Care for Economic Development, Then Care for Food Nutrition, Food Researcher Tells Africa ’s Politicians
The post Care for Economic Development, Then Care for Food Nutrition, Food Researcher Tells Africa’s Politicians appeared first on Inter Press Service. Excerpt: Inter Press Service (IPS) journalist Busani Bafana sat down with Busi Maziya-Dixon, a Senior Food and Nutrition Scientist at the International Institute for Tropical Agriculture (IITA) ahead of the 10th International Forum on Food and Nutrition. Maziya-Dixon warns there is no country which will achieve economic development with an undernourished population. The post Care for Economic Development, Then Care for Food Nutrition, Food Researcher Tells Africa’s Politicians appeared first on Inter Press Service.
Publication date: Available online 15 January 2020Source: NeuroImage: ClinicalAuthor(s): Laurel S. Morris, Aaron Tan, Derek A. Smith, Mora Grehl, Kuang Han-Huang, Thomas P. Naidich, Dennis S. Charney, Priti Balchandani, Prantik Kundu, James W. MurroughAbstractThe locus coeruleus (LC) has a long-established role in the attentional and arousal response to threat, and in the emergence of pathological anxiety in pre-clinical models. However, human evidence of links between LC function and pathological anxiety has been restricted by limitations in discerning LC with current neuroimaging techniques. We combined ultra-high field ...
Publication date: Available online 15 January 2020Source: NeuroImage: ClinicalAuthor(s): José V. Manjón, Alexa Bertó, José E. Romero, Enrique Lanuza, Roberto Vivo-Hernando, Fernando Aparici-Robles, Pierrick CoupeAbstractParkinson is a very prevalent neurodegenerative disease impacting the life of millions of people worldwide. Although its cause remains unknown, its functional and structural analysis is fundamental to advance in the search of a cure or symptomatic treatment. The automatic segmentation of deep brain structures related to Parkinson`s disease could be beneficial for the follow up an...
ConclusionsWe report further evidence of a distinct subtype of dilated perivascular spaces occurring in the anterior temporal lobe in association with a vascular loop of a branch of the MCA. In addition, we have demonstrated that these may also occur in the frontal operculum. We therefore suggest that these dilated perivascular spaces of the operculum be recognised as a separate, fourth, subtype of perivascular space and propose the term “opercular perivascular cyst”.
ConclusionTranscatheter hepatic arterial bland embolization induces local and systemic increased infiltration of Th17 cells and expression of their signature cytokine IL-17. In a simulated post-embolization environment, IL-17 significantly reduced McA-RH7777 cell migration.
ConclusionNTMBP-RFA is a safe and effective treatment for S-HCC not puncturable via the non-tumorous liver parenchyma.