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PLoS ONE - DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0210974
Systematic review of menstrual hygiene management requirements, its barriers and strategies for disabled people

Jane Wilbur · Belen Torondel · Shaffa Hameed · Thérèse Mahon · Hannah Kuper ·

Psychology Medicine
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PLoS ONE - DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0217278
A systematic review of the health-financing mechanisms in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations countries and the People’s Republic of China: Lessons for the move towards universal health coverage

Chaw-Yin Myint · Milena Pavlova · Khin-Ni-Ni Thein · Wim Groot ·

Business Medicine
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PLoS ONE - DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0222282
A global spatial analysis reveals where marine aquaculture can benefit nature and people

Seth J Theuerkauf · James A Morris · Tiffany J Waters · Lisa C Wickliffe · Heidi K Alleway · Robert C Jones ·

Geography Medicine
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PLoS ONE - DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0206484
Baseline human gut microbiota profile in healthy people and standard reporting template

Charles H King · Hiral Desai · Allison C Sylvetsky · Jonathan LoTempio · Shant Ayanyan · Jill Carrie · Keith A Crandall · Brian C Fochtman · Lusine Gasparyan · Naila Gulzar · Paul Howell · Najy Issa · Konstantinos Krampis · Lopa Mishra · Hiroki Morizono · Joseph R Pisegna · Shuyun Rao · Yao Ren · Vahan Simonyan · Krista Smith · Sharanjit VedBrat · Michael D Yao · Raja Mazumder ·

Biology Medicine
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PLoS ONE - DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0215338
Association between ultraviolet radiation exposure dose and cataract in Han people living in China and Taiwan: A cross-sectional study

Hisanori Miyashita · Natsuko Hatsusaka · Eri Shibuya · Norihiro Mita · Mai Yamazaki · Teppei Shibata · Hidetoshi Ishida · Yuki Ukai · Eri Kubo · Hiroshi Sasaki ·

Medicine
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I use my own survival to contrast with the survival of people older or younger than me.

Risk prediction models for major surgery: composing a new tune [10.1111/anae.14503]


People love detectives and detective work.

Joining the Dots: Finding the Root Cause of an IT Issue [10.1007/978-1-4842-5133-1_6]


Antibiotic escalation also leads to microbiological selection pressure in frail elderly people, which can be deleterious in the long-term in case of opportunistic infections.

Multifactorial immunodeficiency in frail elderly patients: Contributing factors and management. [10.1016/j.medmal.2019.01.012]


The purpose of this paper is to examine two recent papers on Open Dialogue, an approach for people experiencing psychosis that involves people’s social networks from the beginning, and aims to empower the service user and their network to develop a shared view of what is happening and what to do.

Research Watch: inclusion of people’s social networks can help when they experience psychosis [10.1108/MHSI-05-2019-0013]


PARTICIPANTS Seventy community-dwelling people aged 80 years or older.

Objectively measured mobility of rural community‐dwelling people aged 80 and over is strongly associated with greater use of services for community integration and social support: An observational study [10.1111/ajr.12438]


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