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SARS-CoV-2 Viral Incidence, Antibody Point Prevalence, Associated Population Characteristics, and Vaccine Attitudes, South Carolina, February 2021

After selecting participants aged u22655 years using a population proportionate to the number of South Carolina residents, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control conducted a random sampling point prevalence investigation involving viral and antibody testing and an associated health survey in February 2021. We detected an incidence of 2. 16 per 100 people and seropreval of 16. 4% in South Carolina residents aged u22655 years. In 28 percent of individuals with a recent positive test result, undetectable immunoglobulin G and immunoglobulin M antibodies were present, undermining the need for targeted education among people who may be prone to reinfection. In addition, we found a low prevalence of vaccine hesitancy in the state. The findings of this randomly selected surveillance and health survey have important implications for future COVID-19 public health response efforts.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1177/00333549221081128


Placing /aw/ Retraction in the Retreat from the Southern Vowel Shift in Raleigh, North Carolina

This report examines the change in apparent time in the /aw/ vowel class in Raleigh, North Carolina, where speakers have undergone vocal transition from the Southern Vowel Shift in reaction to widespread migration from the northern United States.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1177/00754242221144474


Agamermis (Nematoda: Mermithidae) Infection in South Carolina Agricultural Pests

Abstract In the southeastern United States, agricultural pests include native and invasive stink bugs and the closely related invasive Megacopta cribraria. In one soybean field in South Carolina in 2015, we specifically investigated Nematoda infections in pentatomid and plataspid pests. For the first time, this report reports mermithid nematode infection in immature M. cribraria, and another Euschistus species, as well as a grasshopper in South Carolina. The Pentatomidae and Plataspidae national mermithid host records for the Pentatomidae and Plataspidae are summarized.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21307/jofnem-2017-037


Moderation effect of community health on the relationship between racial/ethnic residential segregation and HIV viral suppression in South Carolina: A county-level longitudinal study from 2013 to 2018

Background Viral suppression is the ultimate objective of the HIV treatment cascade and a primary endpoint of antiretroviral therapy. Empirical findings found racial/ethnic ineffective viral suppression among people living with HIV, but the connection between racial/ethnic segregation and place-based viral suppression is vague, but the details of the relationship between racial/ethnic segregation and place-based viral suppression are uncertain. The new report sought to investigate the geographical-temporal differences in the HIV viral suppression rate in 46 South Carolina counties from 2013 to 2018. Results In 2013, 3% to 64%, respectively, with an average viral suppression rate across 46 counties in SC increasing from 64. 3% to 65. 4%. The impact of racial/ethnic segregation on viral suppression rate in counties with high rates of community health decreased compared to counties with low levels of community health. Intensive and sustained county-level programs aimed at improving community health can be effective ways to foster health equity in HIV treatment and care.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2022.1013967


Barriers to Help-seeking in Medical Students With Anxiety at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville

Abstract Anxiety in medical students have been measured as higher than the aged-matched general population, yet medical students are less likely to seek out therapy for mental health problems. Using the GAD7, questions regarding mental health stigma, and open-ended questions regarding mental health care in medical students, UofSC SOMG students were surveyed. Future research may help to eliminate care barriers so medical students can more effectively utilize mental health care services.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-2440207/v1


Abstract C112: Understanding and addressing cancer disparities among American Indians in North Carolina: The Southeastern cancer health equity partnership

Abstract North Carolina is home to the country's largest American Indian population, with eight state and federally recognized tribes and four urban Indian organizations separating. In 2021, three NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in North Carolina formed a unique collaboration to meet the cancer care needs of NC American Indian Indians under the direction of the Community Outreach and Engagement services. "Understanding and addressing racism among American Indian communities in North Carolina's catchment areas and elsewhere," The Southeastern Indian Cancer Health Equity Partnership, according to the coalition's name, "understand and address the cancer-related health needs of American Indian communities in our catchment areas and elsewhere. [abstract] Understanding and addressing cancer inequalities among American Indian Indians in North Carolina: The Southeastern cancer health equity partnership [abstract].

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1158/1538-7755.disp22-c112


Satisfying Children's Desire: A Primary Value Driving Parents’ Food Purchasing Decisions for Elementary-school-aged Children in South Carolina (P10-043-19)

Abstract Objectives This research sought to find out how parents made food purchasing decisions for their elementary-school-aged children and how they adjudicated among various values in order to make a purchasing decision. Methods: 40 parents from low- and middle-income families in South Carolina who were primary food shoppers for their elementary-school-aged children and the households were interviewed in a semi-structured qualitative survey. Parents' top priority for driving their food buying decisions was Satisfying children's desire for a food or drink. Parents wanted their children to eat healthier but discovered that they may need to compromise with the foods' safety because of their children's need for less healthy foods. Conclusions Parenting is the decision that parents make the food buying decision for children as children's interest and acceptance of a food are both important in parents'u2019 decisions.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/cdn/nzz034.p10-043-19


Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum Identified on Okra in South Carolina, United States

Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. F. oxysporum f. sp. An isolate isolated from discolored vascular tissue in the stem of a diseased plant was identified as F. oxysporum f. sp. When pieces of vascular tissue were cultured on Komada's medium, respectively, 77% and 60% of inoculated plants displayed vascular discoloration and 73% and 45% of inoculated plants yielding colonies of F. oxysporum. This report provides the first evidence of the presence of F. oxysporum f. sp.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1094/php-05-22-0048-br

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