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AJKD 20h
Tolerance to Sodium in Patients With CKD-Induced Metabolic Acidosis: Does the Accompanying Anion Matter? by David A. Bushinsky
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Association for Child & Adolescent Mental Health May 25
Childhood neurodevelopmental difficulties & risk of adolescent depression: the role of irritability. Olga Eyre, Rachael Hughes, Ajay Thapar, Ellen Leibenluft Evie Stergiakouli, Stephan Collishaw
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Dr. Louise Platt May 22
My paper on and has 'officially' been published in Vol 22 Issue 3 of - it is an article online so ALL can read for free
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John Doyle May 23
As Editor,delighted that is publishing a special volume of Irish Studies in International Affairs to mark 100 years of Irish Foreign Policy . 12 previously published ISIA articles covering the century are now
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LucyRobinson May 22
Just published my latest article with : in memory of my Dad x
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Eric Topol May 21
The first chronological map of human health: temporal onset of physical and mental health conditions in ~4 million people
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Gossip Guy 11h
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Eric Topol May 24
Automated, self-detection of heart attack via smartphone + ECG algorithm in patients with known heart disease: validation in a small multi center trial
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Eric Topol May 23
This follows from 's Feb 9 editorials, the journal that's standing up for women (w/ that entire dedicated issue of ~50 articles, ) by
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Ignacio Sanz Martin 6h
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BJSM May 18
One of the biggest papers of the year? Mental health in elite athletes: International Olympic Committee consensus statement (2019)
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European Federation Sports Medicine Associations May 24
How much you know about your athleteโ€™s Mental health ! The IOC consensus statement 2019 is here ! Fantastic paper and
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BJSM May 20
due to popular demand! Isometric exercise for acute pain relief: is it relevant in tendinopathy management?
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Digitising the NHM May 22
Museum collections date back hundreds of years and contain valuable information about the planet's past and possible future. Providing to natural history data around the world can help tackle the challenges we face today.
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Knowledge Undead May 23
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SpringerJPLifeSci May 18
Sasaki T. et al. (2018) 3D Visualization of Calcified and Non-calcified Molluscan Tissues Using Computed Tomography. From the book: Biomineralization. Springer ่ฒ้กžๅญฆไผš@ๆฑไบฌๅฎถๆ”ฟๅญฆ้™ข
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Predatory Publishing May 24
"Its hundreds of journals have thousands of published articles, and it continues to expand and launch new journals"
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Journal of Biological Chemistry 19h
"This information, in turn, may be useful in identifying which patients would most benefit from ATR inhibitor treatment regimens"
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Dโ“niel Mietchen 13h
Anyone know of a comprehensive list of policies regarding any/all of - - (in research/ education contexts) - - ? Planning to build machine-friendly collections of these via and wanna make sure not to miss previous work.
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UniWestPress 2h
'in a financial crisis, bubbles are the feminine; machines are the masculine' - Micky Lee's new book talks about tulips, movies, &
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