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Alternate day calorie restriction improves clinical findings and reduces markers of oxidative stress and inflammation in overweight adults with moderate asthma.
Asthma is an increasingly common disorder responsible for considerable morbidity and mortality. Although obesity is a risk factor for asthma and weight loss can improve symptoms, many patients do notExpand
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The effect of race on juvenile justice decision making in Nebraska: Detention, adjudication, and disposition, 1988–1993
Racism, perpetrated by virtually all of America's governmental institutions, has long been a fact and problem of American life. Research suggests that America's juvenile justice systems have notExpand
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The Relationship Between Type of Attorney and Bail Amount Set for Hispanic Defendants
This research empirically examines the difference that type of counsel, public or private, makes in the bail amount set for Hispanic defendants. Data were collected on all felony defendants assignedExpand
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A comparison of bail amounts for hispanics, whites, and african americans: A single county analysis
Using 1996 data on defendants accused of felony offenses derived from a district court in a Midwestern jurisdiction, the authors employ bivariate and multivariate analyses to examine for significantExpand
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The effect on health of alternate day calorie restriction: eating less and more than needed on alternate days prolongs life.
Restricting caloric intake to 60-70% of normal adult weight maintenance requirement prolongs lifespan 30-50% and confers near perfect health across a broad range of species. Every other day feedingExpand
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THE KYOTO PROTOCOL: ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF ENERGY PRICES ON NORTHERN PLAINS DRYLAND GRAIN PRODUCTION
This study examined possible economic impacts on Northern Plains grain producers of policies that could be undertaken by the United States to comply with the Kyoto Protocol. The paper begins with aExpand
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The effects of court structure on juvenile court decisionmaking
Abstract This article examines the differences in adjudications (delinquent or dismissal) and final dispositions (transfer of custody or no transfer of custody) of specialized juvenile courtsExpand
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The Impact of Religiosity on Political Participation and Membership in Voluntary Associations Among Black and White Americans
While a number of factors have been shown to help predict political participation among Black and White Americans, to date the role of religiosity in relation to that participation has been largelyExpand
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Self-monitoring and reciprocal inhibition in the modification of multiple tics of Gilles de la Tourette's syndrome☆
Abstract An 18-year-old male with multiple tics, including a bark-like vocalization and jerking neck movements, as components of the syndrome of Gilles de la Tourette , was treated using anExpand
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