Guides leaders through a systematic approach to training, consisting of an ordered, comprehensive assemblage of facts, principles and methods for training soldiers and units. Provides a balanced training program that prepares soldiers for successful task performance and provides linkage to other training. Injury control is woven into the training's fabric by recommended exercise intensity, volume, specificity and recovery within its progressive training schedules. Sample schedules provide the commander a doctrinal template that can be applied to the unit's training needs. Append.: Physical Fitness Test; Climbing Bars; Posture and Body Mechanics; Environ. Considerations; Obstacle Negotiations. Numerous photos. This is a print on demand pub.
Report of a nationwide, cooperative statistical effort of over 17,000 city, county, & state law enforcement agencies voluntarily reporting data on crimes brought to their attention. The Program's primary objective is to generate a reliable set of criminal statistics for use in law enforcement admin., operation, & mgmt.; however, its data have over the years become one of the country's leading social indicators. Sections: summary of the Uniform Crime Reporting Program; crime index offenses reported; crime index offenses cleared; persons arrested; the chances of lifetime murder victimization; law enforcement personnel; & appendices.
A collection of fact sheets that offer practical advice on health-related topics for adults in their middle & older years. Includes info. on subjects, such as: arthritis, cancer, depression, diabetes, high blood pressure, menopause, osteoporosis, stroke, prostate problems, dietary supp., exercise, foot care, good nutrition, stop smoking, taking care of your teeth & mouth, getting a good night¿s sleep, safely using medications, choosing a doctor, & hospital hints. Includes a section on how to protect yourself now & plan for the future: crime & older people; getting your affairs in order; hypothermia; choosing the right place for long-term care; older drivers; preventing falls & fractures; there¿s no place like home -- for growing old; understanding risk; & Alzheimer¿s disease. Illus.
Review of Gender Equity in Interscholastic Athletic Opportunities in Minnesota's Secondary
Report in observance of Title IX's 25th anniversary, to examine the progress of Minnesota high schools with respect to gender equity in interscholastic athletics. It concludes that although the growth of athletic opportunities for high school girls has been steady, the opportunities for girls still lag behind those afforded their male classmates in many parts of the state. Chapters include: accommodation of known interests of girls; accommodation of emerging interests of girls; participation data; interest survey data; and conclusions and recommendations. Some appendices include: data 1995-1996; interest survey data; and analysis.
Will help you understand the naturalization process. For people 18 years or older who want to naturalize, or become a U.S. citizen. Chapters: the benefits & responsibilities of citizenship; frequently asked questions; who is eligible for naturalization; what to expect: an overview of the naturalization process; customer service standards; where to go for help; glossary of terms; naturalization eligibility worksheet; & naturalization study guide. The section on eligibility includes: table of eligibility requirements; time as a permanent resident or continuous resident; physical presence in the U.S.; time as a resident in district or state; good moral character; & English & civics.
Findings from Provider Organizations Using Patient Registries
Provides info. on patient registries used by various med. groups around the U.S., including a description of the group; registry; workflow; results; and future plans: Bellin Medical Group in WI; Cambridge Health Alliance in the Boston metro. area; Central Jersey Physician Network; Deer Lakes Med. Assoc., Pittsburgh, PA; Family Practice Center, Sutter Med. Center, Santa Rosa, CA.; Greenfield Health System, Portland, OR; Ideal Health of Brighton, Rochester, NY; Intermountain Health Care, UT and ID; Luther Midelfort, WI; Peace Health, AL, WA., and OR; Physicians Med. Group of Santa Cruz, CA.; Prairie Community Health, SD; Primary Care Networks, Dayton, OH; Quello Clinic, MN; Redwood Community Health Coalition, CA; Thedacare, WI. Illus.
Contents: What is marijuana? How is it used? How long does it stay in the user's body? How many teens smoke marijuana? Why do young people use it? What happens if you smoke it? What are the short-term effects of marijuana use? Does marijuana affect school, sports, or other activities? What are the long-term effects of marijuana use? Does marijuana lead to the use of other drugs? How can you tell if someone has been using marijuana? Is marijuana sometimes used as a medicine? How does marijuana affect driving? If a woman is pregnant & smokes marijuana, will it hurt the baby? What does marijuana do to the brain? Can people become addicted to marijuana? What if a person wants to quit using the drug? Illustrations.
They say that there is at least one book in everyone; I'm hoping that for me this is the first of many. Artistes publish their memoirs presumably as a record of their life to leave behind, so that they are not forgotten; and so it is with anything that I write now or in the future. Language is at the very heart of civilisation, it is the way we communicate, and all written material is the method we use to record knowledge and teach the next generation. Not that this book will teach anyone anything, although in my defence I would add that some of the stories do contain facts that are not commonly known. This is merely a book of short stories that have been written to entertain the reader by creating tales that have an unexpected ending. Hence the title of the book. The challenge for the reader is to guess the end of each story before reaching the last page.
A research report which begins with a description of how normal blood cells develop and what they do. Continues with information about the incidence, possible causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of leukemia -- a cancer that arises in blood-forming cells. Includes information about: acute Leukemias, chronic Leukemias (Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia, Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia, and Hairy cell leukemia), clinical trials and PDQ. Helps the general public and health care workers better understand the several types of leukemia and their treatment. Glossary. Selected readings. Resources. Additional information.