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. http://www.nane.hu/kiadvanyok/kezikonyvek/miertmarad/miertmarad.pdf [Hungarian] National Centre on Elder Abuse: Trends in elder abuse in domestic settings. National Centre on Elder Abuse, Washington, 1997

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Roland Csorba, Rudolf Lampé, and Róbert Póka

Csorba, R., Aranyosi, J., Borsos, A. és mtsai: Characteristics of female child sexual abuse in Hungary between 1986–2001: a longitudinal, prospective study. Eur. J. Obstet. & Reprod. Biol., 2005, 120 , 217

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Allison, K.C., Grilo, C.M., Masheb, R.M., Stunkard, A.J. (2007): High self-reported rates of neglect and emotional abuse, by persons with binge eating disorder and night eating syndrome. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 45

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public health and social problems resulting from the abuse of certain psychotropic substances, Determined to prevent and combat abuse of such substances and the illicit traffic to which it gives rise, Considering that rigorous measures are necessary to

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The creation of the Chacruna Institute for Psychedelic Plant Medicines’ Ayahuasca Community Guide for the Awareness of Sexual Abuse (herein referred to as “the Guidelines;” see Appendix . The Chacruna Institute Ayahuasca Community Guide for

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Introduction Pathological gambling is a behavioral addiction that is often accompanied by other disorders, such as anxious and depressive disorders, and drug and alcohol abuse ( Barnes, Welte, Tidwell, & Hoffman, 2015 ; el

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, and behavioral disorders [ 9, 10 ]. Abusing AAS by many bodybuilders, athletes, and the youth is a serious health phenomenon that has recently increased rapidly [ 11, 12 ]. Liver is a key organ actively involved in numerous metabolic and

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Grace M. Barnes, John W. Welte, Marie-Cecile O. Tidwell, and Joseph H. Hoffman

Abstract

Background and aims

Based on social disorganization theory, the present study examined the effects of neighborhood disadvantage on gambling behaviors and problems as well as on alcohol use and abuse.

Methods

Findings were based on a combined sample of two representative U.S. telephone surveys of gambling and substance use. One survey (n = 2,631) included adults 18 years and older and the second survey (2,274) included young people aged 14–21 years old.

Results

Neighborhood disadvantage had a highly significant effect on problem gambling over and above the significant individual effects of gender, age, race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status. Alcohol abuse did not show the same relationship to neighborhood disadvantage as did problem gambling. Furthermore, when neighborhood disadvantage was high and individual socioeconomic status was low, the highest levels of problem gambling were observed.

Conclusions

This study provides strong evidence for the effects of neighborhood ecology on the occurrence of problem gambling.

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after sexual and physical abuse in childhood. The Journal of the American Medical Association , 284 , 592–597. Holsapple, M. P., West, L. J., & Landreth, K. S. (2003). Species comparison of anatomical and functional immune

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The best solution for enlarging chronic type B aortic dissection is not known. Hybrid surgical and endovascular procedures offer a reliable solution in such circumstances, but technically complex stent-graft designs are sometimes needed when the treatment segment of the aorta presents anatomical challenges. We report a case of a proximally scalloped custom-made stent-graft implantation following left subclavian artery transposition in a formerly cocaine-abuser patient. The one-month follow-up computed tomography angiography showed a proximal endoleak (type Ia) which was successfully solved by coil embolization. Proximally scalloped stent grafts offer a reliable solution in complex aortic dissections involving the supra-aortic branches.

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