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Altered bed nucleus of the stria terminalis and amygdala responses to threat in combat veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder
20-03-2023Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) significantly impacts many veterans. Although PTSD has been linked to alterations in the fear brain network, the disorder likely involves alterations in both the fear and anxiety networks. Fear involves responses to imminent, predictable threat and is driven by the amygdala, whereas anxiety involves responses to potential, unpredictable threat and engages the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BNST). The BNST has been implicated in PTSD, but the role of the...

A Comparison of the Quality of Life of People With Epilepsy Receiving Home-Based and Clinic-Based Epilepsy Care Using the European Quality of Life Five-Dimension Three-Level (EQ-5D-3L) Scale
20-03-2023Background and objective Epilepsy is a chronic neurological condition that, both physically and psychologically, puts a person at risk for poor quality of life (QOL). People with epilepsy (PWE) may experience shame, fear, and rejection and feel discriminated against, hence avoiding social interactions. To avoid being labeled as having epilepsy, patients may conceal their disease and refuse medical attention, which can lead to treatment discontinuation and significantly impact the quality of...

Intraoperative Awareness in Patients Undergoing Cardiac Surgery in an Academic Center in the North of Iran
20-03-2023CONCLUSIONS: The incidence of AGA during CABG was almost acceptable according to the credible evidence.

Anticipated fear and anxiety of Automated Driving Systems: Estimating the prevalence in a national representative survey
20-03-2023CONCLUSION: About 20% of subjects anticipated at least subthreshold and 4% of subjects anticipated full-blown phobia of ADS. It appears to be distinct from fears related to non-automated driving and other specific phobias. Our findings call for prevention and treatment of phobia of ADS as they become increasingly ubiquitous.

Which type of fear of cancer progression contributes to the quality of life of Romanian cancer patients during the COVID-19 pandemic?
20-03-2023INTRODUCTION: Fear of cancer progression (FoP) is one of the most frequently reported unmet needs invoked by the majority of cancer patients, which may significantly impair the quality of life (QoL) of patients. The major objective of the present cross-sectional study was to investigate the specificities of the relationship between different dimensions and intensity of FoP and different aspects of patients' QoL during the COVID-19 pandemic in Romania.


Koken met eigen kinderen - Dieet op de kaart
Het buurtcentrum Morschwijck draait al enige tijd een kookclub voor kinderen en een kookclub voor mensen met een verstandelijke beperking. In samenwerking met Cello zal er een kookclub worden gestart...
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Lekker goedkoop koken - Dieet op de kaart
Het project van kerken en andere partners met en voor mensen die door de crisis geraakt zijn en door financiële problemen  geen goede voeding...
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Ziekteperceptie bij patiënten met D.M. type II in Cambodja
Deze studie betreft een kwalitatief onderzoek naar ziekteperceptie bij patienten die geregistreerd zijn in een kliniek in een dunbevolkte omgeving in Cambodja (Cambodia-Dutch Organization). Alle...
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