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  • Dissociative amnesia could be differentiated according to the degree and timeframe of impairment (global versus selective, anterograde versus retrograde) of autobiographical- episodic memory and the co-existence of deficits in autobiographical-semantic memory and general semantic knowledge. The most frequent types of dissociative amnesias are retrograde, a fact that is in fact captured by the diagnostic criteria of DSM-IV-TR (2000). The latter distinguishes between localized amnesia, selective amnesia, generalized amnesia, continuous amnesia and systematized amnesia. ...

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  • Nutritional health section depicts the importance of nutrition beginning from newborn period to late childhood. In addition to breastfeeding of infant, growth and development of child is being mentioned. Also, the role of probiotics use in healthy nutrition is discussed under recent literature, in the context of prevention of autoimmune diseases. Probiotics use is a hot topic and draws lots of attention from different medical disciplines.

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  • Acupuncture is growing in popularity world-wide. Since it started to be scientifically studied in the 1970’s, acupuncture is conquering position as an efficient and safe therapeutic method. The amount of cumulated scientific evidence is already enough to guarantee a highly detached status for acupuncture among other complementary therapies. In many countries, acupuncture is well integrated into the conventional health system. This scenario would seem to be very favorable and the value of acupuncture would thus seem well consolidated.

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  • There was a need to bring this information together in a single volume, as much of the key recent developments have been dispersed throughout the biomedical literature, largely in specialized journals. Since, as in the past, important developments in immunosuppressive therapy in one branch of medicine (i.e. transplantation) are likely to benefit another (e.g.

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  • There exists a range of solutions to reduce exposure to indoor air pollution. This includes reducing the source of pollution and altering the living environment and user behavior. Source reduction involves improved cooking devices (with or without flue attached), cleaner fuel, and reduced need for fire. Alterations to the living environment include improved ventilation and improved kitchen design and stove placement. Altered user behavior includes fuel drying, stove and chimney maintenance, use of pot lids to conserve heat, and keeping children away from the smoke (Bruce et al.

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  • In a number of developing countries, obesity currently affects all income groups of adult men and women, but it is rapidly increasing among poor urban populations. The increase in obesity in these countries is attributed to the conjunction of complex societal factors, such as urbanization, economic growth and modernization, globalisation of food markets, and changes in diet and physical activity patterns.

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  • For the past hundred years, innovation within the automotive sector has brought major technological advances, leading to safer, cleaner, and more affordable vehicles. But for the most part, since Henry Ford introduced the moving assembly line, the changes have been incremental, evolutionary. Now, in the early decades of the 21st century, the industry appears to be on the cusp of revolutionary change—with potential to dramatically reshape not just the competitive landscape but also the way we interact with vehicles and, indeed, the future design of our roads and cities.

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  • It enables the patient to be fully engaged in this difficult decision making process. A negative consequence is the generation of a population of patients who may be described as the “worried well” i.e. men with a slightly raised PSA who have either decided not to have a biopsy or who have had negative biopsies but who still have concerns that they might harbour prostate cancer. A number of pre-biopsy nomograms for prostate cancer risk assessment have been developed by a number of groups to predict the risk of prostate cancer on biopsy and its potential for progression.

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  • If the HIV/AIDS pandemic is to be halted, the international community must, for a start, deliver on the promise of universal education. But it must go further than the imperative of equal access to education and ensure equal quality in the process, content and experience of education. While access to, and the availability of, life skills classes are important to stopping the spread of HIV/AIDS, so too is a school environment that is child-friendly, models equality and fairness, and protects the rights of all children equally (see Box 3, page 11 and Chapter 4, page 18).

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  • Research on livestock resources in Bangladesh, in general, and poultry sub-sector, in particular, is rather limited. The major contributors include Alam (1995, 1997), Mitchell (1997), Quasem (2001) and the studies conducted by the Department of Livestock from time to time. The research by Alam (1995), which has been later updated (Alam 1997), is an useful document on livestock resources in Bangladesh, presenting the existing status and the future potential of the sub-sector.

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  • This article contributes to the literature by investigating whether or not oil price changes have significantly affected stock market returns in the last years. In fact, during these years price volatility for both crude oil and related products has been great. Unlike most previous papers, which focus on the U.S., European and major Asian stock markets, our paper analyses the impact of oil price fluctuations on Gulf Corporation Council (GCC) markets. These markets are interesting for several reasons. First, GCC countries have attracted increasing attention in recent years.

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  • Ideally, civil registration systems with good attribution of cause of death provide accurate data on the level of maternal mortality and the causes of maternal deaths. In countries with incomplete civil registration systems, it is difficult to measure accurately the levels of maternal mortality. First, it is challenging to identify maternal deaths precisely, as the deaths of women of reproductive age might not be recorded at all.

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  • A focus on social justice may provide an important corrective to what has been seen as a growing over-emphasis on individual pathology. Mental health is produced socially: the presence or absence of mental health is above all a social indicator and therefore requires social, as well as individual solutions. A focus on collective efficacy, as well as personal efficacy is required. A preoccupation with individual symptoms may lead to a ‘disembodied psychology’ which separates what goes on inside people’s heads from social structure and context.

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  • Although cost-effectiveness is one guiding rationale for deter- mining resource allocations for expanding (or restricting) access to CAM and TM, additional societal benefits and costs, such as effects on biodiversity, must also be considered. CAM and TM could provide a rationale for conserving species, but overharvesting of endangered species for medicinal purposes is also a concern.

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  • Therapist Lisa Lieberman stresses that it is impor- tant to make the information available to kids at a developmentally appropriate level. Particularly at first, you may want to talk to each child individ- ually if they have different information needs. A six-year-old may just need to be told that a part of mommy’s brain isn’t working like it should, and that makes her move funny, but she’s going to be okay. An adolescent may need more specific infor- mation about the disease. Outside resources can help in guiding your discus- sions.

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  • The fourth part deals with country experiences in the insurance sector specifically the experiences of China and Africa based on two case studies undertaken specifically for the meeting. It also focuses on the experiences of insurance providers from developing countries such as Guatemala, India and South Africa. The experiences of Indian insurance provider JB Boda in terms of its operations and the challenges the company faces as well as that of Basil Reekie, chief executive officer, QED, and chairman, African Life Committee, are very illuminating in this regard.

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  • We seek to be people who are honorable, forthright, and upright at all times. Our commitment to integrity demands more than mere satisfaction of legal and ethical obligations, although we comply with the law and conform to the highest standards of ethical conduct. Our commitment to integrity means that we actively discern what is right from what is wrong, that what we do flows directly from who we are, that we seek consistency between our inner self and our outward conduct. We value people, we speak the truth, we have the courage of our convictions, and we keep our commitments....

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  • While vacationing with my family at Walt Disney World, I decided that I was going to capture some of the marketing genius that I believe began with Walt’s passion and has now grown into one of the world’s most powerful brands. I have long believed that Walt Disney’s genius was not animation or theme park design, but in truly understanding the human heart. Somehow, in the midst of ROI, measurability, counting clicks and studies that can track a person’s eye movements to see what part of an ad captures their attention first -- we have forgotten that marketing and branding is...

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  • Contrary to the common method of analyzing the relationship between painting and cinema, the book disclaims obvious uses of painting in cinema such as in procedures of quotations, thematic coincidences, or formal references3 . In this regard, Bonfand’s approach takes into account one of the main intuitions of Jacques Aumont’s groundbreaking book, L’oeil interminable: the rejection of any literal pictorial citation. Straight citation is a pitfall for cinema: ‘Painting sometimes becomes in the film and even in cinema in general a regressive and often unfounded mean.

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  • Transitioning to a low carbon and climate resilient economy, and more broadly „greening growth‟ will require shifting significant amounts of capital from fossil fuels and resource-intensive and polluting technologies to newer, clean technology and infrastructure. The appropriate investment landscape will also need to be supported by policy to drive additional capital towards „greening‟ or accelerated phase-out of long-lived black assets such as coal-fired power plants, refineries, buildings and energy infrastructure.

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