Aug 21, 2018

Austin Andrology

Nicotine Decreases Serum Testosterone via Autophagy in Leydig Cells

Abstract: Many previous reports have shown that nicotine exposure have hazardous effects on testosterone, which is produced within the testis by Leydig cells. Recently, a research claimed that apoptosis has been detected in Leydig cells after nicotine exposure...

Aug 21, 2018

Journal of Community Medicine & Health Care

Prevalence and Predictors of Female Genital Cutting in Nigeria: an Analysis of 2013 Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey

Abstract: Background: Reproductive health is one of the prerequisites for sustainable development and female genital cutting is an essential component of reproductive health. Female genital cutting has a cultural significance as it manifests the sexuality of women...

Aug 21, 2018

Journal of Community Medicine & Health Care

Transparency of Medical Spas in North Carolina

Abstract: Background: Medical spas are rapidly growing entities marketing injectable products and laser procedures, which have been associated with devastating complications, including skin necrosis, vision loss, disfigurement, scarring, infection, and death...

Aug 21, 2018

Austin Journal of Nursing & Health Care

Mentoring and Advising to Reduce the Nursing Shortage

Abstract: The current national nurse shortage presents a dilemma that has far reaching consequences. As the status of the healthcare delivery system in the United States (US) hangs in limbo, the delivery of that care is also called into question...

Aug 20, 2018

Austin Journal of Lung Cancer Research

Wharton Jelly-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Abstract: The term "prenatal" refers to the periodnear the birth, but technically it takes about 20 weeks from pregnancy to the first 28 days after birth. It is proven that the umbilical cord and pre-natal tissues that are assumed as discarded tissues are rich in stem cells...

Aug 20, 2018

International Journal of Nutritional Sciences

Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids and their Role in the Diet of Cancer Patients: An Overview

Abstract: Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (PUFAs) are a class of natural compounds with interesting biochemical effects on human health. Indeed, in addition to their beneficial effects in brain and cardiovascular disorders, ω-3 LC-PUFA...

Aug 17, 2018

Annals of Nursing Research and Practice

Attempt to Evaluate Sexual Self-Consciousness in Selected Groups of Nurses

Abstract: People who are sexually active and have high sexual self-consciousness have better cognitive performance. Some authors emphasize that the factor positively influencing the cognitive performance of older people is not only the continuation of sexual relations but...

Aug 15, 2018

Austin Internal Medicine

Polluted Water Increases the Risk of Dementia

Abstract: Dementia is a syndrome of cognitive and functional decline, commonly occurring in later life as a result of neurodegenerative and cerebrovascular processes beginning earlier in the life course...

Aug 13, 2018

Austin Hematology

Cerebral Hemorrhage in a Patient with Thrombocythemia

Abstract: A 57-year-old man, presenting essential thrombocythemia (thrombocytosis: 330-590 * 109/L; JAK2V617F positive), had acute onset of aphasia and headache...

Aug 10, 2018

Gastrointestinal Cancer: Research & Therapy

Colorectal Cancer: Up To Date Oncolytic Virotherapy

Abstract: Oncolytic virotherapy is one of the most attractive and emerging approach for treating human cancers including colorectal cancer, boosted by the recent approval of talimogene laherparepvec (TVEC) by FDA, a modified herpes simplex virus 1 encoding human GMSpecial...