Two major studies conclude that saturated fat does NOT cause heart disease Dr Briffa's . Page 1 of 32 Two major studies conclude that saturated fat does NOT cause heart diseaseby Dr John Briffa on 15 January 2010 in Cholesterol and Statins, Food and Medical Politics, Healthy Eating,Unhealthy Eating!
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Adrian Howe (Australia) Title: "Emotional Law—Provocation and the Cultural Politics of Law Reform." Abstract: "This paper analyses the cultural politics of criminal law reform, focusing on 21st century efforts to reform partial defences to murder in jurisdictions in Australia and the UK. Subjecting the case law and conventional black-letter law commentaries to critiques offered by feminist law scholarship and contemporary emotion theory, it explores deeply emotional reactions to the provocation defence—western societies' most emotional law. A comparative analysis is provided of the different options canvassed in debates that have raged in recent law commission inquiries into whether provocation is capable of reform or whether it should be abolished outright. It is argued that reforms which retain the defence but limit its use or which more ‘radically' abolish the defence but retain provocation as a sentencing discretion are destined to fail because they do not get to the heart of the problem—the deeply ingrained cultural script that men who kill in the heat of ‘passion' deserve some compassion. All contributors to the debate have emotional investments in their positions, but it is the passionate attachments of provocation's ardent apologists for this antediluvian defence that are the paper's analytical focus." Agnieszka Kubal (UK) Title: "Recognizing the Place of Legal Culture in Legal Integration Research. Polish post-2004 EU Enlargement Migrants in the United Kingdom." Abstract: "The paper is placed at the intersection of migration and legal studies. Enquiring into the study of the immigrants in the new socio-legal environment suggests existing gaps and certain shortcomings in the current knowledge on the various aspects of legal integration. This research, engaging critically with the reviewed literature, offers a new approach to studying legal integration, taking Polish post-2004 EU Enlargement migrants in the UK as a case study. It suggests a combined focus on structural factors stemming from the host country's legal environment as well as migrants' cultural background – their values, accustomed patterns of legal behaviour, attitudes to law (legal culture) – in the process of shaping – and possibly re-shaping – their relationship to law during the settlement process. This paper aims to offer an understanding of how people in their daily interactions gradually change their behaviour, views and attitudes engaging in the complex interplay between the new environment and their cultural background during the process of integration. This study makes the claim for the proper recognition of the cultural background of immigrants while investigating their modes and strategies of legal integration. It acknowledges the legal culture of immigrants as a significant factor in empirical research, accounting for nuances and bringing out the subtle differences and therefore revealing the bigger, richer picture of immigrant integration, than one solely relying on structural factors and government policies of immigrant incorporation. The approach to legal culture adopted in this research acknowledges the diversity of sub-cultures and sub-groups within it, at the same time stressing a general, distinguishable and largely shared pattern of accustomed behaviour, thinking and experience of law." Ahti Laitinen (Finland) Title: "Arson: Crime Rates, Offenders, and Prevention in Finland." Abstract: "This paper deals with arson and its prevention in Finland. Arson will first be viewed in the light of history and criminological theory. The second part of the paper contains the results of an empirical study on arson. The material has been collected from different official sources. For example, the offenses data base of the police, the so-called "Accident data base" of the Ministry of the Interior, and the data base of trials have been used. In addition, the documents of the preliminary investigations of the police have been utilized. According to the preliminary results, approximately one-third of all fires are arson. Most often the offenders are young, undereducated males. What is surprising is that arson is more common in some prosperous cities, where, for example, the unemployment rate is unusually low. During 2005-2007 many arson of historical and valuable buildings, like
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An essential guide on the importance of iron The Salus guide ‘Iron and Pregnancy' informs pregnant women as well as health care professionals about the importance of iron for the human body, particularly during pregnancy; how to identify the first signs of an iron deficiency; and what you can do to maintain healthy iron levels before, during and after pregnancy.
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The Second TSME International Conference on Mechanical Engineering 19-21 October, 2011, Krabi Investigation of Load Profiles of Lithium-ion batteries for Electric Vehicle Applications Chadchai Srisurangkul National Metal and Materials Technology Center, 114 Thailand Science Park, Phahonyothin Rd. Klong 1, Klong Luang, Pathumthani 12120 Thailand
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Analyse comparative de la situation des réseaux de chaleur et de froid en France et aux Etats-Unis Pratiques, choix des pouvoirs publics et perspectives MEMOIRE DE THESE PROFESSIONNELLE POUR LE MASTERE SPECIALISE Organisme d'accueil Veolia Energy North America En collaboration avec le pôle Réseaux de chaleur du CETE de
JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH j VOLUME 32 j NUMBER 10 j PAGES 1405–1411 j 2010 Osmoregulatory and demographicresponses to salinity of the exoticcladoceran Daphnia exilis INGER HEINE-FUSTER 1,2*, CAREN VEGA-RETTER 1,2, PABLO SABAT 2,3 AND RODRIGO RAMOS-JILIBERTO 1,21CENTRO NACIONAL DEL MEDIO AMBIENTE, FUNDACIO´N DE LA UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE, AV. LARRAI´N 9975, LA REINA, SANTIAGO, CHILE, 2DEPARTAMENTO DE
Diario Oficial de las Comunidades Europeas (Actos cuya publicación es una condición para su aplicabilidad) REGLAMENTO (CE) No 993/2001 DE LA COMISIÓN de 4 de mayo de 2001 que modifica el Reglamento (CEE) no 2454/93 por el que se fijan determinadas disposiciones de aplicación del Reglamento (CEE) no 2913/92 del Consejo por el que se aprueba el Código aduanero (Texto pertinente a efectos del EEE)
Pain Physician 2008; 11:3:343-353 • ISSN 1533-3159 Case Report Increased Knee Cartilage Volume in Degenerative Joint Disease using Percutaneously Implanted, Autologous Mesenchymal Stem Cells Christopher J. Centeno, MD1,2, Dan Busse MD1, John Kisiday, PhD3, Cristin Keohan1,2, Michael Freeman, PhD4, and David Karli, MD5
Exercise Professionals Version 1 - November 2014 Recognised by Skills Active and endorsed by Exercise Association of NZ Table of Contents USING THIS PRESCREEN REPs PRE-SCREEN FORM PRE-SCREEN AND EXERCISE EXERCISE HABITS AND EXERCISE-RELATED COMPLICATIONS PURPOSE OF THE PRE-SCREEN ESTABLISHING PROGRAMME GOALS RISK FACTORS AND SIGNS/SYMPTOMS OF DISEASE CRITERIA FOR CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE RISK FACTORS
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Cell, Vol. 103, 853–864, December 8, 2000, Copyright 2000 by Cell Press Synergism with the Coactivator OBF-1 (OCA-B, BOB-1) Is Mediated by a SpecificPOU Dimer Configuration Alexey Tomilin,*†# Attila Reme´nyi,†§# responsible for regulating the expression of develop- Katharina Lins,* Hanne Bak,† Sebastian Leidel,*
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The GAZYVA® dosing and administration guideA guide for health care professionals administering GAZYVA to patients with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL). DAYS 1 AND 2 CYCLE 1, DAYS 8 AND 15, CYCLES 2-6, DAY 1 All patients Patients Patients Patients with a
Document downloaded from http://www.archbronconeumol.org, day 15/12/2014. This copy is for personal use. Any transmission of this document by any media or format is strictly prohibited. The Halo Sign in Computed Tomography Images: DifferentialDiagnosis and Correlation With Pathology Findings Manuel Parrón,a Isabel Torres,a Mercedes Pardo,a Carmen Morales,b Marta Navarro,band Marta Martínez-Schmizcrafta
Reference: Biol. Bull. 204: 68 – 80. (February 2003)© 2003 Marine Biological Laboratory Collection and Culture Techniques for Gelatinous KEVIN A. RASKOFF1,*, FREYA A. SOMMER2, WILLIAM M. HAMNER3, AND KATRINA M. CROSS4 1 Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, Moss Landing, California 95039-9644; 2 Hopkins Marine Station, Pacific Grove, California 93950-3094; 3 University of California, Los Angeles, California
9_12 Agriculture AN51 - Env and Ntrl Res I Test 2 ENVNRI - Final Exam Review 1. Which will help develop knowledge and skills by working as a team member to identify trees and solve problems related to timber production: A. Equine Science Proficiency Award B. Forestry Career Development Event C. Parliamentary Procedure Career Development Event
HAZARDOUS DRUG SAFETY AND HEALTH PLAN FOR HANDLING ANTINEOPLASTIC OTHER HAZARDOUS DRUGS IN CLINICAL ENVIRONMENTS Introduction Drugs have a successful history of use in treating diseases and are responsible for many medical advances over the past century. However, virtually every drug has side effects associated with their use in treating patient illnesses. It follows that both patients and Health Care Workers (HCW) are at risk of developing these side effects. Side effects to patients are due to administration of the drugs and effects in workers are due to incidental exposure in preparation, handling, administration and disposal of drug residues. Drugs are classified as hazardous if studies in animals and/or humans indicate that exposures to them have a potential for causing cancer, developmental or reproduction toxicity or harm to body organs. It should be realized that the therapeutic benefits of hazardous drugs administered to ill patients outweigh the risks of side effects. However, HCW's exposed during handling of these drugs are at risk for the side effects without any therapeutic benefit. HCWs may be exposed to a drug throughout the life cycle from manufacture/preparation, transport, distribution, administration and disposal. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that employees potentially exposed to hazardous drugs (chemicals) be informed of the risks and protective measures to be taken to avoid exposure. This is detailed in the Hazardous Communication Standard 29 CFR 1910.1200. The OSHA Technical Manual, Section VI, Chapter 2, "Controlling Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Drugs" also provides guidance for controlling such exposures. This Hazardous Drug Safety and Health Plan was developed utilizing the information provided in the following publications: OSHA Technical Manual "Controlling Occupational Exposures to Hazardous Drugs" NIOSH Alert "Preventing Occupational Exposures to Antineoplastic and Other Hazardous Drugs in Health Care Settings, 2004" The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, "Safe Handling of Hazardous Drugs", American Society of Health System Pharmacists, "ASHP Technical Assistance Bulletin on Handling Cytotoxic and Hazardous Drugs" Oncology Nursing Forum, Vol. 36, No. 6, November, 2009, "American Society of Clinical Oncology/Oncology Nursing Society Chemotherapy Administration Safety Standards" Responsibilities Individuals are responsible for following these procedures to ensure their risks from exposure to hazardous drugs are kept to a minimum Program Directors, Nurse Managers and Supervisors are responsible for implementation and enforcement of this plan and ensure that all staff are trained and obtain a medical exam as required by this policy. In addition, they must ensure that any procedures that could produce an aerosol be pre-approved by the Office of Research Safety. Office of Research Safety will provide waste containers, pickup hazardous drug waste and provide chemo spill kits to appropriate areas. The Office of Research Safety will provide safety information and be available for emergencies. The Office of Research Safety will develop a specialized training program for those HCWs potentially exposed to hazardous drugs. The Office of Research Safety staff will train "trainers" to provide training.
Richmond upon Thames LGBT Forum Appendix 3 - Drug Misuse and the LGBT Community Submission to the Richmond upon Thames Drug Misuse Scrutiny Task Group – 31 January 2011 Introduction The Richmond upon Thames Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) Forum is a voluntary community group providing a voice for LGBT people who live, work, study or visit in the borough. We were established in 2007 with support from the Community Safety Partnership. We now operate as an independent community group. We work collaboratively with statutory service providers such as Richmond upon Thames Council, Metropolitan Police Service, NHS Richmond and a wide range of voluntary and community groups. Our interests include health, community safety, domestic abuse, housing, homelessness, older people, youth and education. We actively participate in many local community engagement and strategic groups and engage with specialist LGBT organisations across London and nationally. This submission has been prepared at quite short notice and is based upon member's knowledge, discussion with community members and service providers and review of published research.
DER REGIERUNG BETREFFEND DIE ABÄNDERUNG DES GESETZES ÜBER DIE KRANKENVERSICHERUNG (KRANKENVERSICHERUNGSGESETZ; KVG) UND WEITERER GESETZE Ministerium für Gesellschaft Das Krankenversicherungsgesetz soll mit dieser Vorlage einer umfassenden Re- form unterzogen werden. Die in den letzten Jahren sehr stark gestiegenen Kosten
Integrative and Personalized QSAR Analysis in Cancer by Kernelized Bayesian Matrix Muhammad Ammad-ud-din,∗,† Elisabeth Georgii,† Mehmet G¨ Laitinen,‡ Olli Kallioniemi,¶ Krister Wennerberg,¶ Antti Poso,‡,§ and Samuel Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT, Department of Information and Computer Science, Aalto University, PO Box 15400, Espoo, 00076, Finland,
Symposium on Risk versus Hazard Symposium on Risk versus Hazard Risk versus Hazard – How to Regulate in the 21st Century Ragnar E. Lofstedt* In Europe, debate as to whether one should regulate chemicals based on intrinsic hazard or assessment of risk, or possibly a combination of both, has been gaining momentum. This article first provides a brief history of this risk versus hazard debate. Secondly, it ex-amines how European regulators are currently handling the regulation of two chemical compounds, namely Bisphenol A and Deca BDE (a brominated flame retardant), based on forty-five expert interviews with regulators, policy makers and industry representatives in eight Member States, as well as with European Commission officials. The paper shows that there is no clear consensus as to when risk or hazard considerations should be the basis for regulatory decision-making, with wide discrepancies between Member States (e.g. the UK is overall more risk based than Sweden) and between regulatory agencies within Member States. The penultimate section puts forward a series of recommendations to help regula-tors and policy makers develop more consistent and science based regulations for Europe.
Right to Die Society of Canada Vol. 4 No. 1-2 (Jan. 2012 - Jun. 2012) hearings throughout Quebec since late 2010 releasedits report on March 22. The recommendations are "Life needs an ESC (Escape) key." notable for their compassion and courage. They also (Newsletter editor Ruth von Fuchs, and probably show a practical turn of mind, and awareness about many others as well)
ALERTA INFORMATIVA-OBESIDAD (05-12 de abril de 2013) REVISTA DE PRENSA PRINCIPALES TITULARES Información corporativa Información sectorial INFORMACIÓN CORPORATIVA 09/04/2013 El 78% de los pacientes en tratamiento para adelgazar tiene entre 26 y 55 años
Low production of reactive oxygen species in granulocytes is associated with organ damage in systemic lupus erythematosus
Bengtsson et al. Arthritis Research & Therapy 2014, 16:R120http://arthritis-research.com/content/16/3/R120 Low production of reactive oxygen species ingranulocytes is associated with organ damage insystemic lupus erythematosus Anders A Bengtsson1, Åsa Pettersson2, Stina Wichert3, Birgitta Gullstrand4, Markus Hansson3,Thomas Hellmark2 and Åsa CM Johansson3,5* Introduction: Polymorphonuclear leukocytes (PMN) are main effector cells in the acute immune response. Whilethe specific role of PMN in systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and autoimmunity is still unclear, their importancein chronic inflammation is gaining more attention. Here we investigate aspects of function, bone marrow releaseand activation of PMN in patients with SLE.
El otro talón Mireya P. Ruiz Esparza Cuestión de nombres: para [email protected] es trabajo tiene que ver con el nacimiento de la familia patriar-sexual. cal, pero también con el surgimiento de la propiedad Hetaira, cortesana, meretriz, furcia, pelandusca, privada. Esto lo trataremos más profundamente en el ramera, suripanta, buscona, golfa, zorra, [email protected]
Carskadon, M.A., & Dement, W.C. (2011). Monitoring and staging human sleep. In M.H. Kryger, T. Roth, & W.C. Dement (Eds.), Principles and practice of sleep medicine, 5th edition, (pp 16-26). St. Louis: Elsevier Saunders. Chapter 2 – Normal Human Sleep : An Overview Mary A. Carskadon, William C. Dement Abstract
REGLAMENTO VETERINARIO REGLAMENTO VETERINARIO RFHE REGLAMENTO VETERINARIO PREÁMBULO Este Reglamento Veterinario entrará en vigor en el momento de su aprobación por la Comisión Directiva del Consejo Superior de Deportes. A partir de esta fecha todas las ediciones y documentos oficiales publicados anteriormente sobre esta materia se consideran sin validez. Este Reglamento Veterinario (RV) debe leerse conjuntamente con los Estatutos, el Reglamento General, los Reglamentos de las diversas disciplinas y el Reglamento Disciplinario.
Colegio Argentino de Cardioangiólogos Revista Argentina de Septiembre - Diciembre 2012 Año 3 Número 4 Artículo Especial Consenso: Utilización de medios de contraste radiológicos vasculares. Diciembre 2008-2012 Parte 1Asociación Argentina de Alergia e Inmunología Clínica (AAAeIC), Colegio Argentino de Cardioangiólogos Intervencionistas (CACI), Sociedad Argen-tina de Nefrología (SAN), Sociedad Argentina de Radiología (SAR) y Uni-dad de Farmacología Clínica del Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires
ESTADO NUTRICIONAL EN NIÑOS CON DREPANOCITOSIS DE UN HOSPITAL UNIVERSITARIO DE TERCER NIVEL DE ATENCIÓN DE CALI, COLOMBIA Y POSIBLES FACTORES DE RIESGO SOCIODEMOGRÁFICOS DIANA SORAYA RENDÓN-CEBALLOS, M.D. , CARLOS ALBERTO VELASCO-BENÍTEZ, M.D. , CARLOS ANDRÉS PORTILLA-FIGUEROA, M.D. , MARÍA VICTORIA BOLAÑOS-GALLARDO, Bact. ,
Rambabu.Kuchi et al, Research Desk, 2012, Oct-Dec, 1(2).66-73 ISSN 2319-7315 A NOVEL RP-HPLC METHOD FOR THE QUANTIFICATION OF TADALAFIL IN FORMULATIONS Gudipati Edukondalu, Mahaboob.Subhani. D. Nunna.Bhaskar Raju, Ashok Kumar varma, Rambabu Kuchi* Dept of P.G Chemistry, D. N. R College, Bhimavaram, West Godavari (D.T) Andra Pradesh, India
Highlights of the RRP meeting/CME course at Johns Hopkins, 30 May 2014: RRP patients/family members' perspectives [The following report is based on coordinated input from all those RRP families who attended the meeting] On Friday May 30, 2014, a CME course, "Updates in Recurrent Respiratory Papilloma: Clinical and Research Perspective", was held at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, MD.