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Early family socioeconomic status and asthma-related outcomes in school-aged children: Results from seven birth cohort studies

Author(s): Yang-Huang J; McGrath JJ; Gauvin L; NikiƩma B; Spencer NJ; Awad YA; Clifford S; Markham W; Mensah F; Andersson White P; Ludvigsson J; Faresj ...

Objective: To examine the associations between maternal education and household income during early childhood with asthma-related outcomes in children aged 9-12 years in the UK, the Netherlands, Sw ...

Article GUID: 38849153


Comparing assessment methods of low back pain related disability in student circus artists: A cross-sectional study

Author(s): Rossini B; Anstruther M; Fortin M;

Background: Student circus artists put constant stress on their back. However, the presence of low back pain (LBP) and related disability in this population remains unclear. Objectives: To 1) examine LBP history in circus artists and compare related disabi ...

Article GUID: 38848166


Neuromodulatory subcortical nucleus integrity is associated with white matter microstructure, tauopathy and APOE status

Author(s): Wearn A; Tremblay SA; Tardif CL; Leppert IR; Gauthier CJ; Baracchini G; Hughes C; Hewan P; Tremblay-Mercier J; Rosa-Neto P; Poirier J; Ville ...

The neuromodulatory subcortical nuclei within the isodendritic core (IdC) are the earliest sites of tauopathy in Alzheimer's disease (AD). They project broadly throughout the brain's white ...

Article GUID: 38830849


DEXA Body Composition Asymmetry Analysis and Association to Injury Risk and Low Back Pain in University Soccer Players

Author(s): Vaillancourt N; Montpetit C; Carile V; Fortin M;

Soccer is a laterally dominant sport owing to the repetitive nature of unilateral kicking. The relationship between functional and body composition asymmetries related to limb dominance in soccer players has yet to be established. When present, asymmetries ...

Article GUID: 38791774


Sleep spindles predict stress-related increases in sleep disturbances

Author(s): Dang-Vu TT; Salimi A; Boucetta S; Wenzel K; O' Byrne J; Brandewinder M; Berthomier C; Gouin JP; ...

Background and aim: Predisposing factors place certain individuals at higher risk for insomnia, especially in the presence of precipitating conditions such as stressful life events. Sleep spindles ...

Article GUID: 25713529


High-frequency heart rate variability during worry predicts stress-related increases in sleep disturbances

Author(s): Gouin JP; Wenzel K; Boucetta S; O' Byrne J; Salimi A; Dang-Vu TT;

Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate whether high-frequency heart rate variability (HF-HRV) during waking restfulness and during worry predicts increases in sleep disturbances in response to a stressful life event. Methods: A longitudinal study ...

Article GUID: 25819418


Poor sleep as a pathophysiological pathway underlying the association between stressful experiences and the diurnal cortisol profile among children and adolescents

Author(s): Ly J; McGrath JJ; Gouin JP;

Recent evidence suggests that poor sleep is a potential pathway underlying the association between stressful experiences and the diurnal cortisol profile. However, existing findings are largely limited to adults. The present study examines whether poor slee ...

Article GUID: 25889840


Morphological Changes of Deep Extensor Neck Muscles in Relation to the Maximum Level of Cord Compression and Canal Compromise in Patients With Degenerative Cervical Myelopathy

Author(s): Naghdi N; Elliott JM; Weber MH; Fehlings MG; Fortin M;

Study design: Cross-sectional study. Objectives: To examine the relationship between morphological changes of the deep extensor neck muscles in patients with degenerative cervical myelopathy (DCM) and the level of maximum spinal cord compression (MSCC) and ...

Article GUID: 36289049


Exploring the challenges of avoiding collisions with virtual pedestrians using a dual-task paradigm in individuals with chronic moderate to severe traumatic brain injury

Author(s): de Aquino Costa Sousa T; Gagnon IJ; Li KZH; McFadyen BJ; Lamontagne A;

Background: Individuals with a moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury (m/sTBI), despite experiencing good locomotor recovery six months post-injury, face challenges in adapting their locomotion to the environment. They also present with altered cognitive ...

Article GUID: 38755606


Systematic review of seizure-onset patterns in stereo-electroencephalography: Current state and future directions

Author(s): Abdallah C; Mansilla D; Minato E; Grova C; Beniczky S; Frauscher B;

Objective: Increasing evidence suggests that the seizure-onset pattern (SOP) in stereo-electroencephalography (SEEG) is important for localizing the "true" seizure onset. Specifically, SOPs with low-voltage fast activity (LVFA) are associated with seizure-f ...

Article GUID: 38733701


Arthritis is associated with high nutritional risk among older Canadian adults from the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging

Author(s): Bennett R; Demmers TA; Plourde H; Arrey K; Armour B; Ferland G; Kakinami L;

This study assessed the association between arthritis, functional impairment, and nutritional risk (NR). Cross-sectional data were from the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging, a nationally representative sample of 45-85-year-old community-dwelling Canadia ...

Article GUID: 38734730


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