1. A review of current evidence in the surgical treatment of migraine headaches.

    Plastic &amp Reconstructive Surgery 134(4 Suppl 2):131S (2014) PMID 25254996

    Migraines affect 18% of women and 6% of men and result in an estimated $1 billion in medical costs and $16 billion productivity loss in the United States annually. Migraine headaches persist as a problem of this scale because pharmacologic treatments for migraines are frequently incompletely eff...
  2. A review of current evidence in the surgical treatment of migraine headaches.

    Plastic &amp Reconstructive Surgery 134(4 Suppl 2):131S (2014) PMID 25254996

    Migraines affect 18% of women and 6% of men and result in an estimated $1 billion in medical costs and $16 billion productivity loss in the United States annually. Migraine headaches persist as a problem of this scale because pharmacologic treatments for migraines are frequently incompletely eff...
  3. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  4. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  5. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  6. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  7. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  8. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  9. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  10. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  11. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  12. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  13. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  14. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  15. Prevention of influenza by targeting host receptors using engineered proteins.

    PNAS 111(17):6401 (2014) PMID 24733924 PMCID PMC4035977

    There is a need for new approaches for the control of influenza given the burden caused by annual seasonal outbreaks, the emergence of viruses with pandemic potential, and the development of resistance to current antiviral drugs. We show that multivalent biologics, engineered using carbohydrate-...
  16. Reducing loneliness amongst older people: a systematic search and narrative review.

    Aging and Mental Health 18(6):683 (2014) PMID 24437736

    To investigate the effectiveness of recent social therapeutic interventions to reduce loneliness in older people. To examine this matter, a literature review, using seven databases, was undertaken using search terms relating to the themes of ageing, loneliness and social support. A total of 17 r...
  17. Reducing loneliness amongst older people: a systematic search and narrative review.

    Aging and Mental Health 18(6):683 (2014) PMID 24437736

    To investigate the effectiveness of recent social therapeutic interventions to reduce loneliness in older people. To examine this matter, a literature review, using seven databases, was undertaken using search terms relating to the themes of ageing, loneliness and social support. A total of 17 r...
  18. Anatomy of the supratrochlear nerve: implications for the surgical treatment of migraine headaches.

    Plastic &amp Reconstructive Surgery 131(4):743 (2013) PMID 23249981

    Migraine headaches have been linked to compression, irritation, or entrapment of peripheral nerves in the head and neck at muscular, fascial, and vascular sites. The frontal region is a trigger for many patients' symptoms, and the possibility for compression of the supratrochlear nerve by the co...
  19. Anatomy of the supratrochlear nerve: implications for the surgical treatment of migraine headaches.

    Plastic &amp Reconstructive Surgery 131(4):743 (2013) PMID 23249981

    Migraine headaches have been linked to compression, irritation, or entrapment of peripheral nerves in the head and neck at muscular, fascial, and vascular sites. The frontal region is a trigger for many patients' symptoms, and the possibility for compression of the supratrochlear nerve by the co...
  20. A study of the quality and hygienic conditions of spring water in Mongolia.

    Journal of Water and Health 6(1):141 (2008) PMID 17998615

    An assessment on quality and hygienic conditions of spring water was undertaken in Mongolia in 2004 with financial and technical support from the World Health Organization through AGFUND. A total of 127 springs, 99 from rural areas and 28 from Ulaanbaatar city were included in the study. The stu...