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The effects of Guarana (Paullinia cupana) supplementation on the cognitive performance of young healthy adults – a Systematic Review

visits conducted with a 24h difference. 10 participants used caffeine; 10 participants placebo HASKELL C.F. et al (2007) Double-Blind, Counterbalanced, Placebo- Controlled Study 26 Healthy participants (mean age 21.38; 8 males, 18 females) 5 participants excluded 37.5mg/ 75mg/ 150mg/ 300mg/ guarana capsules Placebo Behavioral and Cognitive effects of Guarana supplementation 1 training session and 5 study days Each participant was his own control KENNEDY DO et al (2004) Double-Blind, Counterbalanced, Placebo- Controlled Study 28 Healthy

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Adherence to Mediterranean diet and risk of depression later in life. A cross sectional study in East Attica, Greece

) to screen for depressive symptoms and to estimate the prevalence of depression in this particular population group. Patients with scores of 0–5 are considered normal; a score of 6–10 indicates moderate depression; and 11–15 indicates severe depression ( Fountoulakis et al., 1999 , Yesavage et al., 1982 ). In order to quantify the presence of sleep disturbances, the Athens Insomnia Scale (AIS-8 items) was administered to all the participants. Each item of the scale is rated 0–3 (0: no problem and 3: serious problem). Scores ≥ 6 indicate diagnosis of insomnia

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Population ageing and inter-generational relations in the MENA: what role for social policy?

. (2007) Generation and Globalization: Youth, Age and Family in the New World Economy . Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press. Dhillon, N. and Yousef, T. (Eds) (2009) Generation in Waiting: The Unfulfilled Promise of Young People in the Middle East. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution. EU (2017) Eurostat - Archive:Youth statistics - North Africa and Eastern Mediterranean. http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statisticsexplained/index.php/Archive:Youth_statistics_-_North_Africa_and_Eastern_Mediterranean . Accessed: 10 March 2017

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Adjusting to population ageing: evidence for policy action

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Clinical Significance of Quantitative HBs Antigen in the Prediction of Liver Fibrosis in Patients with Chronic Hepatitis B

., Conti F., Bernardi M. “Chronic hepatitis B: Are we close to a cure?” Digestive and Liver Disease. 2015; 47: 836-841. 10. Martinot-PeginouxM et al.: HBsAg quantification to predict natural history and treatment outcome in chronic hepatitis B patients. Clin Liver Dis. 2013, 17: 399-412. 11. Samant H, Joshi Aet al. “Correlation of QuantitativeHBsAg with Quantitative HBV DNA in Different Phases of Chronic Hepatitis B (CHB) Patients.”J Liver Res Disord Ther. 2016; 1(3). 12. Thompson AJ, Nguyen T, Iser D, et al. “Serum hepatitis B surface antigen and

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Editorial Policies and Good Practices in Editing the Journal ‘International Medical Journal - Medicus’

References 1. Masic I, Pollozhani A, Hamiti B, Zeynel S. The International Medical Journal 'MEDICUS' - A success story from Macedonia. Acta Informatica Medica, 2013; 21(3): 222. Available at: http://connection.ebscohost.com/c/articles/90557123/international-medical-journal-medicus-success-storyfrom-macedonia Accessed: 5.10.2014. 2. IMJM. Available at: http://www.imjm.mk/static/IMJM_InformationForAu thors.pdf Accessed: 05.10.2014.

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Different Clinical Expression of Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents: Assessment and Treatment

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Effects of Serenoa repens Alcohol Extract on Benign Prostate Hyperplasia

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Publishing Scientific Journals in the Digital Age: Opportunities for Small Scholarly Journals

References 1. Maru#x0161;ić A, Maru#x0161;ić M. Double life of medical journals: Dr Paper and Mr Web. Croat Med J. 2006; 47:4-6. 2. LaPorte RE, Marler E, Akazawa S, Sauer F, Gamboa C, Shenton C, Glosser C, Villasenor A, Maclure M. The death of biomedical journals. BMJ. 1995; 310:1387-90. 3. Maru#x0161;ić A, Maru#x0161;ić M. Can small journals provide leadership? Lancet. 2012; 379: 1361-3. 4. US National Library of Medicine. PubMed Central. Available at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/. Accessed: June 25, 2014 5. Fenner M. eXtyles: Interview with

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