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Yearly fluctuations of flower landscape in a Mediterranean scrubland: Consequences for floral resource availability

thank two anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Jordi Bosch, Anselm Rodrigo. Data curation: VÂõctor Flo, Clara Primante, Ana M. MartÂõn GonzaÂlez ... , Helena Barril-Graells. Formal analysis: VÂõctor Flo. Methodology: Xavier Arnan. Supervision: Jordi Bosch, Xavier Arnan, Anselm Rodrigo. Writing ± original draft: VÂõctor Flo. Writing ± review

How substandard dwellings and housing affordability problems are associated with poor health in a vulnerable population during the economic recession of the late 2000s

Introduction Given the increasing number of people in Spain struggling to pay housing-related costs during the economic recession, it is important to assess the health status of these communities as compared to the general population and to better understand the different housing dimensions that are related with poor mental health. This study aims to describe the housing conditions ...

Characterization of Vaginal Escherichia coli Isolated from Pregnant Women in Two Different African Sites

The relevance of vaginal colonization of pregnant women by Escherichia coli is poorly understood, despite these strains sharing a similar virulence profile with other extraintestinal pathogenic E. coli producing severe obstetric and neonatal infections. We characterized the epidemiology, antimicrobial susceptibility and virulence profiles of 84 vaginal E. coli isolates from ...

Vaginal versus Obstetric Infection Escherichia coli Isolates among Pregnant Women: Antimicrobial Resistance and Genetic Virulence Profile

Vaginal Escherichia coli colonization is related to obstetric infections and the consequent development of infections in newborns. Ampicillin resistance among E. coli strains is increasing, which is the main choice for treating empirically many obstetric and neonatal infections. Vaginal E. coli strains are very similar to extraintestinal pathogenic E. coli with regards to the ...

Determinants of Spatial Distribution in a Bee Community: Nesting Resources, Flower Resources, and Body Size

Understanding biodiversity distribution is a primary goal of community ecology. At a landscape scale, bee communities are affected by habitat composition, anthropogenic land use, and fragmentation. However, little information is available on local-scale spatial distribution of bee communities within habitats that are uniform at the landscape scale. We studied a bee community along ...

A Follow-up Study to Monitor Adult Height Among Spanish Children with Growth Hormone Deficiency Who Received Biosimilar Human Recombinant Growth Hormone (Omnitrope®) During a Phase III Clinical Trial

, Marta Ferrer, Nuria Cabrinety, Marta Ramon-Krauel, Jordi Bosch, and Rafael Espino have no conflicts of interest. Pablo Prieto has received congress support (Sociedad Espanola de Endocrinologa Pediatrica

Evaluation of a family intervention programme for the treatment of overweight and obese children (Nereu Programme): a randomized clinical trial study protocol

Background Obesity is mainly attributed to environmental factors. In developed countries, the time spent on physical activity tasks is decreasing, whereas sedentary behaviour patterns are increasing.The purpose of the intervention is to evaluate the effectiveness of an intensive family-based behavioural multi-component intervention (Nereu programme) and compared it to counselling ...

Prevalence and Vertical Transmission of Trypanosoma cruzi Infection among Pregnant Latin American Women Attending 2 Maternity Clinics in Barcelona, Spain

We performed a prospective screening for Trypanosoma cruzi infection in 1350 Latin American pregnant women and their offspring in Barcelona, Spain. The rate of seroprevalence was 3.4%, and 7.3% of the newborns were infected. Routine screening and management programs in maternity wards may be warranted.