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  • Dairy intake and type 2 diabetes risk factors: A narrative review. [Review]
    Diabetes Metab Syndr 2019; 13(5):2879-2887Mitri J, Mohd Yusof BN, … Hamdy O
  • CONCLUSIONS: Dairy products, when incorporated into a healthy diet, likely do not have detrimental effects on glucose-related outcomes. The potential impact of dairy consumption on glucose tolerance tests, insulin levels, insulin sensitivity measures, and plasma glucose levels warrant future investigation.
  • Single-Perspective Warps in Natural Image Stitching. [Journal Article]
    IEEE Trans Image Process 2019Liao T, Li N
  • Results of image stitching can be perceptually divided into single-perspective and multiple-perspective. Compared to the multiple-perspective result, the single-perspective result excels in perspective consistency but suffers from projective distortion. In this paper, we propose two single-perspective warps for natural image stitching. The first one is a parametric warp, which is an incremental c…
  • Associations Between Breastfeeding and Mother-Infant Relationships: A Systematic Review. [Journal Article]
    Breastfeed Med 2019Peñacoba C, Catala P
  • CONCLUSIONS: It is complicated to extract generalizable results because of the conceptual and instrumental variability of the mother-child relationship. This association is complex and the way in which breastfeeding is carried out would appear to be a decisive factor, influenced in turn by additional variables that should also be taken into account. The relationship indicators most frequently associated to breastfeeding are maternal sensitivity and secure attachment.
  • An Early Developmental Marker of Deficit versus Nondeficit Schizophrenia. [Journal Article]
    Schizophr Bull 2019Kirkpatrick B, Gürbüz Oflezer Ö, … Fernandez-Egea E
  • People with schizophrenia and primary negative symptoms (deficit schizophrenia) differ from those without such symptoms (nondeficit schizophrenia) on risk factors, course of illness, other signs and symptoms, treatment response, and biological correlates. These differences suggest that the 2 groups may also have developmental differences. A previous study found that people with schizophrenia have…
  • A systematic review on surgical treatment of primary epigastric hernias. [Review]
    Hernia 2019Blonk L, Civil YA, … van der Velde S
  • CONCLUSIONS: This review demonstrated that studies investigating surgical treatment of primary epigastric hernias are scarce. The best available evidence suggests that mesh reinforcement in primary epigastric hernia repair possibily leads to less recurrences and that laparoscopic repair leads to less postoperative pain. Due to the high risk of selection bias of included studies and heterogenic study populations, no clear recommendations can be conducted. High-quality studies with well-defined patient groups and clear endpoints, primarily focusing on primary epigastric hernias, are mandatory.
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