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  • Is higher resilience predictive of lower stress and better mental health among corporate executives? [Journal Article]
  • PlosPLoS One 2019; 14(6):e0218092
  • Kermott CA, Johnson RE, … Sood A
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this cross-sectional survey of a large cohort of corporative executives, the lower-resilience cohort had a 4-fold higher prevalence of depression and an almost 3-fold higher prevalence of anxiety compared with the higher-resilience cohort. High resilience was positively associated with well-being and negatively associated with perceived stress. Our findings suggest that higher resilience in the executive workplace environment is associated with better mental health, reduced stress, and greater well-being.
  • Spinal manipulation frequency and dosage effects on clinical and physiological outcomes: a scoping review. [Journal Article]
  • CMChiropr Man Therap 2019; 27:23
  • Pasquier M, Daneau C, … Descarreaux M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results of this study showed that SM dosage and frequency effects have been mostly studied over the past two decades. Definitions for these two concepts however differ across studies. Overall, the results showed that treatment frequency does not significantly affect clinical outcomes during and following a SM treatment period. Dosage effects clearly influence short-term physiological responses to SM treatment, but relationships between these responses and clinical outcomes remains to be investigated.
  • The E-Cigarette Debate: What Counts as Evidence? [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Public Health 2019; 109(7):1000-1006
  • Fairchild AL, Bayer R, Lee JS
  • Two major public health evaluations of e-cigarettes-one from the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM), the other from Public Health England (PHE)-were issued back to back …
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