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Resilience to post-traumatic stress among World Trade Center survivors: A mixed-methods study.

The purpose of this study was to identify individual characteristics, behaviors, and psychosocial factors associated with symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among World Trade Center (WTC) disaster evacuation survivors. The study utilized a mixed-method design. In-depth interviews were conducted using a prepared script. PTSD was assessed using the PTSD checklist-civilian (PCL-C; a score ≥ 50 indicates probable PTSD). Thematic analysis was conducted to identify factors associated with PTSD. A...


Physician interpretation of genomic test results and treatment selection.

Genomic testing is increasingly performed in oncology, but concerns remain regarding the clinician's ability to interpret results. In the current study, the authors sought to determine the agreement between physicians and genomic annotators from the Precision Oncology Decision Support (PODS) team at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston regarding actionability and the clinical use of test results.

Weight management and physical activity throughout the cancer care continuum.

Mounting evidence suggests that weight management and physical activity (PA) improve overall health and well being, and reduce the risk of morbidity and mortality among cancer survivors. Although many opportunities exist to include weight management and PA in routine cancer care, several barriers remain. This review summarizes key topics addressed in a recent National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine workshop entitled, "Incorporating Weight Management and Physical Activity Throughout the Canc...


Effect of Sorbitol Plasticizer on the Structure and Properties of Melt Processed Polyvinyl Alcohol Films.

Poly (vinyl alcohol) (PVA) possesses wide applications as food packaging materials, but is difficult to melt process for its strong inter/intra hydrogen bonding. In this work, flexible PVA films with different content of sorbitol plasticizers were prepared by melt processing with the assistance of water. And the influence of sorbitol plasticizer content on the crystallinity, optical transparency, water-retaining capability, mechanical properties, thermal stability and oxygen and water permeability were inve...

Reverse Effect of Opuntia ficus-indica L. Juice and Seeds Aqueous Extract on Gastric Emptying and Small-Bowel Motility in Rat.

This study was conducted to compare the effects of juice and seeds on gastric emptying, small-bowel motility and intestinal ion transport. Separate groups of rats were randomized to receive NaCl, increasing doses of juice (5, 10, and 20 mL/kg, b.w.) or seeds aqueous extract (100, 200, and 400 mg/kg, b.w.). Simultaneously, two other groups were received, the reference drugs; clonidine (1 mg/kg) and yohimbine (2 mg/kg). The charcoal meal was used as a suspension for gastrointestinal motility test. The purgati...

Development of Mayonnaise with Substitution of Oil or Egg Yolk by the Addition of Chia (Salvia Hispânica L.) Mucilage.

Chia mucilage is formed by the hydration of chia seeds and presents characteristics that potentiate its application as substitute of fat in several foods. In this study, mayonnaises were prepared with different levels of freeze-dried chia mucilage instead of oil or egg yolk. The substitution of oil in mayonnaise promoted increased stability and texture parameters, and the mayonnaise substituted by egg yolk presented similar stability and texture parameters as the control mayonnaise. The substitution of oil ...

Glomeromycotina: what is a species and why should we care?

A workshop at the recent International Conference on Mycorrhiza was focused on species recognition in Glomeromycotina and parts of their basic biology that define species. The workshop was motivated by the paradigm-shifting evidence derived from genomic data for sex and for the lack of heterokaryosis, and by published exchanges in Science that were based on different species concepts and have led to differing views of dispersal and endemism in these fungi. Although a lively discussion ensued, there was gene...

Nursing center-Health Intervention Program in Philadelphia: Program evaluation and outcomes.

The La Salle Neighborhood Nursing Center provided the Health Intervention Program (HIP) for vulnerable children with special needs, and families in Philadelphia challenged by chronic physical, developmental, behavioral, and emotional conditions and low incomes.

The rebirthing of the Kevin O' Day animal slides collection.

The Kevin O Day Animal Slides Collection consists of over a thousand slides of exotic and rare animal eye samples collected with the aid of Dr O'Day's contacts at University of Melbourne and the Healesville Wildlife Sanctuary including Professor Wood Jones (Melbourne University), Sir James Barrett (first president of Ophthalmological Society of Australia), and Sir Colin McKenzie.

Applying behavior-analytic methodology to the science and practice of environmental enrichment in zoos and aquariums.

Environmental enrichment in zoos and aquariums is often evaluated at two overlapping levels: published research and day-to-day institutional record keeping. Several authors have discussed ongoing challenges with small sample sizes in between-groups zoological research and have cautioned against the inappropriate use of inferential statistics (Shepherdson, , International Zoo Yearbook, 38, 118-124; Shepherdson, Lewis, Carlstead, Bauman, & Perrin, Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 147, 298-277; Swaisgood, , A...

Canagliflozin stability study and eco-friendly chromatographic determination of its degradation product: A comparative study.

Canagliflozin is a newly approved drug for type II diabetes mellitus. A full stability study of Canagliflozin was performed following international conference on harmonization strategies. The drug was stable against all conditions except oxidation where only one degradation product was separated and structurally elucidated using mass spectrometry and IR spectroscopy. A green high-performance thin-layer chromatographic densitometric determination was developed and validated for the accurate quantification of...

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Development of a pre-column derivatization HPLC method with diode-array detection for the determination of amino sugars in peat and soil humic acids.

The work is focused on the development of a high-performance liquid chromatography method with diode-array detection for the separation and quantitation of the three most abundant amino sugars; d-glucosamine, d-galactosamine, and d-mannosamine. The high-performance liquid chromatography separation was carried out by reversed-phase chromatography on Chromolith Performance RP-18e monolithic column after acid hydrolysis (5 M HCl) and pre-column derivatization of samples using diethyl ethoxymethylenemalonate. ...

Characterization of Natural Organic Substances Potentially Hindering RT-PCR-Based Virus Detection in Large Volumes of Environmental Water.

Quantitative detection of pathogenic viruses in the environmental water is essential for the assessment of water safety. It is known that some of natural organic substances interfere with virus detection processes, i.e., nucleic acid extraction and reverse transcription-PCR. Such substances are carried over into a sample after virus concentration. In this study, inhibitory substances in coastal water samples were characterized in view of their effects on efficiency of virus detection and property as organic...

Comment on "Molecular Mechanism of Dioxin Formation from Chlorophenol based on Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy".

Self-Assembly of Tetrameric and Hexameric Terpyridine-Based Macrocycles Using Cd(II), Zn(II), and Fe(II).

The self-assembly behavior of a tritopic 2,2':6',2″-terpyridine (tpy) ligand with Cd(II), Zn(II), and Fe(II) has been exploited herein to generate a series of tetrameric and hexameric macrocycles. The main advantage of using such transition metals with an octahedral coordination geometry is their distinct coordination abilities (e.g., binding strength and reversibility). With the same ligand, this study reveals that the supramolecular structural variation between tetrameric and hexameric macrocycle archit...

COPTEM: A Model to Investigate the Factors Driving Crude Oil Pipeline Transportation Emissions.

Previous transportation fuel life cycle assessment studies have not fully accounted for the full variability in the crude oil transport stage - e.g. transporting a light crude through a high-diameter pipeline, vs. transporting a heavy crude through a small-diameter pipeline. We develop a first principles, fluid mechanics-based crude oil pipeline transportation emissions model (COPTEM) that calculates the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions associated with pipeline transport as a function of crude oil parameters,...

Mapping nanoscale hotspots with single-molecule emitters assembled into plasmonic nanocavities using DNA origami.

Fabricating nanocavities in which optically-active single quantum emitters are precisely positioned, is crucial for building nanophotonic devices. Here we show that self-assembly based on robust DNA-origami constructs can precisely position single molecules laterally within sub-5nm gaps between plasmonic substrates that support intense optical confinement. By placing single-molecules at the center of a nanocavity, we show modulation of the plasmon cavity resonance before and after bleaching the chromophore,...

Theory of polyelectrolyte complexation-Complex coacervates are self-coacervates.

The complexation of mixtures of cationic and anionic polymers to produce complex-coacervate phases is a subject of fundamental importance to colloid and polymer science as well as to applications including drug delivery, sensing technologies, and bio-inspired adhesives. Unfortunately the theoretical underpinnings of complex coacervation are widely misunderstood and conceptual mistakes have propagated in the literature. Here, a simple symmetric polyelectrolyte mixture model in the absence of salt is used to ...

Modeling super-resolution SERS using a T-matrix method to elucidate molecule-nanoparticle coupling and the origins of localization errors.

A computational method to model diffraction-limited images from super-resolution surface-enhanced Raman scattering microscopy is introduced. Despite significant experimental progress in plasmon-based super-resolution imaging, theoretical predictions of the diffraction limited images remain a challenge. The method is used to calculate localization errors and image intensities for a single spherical gold nanoparticle-molecule system. The light scattering is calculated using a modification of generalized Mie (...

Nutrient-Sensing Biology in Mammals and Birds.

Nutrient sensing mechanisms have emerged as the fringe articulating nutritional needs with dietary choices. Carbohydrate, amino acid, fatty acid, mineral, and water sensing receptors are highly conserved across mammals and birds, consisting of a repertoire of 22 genes known to date. In contrast, bitter receptors are highly divergent and have a high incidence of polymorphisms within and between mammals and birds and are involved in the adaptation of species to specific environments. In addition, the expressi...

Screening for Lung Cancer: Communicating With Patients.

The purposes of this article are to detail the experience of a single-center academic institution in applying the patient-centered approach to a lung cancer screening program and to examine how this approach can expand to other aspects of follow-up imaging of lung nodules.

Biomarkers and Imaging of Breast Cancer.

The goals of this review are to provide background information on the definitions and applications of the general term "biomarker" and to highlight the specific roles of breast imaging biomarkers in research and clinical breast cancer care. A search was conducted of the main electronic biomedical databases (PubMed, Cochrane, Embase, MEDLINE [Ovid], Scopus, and Web of Science). The search was focused on review literature in general radiology and biomedical sciences and on reviews and primary research article...

Cold Plasma Inactivation of Salmonella in Prepackaged, Mixed Salads Is Influenced by Cross-Contamination Sequence.

Customer demand for convenient food products has led to an increased production of prepackaged and ready-to-eat food products. Most of these products rely mainly on surface disinfection and other traditional approaches to ensure shelf life and safety. Novel processing techniques, such as cold plasma, are currently being investigated to enhance the safety and shelf life of prepacked foods. The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of cold plasma corona discharge on the inactivation of Salmonella...

Building Capacity for Evidence-Based Public Health: Reconciling the Pulls of Practice and the Push of Research.

Timely implementation of principles of evidence-based public health (EBPH) is critical for bridging the gap between discovery of new knowledge and its application. Public health organizations need sufficient capacity (the availability of resources, structures, and workforce to plan, deliver, and evaluate the preventive dose of an evidence-based intervention) to move science to practice. We review principles of EBPH, the importance of capacity building to advance evidence-based approaches, promising approach...


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