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  • In this study, we deployed an unsupervised machine learning methodology using natural language processing to collect and analyze data from the popular social media platform Twitter with the aims of detecting self-reported experiences with corruption, including in the health sector.

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  • Ebook The state of food and agriculture: Part 1 present the content livestock in the balance; change in the livestock sector; livestock, food security and poverty reduction; livestock and the environment; livestock and human and animal health; conclusions balancing society’s objectives for livestock;

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  • Medicinal plants are the precious gift of nature which plays vital role in healthcare sector for developing nation and potent source of therapeutic molecules to heal various diseases in the world. Amla (Emblica officinalis Gaertn.) is widely used in the Indian system of medicine and believed to increase defense against diseases. The Amla or Indian gooseberry is known for its therapeutic properties and holds a reputed position in the Ayurvedic and Unani system of medicine in the country as well as whole world.

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  • Livestock farmers are constrained by many animal health borne problems like food borne diseases, milk and meat borne diseases, pollution of the environment from animal sources and other zoonotic concerns which adversely affect human health which cause morbidity and mortality in people and is also imposing significantly losses to the livestock sector. In developing countries, lack of knowledge about disease burden has been mostly reported to be associated with persistence of zoonotic diseases.

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  • Cervical Cancer (CC) has become a public health concern of alarming proportions in many developing countries such as Mexico, particularly in low income sectors and marginalized regions. As such, an early detection is a key medical factor in improving not only their population’s quality of life but also its life expectancy.

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  • Among other resources of organizations, Human Resource is the most critical one that makes a difference in an organization’s performance. For employees to work for an organization with interest and commitment, it is true that organizations should place an effective Human Resource Management system in practice.

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  • Bio-fertilizer is a substance used to increase the fertility of the soil. It contains microorganisms which helps the soil to gain its nutrient back and make the soil available for cultivation. Bio-fertilizer doesn’t make any kind of pollution, so it is not a threat to use them in the place of the chemical fertilizers which causes a lot of pollution to the environment. Current soil management strategies are mainly dependent on inorganic chemical-based fertilizers, which caused a serious threat to human health and environment.

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  • Water and High Purity Water (HPW) distribution systems can be contaminated with human pathogenic microorganisms. This biocontamination may pose a risk to human health as HPW is commonly used in the industrial, pharmaceutical and clinical sectors.

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  • The use of chemical fertilizers in agriculture sector has gradually increased in recent past. Increase in demand of chemical fertilizers leads to increased market prices, market demand and consumption of chemical fertilizers which is not economically feasible for sustainable agriculture. Moreover, excessive use of chemical fertilizers to increase agriculture production leaving bad to worse impact on environment and human health. Hence, concept of using rhizobia as a biofertilizer is a promising source in terms of environment health and cost effectiveness.

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  • The increase in the human population in addition to the massive demand for protein of animal origin forced the authorities to seek for additional sources of feed supplies. Aquaculture is the world worth coming expansion to compensate the shortage in animal protein. Feed in aquaculture plays an important role in the production cycle and exert threshold on both practical and economic aspects. Feed additive sectors are expanding day after day to achieve better growth and health for fish and shrimp and to meet the potential requirements of the culturists.

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  • This paper is a monograph review of two sides of energy sector industrialisation in the MD with a focus on ‘green’ and ‘grey’ socio-economic development (as ‘xanh’ and ‘xám’ in Vietnamese respectively). ‘Green’ energy is understood as the electricity generated from inexhaustible sources and known as renewable energy. It emits fewer greenhouse gases and causes less harm to habitats in comparison to traditional fossil fuels and hydropower. ‘Grey’ energy is another word for non-renewable energy or polluting energy, which can have negative effects on human health, environment, and climate.

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  • The usability of health information technology (IT) is increasingly recognized as critically important to the development of systems that ensure patient safety and quality of care. The substantial complexity of organizations, work practice and physical environments within the healthcare sector influences the development and application of health IT. When health IT is introduced in local clinical work practices, potential patient safety hazards and insufficient support of work practices need to be examined.

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  • Because resources are limited, health economists are concerned with determining what medical services to produce, how they should be produced, and who should receive them. As we will see in this lecture, the tools of economics can be applied to the health care sector to derive valuable insights about our health care system.

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  • Cities are engines of growth and they will be critical to our economic recovery. The Coalition Government is taking tough and decisive action to equip Britain for long-term success by restoring health to the public inances and conidence in the economy through a balanced approach led by private sector growth. But this growth will not occur in the abstract. It will be created in individual places where people and businesses work, trade and innovate.

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  • Tham khảo tài liệu '‘i don’t feel human’ experiences of destitution among young refugees and migrants', giáo dục - đào tạo, cao đẳng - đại học phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The main audiences and stakeholders who must be engaged for programs to be effective in changing food marketing to children reflect the societal sectors most closely associated with food, marketing, and health: The food and beverage industry could take several actions to address its role in the childhood obesity epidemic. First, food and beverage marketers should take steps to avoid using promotional tactics that attract children to unhealthy eating. The industry should research and adopt a code ...

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  • Members of the Office of Government Relations work with decision-makers at the local, state, and national levels to uphold the hospital’s mission of providing exceptional clinical care, research, and training for pediatric providers. The program has a special interest in, and commitment to, our community health programs, and works hard to develop and sustain systemic solutions to child health concerns like asthma, obesity and mental health.

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  • Bangladesh is one of the most densely populated country with a land mass of 147,570 sq. km and a population of more than 140 million, 70% of whom live in rural areas (BDHS 2004). The population growth rate is 1.7% per annum and it ranks 139th position (out of 173 countries) in UNDP’s Human Development Index (HDI) with an estimated per capita GDP of US$ 1,900 of which 22% is generated by agriculture (UNDP 2005). According to UNDP, around 83% of the population live on less than US$ 2 a day and 36% on less than US$ 1 a day. Through continuous effort of the government...

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  • Taking experiences of low resource setting into account, upgrading the quality and coverage of safe motherhood services (including neonatal care) will have the largest payoff in averting deaths and reducing disability among women and children in Bangladesh. For scaling up of these tasks, building a functioning primary healthcare system from community level to the first referral-level facilities is essential. Particular emphasis should be placed on developing human resources for health (HRH) in this sector, e.g.

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  • Significant progress has been made in recent years in increasing the production of health workers and in producing a multi-purpose nursing cadre that is able to perform both nursing and midwifery tasks. Availability of data on the public sector health workforce has also improved. A comprehensive HRH policy and strategy to address priority HRH constraints is in place, although its implementation needs to improve. Another encouraging development is the recognition of the need for human resource management and leadership training.

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