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  • Military medical personnel are tasked with fulfilling both the benefits mission and the readiness mission of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). Currently, most military medical personnel are stationed at military treatment facilities (MTFs) during peacetime, where they maintain their clinical skills by treating beneficiaries of

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  • Taking military barracks wastewater treatment as an example, this paper presents a new concept design of a modified DEWATS system with both the horizontal subsurface constructed wetland and aquatic plants pond. Results show that this process in treating the military barracks area wastewater have many advantages such as low operation cost, simple operation and maintenance, and the effluent could meet "the urban wastewater treatment plant pollutant discharge standard" for first level Class A.

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  • Substance abuse has long been an issue of concern for the U.S. population and for its military in particular. Dating as far back as the Revolutionary War, Dr. Benjamin Rush detailed the effects of alcohol on the troops. During the Civil War, addiction to opium prescribed for pain became known as the “soldier’s disease.” Drug problems in both the military and civilian sectors have intensified throughout the 20th century as the types and formulations of substances being used have increased.

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  • If lymphoma returns after treatment, you may receive stem cell transplantation. A transplant of blood- forming stem cells allows you to receive high doses of chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or both. The high doses destroy both lymphoma cells and healthy blood cells in your bone marrow. Stem cell transplants take place in the hospital. After you receive high-dose treatment, healthy blood- forming stem cells are given to you through a flexible tube placed in a large vein in your neck or chest area. New blood cells develop from the transplanted stem cells....

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  • Increasing evidence suggests that serious mental illness is neurodevelopmental and the onset of pre-psychotic symptoms occurs in adolescence, at a time when the cerebral cortex is still developing. As with many complex disorders (e.g. hypertension, epilepsy, and diabetes), there appear to be many aetiological pathways that might lead to the final mixture of behavioral signs and symptoms we label ‘schizophrenia’.

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Aripiprazole Augmentation in the Treatment of Military-Related PTSD with Major Depression: a retrospective chart review

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  • The preterm parturition syndrome is one of the major obstetrical complications of our time. Understanding the mechanisms leading to prematurity may assist the clinician to tailor the desired treatment that is suitable to the mechanisms leading to preterm birth in a specific patient. In the first section of this book we present an update on the association of periodontal disease, maternal stress, and activation of the hemostatic system and preterm parturition. The second section of the book deals with short and long term effects of prematurity, with a long term aspect of late preterm birth.

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  • What makes Russia’s ascendance so surprising is that on almost all indicators of power – soft and hard - the European Union continues to outrank Russia, by some measures even more than in the 1990s. The EU’s combined economy is almost 15 times the size of Russia’s. Even with all the oil wealth, Russia’s GDP is barely as big as Belgium’s and the Netherlands’ combined. 1 The EU’s population is three and a half times the size of Russia’s; its military spending is seven times bigger 2 ; the EU has five seats on the UN Security Council (of which two...

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  • The Resident Physician, who shall also be the Superintendent, shall be the chief executive officer of the Asylum; he shall have the general superintendence of the buildings, grounds, and property, subject to the laws and regulations of the Trustees; he shall have the sole control and management of the patients; he shall ascertain their condition, daily prescribe their treatment, and adopt such sanitary measures as he may think best; he shall appoint, with the approval of the Trustees, so many attendants and assistants as he may think proper and necessary for the economical and efficien...

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  • By 2020, a better molecular definition of “health” and “ill-health” will have been achieved and early markers that identify the transition between the two states will have been identified. This will be delivered by studying cellular and molecular mechanisms of both states and by studying the interplay between environmental factors to which the population is exposed and their genetic make-up.

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  • Opportunity: Cancer is the leading cause of death in Canadian children beyond the neonatal period. One in 400 Canadian adults are survivors of childhood cancer, and more than two-thirds experience chronic and/or late-occurring health problems, that often are not clinically apparent until decades after treatment. 10 Non-random molecular or cytogenetic events are found in 50% of childhood cancers, and many types of childhood cancers are associated with congenital anomalies, or family cancer history, suggesting a strong genetic basis for the etiology of cancer in children.

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  • For the years up to 1890, Partridge was by his own admission quite reliant on Farmer and Henley's Slang and its Analogues, which he used as an 'expansible framework'. When it came to the slang for the years 1890 to 1945, Partridge was original and brilliant, especially in his treatment of underworld and military slang. His attitude towards language was scholarly and fun-loving, scientific and idiosyncratic.

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  • When it came to the slang for the years 1890 to 1945, Partridge was original and brilliant, especially in his treatment of underworld and military slang. His attitude towards language was scholarly and fun-loving, scientific and idiosyncratic. His body of work, scholarship and dignity of approach led the way and set the standard for every other English-language slang lexicographer of the twentieth century.

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  • Partridge was original and brilliant, especially in his treatment of underworld and military slang. His attitude towards language was scholarly and fun-loving, scientific and idiosyncratic. His body of work, scholarship and dignity of approach led the way and set the standard for every other English-language slang lexicographer of the twentieth century.

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  • The Real Warriors Campaign (RWC), launched in 2009, is a multimedia program designed to promote resilience, facilitate recovery, and support the reintegration of returning servicemembers, veterans, and their families. This report presents findings based upon an independent assessment of the campaign

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  • On 18 August, a military convoy based in Bossangoa was ambushed by rebels just east of Markounda in north-central CAR. The town of Bele is now under the control of the APRD rebel group. Three soldiers were seriously injured in the ambush, and were medi-evacuated to Bangui. The mayor and most of the villagers have subsequently sought refuge in Markounda. On the same day, a drunken soldier reportedly shot a 17 year old female in Markounda. The girl is now undergoing treatment with MSF in the town. On August 19, four men were killed, and three more...

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  • We found 136 such studies, which yielded 617 distinct comparisons between the two methods of prediction. These studies concerned a wide range of predictive criteria, including medical and mental health diagnosis, prognosis, treatment recommendations, and treatment outcomes; personality description; success in training or employment; adjustment to institutional life (e.g., military, prison); socially relevant behaviors such as parole violation and violence; socially relevant behaviors in the aggregate, such as bankruptcy of firms; and many other predictive criteria.

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  • Infectious diseases have been a problem for military personnel throughout history. The consequences in previous conflicts have ranged from frequent illnesses disrupting daily activities and readiness to widespread deaths. Preventive measures, early diagnosis, and treatment greatly limit the exposures and acute illnesses of troops today in comparison with those in armies of the past, but infections and consequent acute illnesses still occur. In addition, long-term adverse health outcomes of some pathogens are increasingly recognized....

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  • Virtually every action, message, and decision of a military force shapes the opinions of an indigenous population: strategic communication, treatment of civilians at vehicle checkpoints, and the accuracy or inaccuracy of aerial bombardment. Themes of U.S. goodwill mean little if its actions convey otherwise.

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