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Feasibility and effectiveness of e-therapy on fatigue management in home-based older adults with congestive heart failure
Fatigue, one of the most severe and distressing symptoms of Congestive heart failure (CHF), is often overlooked by clinicians. Traditional fatigue management programs in community-based settings require patients to travel ...
Recognizing nonverbal cues of affect: An intervention to enhance performance of persons with traumatic brain injury
Aims . Affect recognition is a skill crucial for guiding appropriate behaviors. Studies have demonstrated that persons with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) have more difficulty identifying affect than uninjured peers. The ...
Pharmacogenetics of the DNA repair and oxidative stress pathways in outcomes of cancer patients
Introduction . Radiation and chemotherapy, widely used for treatment of neoplasms, cause a variety of DNA damage lesions to the genome. Generation of free radicals and reactive oxygen species (ROS), as well as induction ...
Buffalo Cardio-Metabolic Occupational Police Stress study: An exploratory analysis of post-traumatic stress, depression, metabolic syndrome and salivary cortisol
Chronic stress has been hypothesized to lead to depression, as well as a multitude of medical ailments. It is postulated that stress, depression, and metabolic syndrome exhibit the potential to share a common pathway through ...
Characterization of the genomic instabilities of sporadic colon cancer
Genomic instability is a hallmark of cancer and includes a range of alterations to the genome such as chromosomal alterations, intrachromosomal alterations and epigenetic alterations. Various forms of genomic instability ...
Modified bacterial retention to toothbrush nylon with combined easy-release and photocatalytic surface treatments
The published literature indicates that toothbrushes retain viable, pathogenic microorganisms on toothbrush bristles, even after 5 days under dry conditions. There is concern that such toothbrush contamination can contribute ...