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An Address on the Diagnosis of a Healthy Heart

J Parkinson
1924 Canadian Medical Association Journal  
Assistant Physician to the London Hospital and Physician-in-charge of the Cardiographic Department; Physician to Out-patients, National Hospital for Diseases of the Heart  ...  , for a faint is not a conurnon failing of a faulty myocardium.  ...  To pursue the question of how we are to tell whether the pfatient has a healthy heart and has not angina pectoris would take us too far upon a side-line of argument; but in a word or two I wrould say that  ... 
pmid:20315088 pmcid:PMC1707595 fatcat:lq2b73s5mvadxmsmhmkbqfha3a

Do people really want to be nudged towards healthy lifestyles?

Robert Sugden
2016 International Review of Economics  
The other interpretation makes it more meaningful to say that people want to make the choices they are being nudged towards, but applies to a much narrower range of cases than Thaler and Sunstein have  ...  One interpretation gives the clause a wide range of applicability, but drains it of its content as a repudiation of paternalism.  ...  I take this opportunity to express my appreciation of how much the HEIRS network owes to the work of the late Pierluigi Porta.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12232-016-0264-1 fatcat:q2yjvljfx5ftfeizgbixrybs3m

The role of an adequate diet in the production of healthy guinea–Pigs

J. Stuart Paterson
1957 Proceedings of the Nutrition Society  
The affected animal appears to shrink, so rapidly does it become thinner and smaller (Pl. 2, I).  ...  STUART PATERSON, Ministry of Supply Establishment, Allington Farm, Porton Down, Salisbury, Wilts An adequate diet for a laboratory guinea-pig does not suddenly become a matter of importance because that  ...  I am not sure how far the battle to prove that is completely won even now. Forty years ago monkeys were said to have cage paralysis when they lost the use of their legs in captivity.  ... 
doi:10.1079/pns19570019 pmid:13420136 fatcat:uc527gyncvgoxkqvnz4dgk3xty

Healthy buildings for a healthy city: Is the public health evidence base informing current building policies?

Laurence Carmichael, Emily Prestwood, Rachael Marsh, Janet Ige, Ben Williams, Paul Pilkington, Eleanor Eaton, Aleksandra Michalec
2020 Science of the Total Environment  
This reflects a lack of a systems approach around urban interventions leading to weaknesses in standards regulating the private development sector.  ...  This article explores the use of public health research and evidence in policy to regulate new buildings in England to deliver improved public health, climate resilience and a reduced carbon footprint,  ...  'Well I think evidence might be lacking, everybody builds complying with statutory obligations as a baseline, building regulations etc., but I'm not sure how much health is considered within building regulations  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.137146 pmid:32229012 pmcid:PMC7166076 fatcat:npnhxcrnpvcvxb4fohm6jmtaci

Healthy bodies, toxic medicines: college students and the rhetorics of flu vaccination

Heidi Y Lawrence
2014 The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine  
Rhetorical analysis also offers a useful set of methods to understanding vaccination beliefs and practices, adding to existing methods of study and analysis of vaccination practices and beliefs in medicine  ...  This study provides insight into vaccination beliefs and rationales among a population at risk of flu (college students) and suggests that further study of this population may yield important keys to addressing  ...  This means that there is a small risk when getting a flu shot." • "Just not sure that it's safe to get an injection of a live virus that may or may not prevent my contraction of the virus elsewhere, and  ... 
pmid:25506277 pmcid:PMC4257030 fatcat:yqtkxls2wzfhxpeycnmrjlj22m

The Good, the Bad and the Healthy: The Medical Underwriting Revolution in the Defined Benefit De-Risking Market

Andrew Hunt, David P. Blake
2016 Social Science Research Network  
I think that in five years' time all small deals, pretty much, will have to go medicallyunderwritten, provided the market still exists.  ...  Pension consultant, August 2015 I think top-slicing will really take off, because the big pension schemes don't mind spending money to look at this type of thing.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the following individuals for their time and assistance in preparing this report: All individuals were interviewed in a personal capacity and their opinions do not  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3610367 fatcat:pgl6vnaoifax7cfrmceey2iiam

In Search of a Common European Approach to a Healthy Indoor Environment

Olaf C.G. Adan, Julie Ng-A-Tham, Wojtek Hanke, Torben Sigsgaard, Peter van den Hazel, Felicia Wu
2007 Environmental Health Perspectives  
We must never forget that a healthy environment is not a privilege but a basic human right -not least for our children.  ...  developmental period may not always be adequately addressed by current testing procedures (EU SCF, 1997).  ... 
doi:10.1289/ehp.8991 pmid:17589611 pmcid:PMC1892108 fatcat:mi5gnhaebngcxkxkxwj4the7hi

Page 45 of Catholic School Journal Vol. 64, Issue 6 [page]

1964 Catholic School Journal  
His personality and healthy appearance didn’t come overnight; no, it came from a well-planned physical environment. When Tom was small, his mother was sure he had the right foods.  ...  However, not only poor physical appearance but also be- havior reactions in school activities re- sult from poor nutrition.  ... 

Page 210 of The Electrical Review Vol. 54, Issue 1367 [page]

1904 The Electrical Review  
That this does not always happen merely shows that fuses cannot be relied upon to always blow at the current they are set for.  ...  [The vibration is due to faulty practice, not to mistaken theory. There ought to be no vibration, and the presence of the latter shows that the rotating parts are not balanced as they should be.  ... 

Preface to the VECoS 2018 special issue of ISSE

Mohamed Faouzi Atig, Simon Bliudze
2020 Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering  
Publisher's Note Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations.  ...  -The paper "How to be sure a faulty system does not always appear healthy?" by Dague et al.  ...  Manifestability is a weak variant of diagnosability whereby one requires that at least some-as opposed to every, for diagnosability-faulty behaviour can be detected.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11334-020-00365-4 fatcat:d7glmvypn5a2vap3b44aswnipu

On the probabilistic mind of a robot

Marco Roccetti, Luca Casini, Giovanni Delnevo
2020 Journal of Future Robot Life  
Finally, we will show how an artificial probabilistic mind can be made to learn from its errors, till the point where it exhibits a cognitive behavior comparable to that of a human being.  ...  Simply told, their reasoning style can be assimilated to a process that starts from a bunch of example data and learns to point to the most likely output, where the meaning of likely, here, is neither  ...  Framed this way, that threshold does not seem to be optimal after all.  ... 
doi:10.3233/frl-190103 fatcat:5y3634zs4rdyzblvhww5sbkgfe

On the probabilistic mind of a robot

Marco Roccetti, Luca Casini, Giovanni Delnevo
2021 Journal of Future Robot Life  
Framed this way, that threshold does not seem to be optimal after all.  ...  never seen before), or even think of the situation when a problem does not admit an exact solution, being too vast (as with chess, for example) to be represented in memory and codified by means of a formal  ... 
doi:10.3233/frl-210003 fatcat:35czr5szk5alzceo2qcqiwt7g4

Preventive Medicine and Public Health

E P Cathcart
1933 Glasgow medical journal  
Just to what extent the healthy, happy mind assists the actual functioning of the various physiological systems is by no means clear; but one does not err on the side of excess when one says it is indeed  ...  You must know, if you are to be accurate, what they were when the subject considered himself, and was to all appearances, healthy.  ... 
pmid:30438851 pmcid:PMC5978333 fatcat:iobj2tjf65dcnmdjfil7rcj6we

A theory of pending schemas in combinatorial testing

Xintao Niu, Huayao Wu, Nie Changhai, Yu Lei, Xiaoyin Wang
2021 IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering  
The relationships between the different schemas (faulty, healthy, and pending) and test cases are also theoretically analyzed.  ...  In particular, we formally define the determinability of a schema in CT with respect to given information; as such, the yet-to-be determined schemas are exactly the pending schemas.  ...  Basically, to obtain a schema in a test case that is not a super-schema of a given schema, we just need to make sure it does not contain the given schema.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tse.2021.3113920 fatcat:zx5uevfwnrg7bf7x6tw5tmqcvq

A general anomaly detection framework for fleet-based condition monitoring of machines

Kilian Hendrickx, Wannes Meert, Yves Mollet, Johan Gyselinck, Bram Cornelis, Konstantinos Gryllias, Jesse Davis
2020 Mechanical systems and signal processing  
Many of these only analyze a single machine and require a large historical data set. In practice, this can be difficult and expensive to collect.  ...  In most of these applications, it is safe to assume healthy conditions for the majority of machines. Deviating machine behavior is then an indicator for a machine fault.  ...  If thr cc is set too high, a faulty machine might be partitioned together with machines considered to be healthy. The anomaly detection procedure would then report faulty machines as being healthy.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ymssp.2019.106585 fatcat:ijk23kftx5ccpbp6soz6htbxqa
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