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    • Agricultural safety and health

    • Agricultural safety and health is an aspect of occupational safety and health in the agricultural workplace. It specifically addresses the health and safety of farmers, farm workers, and their families. The agriculture industry is one of the most dangerous occupations and has led to thousands of deaths due to work ... Read »


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    • America's Health Care Crisis Solved


    • American Health Line

    • American Health Line is a daily health care policy which "covers the coverage". It is published by the Advisory Board Company from its headquarters in Washington, DC. It was previously under the auspices of National Journal. American Health Line's primary audience includes health care professionals. It intends to be ... Read »


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    • BeHealth

    • BeHealth is a Belgian eHealth digital platform which provides digital access to all health information and applications through one portal site, on behalf of both healthcare providers and patients. BeHealth has been created on 23 December 2004. It first aim is to interconnect multiple applications from a number of soci ... Read »


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    • Bristol Community Health

    • Bristol Community Health is a Community Interest Company providing Community Health NHS Trust services to the people of Bristol established under the Transforming Community Services initiative. It comprises the community services previously run by Bristol Primary Care Trust. It won a contract to provide children's com ... Read »


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    • California Healthy Families Program

    • The California Healthy Families Program (HFP) is the California implementation of the federal Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) that provides low cost insurance offering health, dental, and vision coverage to children who do not have insurance today and do not qualify for no-cost Medi-Cal. As a federal progra ... Read »


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    • Carte Vitale

    • The Carte Vitale is the health insurance card of the national health care system in France. It was introduced in 1998 to allow a direct settlement with the medical arm of the social insurance system. The declaration of a primary health insurance company (Caisse primaire d'assurance maladie) substitutes the card usage. ... Read »


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    • Clinical Information Access Portal

    • The Clinical Information Access Portal, commonly referred to as CIAP, is a project of the New South Wales Department of Health that provides online clinical resources for health professionals working within the New South Wales public health system (NSW Health). Major resources available through CIAP include: ... Read »


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    • Collaborative Care

    • Collaborative Care is a healthcare philosophy and movement that has many names, models, and definitions that often includes the provision of mental health, behavioral health and substance use services in primary care. Common derivatives of the name collaborative care include: "Integrated Care", "Primary Care Behavioral ... Read »


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    • Condomman.com

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      CondomMan.com is an online retailer of condoms and healthcare products headquartered in Valencia, California. Its web operations were launched in 2002. The website distributes over 10 million condoms yearly to customers, non-profit organizations, and wholesale distributors. Since its inception in 2002, the company has ... Read »


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    • Convalescence

    • Convalescence is the gradual recovery of health and strength after illness or injury. It refers to the later stage of an infectious disease or illness when the patient recovers and returns to normal, but may continue to be a source of infection even if feeling better. In this sense, "recovery" can be considered a synon ... Read »


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    • Cornwall Hospice Care

    • Cornwall Hospice Care is a charity based in Cornwall established in 1980 providing palliative care. It operates Mount Edgcumbe Hospice in St Austell and St Julia's Hospice in Hayle. From 1999 until 2006 the two hospices were run as separate charities though with a single Board of Trustees and one Senior Management Tea ... Read »


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    • Cost per procedure

    • Cost per procedure, sometimes known as price per procedure, is a medical pricing model which describes the average cost of receiving a certain medical procedure. ... Read »


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    • Death midwife

    • A death midwife or death doula is a person who assists in the dying process much like a midwife or doula does with the birthing process. It is "a community centred response that recognizes death as a natural, accepted and honoured part of life. One might say that death midwifery is to hospice palliative care as the slo ... Read »


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    • Debunkify

    • Debunkify is a campaign established in July 2006 aimed at dispelling tobacco and secondhand smoke misconceptions in the state of Ohio. A mobile marketing tour, complete with a Debunkify-branded vehicle and a team of brand ambassadors, canvassed Ohio on a 10-month run, with the aim of debunking tobacco myths and correct ... Read »


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    • Discretionary food

    • Discretionary food is a term for foods and drinks not necessary to provide the nutrients the human body's needs, but that may add variety to a person's diet. Australia's National Health and Medical Research Council describes discretionary foods as “foods and drinks not necessary to provide the nutrients the body ... Read »


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    • Distributional cost-effectiveness analysis

    • Distributional cost-effectiveness analysis (DCEA) is an extension of standard cost-effectiveness analysis that incorporates concern for both the average levels of outcomes as well as the distribution of outcomes, particularly useful when evaluating interventions to tackle health inequality. ... Read »


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    • Ergonomic hazard

    • Ergonomic hazards are physical occupational conditions that may pose risk of injury to various parts of the musculoskeletal system, such as the muscles or ligaments of the lower back, tendons or nerves of the hands/wrists, or bones surrounding the knees. Ergonomic hazards include things such as awkward or extreme postu ... Read »


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    • Escalpelamento

    • Scalping is the eradication of the scalp from the skull, in most cases because of boat motors. Scalping is a widespread problem in the Amazon region, where this type of accident is common, because of the poor safety conditions of the typical boats used to travel and to work throughout the Amazon River, called Voadoras. ... Read »


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    • EudraVigilance

    • EudraVigilance (European Union Drug Regulating Authorities Pharmacovigilance) is the European data processing network and management system for reporting and evaluation of suspected adverse reactions during the development of new drugs and for following the marketing authorisation of medicinal products in the European ... Read »


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    • Fitness Republic

    • Fitness Republic is an active online community founded in 2007 by Asad Khan. The company’s mission is to educate readers on healthy living and provide expert verified content focusing on physical fitness, factual nutritional information and wellness. Fitness Republic caters primarily to an 18-40 audience and the ... Read »


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    • Galilee Community General Jewish Hospital of Uganda

    • Galilee Community General Jewish Hospital of Uganda is a 50-bed community hospital in the Masanafu neighborhood, in Lubaga Division, in Kampala, the capital and largest city in the country. The hospital in located in Masanafu, off of Sentema Road, in northwestern Kampala, about 9 kilometres (6 mi) west of Mulago Na ... Read »


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    • Maria Nieves Garcia-Casal

    • Dr Maria de las Nieves Garcia-Casal (born 1962, A Coruña, Galicia (Spain), is the first nutritionist and first woman to lead the Latin American Society of Nutrition (SLAN) as its President during the period 2012 to 2015 She is currently the President of the Venezuelan Chapter of the Society for the period 2014-2016 ... Read »


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    • Great Smoky Mountains Study

    • The Great Smoky Mountains Study is a longitudinal study led by William Copeland (professor) from Duke University Medical Center that started in 1993 and ended in 2003. It followed 1,420 children from western North Carolina. Participants were interviewed at up to nine points in time - first aged 9 to 16, and again at ag ... Read »


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    • Health care in Antigua and Barbuda

    • Health care in Antigua and Barbuda is provided through four institutions maintained for the care of the sick and aged. Holberton Hospital, with 135 beds, is the only public acute care facility. The only private hospital is Adelin Medical Center. Other facilities include the Fiennes Institute for the aged, with 100 beds ... Read »


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    • Health Equity Impact Analysis

    • A Health Equity Impact Analysis is a decision support tool which walks users through the steps of identifying how a program, policy or similar initiative will impact population groups in different ways. HEIAs are meant to show, inter alia, unintended potential impacts. The goal is to maximize positive impacts and reduc ... Read »


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    • Health in Macedonia

    • In 2015 it was estimated that 11.44% of the population has diabetes, costing about $403 per person per year. According to the Euro health consumer index the Macedonian health system made the most remarkable advance of any country in the history of their Index, from 27th to 16th place in 2014, because by implementing a ... Read »


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    • Health in Malaysia

    • Malaysia has a young population. In 2010 half the population was under 25. Life expectancy at birth was 74 at birth and 19 at age 60. According to the World Health Organisation health status in Malaysia is relatively good, and the country is on target to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. The proportion of eld ... Read »


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    • Health in Montenegro

    • In 2015 it was estimated that 12% of the population has diabetes. ... Read »


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    • Health in Oman

    • Life expectancy at birth in 2013 was 74 for men and 79 for women. In 2014 Sultan Qaboos University published research showing that 30% of the Omani population was overweight and 20% was obese. A ban on smoking in public places was introduced in 2010. Restaurants, malls and other public places were required to all ... Read »


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    • Health in Singapore

    • Singapore is one of the wealthiest countries in the world, with a Gross Domestic Product per head of more than $56,000. Life expectancy at birth is 82.3 and infant mortality is 2.7 per 1000 live births. The population is ageing and by 2030 20% will be over 65. However it is estimated that about 85% of those over 65 are ... Read »


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    • Health in Tonga

    • Life expectancy in Tonga, which was once in the mid-70s, has fallen to 64. Up to 40% of the population is said to have type 2 diabetes. The people of Tonga are the most obese in the world, with 52.4% of men and 67.2% of women diagnosed as obese. This is thought to be as a result of dietary changes. The consumption of ... Read »


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    • Health in Turkey

    • According to the World Health Organisation the health of the Turkish population has improved because of the Health Transformation Program initiated by the government, which has strengthening primary health care services through the use of a family medicine system. There have been investments in infrastructure, equipmen ... Read »


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    • Healthcare in Algeria

    • Healthcare in Algeria consists of an established network of hospitals, clinics, and dispensaries. The government provides universal health care. The first public hospitals were built in Algiers, Oran and Annaba between 1883 and 1889, and in 1895 the first batch of native Algerian medical students graduated as doct ... Read »


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    • Healthcare in Egypt

    • Healthcare in Egypt consists of both a public and private sector. Public health coverage is offered through Ministry of Health, which operates a series of medical facilities providing free health services. There are two main private insurers. The Health Insurance Organization covers employed persons, students, and wido ... Read »


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    • Healthcare in Kuwait

    • Kuwait has a state-funded healthcare system, which provides treatment without charge to holders of a Kuwaiti passport. A public insurance scheme exists to provide reduced cost healthcare to non-citizens. Private healthcare providers also run medical facilities in the country, available to members of their insurance sch ... Read »


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    • Healthcare in Madagascar

    • Medical centers, dispensaries and hospitals are found throughout the island of Madagascar, although they are concentrated in urban areas and particularly in Antananarivo. Access to medical care remains beyond the reach of many Malagasy. In addition to the high expense of medical care relative to the average Malagasy i ... Read »


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    • Healthcare in Moldova

    • The Moldovan state has a universal health care system. Health care in Moldova known dynamic development in the past years, the hospitals being equipped with ultra-modern equipment, the new surgical blocks and general medical departments being built in Chisinau - capital city. The birth rate is at one and a half ch ... Read »


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    • Healthcare in the Czech Republic

    • The Czech health care system has a great degree of decentralization and market forces used in it compared to other European systems, and the nation has faced substantial problems after the transition from Communist monopoly market to capitalistic competitive market in the 1989-1992 period. From the past top-down centra ... Read »


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    • Healthcare in Ukraine

    • As of March 2009 the Ukrainian government planned to reforming the health care system, by the creation of a national network of family doctors and improvements in the medical emergency services.Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko wanted (in November 2009) to start introducing a public healthcare system based on h ... Read »


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    • HealthWise Wales

    • HealthWise Wales is a project surrounding the health of the population of Wales. It is led by Cardiff University and was launched on 29 February 2016. It hopes to receive over 260,000 participants of the age of sixteen or over. The project is the first of its kind in Europe and hopes to "build a picture" of the future ... Read »


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    • Hepatitis Testing Day

    • Hepatitis Testing Day is May 19 in the United States. ... Read »


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    • HIV/AIDS in Latin America


    • IPP-SHR

    • International Program of Psycho-Social Health Research

      International Program of Psycho-Social Health Research (IPP-SHR) is an Australian research program based in Queensland which explores the psycho-social dimension of health through examining and reporting on the human experience of serious physical and mental illnesses. The International Program for Psycho Social Healt ... Read »


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    • Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare

    • Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare is a joint project between Saudi Aramco, energy and integrated global petrochemicals company, and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, the academic medical teaching and research arm of Johns Hopkins University. It is intended to provide healthcare for the employees of Saudi Aramco and their ... Read »


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    • Kampala Medical Chambers Hospital

    • Kampala Medical Chambers Hospital (KMCH), is a private hospital in Uganda. The hospital is located at 73 Buganda Road, on Nakasero Hill, in the Central Division of Kampala, Uganda's capital city. The coordinates of the hospital are:0°19'02.0"N, 32°34'36.0"E (Latiude:0.317220; Longitude:32.576655). This is ap ... Read »


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    • Kuwait Central Blood Bank

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      Kuwait Central Blood Bank is the only blood bank in Kuwait being operated by the government. It is located in Jabriya behind Mubarak Al-Kabeer Hospital. It was established and founded on 25 May 1965 by Abdulaziz Al-Bashir, haematologist. It became an accredited member with the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB ... Read »


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    • Left without being seen

    • Left Without Being Seen (LWBS) is a healthcare term often used by emergency departments (ED) to designate a patient encounter that ended with the patient leaving the healthcare setting before the patient could be seen by a certified physician. Often the inclusion of this phrase in a medical record is the result of ED o ... Read »


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    • Literatura Latino-Americana e do Caribe em Ciências da Saúde


    • Lompoc Hospital Foundation

    • The Lompoc Hospital District Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, based in Lompoc, Santa Barbara County, California. The foundation's mission is to provide community education, public relations and funds for capital improvements for the Lompoc Healthcare District. The Board of Trustees, comprising 80 c ... Read »


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    • Medical Association of Malta

    • The Medical Association of Malta is a professional association for doctors in Malta. It is affiliated to the World Medical Association. It was founded, initially as the Medical Officers Union, in 1954 by Dr Vincent Tabone. Mr. Gordon Caruana Dingli is the president of the Council of the association for 2014/6. It or ... Read »


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    • Medically indigent adult

    • Medically indigent adults "(MIAs)" in the health care system of the United States are persons who do not have health insurance and who are not eligible for other health care coverage, such as Medicaid, Medicare, or private health insurance. Those who are "medically indigent earn too much to qualify for Medicaid but too ... Read »


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    • MIND diet

    • The Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay diet, or more commonly, the MIND diet, combines the portions of the DASH diet and the Mediterranean diet that are most conducive to brain health. A major purpose of the MIND diet is to reduce the occurrence of Alzheimer's disease. Diet is one of many facto ... Read »


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    • Muesli belt malnutrition

    • Muesli belt malnutrition is a term coined by Professor Vincent Marks, author of the book Panic Nation, to describe the supposed phenomenon that parents feeding their children what is seen as an "extremely healthy" diet could be depriving their children of essential fats. A study carried out at Bristol University exami ... Read »


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    • National AIDS Control Programme

    • The National AIDS Control Programme (NACP) is a government health organization of Tanzania. It was founded in 1986 and it operates under the purview of the country's Ministry of Health. The NACP is a policy making board, on the issue of HIV and AIDS in Tanzania. ... Read »


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    • National minimum dataset

    • In health informatics, a national minimum dataset is a database of health encounters held by a central repository. Minimum implies that the data fields will be only those required to aggregate information for the purposes of administering the health system in the particular country and for reporting information requir ... Read »


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    • National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles

    • The National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (NATSAL) is the name given to a series of face-to-face surveys of people in the United Kingdom regarding their sexual behaviour and patterns. The three rounds of interviews completed to date are NATSAL I (1990–91) and NATSAL II (2000-01) and NATSAL III (2010â ... Read »


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    • National Treatment Purchase Fund

    • The National Treatment Purchase Fund (NTPF) is an Irish government body which was established to decrease waiting lists in the Irish public healthcare system. The NTPF pays for public patients to obtain treatment in private hospitals in Ireland or abroad. The Fund was established under Statutory Instrument 179 - Natio ... Read »


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    • Natural Cycles

    • Natural Cycles is the first app to be certified for contraception in Europe. The app predicts the days on which a woman is fertile and may be used for planning pregnancy and contraception. It was developed by CERN scientist Elina Berglund, who founded the company with her husband, Raoul Scherwitzl. Berglund was a ... Read »


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    • NIA rhesus macaque calorie restriction study

    • The NIA rhesus macaque calorie restriction study was a study started in 1987 by the National Institute of Aging. It showed that calorie restriction did not extend years of life or reduce age-related deaths in rhesus monkeys. It did improve certain measures of health, however. These results were publicized as being dif ... Read »


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    • North Devon Hospice

    • The North Devon Hospice is a charity based in Barnstaple established in 1984 providing palliative care. It operates a Hospice in Barnstaple and palliative home care. It is developing a new base in the grounds of the Holsworthy Medical Centre. In 2014 it won the UK Charity of the Year award. ... Read »


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    • Patriotic Health Campaign

    • The Patriotic Health Campaign, first started in the 1950s, are campaigns aimed to improve sanitation, hygiene, as well as attack diseases in the People's Republic of China. ... Read »


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    • Persistent generalized lymphadenopathy

    • Persistent generalized lymphadenopathy (PGL) is enlarged painful lymph nodes occurring in a couple of different areas for more than three to six months for which no other reason can be found. This condition occurs frequently in people in the latency period of HIV/AIDS. The lymphatic system is part of the immune survei ... Read »


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    • Retiree Drug Subsidy

    • The Retiree Drug Subsidy Program is a program offered by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to reimburse health plan sponsors (municipalities, unions and private employers) for a portion of their eligible expenses for retiree prescription drug benefits. This enables Plan Sponsors to continue providing d ... Read »


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    • Reverse smoking

    • Reverse smoking is a kind of smoking where the burnt end of a hand rolled tobacco leaf is put in the mouth rather than the unlit end of the cigar. It is practiced in some parts of Andhra Pradesh, India. Reverse smoking is considered to be a risk factor for oral cancer. ... Read »


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    • SAID principle

    • In physical rehabilitation and sports training, the SAID principle asserts that the human body adapts specifically to imposed demands. In other words, given stressors on the human system, whether biomechanical or neurological, there will be a Specific Adaptation to Imposed Demands (SAID). For example, by only doing pu ... Read »


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    • Seattle 500 Study

    • The Seattle 500 Study is a University of Washington study that tracks individuals from birth. It is a longitudinal prospective study of the effects of prenatal health habits on human development. Beginning in 1974, this study has continuously followed a birth cohort of approximately 500 offspring. Current data collecti ... Read »


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    • Soul, Mind, Body Medicine

    • Soul, Mind, Body Medicine: A Complete Soul Healing System for Optimum Health and Vitality is a self-help book written by spiritual healer Zhi Gang Sha which provides a controversial interpretation of Traditional Chinese medicine and quantum physics. Published in 2006, within three weeks of its release the book was plac ... Read »


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    • Staff grade

    • In the United Kingdom, a staff grade doctor is one who is appointed to a permanent position as a middle grade doctor. Doctors may have been appointed to this position based on experience and not all doctors will have done postgraduate examinations to reach this position. In the past Staff grades could be promoted to As ... Read »


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    • Steam room

    • A steam room is an enclosed space with large amounts of high-temperature steam, creating a high-humidity environment. People sit in this room in a similar way to a sauna (conversely a hot, but dry atmosphere), for relaxation and purported benefits to health and well-being. They can be commonly found in gyms, sanitarium ... Read »


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    • TARMED

    • TARMED is a system of procedure codes used in Switzerland. ... Read »


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    • Alison Tedstone

    • Alison Tedstone RNutr FAfN (born April 1961) is Chief Nutritionist (National Director of Diet & Obesity) at Public Health England (PHE). She was born Alison Tedstone. She has a BSc and PhD from the University of London. She conducted research into nutrition at the University of Oxford. She is a Registered Public ... Read »


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    • Topical tobacco paste

    • Topical tobacco paste is a home remedy sometimes recommended as a treatment for wasp, hornet, fire ant, scorpion or bee stings, though there is no scientific evidence that this home remedy works to relieve pain. For about 2 percent of people, allergic reactions can be life-threatening and require emergency treatment. ... Read »


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    • Transgender HIV/Aids Prevention Program


    • Vaginal deodorant

    • A deodorant is a substance applied to the body to prevent body odor caused by the bacterial breakdown of perspiration in armpits, feet, and other areas of the body. A subgroup of deodorants, antiperspirants, affect odor as well as prevent sweating by affecting sweat glands. Antiperspirants are typically applied to the ... Read »


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    • Virtual Medical Record

    • The Virtual Medical Record (vMR) is a simplified, standardised electronic health record data model designed to support interfacing to clinical decision support (CDS) systems. vMR is compatible with Service-oriented Architecture (SOA) of CDS. The project is sponsored by HL7. ... Read »


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    • Health in Western Sahara

    • In Sahrawi ethnic groups, this concept of beauty is embodied through the practice of leblouh ("fattening"). Before marriage, girls intentionally overeat and perform limited physical activity for 40 days in order to be attractive for their soon-to-be husbands. Women will repeat this process if they want to gain weight a ... Read »


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    • WHO Pesticide Evaluation Scheme

    • The World Health Organization (WHO) Pesticide Evaluation Scheme (WHOPES) was established in 1960 for setting norms and standards for public health pesticides. ... Read »


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    • The World Starts with Me

    • The World Starts With Me is a computer-based sexuality education and AIDS prevention program aimed at young Ugandans, developed and produced by Butterfly Works Foundation and the World Population Foundation (a Dutch non-governmental organization) in association with Ugandan Schoolnet. It has so far reached children all ... Read »


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