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Spatial Characteristics of the Diffusion of Residential Solar Photovoltaics in Urban Areas: A Case of Seoul, South Korea.

Moon-Hyun Kim, Tae-Hyoung Tommy Gim,

Mini-solar photovoltaics, which are installed on apartment balconies, are rapidly spreading in Seoul, South Korea. Seoul has implemented a policy to diffuse mini-solar photovoltaics in apartments for energy transition since 2012. The policy considers compact land use and a large population of the city. This study examines a variety of ... Read more >>

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Social Support, Health Literacy and Depressive Symptoms among Medical Students: An Analysis of Mediating Effects.

Yaqin Zhong, Elizabeth Schroeder, Yuexia Gao, Xiaojun Guo, Yuanyuan Gu,

Depressive symptoms are prevalent in university students and may impair their social, educational, and economic transition into adulthood. Identifying the factors that determine depressive symptoms is crucial for the design of effective policy interventions. This study aims to examine the associations between health literacy and depressive symptoms among medical students, ... Read more >>

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Multiple Health Risk Factors in Vocational Education Students: A Systematic Review.

Prince Atorkey, Judith Byaruhanga, Christine Paul, John Wiggers, Billie Bonevski, Flora Tzelepis,

Health risk factors such as tobacco smoking, inadequate fruit intake, inadequate vegetable intake, risky alcohol consumption, physical inactivity, obesity, anxiety and depression often commence during adolescence and young adulthood. Vocational education institutions enrol many students in these age groups making them an important setting for addressing multiple health risk factors. ... Read more >>

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Burnout and Depression in Portuguese Healthcare Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic-The Mediating Role of Psychological Resilience.

Carla Serrão, Ivone Duarte, Luísa Castro, Andreia Teixeira,

During the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare workers (HCW) have been exposed to multiple psychosocial stressors. Resilience might protect employees from the negative consequences of chronic stress. The aim of this study was to explore the mediating role of resilience in the relationship between depression and burnout (personal, work-related, and client-related). A ... Read more >>

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Ginger (Zingiber officinale) Attenuates Obesity and Adipose Tissue Remodeling in High-Fat Diet-Fed C57BL/6 Mice.

Seok Hee Seo, Feng Fang, Inhae Kang,

Obesity is characterized by excessive fat accumulation in adipose tissue, which is an active endocrine organ regulating energy metabolism. Ginger (<i>Zingiber officinale</i>) is known to have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antiobesity effects, but the role of ginger in modulating adipocyte metabolism is largely unknown. In this study, we hypothesized that ginger ... Read more >>

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Association of Greenness with Blood Pressure among Individuals with Type 2 Diabetes across Rural to Urban Community Types in Pennsylvania, USA.

Melissa N Poulsen, Brian S Schwartz, Cara Nordberg, Joseph DeWalle, Jonathan Pollak, Giuseppina Imperatore, Carla I Mercado, Karen R Siegel, Annemarie G Hirsch,

Greenness may impact blood pressure (BP), though evidence is limited among individuals with type 2 diabetes (T2D), for whom BP management is critical. We evaluated associations of residential greenness with BP among individuals with T2D in geographically diverse communities in Pennsylvania. To address variation in greenness type, we evaluated modification ... Read more >>

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Facets of Impulsivity in Relation to Diet Quality and Physical Activity in Adolescence.

Kathryn E Smith, Jason M Lavender, Adam M Leventhal, Tyler B Mason,

Although the construct of impulsivity has generally been found to be associated with obesity and health behaviors in adults, research among adolescents is more limited and studies have yet to elucidate which facets of impulsivity may be most salient with regard to different eating and physical activity behaviors. Therefore, the ... Read more >>

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Readiness and Willingness to Provide Immunization Services after Pilot Vaccination Training: A Survey among Community Pharmacists Trained and Not Trained in Immunization during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Poland.

Piotr Merks, Urszula Religioni, Krzysztof Bilmin, Jedrzej Lewicki, Marta Jakubowska, Anna Waksmundzka-Walczuk, Aleksandra Czerw, Agnieszka Barańska, Joanna Bogusz, Katarzyna Plagens-Rotman, Dariusz Świetlik, Ewelina Drelich, Damian Świeczkowski, Jane Lambert, Miłosz Jaguszewski, Grzegorz Juszczyk, Bander Balkhi, Regis Vaillancourt,

<h4>Background</h4>Immunization rates among the adult population in Poland are below desired targets, urging the need to expand this service in the community. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the ultimate goals for limiting the spread of the infection are vaccines against SARS-CoV-2. Pharmaceutical companies are in a race for the fastest possible ... Read more >>

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Development of Preschool Children's Executive Functions throughout a Play-Based Learning Approach That Embeds Science Concepts.

Clara Vidal Carulla, Nikolaos Christodoulakis, Karina Adbo,

This study focuses on the development of executive functions in preschool children during a series of science activities. A longitudinal play-based learning intervention was designed and implemented following the design of an educational experiment. Data were collected through visual ethnography in hot situations with adult supervision. Results show how entwined ... Read more >>

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Harm Perceptions and Beliefs about Potential Modified Risk Tobacco Products.

Jennifer C Morgan, Joseph N Cappella,

Under US law, tobacco products may be authorized to claim lower exposure to chemicals, or lower risk of health harms. We sought to examine the harm perceptions and beliefs about potential modified risk tobacco products (MRTPs). We recruited 864 adult current and former smokers in August 2019. Participants read a ... Read more >>

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Soft Tissue Mobilization and Stretching for Shoulder in CrossFitters: A Randomized Pilot Study.

Marcos Jusdado-García, Rubén Cuesta-Barriuso,

<h4>Background</h4>The shoulder in CrossFit should have a balance between mobility and stability. Glenohumeral internal rotation deficit and posterior shoulder stiffness are risk factors for overhead shoulder injury.<h4>Objective</h4>To determine the effectiveness of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization and horizontal adduction stretch in CrossFit practitioners' shoulders.<h4>Methods</h4>Twenty-one regular CrossFitters were allocated to experimental (stretching ... Read more >>

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Effectiveness and Challenges in Local Self-Governance: Multifunctional Autonomy in Japan.

Ryuichi Ohta, Yoshinori Ryu, Daisuke Kataoka, Chiaki Sano,

Community organizing with government support, termed local self-governance (LSG), is a form of policy decentralization for community wellbeing through solutions tailored to local issues. One form of LSG is multifunctional autonomy, in which citizens can comprehensively manage their communities with government support. This study clarified the effect of multifunctional autonomy ... Read more >>

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Indigenous Peoples, Exclusion and Precarious Work: Design of Strategies to Address Poverty in Indigenous and Peasant Populations in Ecuador through the SWOT-AHP Methodology.

Jorge E García Guerrero, Ramón Rueda López, Arturo Luque González, Nuria Ceular-Villamandos,

This research analysed the options that, following decent employment and the social economy, can allow the human development of poor, excluded and vulnerable indigenous populations in Ecuador. A set of strategies were developed which can be implemented by public authorities and by community organisations. They were designed from two types ... Read more >>

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The Quality of Infectious Disease Hospital Websites in Poland in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Karol Król, Dariusz Zdonek,

The quality of healthcare service websites gains particular importance in the time of the pandemic, asthe popularity of electronic services grows. This applies to infectious disease hospitals as well, often on the front line of the effort against COVID-19. The paper aims to assess the quality of infectious disease hospital ... Read more >>

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A Conceptual Model of Long-Term Weight Loss Maintenance: The Importance of Cognitive, Empirical and Computational Approaches.

Darren Haywood, Blake J Lawrence, Frank D Baughman, Barbara A Mullan,

Living with obesity is related to numerous negative health outcomes, including various cancers, type II diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. Although much is known about the factors associated with obesity, and a range of weight loss interventions have been established, changing health-related behaviours to positively affect obesity outcomes has proven difficult. ... Read more >>

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Adverse Birth Outcomes Due to Exposure to Household Air Pollution from Unclean Cooking Fuel among Women of Reproductive Age in Nigeria.

Jamie Roberman, Theophilus I Emeto, Oyelola A Adegboye,

Exposure to household air pollution (HAP) from cooking with unclean fuels and indoor smoking has become a significant contributor to global mortality and morbidity, especially in low- and middle-income countries such as Nigeria. Growing evidence suggests that exposure to HAP disproportionately affects mothers and children and can increase risks of ... Read more >>

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Development of a Binational Framework for Active and Healthy Ageing (AHA) Bridging Austria and Slovenia in a Thermal Spa Region.

Sonja Lindner, Kai Illing, Josef Sommer, Tatjana Krajnc-Nikolić, Johann Harer, Christoph Kurre, Karl Lautner, Mateja Hauser, Daniel Grabar, Robert Graf-Stelzl, Christian Korn, Klaus Pilz, Bernhard Ritter, Regina Roller-Wirnsberger,

In view of ongoing demographic developments resulting in a longer life expectancy of the European population, the creation of "age-friendly" environments represents an initiative picked up by the European Union and its Member States to enable active and healthy ageing. The present study aims at the co-creation of a cross-border ... Read more >>

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The Relationship between the Family Functioning of Individuals with Drug Addiction and Relapse Tendency: A Moderated Mediation Model.

Xiaoqing Zeng, Chuyi Tan,

To explore the relationship between family functioning, psychological capital, life history strategy, and relapse tendency of individuals with drug addiction, 842 individuals with drug addiction completed a questionnaire. The results showed that (1) there was a significant negative correlation between the family functioning of individuals with drug addiction and their ... Read more >>

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Correlates of a Positive Parenting Experience in Prison.

Miryam Carretero-Trigo, Rodrigo J Carcedo, Noelia Fernández-Rouco,

The two goals of this study were: (1) to explore the relationship of a parent's experience in prison in combination with a range of characteristics relating to the parent in prison, to the children, and to the caregiver, and (2) to explore the role of sex and nationality in this ... Read more >>

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Oral Health of Children from the SOS Children's Village in Croatia.

Zrinka Ivanisevic, Zvonimir Uzarevic, Stjepanka Lesic, Aleksandar Vcev, Marko Matijevic,

The aim of this study was to determine the values of DMFT/DMFS and dft/dfs in the examined groups of children and the assessment of the mothers of the examined groups of children related to the oral health of their children. The research included children from the SOS Children's Village in ... Read more >>

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Psychometric Properties of the Malay-Language Quality of Life Enjoyment and Satisfaction Scale: A Confirmatory Study on Malaysian Children.

Mohamad Fadil Ibrahim, Garry Kuan, Hairul Anuar Hashim, Nurul Azuar Hamzah, Yee Cheng Kueh,

The objective of this study was to validate the translated Malay version of the Quality of Life Enjoyment and Satisfaction Questionnaire (Q-LES-Q-M) scale among Malaysian primary school children using the confirmatory factor analysis (CFA). The Q-LES-Q-M measures the level of enjoyment and satisfaction experienced with relation to physical health, feelings, ... Read more >>

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The Differential Heritability of Social Adjustment by Sex.

Chisato Hayashi, Soshiro Ogata, Haruka Tanaka, Kazuo Hayakawa,

Sex differences in social adjustment are frequently observed; however, there has been very little research on adaptability in the individual and social domains. The aim of this study was to investigate the sex difference in social abilities, such as high self-appeal, sociability, school adaptation, and home adaptation between school-age males ... Read more >>

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Exploring the Nexus of Energy Burden, Social Capital, and Environmental Quality in Shaping Health in US Counties.

Tony G Reames, Dorothy M Daley, John C Pierce,

The United States spends more on health care than any other OECD country, yet the nation's health is declining. Recent research has identified multiple sources for this decline, including one's position in social and economic structures, environmental quality, and individual and collective social capital. This paper assesses the primary hypotheses ... Read more >>

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Influence of Removing or Leaving the Prosthesis after Regenerative Surgery in Peri-Implant Defects: Retrospective Study: 32 Clinical Cases with 2 to 8 Years of Follow-Up.

Víctor Astolfi, Alberto Gómez-Menchero, José Vicente Ríos-Santos, Pedro Bullón, Francisco Galeote, Blanca Ríos-Carrasco, Beatriz Bullón de la Fuente, Mariano Herrero-Climent,

<h4>Purpose</h4>The aim of this retrospective study was to compare the influence of removing or not removing a prosthesis after regenerative surgery on peri-implant defects.<h4>Methods</h4>Two different groups were compared (Group 1: removing the prosthesis; Group 2: maintaining the prosthesis), analyzing radiographic bone filling (n = 32 implants) after regenerative treatment in ... Read more >>

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Neurodevelopmental Outcomes at 18 Months of Corrected Age for Late Preterm Infants Born at 34 and 35 Gestational Weeks.

Ruka Nakasone, Kazumichi Fujioka, Yuki Kyono, Asumi Yoshida, Takumi Kido, Shutaro Suga, Shinya Abe, Mariko Ashina, Kosuke Nishida, Kenji Tanimura, Hideto Yamada, Kandai Nozu, Kazumoto Iijima,

To date, the difference in neurodevelopmental outcomes between late preterm infants (LPI) born at 34 and 35 gestational weeks (LPI-34 and LPI-35, respectively) has not been elucidated. This retrospective study aimed to evaluate neurodevelopmental outcomes at 18 months of corrected age for LPI-34 and LPI-35, and to elucidate factors predicting ... Read more >>

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