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Mental Distress and Its Contributing Factors Among Young People During the First Wave of COVID-19: A Belgian Survey Study

the majority was female (78.09%) and student (66.82%). The results indicate that about two thirds (65.49%) experienced mental distress. In the multivariable regression model, significant (p < 0.01) ...

The potential impact of an implemented income redistribution package on obesity prevalence in New Zealand.

determine how income redistribution might affect obesity prevalence. FINDINGS: Absolute individual disposable income was significantly associated with obesity in NZ females (but not males) in a shallow, ...

The Cost of Diets According to Their Caloric Share of Ultraprocessed and Minimally Processed Foods in Belgium.

UPF contributed between 21.9% (female adults) and 29.9% (young boys), while MPF contributed between 29.5% (male adolescents) and 42.3% (female adults) to the daily dietary cost. The contribution of MPF ...

The lack of K13-propeller mutations associated with artemisinin resistance in Plasmodium falciparum in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

Democratic Republic of the Congo Drug Resistance Female Humans Malaria, Falciparum Male middle aged Mutation Plasmodium falciparum Polymorphism, Genetic Young adult Abstract: Artemisinin-based combination ...

Gender‐dependent association between exhaled nitric oxide and the CC16 38AA genotype in young school children

genotype had higher odds of increased FeNO (>30 ppb) compared with their peers with the wild‐type genotype 38GG (OR, 9.85; 95% CI, 2.09‐46.4; P = .004). This association was female gender specific (P ...

Risk assessment of chlorinated paraffins in feed and food

Panel selected as reference points a BMDL10  of 2.3 mg/kg bw per day for increased incidence of nephritis in male rats, and of 36 mg/kg bw per day for increased relative kidney weights in male and female rats for ...

Comments on the “Evaluation of the Genotoxicity of Cell Phone Radiofrequency Radiation in Male and Female Rats and Mice Following Subchronic Exposure” by Smith‐Roe et al.

female rats and mice following subchronic exposure. Smith-Roe SL, Wyde ME, Stout MD, Winters JW, Hobbs CA, Shepard KG, Green AS, Kissling GE, Shockley KR, Tice RR, Bucher JR, Witt KL.Environ Mol Mutagen. ...

Increased surface area of halloysite nanotubes due to surface modification predicts lung inflammation and acute phase response after pulmonary exposure in mice

lung epithelial cells. Lung inflammation, acute phase response and genotoxicity were assessed 1, 3, and 28 days after a single intratracheal instillation of adult female C57BL /6 J BomTac mice. The doses ...

Long-term outcomes of very low birth weight infants with spontaneous intestinal perforation: A retrospective case-matched cohort study

neurodevelopmental outcome regardless of SIP (OR  = 8.79 for disability), and female gender was a protective factor against disability (OR  = 0.06). Reported quality of life and gastrointestinal comorbidities did not ...

Evolution of educational inequalities in life and health expectancies at 25 years in Belgium between 2001 and 2011: a census-based study

of all considered DFLE inequality measures in both genders. In 2011, DFLE gaps were respectively 10.4 and 13.5 years in males and females compared to 6.51 and 9.30 in 2001, representing increases of 61 ...

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