- Full text PDF available (1)
- This year (0)
- Last 5 years (2)
- Last 10 years (2)
The presence of lizards in bromeliads has been widely documented. Nevertheless, the possibility of some type of preference or specificity among lizards for particular bromeliad species has not yet been investigated. Therefore, this study aims to document the presence of Abronia oaxacae in six species of tank bromeliads found in pine forests, pine-live oak… (More)
In community health education for behavioral change, valid assessment of stage of change is critical; in health promotion screening for cancer, health insurance coverage is also critical because some communities do not have the freedom to choose to change or to get their cancer treated. Proceeding without valid assessment of stage of change or insurance… (More)
The study of traditional markets is a useful tool in the development of studies on species management and conservation because it allows us to identify the species under collection pressure as well as the intensity of their collection. The “Mercado de Jamaica” in Mexico City, Mexico, is one of the main places where cut flowers and foliage are sold. Given… (More)
Managed care is becoming increasingly important in health care. A number of ethical questions arise in this system. This paper examines the ethical responsibilities of four players in a managed care system: i) the insurance company; ii) the patient; iii) the primary care provider; and iv) the specialist.