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Plant sizes mediate mowing-induced changes in nutrient stoichiometry and allocation of a perennial grass in semi-arid grassland

Abstract While mowing-induced changes in plant traits and their effects on ecosystem functioning in semi-arid grassland are well studied, the relations between plant size and nutrient strategies are largely unknown. Mowing may drive the shifts of plant nut ...

Determining threatened species distributions in the face of limited data: Spatial conservation prioritization for the Chinese giant salamander (Andrias davidianus)

Abstract The purpose of this study was to determine whether limited occurrence data for highly threatened species can provide useful spatial information to inform conservation. The study was conducted across central and southern China. We developed a habit ...

JPM, Vol. 8, Pages 10: Gene Environment Interactions and Predictors of Colorectal Cancer in Family-Based, Multi-Ethnic Groups

JPM, Vol. 8, Pages 10: Gene Environment Interactions and Predictors of Colorectal Cancer in Family-Based, Multi-Ethnic Groups Journal of Personalized Medicine doi: 10.3390/jpm8010010 Authors: S. Pamela Shiao James Grayson Chong Ho Yu Brandi Wasek Teodoro ...

Occupational Safety and Health Online: How to Find Reliable Information

Frank van Dijk, Yohama Caraballo-Arias, Jos Verbeek, Carel Hulshof and Paul Smits. Published by Learning and Development Occupational Health (LDOH) foundation, 3rd edition (English), 2016, Hilversum, The Netherlands. ISBN: 978-90-823790-1-3. Price: €10.00 ...

Dangerous Trades: The Historical, Social, and Legal Aspects of Industrial Occupations as Affecting Health, by a Number of Experts

Edited by Thomas Oliver. John Murray, London, 1902. ...

Navigating the health–work interface—vocational rehabilitation in the UK

The interface between work and health is complex and poses a variety of issues for health professionals. Health factors may be congenital or inherited (or acquired at an early age) or present later in life. They may recover fully, improve partially, leave ...

What should we tell shift workers to do to reduce their cancer risk?

Two articles published in 2001 in the same issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute drew attention to possible cancer risks from night work. ...

In this issue of Occupational Medicine

With an increasingly diverse labour force and rapidly changing work environments, understanding the bi-directional relationship between work and health is as important as ever. The adverse effects of shift and night work have received significant attention ...

Screening for latent tuberculosis in UK health care workers

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Demoralization and stress—we can all help (?)

‘Finally, it’s the weekend!’ These words or words to similar effect can be heard quite often in and around our city’s university medical centre, and admittedly, these words pass my lips as well occasionally. Most of us will recognize those weeks when nothi ...

Corbett McDonald

Corbett McDonald, one of the truly colossal figures in occupational health, died in 2016. In ‘Farewell to Corbett, but Not to His Contributions’ Trevor Ogden and Graham Gibbs commemorate the first anniversary of his death in the Annals of Workplace Exposur ...

Fifty years ago: The scope of occupational medicine in a university health service

While university occupational health includes classical, formal environmental health problems such as laboratory safety, radiation and so on, its central concern, I believe, should be with the main function of the University as an institution, namely, teac ...

Tim Nolan, Royal Air Force Harrier and HMS Illustrious, 2017

This 80 cm × 50 cm oil on wood painting depicts a Royal Air Force (RAF) Harrier that has taken off from the Royal Navy (RN) aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious. The painting was commissioned by Group Captain Tom Lyons, a fast-jet pilot and RAF Inspector of Fl ...

Occupational Medicine Calendar

2018DateEventContact AddressVenueApril 16–19BOHS Annual Occupational Hygiene Conference http://www.oh-2018.com/ Stratford-upon-Avon, UKApril 29 – May 2Annual American Occupational Health Conference (103rd AOHC) http://www.acoem.org/educational_conferences. ...

Public mnline information about tinnitus: A cross-sectional study of youtube videos

Corey H Basch, Jingjing Yin, Betty Kollia, Adeyemi Adedokun, Stephanie Trusty, Felicia Yeboah, Isaac Chun-Hai Fung Noise and Health 2018 20(92):1-8 ...

Influences of combined traffic noise on the ability of learning and memory in mice

Guo-Qing Di, Zhao-Qi Qin Noise and Health 2018 20(92):9-15 ...

Examination of previously published data to identify patterns in the social representation of “Loud music” in young adults across countries

Vinaya Manchaiah, Fei Zhao, Susan Oladeji, Pierre Ratinaud Noise and Health 2018 20(92):16-22 ...

The hearing of rural workers exposed to noise and pesticides

Tereza R. R. Sena, Solano S.F Dourado, Lucas V Lima, Ângelo R Antoniolli Noise and Health 2018 20(92):23-26 ...

Cathodal neuromodulation of dominant temporoparietal cortex with transcranial direct current stimulation for tinnitus: A case series

Rohit Verma, Nand Kumar, Rakesh Kumar, Saurabh Kumar, Preethy Kathiresan Noise and Health 2018 20(92):27-29 There is scant literature on the effectiveness of using transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) as an intervention modality for managing tin ...

Correction to: Integrating multiple data sources (MUDS) for meta-analysis to improve patient-centered outcomes research: a protocol for a systematic review

The correct title of the article [1] should be “Integrating multiple data sources (MUDS) for meta-analysis to improve patient-centered outcomes research: a protocol”. The article is a protocol for a methodolog... ...

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