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Simulating the Impact of Future Climate Change and Ecological Restoration on Trade-Offs and Synergies of Ecosystem Services in Two Ecological Shelters and Three Belts in China.

Liang-Jie Wang, Shuai Ma, Yong-Peng Qiao, Jin-Chi Zhang,

Development of suitable ecological protection and restoration policies for sustainable management needs to assess the potential impacts of future land use and climate change on ecosystem services. The two ecological shelters and three belts (TSTB) are significant for improving ecosystem services and ensuring China's and global ecological security. In this ... Read more >>

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Single-Vessel Plume Dispersion Simulation: Method and a Case Study Using CALPUFF in the Yantian Port Area, Shenzhen (China).

Shubin Bai, Yuanqiao Wen, Li He, Yiming Liu, Yan Zhang, Qi Yu, Weichun Ma,

To study the impact of vessel pollution on the atmospheric environment of the surrounding area, we present a numerical simulation method based on regional emissions inventories. The general spatial resolution is ≥1 km and the temporal resolution is ≥1 h; parameters which are suitable for the study of larger space-time ... Read more >>

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Hospital Wastewater-Important Source of Multidrug Resistant Coliform Bacteria with ESBL-Production.

Kristína Lépesová, Petra Olejníková, Tomáš Mackuľak, Klára Cverenkárová, Monika Krahulcová, Lucia Bírošová,

This work compares the prevalence of antibiotic resistant coliform bacteria in hospital wastewater effluents in Slovak (SR) and Czech Republic (ČR). It also describes selected antibiotic resistant isolates in view of resistance mechanism and virulence factor. The highest number of multidrug resistant bacteria was detected in samples from the hospital ... Read more >>

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Health-Risk Behavior-, Mental Health-, and Physical Exercise-Related Risk Factors for Tooth Fractures in Korean Adolescents.

Han-Na Kim, Yong-Bong Kwon, Eun-Joo Jun, Jin-Bom Kim,

We aimed to determine factors related to tooth fracture experience in Korean adolescents. This study used data from the 14th Korea Youth Risk Behavior Survey in 2018, a cross-sectional web-based survey of health-risk behaviors among a representative sample of Korean middle- and high-school students aged 12-17 years. A total of ... Read more >>

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Health and Diet among People Living in an Isolated Area: Case Study of Pingelap Island in Pohnpei State, the Federated States of Micronesia.

Moeno Sakai, Minato Nakazawa, Delpihn Abraham,

Pingelap Island in Pohnpei state is geographically isolated as the nearest island is 70 km away, and such geographical isolation is a challenge for public health due to the limited access to health services. This study aims to reveal the health situation on the island and investigate the influence of ... Read more >>

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The Performance Implications of Job Insecurity: The Sequential Mediating Effect of Job Stress and Organizational Commitment, and the Buffering Role of Ethical Leadership.

Min-Jik Kim, Byung-Jik Kim,

Although previous works have examined how job insecurity affects the perceptions, attitudes, and behaviors of members in an organization, those studies have not paid enough attention to the relationship between job insecurity and performance or the mediating processes in that relationship. Considering that organizational performance is a fundamental target or ... Read more >>

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Spatial and Temporal Evaluation of Ecological Footprint Intensity of Jiangsu Province at the County-Level Scale.

Decun Wu, Jinping Liu,

Due to the high ecological pressure that exists in the process of rapid economic development in Jiangsu Province, it is necessary to evaluate its ecological footprint intensity (EFI). This article focuses on ecological footprint intensity analysis at the county scale. We used county-level data to evaluate the spatial distributions and ... Read more >>

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Green Innovation and Business Sustainability: New Evidence from Energy Intensive Industry in China.

Liang Li, Hajar Msaad, Huaping Sun, Mei Xuen Tan, Yeqing Lu, Antonio K W Lau,

Chinese manufacturing has recently undertaken the responsibility of energy conservation and emission reduction to address climate change. This research analyzes green innovation on business sustainability in the energy-intensive industry in China from the manager perspective, researched data from 229 Chinese managers via structural equation modeling (SEM). The results demonstrated that ... Read more >>

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The Dually Negative Effect of Industrial Polluting Enterprises on China's Air Pollution: A Provincial Panel Data Analysis Based on Environmental Regulation Theory.

Shoujun Lyu, Xingchi Shen, Yujie Bi,

Although the Chinese government has promulgated a series of policies to mitigate air pollution, the air quality in a number of Chinese cities still has the potential to be improved. As the major source of air pollution, enterprises in the industrial and energy sectors are the most difficult to regulate ... Read more >>

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Mixed and Multi-Methods Protocol to Evaluate Implementation Processes and Early Effects of the Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana Scheme in Seven Indian States.

Manuela De Allegri, Swati Srivastava, Christoph Strupat, Stephan Brenner, Divya Parmar, Diletta Parisi, Caitlin Walsh, Sahil Mahajan, Rupak Neogi, Susanne Ziegler, Sharmishtha Basu, Nishant Jain,

In September 2018, India launched Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (PM-JAY), a nationally implemented government-funded health insurance scheme to improve access to quality inpatient care, increase financial protection, and reduce unmet need for the most vulnerable population groups. This protocol describes the methodology adopted to evaluate implementation processes and early ... Read more >>

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Experiences of Women with Male Factor Infertility under In Vitro Fertilization.

Miok Kim, Su Jeong Yi, Ju Eun Hong,

Purpose: This study attempts to explore the experiences of infertility among women with male factor infertility. Methods: From April to July 2018, nine women with experience of male factor infertility and assistant reproductive technology were interviewed. The transcribed data were qualitatively analyzed to identify major themes and sub-themes representing participants' ... Read more >>

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The Spanish Family Quality of Life Scales under and over 18 Years Old: Psychometric Properties and Families' Perceptions.

Anna Balcells-Balcells, Joana M Mas, Natasha Baqués, Cecilia Simón, Simón García-Ventura,

BACKGROUND:Family quality of life (FQoL), just like individual quality of life, has become a priority outcome in the policies and services received by persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and their families. Conceptualizing, measuring, and theorizing FQoL has been the object of investigation in recent decades. The goal of ... Read more >>

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Impact of Physical Activity on Challenging Obesity in Pakistan: A Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice (KAP) Study.

Rizwan Ahmed Laar, Shusheng Shi, Muhammad Azeem Ashraf, Muhammad Naeem Khan, Jannat Bibi, Yibing Liu,

Physical activity (PA) refers to any action produced by skeletal muscle that consumes energy. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), PA is the primary element that can improve health at the community level. Obviously, PA plays an important role in the social, physical, and mental development of men and ... Read more >>

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A Review on Environmental and Social Impacts of Thermal Gradient and Tidal Currents Energy Conversion and Application to the Case of Chiapas, Mexico.

Graciela Rivera, Angélica Felix, Edgar Mendoza,

Despite the proved potential to harness ocean energy off the Mexican coast, one of the main aspects that have restrained the development of this industry is the lack of information regarding the environmental and social impacts of the devices and plants. Under this premise, a review of literature that could ... Read more >>

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Studying Healthcare Affordability during an Economic Recession: The Case of Greece.

Dimitris Zavras,

The significant deterioration of economic prosperity in Greece during the economic crisis decreased patients' ability to pay. Thus, the objective of this study is to determine the factors affecting healthcare affordability in Greece during an economic recession. This study used data from the European Union Statistics on Income and Living ... Read more >>

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New Insights into Mechanisms of Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals in Thyroid Diseases: The Epigenetic Way.

Letizia Pitto, Francesca Gorini, Fabrizio Bianchi, Elena Guzzolino,

In recent years, the presence in the environment of chemical compounds with thyroid-disrupting effects is progressively increased. This phenomenon has risen concern for human health as the preservation of thyroid system homeostasis is essential for fetal development and for maintaining psychological and physiological wellbeing. An increasing number of studies explored ... Read more >>

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Gender Effect on Political Leaders' Nonverbal Communicative Structure during the COVID-19 Crisis.

Tsfira Grebelsky-Lichtman, Roy Katz,

During the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been intense interest in political leaders' nonverbal communicative structures (NCS) during televised appearances. This study analyzes the effect of gender on leaders' NCS and presents theoretical and analytical frameworks of gendered NCS. We analyzed 20 televised appearances by 10 heads of state (five males ... Read more >>

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Frontal and Axial Evaluation of Craniofacial Morphology in Repaired Unilateral Cleft Lip and Palate Patients Utilizing Cone Beam Computed Tomography; An Observational Study.

Anuraj Singh Kochhar, Maninder Singh Sidhu, Mona Prabhakar, Ritasha Bhasin, Gulsheen Kaur Kochhar, Himanshu Dadlani, Gianrico Spagnuolo,

The current study was conducted to assess the extent of maxillary arch collapse on the cleft vis-a-vis non-cleft sides in the same individual presenting withunilateral cleft lip and palate (UCLP), using cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT). Thirty-one children (eighteen boys andthirteen girls) with surgically repaired UCLP, who met the inclusion criteria, ... Read more >>

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Using Machines or Free Weights for Resistance Training in Novice Males? A Randomized Parallel Trial.

Dirk Aerenhouts, Eva D'Hondt,

This study compared the effect of a resistance training (RT) program with machines, free weights, or a combination of both on changes in anthropometrics, strength, and functional ability in novice adult males. Thirty-six male novices in RT (18-45 years) followed a 10-week RT program. Participants were randomly assigned to one ... Read more >>

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Activity-Inactivity Patterns, Screen Time, and Physical Activity: The Association with Overweight, Central Obesity and Muscle Strength in Polish Teenagers. Report from the ABC of Healthy Eating Study.

Magdalena Górnicka, Jadwiga Hamulka, Lidia Wadolowska, Joanna Kowalkowska, Eliza Kostyra, Marzena Tomaszewska, Jan Czeczelewski, Monika Bronkowska,

Today, the time spent actively is increasingly being replaced by screen-based media, although in some teenagers, a high level of physical activity (PA) and longer time spent in front of a screen (screen time, ST) may coexist as a mixed behavioral pattern. This study aimed to examine the association of ... Read more >>

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Does the Registered Dentists' Program Alleviate the Socioeconomic Gap in the Use of Dental Sealants?

Ji-Eun Jeon, A-Rang Lim, Hyang-Ah Park, Jae-In Ryu,

Many countries provide preventive dental care for children to reduce inequalities. In Korea, the registered dentists' program was implemented to promote oral health and prevent oral diseases in primary school students. This study aimed to evaluate the registered dentist program through the sealant utilization rate using national cohort data and ... Read more >>

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The Effects of Pro-Inflammatory and Anti-Inflammatory Agents for the Suppression of Intimal Hyperplasia: An Evidence-Based Review.

Rohaina Che Man, Nadiah Sulaiman, Mohamad Fikeri Ishak, Ruszymah Bt Hj Idrus, Mohd Ramzisham Abdul Rahman, Muhammad Dain Yazid,

Anti-atherogenic therapy is crucial in halting the progression of inflammation-induced intimal hyperplasia. The aim of this concise review was to methodically assess the recent findings of the different approaches, mainly on the recruitment of chemokines and/or cytokine and its effects in combating the intimal hyperplasia caused by various risk factors. ... Read more >>

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Multi-Criteria-Decision-Analysis (MCDA) for the Horizon Scanning of Health Innovations an Application to COVID 19 Emergency.

Matteo Ruggeri, Chiara Cadeddu, Paolo Roazzi, Donatella Mandolini, Mauro Grigioni, Marco Marchetti,

Aim: In this article, we aim to present a tool for the early assessment of medical technologies. This evaluation system was designed and implemented by the National Centre for HTA and the National Centre for Innovative Technologies of the Istituto Superiore di Sanita, Italy, in order to respond to an ... Read more >>

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The Determinants of Conspiracy Beliefs Related to the COVID-19 Pandemic in a Nationally Representative Sample of Internet Users.

Mariusz Duplaga,

An overwhelming flood of misinformation is accompanying the pandemic of COVID-19. Fake news and conspiracy theories are so prevalent that the World Health Organization started as early as February 2020 to use the term "infodemic". This paper is focused on the assessment of the prevalence of beliefs in conspiracy theories ... Read more >>

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Emotion Regulation Strategies, Workload Conditions, and Burnout in Healthcare Residents.

Ramón Martín-Brufau, Alejandro Martin-Gorgojo, Carlos Suso-Ribera, Eduardo Estrada, María-Eugenia Capriles-Ovalles, Santiago Romero-Brufau,

BACKGROUND:Burnout syndrome is very prevalent among healthcare residents. Initiatives addressing workload conditions have had limited impact on burnout. The present study aims to explore the contribution of two emotion regulation strategies, namely emotion suppression and cognitive reevaluation, to residents' burnout, while accounting for workload factors. METHODS:Participants were 105 residents (68.6% ... Read more >>

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