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Neurology Alzheimer's Disease Anti-Inflammatory Prevention Trial. A prevention trial which investigated whether inflammation is linked to the neurodegenerative changes of Alzheimer's disease and, if so, whether NSAIDs—e.g., naproxen and celecoxib—provide any benefit
Psychiatry Adolescent Depression Antidepressant and Psychotherapy. A clinical trial that compared healthcare outcomes of treatment with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) plus cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) versus SSRI alone in adolescents with major depression.
Conclusion The SSRI + CBT group was more expensive than the SSRI-only group and no more cost-effective. There was an average decrease in suicidal thoughts and self-harm and no significant increase in disinhibition, irritability and violence compared to baseline
Rheumatology Arthritis, Diet and Activity Promotion Trial. A clinical trial that queried the effect of lifestyle modification on physical function, pain, and disability in obese, sedentary older adults with knee OA
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When no attempts were made to adaptively control prices and specifications, i.
11,12,13,14,16) Such a principle or its features would predict phenomena such as adaptively responsive mutagenesis to environmental stress.
These findings add to a growing body of research demonstrating that it's possible for people to reflect on negative experiences either adaptively or maladaptively," Grossmann said.
Helping the patient learn to use dissociation adaptively, and repairing the splits in sell-integration caused by chronic overuse of dissociation, are also part of any trauma-focused work.
Because these limitations make the transition from model search to model application in adaptive instruction more difficult, this paper describes our work to modify an existing data mining model so that it can also be used to select practice adaptively.
The sad truth remains that the structures being demolished could have been adaptively reused in the new facility, providing it with unique architectural features and unusually beautiful stonework, or could have been used for an alternate purpose.
He offers parents, educators, and policymakers a scientific analysis of learning--which views learning as, fundamentally, a physical, biological process manifested as the ability to modify output adaptively in response to experience--and discusses how knowledge of the scientific basis of learning can be used to improve education.
The new version substantially improves the multi-gridding capabilities of FLO/EMC by adaptively populating the mesh based on geometric characteristics.
In addition, these UNIX enhancements build on the existing ability for Windows storage environments to adaptively optimize the placement of data on the most appropriate storage device available on the network.
This new virtual light meter is essentially a customized integration tool, using numerical quadrature of the specified BRDF model over an adaptively subdivided source and receptor aperture (Fig.
The simulated chromosomes can undergo recombination or mutation, leading to offspring that respond more or less adaptively within the environment.