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College drinking culture in Spain, Argentina, and USA: An examination of impulsivity, college alcohol beliefs, and alcohol outcomes

College drinking culture in Spain, Argentina, and USA

Across many countries and cultures, college students drink heavily. Students who drink heavily are at risk for a wide range of problems ranging from hangover to unsafe and unplanned sex to poor academic performance to developing an

Edaphic oribatid mites: a vast diversity taxon below our feet

The soil, for the majority of people, is only the ground below their feet, but instead of that, it represents a natural environment that contains one of the most rich and poorly known diversity on earth. Ecologically

Will dengue vaccination be cost-effective for an epidemic country? The case of Argentina

Dengue is one of the major tropical diseases, causing a huge burden in terms of suffering, deaths and economic costs globally. Many research institutions and pharmaceutical companies throughout the world have been trying to develop a vaccine