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    Research Article
    Feifei Wang*, Nagamasa Maeda, and Yusuke Sagara
    Physical exercise is beneficial for functional recovery after brain injury. For effective rehabilitation, the determination of appropriate running condition is an important challenge. In the present study, we examined the running parameter for treadmill exercise in a mouse model of neonatal hypoxic-ischemic brain injury. The mice performed exhaustive runs and incremental test to determine their critical speed (CS) and the velocity at the lactate threshold (vLT). The CS and vLT were significantly different between the normal mice and brain-injured mice. It was also found that the CS was not significantly different from vLT.
    According to this study, CS and vLT could be valuable parameters for rehabilitation in a mouse model of neonatal hypoxic-ischemic brain injury.
    Case Report
    Sae OCHI*
    The 2011 triple disaster in Fukushima, Japan- an earthquake, tsunamis, and a nuclear power plant- was a huge public health challenge in the affected area. The health impact caused by the disaster was not limited to that by radiation. Here in a case of Soso district, Fukushima is presented to articulate the complexity of the health issues after a nuclear accident. Health issues include settlement of evacuation zones, mass evacuation due to fear of radiation, prolonged displacement and in-house evacuation, shortage in hospital staff, and influx of workers whose health status is not good enough. Understanding these problems is essential to develop effective and practical disaster risk reduction plan in future nuclear disaster all over the world.
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