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Vaginal progesterone is associated with a decrease in risk for early preterm birth and improved neonatal outcome in women with a short cervix: A secondary analysis from a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial
Objective: To investigate the efficacy of vaginal progesterone to prevent early preterm birth in women with sonographic evidence of a short cervical length in the midtrimester. Methods: This was a planned, but modified, ...
Mind and muscle: The cognitive-affective neuroscience of exercise
There is growing basic-science interest in the mechanisms underpinning the positive effects of exercise on brain function and cognitive-affective performance. There is also increasing clinical evidence that exercise may ...
SP110 polymorphisms are not associated with pulmonary tuberculosis in a South African population
Susceptibility to tuberculosis (TB) in mice has recently been attributed to the Ipr1 gene. Polymorphisms in the human homologue, SP110, have been investigated in various populations with only one study finding an association ...
Remission in early psychosis: Rates, predictors, and clinical and functional outcome correlates
Background: Recently, the "Remission in Schizophrenia Working Group" proposed remission criteria consisting of a reduction to mild levels on key symptoms for at least 6 months. Aims: This study applied these remission ...