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The Dome of Thought: Phrenology and the Nineteenth-Century Popular Imagination Book
Manchester:Manchester University Press, 2022
Authors:  HUGHES, William
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Phrenology  Victorian Medicine  Scottish History  Pseudoscience  English History  Newspapers  
A comprehensive quality analysis of randomized controlled clinical trials of Asian ginseng and American ginseng based on the CONSORT guideline Journal article
Journal of Ginseng Research, 2022,Volume: 46,Issue: 1,Page: 71-78
Authors:  Chen, Weijie;  Li, Xiuzhu;  Chen, Zhejie;  Hao, Wei;  Yao, Peifen;  Li, Meng;  Liu, Kunmeng;  Hu, Hao;  Wang, Shengpeng;  Wang, Yitao
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Consort  Ginseng  Quality Analysis  Randomized Controlled Clinical Trials  
Assessment of Reporting Quality in Randomized Controlled Trials of Acupuncture for Primary Insomnia with CONSORT Statement and STRICTA Guidelines Journal article
Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2022,Volume: 2022
Authors:  Yang, Jinsong;  Yu, Fanjun;  Lin, Keyi;  Qu, Haotian;  He, Yihan;  Zhao, Jing;  Feng, Fen;  Pan, Litao;  Kui, Yu
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Quality Evaluation of Randomized Controlled Trials of Rhodiola Species: A Systematic Review Journal article
Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2021,Volume: 2021
Authors:  Li, Xiuzhu;  Chen, Weijie;  Xu, Yingqi;  Liang, Zuanji;  Hu, Hao;  Wang, Shengpeng;  Wang, Yitao
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Efficacy and safety of traditional Chinese medicines for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: a systematic literature review of randomized controlled trials Journal article
Chinese Medicine, 2021,Volume: 16,Issue: 1
Authors:  Liang,Zuanji;  Chen,Xianwen;  Shi,Junnan;  Hu,Hao;  Xue,Yan;  Ung,Carolina Oi Lam
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Consort-chm  Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease  Randomized Clinical Trial  Rct  Risk Of Bias  Traditional Chinese Medicine  
Efficacy and safety of traditional Chinese medicines for non‑alcoholic fatty liver disease: a systematic literature review of randomized controlled trials Journal article
Chinese Medicine, 2021,Page: 1-38
Authors:  Liang, Z.;  Chen, X.;  Shi, J.;  Hu, H.;  Xue, Y.;  Ung, O. L. C.
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Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease  Traditional Chinese Medicine  Randomized Clinical Trial  Rct  Consortchm  Risk Of Bias  
A digital mental health intervention to reduce depressive symptoms among overseas Filipino workers: protocol for a pilot hybrid type 1 effectiveness-implementation randomized … Journal article
Implementation science communications, 2020,Page: 96-96
Authors:  Lam, I. F.
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digital mental health  intervention  depressive symptoms  overseas Filipino workers  
An evaluation of randomized controlled trials on nutraceuticals containing traditional Chinese medicines for diabetes management: A systematic review Journal article
Chinese Medicine, 2019,Volume: 14,Issue: 1
Authors:  Shi,Junnan;  Hu,Hao;  Harnett,Joanna;  Zheng,Xiaoting;  Liang,Zuanji;  Wang,Yi Tao;  Ung,Carolina Oi Lam
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Blood Glucose  Diabetes  Nutraceuticals  Randomized Clinical Trial  Rct  Supplements  Tcm  Traditional Chinese Medicine  
Treatment of Internet gaming disorder: An international systematic review and CONSORT evaluation Journal article
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW, 2017,Volume: 54,Page: 123-133
Authors:  King, Daniel L.;  Delfabbro, Paul H.;  Wu, Anise M. S.;  Doh, Young Yim;  Kuss, Daria J.;  Pallesen, Stale;  Mentzoni, Rune;  Carragher, Natacha;  Sakuma, Hiroshi
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Internet Gaming Disorder  Internet Addiction  Treatment  Consort  Dsm-5  Icd-11  
Comparison of high-intensity interval training and moderate-to-vigorous continuous training for cardiometabolic health and exercise enjoyment in obese young women: A randomized controlled trial Journal article
PLOS ONE, 2016,Volume: 11,Issue: 7
Authors:  Kong,Zhaowei;  Fan,Xitao;  Sun,Shengyan;  Song,Lili;  Shi,Qingde;  Nie,Jinlei
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