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  • A demographic test of accidental versus intentional island colonization by Pleistocene humans. [Journal Article]
    J Hum Evol. 2020 Jul 06; 145:102839.Ihara Y, Ikeya K, … Kaifu Y
  • This study evaluates the hypothesis that some documented cases of long-distance sea crossing by the Late Pleistocene Homo sapiens occurred as a result of accidental drifting, rather than by intentional seafaring. For that purpose, we use an existing computer simulation framework, with some modifications, to investigate the likelihood that a planned or unplanned island colonization by a small grou…
  • Prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 in Spain (ENE-COVID): a nationwide, population-based seroepidemiological study. [Journal Article]
    Lancet. 2020 Jul 03 [Online ahead of print]Pollán M, Pérez-Gómez B, … ENE-COVID Study Group
  • CONCLUSIONS: The majority of the Spanish population is seronegative to SARS-CoV-2 infection, even in hotspot areas. Most PCR-confirmed cases have detectable antibodies, but a substantial proportion of people with symptoms compatible with COVID-19 did not have a PCR test and at least a third of infections determined by serology were asymptomatic. These results emphasise the need for maintaining public health measures to avoid a new epidemic wave.
  • Associations of perceived adverse lifetime experiences with brain structure in UK Biobank participants. [Journal Article]
    J Child Psychol Psychiatry. 2020 Jul 09 [Online ahead of print]Gheorghe DA, Li C, … Bauermeister S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Using a large population cohort, this study demonstrates the value of big datasets in the study of adversity and using automatically preprocessed neuroimaging phenotypes. While retrospective and cross-sectional characteristics limit interpretation, this study demonstrates that self-perceived adversity reports, however nonspecific, may still expose neural consequences, identifiable with increased statistical power.
  • Nationwide serological surveillance of non-tsetse-transmitted horse trypanosomoses in Mongolia. [Journal Article]
    Parasite Epidemiol Control. 2020 Aug; 10:e00158.Mizushima D, Amgalanbaatar T, … Suganuma K
  • In Mongolia, horses play important roles, not only in livestock production, but also in terms of culture, tradition, and Mongolian beliefs. Although the presence of non-tsetse-transmitted horse trypanosomoses, which are caused by infections with Trypanosoma evansi (surra) and T. equiperdum (dourine), has been reported in the country, whether there is a nationwide epidemic of these infectious dise…
  • Dataset of driving behaviours in Selangor, Malaysia. [Journal Article]
    Data Brief. 2020 Aug; 31:105783.You HW, Abdul Rahman A, Hendri Dwisatrya LH
  • Road traffic accidents have been recognised as a leading cause of death, and one of the prominent public health problems. The human factor, which is the driving behaviour in particular, is said to be the main cause. In line with this, the objective of this research is to present a data article on the response of driving behaviours among drivers. Driving behaviours have been classified into five d…
  • Clinical factors associated with mood affective disorders among adults with cerebral palsy. [Journal Article]
    Neurol Clin Pract. 2020 Jun; 10(3):206-213.Whitney DG, Warschausky SA, … Peterson MD
  • CONCLUSIONS: Among young and middle-aged adults with CP, mood (affective) disorders were associated with pain, sleep disorders, and fatigue, and increasing co-occurrence of these factors further increased the likelihood of mood (affective) disorders. Further, comorbid neurodevelopmental conditions were also associated with mood (affective) disorders among adults with CP. Study findings could be used to improve screening strategies for mood (affective) disorders among adults with CP in the clinical setting.
  • Impacts of a Home Visiting Program Enhanced with Content on Healthy Birth Spacing. [Journal Article]
    Matern Child Health J. 2020 Jul 07 [Online ahead of print]Zief S, Deke J, … Asheer S
  • CONCLUSIONS: These findings are primarily favorable and consistent with the program content and goals. Smaller than anticipated sample sizes due to recruitment challenges increased the chances for random error to affect the ability to detect statistically significant differences on many of our other outcomes; Bayesian posterior probabilities can therefore aid in interpreting the impact estimates. More research of this promising model is warranted.
  • Bullying Victimization among Mexican Adolescents: Psychosocial Differences from an Ecological Approach. [Journal Article]
    Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2020 Jul 04; 17(13)Nuñez-Fadda SM, Castro-Castañeda R, … Callejas-Jerónimo JE
  • This transversal study over a random representative sample of 1687 Mexican students attending public and private secondary schools (54% girls, 12-17 years old, M = 13.65. DT = 1.14) aimed to analyze psychosocial differences between victims and non-victims of bullying from the bioecological model. It included individual variables (ontosystem), familiar, community, and scholar factors (microsystem)…
  • Antidiabetic Agents for Treatment of Parkinson's Disease: A Meta-Analysis. [Review]
    Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2020 Jul 03; 17(13)Wang SY, Wu SL, … Chuang CS
  • Background: Clinical and epidemiological studies suggest that two of the most common geriatric diseases, type 2 diabetes and Parkinson's disease (PD), are linked. These studies notably suggest that treatment of insulin resistance in type 2 diabetes may beneficially modify the pathophysiology of PD and help to maintain motor and nonmotor function. In this meta-analysis, we evaluate the efficacy of…
  • Patterns of cardiovascular risk and disease in HIV-positive adults on anti-retroviral therapy in Mozambique. [Journal Article]
    Cardiovasc J Afr. 2020 Jun 19; 31:1-5.Dobe I, Manafe N, … Mocumbi A
  • CONCLUSIONS: This young cohort of HIV-positive patients on ART showed lower occurrence of tuberculous pericarditis and dilated cardiomyopathy but high cardiovascular risk, as assessed by the presence of obesity, hypertension and anaemia. Cardiac abnormalities needing multidisciplinary care were also found. There is a need for tailored cardiovascular risk stratification and screening for cardiovascular disease in HIV-positive patients on ART in Africa.
  • Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on Iranian patients with epilepsy. [Journal Article]
    Acta Neurol Scand. 2020 Jul 06 [Online ahead of print]Asadi-Pooya AA, Farazdaghi M, Bazrafshan M
  • CONCLUSIONS: About one-third of patients with epilepsy expressed significant hardship obtaining their drugs after the intensification of the COVID-19 outbreak in Iran. The current COVID-19 pandemic could be considered as a major shock to a nation that has already been under significant pressure (i.e., Iran).
  • Correlation of resting heart rate with anthropometric factors and serum biomarkers in a population-based study: Fasa PERSIAN cohort study. [Journal Article]
    BMC Cardiovasc Disord. 2020 Jul 06; 20(1):319.Goorakani Y, Sedigh Rahimabadi M, … Homayounfar R
  • CONCLUSIONS: A total number of 9975 persons from 35 to 90 years old were included. The overall median resting heart rate was 74 (interquartile range:66-80). Mean age has no important difference between males and females (P = 0.79) but, resting heart rate was significantly higher in females (76.6 versus 71.4, P < 0.001). All anthropometric factors except wrist circumference were higher in females (P < 0.05). Age has an adverse effect on resting heart rate and also, there was a direct association between resting heart rate and systolic blood pressure and blood glucose. Alpha-blockers (coefficient = 5.2) and Beta1-blockers (coefficient = - 2.2) were the most effective drugs with positive and negative effects on resting heart rate respectively. Lower hemoglobin, obesity, and more body mass index, and more low-density lipoprotein were associated with more resting heart rate. Continuing the monitoring of this sample via our cohort study and put to action multinational prospective researches with large sample sizes and long follow-ups can lead to more precise results and better scientific judgments.
  • Detecting Matching Blunders of Multi-Source Remote Sensing Images via Graph Theory. [Journal Article]
    Sensors (Basel). 2020 Jul 02; 20(13)Deng C, Yuan X, … Chen J
  • Large radiometric and geometric distortion in multi-source images leads to fewer matching points with high matching blunder ratios, and global geometric relationship models between multi-sensor images are inexplicit. Thus, traditional matching blunder detection methods cannot work effectively. To address this problem, we propose two matching blunder detection methods based on graph theory. The pr…
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