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  • Universal health coverage, priority setting, and the human right to health

    Rumbold, Benedict; Baker, Rachel; Ferraz, Octavio; Hawkes, Sarah; Krubiner, Carleigh; Littlejohns, Peter; Norheim, Ole F; Pegram, Thomas; Rid, Annette; Venkatapuram, Sridhar; Voorhoeve, Alex; Wang, Daniel; Weale, Albert; Wilson, James; Yamin, Alicia Ely;... (2017)

    Fighting Under a Different Flag: Multinational Naval Cooperation and Submarine Warfare in the Mediterranean, 1940-1944

    Hammond, Richard James (2016)
    The exiled navies of many Allied nations came under British operational control in World War II. Six of these contributed significant proportions of their submarine fleets to the Mediterranean, where there was great need for them, yet troubled relations meant multinational naval cooperation (MNC) was often extremely difficult. British attempts to establish structures to improve this were frequently hampered, while perceived differing strategic “worth” led the British to treat their new allies...

    Colitis, independent of macronutrient intake, compromises bone structure and strength in growing piglets

    Vassilyadi, Photios; Harding, Scott V.; Hazell, Tom J.; Weiler, Hope A.; Wykes, Linda J. (2016)
    Background:Deterioration in bone health is a concern in managing pediatric inflammatory bowel diseases, but clear understanding of the independent contributions of disease and nutrition is lacking. This study aimed to ascertain whether bone health could be conserved during colitis by maintaining adequate nutritional intake in growing piglets.Methods:The effect of colitis on bone structure and strength was determined in piglets with dextran sulphate sodium-induced colitis. Piglets received eit...

    High intensity focused ultrasound in the treatment of breast fibroadenomata:Results of the HIFU-F feasibility trial

    Peek, M. C L; Ahmed, M.; Scudder, J.; Baker, R.; Pinder, S. E.; Douek, M. (2016)
    Objectives: Breast fibroadenomata (FAD) are the most common breast lumps in women. High intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) is a non-invasive ablative technique that can be used to treat FAD but is associated with prolonged treatment times. In the HIFU-F trial, we evaluated the change in volume over time with circumferential HIFU treatment of FAD and compared this to no treatment. Methods: Patients ≥18 years, diagnosed with symptomatic, palpable FAD, visible on ultrasound (US) were recruited....

    Innatism, Concept Formation, Concept Mastery and Formal Education

    Winch, Christopher (2015)
    This article will consider the claim that the possession of concepts is innate rather than learned. Innatism about concept learning is explained through consideration of the work of Fodor and Chomsky. First, an account of concept formation is developed. Second the argument against the claim that concepts are learned through the construction of a learning paradox developed by Fodor is considered. It is argued that, despite initial plausibility, the learning paradox is not, in fact, a paradox a...
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