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Research Hotspot & Journal Scope - Effects

New England Journal of Medicine - DOI: 10.1056/NEJMra1905136
Effects of Intermittent Fasting on Health, Aging, and Disease.

Rafael de Cabo · Mark P Mattson ·

New England Journal of Medicine - DOI: 10.1056/NEJMc1809961
Long-Term Effects of Finasteride on Prostate Cancer Mortality.

Phyllis J Goodman · Catherine M Tangen · Amy K Darke · M Scott Lucia · Leslie G Ford · Lori M Minasian · Howard L Parnes · Michael L LeBlanc · Ian M Thompson ·

New England Journal of Medicine - DOI: 10.1056/NEJMsa1816660
Early Effects of an Accountable Care Organization Model for Underserved Areas.

Matthew J Trombley · Betty Fout · Sasha Brodsky · J Michael McWilliams · David J Nyweide · Brant Morefield ·


Overall findings highlighted that all the hypotheses were accepted Limitations: Tourists’ satisfaction on park attributes is not to be the only factor effects on visitor satisfaction.

The role of park attributes in visitor satisfaction: evidence from Minneriya National Park in Sri Lanka [10.35912/joste.v1i2.218]

Since these immune parameters are important determinants of HIV acquisition and progression, this review explores the possible effects of endemic infections on HIV susceptibility and summarizes current knowledge of the epidemiology and underlying immunological mechanisms by which endemic infections could impact HIV acquisition.

Impact of Endemic Infections on HIV Susceptibility in Sub-Saharan Africa [10.1186/s40794-019-0097-5]

The primary challenge in developing magnetocaloric refrigerators for commercial use is in developing suitable materials with large room temperature magnetocaloric effects.

Characterization of High Entropy Alloys for Magnetocaloric Applications [10.1184/R1/9898505.V1]

The objective of this study was to evaluate the in vitro genotoxic effects of paraben in human lymphocyte cultures.

Investigation of genotoxic effects of paraben in cultured human lymphocytes [10.1080/01480545.2017.1414834]

This study quantified the circulatory and autonomic effects of a progressive, 12-week home-based, low-intensity (pain-free walking) exercise program in PAD and intermittent claudication.

Low-Intensity Exercise Training Increases Heart Rate Variability in Patients With Peripheral Artery Disease [10.1177/1099800419884642]

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