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    by Sierra, Justo, 1848-1912
    Published 1969
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    Published 1944
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    “…It explored whether the prevalence of sarcopenia decreased by applying ethnic- and gender-specific, DXA-derived appendicular skeletal muscle index (ASMI)-cutoff points in the definitions, as well as some associated factors in a sample of community-dwelling older Mexican people. METHODS: This is a pilot feasibility study that included a convenience sample of 217 community-dwelling older adults. …”
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    by Berler, Beatrice
    Published 1988
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    by Meyer, Jean A., 1942-
    Published 2004
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    “…In addition to contributing to the country's food culture, the nopal is considered a food with functional characteristics since, in addition to providing fiber, an important group of polyphenolic compounds is present, which has given cladodes to be considered a healthy food, for what they have been incorporated into the diet of Mexican people and many other countries worldwide. Research suggests that polyphenols from cladodes act as antioxidants and antidiabetics. …”
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    “…This study provides documentation of medicinal plants used in the Veracruz area of Mexico. Mexican people are still dependent upon medicinal plants, and in order to avoid their loss, certain measures of conservation for medicinal plants are needed.…”
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    “…In conclusion, it is recommended that both clinicians and researchers use this battery in the evaluation of Mexican people with AD to better understand the prognosis of the disease and its subsequent treatment.…”
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    “…Through collaborative groups, transversal research networks oriented to the priority health problems of Mexican people are being organized as a strategy whose purpose is making research more efficient and ensuring rapidly applicable results, in order to improve the quality of health care services offered by the Institute, whose commitment is primarily to Mexican society, although the results of this strategy could also be shown to the world, considering that the Institute is one of the largest public health service organizations, at least in Latin America, and its results could be a benchmark for the region. …”
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