The type species of VESICULOVIRUS causing a disease symptomatically similar to FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE in cattle, horses, and pigs. It may be transmitted to other species including humans, where it causes influenza-like symptoms.
A genus of the family RHABDOVIRIDAE that infects a wide range of vertebrates and invertebrates. The type species is VESICULAR STOMATITIS INDIANA VIRUS.
A species of VESICULOVIRUS causing VESICULAR STOMATITIS primarily in cattle, horses, and pigs. It can be transmitted to humans where it causes influenza-like symptoms.
The geographic area of the Great Lakes in general and when the specific state or states are not indicated. It usually includes Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
Processes or methods of reimbursement for services rendered or equipment.
A genus in the family PICORNAVIRIDAE that can cause polioencephalomyelitis in pigs. The type species Porcine teschovirus is comprised of multiple strains.
Inland bodies of standing FRESHWATER usually smaller than LAKES. They can be man-made or natural but there is no universal agreement as to their exact size. Some consider a pond to be a small body of water that is shallow enough for sunlight to reach the bottom.
Amounts charged to the patient or third-party payer for medication. It includes the pharmacist's professional fee and cost of ingredients, containers, etc.
INFLAMMATION of the soft tissues of the MOUTH, such as MUCOSA; PALATE; GINGIVA; and LIP.
Virus diseases caused by RHABDOVIRIDAE. Important infections include RABIES; EPHEMERAL FEVER; and vesicular stomatitis.
Educational programs designed to inform physicians of recent advances in their field.
Works about pre-planned studies of the safety, efficacy, or optimum dosage schedule (if appropriate) of one or more diagnostic, therapeutic, or prophylactic drugs, devices, or techniques selected according to predetermined criteria of eligibility and observed for predefined evidence of favorable and unfavorable effects. This concept includes clinical trials conducted both in the U.S. and in other countries.
A publication issued at stated, more or less regular, intervals.
Directions or principles presenting current or future rules of policy for assisting health care practitioners in patient care decisions regarding diagnosis, therapy, or related clinical circumstances. The guidelines may be developed by government agencies at any level, institutions, professional societies, governing boards, or by the convening of expert panels. The guidelines form a basis for the evaluation of all aspects of health care and delivery.
The collection, writing, and editing of current interest material on topics related to biomedicine for presentation through the mass media, including newspapers, magazines, radio, or television, usually for a public audience such as health care consumers.
Publications printed and distributed daily, weekly, or at some other regular and usually short interval, containing news, articles of opinion (as editorials and letters), features, advertising, and announcements of current interest. (Webster's 3d ed)

Bioterrorism alleging use of anthrax and interim guidelines for management--United States, 1998. (1/397)

From October 30 through December 23, 1998, CDC received reports of a series of bioterroristic threats of anthrax exposure. Letters alleged to contain anthrax were sent to health clinics on October 30, 1998, in Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee. During December 17-23 in California, a letter alleged to contain anthrax was sent to a private business, and three telephone threats of anthrax contamination of ventilation systems were made to private and public buildings. All threats were hoaxes and are under investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and local law enforcement officials. The public health implications of these threats were investigated to assist in developing national public health guidelines for responding to bioterrorism. This report summarizes the findings of these investigations and provides interim guidance for public health authorities on bioterrorism related to anthrax.  (+info)

Correlates of physical activity in a sample of older adults with type 2 diabetes. (2/397)

OBJECTIVE: Physical activity is integral to the management of type 2 diabetes. Unfortunately, the majority of adults with type 2 diabetes do not regularly engage in physical activity. The purpose of this study was to assess physical activity behavior and its correlates (i.e., physical activity knowledge, barriers, and performance and outcome expectations) in older adults with type 2 diabetes. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS: A subgroup of 260 adults with type 2 diabetes was identified from a larger stratified random sample of adults aged > or = 55 years. Participants completed an interviewer-administered survey designed from focus group findings and social learning theory. RESULTS: The majority of the respondents (54.6%) reported 0 min of weekly physical activity. This was especially true of older female respondents. Performance expectation scores were lower among respondents who were in the oldest age-group, namely, white women. Physical activity knowledge varied by age-group, and barriers to physical activity were prevalent in all groups. The following are significant correlates of reported weekly physical activity: younger age, more education, fewer motivational barriers, and greater perceived health and performance expectations. CONCLUSIONS: Given the importance of physical activity to diabetes management, the low prevalence of physical activity found in this and other studies should raise concerns among clinicians. Future research to identify predictors of physical activity is needed to guide clinicians in the promotion of physical activity.  (+info)

Reduced utilization and cost of primary care clinic visits resulting from self-care education for patients with osteoarthritis of the knee. (3/397)

OBJECTIVE: To determine the extent to which the cost of an effective self-care intervention for primary care patients with knee osteoarthritis (OA) was offset by savings resulting from reduced utilization of ambulatory medical services. METHODS: In an attention-controlled clinical trial, 211 patients with knee OA from the general medicine clinic of a municipal hospital were assigned arbitrarily to conditions of self-care education (group E) or attention control (group AC). Group E (n = 105) received individualized instruction and followup emphasizing nonpharmacologic management of joint pain. Group AC (n = 106) received a standard public education presentation and attention-controlling followup. A comprehensive clinical database provided data concerning utilization and cost of health services during the following year. RESULTS: Only 25 subjects (12%) were lost to followup. The 94 subjects remaining in group E made 528 primary care visits during the year following intervention, compared with 616 visits by the 92 patients remaining in group AC (median visits 5 versus 6, respectively; P < 0.05). Fewer visits translated directly into reduced clinic costs in group E, relative to controls (median costs [1996 dollars] $229 versus $305, respectively; P < 0.05). However, self-care education had no significant effects on utilization and costs of outpatient pharmacy, laboratory, or radiology services over the ensuing year. The cost per patient to deliver the self-care intervention was estimated to be $58.70. CONCLUSION: Eighty percent of the cost of delivering effective self-care education to the knee OA patients in this study was offset within 1 year by the reduced frequency and costs of primary care visits. For >50% of patients receiving the intervention, the savings associated with fewer primary care visits exceeded the cost of self-care education.  (+info)

The impact of after-school peer contact on early adolescent externalizing problems is moderated by parental monitoring, perceived neighborhood safety, and prior adjustment. (4/397)

Unsupervised peer contact in the after-school hours was examined as a risk factor in the development of externalizing problems in a longitudinal sample of early adolescents. Parental monitoring, neighborhood safety, and adolescents' preexisting behavioral problems were considered as possible moderators of the risk relation. Interviews with mothers provided information on monitoring, neighborhood safety, and demographics. Early adolescent (ages 12-13 years) after-school time use was assessed via a telephone interview in grade 6 (N = 438); amount of time spent with peers when no adult was present was tabulated. Teacher ratings of externalizing behavior problems were collected in grades 6 and 7. Unsupervised peer contact, lack of neighborhood safety, and low monitoring incrementally predicted grade 7 externalizing problems, after controlling for family background factors and grade 6 problems. The greatest risk was for those unsupervised adolescents living in low-monitoring homes and comparatively unsafe neighborhoods. The significant relation between unsupervised peer contact and problem behavior in grade 7 held only for those adolescents who already were high in problem behavior in grade 6. These findings point to the need to consider individual, family, and neighborhood factors in evaluating risks associated with young adolescents' after-school care experiences.  (+info)

Is a third-trimester antibody screen in Rh+ women necessary? (5/397)

OBJECTIVE: To determine the need for routine third-trimester antibody screening in Rh+ women. STUDY DESIGN: An analytic case-control study. METHODS: We identified Rh+ pregnant women who had received prenatal care and retrospectively analyzed their laboratory data. Patients were grouped into those with a positive third-trimester antibody screen (cases) and those with a negative third-trimester screen (controls). Because entry into a group was decided by the investigators, it could not be randomized. We reviewed the maternal medical records for antibody identification and final pregnancy outcome. We also reviewed the neonatal medical records for evidence of direct Coombs-positive cord blood, anemia, need for transfusion or phototherapy, other medical complications, and death. RESULTS: Using a computerized laboratory database from 2 teaching hospitals, we identified 10,581 obstetric patients who underwent routine first- and third-trimester antibody screening between 1988 and 1997. Of these, 1233 patients were Rh- and 9348 were Rh+. Among the Rh+ patients, 178 (1.9%) had 1 or more atypical antibodies at the first-trimester screen, and 53 (0.6%) had a positive third-trimester antibody screen despite a negative first-trimester screen. Although 6 of these 53 patients (0.06% of the study population) had clinically relevant antibodies for hemolytic disease of the new-born, no significant neonatal sequelae occurred among these 6 patients. CONCLUSION: Based on the patient and hospital records studied, a repeat third-trimester antibody screen for Rh+ patients is clinically and economically unjustified. Eliminating this laboratory test from clinical practice will not adversely affect pregnancy outcomes and will decrease the costs of prenatal care.  (+info)

Increasing paintball related eye trauma reported to a state eye injury registry. (6/397)

OBJECTIVES: To evaluate an apparent increase in documented trauma from paintball related eye injuries reported to the Eye Injury Registry of Indiana. METHODS: A retrospective review of cases reported to the database is reported, with representative case histories. RESULTS: No injuries from paintball were reported during the period June 1992 to June 1996. Over the next two years 11 injuries were reported, representing 4% of all ocular trauma reports over this period. Visual outcome is poor in many of these eyes and more than one half present with posterior segment ocular injury. CONCLUSIONS: Severe ocular trauma results from impacts from paintball pellets, and the occurrence of injuries appears to be increasing due to growth in popularity of this war game. Diligent use of eye protection by all participants is necessary to prevent a continuing rise in ocular trauma prevalence from this activity.  (+info)

Olestra consumption is not associated with macular pigment optical density in a cross-sectional volunteer sample in Indianapolis. (7/397)

The associations between the intake of the fat-substitute olestra and the concentrations of macular carotenoid pigments and serum lutein and zeaxanthin were investigated in a volunteer cross-sectional sample in Indianapolis. The study was conducted in January through March, 1998 after olestra-containing savory snacks had been sold in central Indiana for a year. Volunteers (n = 280) aged 18-50 y were recruited to make a single clinic visit during which macular pigment optical density (MPOD) was determined by psychophysical flicker photometry, serum was obtained for determination of lutein and zeaxanthin concentration, usual intake of olestra, carotenoids and nutrients were assessed by 1-y food frequency questionnaire, and health habits including smoking, physical characteristics such as eye color, demographics and medical history were determined by questionnaire. Intake of olestra at least one time per month for the past year was reported by 81:280 subjects and their mean, median and 90(th) percentile intakes were 1.09, 0.34 and 2.43 g olestra/d, respectively. Mean macular pigment optical density was not significantly different between olestra consumers and nonconsumers (0.213 +/- 0.014 vs. 0.211 +/- 0.010) nor was serum lutein and zeaxanthin concentration (0.361 +/- 0.017 vs. 0.375 +/- 0. 013 micromol/L) or intake (1242 +/- 103 mg/d vs. 1042 +/- 58 mg/d) in one-way or two-way ANOVA. Olestra intake was not associated with MPOD or serum lutein and zeaxanthin before or after correction for significant covariates of MPOD. Thus, olestra intake over the past year in a cross-sectional volunteer sample in Indianapolis was not associated with MPOD.  (+info)

A community outbreak of hepatitis A in a religious community in Indiana: failure of immune serum globulin to prevent the spread of infection. (8/397)

An outbreak of hepatitis A occurred in a religious community in Indiana, USA. Sixty-nine cases were ascertained among the 4466 residents over a year, and the highest attack rate was in children. The management of the outbreak included the widespread use of prophylactic immune serum globulin (ISG). Despite this, further cases occurred. To guide further ISG administration, a survey was undertaken to ascertain what proportion remained susceptible to HAV infection. From a random sample of 600 people in the affected community 440 saliva specimens (73%) were obtained. Of these, 12.5% were found to be immune (95% confidence intervals from 9-16%). No changes were made to the ISG administration policy. There was no evidence to suggest that administration of ISG had any effect on the duration of the outbreak. There was a low rate of symptomatic infection among young children (less than 10 years); as ISG does not prevent the spread of the virus its use is not recommended in future outbreak situations.  (+info)

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The Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Fellowship at Indiana University School of Medicine prepares trainees for clinical practice, academic research and teaching. Fellows gain experience in all aspects of this subspecialty through direct patient contact and extensive interaction with faculty. Clinical areas of training include leukemias, solid tumors, brain tumors, hematopoietic/stem cell transplantation, general pediatric hematology, sickle cell disease, bone marrow failure syndromes, hemophilia and other coagulation disorders.. Riley Hospital for Children is the only comprehensive, freestanding childrens hospital in the state of Indiana. The hospital services the entire state of Indiana as well as bordering regions of Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, and Kentucky. Fellows train at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health in Indianapolis, which offers the only pediatric stem cell transplant program in the state of Indiana. The program transplants approximately 40 patients per year, and ...
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Indiana University School of Medicine, Continuing Medical Education , 2022 Integrated Pain Management ECHO at the IUPUI ECHO Center, 9/17/2021 8:00:00 AM - 9/17/2021 9:15:00 AM, It is estimated that 11% of adults experience daily pain (CDC). For millions of Americans, opioids remain the cornerstone of treatment for their chronic pain, despite the lack of evidence around efficacy and the alarming rates of opioid addiction, overdose, and death. Although primary care providers express concern about the risks of opioid prescribing, the report feeling unprepared to adequately manage chronic pain with or without opioids in their patient populations. The Integrated Pain Management ECHO at the IUPUI ECHO Center addresses this gap by providing access to up-to-date IPM education and evidence-based strategies to health professionals from interdisciplinary practices across the state of Indiana. The IPM ECHO will support further implementation of the state and national pain management best practice guidelines
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2000. Priya Nanjappa, USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Laura (Leininger) Blackburn, Ball State University, and Dr. Michael J. Lannoo, Ph.D., Indiana University School of Medicine. This data set portrays the distribution of 10 selected amphibians in New York State, based on historical literature and museum records from current ...
2000. Priya Nanjappa, USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Laura (Leininger) Blackburn, Ball State University, and Dr. Michael J. Lannoo, Ph.D., Indiana University School of Medicine. This data set portrays the distribution of 10 selected amphibians in New York State, based on historical literature and museum records from current ...
The deadline is this week for registering for Issues in Education, Indiana Universitys Aug. 4 media seminar at IUPUI. Faculty experts will draw from their research and service as they discuss important issues of the day. The casual setting of the seminar will allow for an easy exchange between reporters and faculty. This link,, provides registration information. This link,, provides directions and parking information. A rundown of the topics and presenters is below. Please let us know today or Thursday if you plan to attend but might not get your registration information to us by the Wednesday deadline. Please contact Tracy James, 812-855-0084 and [email protected], with this information or any questions. We hope to see you on Aug. 4. Topics & Bios. Childhood obesity and schools: Lloyd J. Kolbe, a professor in the Department of Applied Health Science at Indiana University Bloomington; Catherine ...
Douglas K. Rex, MD, FASGE, is Distinguished Professor of Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine, Chancellors Professor at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, and Director of Endoscopy at Indiana University Hospital in Indianapolis. He co-authored the colorectal cancer screening recommendations of the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) and the U.S. Multi-Society Task Force on Colorectal Cancer. He also authored the recommendations on quality in colonoscopy of the U.S. Multi-Society Task Force on Colorectal Cancer and the ACG/American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE). He has authored more than 200 original research papers, 55 book chapters, 200 invited papers, 40 editorials, and 40 guideline papers. He is the current chair of the U.S. Multi-Society Task Force on Colorectal Cancer. He served in the ACG as Chairman of the Board of Governors and is a Past President of the ACG. He is a member of the Governing Board of ASGE and a recipient of the Rudolph ...
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An early goal in the second half of overtime was everything conference-foe Indiana State University needed to edge past the Bulldogs.. Alison Gasparovich scored in the 108th minute, ending the match and dealing Drake its second consecutive conference loss. The Bulldogs relied on their defense to hang on against the Sycamores, but the offensive attacks by Indiana State were too much to handle for Drake.. It was another game where in regulation we put balls across the six on a platter, and we made a mess of them, Head Coach Lindsey Horner said. At some point we have to relieve our defense, and give ourselves a cushion.. The Bulldogs were outshot 14-8 by the Sycamores. Drake struggled to keep possession of the ball, which hurt its ball movement, and thus its attack in the final third of the field.. We are still lacking the motivation and hunger to win that is required in conference games, sophomore Laura Moklestad said. Indiana State came out with the attitude that they were going to win and ...
Dr. Joshua A Waters is a Colorectal Surgery (proctology) Specialist in Indianapolis, Indiana. He graduated with honors from Indiana University School of Medicine in 2007. Having more than 12 years of diverse experiences, especially in COLORECTAL SURGERY (PROCTOLOGY), GENERAL SURGERY, Dr. Joshua A Waters affiliates with many hospitals including Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital (Indianapolis), IU Health West Hospital, and cooperates with other doctors and specialists without joining any medical groups.. Fellowship: Lahey Clinic. Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine. Residency: Indiana University School of Medicine ...
A consortium of eight Indiana agricultural and public health organizations will host a statewide symposium focusing on the significant impact of the opioid crisis in rural and farming communities.. The symposium is scheduled for Jan. 5, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at the Boone County Fairgrounds, 1300 Hwy. 100 S, Lebanon. Sponsors are Purdue Extension, AgrIInstitute, the Indiana State Department of Agriculture, the Agribusiness Council of Indiana, the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs, the Indiana Rural Health Association, Indiana State Poultry Association, Indiana Porkand the Indiana Farm Bureau.. The opioid crisis has greatly affected rural communities, said Angie Abbott, associate director of Purdue Extension and program leader for Health and Human Sciences Extension. We see this symposium as a way to build awareness and forge effective partnerships among organizations and individuals to address this dire public health emergency.. The social and economic health and vitality of our ...
From the Regenstrief Institute for Health Care, Indiana University Medical Center, and Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana; and Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis, Indiana. Note: This article is one of a series of articles comprising an Annals of Internal Medicine supplement entitled Measuring Quality, Outcomes, and Cost of Care Using Large Databases: The Sixth Regenstrief Conference. To see a complete list of the articles included in this supplement, please view its Table of Contents. Acknowledgments: The authors thank Drs. Chris Callahan, William Tierney, Mick Murray, Paul Dexter, Marc Overhage, and Morris Weinberger and Mr. David Gillette for helpful comments. Requests for Reprints: X.H. Zhou, Division of Biostatistics, Department of Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine, 699 West Drive, RR 135, Indianapolis, IN 46202-5119. Current Author Addresses: Drs. Zhou and Hui: Regenstrief Institute for Health Care, Indiana University Medical Center, and Division ...
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Ive got to Charles Lee thats. And todays match definitely Wichita State. And Indiana States doctors finally get back home after what seemed like. It interminable road trip to Illinois State. And Evansville because of the ice and an ability to get back here after the Illinois State game last Saturday night. The teams stayed out on the road that we were done about four and a half five days and it just seemed like for ever so its been good to get home. And through the shocker is looking to get back in action on Indiana State today in the southern Illinois for the first time this season. On Tuesday night. Her two game homestand before heading back out on the road. The soccers or sixty in four overall six and one in Missouri Valley Conference one game behind still unbeaten Illinois State. Indiana State having a half years evidence twelve overall one in six in the valley the soccers beat them by eight in a very competitive game. In their conference opener on December the 28 in terra haute so ...
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SANTA ROSA, Calif., April 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A new study shows that honokiol, a small molecule polyphenol extract derived from Magnolia officinalis bark, reduces proliferation of renal cell carcinoma. Conducted by researchers at the Cancer Research Laboratory at Indiana University Health, Indiana University School of Medicine, the preclinical study showed that honokiol (HonoPure®, EcoNugenics, Santa Rosa, CA) inhibited two highly aggressive renal cell carcinoma (RCC) cell lines. The extract also restricted the invasive potential of renal carcinoma cells, and modulated expression of genes involved in the suppression of metastasis. These results were presented at the 2014 American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA.. This is an excellent first step toward developing a new treatment for aggressive renal cancer, says lead investigator Dr. Daniel Sliva, adjunct associate professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine. This cancer is well known for its ...
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Indiana University Health (IUH) Methodist has consistently been among the top-ranked institutions as graded by the University Health Consortium (UHC). For the past several years, IUH Methodist has admitted more than 3,500 trauma patients annually, placing it among the largest 5% of trauma centers by volume. There is also a busy Emergency General Surgery (EGS) Service - nearly as voluminous as the Trauma Service - that draws patients from the entire state. As a result, there are two in-house Acute Care Surgeons 24/7: one serves as the primary on-call Trauma Surgeon, and the other serves as the primary EGS surgeon, also serving as in-house backup for the Trauma Surgeon. IUH Methodist operates the largest neuroscience critical care units and hosts one of the largest critical care departments in the country. Both neurosurgical and orthopedic attending surgeons are in-house 24/7. Neurosurgical, Emergency Medicine, Anesthesiology, Critical Care, and Radiology attending physicians are also physically ...
The Pulmonary Division at Indiana University School of Medicine has several clinics in which patients with all types of pulmonary hypertension (WHO group 1-5) are actively evaluated and treated. All physicians are board-certified pulmonologists with special interest and expertise in pulmonary vascular disease and hemodynamic evaluation. We work closely with our colleagues in the Cardiology, Rheumatology and Gastroenterology/Hepatology Divisions as well as the Radiology and Thoracic Surgery Departments to provide the best possible interdisciplinary and patient-focused care. We offer education for patients, trainees, and physicians, close monitoring of potential treatment side effects, novel treatments and research protocols for eligible patients. All modern diagnostic modalities including cardiac MRI and cardiopulmonary exercise testing are available. Treatment modalities include oral drugs (bosentan, sildenafil, ambrisentan) as well as inhaled, subcutaneous and intravenous medications ...
The Indiana Center for Liver Research at Indiana University School of Medicine fosters scientific connection and collaboration among investigators in the field of liver pathobiology. Many of the centers labs are based at the Richard L. Roudebush Indianapolis VA Medical Center; these facilities conduct critical research in partnership with other physicians, scientists and trainees at IU School of Medicine and around the world.. Led by Gianfranco Alpini, PhD, the Indiana Center for Liver Research focuses on delivering high-quality research on cholestatic liver diseases, hepatocellular carcinoma, alcohol-induced liver damage and non-alcoholic liver damage. These devastating liver diseases target thousands of Americans each year inducing fibrosis, cirrhosis, liver failure and, ultimately, liver transplantation.. ...
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ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- At the American College of Gastroenterology Annual Scientific Meeting in Orlando (ACG 2008), renowned gastroenterologist Douglas K. Rex, MD presented results from a multi-institutional clinical study that evaluated the efficacy of the Third Eye(R) Retroscope(R), a new device that is designed to improve the ability of physicians to detect abnormalities in the colon. The Third Eye Retroscope has been cleared for use in the U.S. by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), as a device to provide retrograde illumination and visualization of the colon. Dr. Rex, Chancellors Professor and Professor of Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine, and Director of Endoscopy at Indiana University Hospital in Indianapolis, presented the study results this afternoon in front of physicians and other industry professionals during the ACG annual conference. The multi-center study evaluated 249 patients at eight sites across the U.S. During the study, patients were ...
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Missi Bush-Sawtelle, Board Chair, Corydon. Bush-Sawtelle has served on the Indiana Natural Resources Foundation board since 2003 and was elected vice chair in 2008 and chair in 2013. She is employed by Bush Enterprises in New Salisbury, Indiana.. Bush-Sawtelles connection to Indiana s natural heritage began in the early 19th century when her family settled along the banks of the Blue River. This historical connection has led Bush-Sawtelle to work diligently to protect the abundant natural and cultural resources found throughout Indiana.. A graduate of Indiana University Southwest Bush-Sawtelle also serves on the Indiana Blue River Commission and on the board of the Indiana Historical Society.. ...
Dr. Jacqueline A. Maiers received her medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine. She completed a residency in pediatrics and a fellowship in pediatric cardiology at Indiana University School of Medicine. She completed a fellowship in preventive pediatric cardiology at Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center.
In 2016, the Governor of Indiana signed into law HEA 1337, which created new provisions and amended others that regulate abortion procedures within Indiana. Planned Parenthood filed suit, seeking declaratory and injunctive relief from three parts of the law: the
Daniel Sliva, Ph.D., CEO & founder, DSTest Laboratories (, is a senior investigator at the Indiana University Health, and an adjunct associate professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine. He has masters degrees in food and biochemical technology, as well as biochemistry, and a doctorate degree in molecular biology and genetics. He also completed postdoctoral studies at the department of medical nutrition, Karolinska Institute, Sweden, and at the Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis. Sliva founded DSTest Laboratories at Purdue Research Park in 2014 for evaluating and standardizing efficacy of ingredients, nutraceuticals and dietary supplements. In addition to authoring more than 82 peer-reviewed papers and three book chapters, he is an international speaker.. ...
The Indiana Prevention Resource Center is funded, in part, by a contract with the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration, Division of Mental Health and Addiction, financially supported through HHS/Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant. The IPRC is operated by the Indiana University Department of Applied Health Science at Indiana University, Bloomington School of Public Health. It is affiliated with the Schools Institute for Research on Addictive Behavior ...
The Indiana Prevention Resource Center is funded, in part, by a contract with the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration, Division of Mental Health and Addiction, financially supported through HHS/Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant. The IPRC is operated by the Indiana University Department of Applied Health Science at Indiana University, Bloomington School of Public Health. It is affiliated with the Schools Institute for Research on Addictive Behavior ...
The Indiana Prevention Resource Center is funded, in part, by a contract with the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration, Division of Mental Health and Addiction, financially supported through HHS/Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant. The IPRC is operated by the Indiana University Department of Applied Health Science at Indiana University, Bloomington School of Public Health. It is affiliated with the Schools Institute for Research on Addictive Behavior ...
The Division of Infectious Diseases at the Indiana University School of Medicine has conducted clinical trials and research to improve the health and well-being of Indiana adults and adolescents with a variety of infections for over 30 years. We specifically have performed studies in the areas of HIV/AIDS, other sexually transmitted infections (herpes, human papillomavirus, syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia), and sexual behavioral medicine. Our research group currently conducts trials to determine the usefulness of vaccines to prevent infections and new medicines to treat existing infections. We also conduct studies to learn more about how infectious agents interact with humans to cause disease in order to devise new ways to protect us from illness. Our overall goal is to improve the quality of life of patients with infectious diseases and to reduce the spread of these infections in our community.. Indiana University Infectious Diseases Research (IUIDR) is a research group for the Division of ...
Melissa Spas is the managing director of education and engagement for the Lake Institute on Faith & Giving, part of the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at IUPUI. She worked previously at Indiana Universitys School of Public and Environmental Affairs in Bloomington and at Leadership Education at Duke Divinity. She is a graduate of Allegheny College and Harvard Divinity School and is an active layperson in the United Methodist Church.
By Rebecca Adams, CQ HealthBeat Associate Editor May 15, 2014 -- Republican Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana recently proposed an expansion of Medicaid that would have some consumers contribute to the cost of their coverage. But Pence took out some controversial parts of an ongoing state effort, such as limiting benefits and maintaining a waiting list. If the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) approves the plan that Pence announced last week, Indiana would become the 28th jurisdiction, including the District of Columbia, to expand Medicaid. That does not include Pennsylvania, which has already sent a plan to CMS for approval. The Indiana expansion would start in 2015. Indianas plan will be closely watched by other state officials to see how far CMS officials will go in approving elements such as a health savings account and a requirement that enrollees be referred to job training programs. CMS officials have allowed Indiana to use a health savings account model under a pilot program ...
Ag Asset Mapping - ISDA and PCRD are working to produce county-level maps that will show relative ag production for specific products, such as cattle, ducks, chickens, turkeys, sweet corn, soybeans, mint, watermelons, tomatoes, and many, many others. These maps will be produced twice a year with current data from ISDA and IDEM. This will enable counties and regions to identify opportunities to attract processing operations that leverage ag assets. Different from the ag census data from the federal government, the data in these maps will be current within a six month time period.. Supply Chain Opportunities - PCRD has been working to identify industry clusters related to agriculture in many Indiana regions, and target opportunities within the corresponding supply chains. PCRD has been helping to identify leakages in the ag supply chains: products and processes that are purchased outside of Indiana that could be relocated to the state.. Policy and Land Use - Indiana Farm Bureau, Indiana Corn ...
For data sharing to be effective, electronic health records (EHRs) - both those held within a single facility and those in different healthcare organizations - must correctly refer to a specific individual. Is Billy Jones known at a different doctors office as William Jones and are all his health records linked? To which Maria Garcia do lab test results belong? Which John Smith was referred to during contact tracing?. Unfortunately, the commentary notes, patient matching rates vary widely, with healthcare facilities failing to link records for the same patient as often as half the time. Authors Shaun Grannis, M.D., vice president for data and analytics at Regenstrief Institute and Regenstrief Professor of Medical Informatics at Indiana University School of Medicine; John D. Halamka, M.D., president of Mayo Clinic Platform and Ben Moscovitch, director of The Pew Charitable Trusts health information technology initiative, call for stakeholders to urgently address the patient matching conundrum. ...
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Image by Peter Engler). Aunt Lethas Hickory Nut Cake. Carol Meeks, Indianapolis, Indiana. My Indiana roots go back a long way. In 1838, my great-great grandparents, Walter and Susannah Smiley, purchased approximately 48 acres of mostly cleared land along the Mississinewa River in Randolph County. As time went by, my grandfather cleared an additional area along the river to graze his cattle and horses. It became a beautiful grove with many hardwood trees including oak, poplar, sugar maple, black walnut and shag bark hickory in addition to several other species. Severe storms and other environmental factors have damaged or destroyed several of the trees although there is still an abundance of hickory trees.. Gathering the hickory nuts each fall has been a long-time family tradition. Family members gather on a crisp fall day to fill baskets of nuts which are then laid out on the floor to dry under beds in the farmhouse. The farmhouse always has visiting mice in the winter so we hope not too many ...
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An appeals court in Indiana on Tuesday upheld the decision of a lower court to block a portion of a 2017 state law aimed at ensuring parents are informed when underage daughters undergo abortions.. That ruling was issued in a 2-1 vote.. Under Indiana law, teens must get parental consent when undergoing abortions, however, teens can petition a judge for a judicial bypass.. In 2017, Governor Eric Holcomb signed into law Senate Enrolled Act 404, which says that parents are still to be notified if the judge approves a teenage girls petition.. Attorney General Curtis Hill denounced the initial ruling in 2018 to block the parental notification part of the law, calling it an attempt to give courts rather than parents the legal guardianship of children.. Betty Cockrum, president of Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, said in 2018 of the first ruling that it was a win for young women here in Indiana who are already dealing with an incredibly difficult situation.. Live Action writes that ...
In a 3-2 decision filed Wednesday, March 2, the Indiana Supreme Court rocked well-settled Indiana law by ruling that Indianas 10-year statute of repose for products liability actions is unconstitutional as applied to asbestos cases. See the Indiana Product Liability Act (the Act), at Ind. Code §§ 34-20-1-1, et seq.. The decision in Larry Myers, et al. v. Crouse-Hinds, et al.; GE v. Mary R. Geyman, et al.; Owens-Illinois, Inc v. Mary R. Geyman, et al. (Myers) overturns precedent set in 2003 by the Court in AlliedSignal, Inc. v. Ott, where it had found the entirety of the Act to be constitutional as applied to asbestos cases. The Myers majority opinion was met with strong dissent from Chief Justice Loretta H. Rush and Justice Mark S. Massa, who cited stare decisis (the need for judicial consistency) and the fact that the reasoning relied upon by the majority was argued to no avail in the Ott dissent.. The Act as Applied to Asbestos Cases. The Acts repose provision is broken into two ...
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles was based on the Indiana Jones series of films. The series follows the Indiana Jones character (as a young boy and as a young man) as he was growing up and experiencing his early adventures, where he gets into trouble, learns life lessons and encounters various historical figures along the way. The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles was filmed on location all over the world ~ including England, Russia, Spain, Czechoslovakia, Kenya, France, India, China, Austria, Egypt, the United States, Morocco, Ireland, Italy, Africa, Turkey, Greece and Thailand. ...
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Purdue University was established in 1869 and stands as the flagship campus of the Purdue University System. About 270 programs are offered at the main campus in West Lafayette together with regional campuses located in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Westville, and Hammond in Indiana. Ten other locations throughout the state serve as schools for the Purdue College of Technology, with programs focusing on the use of information technology for both the government and business sectors.. Ranked among the best research universities in the country, Purdues Discovery Park complex is home to the universitys nanotechnology research facility along with other programs in agricultural research, engineering, and environmental studies. Research grants are provided by a number of federal executive departments as well as NASA.. Purdue also features a number of student and recreational facilities which include a sports center, aquatic center, golf courses, and a health center. In celebration of its diverse ...
The dreaded 19th-century disease known as milk sickness claimed the lives of many Hoosiers, including 9-year-old Abraham Lincolns mother. Not until the mid-20th century did researchers confirm that milk sickness is caused by a poison produced by the white snakeroot plant, which still grows freely throughout the southern Indiana woods. Cows and goats ate the plant and passed the poison to humans through milk and meat. In the March issue of the Indiana Magazine of History, Dr. Walter J. Daly, dean emeritus of the IU School of Medicine, describes the decades of efforts to solve the puzzle of this formerly unpredictable, untreatable and highly fatal disease.
Stem-cell-derived sensory hair cells (in red) with hair bundles (green). Cell nuclei appear blue./ Courtesy of Indiana University.. Self-organized, complex tissues dont arise naturally in traditional, flat culturing systems. To create a more lifelike environment, some scientists have recently created 3-D tissue culturing systems. By applying carefully timed developmental signals, researchers grew nerve tissues from embryonic stem cells floating in culture media. The cells aggregate and follow developmental pathways similar to those in the body.. A research team led by Karl R. Koehler and Dr. Eri Hashino at the Indiana University School of Medicine reasoned that a 3-D tissue culturing system might help to guide mouse embryonic stem cells to develop into the complex tissues and structures of the inner ear. The study was supported by NIHs National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) and other NIH components. It appeared online in Natureon July 10, 2013.. By ...
Dr. Dale Allen Benefiel, our much beloved husband, father, grandfather, uncle and brother, peacefully passed away on Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015. Dale was born on March 19, 1930, in Indianapolis, Indiana, to George and Ruth Benefiel. He grew up during the Depression era, working from a young age, caddying and mowing grass at local golf courses and skipping school to play golf whenever he could. He served in the Air Force, including service in Korea. While attending dental school at Indiana University, he met and married an adventurous nurse named Marilyn, who has been the love of his life. Dale practiced dentistry in Indianapolis and Holland, Michigan, for 30 years before retiring to Prescott, Arizona, in 1996. While living in Michigan, Dale was instrumental in developing and establishing the Miles of Smiles mobile dental unit and program for underprivileged children of Ottawa County, and also donated his time and professional skills to provide dental services in remote areas of Mexico. Dale enjoyed ...
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Chlamydia trachomatis causes a high number of sexually transmitted infections worldwide, but reproducible and precise strain typing to link partners is lacking. We evaluated multilocus sequence typing (MLST) for this purpose by detecting sequence types (STs) concordant for the ompA genotype, a single-locus typing standard. We tested samples collected during April 2000-October 2003 from members of established heterosexual partnerships (dyads) in the Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, area who self-reported being coital partners within the previous 30 days. C. trachomatis DNA from 28 dyads was tested by MLST; sequences were aligned and analyzed for ST and phylogenetic relationships. MLST detected 9 C. trachomatis STs, 4 unique to Indianapolis; STs were identical within each dyad. Thirteen unique strains were identified; 9 (32%) dyads harbored novel recombinant strains that phylogenetically clustered with strains comprising the recombinants. The high rate of novel C. trachomatis recombinants identified supports
1902. Ashley, Geo. H. (George Hall),1866-1951, Kindle, E. M. (Edward Martin),1869-1940., and Blatchley, W. S. (Willis Stanley),1859-1940. From the 27th Annual report of the Department of Geology and Natural Resources of Indiana, 1902. Includes three East-West cross-sections: through N... Indiana Department of Geology and Natural Resources and William B. Burford.. ...
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Office of Scientific Affairs (M.J.E.), National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Bethesda, Maryland; Psychopharmacology Research Unit (S.E.F.), University of London, Guys Hospital, Division of Pharmacology, London, United Kingdom; Dipartimento Di Neuroscienze (G.L.G.), UniversitaDegli Studi Di Cagliari, Cagliari, Italy; Department of Physiology and Pharmacology (K.A.G.), The Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, North Carolina; Instituto de Investigaciones Citologicas (C.G.), Valencia, Spain; Department of Pharmacology (P.L.H.), University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver, Colorado; Department of Pharmacology (H.K.), University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Department of Neuropharmacology (G.F.K.), The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California; Indiana University School of Medicine (T.-K.L.), Indianapolis, Indiana; and Department of Pharmacology (B.T.), University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver, Colorado. ...
Williams JC Jr, Hameed T, Jackson ME, Aftab S, Gambaro A, Pishchalnikov YA, Lingeman JE, McAteer JA.Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Hiromi Yoshida is a first-generation Japanese American poet, with ethnic roots in Japan and Taiwan, and family in Wilbraham, Massachusetts. Now based in Bloomington, Indiana, she has lived extensively in Tokyo and New York City. Her Icarus Burning poetry collection, a finalist selection for the 2019 New Womens Voices Series Chapbook Competition, is forthcoming from Finishing Line Press in 2020. A three-time winner of Indiana University Writers Conference awards, she has been recognized as one of Bloomingtons finest and most outspoken poets by Indiana State Poet Laureate finalist Tony Brewer. Her poems have been published in literary magazines and journals that include The Asian American Literary Review, Tipton Poetry Journal, Indiana Voice Journal, The Indianapolis Review, and The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society. Although Hiromi uses chopsticks to dip sashimi slices and Chinese dumplings into soy sauce, she still asks for forks at Asian restaurants in the U.S ...
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Organizations in Michigan and Indiana have successfully established a secure infrastructure to transmit health data across state lines, the Michigan Health Information Network (MiHIN) and the Michiana Health Information Network (MHIN) announced this week. The connection has been established by both organizations, which provide Health Information Exchange (HIE) services for Michigan, Indiana, and other Midwestern states.. The initiative is the first phase of MiHINs multi-state effort to facilitate the routing and exchange of immunization data between providers who attend to Michigan residents in other states and Michigans health information registries. Having established a more precise recording of immunization data in the two states, both organizations anticipate this exchange of new information will allow for more accurate patient history and better health care.. Working with Indiana through Michianas MHIN fills information gaps by exchanging health information with our neighboring state ...
Natural gas and oil discoveries in Ohio in 1884-85 and in Indiana in 1886 and 1889 began the development and exploitation of the great Trenton Gas and Oil Field of northwestern Ohio and east-central Indiana. Standard Oil Co., already a power in the industry, organized the Buckeye Pipeline Co. of Ohio in 1886. Buckeye built gathering lines and tank farms for storing most of the areas crude oil. In 1886-87 it built the first midwestern refinery at t Lima and an 8-inch pipeline to ship fuel oil to Chicago. In 1889-90, Standard built a refinery at Whiting, Indiana. This area later became a major refining center in the United States. Our Hoosier State Beneath Us: Oil and Gas ...
Judge Carol Guess has selected The Girl Next Door to the Girl Next Door, by Amy Woolard, as the winner of Indiana Reviews 2014 1/2K Prize! Woolards poem will appear in a forthcoming issue of Indiana Review. We received more than 500 submissions, a record number of excellent quality and variety. All work was read anonymously and closely by our editors. Thanks to all who submitted their work for consideration and made this years Prize possible.. 2014 Indiana Review 1/2K Prize Winner:. The Girl Next Door to the Girl Next Door. Amy Woolard. Guess has this to say about the winning piece: The sounds in this poem lured me into the story-repetition and rhyme in service to character and scene. I love the juxtaposition between sweet and staccato, and the way the tone shifts from delicate details to harsh colloquialisms. The narrators a mystery to me, which I like, but the girl isnt a mystery at all- shes true to this town and time. Its nice to start with a girl whos alive, for a change, and ...
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Orthopedic Surgeon Mark Klaassen learned early on what caring for others is all about. The son of missionaries, he grew up in Colombia where the positive impact of helping others was tightly woven into his character. This childhood experience made him fluent in Spanish. He returned home to the U.S. as a 15-year-old to continue his education, culminating in the MD degree he earned from the Indiana University School of Medicine at Notre Dame and the I.U. Medical Center. He completed his orthopedic surgery residency at Lutheran Hospital of Indiana and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Dr. Klaassen is an active member of the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons.. Throughout his career he has been a mentor to other orthopedic surgeons throughout the U.S. and other countries, providing instruction on advanced orthopedic surgical techniques and procedures - many of which he was instrumental in developing. For example, Dr. Klaassen ...
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Cardiac and Vas. Jaydip Datta, MD ; Charles S. White, MD ; Robert C. Gilkeson, MD ; Cristopher A. Meyer, MD ; Sarita Kansal, MD ; Manish L. Jani, MD ; Ronald C. Arildsen, MD ; Katrina Read, DDR. 1 From the Departments of Radiology (J.D., R.C.A.) and Cardiology (S.K.), Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn; Department of Diagnostic Radiology, University of Maryland School of Medicine, 22 S Greene St, Baltimore, MD 21201 (C.S.W.); Department of Radiology, University Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio (R.C.G.); Department of Radiology, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Ind (C.A.M.); Meharry Medical College, Nashville, Tenn (M.L.J.); and Philips Medical Systems, Cleveland, Ohio (K.R.). Received February 17, 2004; revision requested April 23; revision received July 15; accepted August 18.. PURPOSE: To retrospectively determine the imaging features of anomalous coronary arteries depicted at multi-detector row computed tomographic (CT) ...
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  • HRC released data in May documenting the disproportionate impact of both the virus and its economic consequences on LGBTQ people of color, who are more likely than their white LGBTQ counterparts to have become unemployed or reduced their work hours. (
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  • We are in the foothills of the sixth mass extinction, and these defenders are some of the few people standing in the way. (
  • These are the people who understand, at the most fundamental level, how the fate of humanity is entwined in the fate of the natural places they are defending. (
  • While Morris said it was concerning that an increase in the harshness of anti-protest laws was occurring at the exact time more people felt the need to be heard about climate and environmental crisis in Australia, he said the legal challenge sought to protect all those who wished to protest, regardless of their cause. (
  • The important thing is that governments foster rather than stifle people wanting to have a voice in a healthy and robust democracy. (
  • Social media permeates the lives of many people - we use it to stay in touch, make new friends, shop, and have fun. (
  • It's a low-cost way to reach billions of people from anywhere in the world. (
  • Specifically, many people aren't really retiring these days, at least not in the traditional sense of the word. (
  • With infections of the new coronavirus confirmed in countries around the world, people are following the daily tally of COVID-19 cases, wondering exactly how lethal this new disease is. (
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  • Mogadishu (AFP) - Several people are believed to have been killed in an airstrike in southern Somalia apparently targetting a house used by members of the Al-Qaeda-affiliated Shebab militia, officials and witnesses said Sunday. (
  • Cigarette smoking remains the leading cause of preventable death and disability in the United States, despite a significant decline in the number of people who smoke. (
  • Your assistance in this effort will help prevent silicosis-related death and disease, a national goal for health promotion and disease prevention stated in Healthy People 2000 [PHS 1990]. (
  • Teams follow protocols that are not updated in the light of diverse evidence due to lack of time or because there are no people who are encouraged to modify them. (
  • We need to incorporate the academic sphere into health institutions in an 'immersive' way to live day-to-day and, thus, question the environment, the people and the processes. (
  • It is also interesting to participate in research groups, in order to seek diverse information and news about courses, seminars and other events, which are excellent ways to better understand the topic, meet people with common interests and, perhaps, identify with some research topic. (
  • Ending TB will require a dual approach of maintaining and strengthening current TB control priorities, while increasing efforts to identify and treat latent TB infection , especially in populations at increased risk of TB disease. (
  • These cookies perform functions like remembering presentation options or choices and, in some cases, delivery of web content that based on self-identified area of interests. (
  • One thing that has not changed is the role of editors in steering a journal on its course and selecting content that best meets the needs of the community it serves. (
  • In a report published last week, researchers from the Center for American Progress, the Center for Climate and Security and the Stimson Center examined the role of climate change in the Middle East's upheaval during 2010 and 2011. (
  • At the launch of the Arab Spring and climate change report, Werz and other foreign affairs experts discussed the challenges of climate change in global stability -- particularly in terms of food and water security and migration -- and how the United States needs to rethink its foreign policy to incorporate these borderless challenges. (
  • One-tenth call immigration the top issue, while other subjects, including climate change, racial injustice and education, were all in the single digits. (
  • The NSW government's anti-protest laws will be challenged in the supreme court, with two climate change protesters arguing that tougher measures introduced earlier this year fundamentally undermine their right of political communication. (
  • Creating long-term, sustainable and stable countries in the world is much more beneficial for U.S. and global security than anything else, Werz said. (
  • Firms cannot do without Google, which in some countries processes more than 90% of web searches. (
  • Americans are paying too much for prescription drugs and healthcare services - far more than the prices paid in other countries. (
  • It is hoped that these will be of value to decision-makers and politicians from all countries within the Region looking to address existing inequalities in childhood cancer care through targeted improvement activities. (
  • Many countries in the Southeast Asia Region face challenges with known risk factors for cholera outbreaks including poverty, lack of development, and high population density. (
  • You might think that high yields in the peripheral euro zone countries would attract bargain hunters but it doesn't seem to be the case. (
  • b) to support the harmonization of the regulatory frameworks for production of health workers across countries in the Region. (
  • It is particularly targeted at editors working in countries that are seeking to develop their capacities to promote, conduct and disseminate research and to inform policy and practice. (
  • The SCF Interactive Chart creates time series charts representing estimates in the historic tables, and covers the period 1989 to the most recent survey year. (
  • Estimates for all survey years from 1989 to the most recent survey year are included in both nominal and real terms. (
  • And Chinese tech firm Baidu started testing its vehicles without safety drivers in its home country late last year. (
  • The award is presented in every other year by the chair of the NCTE Children's Poetry Award Committee at the Children's Book Awards Luncheon during the NCTE Annual Convention . (
  • In 2008, the criteria were updated and the time frame was changed to every other year. (
  • Books must have been published and/or distributed in the English language during the calendar year. (
  • Roughly 10 percent of the U.S. adult population, or about 25 million Americans, has experienced tinnitus lasting at least five minutes in the past year. (
  • I could tell you that this has been going on for decades, with the numbers killed in recent years hitting over 200 each year. (
  • And I could tell you, as this report does, that a further 200 defenders were murdered in the last year alone. (
  • The bill was introduced in response to a series of climate protests that disrupted Port Botany earlier this year. (
  • Hizzoner said he doesn't plan to ever return to the Staten Island Zoo for Groundhog Day festivities after his 2014 fumble killed the woodchuck weatherman during the annual ceremony his first year in office. (
  • De Blasio attended the ceremony the next year in 2015, when the zoo made changes for the safety of all participants. (
  • SPAIN paid almost 7% for 10-year money in a bond auction today, well above the level prevailing in the secondary market (6.43% last night, according to the FT). That gap may reflect the impact of ECB buying (the bank only buys in the secondary market). (
  • The sharp rise in yields may reflect the bad economic news (Spain's GDP stagnated in the third quarter and is now expected to grow just 0.8% next year) but it may also reflect uncertainty ahead of Sunday's election, given that the likely PM, Mariano Rajoy, has been rather vague about his programme. (
  • In September last year the Shebab's leader, Ahmed Abdi Godane, was killed in a US airstrike, and Washington carried out another strike in December, killing who Somali officials said was a top Shebab intelligence official. (
  • This amounts to $170 billion in direct medical costs that could be saved every year if we could prevent youth from starting to smoke and help every person who smokes to quit. (
  • Industrial logging was destroying the ecosystem in which we as humans were intertwined. (
  • [2] [3] They have different roles, including their praise of God, interacting with humans in ordinary life, defending against devils ( shayāṭīn ) and carrying on natural phenomena. (
  • [2] [7] Angels play an important role in Muslim everyday life by protecting the believers from evil influences and recording the deeds of humans. (
  • Contrarily argued, humans rank above angels, since for a human it is harder to be obedient and to worship God, hassling with bodily temptations, in contrast to angels, whose life is much easier and therefore their obedience is rather insignificant. (
  • Islam acknowledges a famous story about competing angels and humans in the tale of Harut and Marut , who were tested to determine, whether or not, angels would do better than humans under the same circumstances, [28] a tradition opposed by some scholars, such as ibn Taimiyya , but still accepted by others, such as ibn Hanbal . (
  • COVID-19 is a respiratory disease caused by a new coronavirus not previously identified in humans. (
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  • Fargo would waste little time in the second, getting on the board just 2:04 in on a goal from Kevin Scott who scored on a rebound in front of the net. (
  • A majority of US adults say his policies have hurt the economy, and 8 in 10 say the government isn't doing enough to combat inflation. (
  • Among adults aged 20-69, the overall annual prevalence of hearing loss dropped slightly from 16 percent (28.0 million) in the 1999-2004 period to 14 percent (27.7 million) in the 2011-2012 period. (
  • Age is the strongest predictor of hearing loss among adults aged 20-69, with the greatest amount of hearing loss in the 60 to 69 age group. (
  • About 18 percent of adults aged 20-69 have speech-frequency hearing loss in both ears from among those who report 5 or more years of exposure to very loud noise at work, as compared to 5.5 percent of adults with speech-frequency hearing loss in both ears who report no occupational noise exposure. (
  • Among adults aged 70 and older with hearing loss who could benefit from hearing aids, fewer than one in three (30 percent) has ever used them. (
  • In the United States, roughly 118,100 devices have been implanted in adults and 65,000 in children. (
  • Hoffman HJ, Dobie RA, Losonczy KG, Themann CL, Flamme GA. Declining Prevalence of Hearing Loss in US Adults Aged 20 to 69 Years . (
  • 2) applying the definition of disabling hearing loss used by the 2010 Global Burden of Disease Expert Hearing Loss Team (hearing loss of 35 decibels or more in the better ear, the level at which adults could generally benefit from hearing aids). (
  • As adults in a fast-paced world, finding the time to slow down and enjoy the little things in life can be challenging. (
  • It causes stroke, lung cancer, and coronary heart disease in adults. (
  • Current research indicates that SSRIs, prazosin, and propranolol may be helpful in the treatment of PTSD in adults. (
  • As children move through adolescence and become more like adults, consideration of medications used in adults for PTSD is a reasonable option. (
  • In most cases, a doctor diagnoses reflux by reviewing your child's symptoms and medical history. (
  • Esophageal pH and impedance monitoring , which measures the amount of acid or liquid in your child's esophagus. (
  • The medicines work by lowering the amount of acid in your child's stomach. (
  • LILACS/CD ROM is published quarterly and includes the databases of LILACS System, databases of Specialized Centers and World Health Organization Library, and the database SeCS - Serials in Health Sciences. (
  • evidence guidelines set forth in the Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials (CONSORT), which contain, among other documents, a list of 25 items to be included in RCT reports(2). (
  • The panel said his advisory sentencing range should be between 17 1/2 years and just under 22 years, rather than between just under 22 years and 27 years in prison used by the trial court. (
  • David Morris, the chief executive of the EDO, said the women were members of the Knitting Nannas, an environmental activist group with grave concerns about the laws introduced in March that allow fines of $22,000 and two years in prison to punish non-violent protesters. (
  • Looking at long-term trends in rain, crops, food prices and migration, they were able to determine how these factors contributed to social instability in the region. (
  • Use our visualizations to explore scam and fraud trends in your state based on reports from consumers like you. (
  • Address the originality of student work and emerging trends in misconduct with this comprehensive solution. (
  • Key demographic trends in fertility, mortality, and migration are responsible for shifts in the overall structure of any population. (
  • Yet over the last several decades, as industries have consolidated, competition has weakened in too many markets, denying Americans the benefits of an open economy and widening racial, income, and wealth inequality. (
  • Nora Ephron came of age three decades after Child, in a house "full of apples and peaches and milk," in Beverly Hills. (
  • The past two decades have seen vast changes in the world of health science journals, including greater awareness of the role of journals in reporting research, advancing patient treatment and care, educating health professionals, and helping to bridge the communication gap between researchers and policy-makers. (
  • ATSDR leveraged meaningful relationships at the state and local levels to address harmful odors in a New Jersey shopping center, created a website to highlight the work of APPLETREE grantees, connected ALS patients to clinical trials, and advanced the knowledge base of PFAS. (
  • The author examines the importance of language for Psychoanalysis and possible peculiarities involving mother tongue, foreign language, translation, interpretation in the psychism and clinical context. (
  • Today, it is possible to get an RN to BSN degree, an RN (bridge) to MSN degree, or an MSN in an array of clinical or nonclinical advanced practice majors. (
  • [ 31 ] Despite unresolved questions about quality of the curriculum, clinical standards, accreditation, and jurisdiction issues, [ 31 ] it appears that online degree programs in nursing are here to stay. (
  • The hospital is located in the city of Belém which requires greater control of materials consumption in Pará State, and is known for clinical and surgical pulmon- and costs so that professionals can provide the necessary ology and infectious and parasitic diseases. (
  • Healthcare providers, TB programs, and communities play an important role in ending TB in the United States. (
  • These services are effective in improving health outcomes and reducing healthcare costs. (
  • major concern for healthcare organizations in both the This study was carried out at a university hospital, which public and the private sectors. (
  • In 2009, LILACS has 500,000 thousand bibliographic records of articles published in about 1,500 journals in health science, from which approximately 800 are currently indexed. (
  • Unless you're a brand marketer in a thoroughly recession-proof industry or an agency marketer with a portfolio of clients in recession-proof industries, you're working against an undercurrent of stress and performance pressure. (
  • When nursing degree programs first went online in the late 1990s, some concerns were voiced over whether Internet education was appropriate for a practice-oriented discipline like nursing and whether the same high standards of traditional classroom learning could be maintained. (
  • Since the mid 1990s, both the WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean and editors of biomedical and other health science journals have sought to raise the quality and profile of journals in the Region. (
  • Just above that, scrawled across her chest in cursive, she tattooed the three words that changed her life: "Free Ronnie Long. (
  • Heartburn , a painful, burning feeling in the middle of the chest. (
  • As silicosis progresses, there may be difficulty in breathing and other chest symptoms such as cough. (
  • An artifact that is not discovered in situ is considered out of context and as not providing an accurate picture of the associated culture. (
  • However, the out-of-context artifact can provide scientists with an example of types and locations of in situ artifacts yet to be discovered. (
  • The Arab Spring would likely have come one way or another, but the context in which it did is not inconsequential. (
  • If you are a startup and don't have a helpful archive of performance data, but you do have an agency running your account, lean heavily on them to pull insights from similar accounts they may have had in the past. (
  • In B2B, where data density takes longer to build, set some higher-volume growth indicators that will return information more quickly. (
  • Critical "Data on Previous Engagements" can confidently be saved in a simple weatherproof format. (
  • This vast array of data will allow a more detailed understanding of disease traits in analyses known as deep phenotyping ( S14 ). (
  • Bender, E. Big data in biomedicine. (
  • The Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution "Central Scientific Agricultural Library" (CSAL) is the oldest Bibliographic Center for Agricultural Science and Food Industry in the Russian Federation. (
  • by Analiese Miller and Greg Laden It has been suggested, by various commenters on the internet, that the problem with Fukushima is not that there is a dangerous radioactive mess there, but rather, that the authorities in charge have decided that exposure to radiation is dangerous, when it really isn't. (
  • Bright Outlook occupations are expected to grow rapidly in the next several years, will have large numbers of job openings, or are new and emerging occupations. (
  • Online advanced degree programs in nursing have multiplied rapidly in the past few years. (
  • Prevalence is typically shown as a percent (e.g. 1%) or a proportion (e.g. 1 in 100). (
  • In art, in situ refers to a work of art made specifically for a host site, or that a work of art takes into account the site in which it is installed or exhibited. (
  • Failure to account for the imputations and the complex sample design will result in incorrect estimation of standard errors. (
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  • We've invested more than $5 billion in cancer research since 1946, all to find more - and better - treatments, uncover factors that may cause cancer, and improve cancer patients' quality of life. (
  • We knew, intimately, that the value of the Himalayan forest was not to be found in the price of its timber, but in the way its extraordinary, abundant diversity sustains all forms of life - not least our own. (
  • Do you have a messy chef in your life? (
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  • The best things in life are free. (
  • This group represents an individual with drug dependencies or addictions who becomes "bound to the consequences of his or her choice," or, in other words, the consequences become part of his or her life. (
  • Influence of life stress on depression: moderation by a polymorphism in the 5-HTT gene. (
  • Science in China - Series C - Life sciences / Zhongguo ke xue yuan. (
  • What can I do to have a sense of normalcy in my life? (
  • What are the symptoms of reflux and GERD in children? (
  • The author is not aware of sufficient research on medication for PTSD in children to justify their use specifially for PTSD symptoms in this population. (
  • In the case of Hansen's disease and COVID-19, some symptoms could be associated with either disease. (
  • These policies aren't limited to schools, as at least 215 faith-based organizations have adopted tobacco-free policies for their buildings and grounds, and more than 36,000 individuals in 726 faith organizations receive monthly bulletins with health promoting tobacco prevention and cessation messages, plus information on resources to help prevent or address chronic diseases. (
  • ASD is reported to occur in all racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups. (
  • Childhood cancer encompasses a wide and heterogeneous range of rare cancers defined by the age group in which they occur. (
  • Pain can occur in any strong on my maternal side--my mother, grandmother, and part of the body but most commonly occurs in the great-grandmother all have it. (
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  • Many are opting to treat cancer, a main thrust in national programmes such as the UK 100,000 Genomes Project ( S5 ). (
  • Under the guidance of Maggie Paul, one of his Nation's song-carriers, Dutcher took century-old wax cylinder recordings in Wolastoq from the archives at the Canadian Museum of History, and transformed them into a masterpiece of musical imagination, blending his own voice with the voices of his ancestors. (
  • The US public's view of the nation's economy is the worst it's been in a decade, a new CNN Poll conducted by SSRS finds, with many Americans also saying they feel financial strain in their own lives . (
  • Fewer than half of Democrats say Biden has improved the nation's economic standing (45%), down from 58% in December. (
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  • I've seen this a lot over the years and not just in recessions: marketers who react to surface-level metrics without understanding actual business impact make poor budget decisions. (
  • Stay Put and Seal Off Your Space " means to stay put and seal off the space you are in from any outside air to make a safe place where you are . (
  • Sometimes the pain can keep you me, the pain was so bad and deep that it could almost take in bed, but I didn't make that an option for myself. (
  • Identify the types of drugs in our society and discuss the safe use of medicines. (
  • Discuss the different types of drugs used in our society: medicines (OTC and prescription drugs), natural and herbal remedies, age-restricted drugs (alcohol and tobacco), and illicit (illegal) drugs. (
  • A study investigating the use of prescription, OTC, and herbal medicines in a rural obstetric population of 578 participants found that over 90% of the patients took either prescription and/or OTC medication. (
  • Some medicines for GERD in children are over-the-counter, and some are prescription medicines. (
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  • In order to achieve his character's distinctive walk, he put on knee braces so he couldn't bend his legs, and taped up his ankles. (
  • With the error-free document deposited, click in the button in order to send to evaluation. (
  • Specialized services for Hansen's disease should keep their doors open to diagnose new cases and to respond to Hansen's disease emergencies, including reactions, in order to prevent unnecessary suffering, development of physical impairments or worsening of same. (
  • The lack of supporting evidence in the management of pediatric differentiated thyroid carcinoma means cultural divergences and expert opinion drive the differences between US and European guidelines. (
  • Technical and artistic development as evidenced in the poetry, evidence of risk, change, and artistic stamina, and evidence of different styles and modes of expression are considered. (
  • This report draws together available evidence and information from a wide range of published sources to present the case for an increased focus on addressing inequalities in childhood cancer within the Region. (
  • Milot T, Plamondon A, Ethier LS, Lemelin JP, St-Laurent D, Rousseau M. Validity of CBCL-Derived PTSD and Dissociation Scales: Further Evidence in a Sample of Neglected Children and Adolescents. (
  • This database aims to promote the use of best practices and evidence information to support decision-making processes in health care and management, as well as the process of developing new evidence-based studies with the application of EBM methodology. (
  • They provide a forum for dissemination of research findings and evidence to improve both patient care and health systems in general. (
  • The victim, fifty-four, was white and the well-heeled widow of a former executive at Cannon Mills, a major employer in the area. (
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  • As a consequence of this study, a change in the behavior of the professionals was observed, the materials distribution system for the surgical center was restructured, and a surgical kit was implemented. (
  • State and trait emotions in delinquent adolescents. (
  • Kadak MT, Nasiroglu S, Boysan M, Aydin A. Risk factors predicting posttraumatic stress reactions in adolescents after 2011 Van earthquake. (
  • Thus, an archaeological in situ find may be an object that was historically looted from another place, an item of "booty" of a past war, a traded item, or otherwise of foreign origin. (
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  • It can also refer to repairs made to the aircraft structure or flight controls while still in place. (
  • Overall, only 19% of Americans think Biden's policies have improved economic conditions in the US, with 26% saying they've had no effect and 55% saying they've made conditions worse - a further devolution since December, when 45% said the President's policies had made things worse. (
  • That's why it's so important to support the call, made in this report by Global Witness, for real protections to be afforded those on the frontline of this ecological and humanitarian catastrophe. (
  • Hanks was the star, with Meg Ryan, of Ephron's second film, the 1993 hit "Sleepless in Seattle," which made Ephron famous as a director. (
  • While significant progress has been made in recent years in improving survival and treatment quality for children with cancer, significant inequalities still exist across the WHO European Region. (
  • Giant strides are being made in mapping the human proteome and building a 'parts list' of the body ( S6 ). (
  • Consistency between the Federation and its States in matters of this law shall be made according to the corresponding provisions of the General Health Law. (
  • to review the experience with lamotrigine therapeutic drug monitoring in a tertiary epilepsy centre aiming to characterize the plasma concentrations profile. (
  • But unlike popular topics like Iran or Afghanistan, food security lacks two important qualities to be taken seriously in Washington, D.C., she added: 'It's not immediate, and it's not sexy. (
  • In addition to the services we provide, an important part of our work is understanding and challenging the social elements that impact suicide. (
  • This came less than two weeks before the important Jan. 28 meeting in London, which will set the tone for the Afghan president's relations with the international community over the coming months. (
  • However, it is important that we allow our minds to wander fearlessly into the unknown and float freely into the unexpected-whether in awake or asleep-for in mastering the art of doing nothing, we can immerse ourselves in the pure joy of just being alive. (
  • Following this list is important since writing of the research project, as it allows the project itself to be built to the recommended standard, which may come to help us avoid future errors in report writing. (
  • Health science journals are an important element in health systems. (
  • This is especially important in the case of elderly patients with other diseases such as hypertension and/or diabetes, or those who are immunosuppressed. (
  • Medical and public health improvements over the past century have led to dramatic increases in longevity. (
  • Meanwhile, the United States faces new challenges to its economic standing in the world, including unfair competitive pressures from foreign monopolies and firms that are state-owned or state-sponsored, or whose market power is directly supported by foreign governments. (
  • She did it, she says, because she fell in love with Long when he was "just a number to the state. (
  • A motion put forward by the Australian Services Union before Labor's state conference on the weekend calls for the party to repeal the bill and "never support any legislation" restricting peaceful protest in the state. (