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  • Isolated blunt abdominal trauma (BAT) represents about 5% of annual trauma mortality from blunt trauma. As part of multiple-site injury (polytrauma), BAT contributes another 15% of trauma mortality. In the abdominal trauma, the best exploration strategy is one that leads most quickly and reliably in the diagnosis of surgical injury. This strategy must be established based on hemodynamic status and clinical guidance but should never delay a therapeutic homeostasis.

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  • ARPA and the 2008 farm bill set premium subsidy rates, that is, the percentage of the premium paid by the government. Premium subsidy rates vary by the level of insurance coverage that the farmer chooses and the geographic diversity of the crops insured. For most policies, the statutory subsidy rates range from 38 percent to 80 percent. Table 1 shows the total costs of subsidies for all crop insurance premiums and administrative expenses for 2000 through 2011.

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  • Milk has nutrients that make it suitable for the rapid multiplication of bacteria that cause spoilage. Unhygienic production, poor handling and undesirable practices such as addition of water or other substances can introduce bacteria or germs that cause spoilage. The resulting wastage can make you lose profits that you would have otherwise made. Unhygienic handling may introduce disease-causing bacteria into the milk and this can also adversely affect human health.

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  • The third section of this book is ‘Adeno-associated-virus Vector’. Chapter nine by Sun et al. introduces the adeno-associated virus (AAV) mediated β-thalassemia gene therapy. Human hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) were obtained from β-thalassemia patients, transfected with the recombinant AAV containing β-globin gene. The transfected cells were then transplanted into Nude/SCID mice, and the long term expression of β-globin in vivo was examined. In the tenth chapter, Korecka et al. compare AAV serotypes for gene delivery to dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra (SN)....

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  • At the end of each business day, money market funds, like all other mutual funds, must calculate and publish a NAV that equals the aggregate value of all of their holdings minus any liabilities. For all funds other than money funds, this NAV reflects the market value of the securities held in the fund. But money market funds are different. If they meet certain tests, as set out in the SEC’s Rule 2a-7, they can use the amortized cost accounting method to compute their reportedNAV.

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  • This is a dynamic process was first observed in post-industrial European societies in the nineteenth century. The United Nations Conference of Ageing Populations in the context of the family held in Japan in1994 observed that all developed countries at least one demographic issue in common: population aging which was the inevitable consequence of fertility decline. But although fertility decline is usually the driving force behind changing population age structures, changes in mortality assume greater importance as countries reach lower levels of fertility.

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  • This is the first in a series of reports by the Majority and Minority staff of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs (Committee) on the threat of homegrown terrorism inspired by violent Islamist extremism. The Committee initiated an investigation into this threat during the 109th Congress under the leadership of Chairman Susan Collins (R-ME). The first hearing on the homegrown threat considered the potential for radicalization in U.S. prisons, including an examination of the activities of Kevin Lamar James, an American citizen.

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  • Worldwide per capita consumption of alcoholic beverages in 2005 equaled 6.13 litres of pure alcohol consumed by every person aged 15 years or older. A large portion of this consumption – 28.6% or 1.76 litres per person – was homemade and illegally produced alcohol or, in other words, unrecorded alcohol. The consumption of homemade or illegally produced alcohol may be associated with an increased risk of harm because of unknown and potentially dangerous impurities or contaminants in these beverages. A large variation exists in adult per capita consumption (Figure 1).

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  • Alcohol presents yet another health challenge for women. Even in small amounts, alcohol affects women differently than men. In some ways, heavy drinking is much more risky for women than it is for men. With any health issue, accurate information is key. There are times and ways to drink that are safer than others. Every woman is different. No amount of drinking is 100 percent safe, 100 percent of the time, for every woman. With this in mind, it’s important to know how alcohol can affect a woman’s health and safety. ...

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  • Attitudes and preferences are considered to be an important element of financial literacy. If people have a rather negative attitude towards saving for their future, for example, it is argued that they will be less inclined to undertake such behaviour. Similarly, if they prefer to prioritise short-term wants then they are unlikely to provide themselves with emergency savings or to make longer term financial plans. The financial literacy survey includes three attitude statements to gauge respondents’ attitudes towards money and planning for the future 3 .

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  • Many different measures for making car-sharing more attractive can be undertaken, although some of these are of only marginal importance or are not very applicable to conditions today. To achieve a rapid and stable expansion of car-sharing, it is important to identify the major hindrances involved, to deal with these effectively, and to take advantage of factors conducive to success. A strategy of this sort having a time perspective of about five years was worked out.

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  • A bid document normally has to be submitted prior to any destination selection and it is then down to members, a special committee or the headquarters to vote. The international association headquarters is not always the ultimate decision-maker in destination selection. However, they usually are when a bid is not required.

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  • Palm oil production in Cameroon is expected to rise by about 6% per annum from 1980 to 1985 to 138 000 t and consumption by 4.5% per annum over the same period to 106 000 t , leaving 32 000 t available for export. By 1985 CAMDEV should be producing about 26 000 t. Future consumption in Cameroon is expected to grow at about 4.5% per annum and given the present per caput consumption of about 10 kg per annum, this growth must continue well into the future before the saturation level of about 30 kg...

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  • The project elaborated in this way is the initial step for the school and its staff to become familiar with the general concept of the health promoting school project outlined in the handbook of the health promoting school programme, and to see to what extent they can identify with it. The project should also enable schools to work step-by-step on the development of their own health promotion programmes suited for long-term use, re-evaluated stepwise and developed with the help of other projects.

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  • By 1991, the NHSBSP was inviting over one million women a year for screening. In the autumn of that year, a controversy erupted when the value of breast self examination was questioned by the then Chief Medi- cal Officer. Over the next three weeks, the policy of breast awareness, which had been under development, was hastily polished and delivered. The Department of Health then released the first figures from the breast screening programme showing that it was finding a high rate of cancers and appeared to be on target.

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  • Despite advances in pharmacology, not all patients respond favourably to drugs. A proportion of patients under therapy don't benefit from their treatment or experience an adverse reaction to the medication. However, progress in the understanding of disease mechanisms and drug actions are opening opportunities to match therapies to patient populations, and thus pave the way towards a more personalised medicine.

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  • Equally important, negotiators should focus early on obtaining a North Korean commitment that it will halt illicit procurements from abroad for its nuclear programs and end the proliferation of its nuclear technology. The latter is especially important for negotiations to establish in a verifiable manner. While waiting for negotiations to bear fruit, the United States and its allies will face two interconnected challenges. They must slow down North Korea’s centrifuge program, or at least make progress more costly and visible to the international community.

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  • Peripheral cyanosis is common in children at any age and is not important. Central cyanosis is always important but may be missed in a child with severe anaemia or children with pigmented skin. It is detected by looking at the colour of the tongue – blue colouration suggests a saturation of less than 85%. Central cyanosis is not improved by breathing 100% oxygen and its presence should be confirmed by a pulse oximeter. Long standing cyanosis may be associated with ‘clubbing’ of the nails of the hands and feet.

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