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Strategies and methods for research on sex differences in brain and behavior.
Female and male brains differ. Differences begin early during development due to a combination of genetic and hormonal events and continue throughout the lifespan of an individual. AlthoughExpand
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Is there really an increase in non-minimal change nephrotic syndrome in children?
BACKGROUND Reports on the worldwide increase in focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) in childhood may have been hampered by referral bias. A true increase in FSGS possibly could alter theExpand
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Effects of acute social stress on alcohol consumption in healthy subjects.
BACKGROUND There has been renewed interest in interactions between stress and use of drugs and alcohol. Although there is evidence that stress increases drug use in human drug users and in laboratoryExpand
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Family history of depression and therapeutic outcome: findings from STAR*D.
OBJECTIVE It is unclear whether a positive family history of depression affects the clinical presentation or effectiveness of treatment for major depressive disorder (MDD). We aimed to determineExpand
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Children for health.
Published since 1989 by UNICEF WHO UNESCO and UNFPA in partnership with more than 160 of the worlds best-known childrens agencies Facts for Life presents in plain language what medical science knowsExpand
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On Alexander Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book of the Civil War
List of Illustrations Introduction The Image of War Anthony W. Lee Verbal Battlefields Elizabeth Young Acknowledgments Notes Works Cited Index
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Implementing a Novel Guideline to Prevent Hospital-Acquired Pressure Ulcers in a Trauma Population: A Patient-Safety Approach.
BACKGROUND The development of hospital-acquired pressure ulcers (HAPUs) is a common complication associated with immobilization and prolonged hospitalization in trauma patients. Our semi-annualExpand
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Responses to Geoffrey Wainwright's report ‘The Stonehenge we deserve’, Antiquity 74 (2000): 334–42
In June this year, we published Geoffrey Wainwright's paper on ‘The Stonehenge we deserve'. This paper aimed to provide a review of progress towards sorting out the many problems of management,Expand
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