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  • But friendly advisers also joined him, pointing out the risks of his undertaking.

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  • Think of the risks we'd all be exposed to.

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  • Where must she go daily that she risks herself?

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  • Both the telegraph companies and the railway companies had incurred heavy commercial risks in developing the telegraph services of the country and only moderate profits were earned.

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  • Owing to the great risks from fire the villages usually cover a large area of ground, and the houses are scattered and straggling.

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  • The safety of passengers is, indeed, the first care of the railway manager; but the employes, exposed to many risks from which the passengers are protected, must be looked after.

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  • There is a tendency for cautious spinners in England to run no risks and fix the prices of their yarn in accordance with quotations for actual cotton of specified qualities made by their brokers.

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  • Admiral Alexeiev, the tsar's viceroy in the Far East and the evil genius of the war, was at Port Arthur and forbade the navy to take the risks of proceeding to sea.

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  • Now it is evident that brokers in turn require some means of passing on the risks that they are bearing, or some portion of them from one to another, or of sharing them with other market experts, as they find themselves overburdened, and as their judgment of the situation changes.

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  • There are coalmines, several ironworks - one is among the largest in Scotland - and, on the sandhills along the shore, the works of Nobel's Explosives Company, which cover an area of a mile, the separatehut principle being adopted to minimize the risks attendant upon so dangerous an occupation.

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  • This is a recognized and legitimate business risk, differing only in degree from the risks attending all business operations.

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  • Mining is also subject to the risks of ordinary business enterprises, and to additional risks and uncertainties peculiar to itself.

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  • Despite the risks of failure and the probable consequences of such a failure, from the political and moral as well as the military point of view, it was considered essential both by Marshal Foch and Lord Haig that the attack on it should be carried out and that as soon as possible.

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  • The allies determined that they would wage a war without risks, and they were particularly anxious to avoid the risk of defeat in detail.

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  • For a time he was compelled to submit to be guided by his supporters, who were aware of the risks of their venture.

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  • It was therefore only made possible at all by reducing the rations of the fighting men to a minimum and by undertaking the risks of changing the line of communication three times.

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  • To cover the special risks of mining, capital should earn a higher interest than in ordinary business, and if we assume that the sinking-fund be safely invested, we must compute the amortization on a lower basis than 5%.

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  • Maurice refused to run further risks and led back his army to Holland.

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  • The Regular Worker who Risks it All and Strikes it Rich.

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  • Most complications that result from septal surgery relate to the inherent risks posed by nasal surgery.

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  • What about the risks involved in smoking, eating fatty foods, not taking regular exercise, sexual intercourse, or crossing the road?

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  • These risks and plan where workers sir george stokes from zinc sulfide.

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  • Know the risks involved with these parties.

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  • Although this may seem unpopular at first, your friends will still want to spend time with you to avoid the risks associated with an over-the-top party.

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  • One of the biggest risks at any college party is drinking too much.

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  • However, it's also true that party atmospheres on campus can pose serious medical and health risks to students, especially those who are unfamiliar with their alcohol tolerances or unfamiliar with drinking and drugs in general.

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  • Little is known about the risks of these drugs to the fetus; however, the risk of birth defects does not seem to be any higher than for women who do not take these medications.

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  • Intravenous drug use and sexual intercourse with infected partners increase the risks of exposure to most of these infections.

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  • Till then exclusion from church privileges had been a spiritual discipline merely; thenceforward it was to expose a man to serious temporal risks.

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  • He would have plunged England into war with Spain in 1572, when the risks would have been infinitely greater than in 1588, and when the Huguenot influence over the French government, on which he relied for support, would probably have broken in his hands.

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  • But to do so with their flank exposed to imperialist attack from the east, was a task involving grave risks and possible disaster.

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  • Mr Lee edited in 1902 the Oxford facsimile edition of daring always, and he never hesitated to take the gravest risks.

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  • In the days when China green teas were more used than now, the risks to a professional tea-taster were serious, because of the objectionable facing materials so often used.

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  • Wild shrewdly realized that it was safer, and in most cases more profitable, to dispose of such property by returning it to its legitimate owners than to sell it, with the attendant risks, in the open market, and he thus built up an immense business, posing as a recoverer of stolen goods, the thieves receiving a commission on the price paid for recovery.

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  • Probably nowhere is there an agricultural population so prosperous, and so free from the risks attending seasons of drought or of flood.

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  • The khedive appears to have been aware of the risks to be incurred, and in a private letter he informed the general that I rely upon your prudence and ability not to engage the enemy except under the most favorable circumstances.

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  • In occupying the town the British general had expressly refrained from pledging Great Britain to remain there; and the government held that any permanent occupation of a post on the mainland carried with it risks of complications out of all proportion to any possible benefit.

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  • It has been warned of the limitations and risks in use of the information, and despite such warnings, chooses of its own free will to continue to access or use the Contents.

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  • Army could hardly have entered into the calculations of those who were bound not to take too many risks.

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  • It must not be employed in cases of renal disease, owing to the risks attendant upon absorption.

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  • So far as adult life is concerned this superior vitality is no doubt attributable to comparative immunity from the risks and hardships to which men are exposed, as, also, to the weaker inclination of women towards intemperance of different kinds.

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  • If the supply be diminished, the narrower field open to the risks of infancy has the immediate effect of further decreasing the mortality.

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  • The risks which they would have run if they had remained on board throughout are taken into account, as will presently appear, in estimating how much of the damage is to be made good.

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  • Again, the most adverse critics would admit that much was done by the counter-Reformation, and that modern ecclesiastical discipline on this point is considerably superior to that of the middle ages; while, on the other hand, many authorities of undoubted orthodoxy are ready to confess that it is not free from serious risks even in these days of easy publicity and stringent civil discipline.'

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  • He was again - summoned to return to England to explain himself, but declined until he could do so with honour and safety; but he was on the point of going at all risks, when he heard from his mother and brother that the whole family would suffer if he remained obstinate.

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  • His cabinet promised only slightly better terms to the foreign bondholders, but it relieved the financial tension in some degree; and by coming to an agreement with Germany in East Africa and with Great Britain in South Africa as to the delimitation of frontiers, he minimized the risks of conflict with either country.

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  • It is recognized that the great fertility of fishes is nature's provision to meet a high mortality - greater in sea-fishes with minute pelagic eggs than in fresh-water fishes with larger-yolked eggs, partly because of the greater risks of marine pelagic life, and partly because of the greater delicacy of marine larvae at the time of hatching.

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  • The risks of the age of puberty are extreme.

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  • They were willing to take all the risks and relieve her of all responsibility; they filled her coffers with Spanish gold which they plundered as pirates, knowing that they might be hanged if caught; and they fought Elizabeths enemies in France and in the Netherlands as irregulars, taking their chance of being shot if taken prisoners.

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  • For over forty years Arni stuck to his task, rescuing every scrap he could lay hands on from the risks of the Icelandic climate and carelessness, and when he died only one good MSS.

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  • More inclined to the subtleties of diplomacy than to the risks of battle, he had recognized and speedily grasped the disadvantages of warfare.

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  • On this account navigation is attended with difficulties and risks between its mouth and Barca d'Alva; but a railway, running for the most part along the right bank, skirts the river during the greater part of its course through Portugal.

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  • If an examination were a necessity, it would justify the risks, but Mother Nature usually did well enough without human interference.

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  • The Pride Festival treated as a business requires business acumen and is subject to business risks.

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  • If risks are identified by the assessment, information about them should be given to all women of childbearing age in the workplace.

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  • Any therapeutic alliance must sit upon an open plain a freedom that always risks the possibility of rejection.

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  • Environmental audits provide a rapid appraisal of the potential liabilities associated with site risks.

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  • You must bear the risks associated with the use of the Internet.

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  • His versions take risks, but honor the originals ' forms and intentions, making audible a wide array of individual styles and voices.

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  • Reduced risk NYMEX, as with most businesses, is naturally averse to taking risks.

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  • Doctors are also well aware of the health risks for young people of starting sex too early.

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  • Risks include those to the unborn child or child of a woman who is still breast-feeding, not just risks to the mother herself.

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  • All states mortgage broker web site design except our biggest concern risks outside the.

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  • Consequently they just believed the bullshit he peddled them about the risks to the public from people bent on ' disrupting electronic networks ' .

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  • Enough self-confidence to take carefully calculated, moderate risks.

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  • Neonates Risks to the fetus and neonate from maternal chickenpox are related to the time of infection in the mother.

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  • The high technology entrepreneurs also seem to have a certain chutzpah that enables them to take risks and ride the hard times relatively unscathed.

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  • Second, the application of a custom made anti-reflection coating is an expensive process which furthermore risks damaging the diode laser unit.

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  • With prophylactic colectomy, the main risks to life are the development of duodenal cancer or desmoid tumors.

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  • Rokke, a former US army colonel, also briefed the Commons Defense Select Committee on the risks of DU in 1999.

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  • We Inform patients as to the risks involved in having a pregnancy complicated by diabetes and how these are minimized.

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  • I remain concerned that we are not being consistent in our attempts to contain the risks of BSE.

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  • The most important part of the FSR is an assessment of the global conjuncture and potential risks to the UK financial system.

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  • Sir Martin Rees, Astronomer Royal People focus on small risks, like wearing goggles when playing conkers, but ignore the big ones.

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  • The aim should always be to ensure that the implemented countermeasures are appropriate to the risks.

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  • Through our partnership with H2O homes overseas countrywide we hope to educate consumers on the merits and risks of fluctuating currencies.

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  • Another lot will listen but still cringe from political risks.

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  • Because declaw surgery causes significant pain and involves many risks the decision to declaw surgery causes significant pain and involves many risks the decision to declaw should never be made for owner convenience.

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  • Travel Risks Long-distance travel is rarely assured to be safe for any supernatural denizen of the World of Darkness.

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  • The use of a rapid sequence induction technique needs be balanced against the risks of difficult intubation in chronically ill patients with poor dentition.

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  • In a nutshell, the seriously dilapidated Center risks being abandoned by Sport England in 2004.

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  • Its use in the private sector has shown it risks making payment divisive and unequal.

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  • Luckily, you don't need to mess with voodoo dolls to avoid the risks.

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  • The common assumption is that those who worry about computer risks must uncritically embrace earlier technologies.

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  • The risk of developing vaccine-related encephalitis is extremely small in comparison to the health risks associated with the diseases that vaccines prevent.

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  • What would the consequences be of imitating the process employed in the comparator, and what risks would this entail?

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  • Drug use is linked with risks such as accidents while someone is intoxicated, overdose, or infection from sharing injecting equipment.

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  • However, the interpretation used in the research paper deliberately exaggerates the health risks.

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  • However, helpful and important EU Directives on settlement finality and financial collateral have reduced the risks of these legal barriers.

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  • There are many risks to analyze, allocate, mitigate and price and lawyers have to help the financiers do this.

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  • Critically, some staff report that they are not forewarned of known risks where clients have a history of violence.

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  • Students are inspired to take risks in order to produce groundbreaking, highly individual work.

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  • Of course, self-protecting humor risks becoming so habitual that when we really do want to be taken seriously, nobody notices!

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  • There are risks associated with the use of broad-spectrum herbicides.

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  • Of course, such simple heuristics are not without their risks.

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  • Patient enthusiasm for transplantation must be tempered by discussion of the risks associated with surgery, chronic immunosuppression and the rejection process.

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  • The risks of continued inaction were simply too high.

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  • The health risks posed by homelessness are also incontrovertible.

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  • But you run great risks, allow me to say, in being so indiscreet.

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  • Quite rightly, those firms who successfully innovate will be rewarded for the risks they carry by higher profits.

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  • Electricity supplies bombed out of action for military purposes will render sanitation systems inoperable, causing more serious health risks to the general population.

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  • Your boat is comprehensively insured for third party risks.

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  • In fact, the whole world of football risks becoming irrelevant.

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  • These risks are intensified by the fact they are essentially irreversible.

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  • Weapons says Jason this tournament one have the game of the risks.

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  • With the types of DNA used in the kits designed for schools e.g., plant and phage lambda the risks are insignificant.

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  • Similarly, petroleum driven vehicles and inflammable liquids should not be kept in storage cupboards, as these too are fire risks.

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  • The subconscious mannerisms property rights risks full tilt members.

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  • Risk Analysis The Trustees are always mindful of the major risks to which the charity is exposed.

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  • Consider the impact on an organization if it does not adequately mitigate risks.

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  • Night work Employers need to consider risks to new and expectant mothers who work at night.

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  • A very muscular person can have a high BMI without the health risks usually associated with this.

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  • A MAFF Food Sense booklet Natural Toxicants in our Food covers mycotoxins and offers advice on avoiding risks from contaminated foods.

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  • They should only be used after discussing any risks with your doctor or pharmacist antihistamine nasal sprays and eye drops should be avoided.

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  • Clearly this system was designed by someone obsessed with the RISKs of free rides.

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  • The risks of client succession are entirely obviated since the clinic is closed when other practices are open.

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  • Risks are then offloaded onto independent sector providers who try to mitigate risks and costs through higher prices.

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  • The existing imbalances pose risks also to the inflation outlook.

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  • However, in general the benefits greatly outweigh the relatively small risks involved.

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  • The risks to your health of being a little overweight are small compared to the risk of smoking.

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  • The greatest risk still appears to be implanted heart pacemakers, for which various problems are included in the RISKS archives.

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  • Hiatus hernia Other risks chocolate, peppermint, coffee and alcohol hamper sphincter function.

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  • However, the balance of risks on inflation still remain evenly poised.

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  • To reduce risks, methods are needed to identify and control the hazards posed by HAI.

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  • Early history These risks existed from the earliest times, when the usual method of relieving poverty was by charity.

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  • Risks to relatively powerless people - children, the elderly, the poor - seem to be taken much more seriously.

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  • Should she agree, with that information gained, I discuss the increased risks of a twin over a singleton pregnancy.

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  • Please note that there are also risks of dealing with underage persons or people acting under false pretense.

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  • There are also risks associated with the use of antibiotic prophylaxis.

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  • Long-term treatment with tablets such as beta-blockers (Eg propranolol) may reduce the risks of further bleeding.

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  • Total removal would include the prostate, adding risks of incontinence and impotence.

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  • Despite the excellent safety record of Western reactor designs they are still perceived by the public as presenting risks to health and life.

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  • Thursday 14th March Report says foot-and-mouth pyres pose no lasting risk The risks posed by foot-and-mouth pyres are to be discussed in Richmond.

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  • A comment in last week's New Journal warning about the risks involved in postal votes had clearly rattled the councilor.

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  • These risks are only enhanced by the looming recession.

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  • Journeys to a region with a high risk of malaria must be seriously reconsidered in the light of the special risks to children.

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  • But the risks could not have been assessed by the conduct of business regulator without reference to the prudential regulator.

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  • The risks to be addressed are mainly technological and might include market related and financial issues.

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  • The latest EPA figures appear to show much lower calculated risks, thus reducing the benefits from radon remediation.

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  • There are other risks, tho, mainly renal failure and congestive heart failure.

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  • That player had property rights risks expansion into new out a whole.

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  • But as all of you who work in the system will know, the dominant focus is on relative returns and relative risks.

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  • The conservation agencies have major concerns over the risks to top predators from exposure to second generation rodenticides.

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  • Risks are also societal, because they are not shared equally.

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  • The value of human spaceflight - costs, risks & benefits, manned vs unmanned missions.

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  • Have you consulted all stakeholders on what they perceive are the project risks?

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  • In an increasingly sterile world people seem to be reluctant to take risks.

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  • Conventional aseptic filling would be eliminated due to the risks involved and existing medicaments would be terminally sterilized, using new methods.

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  • If an epidural steroid is being considered for you, you need to review these risks carefully with your doctor.

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  • Using non-standard methods of travel could carry risks and should be approved by the lead storyteller.

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  • However, while the Company appeared successful its ongoing evaluation of these risks was limited.

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  • In most women the benefits of taking tamoxifen outweigh the risks.

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  • Rare symptom that may progress to generalized tetanus with similar risks.

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  • I doubt I'll have any more children due to the risks, I feel thankful for the beautiful daughter we have.

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  • The risks to health from smoking tobacco are well documented.

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  • So-called 'zero tolerance ' policing risks damaging community relations and may have little real effect on levels of drug driven crime.

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  • To get a track record in assessment of risks, the parameters would need to be set initially to limit liability.

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  • It is a con trick to use pension saver's funds to take risks Big Business itself refuses to take.

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  • Q. One of my dizygotic twins has died at 25 weeks, what are the risks for the surviving twin?

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  • Under an Open Cover operated by Aon in 1999, the subscribers agreed to be bound by the risks accepted by the leading underwriter.

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  • From this clash of positions has emerged a threat to the peace process that risks undoing the advances of the last decade.

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  • This risks undoing much of the good work that has been achieved in recent years in curbing state subsidies.

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  • Unfortunately, risks which are inherently unknowable will always be able to surprise even the most expert user of the " risk radar " .

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  • Filtering messages with an empty envelope sender risks to render these attempts useless.

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  • As a consequence of the report of this Commission the Railway Employment (Prevention of Accidents) Act of 'goo was passed, putting upon the Board of Trade the duty of making " such rules as they think fit with respect to any of the subjects mentioned in the schedule to this act, with the object of reducing or removing the dangers and risks incidental to railway service."

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  • It soon took the lead in the confederation, though always aiming at enlarging its own borders, even at great risks (see the article on the canton).

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  • During the gloomy autumn and winter of1880-1881Forster's energy and devotion in grappling with the situation in Ireland (see Ireland) were indefatigable, his labour was enormous, and the personal risks he ran were many; but he enjoyed the Irish character in spite of all obstacles, and inspired genuine admiration in all his coadjutors.

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  • The trouble is, no one has adequately quantified the risks.

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  • Climate change has made the market reappraise the way it looks at natural catastrophe risks.

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  • Parents are reassured on risks from pedophiles EDUCATION chiefs in Dorset have spoken out to reassure parents their children are safe at school.

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  • There are thus two major risks for the Labor government in contemplating a referendum on the euro.

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  • It is empowered to ensure and reinsure political risks, natural disasters, economic and commercial risks as well as exchange risk rates.

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  • The aim is to identify and to remediate land, which poses unacceptable risks to human health and/or the wider environment.

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  • Risks Like with any car boot sale or auction, a small number of people will be rip-off merchants.

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  • The leaflet, Avoiding Multiple Births - deciding how many embryos to transfer, informs patients about the risks associated with multiple births.

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  • Conclusions The evidence on efficacy supports the use of statins over a wide range of CHD risks covering both primary and secondary prevention.

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  • Health risks Sniffing these substances can be lethal or cause long-term damage.

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  • In what ways are societal attitudes to health risks similar to other kind of risks?

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  • After controlling for hospital and socioeconomic variables the excess risks were lowered.

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  • We would also accept the risks involved in a four spacecraft mission.

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  • It is staggering to think we can take such risks.

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  • The risks associated with status epilepticus therefore appear to be lower than previously reported.

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  • Using non-standard methods of travel could carry risks and should be approved by the Lead Storyteller.

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  • The risks of a developing a stranglehold on these combined areas need to be examined.

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  • He is prepared to take risks on behalf of the strayed sheep.

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  • The study also looked at the risks of suicidal behavior with patients on drugs.

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  • Risks to the environment must be outweighed by the benefits of keeping the surfactant on the market.

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  • Following the outbreak, the risks from swill feeding became much greater.

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  • Our lives are very sedentary and mentally tiring, which leads to a higher possibility of heart disease and other health risks.

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  • Chloroplast transformation to produce GM pharmaceuticals entails specific risks that are associated with its advantages.

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  • Increasingly sophisticated measures have reduced the risks of infections transmitted by blood transfusion.

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  • It is a con trick to use pension saver 's funds to take risks Big Business itself refuses to take.

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  • They will also protect children from the risks of being unaccompanied on the streets at night.

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  • Unfortunately, risks which are inherently unknowable will always be able to surprise even the most expert user of the " risk radar ".

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  • This alternative fan chart gives a clearer picture of the upside risks.

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  • There are theoretical risks to the foot from the vasoconstrictor effect.

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  • Avoiding occupational exposure to cold or vibration Stopping any vasoconstrictor drugs (unless the risks of stopping outweigh the benefits).

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  • Councilors were told of the joys of 24 hour cities and not warned of the risks.

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  • What are the risks associated with doing something this new and this profound at the very wellsprings of life?

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  • To take risks winnie 's companion is then dealt in.

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  • They can encourage her to take risks with higher yielding crops.

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  • Risks include zoonoses, changes in air quality from the burning of carcasses, and contamination of water supplies and the food chain.

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  • Those with hubris are often willing to take dangerous risks.

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  • My New Year's Resolution is to take more risks and live adventurously.

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  • Startups carry risks and some fail despite the best efforts by management and employees to have them succeed.

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  • Of course, these babies will remain in the neonatal unit for several weeks, and they may develop serious health problems or risks.

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  • However, because premature babies may have more health risks than full-term babies, they will need to be monitored more extensively.

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  • Although many diseases have been virtually eradicated in the United States, they still pose risks in other countries.

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  • It eliminates the need for a day care and all of the risks that can go along with that.

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  • They are familiar with adoption laws, and they can help you avoid many of the risks associated with adopting.

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  • Now that you are more aware of the risks involved in the adoption process, how do you safely choose an international adoption agency?

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  • What research has been able to narrow down are probable causes, risks factors for SIDS, issues that don't cause SIDS, and some good preventative measures that parents and caregivers can take to decrease the risk of SIDS occurring.

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  • Make sure that your pregnancy weight gain is sufficient - studies show a low weight gain for mothers can increase risks for SIDS.

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  • The agency you choose should also be familiar with the orphan visa law, as well as any responsibilities and risks that might be involved with the adoption.

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  • Cesarean section can increase the risks of developing this respiratory condition in newborns.

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  • Avoid unlicensed agencies and adoption facilitators because they may not follow state guidelines, which can create more risks for the adoptive family.

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  • Finally, for more information, visit the First Candle site and continue to education yourself on the risks of SIDS..

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  • As with all investments, there are risks and dangers.

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  • With his or her help, get a good feel for what mutual funds can do for you, how many risks you're willing to take and what you think your investment goals should be.

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  • There are of course risks with purchasing used CDs - the sleeve, or worse, the actual disc, may be damaged.

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  • Despite the benefits of using this shopping method, there are also several risks.

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  • If you want to learn how to buy penny stocks, you'll need to understand what penny stocks are, the risks involved in this type of investment and the best places to look for information on penny stocks.

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  • Penny stocks have four major risks associated with their use as an investment.

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  • Hedge funds are different than other investments because they seek to hedge most of the risks that are associated with the investments by using many different methods such as short selling.

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  • As with any type of investment, there are risks and there is no guarantee that you will see profits instead of losses.

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  • Because of the risks associated with hedge funds and the approval process, if you would like to invest in hedge funds you should start investigating all of your options now so you can be approved for investment sooner rather than later.

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  • Free kittens do come with health risks, but in reality, kittens from any source can have a disease or parasites.

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  • Life is unpredictable, so all you can do is weigh the risks against the costs and make a decision you and your cat can live with.

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  • I would discuss any concerns over potential risks with your veterinarian as well as other options you can try if you want to avoid surgery.

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  • There are some risks involved when a sick kitten and immune-compromised child live together under the same roof.

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  • This way you can get a professional opinion about your son's risks and whether it's safe to keep the kitten in your home.

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  • You won't be able to protect your cat completely, but following these simple guidelines will help you cut the risks significantly.

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  • The risks of incorrect use have prompted the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to evaluate these products and their labeling more closely.

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  • The art of cat catching is challenging, tricky and not without its risks.

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  • Some baiting techniques can be used to catch a feral cat, but there are far more risks involved when you are attempting to handle a wild animal.

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  • Understanding the rates and risks of infection regarding these diseases is important for pet owners because vaccines are not without side effects.

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  • All surgeries come with risks, but there are some impressive advantages to using this newer laser method.

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  • Some prescription medications are available to treat specific symptoms of heart failure, but such drugs are not free from side effects, and many pose risks that are hardly negligible.

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  • Although it may sound like consolidation is the best route for many people, there are some risks involved in doing so.

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  • Or at the very least, you'll be well informed about the risks before proceeding.

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  • Anyone can benefit from simple but effective ways to minimize the risks of identity theft.

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  • These ways to protect yourself from identity theft will minimize the risks.

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  • By being vigilant, you can reduce many of the risks associated with this type of fraud.

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  • In other circumstances, there may be some risks associated with using these cards internationally.

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  • Before using debit cards while you travel, consider the risks and limitations these cards impose.

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  • Because of these risks, you may not want to use your debit card when you travel.

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  • While you cannot stop all forms of identity theft from occurring, you can reduce the risks significantly.

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  • Know what your risks are so you can prevent identity theft from occurring to you.

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  • In response to the risks, professional divorce counselors and child advocates have spent decades establishing proven methods to both circumvent common problems and treat the issues that do arise.

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  • Noise and water pollution are still risks to human and animal health despite decades of knowledge about them.

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  • The risks of composting toilets are not much different that the risks associated with traditional sewage or septic systems.

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  • Biofuels would reduce these risks completely.

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  • Along with the health risks associated with the manufacture of products that use polystyrene, The National Bureau of Standards Center for Fire Research noted 57 chemical by-products released during the creation of Styrofoam.

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  • This article will give you a brief background of BPA plastic, will highlight the potential health risks associated with it, and will provide you with suggestions for how to avoid coming in contact with BPA.

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  • That being said, some research suggests that laboratory rats have experienced tissue changes in their mammary and prostate glands, which raises red flags for cancer risks.

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  • This makes the smog a secondary pollutant that has its own set of health risks and physical damage to humans.

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  • Since uranium is an unstable element, this leaves a great deal of room for error, radiation leaks and risks fission happening too soon, where it cannot be contained.

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  • Nuclear energy may be an alternative fuel source with promising potential, but its risks and hazards must be weighed in the balance.

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  • The harvesting of this heat is known as nuclear power, and while a small amount of uranium can be split to form enormous amounts of heat, the mineral is unstable, mining is difficult, and can pose serious health risks.

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  • This creates health risks that carry long-term consequences.

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  • However, the benefits are known to outweigh the risks for people who live in areas that garner at least the national average of solar radiation per year.

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  • However, acai berries contain even higher concentrations of these desirable compounds and come with none of the associated risks of alcohol.

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  • You'd think if acai could pose any risks, then it would do so in pill form.

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  • Even consuming acai in large doses (as you would by taking it in pill form) has been proven to pose no risks.

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  • While these medications are usually effective, there are a number of risks and side effects associated with taking these drugs.

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  • With all of these side effects and risks, you might want to be safer and select a migraine relief alternative.

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  • Before undergoing any course of treatment for migraines - whether medical or natural - always check with your doctor and have a discussion of the full benefits and risks entailed in that course of treatment.

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  • There are risks involved with self-prescribing any herb, vitamin or medicine during pregnancy, so it is important that you take black cohosh only under the advisement of your health care provider.

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  • There may be risks to mother and child by following the above protocol.

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  • Learning more about the risks and benefits of natural methods such as black cohosh will help you to make the best decision possible for you and for your baby.

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  • There are no known risks with eating products fortified with plant sterols and stanols.

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  • In these ways, ginger may reduce the risks of blockages that can lead to heart attacks or stroke.

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  • The decision to use herbal antidepressants requires a careful consideration of the risks and benefits involved, and is best carried out in partnership with your doctor.

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  • There are many benefits as well as risks of herbal medicine.

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  • Groups such as the National Center for Complimentary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) attempt to document major studies and share efficacy, benefits and risks with the public.

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  • If you choose to take herbal remedies, you choose the benefits as well as the risks.

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  • As for skin lightening or whitening, there are many products out there one can try. however, at risks to one's health.

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  • Besides all of the minor risks mentioned above, permanent makeup complications can take a more serious turn.

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  • Experiment with all shades of eye shadow for brown eyes and don't be afraid to take color risks!

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  • There are always risks when buying, selling or trading stocks, bonds, or any other types of securities.

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  • Risks can be elevated when an inexperienced investor tries to undertake complicated transactions online without the expert advice of a professional.

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  • While there are heavy risks associated with day trading online, there are also definite advantages.

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  • In addition, heavier make-up can make your subject feel like a professional model and encourage her to take more risks during your shoot.

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  • While there are wonderful factors often associated with purchasing any refurbished product, there are also risks that come along too.

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  • Despite these benefits, heli skiing has its risks.

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  • Most people know about these health problems and at some point they may make an attempt to reduce their risks or seek medical treatments.

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  • This study and others suggest there is a link between lyrics that objectify women and glorify the sexual appetites of men, and the increased risks of sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies.

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  • Chat rooms are not without rules and a few risks.

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  • Often a last attempt at controlling or changing the unpleasant cards dealt to them, hitchhikers live only in the now, and most often ignore any dangers or risks associated with that thought process.

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  • Drunk high school girls risk a lot when drinking, including physical and psychological risks.

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  • Taking unnecessary risks behind the wheel like running red lights, driving too fast, not yielding to pedestrians or other cars and tailgating.

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  • Wild and out of control teens might take undue risks and end up getting into trouble with their parents, school administrators, or even the law.

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  • While taking some risks and the ability to think for yourself is part of growing up, teens who gravitate toward self-destructive behavior often end up feeling on edge and out of control.

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  • These side effects will differ from person to person, but it's always best to be informed of the risks before starting any type of new supplement.

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  • For healthy people, there are generally no risks or negative side effects to consuming probiotics.

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  • As with many diets that call for extreme additions or restrictions, a fat-free diet invites many opinions on its potential health risks and benefits.

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  • Various tests can determine if certain foods eliminated from individual diets will pose serious health risks or offer considerable benefits.

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  • Longer speeches - no matter how well written - have much greater risks of interruptions or of being forgotten, and wedding guests may grow restless if the vows take a very long time.

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  • Different colored wedding dresses are becoming more popular, thanks to celebrities who have gone outside the norm for their big day as well as designers that haven't been afraid to take risks for runway shows and magazine spreads.

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  • Going under general anesthesia for any reason poses health risks.

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  • Additionally, women who use while pregnant pose serious risks to their children.

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  • It is important to note that the risks of smoking are the same regardless of whether or not a woman decreases her tobacco consumption for the duration of her pregnancy.

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  • Although this medicine is thought to be safer than smoking, the risks to your developing baby aren't fully known.

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  • Cocaine addiction carries special risks.

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  • But, smokeless tobacco carries serious risks of its own.

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  • Unfortunately, it has many of the same risks as cigarettes and several of its own.

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  • Along with very serious health risks, chewing tobacco or using snuff can have other unattractive effects.

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  • You need to make sure that your loved one understands the dangers, including the physical risks and social consequences, of drug experimentation.

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  • Many of the risks are the same as smoking tobacco and there are some nasty extras included for smokeless tobacco users such as an increased likelihood of having an oral cancer at some point in their life.

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  • Quitting by age 30 reduces the risk by 90 percent - almost as if someone never smoked - and quitting by the age of 50 has gigantic benefits, with health risks dropping a full 50 percent.

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  • Sometimes instead of lessening the euphoric feelings become more intense, and a person will take risks that can lead to secondary physical symptoms.

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  • For those who choose to use it as a replacement for smoking cigarettes, chewing tobacco health risks are deemed to be as dangerous as smoking tobacco.

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  • Risk of heart disease - As with smoking tobacco, chewing tobacco health risks cause a greater risk of heart problems.

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  • Your children and other housemates' related health risks also decrease exponentially.

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  • The following are some important alcoholism facts that provide you with a better understanding of the risks of this disease.

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  • Users must weigh the side effects with the benefits of Clonazepam to figure out if this drug has more benefits than risks.

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  • While there are risks in performing an intervention with a loved one, at some point you have to ask yourself if you're willing to continue watching the addict's downfall.

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  • An alcoholic will drink even when there is a risk of job loss, family troubles and health risks that usually cause havoc with loved ones at home.

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  • I have worked hard and taken risks to get where I am today.

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  • Sometimes the risks of plastic surgery outweigh the benefits, and patients need to understand this.

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  • Icelandic singer Bjork has always been known for being avant-garde and taking risks, but when she wore a dress shaped like a swan to the 2001 Oscars it just looked silly.

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  • Still, the health risks of smoking outweigh the disadvantages of gaining a few pounds.

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  • Safety gear and padding is designed to provide protection to parts of the body that run higher risks of breaking or being injured.

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  • In this type of situation, passengers will be asked to stay in interior areas of the ship to minimize risks.

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  • Dogs can transmit many communicable diseases between one another, and simple precautions can help minimize any risks.

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  • While dogs and humans do not typically trade diseases, keep sick family members away from the animal to minimize any risks.

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  • That said, you may not even have a problem if you do go through with the breeding, but I wanted you to understand the possible risks involved.

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  • Your dog sounds like a lovely pet, but there are risks involved with breeding.

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  • When a dog becomes lost, he's exposed to many risks.

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  • Don't forget to ask if there are health risks native to your destination such as Heart worm or Lyme Disease.

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  • In 2008 however, the product was once again marketed under a special program to manage the risks and restrict distribution.

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  • For Bullmastiffs, cancer, bloat and hip dysplasia are common risks once the dog enters adulthood.

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  • Not every veterinarian agrees on the use of certain types of medications because many have potential health risks if used incorrectly.

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  • For example, some veterinarians view acetaminophen as posing more potential health risks than aspirin while others see it as exactly the opposite.

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  • Since this type of electrical work involves electricity in close proximity to water, it poses greater risks than simple electrical work, like replacing a light switch.

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  • Remember that paint does not have to be permanent and that you can paint over it again in a few years, so don't be afraid to take some risks.

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  • There are many risks, however, with buying fake or copies of well known brands of jewelry or other items.

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  • Finally, women love a guy who isn't afraid to take fashion risks.

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  • That means you can get the same flaky pastry you've always had without any of the health risks of trans fats and without harming animals.

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  • They also pose substantial health risks.

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  • As of summer of 2009, this was a relatively new site in the beta testing phase, but it offers good information on the health risks of some common personal care, household, and food products.

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  • Wool that's organically grown without pesticides offers a natural medium that will provide comfort with very few potential health risks.

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