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[bims-librar] 2019-07-14, eleven selections

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 1. Influence of Climate on Google Internet Searches for Pruritus Across
     16 German Cities: Retrospective Analysis.
 2. Using Google Trends to understand information-seeking behaviour about
     throat cancer.
 3. Health Insurance Coverage of Recommended Gender-Affirming Health Care
     Services for Transgender Youth: Shopping Online for Coverage Information.
 4. Exploring the motivations and experiences of women seeking online
     breastfeeding support: reassurance and shared experience versus judgement
     and misinformation.
 5. [Information Needs and Quality among Cervical Cancer Patients].
 6. Understanding the Factors Influencing Patient E-Health Literacy in
     Online Health Communities (OHCs): A Social Cognitive Theory Perspective.
 7. Information needs and information seeking behaviour of patients during
     follow-up of colorectal cancer in the Netherlands.
 8. Users' Experiences With Web-Based Health Care Information: Qualitative
     Study About Diabetes and Dementia Information Presented on a Governmental
     Website.
 9. Mothers' Perceptions of the Internet and Social Media as Sources of
     Parenting and Health Information: Qualitative Study.
10. Visualizing Patterns and Trends of 25 Years of Published Health
     Literacy Research.
11. Comprehensive Approach to Open Access Publishing: Platforms and Tools.

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                                  J Med Internet Res. 2019 Jul 12. 21(7): e13739
 1. Influence of Climate on Google Internet Searches for Pruritus Across
     16 German Cities: Retrospective Analysis.
   Tizek L, Schielein M, Rüth M, Ständer S, Pereira MP, Eberlein B, Biedermann
   T, Zink A
  BACKGROUND: The burden of pruritus is high, especially among patients with
  dermatologic diseases. Identifying trends in pruritus burden and people's
  medical needs is challenging, since not all affected people consult a
  physician.
   OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to investigate pruritus search
  behavior trends in Germany and identify associations with weather factors.
   METHODS: Google AdWords Keyword Planner was used to quantify
  pruritus-related search queries in 16 German cities from August 2014 to July
  2018. All identified keywords were qualitatively categorized and
  pruritus-related terms were descriptively analyzed. The number of search
  queries per 100,000 inhabitants of each city was compared to environmental
  factors such as temperature, humidity, particulate matter 10 micrometers or
  less in diameter (PM10), and sunshine duration to investigate potential
  correlations.
   RESULTS: We included 1150 pruritus-related keywords, which resulted in
  2,851,290 queries. "Pruritus" (n=115,680) and "anal pruritus" (n=102,390)
  were the most-searched-for keywords. Nearly half of all queries were related
  to the category localization, with Berlin and Munich having a comparatively
  high proportion of people that searched for pruritus in the genital and anal
  areas. People searched more frequently for information on chronic compared
  to acute pruritus. The most populated cities had the lowest number of
  queries per 100,000 inhabitants (Berlin, n=13,641; Hamburg, n=18,303; and
  Munich, n=21,363), while smaller cities (Kiel, n=35,027; and Freiburg,
  n=39,501) had the highest. Temperature had a greater effect on search query
  number (beta -7.94, 95% CI -10.74 to -5.15) than did PM10 (beta -5.13, 95%
  CI -7.04 to -3.22), humidity (beta 4.73, 95% CI 2.70 to 6.75), or sunshine
  duration (beta 0.66, 95% CI 0.36 to 0.97). The highest relative number of
  search queries occurred during the winter (ie, December to February).
   CONCLUSIONS: By taking into account the study results, Google data analysis
  helps to examine people's search frequency, behavior, and interest across
  cities and regions. The results indicated a general increase in search
  queries during the winter as well as differences across cities located in
  the same region; for example, there was a decline in search volume in
  Saarbrucken, while there were increases in Cologne, Frankfurt, and Dortmund.
  In addition, the detected correlation between search volume and weather data
  seems to be valuable in predicting an increase in pruritus burden, since a
  significant association with rising humidity and sunshine duration, as well
  as declining temperature and PM10, was found. Accordingly, this is an
  unconventional and inexpensive method to identify search behavior trends and
  respective inhabitants' needs.
   Keywords: Internet; environment; informatics; pruritus; retrospective
    studies; weather
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.2196/13739
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31301128

                                               J Laryngol Otol. 2019 Jul 08. 1-5
 2. Using Google Trends to understand information-seeking behaviour about
     throat cancer.
   Faoury M, Upile T, Patel N
  OBJECTIVE: Many people seek health information from internet sources.
  Understanding this behaviour can help inform healthcare delivery. This study
  aimed to review Google Trends as a method for investigating internet-based
  information-seeking behaviour related to throat cancer in terms of quantity,
  content and thematic analysis.
   METHOD: Data was collected using Google Trends. Normalised data was created
  using the search terms 'throat cancer', 'cancer', 'HPV', 'laryngeal cancer'
  and 'head and neck cancer'. The search data was used to analyse the temporal
  and geographical interest pattern of these terms from 2004 to 2015.
   RESULTS: Three important peaks in searches for 'throat cancer' were
  identified. The first and greatest increase in interest was in September
  2010, and there were also peaks in June 2013 and in October 2011.
   CONCLUSION: Internet-search analysis can provide an insight into the
  information-seeking behaviour of the public. Mass media can hugely affect
  this information-seeking behaviour. Possessing tools to investigate and
  understand information-seeking behaviour may be used to improve healthcare
  delivery.
   Keywords: Correlation Of Data; Data Analysis; Head And Neck Neoplasms;
    Papillomavirus Infections; Pharynx
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0022215119001348
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31280728

                                           Transgend Health. 2019 ;4(1): 131-135
 3. Health Insurance Coverage of Recommended Gender-Affirming Health Care
     Services for Transgender Youth: Shopping Online for Coverage Information.
   Dowshen NL, Christensen J, Gruschow SM
  We assessed online health insurance plan indication of coverage and
  accessibility of information for recommended services for transgender youth
  (TY). Content analysis was performed for plans used at a pediatric Gender
  Clinic by reviewing information about coverage of puberty blockers,
  hormones, masculinizing chest surgery, and counseling. Transgender-specific
  exclusions and the time required for the research assistant to review each
  plan's online information were noted. No plan (0%; n=36) indicated coverage
  of all four categories of recommended services online. Forty-nine percent
  indicated ≥1 transgender-specific exclusion. The median time required for a
  research assistant to review online coverage information for each insurance
  plan was 50 min. Efforts are needed to ensure that online insurance
  information is accessible and updated in accordance with policy and coverage
  recommendations for TY.
   Keywords: health policy; insurance coverage; transgender health;
    transgender youth
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1089/trgh.2018.0055
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31289750

                                          Matern Child Nutr. 2019 Jul 12. e12874
 4. Exploring the motivations and experiences of women seeking online
     breastfeeding support: reassurance and shared experience versus judgement
     and misinformation.
   Regan S, Brown A
  Breastfeeding support is integral to many women's successful breastfeeding
  experiences. However cuts to professional and peer support services,
  distance from family, and a predominant formula feeding culture mean that
  many women in the UK do not receive the support they need. Turning to online
  support is an increasingly popular means of gaining both informational and
  emotional support but research into online breastfeeding support groups is
  sparse in the UK. Data from Australia and the USA tends to focus on the
  positives: women value such groups, finding information, reassurance and a
  feeling of belonging. This study explored 14 women's experiences of using
  online support for breastfeeding in the UK, using semi structured interviews
  to understand their motivations, positive and negative experiences. Mothers
  were drawn to online support due to a lack of professional, familial and
  partner support. Online support was reassuring, empathetic and available
  around the clock, and less daunting than attending a face-to-face group.
  Many attributed their continued breastfeeding to the support they received.
  However women also experienced negativities: judgement for using formula,
  polarised debate and a lack of regulation meaning that unhelpful information
  was sometimes posted. The findings have important implications for those
  working to support mothers. These groups provide a safe space for
  breastfeeding mothers but moderation is needed of such groups to ensure
  information is accurate and debate respectful. Online support groups are
  currently plugging a gap in funded support; they should be in addition not
  in replacement to professional and trained peer support services.
   Keywords: Breastfeeding; Facebook; Formula feeding; Online support; Peer
    support; Social media
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/mcn.12874
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31299699

                Zhongguo Yi Xue Ke Xue Yuan Xue Bao. 2019 Jun 30. 41(3): 388-395
 5. [Information Needs and Quality among Cervical Cancer Patients].
   Zhen HN, Miao Z, Lian X, Hu K, Shen J, Ma JB, Guan H, Zhang FQ
  Objective To investigate the demand for scientific information among
  cervical cancer patients and to evaluate the quality of the relevant
  information available for these patients.Methods The demand for medical
  science information among patients with cervical cancer was investigated via
  questionnaire.The Discernn scoring system was used to score the cervical
  cancer science articles retrieved by Baidu and Sogou.A model was established
  to analyse the reading difficulty of these articles.Results Nearly
  half(53.6%)of the respondents searched for online science information at
  least weekly.The main target readings were the etiology and risk factors of
  diseases,symptoms,treatment options,adverse reactions of treatments,and
  prognosis.Most respondents(96.4%)thought that the network science
  information was reliable.Of the 104 search results included in the sample
  bank,13(12.5%)met the inclusion criteria,91(87.5%)were not
  selected,including 32 duplicates(30.8%),6 non-text webpages(5.8%),18 short
  texts(less than 300 Chinese characters)(17.3%),7 advertisements(6.7%),3 news
  articles(2.9%),22 forum posts(21.2%),and 3 academic articles(2.9%).According
  to the Discern scoring system,the reliability(r=0.728, P<0.001),the quality
  of treatment-related information(r=0.431, P<0.001),and the overall
  scores(r=0.559,P<0.001)of the enrolled 13 publications were consistent,as
  evaluated by two professional physicians.The mean overall score was 3.A
  lower score(less than 3)in the reliability assessment was due to the source
  of the content,generation methods,sponsors,citations,and the undefined
  parts.During the evaluation of treatment information,the average score was
  below 3 for each item.Analysis of the reading difficulty showed that,among
  these 13 articles,4 were at postgraduate thesis level(level 5),4 at
  undergraduate thesis level(level 4),0 at high school textbook level(level
  3),and 8 was higher than middle school level(≥level 3).Eight
  articles(61.5%)were suitable for readers with an education background of
  higher middle school and only 5 articles(38.5%)were suitable for readers
  with an education background of middle school or lower(≤ level
  2).Conclusions The vast majority of patients with cervical cancer search for
  clinical information through the Internet and trust their
  reliability.Chinese search engines have lower detection rates for
  high-quality medical science articles.The currently available high-quality
  medical science articles are small in number and difficult to read.More
  physicians are urged to write easy-to-read high-quality articles for these
  patients.
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.3881/j.issn.1000-503X.11149
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31282335

                      Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2019 Jul 10. pii: E2455.
 6. Understanding the Factors Influencing Patient E-Health Literacy in
     Online Health Communities (OHCs): A Social Cognitive Theory Perspective.
   Zhou J, Fan T
  Although online health communities (OHCs) are increasingly popular in public
  health promotion, few studies have explored the factors influencing patient
  e-health literacy in OHCs. This paper aims to address the above gap. Based
  on social cognitive theory, we identified one behavioral factor (i.e.,
  health knowledge seeking) and one social environmental factor (i.e., social
  interaction ties) and proposed that both health knowledge seeking and social
  interaction ties directly influence patient e-health literacy; in addition,
  social interaction ties positively moderate the effect of health knowledge
  seeking on patient e-health literacy. We collected 333 valid data points and
  verified our three hypotheses. The empirical results provide two crucial
  findings. First, both health knowledge seeking and social interaction ties
  positively influence patient e-health literacy in OHCs. Second, social
  interaction ties positively moderate the effect of health knowledge seeking
  on patient e-health literacy. These findings firstly contribute to public
  health literature by exploring the mechanism of how different factors
  influence patient e-health literacy in OHCs and further contribute to
  e-health literacy literature by verifying the impact of social environmental
  factors.
   Keywords: e-health literacy; online health communities; social cognitive
    theory
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph16142455
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31295924

                                                   J Cancer Surviv. 2019 Jul 08.
 7. Information needs and information seeking behaviour of patients during
     follow-up of colorectal cancer in the Netherlands.
   Wieldraaijer T, Duineveld LAM, Bemelman WA, van Weert HCPM, Wind J
  PURPOSE: Adequately informing patients is considered crucial in cancer care,
  but need for information and information seeking behaviour of colorectal
  cancer (CRC) patients in the Netherlands are currently not well known.
   METHODS: In a prospective study, patients participating in a specialty,
  hospital-based follow-up program completed three consecutive surveys over a
  6-month period to analyse their information need and information seeking
  behaviour.
   RESULTS: Patients (n = 259) felt well informed about their treatment (86%),
  disease (84%), and follow-up program (80%), but less well informed about
  future expectations (49%), nutrition (43%), recommended physical activity
  (42%), and heredity of cancer (40%). The need for more information on these
  subjects remained constant over the first five postoperative years. Patients
  who were younger, who had undergone chemotherapy, or who had comorbid
  conditions needed more information on several subjects. One in three
  patients searched for information themselves, mostly on the Internet. One in
  four patients consulted a health care provider for information, mostly their
  GP. Younger and more educated patients more often searched for information
  themselves, while patients undergoing chemotherapy more often consulted the
  hospital nurse. Information seeking behaviour remained constant over time.
   CONCLUSIONS: This study showed where current information provision is
  perceived as adequate and on which subject improvements can be made. It
  identifies information seeking behaviour and proposes ways to personalize
  information provision.
   IMPLICATIONS FOR CANCER SURVIVORS: The GP is most frequently consulted for
  information; involving GPs in CRC follow-up could improve information
  provision on several subjects for several patients.
   Keywords: Colorectal cancer; Follow-up; General practitioners; Information
    needs; Information seeking behaviour; Patients
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11764-019-00779-5
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31286386

                                  J Med Internet Res. 2019 Jul 08. 21(7): e11340
 8. Users' Experiences With Web-Based Health Care Information: Qualitative
     Study About Diabetes and Dementia Information Presented on a Governmental
     Website.
   Wiegers TA, Hendriks M, Malanda U, de Boer D
  BACKGROUND: Information on health and health care is abundant on the
  internet. To make informed choices, patients need reliable and
  easy-to-understand information about quality and availability of care
  providers and treatment options. However, the reliability of such Web-based
  information is difficult to assess.
   OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to test Web-based information about diabetes and
  dementia and specifically a new presentation format of care routes to see if
  people are able to understand and use the information.
   METHODS: Overall, 38 cognitive interviews were held; 20 people viewed the
  information about diabetes and 18 viewed the dementia information.
  Participants were asked what they would want to know about either diabetes
  or dementia, what choices they would want to make concerning their preferred
  care provider and treatment, and what information they would like to find to
  make these choices. They were then asked to view the relevant pages and
  comment on them. The interview was focused on general information about the
  condition, the care route, and the quality information for choosing a
  hospital. The interviews were transcribed verbatim and then systematically
  coded and ordered into themes.
   RESULTS: The themes that were developed for both Web pages during the
  analysis were information needs, findability, usability, comprehension and
  readability, recognizability, care route, quality information, and
  usefulness. Information needs were found to be very diverse and dependent on
  the personal situation and condition of the participant. Several
  participants were unable to find specific items because they were not where
  they expected them to be. Most participants were positive about the layout,
  font, and color scheme of the test pages. However, options of clicking
  through to another website and indications where information can be expanded
  and collapsed could be made clearer. Participants generally found the
  information easy to understand but felt a need for a more detailed
  explanation of the medical terms. Recognition of the information played an
  important role: participants assessed whether the information they found
  matched their experiences. The term care route meant little to most of the
  participants, but the layout of the care route itself was found to be clear.
  Not many respondents spontaneously went to the quality information, and a
  number of participants had difficulty understanding it. Overall, the
  participants thought the information on the website was useful and helpful.
   CONCLUSIONS: The cognitive interviews gave numerous insights into how
  Web-based information is processed and understood. The care route offers a
  clear overview of the various stages as the condition progresses, but the
  name care route is not clear to everyone. We gained insight into differences
  between subgroups of people in terms of information needs, comprehension,
  and use of the information because the diversity within the group of
  participants was lower than expected.
   Keywords: choice behavior; patients; qualitative research
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.2196/11340
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31287066

                                  J Med Internet Res. 2019 Jul 09. 21(7): e14289
 9. Mothers' Perceptions of the Internet and Social Media as Sources of
     Parenting and Health Information: Qualitative Study.
   Moon RY, Mathews A, Oden R, Carlin R
  BACKGROUND: Traditionally, guidance and support to new parents have come
  from family, friends, and health care providers. However, the internet and
  social media are growing sources of guidance and support for parents. Little
  is known about how the internet and social media are used by parents of
  young infants and specifically about parental perceptions of the internet
  and social media as sources of parenting and infant health information.
   OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to explore, using qualitative methods,
  parental perceptions of the advantages and disadvantages of the internet and
  social media as sources of parenting and health information regarding their
  infant.
   METHODS: A total of 28 mothers participated in focus groups or individual
  interviews. Probing questions concerning parenting and health information
  sources were asked. Themes were developed in an iterative manner from coded
  data.
   RESULTS: The central themes were (1) reasons that mothers turn to the
  internet for parenting and health information, (2) cautionary advice about
  the internet, and (3) reasons that mothers turn to social media for
  parenting and health information. Mothers appreciated the ability to gather
  unlimited information and multiple opinions quickly and anonymously, but
  recognized the need to use reputable sources of information. Mothers also
  appreciated the immediacy of affirmation, support, and tailored information
  available through social media.
   CONCLUSIONS: The internet and social media are rapidly becoming important
  and trusted sources of parenting and health information that mothers turn to
  when making infant care decisions.
   Keywords: focus groups; internet; parenting; social media
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.2196/14289
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31290403

                                  Health Lit Res Pract. 2017 Oct;1(4): e182-e191
10. Visualizing Patterns and Trends of 25 Years of Published Health
     Literacy Research.
   Massey PM, Kim MC, Dalrymple PW, Rogers ML, Hawthorne KH, Manganello JA
  Background: With an increase in the number of disciplines contributing to
  health literacy scholarship, we sought to explore the nature of
  interdisciplinary research in the field.
   Objective: This study sought to describe disciplines that contribute to
  health literacy research and to quantify how disciplines draw from and
  contribute to an interdisciplinary evidence base, as measured by citation
  networks.
   Methods: We conducted a literature search for health literacy articles
  published between 1991 and 2015 in four bibliographic databases, producing
  6,229 unique bibliographic records. We employed a scientometric tool
  (CiteSpace [Version 4.4.R1]) to quantify patterns in published health
  literacy research, including a visual path from cited discipline domains to
  citing discipline domains.
   Key Results: The number of health literacy publications increased each year
  between 1991 and 2015. Two spikes, in 2008 and 2013, correspond to the
  introduction of additional subject categories, including information science
  and communication. Two journals have been cited more than 2,000 times-the
  Journal of General Internal Medicine (n = 2,432) and Patient Education and
  Counseling (n = 2,252). The most recently cited journal added to the top 10
  list of cited journals is the Journal of Health Communication (n = 989).
  Three main citation paths exist in the health literacy data set. Articles
  from the domain "medicine, medical, clinical" heavily cite from one domain
  (health, nursing, medicine), whereas articles from the domain "psychology,
  education, health" cite from two separate domains (health, nursing, medicine
  and psychology, education, social).
   Conclusions: Recent spikes in the number of published health literacy
  articles have been spurred by a greater diversity of disciplines
  contributing to the evidence base. However, despite the diversity of
  disciplines, citation paths indicate the presence of a few, self-contained
  disciplines contributing to most of the literature, suggesting a lack of
  interdisciplinary research. To address complex and evolving challenges in
  the health literacy field, interdisciplinary team science, that is,
  integrating science from across multiple disciplines, should continue to
  grow. [Health Literacy Research and Practice. 2017;1(4):e182-e191.].
   Plain Language Summary: The addition of diverse disciplines conducting
  health literacy scholarship has spurred recent spikes in the number of
  publications. However, citation paths suggest that interdisciplinary
  research can be strengthened. Findings directly align with the increasing
  emphasis on team science, and support opportunities and resources that
  incentivize interdisciplinary health literacy research.
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.3928/24748307-20170829-01
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31294264

                                     J Korean Med Sci. 2019 Jul 15. 34(27): e184
11. Comprehensive Approach to Open Access Publishing: Platforms and Tools.
   Gasparyan AY, Yessirkepov M, Voronov AA, Koroleva AM, Kitas GD
  The Open Access Initiative is gaining momentum due to the worldwide
  availability of advanced digital tools, online publishing platforms, and
  systems for tracking academic contributions. Several declarations and
  initiatives, including Plan S, have already laid a foundation for moving
  away from subscription to full and immediate open-access publishing. The
  global initiatives imply targeting journals satisfying the upgraded quality
  and visibility criteria. To meet these criteria, a comprehensive approach to
  Open Access is recommended. This article overviews the essential components
  of the comprehensive approach, increasing transparency, adherence to ethical
  standards, and diversification of evaluation metrics. With the increasing
  volume of quality open-access journals, their indexing with free databases
  and search engines is becoming increasingly important. The Directory of Open
  Access Journals and PubMed Central currently free searches of open-access
  sources. These services, however, cannot fully satisfy the increasing
  demands of the users, and attempts are underway to upgrade the indexing and
  archiving of open-access sources in China, Japan, Korea, Russia, and
  elsewhere. The wide use of identifiers is essential for transparency of
  scholarly communications. Peer reviewers are now offered credits from
  Publons. These credits are transferrable to their Open Researcher and
  Contributor iDs. Various social media channels are increasingly used by
  scholars to comment on articles. All these comments are tracked by related
  metric systems, such as Altmetrics. Combined with traditional citation
  evaluations, the alternative metrics can help timely identify and promote
  publications influencing education, research, and practice.
   Keywords: Access to Information; Bibliography as Topic; Open Access
    Publishing; Peer Review; Periodicals as Topic
  DOI: https://doi.org/10.3346/jkms.2019.34.e184
  URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31293109

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September 2018, Week 5
September 2018, Week 4
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August 2018, Week 5
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June 2018, Week 5
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March 2018, Week 5
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February 2018, Week 4
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February 2018, Week 1
January 2018, Week 5
January 2018, Week 4
January 2018, Week 3
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January 2018, Week 1
December 2017, Week 5
December 2017, Week 4
December 2017, Week 3
December 2017, Week 2
December 2017, Week 1
November 2017, Week 5
November 2017, Week 4
November 2017, Week 3
November 2017, Week 2
November 2017, Week 1
October 2017, Week 5
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June 2017, Week 5
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March 2017, Week 5
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January 2017, Week 5
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January 2017, Week 1
December 2016, Week 5
December 2016, Week 4
December 2016, Week 3
December 2016, Week 2
December 2016, Week 1
November 2016, Week 5
November 2016, Week 4
November 2016, Week 3
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November 2016, Week 1
October 2016, Week 5
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January 2016, Week 1
December 2015, Week 5
December 2015, Week 4
December 2015, Week 3
December 2015, Week 2
December 2015, Week 1
November 2015, Week 5
November 2015, Week 4
November 2015, Week 3
November 2015, Week 2
November 2015, Week 1
October 2015, Week 5
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December 2014, Week 5
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November 2014, Week 5
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January 2014, Week 5
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January 2014, Week 1
December 2013, Week 5
December 2013, Week 4
December 2013, Week 3
December 2013, Week 2
December 2013, Week 1
November 2013, Week 5
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November 2013, Week 3
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January 2013, Week 1
December 2012, Week 5
December 2012, Week 4
December 2012, Week 3
December 2012, Week 2
December 2012, Week 1
November 2012, Week 5
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November 2012, Week 3
November 2012, Week 2
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January 2012, Week 1
December 2011, Week 5
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December 2011, Week 3
December 2011, Week 2
December 2011, Week 1
November 2011, Week 5
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November 2011, Week 3
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January 2011, Week 1
December 2010, Week 5
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December 2010, Week 3
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December 2010, Week 1
November 2010, Week 5
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November 2010, Week 3
November 2010, Week 2
November 2010, Week 1
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January 2010, Week 1
December 2009, Week 5
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November 2009, Week 5
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December 2008, Week 5
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November 2008, Week 5
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December 2007, Week 5
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December 2006, Week 5
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December 2005, Week 5
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December 2004, Week 5
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