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Background Atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease (CHD) have long been considered major contributors to morbidity and mortality in developedcountries [ 1, 2, 3].
Authors from all over the world published articles in Medical Education and to a lesser extent in Academic Medicine, but both journals were dominated by authors from a few English-speakingcountries with the exception of the Netherlands.
Editorial note A commentary on this article can be found at http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-8219/2/5 Introduction Cardiovascular diseases, a major health concern in industrializedcountries [ 1 2 3 4 ] , include vasculopathies such as atherosclerosis [ 5 ] and autoimmune vascular diseases such as lupus [ 6 ] , graft versus host disease [ 7 ] , and systemic sclerosis [ 8 ] .
This is bad, explain the papers, because it could prolong the Asian slowdown by making exports from neighboringcountries and the U.S. more expensive.
For, the list of 48 industrialisedcountries lumps India almost at the bottom--among the ten unhappiest countries--only ahead of Lithuania, Latvia, Russia, Belarus, Nigeria and Bulgaria."
” Its 14th-century crenellated Palazzo dei Consoli is one of the grandest civic edifices in all Italy, and from the piazza and the palazzo’s belltower you have a magnificent panorama of the town and surroundingcountry.
Avis McIntosh was a very fine all round athlete, her skills ranging from hurdling to jumping to crosscountry running and pentathlon.
Marton, farm stay, rollingcountry sheep, cattle, cropping and forestry.
Or you can join an organized group excursion followingcountry trails through scenic landscapes.
In July 2001 in Teheran the experts of the participatingcountries worked out the Statute of the North-South ITC Coordination Council, and on January 22, 2002, it was finally agreed upon and initialed in New Delhi.
Furthermore, exporters (to countries except Australia) must comply with the importingcountry requirements.
As the insurgency drags on, seasonal and long-term migration of labourers to neighbouringcountries, such as India, is becoming critical to the economic survival of many households.
Discussion We have established an elegant and simple theoretical framework for determining an equitable and rational allocation of ARVs to HCFs in resource-constrainedcountries.
After praising Garten for taking seriously the possibility that "the growing ability of the 10 to produce sophisticated goods and services at rock-bottom prices could drag down the standard of living of even affluent, well-educated Americans," Tonelson chided him for imagining that developing countries, China included, would provide important new markets for advanced-country exports: "[C]onsumer markets in these emergingcountries are likely to stay small for decades ... if they don't keep wages and purchasing power low, they will have trouble attracting the foreign investment they require, both to service debt and to finance growth."
Many of those who visitcountry towns in German-speaking parts will be proudly shown the local Rathaus .
Cry1Ac) is a viable solution in affectedcountries, it is worthwhile to investigate the specific molecular mechanisms that make Cry1Aa highly active.
Rutherford served well his science, his laboratory, his university and his adoptedcountry.
With aid from the EU, Portugal became one of the fastest-growingcountries in Europe.
NZ Direct lets New Zealanders traveling overseas or between and within selectedcountries call back to New Zealand without using a foreign operator, making it quick and easy to call home when you're overseas.
Ninety countries have only a census, an old household survey, or no data at all, whereas the remainingcountries fall into a “middling” category (a census and a recent household survey, or two household surveys) (L. Bambas, P. Braveman, N. Dachs, I. Delgado, E. Gakidou, et al., unpublished data).
The papers suggest that American has proven particularly prone to smuggling problems because it has the most service to drug-exportingcountries such as Colombia.
Hustling, bustling peasants hawk the rich harvest of the surrounding farmingcountry: cabbages and oranges, eggs and live chickens (they are weighed while flapping), river fish and squirming eels, and table after table of the most fragrant spices, while stalls and hole-in-the-wall cafés heat up the city’s number-one dish, the Sichuan hotpot.
For most of this century, colonial rulers or nationalist dictators dominatedcountries, monopolizing power with mighty central governments.
I hope that it will be possible for the European Commission to promptly add New Zealand's name to the "white list" of approvedcountries after the amendments have been enacted.
How could New Zealand, my chosencountry, which was apparently so tolerant and egalitarian in every way, be so anti-Chinese?
Kazimierz built great castles and towns, codified laws, and created an entire administrative system of governance for the war-torncountry.
The delegates voted to adopt the Yugoslav amendment as modified by the Belgian representative; namely:(114) "That he has committed a serious crime under common law outside the receivingcountry before being admitted to it as a refugee."
As with the Extradition Act, the Mutual Assistance Act allows for assistance to be given to a requestingcountry with which New Zealand has no treaty or other formal mutual assistance relationship.
But surely the most wicked display of this man's wit was when he told us that, 'in the Soviet Union [he] found a well organisedcountry with concern for trade unions, workers' rights, cheap housing, efficient transport, especially rapid rail underground.'
Given that he was living in an occupiedcountry controlled by the Romans, it is astonishing that in the gospels there is no anti-Roman sentiment to be found on his lips.
A radio was playingcountry-Western music.
Despite threatening weather, the 2002 A&P Show was a great success and a wonderful opportunity for Town to meetCountry in an inclusive Community manner.
The cornerstone of the treaty is its support for the "precautionary principle," which allowscountries to ban the import of genetically altered products without conclusive scientific proof that said products are hazardous.
Trade mark protection is extended to the designatedcountries unless WIPO is notified within a set period of time that protection is refused.
Comparable in size and/or shape to Great Britain, Colorado or Japan, New Zealand has a population of only 3.8 million - making it one of the world's least crowdedcountries.
It might have been Eric the Red who bestowed the verdant name “Greenland” upon the usually snow-and-ice coveredcountry.
The Grockles of Goodrington On the 25th of May 1995 a character in The Archers , BBC Radio's long-runningcountry soap, mentioned spending the weekend preparing Lower Loxley for an influx of grockles on Monday.
But while there is a wide distribution of the contributingcountries, both journals are dominated by authors from a few English-speaking countries with the exception of the Netherlands.
Heath shares his views on each of the main contendingcountries, but makes his doubts very clear when it comes to the likely strength of New Zealand's team performance this time around.
Even stranger, in many of these dairy-avoidingcountries, people get through life with far fewer of the age-related hip fractures that plague Americans.
The Senate has already voted 95-0 against an exemption for developing nations, although the resolution was carefully worded not to demand equal cutbacks for those nations because this would leave many low-energy-consumingcountries with little or no right to burn any fuel.
Stylistically, Country Life is all over the place, attemptingcountry ('Prairie Rose'), psychedelia ('Out Of The Blue'), ballads ('A Really Good Time'), funk ('Casanova'), and a German pub song ('Bittersweet').
The WP reports that House Republicans have extracted something in return for infusion of fresh U.S. billions into IMF coffers: 1) a promise by major IMF contributors to push the agency to require above-market rates and reasonably short repayment periods for its loans (to lessen high-risk borrowing in aidedcountries); 2) a requirement that the IMF release written summaries of its board meetings and other major documents within three months.
Purchasers are seeking to combinecountry living with the benefits of an urban working life.
Country originated in gospel and blues, but since the civil rights era blacks have associatedcountry music with white prejudice.
How can a countryrun a trade deficit when it has the huge cost advantage that comes from combining First World productivity with Third World wages?
But, says the WP , tension between the two countriesremains high over the status of twelve missing Iranians.
But, the LAT points out, this seems unlikely to work because when an all-Euro force was on the ground in Bosnia, there was severe tension between the countriesinvolved and the U.S., which didn't have ground troops at risk.
While service standards differ (many countriesoffer two mail deliveries each weekday, for example), even at 33 cents, U.S. prices compare favorably with first-class rates overseas--Japan charges 74 cents, Germany 59 cents, France 48 cents, and Great Britain 37 cents.
The International Center of Indianapolis is committed to making newcomers from other countriesfeel welcome in central Indiana and to helping all of us to discover the multicultural aspects of our community and prepare for global challenges.
The investor in a Redbrook Country Estate site will own a residential section of approximately 2500m2 and will be able to enjoy the benefits of countryliving and the rural culture without becoming a slave to a "lifestyle block".
One way to answer these questions is to investigate which countriescontribute to the most prestigious journals in this field.
The NYT reports that Secretary of State Madeleine Albright will announce today a policy change on Serbia: The U.S. will end sanctions if the countryholds free elections.
To our surprise a few entries had two countrieslisted in their affiliation field.
Do other countriesfollow similar regimes?
Many countriesrequire that large cash transactions (in the United States, anything above $10,000) be reported to authorities.
As long as the countrycontinues to bask in prosperity, there will be no debate about general economic policy during this campaign.
A British scientist at a government-funded institute in Aberdeen, Scotland, who had been forced to retire early after publishing research showing that rats fed on genetically modified potatoes suffered a weakened immune system and damage to vital organs, has been supported in "an unprecedented memorandum" by 20 scientists from 13 countriescalling for his rehabilitation, the reports said.
Questions have been asked as to why we don't see more teams from around the countryattending events away from their home fields.
German agrees with English here, but other countrieschoose their own cities.
But when a countrygrows, its total income must, by definition, rise one-for-one with the value of its production.
Yesterday Egypt, Syria, and six other Gulf countriessigned a declaration that blamed the crisis on Iraq's intransigence.
Now crisscrossing the countrycovering the 1984 presidential campaign for the Washington Post , she feels "a fatigue near vertigo" at the daily round of spin, counterspin, rumors, denials.
Meeting International Environmental Obligations April 2001 Foreword The world's big environmental problems cannot be solved without countriesworking together.
A direct hit could eventually lead to implementation, but also to an arms race, critics say, as other countriestry to develop technology that outmaneuvers the new defense.
The NYT lead reports that the White House said Thursday it would not submit the proposed global warming treaty for Senate ratification until developing countriesagree to participate in its restrictions, something these countries refused to do at Kyoto until they see developed countries like the U.S. cut their own emissions first.
The NYT lead reports that the White House said Thursday it would not submit the proposed global warming treaty for Senate ratification until developing countries agree to participate in its restrictions, something these countriesrefused to do at Kyoto until they see developed countries like the U.S. cut their own emissions first.
Some countriesprovide a grace period within which an applicant may publically use or disclose the invention without jeopardising a subsequently filed patent application.
Reader Jeff Staiman argues, "People devoted their lives to [ Das Kapital ], set up national economies and whole countriesbased on it.
356: "Jesus 2000" One thousand six hundred seventy-eight people from 19 countriesentered a contest called "Jesus 2000" sponsored by the National Catholic Reporter , an independent weekly based in Kansas City, Mo.
"The most striking aspect of American life at the century's end," he writes, "is how much the countrylooks like the South."
And now the countryfaces what is basically a garden-variety recession, the sort of thing that happens to every economy now and then--except that unlike the United States, or even a similar-sized First World country such as Australia, it cannot try to cushion the slump by lowering interest rates and pushing more money into the system.
Scotland on Sunday rejoiced that "the hounding of the Queen" has ended and that "instead of demanding that the Queen be made to dance to the tune of the mob, the countryappears to be taking its lead from her and her family."
It occurs to "Today's Papers" though, that here may lie the true solution: Let any countryjoin NATO.
In Rome, La Repubblica said in a front-page comment by Sandro Viola that "seldom in history has a countryreceived from the same person so many reasons for hope and then so many afflictions as ... Russia with Boris Yeltsin."
In a countryboasting one of the world’s biggest paper industries, you’ll find here one last town, St-Joseph-de-la-Rive, where you can buy handmade paper, perfect for writing home with distinction.
In March 2000, Atta emailed 31 different U.S. flight schools on behalf of a small group of men from various Arab countriesstudying in Germany who, while lacking prior training, were interested in learning to fly in the United States.
The pleasant cedar buildings of Castle Rock Winery are situated in 2 acres of countrygarden in a semi-rural area.
Only last year did the countrybegin to emerge from a severe depression, but it still lacks consistent electricity in Tbilisi, its capital.
This was most evident in February when over 80 students from all around the countrygathered in Christchurch for the National Games for Students with a Visual Impairment.
(1/6/99) Eleven European countriesadopted a common currency, the euro.
Britain has been in the vanguard of countriespromoting the principles of the Kyoto Protocol.
Advocates of women's rights think the ruling will help defeat the practice elsewhere, because Muslim countriesregard Egypt as an authority on Islam.
United States Department of Agriculture-solicited research from 20 sample countries shows these countriesexperienced an average growth rate of 35% in the organic market.
The Paris paper mentioned Italy as one of the countriesopposed to military action against Iraq, but Italy's leading newspaper, Corriere della Sera of Milan, said in an editorial that the Italian government's position was not yet clear.
Prosecutors from both countriesdecried the way he manipulated the discrepancies between the two legal systems.
Noeline is fortunate in being able to share Scottish CountryDancing with her husband Iain Boyd and together they have attended Summer Schools in New Zealand, Canada and at Saint Andrews, as well as Winter Schools in Australia.
The son of János Hunyadi, Korvin Mátyás (Matthias Corvinus), ascended the throne in 1458 and for the next 32 years the countryenjoyed a golden age of intellectual and civic development.
The document asks that the 29 countriesopen up their postal services, water supplies, finance and banking, electricity generation and supply and telecommunications services to European transnational companies.
Generalisability cannot be assumed, especially since there were different investigation patterns in the countriesparticipating in this study.