abbreviation for Doctor of Science.
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This study may help us understand whether epigenetic mechanisms contribute to chronic disease susceptibility already prior to birth," Karin Michels, Sc.
The single biggest factor explaining the link between severe child adult cardiovascular disease was the tendency of abused girls to have gained more weight throughout adolescence and into adulthood," Janet Rich-Edwards, Sc.
Because of the dangers of inactivity, innovative forms of physical activity and exercise for persons with mobility impairment need to be developed and implemented," says Yvette Blanchard, Sc.
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Long-term use of a daily multivitamin did not provide cognitive benefits," concluded investigators led by Francine Grodstein, Sc.
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Those with active job strain defined as high-demand work featuring a high sense of control, based on Robert Karasek's 14-item job strain model used in this study, had a 60% increase in total cardiovascular events compared with those reporting low job strain, Natalie Slopen, Sc.
Our findings indicate that the risk of type 2 diabetes for African-American women is influenced not just by individual characteristics, but by the characteristics of the neighbourhoods in which they live," said senior author Julie Palmer, Sc.
The incidence of hepatitis dropped from 35% to 19% among children aged 2-18 years between a baseline period of 1990-1997 and 2003, said Annemarie Wasley, Sc.
Award-Winning Scientific Team Is Led by Drug Delivery Pioneer Nicholas Peppas, Sc.
The entire process of creating and publishing works of fiction is being re-invented with our website," said Steve Weinstein, Sc.