October 17, 2019

Austin Journal of Nutrition & Metabolism

Calcium Intake is Associated to Changes in the Interplay between Bone, Pancreas and Fat Tissue in the Control of Glucose Homeostasis- Experimental Study

Abstract: Background: Bone remodeling, insulin levels and fat mass interrelationship in glucose homeostasis control was evaluated in Weaning Normal (W) and Obese (O) rats fed High (H), Normal (N) or Low (L) Ca intakes...

October 16, 2019

Austin Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Sexual Dysfunction and Domestic Violence among Infertile Females: A Cross-Sectional Study

Abstract: Background: Sexual dysfunction and interpersonal relationship have been reported as the associated factors with infertility. The association between sexual dysfunction-violence and infertility is complex and reciprocal...

October 11, 2019

Austin Cardiology

Obesity and Heart Failure in a Health Area

Abstract: Objective: To analyze the relationship of the Body Mass Index (BMI) with heart failure in a health area...

October 11, 2019

Advance Research in Textile Engineering

Development and Characterization of Chipboard from Sugarcane Bagasse and Jute Fiber

Abstract: In this investigation an attempt has been made to fabricate jute reinforced bagasse composites that was developed by layer by layer techniques of composite manufacturing methods...

October 11, 2019

Austin Sports Medicine

Teaching the Proper Exercise Loads-The Consequence of Excessive Exercise

Abstract: An excessive physical exercise destructively influences on humans. This question has now a not overpriced meaning because there are more and more popular extreme kinds of tourism, recreation and sport, and far shifting limits of results attained in elite sport...

October 11, 2019

Austin Sports Medicine

Education of Healthy Training Throughout the Supercompensation Phenomenon

Abstract: Living beings have a gift-it is called regeneration. Humans have a considerable regeneration capacity. From this viewpoint, a workout can be considered as controlled bodily harm and "post-training regeneration" is not different from the scratched-skin healing process...

October 11, 2019

Austin Sports Medicine

A Point of View on Rotator Cuff Repair

Abstract: I read with interest the recent article by Koh et al. [1] in the April 2011 issue of Arthroscopy. The ongoing controversy concerning single-versus double-row rotator cuff repairs is of great importance and includes a number of factors that must be considered...

October 11, 2019

Journal of Psychiatry & Mental Disorders

The "Motivation-Skill-Desensitization-Psychological Energy (MSDE)" Intervention Model is Promoted by Chinese Ministry of Justice as a New Method for Drug Addiction Treatment

Abstract: Drug dependence is defined as recurrent encephalopathy, which not only seriously harms the individual's physical and mental health, quality of life, reputation, academics and career, but also deeply hurts relatives and society...

October 11, 2019

Austin Surgery Case Reports

Perioperative Immunonutrition in Spine and Total Joint Surgery

Abstract: Background: In the current era of adding value to healthcare, modifiable risk factors have become a major focus. Quality and outcomes are now measured, reported, and tied to reimbursement...

October 11, 2019

Journal of Bacteriology and Mycology

Biosurfactants in Biomedical Fields

Abstract: Biosurfactants are a group of surface-active molecules produced by microorganisms. The use of biosurfactants in the medicinal field has increased during the past decade...