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The long-term hazards of the treatment of thyroid cancer with radioiodine.
Two-hundred and fifty-eight patients treated with high-activity 131I for thyroid cancer and on prolonged follow-up have been reviewed to determine long-term hazards and their relation to theExpand
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Absorption and retention of cobalt in man by whole-body counting.
Retention of 6oCo given intravenously or orally as 60CoC1, to human subjects was measured by whole-body counting for periods of up to 1018 days. Intravenous 6oCo was retained for long periods, asExpand
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Calculation difficulties in children of very low birthweight: a neural correlate.
Learning difficulties, including problems with numeracy, are common in Western populations. Many children with learning difficulty are survivors of preterm birth. Although some of these children haveExpand
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Measurements of body weight, total body water and total body potassium (40K) were made serially on three occasions during pregnancy and once post partum in 27 normal pregnant women. SkinfoldExpand
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Should children drink more water?: The effects of drinking water on cognition in children
While dehydration has well-documented negative effects on adult cognition, there is little research on hydration and cognitive performance in children. We investigated whether having a drink of waterExpand
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Nickel deficiency gives rise to the defective hydrogenase phenotype of hydc and fnr mutants in Escherichia coli
Hydrogenase activity and other hydrogenase‐related functions can be restored to hydC mutants by the specific addition of nickel salts to the growth medium. These mutants are defective in all threeExpand
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Brain morphometry and IQ measurements in preterm children.
Although IQ is thought to remain relatively stable in the normal population, a decline in IQ has been noted in children born preterm. It is not clear, however, to what extent the inclusion ofExpand
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Does having a drink help you think? 6–7-Year-old children show improvements in cognitive performance from baseline to test after having a drink of water
Little research has examined the effect of water consumption on cognition in children. We examined whether drinking water improves performance from baseline to test in twenty-three 6-7-year-oldExpand
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Expectation of having consumed caffeine can improve performance and mood
We explored whether caffeine, and expectation of having consumed caffeine, affects attention, reward responsivity and mood using double-blinded methodology. 88 participants were randomly allocated toExpand
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Water consumption, not expectancies about water consumption, affects cognitive performance in adults
Research has shown that water supplementation positively affects cognitive performance in children and adults. The present study considered whether this could be a result of expectancies thatExpand
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