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Parents' perspectives on the MMR immunisation: a focus group study.
BACKGROUND The uptake of the combined measles, mumps and rubella immunisation (MMR) in Britain has fallen since 1998, when a link was hypothesised with the development of bowel disorders andExpand
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What prevents older people from seeking treatment for urinary incontinence? A qualitative exploration of barriers to the use of community continence services.
BACKGROUND Urinary incontinence is a significant health problem for older people. Many people with incontinence do not seek services. Simple and effective treatments exist in primary care. Expand
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What determines the use of home care services by elderly people?
The objective of the present study was to investigate the determinants of use of statutory and private home care services by older people living in the community. A questionnaire was distributed to aExpand
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The Amphipoda (Crustacea) of Madang Lagoon: Lysianassidae, Opisidae, Uristidae, Wandinidae and Stegocephalidae
This is the first comprehensive study of lysianassoid and stegocephaloid amphipods from the north coast of Papua New Guinea. The study reports 19 species in 11 genera in five families living inExpand
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Urinary incontinence in older people in the community: a neglected problem?
BACKGROUND The prevalence and impact of urinary incontinence has been investigated much less in older men than in older women. It is suggested that those who perceive that their daily lives areExpand
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The deep-sea lysianassoid genus Eurythenes (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Eurytheneidae n. fam.)
Eurythenes gryllus est redecrit a partir de l'holotype de Gammarus gryllus Lichtenstein in Mandt, 1822 ; de l'holotype de Lysianassa magellanica H. Milne Edwards, 1848 ; et d'un des specimensExpand
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The deep-sea scavenging genus Hirondellea (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Lysianassoidea: Hirondelleidae fam. nov.) in Australian waters
The new lysianassoid amphipod family Hirondelleidae is established and the deep-sea scavenging genus Hirondellea is reported from Australian waters for the first time. Five new species are described:Expand
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Factors associated with variations in older people's use of community-based continence services.
Many people who have urinary incontinence and who may benefit from healthcare and professional advice do not currently access UK National Health Service services, even though effective treatments areExpand
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The provision of 'same-day' care in general practice: an observational study.
BACKGROUND Surveys suggest that general practice is perceived to be inaccessible, with long delays before it is possible to be seen by a doctor. Although there is demand for rapid access to care,Expand
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