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Rural Work Ethic Curbs Elderly Heart Care

...dy at University of Alberta ,shows a strong work ethic and sense of place appear to influence how elderly...heir work as a lifelong endeavour, and there is an ethic of stoicism with an attitude of I can wait it out or not go to the hospital, said Alex Clark, lead r...

Pride, Even the Hubristic Kind, Allows Us to Survive

...ess," Live Science quoted Tracy, as saying. Work ethic also differed between the two faces of pride. People who held personal, achievement-based feelings of pride regarded hard work as the crucial factor to success in life, while hubristic individuals were subject to view success as predetermined and bas...

Cuba is Exporting Healthcare Now

... the country altogether. Cuba trains doctors in an ethic of serving the poor. They learn to see medical care as a right, not as a commodity, and to see their own role as one of service. Stories of Cuban doctors who practice abroad suggest these lessons stick. They are known for taking money out of their ow...

Health disorders related to obesity hit Asians

...blems at a BMI of 22 or 23 - much lower than other ethic groups,” he said. “If we use international definitions we will be missing about 15 to 20 per cent of people whom we would be able to identify with a lower cut-off point. That's a substantially large proportion, taking the population of India,” said...

Comfort Level, Maximum in Ethnically Diverse Schools

...ral scholar at UCLA. A 'balance of power' among ethic groups may be the reason that students in ethnically diverse schools feel safer and less vulnerable, the authors say. When ethnic groups are fairly equally represented, bullying and harassment may decrease, they hypothesize. In addition, an ethnic ba...

Bacteria Commonly Seen In Radioactive Waste, Hot Springs Found Inside Humans

...ors such as gender, racial difference, and diverse ethic origin in any difference that may be noted is very essential....

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