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  • This book addresses the theme of the impacts of global warming on different specific fields, ranging from the regional and global economy, to agriculture, human health, urban areas, land vegetation, marine areas and mangroves. Despite the volume of scientific work that has been undertaken in relation to each of each of these issues, the study of the impacts of global warming upon them is a relatively recent and unexplored topic. The chapters of this book offer a broad overview of potential applications of global warming science.

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  • Article 1. Promulgate the National Strategic Framework on Communications for Avian and Human Influenza Control and Prevention, in 2008 – 2010 together with this Decision. Article 2. Implementation The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development as the standing body for the National Steering Committee on Avian Influenza is responsible for arranging implementation of the Strategic Framework with the following tasks:

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  • Health is everybody’s business. We have a population that is living longer and is likely to carry a burden of chronic disease. An increasing number of products, treatments and information are available to an informed health consumer and ‘health’ is discussed by those as diverse as Kylie Minogue in relation to breast cancer, Jamie Oliver in relation to healthy food for children and Bill Gates in relation to human immunodefi ciency virus/acquired immune defi ciency syndrome (HIV/ AIDS) treatments.

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  • Teaching about literacy and numeracy, involves many learning experiences over all the years of schooling. The time allocated to these areas and others such as science, historical and social studies, culture and the arts etc., is always in excess of the time available for health. Simply, there is very little time in the curriculum to achieve many of the educational goals of health education, let alone the wishes of the health sector for the adoption of practices conducive to better health.

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  • International agreements, supported by hard science, are proving effective in combating wide-ranging environmental threats such as ozone depletion and long-range transboundary air pollution. Can similar agreements be implemented to address the more complex risks posed by global climate change? Scientific analysis in general, and the health sector in particular, need to inform and help advance ongoing policy discussions.

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  • The imagination is questionable (Daily, 1997; Dasgupta, 2000b). In any event, we should be sceptical of a theory which places such enormous burden on an experience not much more than two hundred years old (Fogel, 1994; Johnson, 2000). Extrapolation into the past is a sobering exercise: over the long haul of history (some five thousand years), economic growth even in the currently-rich countries was for most of the time not much above zero.

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  • At its twenty-fourth session, the UNEP Governing Council/Global Ministerial Environment Forum requested the Executive Director to develop a Medium-term Strategy for 2010–2013 with a “clearly defined vision, objectives, priorities, impact measures and a robust mechanism for review” (decision 24/9, paragraph 13).

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  • This paper is intended to give information on the issue of Female Genital Mutilation/ Cutting (FMG/C)1 and to highlight opportunities for the Bank to address the issue of FGM/C within its overall development agenda and poverty reduction strategy. Overall, the Bank has been rather conservative terms of dealing with the issue FGM/C.

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  • Estrogen receptors and serotonin receptors coexist in cells in a wide variety of tissues, and this critical review of the literature suggests that many of E2's effects may be medi- ated by changes in the actions of serotonin (5HT). Serot- onin is usually considered to be a neurotransmitter, but surprisingly, only 1% of serotonin in the human body is found in the CNS [4].

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  • This chapter examines the link between Paso del Norte’s air pollution and its maquiladoras. To what extent are maquiladoras responsible for this pollution? What impacts does it have on human health? Are the poor disproportionately affected? Unfortunately, little reliable publicly available data exist to answer these questions. This chapter takes a first step toward filling this gap by marshalling two types of evidence.

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  • Tham khảo tài liệu '‘i don’t feel human’ experiences of destitution among young refugees and migrants', giáo dục - đào tạo, cao đẳng - đại học phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The Millennium Ecosystem Assessment was carried out between 2001 and 2005 to assess the consequences of ecosystem change for human well-being and to establish the scientific basis for actions needed to enhance the conservation and sustainable use of ecosystems and their contributions to human well-being.

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  • This report is being published at a time of great opportunity in health care. Legislation passed in March 2010 will provide insurance coverage for 32 million more Americans. The implications of this new demand on the nation’s health care system are significant. How can the system accommodate the increased demand while improving the quality of health care services provided to the American public? Nursing represents the largest sector of the health professions, with more than 3 million registered nurses in the United States.

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  • Increasing diversity in the U.S. population has sharpened concerns about the vitality and diversity of the clinical research workforce, concerns that have persisted for two decades. Our nation’s unprecedented level of investment in biomedical research has led to an explosion of new knowledge about human health and disease, but basic research achievements must be translated into treatments and therapies in order to benefit human health.

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  • The ENHPS has indicated that the successful implementation of health-promot ing schools policies, principles and methods can contribute significantly to the educational experience of all young people living and learning within schools. Emerging evidence identifies the school, the family and the community as settings that potentially can provide protective or damaging environments for young people in making decisions about their health.

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  • This guideline is an update of the previous Guideline on In- fant Oral Health Care, revised in 2009. This revision included a hand search of literature as well as a new search of the MEDLINE/PubMed ® electronic database using the following parameters: Terms: “infant oral health”, “infant oral health care”, and “early childhood caries”; Fields: all; Limits: within the last 10 years, humans, English, and clinical trials. Papers for review were chosen from the resultant list of 449 articles and from references within selected articles.

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  • The strategy promotes a long-term, sustainable HIV response through strengthening health and community systems, tackling the social determinants of health that both drive the epidemic and hinder the response, and protecting and promoting human rights and promoting gender equity as essential elements of the health sector response. It strengthens integration between HIV and other health services, improving both impact and efficiency.

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  • Each of the above core elements contains a number of specific work areas. For each work area recommended country actions and WHO’s contributions are outlined, with definitions of respective roles, responsibilities and collaborating organizations. Country actions are necessarily focused on developing, adapting, implementing and evaluating national HIV responses in order to meet the national goals and targets of those of the strategy and to contribute to the multisectoral response to HIV.

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  • The lack of human resource capacity is by far the greatest barrier to overall health sector delivery and has been recognized as a major constraint in attaining the health-related Millennium Development Goals. With 0.03 doctors and 0.21 nurses per 1000 inhabitants, 8 Mozambique has one of the lowest health worker densities in Africa. This is as a result of low pre-service training and recruitment, increased attrition, and rapidly-changing health needs. Health staff distribution around the country still shows considerable regional asymmetries.

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  • Bangladesh is one of the most densely populated country with a land mass of 147,570 sq. km and a population of more than 140 million, 70% of whom live in rural areas (BDHS 2004). The population growth rate is 1.7% per annum and it ranks 139th position (out of 173 countries) in UNDP’s Human Development Index (HDI) with an estimated per capita GDP of US$ 1,900 of which 22% is generated by agriculture (UNDP 2005). According to UNDP, around 83% of the population live on less than US$ 2 a day and 36% on less than US$ 1 a day. Through continuous effort of the government...

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