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- High Prevalence of Anxiety. // Fertility Weekly;2/13/2012, p10
The article reports on the study that compares the prevalence of anxiety symptoms in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and controls. The study reveals an increased odds of anxiety symptoms in women with PCOS. It suggests that adult women with PCOS should be routinely screened for...
- Screening for Problem Drinking: Does a Single Question Work? Nazhat Taj; Devera-Sales, Amelia; Vinson, Daniel C. // Journal of Family Practice;Apr1998, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p328
BACKGROUND. Brief interventions with problem drinkers have been shown to be effective, but physicians often do not ask about alcohol use. If a single question could effectively screen for problem drinking, it might facilitate intervention with problem drinkers. METHODS. A cross-sectional study...
- Assessing the psychometric properties and the perceived usefulness of the BasisRaadsOnderzoek (BARO) as a first-line screening instrument for juvenile offenders. // Child & Adolescent Psychiatry & Mental Health;2011, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p24
The article presents a research which examines the efficacy of the BasisRaadsOnderzoek (BARO) as a first-line screening instrument for juvenile offenders in the Netherlands. According to the research, the BARO has sufficient to good psychometric properties because of which the Child Protection...
- Corrections. // American Family Physician;4/1/2013, Vol. 87 Issue 7, p464
Corrections to the articles "Screening for Depression," that appeared in the January 15, 2012 and "ACIP Releases 2013 Immunization Schedules," that appeared in the February 1, 2013 are presented.
- Development and validation of a psychosocial screening instrument for cancer. Linden, Wolfgang; Dahyun Yi; Barroetavena, Maria Cristina; MacKenzie, Regina; Doll, Richard // Health & Quality of Life Outcomes;2005, Vol. 3, p54
Background: We are reporting on the development of a psychosocial screening tool for cancer patients. The tool was to be brief, at a relatively low reading level, capture psychological variables relevant to distress and health-related quality-of-life in cancer patients, possess good reliability...
- Pulmonary complications of asbestos exposure. Lordi, George M.; Reichman, Lee B. // American Family Physician;12/1/1993, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p1471
Examines the occurrence of pulmonary complications caused by asbestos exposure. Pleural plaques and pleural thickening as symptoms; Clinical criteria for the diagnosis of asbestosis; Reliable history of asbestos exposure.
- Lymphocyte B and T cell subsets in peripheral blood from patients with asbestosis Liming, Peng; Xun, Wang // British Journal of Industrial Medicine;Feb1993, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p183
No abstract available.
- Asbestosis: a study of dose-response relationships in an asbestos textile factory Lewinsohn, H. C.; Gilson, J. C.; Berry, G.; Holmes, S.; Roach, S. A. // British Journal of Industrial Medicine;May1979, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p98
No abstract available.
- Westminster could face ...15m asbestos insurance claims. Wild, Damian // Public Finance;03/22/96, p2
Presents that Westminster LBC had allegedly risked the lives of families it moved into asbestos-ridden towers. Number of families suffering from asbestosis-related disease Mesothelioma; Damages awarded per person; Potential liability of Westminster.