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Effectiveness of intervention on physical activity of children: systematic review and meta-analysis of controlled trials with objectively measured outcomes (EarlyBird 54)
Objective To determine whether, and to what extent, physical activity interventions affect the overall activity levels of children. Design Systematic review and meta-analysis. Data sources Electronic… Expand
Canine mast cell tumors: correlation of apoptosis and proliferation markers with prognosis.
The Patnaik histologic grading system is commonly used to predict the behavior of cutaneous mast cell tumors (MCTs) in dogs, but it is less useful for grade 2 MCTs because they exhibit considerable… Expand
Human aging is characterized by focused changes in gene expression and deregulation of alternative splicing
Aging is a major risk factor for chronic disease in the human population, but there are little human data on gene expression alterations that accompany the process. We examined human peripheral blood… Expand
A k-nearest-neighbour classifier for assessing consumer credit risk
SUMMARY The last 30 years have seen the development of credit scoring techniques for assessing the creditworthiness of consumer loan applicants. Traditional credit scoring methodology has involved… Expand
Supplementation with antioxidants and folinic acid for children with Down’s syndrome: randomised controlled trial
Objectives To assess whether supplementation with antioxidants, folinic acid, or both improves the psychomotor and language development of children with Down’s syndrome. Design Randomised controlled… Expand
The work and social adjustment scale: Reliability, sensitivity and value
- D. Zahra, Adam Qureshi, +6 authors R. Byng
- Psychology, Medicine
- International journal of psychiatry in clinical…
- 17 February 2014
Abstract Objective. To investigate the psychometric properties of the Work and Social Adjustment Scale (WSAS) as an outcome measure for the Improving Access to Psychological Therapy programme,… Expand
Longer lived parents: protective associations with cancer incidence and overall mortality.
- A. Dutta, W. Henley, J. Robine, K. Langa, R. Wallace, D. Melzer
- The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological…
- 1 November 2013
BACKGROUND Children of centenarians have lower cardiovascular disease prevalence and live longer. We aimed to estimate associations between the full range of parental attained ages and health status… Expand
Common health predictors of early retirement: findings from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing.
BACKGROUND facing the costs of population ageing, many governments aim to keep older people in employment for longer. Summary health measures predict early retirement, but more specific symptoms and… Expand
Prevalence of unilateral and bilateral deafness in border collies and association with phenotype.
- S. Platt, J. Freeman, Alberta di Stefani, Lara Wieczorek, W. Henley
- Journal of veterinary internal medicine
- 1 November 2006
BACKGROUND Congenital sensorineural deafness (CSD) occurs in Border Collies, but its prevalence and inheritance are unknown. This study estimated the prevalence of CSD in Border Collies and… Expand
Predictors of extraordinary survival in the Iowa established populations for epidemiologic study of the elderly: cohort follow-up to "extinction".
- A. Dutta, W. Henley, +4 authors D. Melzer
- Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
- 1 June 2011
OBJECTIVES To identify predictors of extraordinary survival. DESIGN Longitudinal study of a cohort of elderly people followed up until almost all have died. SETTING Two counties in Iowa; a part… Expand