From The Encyclopedia of Common Diseases Section 53, PolioFrom The Encyclopedia of Common Diseases Section 53, Polio
As a result, the National Foundation reports that, of every 100 new cases: 50 recover completely, 30 are left with some muscle weakness
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This guide was developed by Des Chow, Wythenshawe Hospital and Jonathan Robert, Bolton, Salford and Trafford Mental Health Trust for staff in N. H. S. trust settings. Some of the terminology will therefore reflect this original purposeThis guide was developed by Des Chow, Wythenshawe Hospital and Jonathan Robert, Bolton, Salford and Trafford Mental Health Trust for staff in N. H. S. trust settings. Some of the terminology will therefore reflect this original purpose
N. B. Permission for this document to be used on the Good Practice in community Involvement web site was given by Mr. Roberts in July 2005
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Conference Report On: “Dialogues for Improving Research Ethics in Environmental and Public Health”Conference Report On: “Dialogues for Improving Research Ethics in Environmental and Public Health”
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In the last Century childbirth was hazardous. Even after the baby had been born and both were doing well there remained a high risk that mothers would die subsequently from puerperal infection or childbed feverIn the last Century childbirth was hazardous. Even after the baby had been born and both were doing well there remained a high risk that mothers would die subsequently from puerperal infection or childbed fever
Strangely, the risk seemed to be highest when mothers were attended not by a midwife, but by a consultant! In some hospitals, of every four mothers who entered, one would die from this disease
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Learning to Grow up with a Sanitation Culture a case Study Of The Nepal School Sanitation and Hygiene Education Programme Shree Banganga High School Kapilvastu September 2001Learning to Grow up with a Sanitation Culture a case Study Of The Nepal School Sanitation and Hygiene Education Programme Shree Banganga High School Kapilvastu September 2001
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Report to the International Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights on implementation by the Russian Federation of article 12 of the International Covenant on EconomicReport to the International Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights on implementation by the Russian Federation of article 12 of the International Covenant on Economic
Russian Federation of article 12 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights as it relates to access of people who inject drugs to drug treatment and hiv prevention, care and treatment programs
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Chapter 8 The Tuskegee Syphilis ExperimentChapter 8 The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment
Phs officers were eager to learn more about the serious complications that the disease inflicts on its victims. To comprehend the magnitude of the risks to the men from denying them adequate treatment
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Structural Fires 1: Br j ind Med. 1988 Sep;45(9): 606-12. Health hazards of fire fighters: exposure assessmentStructural Fires 1: Br j ind Med. 1988 Sep;45(9): 606-12. Health hazards of fire fighters: exposure assessment
Many of these materials have been implicated in the production of cardiovascular, respiratory, or neoplastic diseases, which may provide an explanation for the alleged increased risk for these illnesses among firefighters
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How to feed the world in 2050?How to feed the world in 2050?
Participants in this discussion have expressed a wide range of observations on the current global situation of food and agriculture and of ways for moving forward
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What are the most important findings from your book?What are the most important findings from your book?
Jon Entine was interviewed about his book “Abraham’s children” by Jan te Nijenhuis for the Dutch journal on gifted children “Talent”
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The voices of ghanaian teenagers on the \"problem\" of teenage pregnancy in the netherlandsThe voices of ghanaian teenagers on the "problem" of teenage pregnancy in the netherlands
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