Results The influence factors entered the regression equation were ways of detoxification for drug abusers, marital status, mode of drug abuse, frequency of detoxification, maternal educational level, maternal occupation, family atmosphere and help and encourage from their relatives and friends, with their hazard ratios of 0.673, 1.315, 1.319, 0.867, 1.120, 1.318, 0.724 and 1.150, respectively.
Conclusion: It is necessary to examine the abnormal karyotypes of chromosome in suspected female patients before marriage,because abnormal sexual appearance affects seriously the quality of fertility and matrimony.
An investigation of mental pressure of 1267 teachers in Shanxi primary and middle schools indicates that teacher are a career group with mentally high pressure which has a certain difference between marriages, educations, ages, professional titles, regions and curricula, and the key factors causing the teaching pressure of teachers stem from the pressures of competition, students' parents, leadership and society.
Analysis of Marital Migrations in Two Ouluses of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)
The marital migration structure of two ouluses (administrative districts) of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) that have long been populated by three ethnic groups were studied on the basis of marriage records.
The increase in marital distance (590, 796, and 891 km in 1960, 1985, and 1995, respectively) indicates a steady increase in the outbred component of the population.
Age, educational level and marital status seem to have association with obesity prevalence.
Two groups of patients with moderate symptoms, one discharged and the other resident, were compared in respect of sex, age and marital state, diagnosis, previous admission and duration of stay in hospital.
EVE ALISON NYREN (TransL), The Bonds Of Matrimony/Hsing-shih yinyüan chuan (Vol.?One), A Seventeenth-Century Chinese Novel.
From matrimony to malaise: Men and women in the American film, 1930-1980
The first, rooted in informal control theory, suggests that the "marriage effect" is a direct result of social bonds that tend to accompany matrimony.
The insights that arise from consulting tradition and understanding the development of marriage for Christians are fundamental for explicating the special place matrimony holds in Christianity.
Decisions to go into a new business venture or to overhaul a management system (or to change the length of a lady's nose or to enter the state of holy matrimony) cannot be conveniently replicated before a largely irreversible commitment is made.
Procedure is described to estimate allele frequencies in indigenous populations of Siberia using phenotype data not only for "pure-blood" representatives of the ethnic groups examined, but also for the descendants of mixed marriages.
Inclusion of the data on descendants of mixed marriages into the analysis increases the sample information content and decreases variance of the estimates obtained.
For some DNA loci, significant differences between the offsprings of consanguineous and exogamous marriages with respect to allele sizes and their variance have been found.
Offspring of consanguineous marriages exhibit later age at onset and a higher risk of schizophrenia than offspring of exogamous marriages.
About 50% of marriages contracted in this population are homolocal (between residents of the same district); the endogamy is low (15%).