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Weaver, John - - 2009
The quality of rural living has long attracted contradictory assessments. In New Zealand where farm produce figured pre-eminently in the economy, opposing assessments abounded. Politicians tended to gloss over rural hardships, favoured an Arcadian myth, and initiated schemes to alleviate poverty by putting people on the land; dissenting portrayals emerged ...
Giuliani, Fabienne - - 2009
Fabienne Giuliani, "Winner of the 2008 Graduate Student Competition: Monsters in the Village? Incest in Nineteenth Century France"
Swart, Sandra - - 2009
In 1902, after a devastating colonial conflict, South Africans faced an apocalyptic post-war world. Farms were burned and the economy shattered. Rut a strange phenomenon was observable among the defeated Boers/Afrikaners. They were laughing. A visiting English philanthropist observed: "There is getting to be something quite terrible to me in ...
Prior, David - - 2009
David Prior, '"Crete the Opening Wedge': Nationalism and International Affairs in Postbellum America"
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Myers, Carole - - 2009
Richie, Fern - - 2009
McCoy, Kathleen - - 2009
Arnett, Jerome - - 2009
Kauffman, Joel - - 2009
Marlow, Michael - - 2009
Smoking bans in public places are promoted on the dual basis that they protect the public from "secondhand smoke"--environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), and that bans never harm businesses. Evidence shows that ETS does not pose health risks nearly as large as many ban advocates claim, and that bans do harm ...
Clay, Beth - - 2009
Many physicians report that off-label use of EDTA chelation therapy for cardiovascular disease and other indications is effective and safe in their hands. Recruitment for a well-designed formal study, funded and managed by the National Institutes of Health, the Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy (TACT), was temporarily suspended pending a ...
Kauffman, Joel - - 2009
Clinical trials show that vitamin D supplementation at higher levels than previously recommended is beneficial for many conditions. It decreases the frequency of falls and fractures, helps prevent cardiovascular disease, and reduces symptoms of colds or influenza. Benefits are also seen in diabetes mellitus, multiple sclerosis, Crohn disease, pain, depression, ...
Huntoon, Lawrence - - 2009
Pitts, Jeffrey - - 2009
Long, Howard - - 2009
Meysenburg, Rosie - - 2009
Ramsland, Katherine - - 2009
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