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Spatial, seasonal and particle size dependent variations of PAH contamination in indoor dust and the corresponding human health risk.

To investigate the particle size distribution, spatial variation, and corresponding health risks of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in indoor environments, composite settled dust samples were collected from four types of microenvironments (offices, hotels, dormitories and kindergartens) in Beijing, and each pooled dust sample was homogenized and fractionated into 9 fractions (F1 (900-2000 μm), F2 (500-900 μm), F3 (400-500 μm), F4 (300-400 μm), F5 (200-300 μm), F6 (100-200 μm), F7 (...


Urban crime prediction based on spatio-temporal Bayesian model.

Spatio-temporal Bayesian modeling, a method based on regional statistics, is widely used in epidemiological studies. Using Bayesian theory, this study builds a spatio-temporal Bayesian model specific to urban crime to analyze its spatio-temporal patterns and determine any developing trends. The associated covariates and their changes are also analyzed. The model is then used to analyze data regarding burglaries that occurred in Wuhan City in China from January to August 2013. Of the diverse socio-economic v...

Predictors of gambling and problem gambling in Victoria, Australia.

In 2016, the gambling habits of a sample of 3361 adults in the state of Victoria, Australia, were surveyed. It was found that a number of factors that were highly correlated with self-reported gambling frequency and gambling problems were not significant predictors of gambling frequency and problem gambling. The major predictors of gambling frequency were the degree to which family members and peers were perceived to gamble, self-reported approval of gambling, the frequency of discussing gambling offline, a...


Full-scale practice of domestic wastewater source separation and collection in a semicentralized treatment system: a case study.

Semicentralized supply and treatment systems (SCSTSs), which can realize water, nutrition, and energy recycling via separate water supply and discharge systems, have been developed for fast-growing urban areas. The world's first full-scale SCSTS was implemented in Qingdao in China. Greywater (GW) and blackwater (BW) are collected and treated separately, but the parallel setting of the BW and GW pipelines means that connection mistakes can easily occur. Taking Qingdao as an example, this article analyzes the...

Who, why, where: an overview of determinants of sunbed use in Europe.

Although exposure to indoor tanning has been established as a clear risk factor for skin cancer, sunbeds are still commonly used in Europe. Understanding the determinants of sunbed use in Europe is key to plan educational interventions, behavioural strategies and legislative measures, which should be tailored to subgroups with different risk profiles. Evidences show that the typical sunbed users in Europe are young-adult women, with intermediate skin type, a current employment and a medium/high socio-econom...

A qualitative study of methamphetamine initiation among Chinese male users: Patterns and policy implications.

China is a major producer and distributor of methamphetamine (meth) worldwide. Within the last two decades, China has seen rapid growth in meth use, especially among young men. However, patterns of Chinese male users' initiation of meth is rarely explored. To address this void in the literature, this study adopts China's mian'zi culture to explore Chinese male meth users' initiation patterns qualitatively. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 35 male meth users from seven Chinese compulsory drug t...


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