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  • Chance events are commonplace in our daily lives. Every day we face situations where the result is uncertain, and, perhaps without realizing it, we guess about the likelihood of one outcome or another. Fortunately, mastering the concepts of probability can cast new light on situations where randomness and chance appear to rule. In this fully revised second edition of Understanding Probability, the reader can learn about the world of probability in an appealing way.

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  • We should all be prospectors of happiness. There are those who discover it in the solitudes of the mountains where freedom is breathed in the air that touches the lofty .peaks. Others find it in the depths of the forest in the songs of the birds, of the brook, of the trees. Most of us must find it in the daily walks of life where the seeking is ofttimes difficult. Nevertheless, there it is in the manufactured glory of the city, in the voices of children, and in the hearts and faces of men. Happiness becomes a habit with some;...

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học 'Respiratory Research cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Nordic Walking improves daily physical activities in COPD: a randomised controlled trial...

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  • This book will change the way you think about bone density and osteoporosis. The weakening of bones is often viewed as a calcium defi ciency, when actually it’s an imbalance between calcium intake and excretion. As nutrition professor Amy Joy Lanou, Ph.D., and noted medical journalist Michael Castleman eloquently reveal, diets rich in animal protein, including meat and dairy, add acid to the blood. This acid accelerates osteoporosis by depleting bones of calcium, phosphorus, and sodium.

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  • As the number one e-mail client and personal information manager, Microsoft Outlook offers a set of uncomplicated features that maximize the management of your e-mail, schedule, and general daily activities, with the least amount of hassle possible. Comprised of ten minibooks in one and packed with more than 800 pages, this All-in-One For Dummies reference walks you through the convenience of Microsoft Outlook and introduces you to the newest features of the 2010 version.

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  • As the number one e-mail client and personal information manager, Microsoft Outlook offers a set of uncomplicated features that maximize the management of your e-mail, schedule, and general daily activities, with the least amount of hassle possible. This easy-to-understand guide walks you through Outlook 2013 and introduces you to the latest features. You'll learn how to find information quickly, handle e-mail, coordinate schedules, keep current with contacts and social networks, and much more.

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  • Physical Activity Therapy Although exercise alone is only moderately effective for weight loss, the combination of dietary modification and exercise is the most effective behavioral approach for the treatment of obesity. The most important role of exercise appears to be in the maintenance of the weight loss. Currently, the minimum public health recommendation for physical activity is 30 min of moderate intensity physical activity on most, and preferably all, days of the week.

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  • 've got an office in the Daily Standard building and sometimes when things are slow in my line—theatrical bookings—I drift upstairs and talk to the guy who writes the column, The Soldier's Friend, for the Standard. On this particular morning I walked into his office and found it empty so I sat down and waited, figuring he was downstairs getting a mug of coffee. After I

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  • Whether mode choice yields expected impacts on daily activity level remains an open question. Available research confirms declining activity levels for children (Dietz and Gortmaker, 2001; Trost et al, 2002) and adolescents (Sallis, et al, 2000). However, studies evaluating the role of walking to school have been mixed in finding statistically significant increases in children's daily activity level (Krizek et al, 2004).

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  • In the field of aging, disability is measured by judging how a person performs Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) or Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs). ADLs include very basic activities like eating, toileting, bathing, transferring in and out of bed, and walking (Katz, Ford, Moskowitz, Jackson and Jaffee, 1963). IADLs include additional activities needed to get along in the world such as shopping, taking medications, using the phone, and other activities. (Lawton and Brody, 1969.

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  • We measured and tested whether the following variables affect walking (basis: 200m buffer around each child's shortest walking path): number of busy intersections crossed, intersection and street density, total daily vehicle-miles traveled, average vehicle speed along the route, population density, and land use (R Wilson, 2008). Sidewalk coverage data do not exist for Roseville and could not be tested in the model. We refined the model through systematic testing of independent variables as the differ- ence in log-likelihood ratios.

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  • A broad literature on theoretical and empirical nance concludes that major price adjust- ment of liquid assets happens at least within one day. This is formalised in the random walk hypothesis, which implies returns uncorrelated with lagged variables. Whether or not this hypothesis is exactly ful lled, in daily data most commonalities in terms of cross- correlations appear to be contemporaneous.

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  • The ability to walk safely, easily, and in an aesthetically pleasing manner is a skill learned early and highly prized. Although it is typically taken for granted, gait is key to mobility and functional independence and at the core of our ability to carry out many activities of daily living. In older adults and patients with neurological deficits, ease and safety in walking may become compromised, and gait is often viewed as abnormal, i.e., as a disorder. While not an inevitable part of aging, gait disorders are common among older adults and in patients with neurological disease.

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  • When we sat down to design ‘‘the one sports medicine textbook’’ for graduating family medicine residents and all sports fellows, we really did not imagine creating something 650 pages long. Sports medicine seemed a relatively simple thing, just muscles and bones and people hurting themselves. But as we tried to compile a single text describing the philosophy, examinations, treatments, procedures, and special considerations inherent in our daily practice, we soon gained a firsthand appreciation for how big the field is and how long it takes to walk across it....

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  • When we sat down to design ‘‘the one sports medicine textbook’’ for graduating family medicine residents and all sports fellows, we really did not imagine creating something 650 pages long. Sports medicine seemed a relatively simple thing, just muscles and bones and people hurting themselves. But as we tried to compile a single text describing the philosophy, examinations, treatments, procedures, and special considerations inherent in our daily practice, we soon gained a firsthand appreciation for how big the field is and how long it takes to walk across it....

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  • Encouraging active play and walking as a routine in the daily lives of young children may be important in preventing obesity. Children who sleep fewer hours a day are more at risk of obesity and active children tend to sleep longer (Taheri 2006 cited in Milano 2007). However, research into effective interventions for obesity is complex and although individually each factor may make only a small contribution to weight gain, the potential synergies may underestimate the overall impact of playing.

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