Understanding The Unique Challenges That Patients With Brain Cancer Can Face Accessing Medical Assistance In Dying

The article, Neuro-oncology Clinicians’ Attitudes and Perspectives on Medical Assistance in Dying, from Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences describes the results of an international survey of neuro-oncology clinicians about medical assistance in dying (MAiD) among patients with brain cancer.…


Amazing usage of Higher Education from Cambridge University Press website during its first year

Using full-collection customers in the United Kingdom as a case study, we looked at usage of our HE digital textbooks since the Higher Education from Cambridge University Press website launched.…


Introducing the CEH special issue ‘Eastern European–Middle Eastern Relations: Continuities and Changes from the Time of Empires to the Cold War’

The aim of this special issue is to study the Middle East and Eastern Europe, including South-Eastern Europe, as one interwoven space and to use it as a laboratory to explore conceptual issues regarding modern societal transnational and state international history.…


GLJ Editorial Message for Issue 22.6

Dear Reader,It is my great pleasure to welcome you all back from your summer break and announce the publication of issue 6 of the German Law Journal.We…


Infant Formula Websites Overtly Discourage Breastfeeding

Direct-to-consumer messages on company websites promote benefits of formula feeding, position it as superior to breastmilk An analysis of websites for baby formula manufacturers finds that their messages and images discourage breastfeeding while touting the benefits of formula, despite public health efforts to support breastfeeding and informed choice.…


Tuning in to digestion with MRI

The Paper of the Month for September is ‘Monitoring food digestion with magnetic resonance techniques‘ from the Proceedings of Nutrition Society and is free to access for 1 month.…


Lockdown effect on cryptosporidiosis in New Zealand

Cryptosporidium species are intestinal parasites that infect a wide range of vertebrate host species, causing a considerable burden of gastrointestinal disease. Cryptosporidium infections in humans are mostly caused by two species: C. hominis, which is primarily transmitted from human-to-human, and C. parvum, which is mainly derived from animals, particularly livestock.


Struggling To Fix Teams In Real Work Settings

The September Article of the Month from The Spanish Journal of Psychology is entitled Struggling to Fix Teams in Real Work Settings: A Challenge Assessment and an Intervention Toolbox by Carlos-María Alcover, Ramón Rico, and Michael West.…


Showing up to Improvisation

Emerging to sociality during a pandemic has felt like a process of improvisation—making gestures toward imagining oneself in relation to others, to past selves, and to future possibilities.…


Good news, everyone: Women feel more attractive before ovulation

Evolution has shaped women’s ovulatory cycles to be characterised by complex recurring physiological processes of changing hormones and organ tissue. However, these changes often bring about unwanted aspects – be it premenstrual symptoms such as mood swings, feeling bloated or anxious, menstrual pain, or – still way too often – menstrual shame.…


Maimonides’s Rationalization of the Incest Taboo, Its Reception in Thirteenth-Century Kabbalah, and Their Affinity to Aquinas

It is common to view Christian and Jewish traditions as conflicting dramatically in their attitude towards sexuality. This view is supported by the fact that Catholic traditions promote celibacy as a religious ideal, while Jewish traditions place marriage and procreation as one of the highest ethical values.…


Working Together to Find and Protect Unmarked Graves

Janvier, Alberta | 2019 It was a cold October morning in northeastern Alberta. I had been invited by the Chipewyan Prairie First Nation (CPFN) to conduct a small ground-penetrating radar (GPR) survey of a historic burial ground on one of their reserves.…