MIDU

AcronymDefinition
MIDUMutualista Israelita Del Uruguay (Spanish; Jewish medical institute in Uruguay)
MIDUMobile Impaired Driving Unit (Washington)
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Segandi was summoned by the king to heal his daughter, with the condition imposed that if he was not able to heal her, he and his seven assistants (midu) would be decapitated.
This collaborative process began when MidU Museum of Art offered a course called, "The University in the Art Museum." This program introduced faculty to the museum and helped professors integrate works of art into established courses.
Still, Midu and Junco are a self-deprecating pair, laughing along when a friend suggests their movies are risible and that they are unable to correctly pronounce the word "Hitchcock." Gentle, compassionate humor abounds, and even the bitter feels less sharp.
Six items adapted from MIDUS assessed perceived parenting success at age 43.
Participants comprised two samples from the national Midlife in the United States (MIDUS) data set.
Findings from the Survey of Midlife Development in the United States (MIDUS II), 2004-2006, indicate that, while the percentage of women who are sexually active decreases with age, the best predictor of being sexually active was romantic partner status (TABLE 1).
My team and I have generated these findings using the following national longitudinal studies: (1) the ACL study, 1986-2011, a 25-year cohort of 3600+ adults, (2) the Midlife in the United States (MIDUS) study, 1995-2004, a 10-year cohort of 7100+ adults, and (3) the Religion, Aging, and Health Survey (RAHS), 2001-2004, a 3-year cohort of 1500 older adults, and Health and Retirement Study (HRS), 1992-current, a 25-year cohort of 37000+ older adults.
Investigators developed an analytic approach using several "depressive symptom profiles" and the inflammatory biomarker, C-reactive protein (CRP), in participants enrolled in the MIDUS (Midlife in the Unites States) study.
study, also known as MIDUS, a national longitudinal study on aging explicitly focused on midlife, including transitions from young adulthood to midlife, and from midlife into old age.
Bien que la distinction entre sante mentale et troubles mentaux ait ete abordee il y a deja plusieurs decennies (1), l'etude longitudinale MIDUS, realisee de 1995 a 2005 aux Etats-Unis, est la premiere a offrir une demonstration empirique du modele des deux continuums (3).
Parental history of diabetes, positive affect, and diabetes risk in adults: Findings from MIDUS. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 50(6), 836-843.
The MIDUS survey found that physical health had a significant positive as well as negative affect across the adult years (Brim et al., 2004).