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15 Sep 2010 by Golden, A. G., Ma, Q., Nair, V., Florez, H. J., Roos, B. A.
Hermes J Florez MD MPH PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Geriatrics Institute, Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami; Associate Director, Geriatric Research, Education, and Clinical Center and Research Service, Bruce W. Carter ...
to be “rarely appropriate” for use in the elderly.21 In their article on quality indicators for medication use, Shrank et al. also recommend the avoidance of immediate-release oxybutynin and skeletal muscle relaxants.22 Their conclusion was ...
2 Dec 2013 by Tom Yulsman
I'm betting that Cook et al knew their widget would trigger a hostile reaction from climate skeptics; I doubt the Skeptical Science folks care about that, since climate skeptics are not their intended audience. However, I'm also ...
3 May 2007
Engel v. Vitale 370 U.S. 421 (1962), argued 3 Apr. 1962, decided 25 June 1962 by vote of 7 to 1; black for the Court, Douglas concurring, Stewart in dissent, ... Full case name, Steven I. Engel, et al. v. William J. Vitale, Jr., et al.' Citations, 370 ...
17 Sep 2013 by David Williamson
We projected future diabetes incidence rates in the absence of any intervention using logistic growth curves and Bayesian estimation as described by Boyle et al. ... Second, the relative risks of death for the two diabetes states versus the no
diabetes state are constant over time; this assumption is more likely to lead to a conservative estimate of the number of future cases, because lower death ..... Crandall JP, Knowler WC, Kahn SE, Marrero D, Florez JC, Bray GA, et al.
12 Sep 2013 by Jonny Abrams
Brazil, Spain, Germany, Argentina et al, you're in big trouble! ... Tweets of the Week: Moyes misery, Suárez v Norwich, weird questions and more! ... Footballers as Life Coaches: Luiz, Morrison, Flores, Reid and more!
6 Sep 2012 by peerwork
First, there are other risk factors that are much stronger predictors, in particular youth, maleness, and active substance misuse (Corrigan and Watson 2005; Rueve and Welton 2008; Steadman et al. 1998 ... violence,” violence by persons with
mental disorders is most often directed at intimates, particularly family members, rather than at strangers – the same pattern seen in the general public (Arboleda-Florez 1998; Estroff et al. ... Choe, J., Teplin, L. and Abram, K. 2008.
10 Oct 2013 by Na Jin Seo
Collins et al.  found that healthy individuals' tactile sensation can be improved with certain levels of subthreshold vibrotactile noise (below the level at which a person can perceive the vibration), while it can be degraded if noise is too high (i.e.
, suprathreshold) “masking” the original signal. .... As described earlier, monofilament scores without vibrotactile noise did not change pre vs. post test (p = .33), indicating no learning effect and no after-effect of noise.
5 Jul 2013
Further analysis was performed to determine the total levels of by reduced , in a Vanadium III reduction assay, following a protocol previously described by Miranda et al. . Vanadium III (Sigma, 400 mg in 50 mL of 0.1 N HCl) was added to ....
No statistical association of serum nitrite (23.77 ± 15.59 versus 23.49 ± 17.39 and 23.13 ± 17.78 versus 27.40 ± 17.08, in TB patients and control group, resp.) or levels (32.40 ± 16.6 versus 34.22 ± 19.59 and 34.34 ± 20.99 ...
14 Jul 2013 by Carsten Köhler
Christian J Lechner†, Karl Komander†, Jana Hegewald, Xiangsheng Huang, Richard G Gantin, Peter T Soboslay, Abram Agossou, Meba Banla and Carsten Köhler*. * Corresponding ... 2013 Lechner et al.; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. This is
an ...... Semnani RT, Mahapatra L, Moore V, Sanprasert V, Nutman TB: Functional and phenotypic characteristics of alternative activation induced in human monocytes by interleukin-4 or the parasitic nematode Brugia malayi.
23 Apr 2013 by Ciska Hoving
Studies within the United States reported that more social media users were African Americans than nonHispanic Whites [35,40]. Chou et al  concluded that the population is accessing social media regardless of education ...