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Predicting Professional Quality of Life among Professional and Volunteer Caregivers

By: Avieli H., Ben-David S., Levy I.
Published in: Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units:   | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: This study is one of the few that has compared volunteersa professional quality of life (PQL), which includes secondary (more…)

Improving sustainability of aquaculture in Europe: Stakeholder dialogues on Integrated Multi-trophic Aquaculture (IMTA)

By: Alexander K.A., Angel D., Freeman S., Israel D., Johansen J., Kletou D., Meland M., Pecorino D., Rebours C., Rousou M., Shorten M., Potts T.
Published in: Environmental Science and Policy
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units: Marine Sciences  | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: Research into stakeholder perceptions of conventional aquaculture has focused upon issues such as risk, impact on other (more…)

Natural antioxidants for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: Molecular targets and clinical perspectives

By: Salomone F., Godos J., Zelber-Sagi S.
Published in: Liver International
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), the progressive form of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), is emerging as (more…)

The association between the strength of the working alliance and sharing concerns by advanced cancer patients: a pilot study

By: Bar-Sela G., Yochpaz S., Gruber R., Lulav-Grinwald D., Mitnik I., Koren D.
Published in: Supportive Care in Cancer
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units: Social Sciences  | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: Objectives: A strong therapeutic alliance between cancer patients and medical staff is associated with treatment adheren (more…)

The therapy beneath the fun: Medical clowning during invasive examinations on children

By: Ofir S., Tener D., Lev-Wiesel R., On A., Lang-Franco N.
Published in: Clinical Pediatrics
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units:   | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: Objective. The qualitative research presented here is part of a larger project on the significance of medical clowning d (more…)

Oxidative stress and nitric oxide in sedentary older adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities

By: Carmeli E., Bachar A., Rom O., Aizenbud D.
Published in: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: Individuals with moderate-to-profound intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) are characterized by significant (more…)

Development and validation of the Maladaptive Daydreaming Scale (MDS)

By: Somer E., Lehrfeld J., Bigelsen J., Jopp D.S.
Published in: Consciousness and Cognition
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units:   | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: This study describes the development of the Maladaptive Daydreaming Scale (MDS), a 14-item self-report instrument design (more…)

Understanding Universal Elements in Mental Health Recovery

By: Moran G.A.L.I.A., Russo-Netzer P.
Published in: Qualitative Health Research
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units:   | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: In our study, we examined underlying human elements embedded in mental health recovery, by exploring shared positive cha (more…)

Unemployment risk and income change after testicular cancer diagnosis: A population-based study

By: Rottenberg Y., Ratzon N.Z., Jacobs J.M., Cohen M., Peretz T., de Boer A.G.E.M.
Published in: Urologic Oncology: Seminars and Original Investigations
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units:   | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: Background: Among patients with cancer, returning to full working may serve as an indicator for return to normal lifesty (more…)

Longitudinal association of measures of adiposity with serum antioxidant concentrations in postmenopausal women

By: Kabat G.C., Heo M., Ochs-Balcom H.M., Leboff M.S., Mossavar-Rahmani Y., Adams-Campbell L.L., Nassir R., Ard J., Zaslavsky O., Rohan T.E.
Published in: European Journal of Clinical Nutrition
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units:   | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: Background/Objectives:The relationship between obesity and circulating levels of antioxidants is poorly understood. Most (more…)

Coffee and caffeine consumption and the risk of hypertension in postmenopausal women

By: Rhee J.J., Qin F.F., Hedlin H.K., Chang T.I., Bird C.E., Zaslavsky O., Manson J.E., Stefanick M.L., Winkelmayer W.C.
Published in: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units:   | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: Background: The associations of coffee and caffeine intakes with the risk of incident hypertension remain controversial. (more…)

Relationship between Personality Traits and Endogenous Analgesia: The Role of Harm Avoidance

By: Nahman-Averbuch H., Yarnitsky D., Sprecher E., Granovsky Y., Granot M.
Published in: Pain Practice
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: Background: Whether psychological factors such as anxiety and pain catastrophizing levels influence the expression of en (more…)

Effective learning and retention of braille letter tactile discrimination skills in children with developmental dyslexia

By: Hayek M., Dorfberger S., Karni A.
Published in: Developmental Science
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units: Natural Sciences  | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: Children with developmental dyslexia (DD) may differ from typical readers in aspects other than reading. The notion of a (more…)

Perceived descriptive safety-related driving norms within and outside Arab towns and villages in Israel

By: Baron-Epel O., Obid S., Fertig S., Gitelman V.
Published in: Traffic Injury Prevention
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: ABSTRACT: Objective: Involvement in car crashes is higher among Israeli Arabs compared to Jews. This study characterized (more…)

Health information exchange and information gaps in referrals to a pediatric emergency department

By: Chacour Bahous M., Shadmi E.
Published in: International Journal of Medical Informatics
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: Objective: to assess the extent of information gaps between three information sources available at admission to a pediat (more…)

A longitudinal study to evaluate pregnancy-induced endogenous analgesia and pain modulation

By: Carvalho B., Granot M., Sultan P., Wilson H., Landau R.
Published in: Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: Background and Objectives: The phenomenon of pregnancyinduced analgesia has been demonstrated in animal models but less (more…)

Emotional regulation and revictimization in women’s intimate relationships

By: Zamir O., Lavee Y.
Published in: Journal of Interpersonal Violence
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units:   | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: The aim of the current study was to test whether women’s emotional regulation (ER) capacity moderates the relationship b (more…)

Lifestyle changes for the treatment of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease: A review of observational studies and intervention trials

By: Zelber-Sagi S., Godos J., Salomone F.
Published in: Therapeutic Advances in Gastroenterology
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is emerging as a major public health problem because of its association with in (more…)

Sequence mining of comorbid neurodevelopmental disorders using the SPADE algorithm

By: Pimus I., Peleg M., Schertz M.
Published in: Methods of Information in Medicine
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units: Social Sciences  | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: Objectives: Understanding the progression of comorbid neurodevelopmental disorders (NDD) during different critical time (more…)

Risk factors for cervical cancer and CIN3 in Jewish women in Israel – Two case control studies

By: Bassal R., Schejter E., Bachar R., Perri T., Korach J., Jakobson-Setton A., Ben-David L.H., Cohen D., Keinan-Boker L.
Published in: Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention
SDGs : SDG 03  |  Units: Social Welfare & Health Sciences  | Time: 2016 |  Link
Description: Purpose: The aim of the study was to identify risk and protective factors/markers for cervical cancer and cervical intra (more…)