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  • Breast cancer remains the most feared disease of all women, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, or culture. The causes of breast cancer remain a mystery, with a few exceptions. About 70% of women diagnosed with breast cancer have no known risk factors. This implies that there are risk factors that haven’t yet been identified. Doctors are beginning to identify lifestyle choices that can influence our cancer risk. These lifestyle choices include diet, exercise, smoking, alcohol, and many other factors. We have control over how we nourish our bodies.

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  • Winning is a habit. So is losing. Twenty-five years of experience, thought, and research have convinced Covey that seven habits distinguish the happy, healthy, successful from those who fail or who must sacrifice meaning and happiness for success in the narrow sense.

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  • Midwives’ unique contribution to public health is that they work with women and their partners and families throughout pregnancy, birth and the postnatal period to provide safe, holistic care. For optimum effect, midwifery needs to be firmly rooted in the community where women and their partners live their lives.

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  • The stigma of HIV often exacerbates this situation because when men die women are easily blamed for bringing HIV into the household, no matter if it is true or not. In Zambia, women working with Huairou member organization Katuba Women’s Association reported being chased out of the home after their husband’s death, as they were blamed for bringing the disease into the home, despite the husbands’ known infidelities that led to the disease.

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  • Marketers are being challenged by a deluge of data that is well beyond the capacity of their organizations to comprehend and use. Their strategies are not keeping up with the disruptive effects of technology-empowered customers; the proliferation of media, channel, and customer contact points; or the possibilities for microsegmentation. Closing the widening gap between the accelerating complexity of their markets and the limited ability of their organizations to respond demands new thinking about marketing capabilities.

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  • Increasingly consumer pull for drugs is being created indirectly also by Internet promotion, and perhaps more questionably by partnerships with patient support groups. The impact of the Internet Consumers are able to purchase all kinds of prescription drugs online often without need for a prior prescription. Research conducted by Bloom (1999) showed that most Internet pharmacies provide poor quality information, fail to have adequate safeguards to ensure medicines are dispensed correctly, and also charge more for both products and services.

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  • Script injection attacks typically affect non-malicious users and succeed without compromising Web applica- tion servers or networks. For example, in 2005, the self- propagating Samy worm on MySpace used script injec- tion to infect over a million users [24]. As a MySpace user viewed the MySpace page of another, infected user, the worm script would execute and send a page update request to the server, causing the worm script to be in- cluded also on the viewing user’s page.

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  • A literature has developed on whether discrimination in the marketplace due to prejudice disappears in the long run. Whether employers who do not want to discriminate will eventually compete away all discriminating employ- ers depends not only on the distribution of tastes for discrimination among potential employers, but critically also on the nature of firm production functions. Of greater significance empirically is the long run discrimination by employees and customers, who are far more important sources of market discrimination than employers.

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  • Academic library directors can have a positive and profound impact on the future of academic print collections by adopting and implementing a deliberate strategy to build and sustain regional print service centers that can meet aggregate demand with aggregate supply. Beyond the obvious operational efficiencies of consolidating low-use, digitized print volumes into shared service collections there is an important strategic advantage to reconfiguring collective inventory that is increasingly devalued as an institutional asset.

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  • Depression is more common in women than in men and is known to be mediated by serotonin receptor levels [43,63]. Specifically, depression is linked to decreased density of serotonin receptors and decreased efficacy of serotonin in the brain. The increased risk, timing of onset, and effectiveness of treatment of depression in women may be mediated by estrogen's effect on serotonin recep- tors.

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  • Here you will establish the case for the publication and the enterprise in which it will operate. This includes an objective assessment of the environment in which your journal will be launched and its justification for the publisher and as a strategic response to market demand. The examination will focus on characteristics of the community to be served and the needs that will be satisfied by your Open Access model, perhaps delineated by importance and/or priority. Be sure to underscore any innovative or unique aspects of the undertaking, as well as precedents for your product and model.

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  • It is mixed news from small businesses, as they expect their bottom lines to be up, but the overall health of their businesses are slipping and the economic outlook is unclear. Even so, the majority of small businesses are still highly satisfied with being a small business owner and this has not changed over time (65 percent are highly satisfied, rating their satisfaction an 8, 9 or 10 on a 10 point scale, in June 2010 compared to 63 percent a year ago). Looking globally. Only 7 percent of small businesses do the bulk of their business...

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  • Competencies within different contexts may require different bundles of skills, knowledge and attitudes. The challenge is to determine which competencies can be bundled together to provide the optimal grouping for performing tasks. Another challenge is designing learning experiences that support students as they practice using and applying these competencies in different contexts. Continual refinement of defined competencies is necessary so that enhanced performance in a variety of contexts can be assessed. In essence, CBE is a process, not a product. ...

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  • The concept of the privacy contract is exemplified in the privacy statement on aWeb site. To be in compliance with the Safe Harbor principles of the European Union, an organization must tell individuals why information about them is collected. The organization’s privacy statement must also indicate how to contact the organization with inquiries or complaints, as well as disclose what types of third parties the information will be given to.

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  • To avoid credit rationing, banks use other methods to screen potential borrowers. 24 For example, banks can use extensive and comprehensive covenants on loans to mitigate agency costs. As new information arrives, covenants can be renegotiated. Covenants may also require collateral or personal guarantees from firms about their future activities and business practises in order to maximise the probability of repayment. The banks lending history produces valuable information that evolves over time.

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  • The call for sustainable development has been even more urgent for Asian countries where majority of economic growth is happening and where two of the most populous countries in the world--- China and India--- are located. Anderson and Brooks (1996) note the implications of having the two most populous cities of the world in Asia---- the exponential increase in pollution levels given the magnitude of economic activity in the area, as well as the alarming damage it may cause to human beings given the high population level in the region.

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  • Ducks may be grown on dry mash, a combination of dry and wet mash or pellets. Ducks prefer wet mash due to difficulties in swallowing dry mash. The pellet feeding, though slightly costly, has distinct advantages such as saving in amount of feed, minimum wastages, saving in lobour, convenience and improvement in sanitary conditions. Ducks are good foragers. The use of range, pond or supplementary green feed, reduces the feed cost. DUCKS SHOULD NEVER HAVE ACCESS TO FEED WITHOUT WATER. During the first eight weeks, birds should always have access to feed, but later on they may be...

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  • These guidelines are for use by Federal organizations which process sensitive information. They are consistent with the requirements of OMB Circular A-130, Appendix III. The guidelines herein are not mandatory and binding standards. This document may be used by non-governmental organizations on a voluntary basis. It is not subject to copyright. Nothing in this document should be taken to contradict standards and guidelines made mandatory and binding upon Federal agencies by the Secretary of Commerce under his statutory authority.

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  • While the Agenda 21 covered most aspects of water resources management, some have assumed much greater importance in the intervening 20 years. Similarly, while improved water resources management and development is fundamental to achieving all the MDGs, it is not specifically mentioned. This has hampered efforts to raise the profile of water resources in policy debates. Transboundary water issues were given little prominence in 1992; indeed many countries in sensitive transboundary situations were reluctant to discuss such issues.

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  • Keeping poultry makes a substantial contribution to household food security throughout the developing world. It helps diversify incomes and provides quality food, energy, fertilizer and a renewable asset in over 80 percent of rural households. Small-scale producers are however constrained by poor access to markets, goods and services; they have weak institutions and lack skills, knowledge and appropriate technologies. The result is that both production and productivity remain well below potential and losses and wastage can be high.

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