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Functional correlates of the position of the axis of rotation of the mandible duringchewing in non-human primates
The location of the axis of rotation (AoR) of the mandible was quantified using the helical axis (HA) in eight individuals from three species of nonhuman primates: Papio anubis, Cebus apella, and Macaca mulatta. These data ...
Dietary Profiles of First-Generation South Asian Indian Adolescents in the United States
Background: This study aimed to describe the dietary profile and health characteristics of first-generation South Asian Indian (SAI) adolescents in the United States because SAIs have a high prevalence of cardiovascular ...
Borders are Rough-hewn: Monuments, Local Landscapes and the Politics of Place in a Hittite Borderland
(British Institute at Ankara, 2017-08-01)
Cultural historian Elliott Colla proposed in a recent paper that ancient borders, unlike their modern versions, were often roughly hewn, both materially and conceptually. With this he not only refers to the artfully crafted ...
Rural Information Connection: An iPad Mini Lending Program to Rural Student Physicians
Objectives: To determine the value of supplying medical students enrolled in a rural student physician longitudinal curriculum rotation with iPad minis that were pre-loaded with high-quality mobile health apps and to ...
Transfer of dynamic motor skills acquired during isometric training to free motion
(American Physiological Society, 2017-03-29)
Recent studies have explored the prospects of learning to move without moving, by displaying virtual arm movement related to exerted force. However, it has yet to be tested whether learning the dynamics of moving can ...
Contact Patterns during Cleaning of Vomitus: A Simulation Study
Background. Environmental service workers cleaning bodily fluids may transfer pathogens through the environment and to themselves through contacts. Methods Participants with experience cleaning of hospital environments ...