approach by means of focus group interviews.

Obesity is a growing problem. Insights into satiety and other post-ingestive sensations may be important in understanding influential factors in our eating behaviour. The purpose of this research study was to explore beyond satiety and gain a better understanding of the umbrella term 'Post-ingestive sensations', this from a consumer point-of-view. In the present study, 'Post-ingestive sensations' are defined as 'the subjective perceptions of the body after eating'. The research aims to explore and understan...

Uncovering embodied CO flows via North-North trade - A case study of US-Germany trade.

With development of globalization, the geographic separation of production caused consumption of a region was linked to pollution emitted by another region. In this process, dramatic growth of CO emissions embodied in international trade attracted attention of relevant studies. Existing literatures have paid much attention on the empirical research of CO flows between developed and developing countries, while studies of CO emissions embodied in North-North trade were often overlooked. To partly fill the res...

Ameliorative effects of pre-eclampsia by quercetin supplement to aspirin in a rat model induced by L-NAME.

As an inflammatory disease, pre-eclampsia is correlated with elevation of pro-inflammatory cytokines and maternal endothelial dysfunction. Aspirin plays an important role in the prevention and therapy of pre-eclampsia. Quercetin is a bioflavonoid which has anti-oxidant and reno-protective abilities. We aimed to figure out the effects of quercetin supplement to aspirin on the therapy against pre-eclampsia. Female pregnant Sprague-Dawley rats were divided into five groups according to the drug treatment. Aspi...

New Biosimilar Approvals for Myeloid Growth Factors and Anemia.

Biosimilars are here to stay, but whether they will enjoy widespread uptake remains to be seen. The FDA sets a high bar for approval of biosimilar products, yet many clinicians remain skeptical about the efficacy and safety of these agents. Favorable experience with >30 biosimilars in Europe provides some reassurance that these agents are safe and effective and can be substituted for the reference product.

IKAP-Identifying K mAjor cell Population groups in single-cell RNA-sequencing analysis.

In single-cell RNA-sequencing analysis, clustering cells into groups and differentiating cell groups by differentially expressed (DE) genes are 2 separate steps for investigating cell identity. However, the ability to differentiate between cell groups could be affected by clustering. This interdependency often creates a bottleneck in the analysis pipeline, requiring researchers to repeat these 2 steps multiple times by setting different clustering parameters to identify a set of cell groups that are more di...

Proteins: molecules defined by their trade-offs.

Proteins are subject to various conflicting forces that trade-off against each other. For example, during folding, the protein achieves lower enthalpy at the cost of lower entropy. Similarly, the trade-off for increased stability may be decreased flexibility, which may abolish allosteric pathways. Accordingly, stability trades-off against function, which may also trade-off against folding kinetics and mechanism. Furthermore, attaining increased stability may reduce a protein's ability to adopt novel functio...

Essential key messages about diagnosis, imaging, and self-care for people with low back pain: a modified Delphi study of consumer and expert opinions.

People with back pain regularly search for information online; however, the quality of this online information is often poor. We established a list of the most important messages about diagnosis, imaging, and self-care for people with low back pain, based on consensus opinion and prioritised in order of importance. A list of key messages was derived from clinical practice guidelines for back pain. During two survey rounds, a Delphi panel of consumers with back pain and experts rated the importance of each i...

Trade openness, environmental regulation, and human capital in China: based on ARDL cointegration and Granger causality analysis.

This research aims to examine the empirical cointegration, long-run and short-run dynamics, and causal relationships between trade openness, environmental regulation, and human capital level in China throughout 1990-2016. Based on the ARDL Bounds Testing method, the empirical results confirmed long-run cointegration between trade openness, environmental regulation, and human capital level. Environmental regulation and trade openness have a significant positive impact on the human capital level, and environm...

Smoking, alcohol use disorder and tuberculosis treatment outcomes: A dual co-morbidity burden that cannot be ignored.

More than 20% of tuberculosis (TB) disease worldwide may be attributable to smoking and alcohol abuse. India is the second largest consumer of tobacco products, a major consumer of alcohol particularly among males, and has the highest burden of TB globally. The impact of increasing tobacco dose, relevance of alcohol misuse and past versus current or never smoking status on TB treatment outcomes remain inadequately defined.

Evolutionary constraint on low elevation range expansion: Defense-abiotic stress-tolerance trade-off in crosses of the ecological model .

Most transplant experiments across species geographic range boundaries indicate that adaptation to stressful environments outside the range is often constrained. However, the mechanisms of these constraints remain poorly understood. We used extended generation crosses from diverged high and low elevation populations. In experiments across low elevation range boundaries, there was selection on the parental lines for abiotic stress-tolerance and resistance to herbivores. However, in support of a defense-toler...

Consumer Response to Mechanically Tenderized Beef (MTB) and MTB Labels: An Exploratory Focus Group Study.

In May 2016, labeling of certain nonintact mechanically tenderized beef (MTB) products was mandated in the United States. MTB products should be handled differently by the consumer because pathogens can be transferred from the exterior to the interior of the meat during the tenderization process. Without labeling, it is difficult to visually distinguish between some intact beef and MTB products, which is a concern because MTB products require higher internal cooking temperatures for safety. An exploratory s...

International accreditation, linguistic proximity and trade in medical services.

The recent growth in the globalization of medical services has attracted broad attention from scholars and policymakers. The intimacy and risk associated with many medical services makes these markets especially sensitive to trade barriers, transaction costs and asymmetric information. This paper uses a gravity model to investigate the factors associated with the global pattern of bilateral trade in medical services. Using data from the United Nations International Trade in Services Database, we differentia...


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