*  Behavioral Drug and HIV Risk Reduction Counseling With MMT in China - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov
Reduction of drug- and sex-related HIV risk behaviors [ Time Frame: Up to 10 months ]. drug-related and sex-related HIV risk ... counseling that is efficacious in reducing HIV risks and drug use and is feasible to provide with MMT will greatly improve the ... Efficacy will be evaluated with regard to our primary outcome measures: reduction of drug- and sex-related HIV risk behaviors, ... The combination of poor knowledge and frequent engagement in high-risk behaviors increases their own risk of infections, and ...
  https://clinicaltrials.gov/show/NCT01389180?order=152
*  Carisoprodol - Wikipedia
... overly rapid dose reduction greatly increases the risk of patient non-compliance such as the abuse of illicitly obtained ... behavior. Severe overdoses may present with respiratory depression (and subsequent pulmonary aspiration), coma, and death.[ ... The combination of hydrocodone and carisoprodol is referred to in some harm-reduction forums as a "Las Vegas cocktail". Many ... NCQA's HEDIS Measure: Use of High Risk Medications in the Elderly Archived 1 February 2010 at the Wayback Machine. Melinda J ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carisoprodol
*  Publication: Youth in Action on Climate Change Inspirations from Around the World English | Climate Change Mitigation |...
Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction in the Education Sector Resource Manual UNICEF has developed this ... to help young people understand the causes and consequences of climate change and bring about changes in attitudes and behavior ... has greatly ... Through Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction ( ... Rainforest Protection and Disaster Risk Reduction, Guyana Guyana makes a vast contribution to climate change mitigation thanks ...
  https://www.scribd.com/doc/147300692/Publication-Youth-in-Action-on-Climate-Change-Inspirations-from-Around-the-World-English
*  Adapting an Evidence-Based Intervention Targeting HIV-Infected Prisoners in Malaysia
In addition, articles relating to prevention, education, and behavior change will be considered. ... Attitudes about Risk Reduction Behavior. When questioned about their patients' attitudes regarding risk reduction behavior, ... One of these participants added that, although condoms were good to use for safety, they greatly diminished sexual pleasure. ... Common HIV Risk Behaviors. In the discussion about common types of HIV risk behaviors among prisoners, regarding condom use, ...
  https://www.hindawi.com/journals/art/2011/131045/
*  Breastfeeding as Super-Med « Natural Family Planning International
20% reduction in risk of leukemia. -15% reduction in risk of acute lymphocytic leukemia. -could save $13 billion per year in ... greatly reduces the risk for neglect or abuse by the mother. For Exclusive Breastfeeding for 3 Months. -risk of otitis media ... preterm infants who receive primarily human milk have significantly better scores for mental, motor, and behavior ratings at ... 52% reduction in celiac disease when infant is fed only breast milk at time of gluten exposure. -31% reduction in risk for ...
  http://nfpandmore.org/wordpress/?p=1880&cpage=1
*  CXCR5 | Cancer Genetics Web
Cancer Prevention and Risk Reduction Del Grosso F, Coco S, Scaruffi P, et al.. Role of CXCL13-CXCR5 crosstalk between malignant ... RESULTS: Exposure of CXCR4⁺CXCR7⁺ cancer cells to CXCL12 greatly potentiated their TEM towards the chemokines CCL19 and CXCL13 ... Regulation of their TEM behavior by various concentrations of the various cognate chemokines for the above-mentioned receptors ... METHODS: A total of 595 patients with high risk, [corrected] early breast cancer were treated in a 2-arm trial (HE10/97) with ...
  http://www.cancerindex.org/geneweb/CXCR5.htm
*  Association of Coronary Heart Disease Risk Factors With Microscopic Qualities of Coronary Atherosclerosis in Youth | Circulation
... risk reduction over 5 years.37 The high prevalence of risk factors in the PDAY sample (Table 1⇑) and in living children and ... 35 36 The survivors will be at greatly increased risk of recurrence, and aggressive lipid lowering offers at best only ≈40% ... Although changing the behavior of young people is a difficult task, available information indicates that the earlier the ... Prevalence of Risk Factors. Table 1⇑ gives the prevalence of each of the risk factors. Only 22.4% of these adolescents and ...
  http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/102/4/374
*  Bipedalism - Wikipedia
The difficulties associated with simple standing in upright humans are highlighted by the greatly increased risk of falling ... suggests a reduction in inter-male antagonistic behavior in early hominids. In addition, this model is supported by a number of ... Instead, the reduction of the male hominid canine is consistent with reduced inter-male aggression in a group living primate. ... Zoologists often label behaviors, including bipedalism, as "facultative" (i.e. optional) or "obligate" (the animal has no ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bipedalism
*  In this issue: the editor's two cents | Injury Prevention
... "stricter legislation may be effective in the reduction of risk behavior".. Another "first" is the report by Chatsantiprapa and ... In this instance, they show that police reports alone greatly underestimate the incidence of child vehicle occupant injuries. ... It may be self evident that drowsiness poses a risk for safe driving, but to my surprise (and that of our reviewers) this had ... Thus the study by Cummings et al (p 194), a model of scientific elegance, offers some conclusive answers not only about risk ...
  http://injuryprevention.bmj.com/content/7/3/170
*  Disaster risk reduction - Wikipedia
... it has been seen that understanding the social capital already existent in the community can greatly help reducing the risk at ... The second assumption is that disasters produce passive 'victims' who are overwhelmed by crisis or dysfunctional behavior ( ... strengthening disaster risk governance to manage disaster risk; investing in disaster risk reduction for resilience; enhancing ... Disaster risk reduction (DRR) is a systematic approach to identifying, assessing and reducing the risks of disaster. It aims to ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disaster_risk_reduction
*  Evidence mounts that short or poor sleep can lead to increased eating and risk of diabetes | EurekAlert! Science News
As in a number of other studies of sleep deprivation or poor sleep in humans and rats, the sleep restricted rats greatly ... Stimulation of feeding behavior results from, among other factors, increased activity of orexin (hypocretin) neurons in the ... coupled with rapid mobilization of hepatic and muscle glycogen followed by reduction in abdominal white adipose tissue. ... Evidence mounts that short or poor sleep can lead to increased eating and risk of diabetes. Federation of American Societies ...
  https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2009-04/foas-emt041709.php
*  Implementation and evaluation of a harm-reduction model for clinical care of substance using pregnant women.
Particularly promising is harm reduction programming offered to high-risk, marginalized pregnant women and their support ... Brecht ML,O'Brien A,von Mayrhauser C,Anglin MD,Methamphetamine use behaviors and gender differencesAddict BehavYear: ... Bates B,Body image varies greatly among Asian groupsClinical Psychiatry NewsYear: 2004. ... The literature on harm reduction in pregnancy from the U.S. mainly focuses on harm reduction by reducing use, not specific ...
  http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Implementation-Evaluation-Harm-Reduction-Model/22260315.html
*  Weight Loss and Disease Prevention ... ( Medical Ment...)
The unique medical practice will offer in-home cardiac risk assessment, medication reduction counseling, mentored grocery ... Anderson realize that sharing meals with people would greatly simplify the task of assessing eating habits. She said, 'So many ... but there was no opportunity to understand what choices and behaviors were making people overweight to begin with,' Dr. ... Overweight toddlers and those not in day care at risk for iron deficiency. 6. Weight Watchers Declares Quarterly Dividend. 7. ...
  http://www.bio-medicine.org/medicine-news-1/Weight-Loss-and-Disease-Prevention-Head-Home--25238-1/
*  HIV/AIDS in Mozambique - Wikipedia
... individual risk behaviors are still greatly influenced by social norms, and much still needs to be done in order to best ... such as reduction of risk behaviors, condom use, male circumcision, antiretroviral therapy administration, and treatment of co- ... education about high-risk behaviors and their reduction; strengthening the provision of healthcare; and partnerships with local ... General development in social acceptance of risk reduction strategies is still under way within the nation. Country-wide ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HIV/AIDS_in_Mozambique
*  NASA - Commercial Biomedical Test Module - 2
Cancer-related gene expression profiles in the thymus differed greatly between the FLT and AEM groups. The data obtained from ... In response to flight, the mice exhibited reductions in liver, spleen and thymus masses in comparison to ground controls. The ... The results of this research could be applied towards minimizing the risk of fracture in crewmembers during future exploratory ... Additionally, all three have been linked to 'sickness behavior' and, therefore, CNS-immune communication. This study will ...
  https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/research/experiments/201.html
*  Clonazepam - Wikipedia
A gradual reduction in dosage reduces the severity of the benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome. Due to the risks of tolerance and ... Rapid eye movement behavior disorder responds well to low doses of clonazepam. The treatment of acute and chronic akathisia ... Use of alcohol or other CNS depressants while taking clonazepam greatly intensifies the effects (and side-effects) of the drug ... It may increase risk of suicide in people who are depressed. If used during pregnancy it may result in harm to the baby. It ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clonazepam
*  Pharmas Challenged by Product Risk and Philanthropy Fatigue - Drugs.com MedNews
Covalence Pharmaceutical Industry Report 2008 Increased attention on product human risk and smaller media coverage of drug ... Product Human Risk contributed highly to the industry's EthicalQuote score reduction. Major issues have been cancer, legal, ... It has been surpassed by Automobiles & Parts and Technology Hardware that progressed greatly because of their environmental ... revealing a truly integrated responsible behavior. In our view companies that today earn the most points on criteria Socially ...
  https://www.drugs.com/news/pharmas-challenged-product-risk-philanthropy-fatigue-13560.html
*  December 5, 2017 at 8:04 am
We all should know the dangers of driving while drowsy, but a bizarre form of "complex automatic behavior" as it is known in ... Attempting a reduction in unnecessary body fat and sleeping in alternative positions are among the options available to ... Increased risk factors for development of Obstructive Sleep Apnea do not only include innate physiological features. Along with ... Coming in recurring episodes that may last multiple weeks or even for months, KLS sufferers suffer greatly extended sleeping ...
  http://www.toptenz.net/10-dangerous-disruptive-sleep-disorders.php
*  SnailDisFAQs
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*  The Giving Partner
ENGAGEMENT by participants in risk-reduction behaviors. EMPOWERMENT as positive parents and role-models ... Short term goals vary greatly due to the diversity of issues faced by pregnant women and their families. Today's families need ... and assure access to risk reduction services. Please help us continue to provide for these at-risk mothers and babies in 2015- ... Healthy Start short-term goals are consistent and geared to risk-reduction. Immediate goals for case mangers are:. ENROLLMENT ...
  http://thegivingpartner.guidestar.org/profile/1119660/charlotte-county-healthy-start-coalition.aspx
*  Physicians call for improvements to country's public health system to protect US... ( (New Orleans) A call for an improve...)
ACP is greatly concerned that recent and proposed reductions in funding for agencies responsible for public health are posing a ... Evidence-based educational strategies should be used to influence behavior and increase vaccination rates. ... protect the public from environmental and infectious health risks, prepare for natural disasters and bioterrorism, and provide ... to counter misinformation about the risks of vaccinations, and to encourage increased vaccination rates, particularly for ...
  http://www.bio-medicine.org/medicine-news-1/Physicians-call-for-improvements-to-countrys-public-health-system-to-protect-US-residents-90395-1/
*  Medical expenses of urban Chinese patients with stomach cancer during 2002-2011: a hospital-based multicenter retrospective...
Manning WG, Basu A, Mullahy J. Generalized modeling approaches to risk adjustment of skewed outcomes data. J Health Econ. 2005; ... Therefore, with rising expenses per gastric cancer patient, we might not see reduction of care expenses for gastric cancer. ... We were concerned about the possibility that some patients were treated in multiple hospitals, which greatly harms the ... an adopted Western lifestyle characterized by sedentary behavior, high-fat diets and obesity closely related with high body ...
  https://rd.springer.com/article/10.1186/s12885-018-4357-y
*  Stressful Experiences Put Women With Heart Disease at Risk
Study finds that women with heart disease are put at far more risk by emotional stress than men with the same condition. Gain ... Agoraphobia Can Greatly Increase Heart Disease Risk. Women have a relatively high rate of exposure to agoraphobia and therefore ... Fortunately most of the risk factors for coronary heart disease are related to voluntary behaviors and are therefore amenable ... Women 55 and under saw reductions in blood flow that were three times greater than men in the same age group, while women aged ...
  https://www.promises.com/articles/mental-health/stressful-experiences-put-women-with-heart-disease-at-extreme-risk/
*  Randomized Controlled Pilot Study Testing Use of Smartphone Technology for Obesity Treatment
... weight control and health risks associated with obesity. ... health worker cardiovascular disease risk reduction in urban ... More than one-third of US adults (35.7%) are obese [1] which greatly increases their risks for hypertension, hyperlipidemia, ... Data on the outcome and lifestyle behaviors were collected at the time of randomization and at 6 months. Weight and height were ... Even modest weight loss of 5%-10% of initial body weight can reduce the risk of these negative health consequences [2]. ...
  https://www.hindawi.com/journals/jobe/2013/151597/
*  Smoking and Your Heart | National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI)
... quitting smoking greatly reduces the risk of recurrent heart attack and cardiovascular death. In many studies, this reduction ... Learn New Skills and Behaviors. Try new activities to replace smoking. For example, instead of smoking after a meal, take a ... Secondhand smoke greatly increases adults' risk of heart attack and death.. Secondhand smoke also raises the risk of future ... Secondhand smoke greatly increases adults' risk of heart attack and death.. Secondhand smoke also raises children and teens' ...
  https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health-topics/smoking-and-your-heart