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  • For example, in the case of a multinational corporation, it might be reason- able to assume a high degree of control and coordination in the administration of the cluster of subnets of the corporation’s intranet. The administrators of this intranet might very well be able to design and manage the whole network of event servers deployed on their subnets, and thus it might be a good idea to adopt a hierarchical architecture within the intranet. Of course, the intranet would connect to other networks outside of the influence of the administrators.

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  • The probiotic bacteria must be viable to affect the health, but the non-viable bacteria could also affect the immunological status of the host. It is believed that the arrival of probiotic bacteria with food to different parts of intestine can increase probiotic bacteria adherence and the rate of colonization. Food products may contain many forms of probiotic bacteria, including culture concentrate that is added to a food (dried or deep-freeze form), the fermented or non-fermented food products, and dietary supplements in the form of drug products-powder, capsules or tablet.

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  • The continuity style deliberately sets out to make the camera, camerawork and editing invisible or, at the very least, unobtrusive. The events on screen seem to take place within a world of their own. They look as though they have simply been captured by some kind of unseen observer, who just happened to be watching and recording the action from convenient and suitable positions or angles. This is the key to the continuity style; its ability to tell a story whilst at the same time hiding the storytelling mechanisms themselves. ...

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  • Historic sites are a finite resource which cannot bereplaced once damaged or destroyed.In contrast withsome nature conservation or landscape designations,which may embrace very extensive tracts of land,designated historic sites tend to be more limited inextent.For example,the average area of a scheduledmonument is only 2.5 hectares and the average area of a registered park and garden is 108 hectares.Listedbuildings and their curtilages generally occupy farsmaller areas.

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  • Other additional compensation  is comprised of  retroactive payments, one‐time payments  (i.e.,  those made annually in a lump sum, such as grievance awards, attendance incentives, uniform  allowances  and  lump  sum merit  increases),  and miscellaneous  payments  such  as  short  term  disability payments.  The health  related benefit  costs per employee  (excluding  retirees) were $23,380  (for detail  see  Table  15).

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  • Technical Design Meetings - project team will utilize ABC Corp. standard templates for meeting agenda and meeting minutes. Additionally, any slides presented will use the ABC Corp. standard slideshow template. Monthly Project Status Meetings - project team will utilize ABC Corp. standard templates for meeting agenda and meeting minutes. Additionally, any slides presented will use the ABC Corp. standard slideshow template. Project Status Reports – project team will utilize ABC Corp. standard templates for meeting agenda and meeting minutes.

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  • For maternal mortality progress has been even more elusive. Despite 15 years of the Safe Motherhood Initiative, overall levels of maternal mortality are generally thought to have remained unchanged, with the latest estimate of deaths standing at approximately 530,000 per year (WHO, UNICEF et al. 2003). While a handful of countries have indeed experienced remarkable drops in maternal mortality ratio (an indicator of the safety of childbirth and pregnancy), in the great majority of high mortality countries, there has been little change.

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  • , In some countries, persistent inequity has resulted in socially and politically volatile populations; frustrated youth are vulnerable to the appeals of fundamentalist, religious or political groups. 9 The lack of opportunities to improve their lives leaves young people with nowhere to go and no one to turn to: they become caught in the poverty trap, and escape, for many, can seem like an impossible dream.

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  • In almost all societies men and women differ in their daily tasks, in access and control over resources, and in participation in decisionmaking. In fact, discrimination by gender is likely to diminish the efficiency and impact of projects. It is essential therefore to analyse the potential impact of an intervention on men, women and other groups (eg. children, ethnic minorities, social groups) before important decisions are made on the intervention, its objectives, strategies and resource allocation....

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  • Anssi Auvinen MD PhD received his MD (1989) and PhD in epidemiology (1997) from the University of Tampere, Finland. He has worked as a research scientist at the Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority and the Finnish Cancer Registry and was a visiting scientist at the National Cancer Institute in the United States. He is Professor of Epidemiology at the University of Tampere. His main research interests include cancer screening and the health effects of radiation.

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  • In both operations, a typical hen produces about 55 kg/hen/year of manure . A very rough 15 estimate of the amount of poultry manure produced in Canada for 1989 was approximately 5.5 million tonnes per year (See Appendix II). Comparatively, in the United States in 1980, 158 million tonnes of manure were produced, of which over 7 million tonnes were attributed to broiler and layer production . These numbers do not take into account hatchery wastes, 10 turkey or waterfowl manure.

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  • The all-too-common conditions this woman and her children face illustrate how health programs and weak systems in many developing countries are not meeting needs. Although health services may be available, too often they are of poor quality and are provided in an uncoordinated or ad hoc manner. Often, they are organized around funding sources or diseases, rather than in a way that addresses the broader needs of the populations they seek to serve.

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  • In my presidential address, I summarized our past and present status, and focused on a proposal for our future. You may read the full text, entitled “Strategies and Goals: The Future of the International Gynecologic Cancer Society” in the December 2010 issue of our International Journal of Gynecological Cancer. At the IGCS website, you may view a webcast of my address as well as those of many of the presenters from our 13th Biennial Meeting.

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  • Current practice guidelines for ventilatory management advocate protective lung strategies to prevent volutrauma, barotrauma, atelectrauma and biotrauma (3-5). The principles are to use low tidal volumes (Vt) (5-6 ml/kg ideal body weight), maintenance of low mean airway pressures ≤ 30 cmH2O, judicious use of positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP) with Δ pressure ≤ 18 cmH2O, higher respiratory rates and permissive hypercapnia.

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  • Overweight and obesity in the United States among adults and children has increased significantly over the last two decades. Those following typical American eating and activity patterns are likely to be consuming diets in excess of their energy requirements. However, caloric intake is only one side of the energy balance equation. Caloric expenditure needs to be in balance with caloric intake to maintain body weight and must exceed caloric intake to achieve weight loss (see tables 3 and 4).

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  • Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) follows an extremely variable course with survival ranging from months to decades. Recently, there has been major progress in the identification of molecular and cellular markers that may predict the tendency for disease progression in CLL patients. In particular, the mutational profile of Ig genes and some cytogenetic abnormalities have been found to be important predictors of prognosis in CLL. However, this progress has raised new questions about the biology, prognosis and management of the disease, some of which are addressed here. ...

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  • The Affordable Care Act increases insurance company accountability by supporting States’ review of premium increases, setting standards for the amount of premiums spent on benefits versus overhead (i.e., medical loss ratios), and posting insurance price information for transparency. A Small Business Health Care Tax Credit, reinsurance for early retirees, and premium assistance for uninsured people with pre-existing conditions have already provided targeted relief for millions of insured and uninsured Americans, and these changes are making a difference.

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  • Although at that point, the challenges of a potential Pandemic Influenza were not being considered, this risk is now also being addressed by the training. Avian Influenza has continued its march across Europe and remains a serious threat (Revill 2007; Shaikh 2007). In this survey, 91% of senior living (SL) and long term care (LTC) administrators felt ill-prepared to deal with public health emergencies and BT threats. Eighty percent of the respondents reported that their LTC communities did not have any training (either educational or exercise based) for their workforce in this area.

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  • Vernon Benignus reported having received remuneration for employment and consultancy from a commercial entity or other organization with an interest re- lated to the subject of air pollution. He also reported having provided an expert opinion or testimony for a commercial entity or other organization as part of a regulatory, legislative or judicial process. He equally stated having held an office or other position, paid or unpaid, where he was expected to represent interests or defend a position related to the subject of air pollution. Juana M.

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  • The Basics of Social Marketing is one of several social marketing resources available for public health professionals from Turning Point, and the Turning Point Social Marketing National Excellence Collaborative, funded by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. It is intended as a stand-alone tool to help you apply effective social marketing to your public health programs and practices. It may be integrated with other social marketing resources, many of which are available free of charge. Visit www.turningpointprogram.

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