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Initiation of Hemodialysis at One Month Following Fistulogram in Patients with Stage IV and V Chronic Kidney Disease
OBJECTIVE Previous studies have demonstrated that small amounts of contrast used in access related interventions had limited effects on the rate of progression of chronic kidney disease (CKD) after fistulography, but ...
The Adventures of Rabbah bar bar Hannah as a Polemic Against Babylonian Jewry
In the Babylonian Talmud (Bava Batra 73a1) there is a legal discussion pertaining to the buying and selling of ships. Amidst this deliberation, the Talmud veers off course, as it is wont to do, and introduces the reader ...
Constitution or the Rule of Conscience? How the Psychology of Zionism Explains Israeli Law
Why doesn’t the State of Israel have a written constitution? This is a notable question because every single other democracy in the world has one, with only four exceptions. Moreover, Israel and its political leaders were ...
Effects of RNAi knockdown of the gene for iPLA2β in muscles and neurons of Drosophila Melanogaster and rescue of climbing phenotype
Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disorder in which neurons deteriorate and die in the brain (Elkouzi, 2020). PD affects many areas of life including memory, work, sleep, and exercise. There is currently no ...
Elegy for the Living
When faithful informational exchange is just not worth it: Reformulation ability as a predictor of other-initiated repair
Galantucci et al (2020) showed that when people are given instructions that they do not understand, they do not always ask clarifying questions. Why do they keep their confusion to themselves? Are people more likely to ...
The Equitable and Ethical Distribution of the COVID-19 Vaccines: A Jewish and Secular Approach
This paper will examine the Jewish and secular fundamentals of medical ethics and compare these two perspectives as it relates to vaccination triaging. I will begin by delving into the role that preventative medicine ...
Understanding the interplay of life satisfaction, impact of public health crises, narrative transportation, and mind wandering
(New York, NY: Yeshiva College. Yeshiva University., 2021-01-05)
The proposed study is a research proposal that examines how individual difference trait and state variables influence the experience of a clip from the 2011 film, Contagion that portrays a pandemic similar to Covid 19. ...
The Counterculture to Chabad Lubavitch: The Search for Truth
The essence of Chabad, as highlighted in this study, is that it is, by its very nature, countercultural. As a philosophy of inherent love, community, and acceptance, it contains many parallels to the counterculture ...
Investigating the role of Wnt-pathway inhibition in mouse breast cancer tumor growth and metastasis.
(New York, NY: Yeshiva College. Yeshiva University., 2021-01)
Aside from skin cancers, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in American woman with 300,000 Americans diagnosed each year. Although great strides have been made in treating breast cancer, there are few ...