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Positive Behavior Support Is the Progressive Alternative to Restraints and Seclusion in Schools

...approach a student's problem behavior proactively. Included in the book are detailed directions on using functional behavior assessments, including an abridged assessment process for students with less intensive problem behaviors. Replete with examples, checklists, tips, and forms, Designing also includes ...

EAU launches new clinical guidelines for 2009 -- kidney cancer

... guidelines will be presented at the 24th Annual Congress of the European Association of Urology (EAU) held in Stockholm, from 17 though 21 March. The abridged versions - Pocket Guidelines which are based on the extended text documents will also be available in Stockholm to all EAU members and press. Prod...

New Strong Knees DVD Offers Knee Pain Relief from Body Insight, Inc. and Gaiam Inc.

...ary Baby Boomer how to strengthen and stretch their way to pain-free knees. Strong Knees includes exercises for all fitness levels and has a 7-minute abridged workout for the busiest of individuals. This knee pain relief DVD also gives the viewer the ability to design their own exercise prescription based on...

Baxter Releases Ninth Annual Sustainability Report

...isaster relief and humanitarian aid. Baxter's comprehensive 2007 Sustainability Report is available online at http://sustainability.baxter.com . An abridged print version and a summary brochure are also available online or via e-mail at onebaxter@baxter.com. The report is aligned with the Global Reporting ...

Bright Bodies Weight Program Lowers Diabetes Risk, BMI in Obese Kids

...n the control group and the weight management group. While the average body weight was basically unaffected among the weight management group, BMI was abridged by 1.7 units and there was an enhancement in overall cholesterol. The control group gained an average of 17 pounds and increased their BMI by 1.6 unit...

Common Pain Killer may Reduce the Risk of Brain Damage in Premature Babies

...r molecule, angiopoietin-2, that the body uses to build blood vessels. The team found that in human brain tissue, the compounds significantly abridged the production of cells used to build blood vessels, and decreased levels of angiopoietin-2 and VEGF, the two molecules very active in building new bl...

Vegetarian Diet Could Reduce Risk of Colon Cancer

...hen taken to an "all-you-can-eat" pizza buffet together in a social setting. When compared with the protein soup, the fatty soup considerably abridged the amount of caloric intake with the following meal in both lean (962.0 vs. 1,188.5 calories) and obese (1,331.9 vs. 1,544.6 calories) subjects. A si...

Diabetes Reduces Life Expectancy, Increases Heart Disease Risk

... than men without diabetes, and diabetes reduced womens life expectancy by an average of 8.2 years. Life expectancy free of cardiovascular disease was abridged by 7.8 years in men and 8.4 years in women with diabetes. Having diabetes at age 50 years and older represents not only a significant increase...
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Identity theft: The business time bomb

...d not be construed as legal advice. Each entity is different and requires consultation with qualified risk managers and legal counsel. This article is abridged from a white paper by the author. ...
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Sociobiology

...closely linked to the field of ... Sociobiology : The New Synthesis by Edward O. Wilson, published by Harvard University Press ... Sociobiology , abridged Edition. Biophilia. The Insect Societies ... Socio-political overview of the circumstances leading to the development of Evolutionary Psychology as...
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