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21,067 results
  • An Occupational Heat-Health Warning System for Europe: The HEAT-SHIELD Platform. [Journal Article]
    Int J Environ Res Public Health 2019; 16(16)Morabito M, Messeri A, … Nybo L
  • Existing heat-health warning systems focus on warning vulnerable groups in order to reduce mortality. However, human health and performance are affected at much lower environmental heat strain levels than those directly associated with higher mortality. Moreover, workers are at elevated health risks when exposed to prolonged heat. This study describes the multilingual "HEAT-SHIELD occupational wa…
  • Changes in salivary output after induction at high-altitude areas and its effects on dental caries among Indian Army troops. [Journal Article]
    Med J Armed Forces India 2019; 75(3):288-292Kumar N, Dhiman RK, … Pearl B
  • CONCLUSIONS: A decrease in body fluids and changed sympathetic and parasympathetic at HAA lead to decreased salivary secretions. Low water intake, high carbohydrate solid diet, negligible supply of fresh food, difficulty in maintenance of oral hygiene, and overall stress due to loneliness are all contributory factors for an increase in dental caries. It clearly demonstrates that prolonged stay at HAA affects salivary volume outflow, both stimulated and unstimulated, which has a corresponding effect on new caries.
  • From epithelial remodelling to carcinogenesis. [Letter]
    Prog Biophys Mol Biol 2019Satora L, Mytych J, … Kozioł K
  • The novel cancer theory named 'the tissue organization field theory' (TOFT) suggests that carcinogenesis is a process analogous to embryonic development, whereby organs are formed through interactions among different cell types. The suggested 'morphological remodelling' of the epithelium under hypoxia in gut breathing fish (GBF) has many common features with carcinogenesis. It appears that resear…
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