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Author: Thomas G. Plante
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
A state of the art look at knowledge and ongoing research on the connection between spirituality and health.
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Author: Mary Baker Eddy
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Author: Mary Eddy
Publisher: Applewood Books
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Author: G. G. Birch
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
The Control and Standardisation of National Food Quality. There must be very many different opinions as to what this title means. To some people it will mean the control by legislation of additive and contaminant levels in food, to others it may mean the laying down of compositional standards for different food commodities, yet again some may consider that it covers the nutritional quality of the food and the maintenance of an adequate satisfactory diet for the population of the country. I think certainly that it could be all of these things and a glance at the variety of titles of papers which other speakers will be giving later in this symposium illustrates the very wide area which is covered by food quality in its many aspects. I will try only to present to you some of those aspects which are the concern of government in the control of food quality. I will not concern myself with those aspects which are the concern only of the manufacturer and his customer, and here I am thinking of flavour, appearance and physical state, such as whether canned, fresh or frozen. These aspects, which affect the type of products to be marketed, and also the aspects of quality control which set out to maintain the standard that the manufacturer has set himself, are I think outside my province.
MORE PRAISE FOR Social Networks and Popular Understanding of Science and Health: Sharing Disparities “Southwell is a leading expert on communication
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Author: Brian G. Southwell
Publisher: JHU Press
Category: Social Science
Using social media and peer-to-peer networks to teach people about science and health may seem like an obvious strategy. Yet recent research suggests that systematic reliance on social networks may be a recipe for inequity. People are not consistently inclined to share information with others around them, and many people are constrained by factors outside of their immediate control. Ironically, the highly social nature of humankind complicates the extent to which we can live in a society united solely by electronic media. Stretching well beyond social media, this book documents disparate tendencies in the ways people learn and share information about health and science. By reviewing a wide array of existing researchâ€”ranging from a survey of New Orleans residents in the weeks after Hurricane Katrina to analysis of Twitter posts related to H1N1 to a physician-led communication campaign explaining the benefits of vaginal birthâ€”Brian G. Southwell explains why some types of information are more likely to be shared than others and how some people never get exposed to seemingly widely available information. This book will appeal to social science students and citizens interested in the role of social networks in information diffusion and yet it also serves as a cautionary tale for communication practitioners and policymakers interested in leveraging social ties as an inexpensive method to spread information.
CHA P T E R 11 CURRENT RESEARCH FINDINGS IN THE GENETICS OF
EXERCISE SCIENCE AND HEALTH the mutation has an influence on
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Author: Stephen M. Roth
Publisher: Human Kinetics
The text maintains a practical focus while providing updates on current research findings and exploring how genetics may affect clinical practice and sport performance training.
Christian Science Practice Why are you downcost, O my soul? Why so disturbed
within me? Put your hope in God, for I will yet praise him, my Savior and my God.I
And these signs will occompony those who believe: In my name they will drive ...
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Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Category: Health & Fitness
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147-153 B. Science Ideas 1 . 2 . We say something is in motion when it is moving
. Something is moving when it is changing its place or position . C. Science
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Module Ill. Science and Health 2 Human Beings A. Body parts that work together
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