Daniel Philpott

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Following the fall of communism in Eastern Europe in the early 1990s, smaller, independent, ethnically-based political entities emerged. In the years since, academics from various disciplines have renewed their interest in the topic of secession. A lively discussion in the academic mainstream on the morality and legality of secession has occurred among(More)
Emerging technologies show great potential in the field of patient care. One such technology is mobile heath applications (mhealth apps), which have exploded in number and variety in recent years, and offer great promise in the ability to collect and monitor patient health data. Despite their apparent success in proliferation and user adoption, these(More)
Determinants of Intestinal Permeability in Healthy First Degree Relatives of Crohn’s Disease Patients, W. Turpin, D. Kevans, K. Shestopaloff, M. Smith, D. Guttman, M. Silverberg, W. Xu, A. Paterson, and K. Croitoru University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, ON, Canada Dalla Lana School of Public Health, Toronto, ON, Canada(More)
wars from 1940 to 2000,1 incumbent governments and rebels who identified with Islam were involved in 34 (81 percent), far more than those identifying with other religions, such as Christianity (21, or 50 percent) or Hinduism (7, or 16 percent).2 In addition, civil wars in which key actors identify as Islamic are more likely to escalate into religious civil(More)
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