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This study evaluates treatment outcomes from a clinical cohort with task-sharing between a clinical nurse practitioner and a medical officer. The researchers examined opportunities to increase treatment rates for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in South Africa. Read more Climate Change Health Impact of Climate Change in Older People: An Integrative Review and Implications for Nursing by Erwin William A. Leyva*, Adam Beaman, and Patricia Davidson in the Journal of Nursing Scholarship Older people account for the highest proportion of mortality from extreme weather events associated with climate change. This article describes the health impacts of climate change on that population. Read more ...
In this study, the peel, pulp, and seeds of Vitis labrusca L. grapes were characterized by LC-DAD and ICP OES and changes in polyphenols, macro- and microelements were monitored using simulated human digestion. The pulp and seeds were characterized by flavanols, and the peels were high in phenolic acids. After the digestion, the highest bioaccessibility was found for quercetin (85%), while anthocyanins diglucosides were more bioaccessible in the gastric phase (153% and 113% for malvidin and cyanidin, respectively). The digestion of grape peels resulted in higher bioaccessibility of most minerals, suggesting the nutritional...
Conclusion The routine use of BITA versus SITA in PVD patients does not improve long-term survival. Selective use of BITA in lower risk patients might unmask the benefits of BITA.
Two people developed cancer after organ donations from a woman who had the undetected disease.
THE NUMBER of over-65s seeking treatment for sexually transmitted infections has hit a record high. The generation which enjoyed the "summer of love" in the swinging sixties is now suffering from unprecedented levels of STIs, with the number soaring 14 per cent in the past year.
[Bhekisisa] In this province, the agricultural and mining sectors draw thousands of workers each year - and then they disappear. Here's why we need to find them.
[Bhekisisa] The investigation of an independent panel recommends reviewing whether executive director Michel Sidib é should continue in his role.
Suicide rates among the U.S. working age population have been increasing. Are workers in certain occupations at greater risk?Morbidity &Mortality Weekly Report
Hospitals exist to take care of sick people, with the goal of making them better. Hospitals employ and work with health care professionals, again who are sworn to put taking care of patients ahead of all other concerns.However, since we foundedHealth Care Renewal, we have noted striking examples of hospital leaders threatening their hospitals'fundamental mission and/or health care professionals'core values, which we dubbedmission-hostile management. We also saw mission-hostile management affecting the broader health care industry, particularly pharmaceutical and device companies. Most recently, the most s...
In this study, 129 bacterial isolates were obtained from the less and more weathered mica schist surfaces and the adjacent soil and characterized for mineral dissolving activity, population, and the linkage of rock weathering level and distribution of the bacteria. Among the 129 isolates, 112 isolates could dissolve biotite. The relative abundance of the highly effective Fe solubilizers was significantly higher on the more altered rock surface (89.6%) than in the soil (51.2%) and on the less altered rock surface (22.5%), while the relative abundance of the highly effective Si solubilizers was significantly higher in the so...
ConclusionsThe findings in our study suggest that those who visited a dentist in the last year, had natural teeth and no denture/s and reported no chewing problems had better dietary intake. The results emphasize the importance of maintaining adequate dental health, preserving natural teeth and regular dental visits in the elderly to assure adequate nutrient status in this age group.
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