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    • Afrezza: Fast-Acting Inhaled Insulin 

      Aschenbrenner, Diane S. (American Journal of Nursing, 2014-10)
      Afrezza (insulin human) is a newly approved fast-acting inhaled insulin. It can be used in treating type 1 diabetes when added to a long-acting insulin; in studies, patients with type 2 diabetes used it in combination with ...
    • APA PsycNET 

      Bonsteel, Sue (Charleston Advisor, 2012-07)
      PsycNET is the online platform from the American Psychological Association offering access to the most comprehensive collection of high-quality information available in psychology, psychiatry, the behavioral sciences, and ...
    • Asthma Medication Receives New Warning 

      Aschenbrenner, Diane S. (American Journal of Nursing, 2015-01)
      The labeling of omalizumab (Xolair), a drug used to treat allergic asthma, now carries a warning that its use may slightly increase the risk of cardiovascular complications. The drug may also pose an increased risk of ...
    • Baseball Girl: A Novel 

      Verni, Stephanie (2015)
      Francesca Milli’s father passes away when she’s a freshman in college and nineteen years old; she is devastated and copes with his death by securing a job working for the Bay City Blackbirds, a big-league team, as she ...
    • Beneath the Mimosa tree: A Novel 

      Verni, Stephanie (2012)
      Annabelle Marco and Michael Contelli are both only children of Italian-Americans. Next door neighbors since they were both five years old, they both receive their parents' constant attention and are regularly subjected to ...
    • Building a Culture of Assessment: Ode to Musun, Baker, and Fulmer 

      Asbury, Jo-Ellen (Assessment Update, 2010-07)
      The article focuses on the author's view on organizing an assessment expo in the U.S. He cites the article "Assessment Update," Jim Fulmer, Linda Musun and Aaron Baker which narrate their experience of organizing an ...
    • Cases in Health Care Management 

      Buchbinder, Sharon B; Shanks, Nancy H.; Buchbinder, Dale (Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2014)
      Summary: From the authors of the bestselling Introduction to Health Care Management comes this compendium of 101 case studies that illustrate the challenges related to managing healthcare services. Segmented by topic and ...
    • Co-Localization to Chromosome Bands 99E1-3 of the Drosophila melanogaster Myosin Light Chain-2 Gene and a Haplo-Insufficient Locus That Affects Flight Behavior 

      Warmke, Jeffrey W.; Kreuz, Andrew J.; Falkenthal, Scott (Genetics, 1989-05)
      Using overlapping synthetic deficiencies, we find that a haplo-insufficient locus affecting flight behavior and the myosin light chain-2 gene co-map to the Drosophila melanogaster polytene chromosome interval 99D9-E1 to ...
    • Communication Ethics: Literacy Dialogue and Difference 

      Arnett, Ronald C.; Fritz, Janie M. Harden; Bell, Leeanne M. (Sage Publications, 2009)
      The pragmatic necessity of communication ethics -- Defining communication ethics -- Approaches to communication ethics: the pragmatic good of theory -- Communication ethics: in the eye(s) of the theory of the beholder -- ...
    • Determination of the Mechanism of Free Radical in Human Aortic Endothelial Cells Exposed to Anoxia and Reoxygenation 

      Zweier, Jay L.; Broderick, Raymond; Kuppusamy, Periannan; Thompson-Gorman, Susan; Lutty, Gerard A. (The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1994-09-30)
      Endothelial cell-derived oxygen free radicals are important mediators of postischemic injury; however, the mechanisms that trigger this radical generation are not known, and it is not known if this process can occur in ...
    • Dialogic Learning as First Principle in Communication Ethics 

      Arnett, Ronald C.; Bell, Leeanne M.; Fritz, Janie M. Harden (Atlantic Journal of Communication, 2010-07)
      This article frames a dialogic learning theory of communication ethics based upon Buber (1955, 1958), Gadamer (1988), Freire (2000), and Arendt (1998). This communication ethics theory privileges dialogic learning as first ...
    • Distinguishing Lies from Jokes: Theory of Mind Deficits and Discourse Interpretation in Right Hemisphere Brain-Damaged Patients 

      Winner, Ellen; Brownell, Hiram; Happé, Francesca; Blum, Ari; Pincus, Donna (Brain and Language,, 1998-03)
      Right-hemisphere brain damaged (RHD) patients and a normal control group were tested for their ability to infer first- and second-order mental states and to understand the communicative intentions underlying ironic jokes ...
    • DRUG Watch 

      Aschenbrenner, Diane S. (American Journal of Nursing, 2017-06)
      The article reports on drugs that received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. It notes on the approval given to deflazacort (Emflaza) as treatment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy, the most common type of ...
    • Effects of Behavioral Interventions on Disruptive Behavior and Affect in Demented Nursing Home Residents 

      Beck, Cornelia K.; Vogelpohl, Theresa S.; Rasin, Joyce H.; Uriri, Johannah Topps; O’Sullivan, Patricia; Walls, Robert; Phillips, Regina; Baldwin, Beverly (Nursing Research, 2002-07)
      BACKGROUND: Disruptive behaviors are prevalent in nursing home residents with dementia and often have negative consequences for the resident, caregiver, and others in the environment. Behavioral interventions might ameliorate ...
    • An Examination of the Relationship between a Child's Developmental Age and Early Literacy Learning 

      Moran, Christine E.; Senseny, Karlen (Cogent Education, 2016-04-18)
      American students typically attend kindergarten at the chronological age (CA) of five and currently with the implementation of Common Core State Standards, there are expectations that children learn how to read in order ...
    • Examining Potential Predictors for Completion of the Gardasil Vaccine Sequence Based on Data Gathered at Clinics of Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions 

      Barat, Christopher E.; Wright, Courtney; Chou, Betty (Journal of Statistics Education, 2011)
      This paper presents categorical data that were gathered at two urban clinics and two suburban clinics of Johns Hopkins in an effort to identify characteristics of young female patients who successfully complete the ...
    • The FixK2 protein is involved in regulation of symbiotic hydrogenase expression in Bradyrhizobium japonicum 

      Durmowicz, Meredith C.; Maier, Robert J. (Journal Of Bacteriology, 1998-06)
      The roles of the nitrogen fixation regulatory proteins NifA, FixK1, and FixK2 in the symbiotic regulation of hydrogenase structural gene expression in Bradyrhizobium japonicum have been investigated. Bacteroids from FixJ ...
    • Inn Significant: A Novel 

      Verni, Stephanie (Mimosa, 2017)
      Two years after receiving the horrifying news of her husband Gil’s death, Milly Foster continues to struggle to find her way out of a state of depression. As a last-ditch effort and means of intervention, Milly’s parents ...
    • Instructors' Self-Perceived Pedagogical Principle Implementation in the Online Environment. 

      Zhang, Jinsong; Walls, Richard T. (Quarterly Review of Distance Education., 2006)
      This study explored online instructors' perceptions of their implementation of Chickering and Gamson's Seven Principles and the factors that influenced instructors' implementations. Results reveal that endorsement of the ...
    • IV Docetaxel Can Induce Alcohol Intoxication 

      Aschenbrenner, Diane S. (American Journal of Nursing, 2014-10)
      Docetaxel, a commonly used IV chemotherapeutic agent, can produce alcohol intoxication. Alcohol is used to dissolve the active ingredients so that the drug can be given intravenously. The amount of alcohol in each dose ...