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M. Borrie3
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P. Verhoeff2
3M. Borrie
2A. Nichols
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  • B.H. Mulsant, D. Blumberger, P. Lespérance, F. Aminzadeh, A. Byszewski, L. Lee +79 others
  • 2014
Background/Discussion: The DSM-5 was published in May 2013 after six years of literature reviews, input from experts, field trials, secondary data analyses, and public commentary. Changes were guided by clinical utility (e.g., decreasing diagnosis of over-inclusive diagnoses; drawing attention to under-recognized conditions; reducing stigma); research(More)
BACKGROUND Evidence of climate change and its impact continues to be accumulated, and it is argued that the consequences of climate change are likely to result in an increased demand on health services. It has been claimed that climate change presents new challenges for health services and that strategies should be adopted to address these challenges. AIM(More)
  • S. Montgomery, J. Wangsgaard, J. Koenig, Jeremy, K. Pathak, A. Jude +180 others
  • 2013
Canadians suffer from some form of dementia; Alzheimer's disease (AD) is one such form. AD is a neurodegenerative disease characterized by significant neuronal death. Neuro-nal death has been associated with two pathophysiological features: 1) neurofibrillary tangles within the neurons, and 2) amyloid beta plaque formation between neurons. Excessive(More)
  • S. Bajaj, C. Pascual Garrido, F. Hirschfeld, A.A. Hakimiyan, L. Rappoport, T.R. Oegema +494 others
  • 2009
Introduction: Objectives: To investigate the effect and understand the mechanism of action of P188 surfactant on cartilage degeneration and cell survival in acute trauma to human ankle cartilage. Methods and Materials: Sixteen normal tali were impacted using a 4mm indenter with 600N. 8mm cartilage plugs containing the 4mm impacted core and 4mm immediately(More)
BACKGROUND A number of policy documents suggest that health services should be taking climate change and sustainability seriously and recommendations have been made to mitigate and adapt to the challenges health care providers will face. Actions include, for example, moving towards locally sourced food supplies, reducing waste, energy consumption and(More)
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