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  • The train of emigration was rapidly moving westward in 1830; prospects for expansion were bright, and the offer was thankfully accepted. Doctor Steele came on to examine the place and approved of it. The Reformed Medical College of Ohio, better known as the Medical Department of Worthington College, was instituted, and Doctor Steele was made President. The latter proved wanting and was asked to vacate, when a stalwart young Kentuckian, 3 full of vigor, resource, and ability, and fresh from the New York Institution, was installed at the head of the venture.

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  • Strengthening functioning systems to improve health outcomes will, in some cases, require new ways of thinking about health investments and greater dialogue with partner countries about constraints and opportunities.

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  • Some analysts have wondered why uninsured people would purchase health insurance as the result of a mandate (Cassidy, 2010; Kling, 2010). After all, for many people the penalty would cost less (at least in the very short-term) than a policy. Health insurance mandates differ from some other requirements, such as the requirement to pay taxes: In exchange for compliance, enrollees individually receive a tangible good—health insurance—that they value. Health economics provides a framework for considering how changes in the price of health insurance affect coverage.

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  • In addition to the discussions on whether a two-pronged approach should be adopted, the session also offers an opportunity to discuss which gender issues should be prioritized in a future development agenda. There has been a call to focus on women’s strategic priorities which will help to transform women’s lives in the long-term. It has also been suggested that the new goals should reflect an understanding that women’s poverty is, in part, a result of their socially enforced gender roles and relations.

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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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  • In thissection,somebasic issues foradvancing the industrialbioeconomyarediscussed,by referencetotheresourcebase,conversionoptionsandalternativeproductsandservices.The emphasis ison tropicalandsubtropicalbiomass resources,althoughsomeof theprocesses andproductsarealsorelevantfortemperateclimates.Thediscussionbelowisnotintendedto beanexhaustive listofpotential resourcesandproducts,but rather toprovidea flavour for someoftheoptionsavailable.

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  • The economy continues to undergo structural change as it shifts from being dominated by the agricultural sector. The shares of the service and industry sector in real GDP have increased over the last three decades, whereas agriculture accounts for little more than 10% today compared to 25% in the mid-1970s. Because of the widely diverging labour productivities in the different sectors and significant employment of unpaid family workers in agriculture these changes are not fully reflected in the sectors’ shares in employment.

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  • We posit that the Russian fiscal system presents noteworthy shortcomings relative to the Chinese system. These include lack of transparency in the capture of energy revenues, lack of integration of fiscal expenditures into a unified Treasury system, and massive implicit subsidies in relationships between producers and both national and sub- national governments. Further, we argue that, at least in the rapidly-growing coastal provinces of China, the public sector in China is moving more rapidly than in Russia toward a greater orientation to growth-supporting activities.

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  • The U.S. EPA has targeted wood furniture manufacturers because they are the largest industrial users of solvents in paints and coatings among original equipment manufacturers in the United States, using over twice as much solvents as automobile manufacturers. 1 Wood is coated to protect it from physical and chemical damage, and natural degradation, as well as to impart an aesthetically pleasing finish.

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  • This chapter proceeds from an ecological framework, which recognizes that multiple aspects of an adolescent's life may affect their reproductive health experiences, including a teen's family environment, their individual attitudes and behaviors, and peer attitudes and behaviors. In addition, the characteristics of a teen's community, including school context, neighborhood environment, and broader policies may affect reproductive health behaviors.

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  • Every year, farm operators apply more than 12 million tons of nitrogen fertilizer and 8 million tons of phos- phorus fertilizer to agricultural land in the U.S. Unless carefully managed, much of it is carried off the fields by runoff or percolates into drainage systems, eventually ending up in streams, rivers, lakes and underground aquifers. Animal manure from livestock is also an important contributor to nutrient pollution, particularly phos- phorus.

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  • For the 2004 edition, the committee updated terminology and editorially reformatted the document to follow the 2003 Manual of Style for NFPA Technical Committee Documents; however, the basic features of the standard remained unchanged. In addition, the committee added a table in Annex A that created a crosswalk among FEMA CAR, NFPA 1600, and BCI & DRII professional practices. The committee added significant informational resources to Annexes B, C, D, and E. The document continues to be developed in cooperation and coordination with represen- tatives from FEMA, NEMA, and IAEM.

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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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  • Reasonable as they might seem, the stakeholder arguments with respect to practitioneroriented research do not hold up under scrutiny. There is no self-evident relationship between lack of theory in a discipline and the ability to undertake research/consultancy for industry in marketing or elsewhere (Grey, 2001). There is mounting evidence, and there has been for some time, that marketing knowledge in its current form is not particularly valued by business.

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  • But there are also non-health-care industries in the list, creating a broad set of opportunities for workers. Figure 2 shows strong growth in construction. This is a broad industry that includes the construction of manufacturing and retail buildings, roads and bridges, utility systems, and homes. The ARRA will contribute to construction employment growth in the next few years through direct investments and incentives for private investment in infrastructure, the construction of power and communication structures, and the weatherization of homes.

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  • Motivation and the resources for carrying out an attack make humans potentially dangerous threat-sources. Table 3-1 presents an overview of many of today’s common human threats, their possible motivations, and the methods or threat actions by which they might carry out an attack. This information will be useful to organizations studying their human threat environments and customizing their human threat statements.

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  • Fat tissue may increase toward the centre of the body, including around the abdominal organs. The loss of muscle mass in the legs and changes in body shape can affect her balance, leading to falls. A woman may appear shorter as she ages. This height loss is related to aging changes in the bones, muscles, and joints. Women typically lose about 1 cm (0.4 inches) every 10 years after age 40. Height loss is even greater after 70 years old. In total, she may lose 1 to 3 inches in height in rest of her life. Women usually gain weight...

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  • One key element, also specified in Criterion 2.6, is that each set of competencies should be made available to school or program constituents, especially students. The site visit team will expect to see instructional objectives, programmatic competencies (for all MPH students), concentration competencies and course learning objectives in the self-study document and/or in an on-site resource file, but also in more public venues such as the website, student handbook, recruitment materials and course syllabi.

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  • Pacific country populations remain highly vulnerable to HIV infection due to, small highly mobile populations, high rates of STIs and high rates of at risk sexual behaviour. There have been approximately 30,000 reported cases of people living with HIV in the Pacific, but this figure is under-representative due to limited surveillance capacity across the region. Notably, cases from Papua New Guinea make up a significant majority of the total cases detected in the Pacific—from 21% in 1989 to over 99% in 2008.

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  • The grade of an endometrioid adenocarcinoma is based on how much the cancer cells form glands that look like the glands found in normal, healthy endometrium. In lower- grade cancers (grades 1 and 2), more of the cancer cells form normal-looking glands. In higher-grade cancers (grade 3), more of the cancer cells are kind of jumbled up and do not form normal glands. Higher grade cancers tend to grow faster and are more likely to spread than lower grade cancers. Uterine carcinosarcoma (CS) is another cancer that starts in the endometrium and is covered here.

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