A Clinical Study to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of Bacopa Caplets in Memory and Learning Ability: A Double Blind Placebo Controlled Study (Global Dispensary) (Report)

A Clinical Study to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of Bacopa Caplets in Memory and Learning Ability: A Double Blind Placebo Controlled Study (Global Dispensary) (Report)

Introduction Memory is an integral part of our existence, yet it is only vaguely understood. It is the ability to retain and utilise acquired information or knowledge.

Web Usability Testing with a Hispanic Medically Underserved Population (Report)

Web Usability Testing with a Hispanic Medically Underserved Population (Report)

INTRODUCTION Lack of health literacy (the ability of the individual to find and use information to make informed health decisions) has been named one of the biggest problems in the United States by the surgeon general and the Institute of Medicine [1, 2]. Low health literacy affects 90 million people nationwide and costs the United […]

Buprenorphine Clinics: An Integrated and Multidisciplinary Approach to Treating Opioid Dependence (Scientific Article: Special Issue) (Report)

Buprenorphine Clinics: An Integrated and Multidisciplinary Approach to Treating Opioid Dependence (Scientific Article: Special Issue) (Report)

Introduction Opioid dependence remains a very difficult problem facing the state of West Virginia, be it prescription opioids or heroin. Access to care for those struggling with opioid dependence continues to be problematic as well.

Putting the Pieces Together: Endometriosis Blogs, Cognitive Authority, And Collaborative Information Behavior (Report)

Putting the Pieces Together: Endometriosis Blogs, Cognitive Authority, And Collaborative Information Behavior (Report)

INTRODUCTION Chronic illness is a context in which people may do a great deal of “information work” [1]. Chronic illnesses are often broad in scope and effect, difficult to diagnose, complex, ever changing, and not amenable to conventional treatments. They often have significant physical, emotional, and social repercussions, and their management requires work by the […]

First Do No Harm: Addressing Respiratory Morbidity in the Newborn and Child Following Elective Caesarean Section Before 39 Weeks' Gestation (Scientific Letters) (Clinical Report)

First Do No Harm: Addressing Respiratory Morbidity in the Newborn and Child Following Elective Caesarean Section Before 39 Weeks’ Gestation (Scientific Letters) (Clinical Report)

To the Editor: Globally, caesarean section (CS) rates are increasing and vary between 18% and 31%, (1,2) but between 65% and 82% in some countries with private health care. (3,4) A CS performed for the right indication is in the best interest of the mother and/or baby. However, the indications for an elective CS at […]