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ID29716391Published Date2020-08-01JournalEthnicity & health, 2020-08-01, Volume 25
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) affects 47% of African-American adults (AAs) in the United States. Elevated cholesterol, the greatest risk factor for CVD, is highly prevalent among AAs, potentially as the result of engagement in behavioral risk factors. Religiosity has been associated with a beneficial effect in health promoting behaviors, yet findings have been mixed depending on methods employed. Religious health fatalism, defined as 'the belief that health outcomes are inevitable and/or deter…
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ID32154985Published Date2020-08-01JournalBiological reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 2020-08-01, Volume 95
Large-bodied predators are well represented among the world's threatened and endangered species. A significant body of literature shows that in terrestrial and marine ecosystems large predators can play important roles in ecosystem structure and functioning. By contrast, the ecological roles and importance of large predators within freshwater ecosystems are poorly understood, constraining the design and implementation of optimal conservation strategies for freshwater ecosystems. Conservationi…
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ID31502109Published Date2020-08-01JournalJournal of immigrant and minority health, 2020-08-01, Volume 22
To compare the willingness for HCV testing, HCV-knowledge, socio economic status, and HCV related risky behavior among male and female Latino offenders. Participants (n = 201) were recruited from the corrections system in Miami and interviewed. Backward stepwise logistic regression was conducted to compare gender-associated risk. Females (n = 81) were more likely to be engaged in risky sexual and drug behavior compared to males (n = 120). Overall, around 70% of the study population were inter…
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ID28478694Published Date2020-08-01JournalJournal of attention disorders, 2020-08-01, Volume 24
To determine the extent to which children in poverty show differential benefit versus non-impoverished peers when undergoing behavioral treatment for ADHD. Multiple readers conducted a systematic review using four research databases, one national treatment database, and multiple recent reviews and meta-analyses to identify appropriate studies. Of 1192 initial search results, only five studies met inclusion criteria and were fully abstracted. Results suggest mixed evidence that low-income chil…
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IDDOI:10.1177/1367006919844032Published Date2020-08-01JournalInternational Journal of Bilingualism, 2020-08-01, Volume 24
Aims and Objectives: This study examined how age of acquisition, immersion in a native English-speaking environment, and phonological environment influence Akan-English bilinguals’ production of English inter-dental fricatives. Design/Methodology: Forty-five Akan-English bilinguals who immigrated to the USA between the ages of 10 and 64 participated. English inter-dental fricatives occurring in word-initial, intervocalic, and word-final positions were elicited through a production task using …
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IDDOI:10.1177/0888325419892063Published Date2020-08-01JournalEast European Politics and Societies: and Cultures, 2020-08-01, Volume 34
This study challenges a well-supported institutionalist theory in comparative politics that links democracy with higher levels of redistribution as well as studies that link authoritarianism with welfare state liberalization. Using pooled cross-sectional data for ten post-communist countries spanning twenty-five years and a dynamic model specification, the study shows that, contrary to what the institutionalist theory predicts, post-communist democratic governments redistribute about 0.6 perc…
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IDDOI:10.1177/0309132519849263Published Date2020-08-01JournalProgress in Human Geography, 2020-08-01, Volume 44
How lives are governed through emergency is a critical issue for our time. In this paper, we build on scholarship on this issue by developing the concept of ‘slow emergencies’. We do so to attune to situations of harm that call into question what forms of life can and should be secured by apparatuses of emergency governance. Through drawing together work on emergency and on racialization, we define ‘slow emergencies’ as situations marked by a) attritional lethality; b) imperceptibility; c) th…
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ID32559587Published Date2020-08-01JournalDiagnostic microbiology and infectious disease, 2020-08-01, Volume 97
Early detection of carbapenem resistance in Gram-negative (CRGN) infections can help tailor therapy sooner and prevent horizontal transmission more efficiently. This involves timely, multidisciplinary communication. To this aim, we describe our experience with implementing reflex testing algorithms for expanded antibiotic susceptibilities and molecular mechanisms of resistance in a large academic hospital.
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ID32361120Published Date2020-08-01JournalThe Science of the total environment, 2020-08-01, Volume 728
Inorganic and organic pollutants present a hazard to surface and groundwater resources. Peroxymonosulfate (PMS, HSO) has received increasing attention for in situ chemical oxidation (ISCO) capable of remediating contaminated sites. Considering that saline waters occur widely in natural environments, it is desirable to evaluate the effect of Cl on the PMS oxidation of organic compounds. In this study, 2,4-dichlorophenol (2,4-DCP) was used as a model pollutant. At a PMS concentration of 2.0 mM,…
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ID32147335Published Date2020-08-01JournalJournal of shoulder and elbow surgery, 2020-08-01, Volume 29
Proximal humeral fractures occur predominantly in elderly, osteoporotic individuals, especially women, with surgery performed in one-fifth. Proximal humeral locking plates are the gold standard operative treatment; however, complications are frequent, partially because of poor screw purchase in osteoporotic bone. A new method uses threaded posts through which threaded cross-elements orthogonally pass to create a 3-dimensional scaffold for bone engagement. We examined the pullout characteristi…
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