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  • Painters Use Latex Gloves
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    Summary of Latex Allergies Latex Allergy in the Workplace talks about the background of the obvious problem of Latex allergy. Natural rubber latex is extracted from the milky sap of the rubber tree, He vea Braziliensis namely in Malaysia. The history of Latex gloves began over a hundred years ago. The first recorded incidence of hypersensitivity (allergic reaction) to the natural rubber Latex occurred in 1939. Because of the upsurge of infectious diseases there was an increase in imported Latex ...
  • All The German U Boat Torpedoes
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    The Torpedoes The pre-war issue torpedo had the disadvantage of leaving a visible trail of bubbles on the surface on its way to the target. The standard torpedo of the war suffered from early problems with its internal depth-keeping equipment, and its firing pistol, but these were solved after the Norwegian Campaign. In mid 1942 an improved version was introduced with an increased battery capacity. The increased battery capacity increased the range 50%. Falke, the first homing torpedo, was fitte...
  • Political Debates And Impeachment Trials
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    Tyranny At its birth, the United State's most pressing concern was to piece together a constitution to secure their floundering liberties and unite the states under a common rule of justice for all. From the Constitution's elaborate system of checks and balances, one gets the sense the framers seemed very apprehensive about people and their politicians possibly using the government's power tyrannically. This great problem did not cease when they penned the hopeful phrase "more perfect Union" int...
  • Boosts The Body's Natural Testosterone Levels
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    Androstenedione-the truth comes out Androstenedione entered the national spotlight in the summer of 1998, when Baseball home run record-holder Mark McGwire told reporters that he used The supplement to improve his performance. Since McGwire's admission a Little more than 18 months ago, androstenedione use has increased 500% According to a recent press release by Barry McCaffrey, director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy. Manufacturers claim that 'Andro,' as the supplement is commonl...
  • Growth And Development In High Altitude Populations
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    Human Variations in High Altitude PopulationsJessyca Camo 26 november 1996 Thesis: The purpose of this paper is to describe the high altitude stresses and the general adaptations made by the Tibetan population in the Himalayas and the Quechua in the Andes. I Introduction II Background A Quechua People B Tibetan People General Adaptations A Physical 1 Growth 2 Development 3 Core temperature 4 Extremity temperature B Non- Physical 1 Clothing 2 Houses 3 Schedule V Conclusion "Some ten to twenty-fiv...
  • Anabolic Steroids And The Male Reproductive Systems
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    Anabolic Steroids and the Male Reproductive Systems are derivatives of testosterone, which has strong genito tropic effects. For this reason, it will not be surprising that side effects include the reproductive system. Application of anabolic steroids leads to supra-physiological concentrations of testosterone or testosterone derivatives. Via the feed back loop, the production and release of luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle stimulation hormone (FSH) is decreased. Prolonged use of anabolic s...
  • Current On The Effectiveness Of An Electromagnet
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    What Is The Effect Of Increasing The Current, On The Effectiveness Of An Electromagnet When Picking Aim Question: What is the effect of increasing the current, on the effectiveness of an electromagnet when picking up steel pins Originally the idea was to count the pins that the electromagnet picked up, but this proved too difficult. Because of this, we decided to weigh the pins that had been attracted instead. Predictions First of all, an electromagnet has to be defined. An electromagnet can als...
  • Automatic Shoulder Belt Use Rates
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    Introduction The hazards of life in earlier times, even a few decades ago, were much greater than those of today. Human ingenuity and modern technology have made life safer, more comfortable, and longer by reducing the risk with which mankind must contend; but reducing risk is not without its own risk. Automatic restraints are required to be equipped in all 1990 and newer model passenger cars per Federal regulations (Transportation, 1990). This implementation of automatic safety belts does not c...
  • Increase Seatbelt Use Across The Entire State
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    In my family, as in many peoples' families, it has always been tradition to go to the mall on the day after Thanksgiving. The day is usually very predictable. We wake up, have breakfast, go to the mall, walk amongst the large crowds of people, indulge on free samples of chicken, pizza, and ice cream, and sign up for credit cards just to get the free gifts. At least that is what it is usually like. This day, however, was different. It was cold and rainy. My sister and I chose to ride with my aunt...
  • Target Market Actions With The Communication Strategies
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    C 336 Integrated Marketing Communications 5 A Media Select on Strategies and Budgets Exposure Neverfail have used the following mediums to expose our target audience with our brand name: - Official Website - Print - Poster / Banner Ads on the side of our vehicles As we are planning to explore untapped markets, we plan to implement radio ads in these areas. Creative strategy Not sure whether we " re considering to use a generic strategy or preemptive one (pg 274)? Our radio ad will depict a conve...
  • Identify Criminals
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    DNA or Deoxyribonucleic acid been used for many of years to identify people, solve a great number of crimes, and used to help many forensic scientist. It has cost millions of dollars to get the system right but still needs time to increase the analysis process. George Bush and his administration want to use $1 billion over the next five years to increase the DNA analysis, but is facing large backlogs. Bush's goal is to eliminate all state and federal DNA analysis backlog within the five years an...
  • Increase In Human Population
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    1. The process of natural succession leading to formation of forests has been brought largely to a halt in developed countries as a result of the ever-increasing demand for agricultural land to feed the human population. 2. Extensive deforestation is carried out in developing countries to provide land for crop-growing and timber for fuel. 3. The increased level of food production achieved in recent years has been due to the use of fertilisers, herbicides and pesticides although their use also ca...

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