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Nov 23, 2015 Software updates You need to have a free account, there will be no monthly fee. 100% Virus Free Manuals and. Futurama Episodes - The Computer Has an Attitude. tvshowsPatient information leaflets and what information they do convey. Patient information leaflets are an important component of patient education. However, little is known about how the information leaflets are formatted and what information they convey. This study explored these issues by assessing the format and content of 31 leaflets. Information leaflets were deemed to be of three general types. Twenty-eight of the leaflets were informational. Five were descriptive, and four were evaluative. Of the 31 leaflets, 24 described the treatment of a disease. The most common descriptive term was "condition" (70%). It was followed by "complications" (66%), "symptoms" (57%), "factors" (54%), "disability" (45%), "disorder" (40%), and "medication" (37%). "Problem" was most common in the evaluative leaflets. Of the 31 leaflets, 25 described the treatment and side effects of a medication. The most common description of the treatment was "conditions" (65%). It was followed by "side effects" (48%), "procedures" (44%), "treatment" (40%), "adverse effects" (40%), and "modifications" (36%). The most common description of side effects was "adverse" (41%). The descriptive leaflets were often short and did not adequately explain side effects. The evaluative leaflets had too many words and included too much information. The formats and content of leaflets varied considerably. All leaflets should be designed according to patient needs, and should include information on treatment, procedures, and side effects. Further research is required to explore these issues and to develop better patient information leaflets.Childhood stunting and brain functioning in a global comparative setting. Childhood stunting is associated with poor cognitive development, but it is unclear whether this association is found in all contexts. We examined stunting and its associations with cognitive functioning in a cross-sectional study of 2,099 children from eight low-income, high-stunting, rural/urban sites in Latin America and Africa. Our study used standardized tests of cognitive functioning in addition to anthropometric assessments. Stunted children had significantly lower verbal comprehension scores than nonstunted children, regardless of site. Stratification by site suggested




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