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  • If you plan to take the Vascular Medicine Board Examination, this book is essential. Presenting the compiled knowledge of experts in the field and emphasizing topics covered on the exam, this concise text: facilitates review and retention of material with questions and answers for each chapter covers topics from multiple perspective through multidisciplinary authorship serves as a convenient quick reference with highlighted bullet points is endorsed by the Society for Vascular Medicine and Biology...

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  • The historic character of the landscape shouldtherefore be considered alongside other aspects ofcharacter and visual and aesthetic issues when framingplanning policies or determining individual applications,and landscape capacity and sensitivity analyses shouldalways include the historic dimension.Where localauthorities have completed an appraisal of this historic dimension of the landscape as part of theEnglish Heritage-sponsored Historic LandscapeCharacterisation programme,this appraisal should be incorporated in the overall assessment of landscape impact.

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  • Mini-grants of up to $5000 were awarded to Kentucky, Michigan and Rhode Island, to meet the objectives of the 2007-2008 mini-grant program, including 1 ) the formation of a state team comprised of state MCH, Planned Parenthood and ACOG representatives who would lead an effort to increase the use of the state Quitline, and 2) the development of an action plan to accomplish the goal of increasing use of the state tobacco Quitline.

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  • In 1996, Kealey argued that public research activities are irrelevant on business R&D expenditure in his book which with a tile of “The Economic Laws of Scientific Research”. Free commerce will virtually and automatically generate technological innovation and economic growth even without government intervention. The author argued that if the knowledge is useful, then business enterprises will undertake it anyway.

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  • Actively involving marginalised groups in decision making processes at all levels, and providing them with the opportunity to hold service providers and policy makers accountable for discriminatory practices, corruption or poor quality services, helps to redress inequalities in access to SRH services and ensure that they are acceptable and appropriate. In practice, representation in the planning processes for SRH services has been limited.

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  • On Monday, work groups discussed men’s roles and participation in reproductive health. On Tuesday, work groups met to discuss how to reduce the barriers to men's participation and how to use appropriate communication channels to promote men's participation. On Wednesday, work groups examined counseling, interpersonal communication, and access to services for men. On Thursday, country teams met to identify the changes needed at soci- etal, organizational, and policy levels to increase men's participation and to discuss how advocacy can be used to bring about the necessary changes.

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  • Unlike natural disasters, where any disruption to business service provision is likely to be hardware-related, disruption to business operations in the event of a pandemic is anticipated to be mainly human-resource oriented. Businesses should plan for up to 50 percent staff absences for periods of about two weeks at the height of a severe pandemic wave, and lower levels of staff absence for a few weeks either side of the peak. Overall a pandemic wave may last about eight weeks.

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  • The issue of intervention of the internally displaced person should, as a matter of importance, be reconsidered by the united Nation. This is in view of the fact that the united Nation High commission for Refuges (UNHCR) only extends protection or assistance to idps when the UN secretary general or the UN general assembly has requested the agency to do so. The idps indeed fall between the cracks of current humanitarian law and assistance, unlike the refugees who are solely the burden of UNHCR. The role of the national refuges commission of...

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  • Arterial CO2 tension is a powerful modulator of cerebral vascular calibre, CBF and ICP (12-15.) While the mechanisms are incompletely understood, CO2 relaxes pial arterioles by interactions between the endothelium, vascular smooth muscle, pericytes, adjacent neurons and glial cells. Studies supported that cerebral vessels are sensitive to changes in extracellular pH, rather than a direct response to CO2 or bicarbonate. In the limits of physiological PaCO2, 20-60 mmHg, the relationship between PaCO2 and CBF is linear.

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  • Clinical course of CLL is variable. Recently, progress has been made in the identification of biological markers that could predict disease progression. Particularly, the expression of unmutated Ig genes, some cytogenetic abnormalities like 17p and 11q deletions and the expression of the zeta-associated protein 70 (ZAP-70) are associated to a poor prognosis.

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  • This research indicates that all professionals involved in the planning, delivery and funding of services need to acknowledge the range of problems and issues experienced by those living in exile. By taking a wide perspective of mental health needs, providers can plan intervention, which takes account of the multitude of practical, social, cultural, economic and legal difficulties, which can act as contributing factors to the long-term mental health of refugees and asylum seekers.

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  • At a recent meeting of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry a survey questioned whether aesthetic treatment methods were ethical. The situation typical for that time was used as basis for the survey: "Let's assume that the patient is completely healthy and there are no biological or physical reasons for a therapeutic intervention.

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  • Market structure, conduct performance analysis. Marketing channels for different products in agriculture and animal husbandry. State intervention and parastatals in agricultural marketing. Pricing of agricultural inputs and products. Buffer stocking and import policies for agricultural produce. Value addition and its impact on prices of agricultural commodities. Systems approach to agricultural marketing. Marketing costs, margins and market efficiency. Market integration-horizontal and vertical, spatial and temporal. Price integration between domestic and international markets.

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  • The dominant overall flora in human intestines in bifidobacteria, B. longum. The information provided by the Authors are very useful in understanding the process of probiotic adaptation with regards to the fermentation conditions, in milk and other food substrates. Among the factors influencing the viability of probiotic microorganisms in food products, the most important are: pH, titrable acidity, molecular oxygen, redox potential, hydrogen peroxide, bacteriocins and short chain fatty acids.

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  • Creating markets for SME business development services does not mean relying exclusively on ‘for profit’ support. Rather, it means recognising that intervention may be justified when it helps to articulate SME needs more clearly, so that a clear demand for certain services is created which markets can provide. It also requires ensuring that commercial suppliers of support are equipped to deal with that demand.

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  • To track the dynamic of continuity and change since 1960, it’s conventional to start by looking at the film industry. As usually recounted, the indus- try’s fortunes over the period display a darkness-to-dawn arc that might satisfy a scriptwriter of epic inclinations.We now have several nuanced ver- sions of this story, so I’ll merely point out some major turning points. 1 The appendix provides a year-by-year chronology.

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  • In 2014, annual premiums are projected to fall compared to what they would have been without the Affordable Care Act. These savings could be as much as $2,300 for middle-income families purchasing through Exchanges. A low-income family of four with an income of $33,525 could save as much as $9,900 in premiums and $5,000 in cost sharing due to the extra help from new tax credits and cost sharing assistance. Small businesses, on average, could save up to $350 per family policy due to lower costs in the Exchanges and could get tax credits for up to 50 percent of...

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  • First, there needs to be a clear usage pattern established for those items deemed to be “critical supplies.” Information on increased usage during critical situations in the past, such as infectious outbreaks or infrastructure damage would be extremely useful. Second, determine the time period for which you plan to be without assistance. Third, determine what would need to be kept on hand to accommodate that time frame. This will vary significantly on your environment, especially based on a rural or urban setting, type of disaster, and availability of suppliers.

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  • The market for organic food has increased considerably over the last decade due to consumer’s increasing awareness of both health and environmental issues (Soler et al., 2008). This growth in demand is expected to continue in the coming years, even though the situation differs from one country to another in term of type and quantities of production (Vindigni et al., 2002). The future of organic will, to a large extent, depend on consumer demand.

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  • The five major NCDs are heart disease, stroke, cancer, chronic respiratory diseases and diabetes. There is strong scientific evidence that healthy diet and adequate physical activity (i.e. ≥30 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity, ≥5 days per week) play an important role in the prevention of these diseases. Furthermore, it is estimated that approximately 80% of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and 40% of cancers can be prevented through inexpensive and cost-effective interventions that address the primary risk factors. ...

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