25 OCTOBER 2013, VOL. 4, NO. 1

   


25 OCTORBER 2013, VOL. 4, NO. 1, PAGES 63-74.




About the Cover: Robust evidence has shown that the outcomes of perineal trauma are associated with diverse obstetric interventions including episiotomy, operative delivery, pushing methods, and prolonged expulsive period. In the absence of obstetric anal sphincter injuries, although perineal pain during the early postnatal period is prevalent, the intensity is slight. Moreover, the use of episiotomy is associated with more perineal pain than other perineal trauma.  (See page 69).




Table of Contents

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Science Insights 2013; 4(1): page i.

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NEWS

Worldwide break news are selected.

Can Gene Tell You the Handedness? (Nottingham, UK)

Crocodiles Disappearing As Dinner (Cascade, JAMAICA)

Who Discover the New World First (London, UK)

Air Pollution: A Leading Cause of Cance (Geneva, SWITZERLAND)

Skull Rewrites Human Evolution (Tbilisi, GEORGIA)

We Need Sleep, Our Brains Need Sleep (Rochester, USA)

Genes Tell the Secret of a Happy Marriage? (Berkley, USA)

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EDITOR'S CHOICE

Recent representative literatures are highlighted.

ECONOMIC PSYCHOLOGY: Psychological Pressure in Competitive Environments

MEMBRANE BIOLOGY: Iron in Remodeling of Membrane Lipids

MATHEMATICS: Inner Inverses and Inner Annihilators in Rings

Science Insights 2013; 4(1): 65.

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AWARDS

2013 Nobel Prize Laureates

Science Insights 2013; 4(1): 66-67.

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PICTURE STATION

Mountains at Saint-Rémy (July 1889)

By Vincent van Gogh

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SHORT COMMUNICATION

Postpartum Perineal Pain in the Absence of Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injuries: A Prospective Observational Study

By Xian Wang, Shiqin Xu, Shanwu Feng

Science Insights 2013; 4(1): 69-74.

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