Assessing major accident risks to support land-use planning using a severity-vulnerability combination method: a case study in Dagushan Peninsula, China - Ma S, Zhang S, Yu C, Zheng H, Song G, Semakula HM, Chai Y.

This article aims at proposing a method to ass...
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Authors: Şenışık S, Denerel N, Köyağasıoğlu O, Tunç S Abstract OBJECTIVE: We aimed to explore whether the mental health status of professional athletes was affected by the isolation period in which organized sports were suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. METHODS: A total of 612 volunteers between the ages of 18-38 enrolled in the study, 418 of them were athletes engaged in team sports or individual sports and 194 of them were non-athletes. Participants completed the Depression - Anxiety - Stress Scale 21 (DASS-21), the Impact of Events Scale-Revised (IES-R) and International Physical Act...
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This article focuses on former "comfort woman" Gil Won-ok's story to explore the dialectical relationship between place and self, or what Edward Casey calls the "geographical self." Gil was one of thousands of women who were used as sex slaves by the Imper...
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Sarin is a highly toxic nerve agent that was developed for chemical warfare during World War II and is used in present conflicts. Immediate effects of acute sarin exposure are established; however, whether effects persist after initial signs have subsided ...
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This article identifies these barriers as social justice issues to emphasize their significance and the inequality of primary care received by people with SCI. Primary care...
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The challenges of providing optimal healthcare for individuals with brain injuries are heightened by the unique complexity of the injury itself. Survivors with long-term needs often encounter precarious situations where they struggle to receive services in...
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This report presents the dynamic observation of myocardial injury associated with hydrogen sulfide poisoning. CASE REPOR...
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Background and Objectives: The aim of this study was to determine the predictability of the PLS-SEM (Partial Least Squares-structural Eqation Modeling) model for injuries resulting in hospitalization in motorcyclists using a mediator variable in a case-con...
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OBJECTIVE: Caregivers of individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) frequently experience anxiety related to the caregiver role. Often this is due to a caregiver's perceived need to avoid people and situations that might upset or "trigger" the care reci...
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Epidemiologic studies reported an association between exposure to ambient air pollutants and increased mortality rate attributed to suicide and suicide attempts. The investigation sought to determine whether there is an association between short-term ambie...
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