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October 2018

Eating behavior, alcohol consumption, and anxiety, depression and manias, can negatively influence university students, in their healthy lifestyle. This study of transversal and inferential descriptive type that included a representative sample conformed by university students of the last degree of the health area of the Autonomous University of Campeche, México. The purpose of this work was to determine in students of the health area, the associations that exist between the alimentary behavior with the consumption of alcohol, anxiety, depression and manias.

Meningitis is the inflammation of the meninges, a protective membrane that surrounds the brain and the spinal cord. To reduce the mortality and morbidity owing to meningitis, an early establishment of the diagnosis and early institution of therapy are imperative. Therefore, we conducted this study with the main objectives of examining the specific clinical features with which our patients in a tertiary care setting presented, and also the abnormalities in the CSF biochemistry. Aim of this study is to study the clinical profile and CSF examination in patients of meningitis.

Background: The isolation of actinomycetes from coffee plantation soil increases the chance for the production of high auxins—IAA producers, helping in maximum increase in growth of the plants. Objectives: In the present study, actinomycetes were isolated from the less explored coffee plantation soils and the strains were screened for IAA producing activity which can be exploited for the production of agroactive compounds like auxins. Methods: The actinomycete strains were isolated from coffee plantation soils of Chikkamagalur district Karnataka, India.

Salinity problem in crop production will become worse in areas with rapidly growing human population and limited water resources, which necessitates the use of saline water for irrigation. Cultivation of salt tolerant perennial trees using saline water is potentially an important strategy to save fresh water resources and maximize the forage yield of small-scale farms in the marginal and saline environments.

Home comfort contributes to improving the living environment and several approaches to materials are implemented to improve thermal comfort in homes. This study focuses on the development and mechanical characterization of an insulating material based on Parkiabiglobosa (Néré) and cow dung. Beforehand, a chemical analysis on the tannin content of five concentrations ofNéré’s pod was carried out for three different time’s maceration. In view of the results, the concentrations 120 g/l and 180 g/l after 24 h of maceration were retained to make the different insulant specimens.

This paper intends to determine whether there is a relation between the external public debt and the economic growth in the Republic of the Congo 1975-2015. To achieve the purpose, we have applied a model of multiple regression. Therefore, the results demonstrate that the external public debt and the debt service had a negative effect on growth. Hence, the study recommends to the Congo to comply with convergence criteria of EMCCAS which set the threshold of the public debt by 70 % of GDP.

The current study was designed to demonstrate the microbiological quality of oral liquid antibiotics. The in vitro antibacterial potential of the antibiotics was checked. In this regard three samples of oral liquid suspension of Flucoxacillin collected from different drug stores of Dhaka city were tested. All the samples were found to be loaded with total viable bacteria and fungi in the average of 104 cfu/ml and the bacterial and fungal load exceeded United States Pharmacopeia (USP) or British Pharmacopeia (BP) limit (≤102 cfu/ml for bacteria and 10 cfu/ml for fungi).

This paper conducted a study on the information needs and information seeking behaviour of students in St. Joseph’s College Irinjalakuda. Relevant literature of the information resources and its use in various categories of users has been reviewed. The study examined to know the information seeking behaviour of students and use, availability and effectiveness of library resources to satisfy their information needs. Updates, easy accessibility, reference and latest books collection on various subjects are to be increased and to encourage and motivate the use of information sources.

The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), of the U.N. is dedicated to providing food security for all.

Along with consistently transforming industry circumstances and also polices, there's a need to build revolutionary products which fulfill consumer requirements. It is vital to contemplate considerable knowledge with insurance product progress and realize need of well-equipped assistance at all phases, which includes executing industry research, establishing product attributes, executing cash-flow modeling along with revenue assessment, developing regulating processing product, enactment of the product or service.

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