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Developing practical techniques for quantitative assessment of ecosystem services on farmland
The application of the concept of ecosystem services in the context of environmental management of agricultural landscapes is a relatively new and developing topic. There is increasing demand for the delivery of ecosystem ...
Silodosin oral films: Development, physico-mechanical properties and in vitro dissolution studies in simulated saliva
Sublingual film dosage forms for drugs used for fast symptomatic treatment have promise because they allow a rapid onset of action. The aim of this study was to prepare films of silodosin intended for sublingual administration ...
The prevalence and impact of online trolling of UK members of parliament
Online trolling is a new phenomenon that is increasingly coming to public attention. Recent events in the United Kingdom (UK) have raised concerns about this behaviour. Trolling is particularly targeted at public figures, ...
The hardest part is knowing I’ll survive: The use of music and creative mediums to enhance empathy and facilitate life-long distance learning in professionally qualified clinicians
Music is an experience that can cross personal and professional domains alongside cultural, gender, age and generational boundaries; it can also enhance the learning process through emotional processing and connection. ...
Characteristics of deaths associated with kratom use
Background: Kratom (Mitragyna speciosa) use has increased in Western countries, with a growing number of associated deaths. There is a growing debate about the involvement of kratom in these events. Aims: This study details ...
Priming Older Adults and People with Alzheimer’s Disease Analogical Problem-solving with True and False Memories
We investigated the extent to which activation of specific information in associative networks during a memory task could facilitate subsequent analogical problem solving in healthy older adults as well as those with early ...
Overlap of obsessive-compulsive personality disorder and autism spectrum disorder traits among OCD outpatients: An exploratory study
Background: Whereas the phenomenology of obsessive–compulsive personality disorder (OCPD) shows similarities to that of obsessive compulsive and related disorders (OCRDs) as well as with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), the ...
Heat enhanced follicular delivery of isotretinoin to the skin
Purpose: The aim of this work was to evaluate the use of short durations of externally applied heat with chemical penetration enhancers to improve delivery of isotretinoin to the skin and in particular via the follicular ...
A cross sectional study of impact and clinical risk factors of antipsychotic-induced OCD
A large proportion of schizophrenia patients treated with second generation antipsychotics will develop Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). However, there are few studies about the impact of this comorbidity and who is ...