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Dying to win? Olympic Gold medals and longevity.

This paper compares mortality between Gold and Silver medalists in Olympic Track and Field to study how achievement influences health. Contrary to conventional wisdom, winners die over one year earlier than losers. I find strong evidence of differences in earnings and occupational choices as a mechanism. Losers pursued higher-paying occupations than winners according to individual Census records. I find no evidence consistent with selection or risk-taking. How people respond to success or failure in pivotal...

Congress2017 poster winners.

The following articles represent the first-place and runner-up winners from the NMCongress2017 poster contest. Both posters were presented and recognized at last year's conference. Congratulations to our winners!

Winners and Losers: Communicating the Potential Impacts of Policies: Commentary on Zeller.

Most Innovative Paper Award.

Dear Readers,It is our - and the publisher's - conviction that a scientific journal's mission is not only to provide its readers with the most relevant and interesting papers available, but also to further scientific research and to reward and honour those whose contributions to the advancement of science are truly remarkable. We are thus especially delighted to announce that from this year onward, we - the Editors-in-Chief together with the publisher Georg Thieme Verlag- will again officially award the mos...

2019 Scientific Session of the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES), Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 3-6 April 2019: 2019 Posters.

ANPD 2018 Poster Winners.

AGSMO Jahreskongress 2019 Supportive Therapie bei Krebs, Berlin, 15.-16. März 2019.

2019 AHS Annual Meeting : March 11-14, 2019, Las Vegas, NV.

Widespread winners and narrow-ranged losers: Land use homogenizes biodiversity in local assemblages worldwide.

Human use of the land (for agriculture and settlements) has a substantial negative effect on biodiversity globally. However, not all species are adversely affected by land use, and indeed, some benefit from the creation of novel habitat. Geographically rare species may be more negatively affected by land use than widespread species, but data limitations have so far prevented global multi-clade assessments of land-use effects on narrow-ranged and widespread species. We analyse a large, global database to sho...

Top 5 Junior Member Abstract Program Winners Announced at CAP18.

Award Winners for 2018 AJPH Paper and Reviewer of the Year.

Competitor analysis of functional group H-bond donor and acceptor properties using the Cambridge Structural Database.

Intermolecular interactions found in the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) are analysed as the outcomes of competitions between the different functional groups that are present in each structure: the most energetically favourable interactions are expected to win more often than weaker interactions. Tracking winners and losers through each crystal structure in the CSD provides data that can be analysed using paired comparison algorithms to rank functional group H-bonding properties based on how frequently ...

The 2019 International Workshop on Statistical Genetic Methods for Human Complex Traits March 4th-March 8th, 2019.

2019 Scientific Session of the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES), Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 3-6 April 2019: Resident Fellow Session Abstracts.

Illuminating the physiological implications of artificial light on an insectivorous bat community.

Global light pollution threatens to disturb numerous wildlife species, but impacts of artificial light will likely vary among species within a community. Thus, artificial lights may change the environment in such a way as to create winners and losers as some species benefit while others do not. Insectivorous bats are nocturnal and a good model to test for differential effects of light pollution on a single community. We used a physiological technique to address this community-level question by measuring pla...

Abstract winners, ASNC 2018.

Why the ACA is 'not dead yet' and lives on in 2019.

The ACA-and more specifically, the individual ACA exchange market-is doing quite well these days, thank you very much. ACA premium prices have stabilized and even gone down for many plans. In October, CMS announced that the average premium for the second-lowest-cost silver plans for 2019 had decreased by 1.5%.

Award winners 2018.

CRISPR-Cas Systems Reduced to a Minimum.

In two recent studies in Molecular Cell, Wright et al. (2019) report complete spacer integration by a Cas1 mini-integrase and Edraki et al. (2019) describe accurate genome editing by a small Cas9 ortholog with less stringent PAM requirements.

Nursing Professional Development and Continuing Education in 2019: Organization, Assessment, and Evaluation.

The Administrative Angles column focuses on the practical aspects of continuing education and professional development administration. At the start of 2019, this column reflects on the organization, assessment, and evaluation needed to ensure successful professional development and continuing education programs. [J Contin Educ Nurs. 2019;50(1):6-8.].

Men's Participation and Performance in the Boston Marathon from 1897 to 2017.

This study examined men's participation and performance in the Boston Marathon. Data from all 368,940 official male finishers in the Boston Marathon from 1897 through 2017 were analyzed using different analyses and regression models for all runners, annual top hundred finishers, annual top ten finishers and annual winners. Effect of calendar year on race time was examined alone, in a uni-variable model, and together with country of origin and weather conditions (average air temperature and precipitation) in...

Open Medicinal Chemistry.

Hello 2019! ChemMedChem Editor David Peralta looks back at the journal's activities in 2018, as well as upcoming Special Collections, features, and developments for ChemPubSoc Europe in 2019. He also introduces the journal's new Editorial Board co-chair, Prof. Sangyong Jon from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).

Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices Recommended Immunization Schedule for Adults Aged 19 Years or Older - United States, 2019.

In October 2018, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP)* voted to recommend approval of the Recommended Immunization Schedule for Adults, Aged 19 Years or Older, United States, 2019. The 2019 adult immunization schedule, available at, summarizes ACIP recommendations in two tables and accompanying notes. The 2019 adult immunization schedule has been approved by the CDC Director, the American College of Physicians, the American Academy of Family Physicia...

It Takes a Matured mAb to Treat Ebolavirus Infection.

Pan-Ebolavirus immunotherapy would provide a rapid-response treatment during Ebola virus outbreaks. In this issue of Cell Host & Microbe, Wec et al. (2019) and Bornholdt et al. (2019) optimize the MBP134 mAb cocktail through antibody affinity maturation, improving its protective efficacy against three Ebolaviruses: EBOV, SUDV, and BDBV.

Winners and losers: How the elevational range of breeding birds on Alps has varied over the past four decades due to climate and habitat changes.

Climate warming and habitat transformation are widely recognized as worrying threatening factors. Understanding the individual contribution of these two factors to the change of species distribution could be very important in order to effectively counteract the species range contraction, especially in mountains, where alpine species are strongly limited in finding new areas to be colonized at higher elevations. We proposed a method to disentangle the effects of the two drivers of range change for breeding b...

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