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More than gangsters and girl scouts: Environmental health perspectives of urban youth.

The purpose of this study was to explore environmental health perspectives among urban youth. A total of 12 focus groups with 64 youth were conducted. Youth defined environmental health in a multidimensional manner which integrated aspects of the physical, social, and built environment and concentrated on the neighborhood context. A theme of environmental health resilience factors and sub-themes of safety, trust, engagement, leadership, and representation were identified and described. A second theme of und...

Mechanistic ecotoxicology and environmental toxicology.

Implications of the GC-HARMS Fishermen's Citizen Science Network: Issues Raised, Lessons Learned, and Next Steps for the Network and Citizen Science.

This paper is intended to complement our extended documentation and analysis of the activities of the Gulf Coast Health Alliance: Health Risks related to the Macondo Spill project Community Outreach and Dissemination Core entitled, "Building and maintaining a citizen science network with fishermen and fishing communities after the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster using a Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) approach." We discuss nuances of CBPR practice, including trust-building, clarification of sta...

Environmental health in Australia: overlooked and underrated.

Improvements in environmental health have had the most significant impact on health status. In Australia, life expectancy has significantly increased through provision of vaccination, safe food and drinking water, appropriate sewage disposal and other environmental health measures. Yet the profession that is instrumental in delivering environmental health services at the local community level is overlooked. Rarely featuring in mainstream media, the successes of Environmental Health Officers (EHOs) are invis...

The Pioneer Schools of Occupation: Reflections for Current Practice.

The Pioneer Schools of Occupation: Can They Teach Us Anything Today? This study reviews the development of the pioneer schools of occupation and their curriculum or program design between 1906 and 1923. The purposes are to document the existence of the schools, to explore the issues in establishing the schools, and to compare and contrast concepts stated in early curriculum models with those in current models of practice. The dates were selected to examine ideas before the passage of the Minimum Standards f...

Adalimumab Alleviates Skin Pain in Patients with Moderate to Severe Hidradenitis Suppurativa: Secondary Efficacy Results from the PIONEER I and PIONEER II Randomized Controlled Trials.

2018 HONOR ROLL AWARD: Presented to FRANCIS M. COSTELLO at the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Health Physics Society Cleveland, Ohio 15-19 July 2018.

2018 HONOR ROLL AWARD: Presented to RANDALL E. SCOTT at the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Health Physics Society Cleveland, Ohio 15-19 July 2018.

Collaborative Remembering in Conversational Narration.

This chapter introduces an epistemic perspective on narration and illustrates, based on data from storytelling in free natural conversation, how collaborative remembering can instantiate distributed cognition: first, when tellers deploy expressions of forgetfulness or explicitly enlist the aid of other participants; second, during various forms of collaborative turn sequencing with rapid speaker shift and a high degree of overlap; third, when conversational participants cooperate to produce a mosaic-like na...

All Other Things Being Equal: Exploring Racial and Gender Disparities in Medical School Honor Society Induction.

A large body of literature has demonstrated racial and gender disparities in the physician workforce, but limited data are available regarding the potential origins of these disparities. To that end, the authors evaluated the effects of race and gender on Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society (AOA) and Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS) induction.

China's Fight for Clean Air and Human Health.

Curricular Transformation in Health Systems Science: The Need for Global Change.

In this Invited Commentary, the authors propose a counter-perspective to the article by Borkan and colleagues, who advocate for a circumscribed, piloted, choice-focused approach to introducing curricular redesign options in undergraduate medical education, particularly in the area of health systems science. In making this case, Borkan and colleagues cluster several kinds of innovative curricular changes that the authors of this commentary believe are best separated by the scope of change and associated educ...

Ethyl 2,4-dicarboethoxy pantothenate, a derivative of pantothenic acid, prevents cellular damage initiated by environmental pollutants through Nrf2 activation.

Recently, environmental pollutants have become a concern not only for respiratory organs but also for skin-related human health, because skin is localized at the border between the human body and the external environment and is easily influenced by environmental pollutants.

Polar bear health in environmental science and translational medicine.

Ecosustainibility and Mental Health: female aspects.

The relationship with the environment is one of determinants of the health status of the human population. Many aspects of today's society negatively affect the environment and, consequently, human health. In particular there seems to be a prevalence of diseases, linked to environmental pollution, which affects the female gender, almost to assume a role of gender pathogenicity. But the female gender is also the promoter of changes; in fact, women are more sensitive to environmental health and adopt more app...

Indoor (Photo)chemistry in China and Resulting Health Effects.

Response to letters from Torp-Pedersen and colleagues and de Courson and colleagues.

In Reply to Palamara and colleagues and to Bianchi and colleagues.

Population Health Science as the Basic Science of Public Health: A Public Health of Consequence, October 2018.

Robert J. Genco: Pioneer in Oral Science Advancement.

Professor Robert J. Genco made extraordinary research advances in immunology, periodontology, and microbiology research, pioneering major advances in oral science. In addition to his extraordinary research advancements in oral biology, his pioneering advances in oral science leadership at the local/university, national, and international levels are recognized worldwide, as are his educational advancements. In his era, he is truly the "father" of oral science.

Competence areas of health science teachers - A systematic review of quantitative studies.

In the face of rapid digitalisation and ever-higher educational requirements for healthcare professionals, it is important that health science teachers possess the relevant core competences. The education of health science teachers varies internationally and there is no consensus about the minimum qualifications and experience they require.

Advances of magnetic nanoparticles in environmental application: environmental remediation and (bio)sensors as case studies.

Nanotechnology is an emerging technique drawing increasing attentions in biomedical, electronic, environmental, and industrial application. Nanoparticles (NPs) possess unique optical, electrical, catalytic, and thermal properties, among which magnetic NPs (MNPs) are one of the most important groups with excellent superparamagnetism property, large surface area, and biocompatibility. In this review, methods for synthesizing and functionalizing MNPs are summarized and linked to their applications in environm...

The mechanistic basis for chromatin regulation by pioneer transcription factors.

Pioneer transcription factors play a primary role in establishing competence for gene expression and initiating cellular programming and reprogramming, and their dysregulation causes severe effects on human health, such as promoting tumorigenesis. Although more than 200 transcription factors are expressed in each cell type, only a small number of transcription factors are necessary to elicit dramatic cell-fate changes in embryonic development and cell-fate conversion. Among these key transcription factors, ...

Sand dune stabilization changes the vegetation characteristics and soil seed bank and their correlations with environmental factors.

Currently the amount of data available on the effect of sand dune stabilization on species conservation in inter-dune lowland is very limited, especially for the sand dune systems in semi-arid regions. In this study, we determined whether the characteristics of above-ground vegetation, soil seed bank and their relationships with environmental factors changed with sand dune stabilization in the inter-dune lowlands in Horqin Sandy Land, China. Species composition, abundance and coverage of aboveground vegetat...

Stress Impairs Episodic Retrieval by Disrupting Hippocampal and Cortical Mechanisms of Remembering.

Despite decades of science investigating the neural underpinnings of episodic memory retrieval, a critical question remains: how does stress influence remembering and the neural mechanisms of recollection in humans? Here, we used functional magnetic resonance imaging and multivariate pattern analyses to examine the effects of acute stress during retrieval. We report that stress reduced the probability of recollecting the details of past experience, and that this impairment was driven, in part, by a disrupti...

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