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CourseCraft

CourseCraft provides everything you need to build superbly designed self-paced online courses. Share your passion, make money, and help people level up their lives today.

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Bio-Well

Bio-Well is a revolutionary, non-intrusive way to measure human stress levels using a specialized camera and software system.

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Spooky2

Spooky2 is the most highly advanced and versatile Rife machine in the world. The brain of this system is the Spooky2 software, which is freely downloadable here. Happily, you can check the function of Spooky2 software in Test mode. After you've downloaded and installed your copy of Spooky2, you can click the Spooky2 shortcut on your windows desktop to open it. (don't worry, installation is very simple and straightforward, and if installing new software isn't something you do very often, full instructions are in the Spooky2).

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Autism Coach

Autism Coach is one of the oldest and largest information/catalog autism websites on the internet. Our products include carefully selected supplements, computer software, books, CDs, DVDs, toys, and more. We provide information on autism for families with a child newlyl diagnosed within the autism spectrum, news and research.

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Digital Media and Symptoms of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Adolescents

Over the past 10 years, the introduction of mobile and interactive technologies has occurred at such a rapid pace that researchers have had difficulty publishing evidence within relevant time frames. While software applications such as Angry Birds and Pokémon Go reached adoption by an estimated 50 million global users within 35 and 19 days, respectively, of their release, most research studies encompass years from inception to publication of findings.1,2 As a result, crafting evidence-based recommendations that address all of the technologies children and adolescents currently use has been challenging.3 It is therefore an important contribution when a large, well-designed, longitudinal study accounting for multiple sociodemographic confounders is published.

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LiveWello

Our son has Autism
The organizational burden we faced in juggling his multiple health providers, test results, dietary restrictions, medications and therapy schedules, inspired us to build a health management software.
In order to care for our son, we needed tools to organize his health data and facilitate sharing of information with his health providers and loved ones. We also needed something to support our journey through the maze of Epigenetics and Personalized Health. LiveWello™ empowered us to navigate the overwhelming flow of information associated with his care. It has led to improvements in his wellbeing, saved our family money and reduced our level of stress.

LiveWello's Genetic tools will give you reports for 600,000 SNPs, AND attach 12 resources for learning about each gene. As long as a SNP has an rsID and Minor Allele, LiveWello will generate a gene report for you. The reason for this feature is that people should really have all the information about ALL the genes in their raw data not just some of them. That way, you and your Health Practitioner can have the benefit of all this information when creating your treatment plan.

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A report of outbreaks of measles on the southern coast of Iran from 2009 to 2015

INTRODUCTION: Immunogenicity assessment figures of the measles vaccine is approximately 90%, and decreases over time. Therefore, the immunity level of measles vaccine is variable which can result in outbreaks of measles in a population. The aim of current study was to report the outbreaks of measles in Hormozgan province from 2009 to 2015.

METHODS: This cross-sectional study was carried out in Hormozgan Province on the southern coast of Iran. The documented data of all cases suspected of measles are included in this study. We used a checklist including gender, age, area, place of residence, contact history, and vaccination status to extract required data. Data was analyzed using IBM SPSS statistics software version 21.0.

RESULTS: Eight hundred fifty-one suspicious cases of measles were determined from 2006 to 2015. Of those, 135 infected cases were reported. Among patients, 49% were male, 79% were Iranian, 18% were Afghans, and 3 % were Indians or Pakistanis. Also, 31% of cases were reported from Bandar Abbas, 25% were reported from Minab, 18% from Qeshm, 17 % from Jask and other cases were reported from other areas of the Hormozgan Province. Thirty percent of the cases were reported from urban areas.

CONCLUSION: A high percentage of cases with measles in rural areas were reported in the areas which were covered by complete vaccination. This shows interruption of cold continuum. Also, increasing the number of under one-years-old cases reported, could be due to poor nutritional status of the children and insufficient immunization of mothers. Further studies are required for identifying the causes of cold continuum interruption. Further studies are required for the assessment of immunization in children and mothers and various vaccination protocols.

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Saccharomyces cerevisiae Boulardii Reduces the Deoxynivalenol-Induced Alteration of the Intestinal Transcriptome.

Type B trichothecene mycotoxin deoxynivalenol (DON) is one of the most frequently occurring food contaminants. By inducing trans-activation of a number of pro-inflammatory cytokines and increasing the stability of their mRNA, trichothecene can impair intestinal health. Several yeast products, especially Saccharomyces cerevisiae, have the potential for improving the enteric health of piglets, but little is known about the mechanisms by which the administration of yeast counteracts the DON-induced intestinal alterations. Using a pig jejunum explant model, a whole-transcriptome analysis was performed to decipher the early response of the small intestine to the deleterious effects of DON after administration of S. cerevisiae boulardii strain CNCM I-1079. Compared to the control condition, no differentially expressed gene (DE) was observed after treatment by yeast only. By contrast, 3619 probes-corresponding to 2771 genes-were differentially expressed following exposure to DON, and 32 signaling pathways were identified from the IPA software functional analysis of the set of DE genes. When the intestinal explants were treated with S. cerevisiae boulardii prior to DON exposure, the number of DE genes decreased by half (1718 probes corresponding to 1384 genes). Prototypical inflammation signaling pathways triggered by DON, including NF-κB and p38 MAPK, were reversed, although the yeast demonstrated limited efficacy toward some other pathways. S. cerevisiae boulardii also restored the lipid metabolism signaling pathway, and reversed the down-regulation of the antioxidant action of vitamin C signaling pathway. The latter effect could reduce the burden of DON-induced oxidative stress. Altogether, the results show that S. cerevisiae boulardii reduces the DON-induced alteration of intestinal transcriptome, and point to new mechanisms for the healing of tissue injury by yeast.

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