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INFLUENCE OF DIETARY FACTOR IN STUDENT PERFORMANCE

Introduction Nutrition during adolescence is of great importance in the quality of life and in school performance. In our society, eating habits are changing due to socio-cultural and family factors, new ideas about self-image and a global food culture. Data published in the National Health Survey (ENSANUT 2006), suggest that excess weight in adolescents between 12 and 19 years, has a national average of 31.9% in Mexico. One in 3 teens have excessive weight in our country. Several studies suggest that foods high in energy density and large portions of food, increase energy consumption and hence weight gain. Bottled soft drinks currently consumed, contribute to the epidemic of obesity and type II diabetes in Mexico. The intake of energy from these drink, represent 21% of the total energy consumption in Mexican adolescents. This, added to the energy from the diet, both contribute to these epidemics. Therefore, the adoption of patterns of consumption of healthy food and drinks for adolescents should be a priority for the population, since a well-balanced diet positively affects the physical and intellectual development of adolescents.  
katy torres
almost 12 years ago
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Listen to the lecture: Injustice and the chronic pain sufferer

<embed type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="350" height="24" allowfullscreen="true" allowscriptaccess="always" src="http://www.archive.org/flow/flowplayer.commercial-3.0.5.swf" w3c="true" flashvars='config={"key":"#$b6eb72a0f2f1e29f3d4","playlist":[{"url":"http://www.archive.org/download/InjusticeAndTheChronicPainSufferer/InjusticeAndTheChronicPainSufferer.mp3","autoPlay":false}],"clip":{"autoPlay":true},"canvas":{"backgroundColor":"0x000000","backgroundGradient":"none"},"plugins":{"audio":{"url":"http://www.archive.org/flow/flowplayer.audio-3.0.3-dev.swf"},"controls":{"playlist":false,"fullscreen":false,"gloss":"high","backgroundColor":"0x000000","backgroundGradient":"medium","sliderColor":"0x777777","progressColor":"0x777777","timeColor":"0xeeeeee","durationColor":"0x01DAFF","buttonColor":"0x333333","buttonOverColor":"0x505050"}},"contextMenu":[{"Listen+to+InjusticeAndTheChronicPainSufferer+at+archive.org":"function()"},"-","Flowplayer 3.0.5"]}'> </embed><br /><br />Lecture given by Dr Joanna McParland of Glasgow Caledonian University to the West of Scotland Pain Group on Wednesday 24th March 2010. Dr McParland discusses beliefs about justice and fairness and how they impact on the person with chronic pain.<div class="blogger-post-footer"><img width='1' height='1' src='https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/13562045-963312561037419203?l=wspain.blogspot.com' alt='' /></div>  
West of Scotland Pain Group lectures
about 11 years ago
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Listen to the lecture: The role of illness perceptions and medicine beliefs in adherence to chronic pain medication

Download an <a href="http://www.archive.org/download/TheRoleOfIllnessPerceptionAndMedicineBeliefsInAdherenceToChronic/TheRoleOfIllnessPerceptionsAndMedicineBeliefsInAdherenceToChronicPainMedication-LeanneRamsayMartinDunbar_64kb.mp3">mp3 file</a> of the lecture or listen to streaming audio:<br /><br /><embed src="http://www.archive.org/flow/FlowPlayerLight.swf" allowfullscreen="true" allowscriptaccess="always" quality="high" bgcolor="ffffff" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" pluginspage="http://www.adobe.com/go/getflashplayer" flashvars="config={&quot;controlBarBackgroundColor&quot;:&quot;0x000000&quot;,&quot;loop&quot;:false,&quot;baseURL&quot;:&quot;http://www.archive.org/download/&quot;,&quot;showVolumeSlider&quot;:true,&quot;controlBarGloss&quot;:&quot;high&quot;,&quot;playList&quot;:[{&quot;url&quot;:&quot;TheRoleOfIllnessPerceptionAndMedicineBeliefsInAdherenceToChronic/TheRoleOfIllnessPerceptionsAndMedicineBeliefsInAdherenceToChronicPainMedication-LeanneRamsayMartinDunbar_64kb.mp3&quot;}],&quot;showPlayListButtons&quot;:true,&quot;usePlayOverlay&quot;:false,&quot;menuItems&quot;:[false,false,false,false,true,true,false],&quot;initialScale&quot;:&quot;scale&quot;,&quot;autoPlay&quot;:false,&quot;autoBuffering&quot;:false,&quot;showMenu&quot;:false,&quot;showMuteVolumeButton&quot;:true,&quot;showFullScreenButton&quot;:false}&amp;" width="350px" height="28px"></embed><div class="blogger-post-footer"><img width='1' height='1' src='https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/13562045-1273844229544930067?l=wspain.blogspot.com' alt='' /></div>  
West of Scotland Pain Group lectures
about 11 years ago
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Maternal preconception and gender selection

Maternal preconception and gender selection has long been a controversial topic. Are you more likely to conceive a boy if you eat red meat, and a girl if you make love under a full moon? Oldwives tales and fantasies exploring sexual position, diet, and dominance circulate the Internet however how can we logically distinguish between fact and fiction? The topic has widespread cultural implications. Sex-related abortions are on the increase in China and India where local customs and religious virtues appear to strongly correlate with the systematic elimination of girls. In an effort to challenge the dogma of chance fertilization two main research streams have explored variations in maternal condition and gender conception. The ‘Maternal Dominance’ hypothesis has suggested trait dominance, underpinned by serum testosterone, correlates with increased male conception rates. The second, ‘Maternal condition’ hypothesis relates to pre-conceptual maternal diet, investigating variations in both quantity and quality of diet and effects on sex ratios. However such assumptions have been difficult to replicate and more recent evidence has suggested changes in maternal condition may have a stronger influence Maternal adaptations in behavior appear to closely correlate with biased gender ratios and can have wider connotations on sex-linked disease inheritance. However unless we can identify molecular mechanisms influencing the intrauterine environment and follicular development, hypothesis will remain mere assumptions.  
Langhit Kurar
over 10 years ago
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Introducing Competency-based postgraduate medical education (CbPME) In Cruces Hospital (Basque Country- Span)

Fierst experience in Spanish Hospital. We have adopted the seven roles of the Global Minimum Essential Requirements (International Institute of Medical Education-New York) with contributions based on CanMEDS-2000 and the Outcome Project-ACGME-USA. The main objective is to change the medical education culture of trainees, supervisors and medical teams. Summary of results. Implementation actions: 1. Reflexive Portfolio: Evidence of skills and knowledge, with written reflection in each of the seven roles. In 2009, 31% (43/137) of the residents of the first and the second year, wrote reflections on the seven roles. 2. A new design of Global Resident Competency Rating Form (seven roles). 3. A Continuing Medical Education programme focused on the supervisor  
Jesús Morán_Barrrios
almost 9 years ago
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Behind the scenes - medical illustration

Time lapse video showing how Matt Skalski creates his amazing custom medical illustrations for our radiology video tutorials.  
Radiopaedia
over 8 years ago
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Blood Cultures - Full Process

Blood Cultures - Full Procedure The Blood Cultures procedure performed following official University Hospitals of Leicester (UHL) Guidelines Stage 1 - Consent 0:35 Stage 2 - Equipment 2:14 Stage 3 - Procedure 3:24 Stage 4 - After Care 9:59 http://leicesterclinicalskills.weebly.com  
Leicester Clinical Skills
over 7 years ago
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Blood Cultures - Procedure only

Blood Cultures performed following University Hospitals of Leicester (UHL) guidelines. This video demonstrates how to perform the procedure only. If you want a more in depth video visit our website or youtube page. http://leicesterclinicalskills.weebly.com/  
Leicester Clinical Skills
over 7 years ago
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Bacterial Etiologies of Common Infections (Antibiotics - Lecture 2)

A summary of the role and composition of normal flora, the typical bacterial pathogens causing several common infectious diseases, diagnosis of UTI, and interpretation as to whether a positive blood culture represents true infection or contamination. Bonus points to anyone who can identify the mystery portrait.  
Nicole Chalmers
over 7 years ago
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Anatomy of the human body

Film for medical anatomy of the human body Private medical students.  
YouTube
over 7 years ago
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Sterilisation

Sterilisation Can be controversial in some cultures Should only be undertaken in stable relationships where the couple is certain they do not want any more children   Epidemiology Rates falling in developed countries UK is unusual as the number of men receiving the operation is greater than the number of women 18% of men between 18-69 have had a vasectomy  
almostadoctor.com - free medical student revision notes
over 7 years ago
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Medical revalidation

Our qualitative assessment of the impact to date of medical revalidation on the behaviour of doctors and the culture of organisations within seven case study sites across England. Medical revalidation of doctors became a statutory obligation for all employing organisations in 2012, but its origins stretch back to 2000. In that period, the NHS has undergone many changes and been scrutinised by several reviews. It was against this shifting context that The King's Fund carried out a qualitative assessment of the impact to date of medical revalidation on the behaviour of doctors and the culture of organisations within seven case study sites across England.  
kingsfund.org.uk
over 7 years ago
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Medical Student Podcast Special Edition - Ben Goldacre

Ben Goldacre answers your questions. 00:12 Affect of big data on medicine. 2:18 How med students can change pharma industry. 3:25 What culture change is needed to change bad medicine?  
Audioboo
over 7 years ago
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The culture of a trauma team in relation to human factors

J Clin Nurs. 2006 Oct;15(10):1257-66.  
ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
over 7 years ago