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The Journal of the National Cancer Institute and The New England Journal of Medicine published articles in 1996 about a trial that was conducted to determine if vitamin A ( in the form of retinyl palmitate ) and β-carotene had any beneficial effects to prevent cancer.
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McCarry was editor-at-large for National Geographic and has contributed pieces to The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and other national publications.
X-Stop was shown to block sites such as the Quaker web site, the National Journal of Sexual Orientation Law, the Heritage Foundation, and parts of The Ethical Spectacle.
* Heidler, David S. " The Politics of National Aggression: Congress and the First Seminole War ," Journal of the Early Republic 1993 13 ( 4 ): 501 – 530.
In February 1999, an unsigned article that media outlets attributed to Falwell was published in the National Liberty Journal – a promotional publication of the university he founded – claimed that the Teletubby named Tinky Winky was intended as a gay role model.
North of the memorial is the Journal Record Building, which now houses the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum, an affiliate of the National Park Service.
* Bel, Germà ( 2006 ), " The coining of ` privatisation ´ and Germany's National Socialist Party ", Journal of Economic Perspectives 20 ( 3 ), 187-194
* Elliott, Mark C. " The Limits of Tartary: Manchuria in Imperial and National Geographies ", Journal of Asian Studies 59 ( 2000 ): 603 – 46.
Falwell issued an attack in his National Liberty Journal, citing a Washington Post " In / Out " column which stated that lesbian comedian Ellen DeGeneres was " out " as the chief national gay representative, while trendy Tinky Winky was " in.
"' We Shall Rebuild Anew a Powerful Nation ': UNRRA, Internationalism and National Reconstruction in Poland ," Journal of Contemporary History, July 2008, Vol.
To assist physicians in the skills necessary to provide this oversight, the Wilderness Medical Society and the National Association of EMS Physicians jointly supported the development in 2011 of a unique " Wilderness EMS Medical Director " certification course, which was cited by the Journal of EMS as one of the Top 10 EMS Innovations of 2011.
* Ickes, Harold L. " The Place of Housing in National Rehabilitation ," Journal of Land & Public Utility Economics, Vol.
In 2000, a special section of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences ( PNAS ) was devoted to " evo-devo ", and an entire 2005 issue of the Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution was devoted to the key evo-devo topics of evolutionary innovation and morphological novelty.
* William Conant Church ( 1836 – 1917 ), co-founder of Armed Forces Journal and the National Rifle Association
A 1999 study in the Journal of Public Economics analyzed the British National Health Service and found that its waiting times function as an effective market disincentive, with a low elasticity of demand with respect to time.
The IHR published the non-peer reviewed Journal of Historical Review, which its critics ( including the ADL, the Danish Center for Holocaust and Genocide studies, and other scholars, such as Robert Hanyok, a National Security Agency historian ,) accused of being pseudo-scientific.
" Huguenot Immigrants and the Formation of National Identities, 1548-1787 ," Historical Journal 2007 50 ( 2 ): 309-331,
Journal and Cancer
In the original Kerr Wyllie and Currie paper, British Journal of Cancer, 1972 Aug ; 26 ( 4 ): 239-57, there is a footnote regarding the pronunciation:
She was also reported to be writing a one-woman play about her battle with breast cancer and her 2003 mastectomy, based on her book Journal: A Mother and Daughter's Recovery from Breast Cancer with photos by her daughter Annabel and text by Redgrave herself.
The most recent published research on DES daughters ' adverse health outcomes documented by the U. S. National Cancer Institute ( NCI ) appears in the October 6, 2011 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine under the authorship of RN Hoover et al., and lists these adverse effects and risk factors: Cumulative risks in women exposed to DES, as compared with those not exposed, were as follows: for infertility, 33. 3 % vs. 15. 5 %; spontaneous abortion, 50. 3 % vs. 38. 6 %; preterm delivery, 53. 3 % vs. 17. 8 %; loss of second-trimester pregnancy, 16. 4 % vs. 1. 7 %; ectopic pregnancy, 14. 6 % vs. 2. 9 %; preeclampsia, 26. 4 % vs. 13. 7 %; stillbirth, 8. 9 % vs. 2. 6 %; early menopause, 5. 1 % vs. 1. 7 %; grade 2 or higher cervical intraepithelial neoplasia, 6. 9 % vs. 3. 4 %; and breast cancer at 40 years of age or older, 3. 9 % vs. 2. 2 %.
A study published in 2003 by the European Journal of Cancer Prevention, found a correlation between earlier diagnosis of breast cancer and antiperspirant / deodorant use.
20th century erotic fiction includes such classics of the genre as: Suburban Souls ( 1901 ), published by Carrington and possibly written by him also ; The Confessions of Nemesis Hunt ( issued in three volumes 1902, 1903, 1906 ), probably by George Reginald Bacchus, printed by Duringe of Paris for Leonard Smithers in London ; Josephine Mutzenbacher ( 1906 ) by Felix Salten ; Sadopaideia ( 1907 ) by Anon ( possibly Algernon Charles Swinburne ); Les Mémoires d ' un jeune Don Juan ( 1907 ) and the somewhat disturbing Les onze mille verges ( 1907 ) by Guillaume Apollinaire ; The Way of a Man with a Maid ( 1908 ) and A Weekend Visit by Anon ; Pleasure Bound Afloat ( 1908 ), Pleasure Bound Ashore ( 1909 ) and Maudie ( 1909 ) by Anon ( probably George Reginald Bacchus ); Manuel de civilité pour les petites filles à l ' usage des maisons d ' éducation ( 1917 ) and Trois filles de leur mère ( 1926 ) by Pierre Louys ; Story of the Eye ( 1928 ) by Georges Bataille ; Tropic of Cancer ( 1934 ) and Tropic of Capricorn ( 1938 ) by Henry Miller ; The Story of O ( 1954 ) by Pauline Réage ; Helen and Desire ( 1954 ) and Thongs ( 1955 ) by Alexander Trocchi ; Ada, or Ardor ( 1969 ) by Vladimir Nabokov ; Journal ( 1966 ), Delta of Venus ( 1978 ) and Little Birds ( 1979 ) by Anaïs Nin and The Bicycle Rider ( 1985 ) by Guy Davenport.
BioMed Central owns and produces in-house six flagship journals: Journal of Biology, Genome Biology, Genome Medicine, Arthritis Research and Therapy, Breast Cancer Research, and Critical Care.
This belief lead to resignations, including that of Richard Smith, editor of the British Medical Journal, the loss of at least one grant for £ 1. 5m from the Cancer Research Campaign, and the decision of the director of the Gene Targeted Drug Design Research Group to take his 15-strong team to the University of London.
Additionally, he was a Member of the National Cancer Policy Board of the National Academy of Sciences, Associate Editor of the Journal of Health Economics, and co-Principal Investigator of the Health and Retirement Study ( HRS ), a longitudinal study of the health and economic well-being of older Americans.
As such, many public health journals have emerged with a specialized focus, such as in the area of policy ( e. g. Journal of Public Health Policy ), a specific region or country of the world ( e. g. Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health, Pan American Journal of Public Health or Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal ), a specific intervention / practice area ( e. g. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention ), or other particular focus ( e. g. Human Resources for Health ).
Journals with high impact factors according to the Journal Citation Reports in the category " Public, Environmental and Occupational Health " include: Environmental Health Perspectives, American Journal of Epidemiology, Annual Review of Public Health, Genetic Epidemiology, Epidemiologic Reviews, Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, International Journal of Epidemiology, Epidemiology, Bulletin of the World Health Organization and American Journal of Public Health.
Cancer Research UK also publishes a twice-monthly professional medical journal, the British Journal of Cancer.
A large study of almost 10, 000 Swedish men published in the International Journal of Cancer in 2008 found snus use to be associated with an increase in the rate of oral and pharyngeal cancers, and a slightly increased mortality rate.
“ Marcella O ’ Grady Boveri ( 1865-1950 ) and the Chromosome Theory of Cancer ,” ( Journal of Medical Genetics.
The site's opinion on a US government report on complementary medicine was mentioned in a news report in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
The European Journal of Cancer Prevention stated " underarm shaving with antiperspirant / deodorant use may play a role in breast cancer.
Journal and Institute
Legal scholar Jim Drennan, an expert on the court system at the Institute of Government at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, told the Winston-Salem Journal in a 2007 interview that the ability to use this form of guilty plea as an option in courts had a far-reaching effect throughout the United States.
* Langone, Michael: Deprogramming, Exit Counseling, and Ethics, Clarifying the Confusion, Christian Research Institute Journal, 1993
Research and professional organizations include the Parapsychological Association ; the Society for Psychical Research, publisher of the Journal of Society for Psychical Research ; the American Society for Psychical Research, publisher of the Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research ( last published in 2004 ); the Rhine Research Center and Institute for Parapsychology, publisher of the Journal of Parapsychology ; the Parapsychology Foundation, which published the International Journal of Parapsychology ( between 1959 to 1968 and 2000 – 2001 ) and the Australian Institute of Parapsychological Research, publisher of the Australian Journal of Parapsychology.
The principal center for psychohistorical study is The Institute for Psychohistory founded by Lloyd deMause which has 19 branches around the globe and has for over 30 years published the The Journal of Psychohistory.
In 1999, a study by the Kinsey Institute, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, examined the definition of sex based on a 1991 random sample of 599 college students from 29 U. S. states ; it reported that 60 %
* Andrei Kreptul, The Constitutional Right of Secession in Political Theory and History, Journal of Libertarian Studies, Ludwig von Mises Institute, Volume 17, no.
* Buckland, A. W. ( 1887 ) " On Tattooing ," in Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1887 / 12, p. 318-328
" Shanggu Hanyu he Han-Zangyu 上古漢語和漢藏語 " ( Journal of the Institute of Chinese Studies of the Chinese University of Hong Kong 1972 5: 159 – 244 ).
* Discussion of ultramarine in an article on blue pigments in early Sienese paintings from The Journal of the American Institute for Conservation
The specialist journals on maritime archaeology, which include the long established International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, The Bulletin of The Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology ( AIMA ) and the recently launched Journal of Maritime Archaeology publish articles about maritime archaeological research and under water archaeology.