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  • In August 1976 the Committee on Technology and International Economic and Trade Issues examined a number of technological issues and their relationship to the potential entrepreneurial vitality of the U.S. economy. The committee was concerned with: • Technology and its effect on trade between the United States and other countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD); • Relationships between technological innovation and U.S. productivity and competitiveness in world trade; impacts of technology and trade on U.S.

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  • Although the United States is the most powerful nation on earth, the one area in which this country does not excel is health. And the future is not bright. Almost a third of our young children are obese, and many do not exercise. No matter how much information becomes available about the dangers of a sedentary lifestyle and a diet heavily dependent on processed foods, we don't change our ways. Ideally, Americans should be able to translate financial well-being into habits that lead to longer and better lives, untroubled by expensive and chronic medical illnesses.

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  • This document focuses on the batch manufacture of organic chemicals in multipurpose plants and addresses the manufacture of a wide range of organic chemicals although not all of them are explicitely named in ANNEX 1 of the Directive. The list is not conclusive but includes, e.g. dyes and pigments, plant health products and biocides, pharmaceutical products (chemical and biological processes), organic explosives, organic intermediates, specialised surfactants, flavours, fragrances, pheromones, plasticisers, vitamins, optical brighteners and flame- retardants.

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  • Turkey, Poland, Mexico, Brazil, Canada, Korea, The Netherlands, Japan, Benin, Malaysia, USA, Russia, Romania, Taiwan, Iran, Costa Rica, Columbia, Sweden, Germany and Italy. This trans-national list of authors provides an important view of the future of public health and the increased need to collaborate with public health professionals across the world to address the myriad of public health issues. I hope you enjoy reading the following chapters.

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  • Most certainly, Latinas are facing a serious health care crisis that threatens to undermine the reproductive health and overall well-being of themselves, their families and their communities. Despite the growing number of uninsured Latinas and the significant health disparities they face, health policy makers have paid little attention to the reproductive health needs of Latinas. Against this backdrop, we are also witnessing an onslaught of attacks on the reproductive freedom of women in this country that will no doubt disproportionately impact Latinas.

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  • DMOs tend to be part of the local, regional or national government and have political and legislative power as well as the financial means to manage resources rationally and to ensure that all stakeholders can benefit in the long term. Destination management and marketing should act as tools and facilitators to achieve a complex range of strategic objectives, which will ultimately need to satisfy the needs and wants of stakeholders. Four key generic strategic objectives should be addressed by DMOs, as illustrated in Table 2.

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  • On September 1st , Switzerland announced it was extending a deadline for meeting its targets for reducing noise from road traffic. A new amendment to a federal ordinance on noise pollution will give national and local authorities until 2015 to install noise-reduction barriers along highways and until 2018 to install similar barriers along other major roads. The barriers were originally due to be in place by March 2002, under the 1986 federal ordinance. However, only around 30 percent of the roads targeted for remedial measures had barriers installed by that date.

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  • Established in 2005 by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and with support from the European Union (EU), the ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity) ACB is regarded as the fi rst regional initiative to save the ASEAN region’s critically threatened biodiversity.

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  • In mid-2004, executives at the Tokyo headquarters of the huge electron- ics multinational NEC began to hear reports that its products were being counterfeited and sold in Chinese stores. Nobody was at all surprised. Reports of this kind were routine for any corporation of NEC’s size and reach, and in this case they initially seemed to concern small stuΩ—blank DVDs and the like. The company nevertheless moved swiftly to put into action its standard response in such cases, hiring a firm called Inter- national Risk to look into the matter.

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  • Because of these vulnerabilities, climate change is likely to reduce further already low incomes and increase illness and death rates in developing countries. Falling farm incomes will increase poverty and reduce the ability of households to invest in a better future, forcing them to use up meagre savings just to survive. At a national level, climate change will cut revenues and raise spending needs, worsening public finances. Many developing countries are already struggling to cope with their current climate.

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  • The goal of the National Drug Policy is to provide right drugs to the right patients in the right quantity at the right time and affordable prices. The Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MOH&SW) has been making effort to achieve this goal through various ways including receiving donations from various donors during emergency situation or as development aid. Unfortunately, there have been no official guidelines to assist the donors and recipients on Good Donation Practices.

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  • Expert guidelines advocate defibrillation within 2 minutes after an in-hospital cardiac arrest caused by ventricular arrhythmia. However, empirical data on the prevalence of delayed defibrillation in the United States and its effect on survival are limited. Methods We identified 6789 patients who had cardiac arrest due to ventricular fibrillation or pulseless ventricular tachycardia at 369 hospitals participating in the National Registry of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. Using multivariable logistic regression, we identified characteristics associated with delayed defibrillation....

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  • One of the important ways in which this guidance is used reflects a greater concern with implementation. Recommendations from the original breast guidance were incorporated into the NHS cancer standards for both England6 and Wales. 7 These standards have in turn been used to help improve services in various ways (including national peer review in England), and have informed reviews of cancer services carried out by the Commission for Health Improvement and Audit Commission.

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  • This report presents preliminary findings from the 2010 Rwanda Demographic and Health Survey (2010 RDHS). Survey findings will be used by policy makers to evaluate the demographic and health status of the Rwandan population in order to formulate appropriate population and health policies and programs in Rwanda. The forthcoming final report and summary report of the RDHS will contain more detailed findings.

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  • The creative and innovative ethic of American medicine is legend and has contributed fundamentally to the breadth, depth, and pace of advances in our capacity for diagnosis and treatment of disease and injury. Indeed, the number of new pharmaceuticals, biologics, medical devices, and healthcare services introduced into American healthcare settings and marketplaces substantially exceeds the capacity to know the circumstances under which a particular intervention is best applied.

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  • Experts agree that attempts to prevent childhood obesity and its health consequences, such as type 2 diabetes, must shift the focus from treating overweight children to addressing health disparities among children of varying socio-economic status. and mitigating the social and environmental factors that contribute to the declining health of children overall. The nation’s health care costs for treating diabetes are $92 billion.

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  • Due to this very detrimental environmental hazard experienced during this period by Zanzibar islands, with very sensitive and fragile ecosystem the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare in collaboration with WHO decided to develop these official and very comprehensive guidelines based on the National Drug Policy, WHO guidelines and the Zanzibar Food, Drugs and Cosmetics Act No 2/2006. Therefore these guidelines give appropriate measures of safe disposal to minimize the risks that could happen due to pharmaceutical waste. ...

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  • As with national association meetings, the segment encompasses a wide range of organisations which can be governmental, professional, scientific or social in nature. However, it is usually the medical, scientific and pharmaceutical meetings which are the most attractive both in terms of attendance and revenue.

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  • How does the law of the European Union affect health law and policy? At first sight, the impact of EU law in this area seems limited. However, despite its restricted formal competence, over recent years, the EU has become increasingly involved in the health field. Litigation based on EU law has resulted in a ‘right to receive health care services’ across national boundaries within the EU, whichmay have huge prac- tical implications for national health systems.

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  • The parameters for method validation have been defined in different working groups of national and international committees and are described in the literature. Unfortunately, some of the definitions vary between the different organizations. An attempt at harmonization was made for pharmaceutical applications through the ICH where representatives from the industry and regulatory agencies from the United States, Europe and Japan defined parameters, requirements and, to some extent, methodology for analytical methods validation....

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