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Quality of life for patients with bipolar disorder: relationship with clinical and demographic variables.
OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to assess the quality of life in bipolar disorder patients, and to analyze a set of clinical variables and sociodemographic data that could act as quality-of-lifeExpand
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Epidemiology and risk factors of eating disorders: a two-stage epidemiologic study in a Spanish population aged 12-18 years.
OBJECTIVE The authors studied the prevalence rates of eating disorders (ED) and their risk factors in a Spanish population aged 12-18 years. METHOD A two-stage epidemiologic study was conducted inExpand
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Influence of Stress in the Onset of Eating Disorders: Data From a Two-Stage Epidemiologic Controlled Study
Background: We explore the role of stress in the onset of eating disorders (EDs) in a community sample of adolescents, the mediating role of psychiatric comorbidity and the quantitative evolution ofExpand
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Novel Bioactive and Antibacterial Acrylic Bone Cement Nanocomposites Modified with Graphene Oxide and Chitosan
Acrylic bone cements (ABCs) have played a key role in orthopedic surgery mainly in arthroplasties, but their use is increasingly extending to other applications, such as remodeling of cancerousExpand
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Strontium- and zinc-alginate hydrogels for bone tissue engineering.
The development of bone replacement materials is an important healthcare objective due to the drawbacks of treating defects with bone autografts. In this work we propose a bone tissue engineeringExpand
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Evaluation of skeletal tissue repair, part 2: enhancement of skeletal tissue repair through dual-growth-factor-releasing hydrogels within an ex vivo chick femur defect model.
There is an unmet need for improved, effective tissue engineering strategies to replace or repair bone damaged through disease or injury. Recent research has focused on developing biomaterialExpand
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Evaluation of skeletal tissue repair, part 1: assessment of novel growth-factor-releasing hydrogels in an ex vivo chick femur defect model.
Current clinical treatments for skeletal conditions resulting in large-scale bone loss include autograft or allograft, both of which have limited effectiveness. In seeking to address boneExpand
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Comorbidity between obesity and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: population study with 13-15-year-olds.
OBJECTIVE This study analyzes whether obese children have a higher risk of attention deficit/hyperactivity "characteristics" (AD/HD) than do children with other nutritional states. METHOD ThisExpand
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From natural products to polymeric derivatives of "eugenol": a new approach for preparation of dental composites and orthopedic bone cements.
Polymers with eugenol moieties covalently bonded to the macromolecular chains were synthesized for potential application in orthopedic and dental cements. First, eugenol was functionalized withExpand
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Self-assembling gradient copolymers of vinylimidazol and (acrylic)ibuprofen with anti-inflammatory and zinc chelating properties.
Novel gradient copolymers of hydrophilic 1-vinylimidazol and hydrophobic methacrylic derivative of ibuprofen prepared by free radical polymerization are described. The heterogeneous distribution ofExpand
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