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Many studies have also shown that gum disease is associated with an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, and preterm birth
Many consumers also rely on manufacturing and processing standards, particularly to know what ingredients are present, due to dietary, nutritional requirements ( kosher, halal, vegetarian ), or medical conditions ( e. g., diabetes, or allergies ).
Many diseases affecting first world countries nowadays, such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes mellitus are very much dependent on a person's actions and beliefs.
Many patients with pancreatic cancer develop diabetes months to even years before they are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, suggesting new onset diabetes in an elderly individual may be an early warning sign of pancreatic cancer.
Many of the graduates of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine have pursued careers in public health initiatives critical to East Harlem, including the battle against asthma, diabetes, unsafe drinking water, lead paint and infectious diseases.
Many disorders with genetic components are polygenic, including autism, cancer, diabetes and numerous others.
Many important historical discoveries and improvements in diabetes care worldwide were developed at Joslin.
Many mutant forms of human GK are associated with impaired or amplified insulin secretion or action, resulting in higher or lower blood glucose levels, and either diabetes ( MODY2 ) or hyperinsulinemic hypoglycemia, respectively.
) Many machines can toggle between both types of measurements ; there have been a couple of published instances in which someone with diabetes has been misled into the wrong action by assuming that a reading in mmol / l was really a very low reading in mg / dl, or the converse.
Many patients who suffer from diabetes can have damage to a single nerve or groups of nerves in the body.

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Many school systems now employ school psychologists and child guidance specialists.
Many specialists claim that it is impossible to advance significant development programs with such a little public sector ( the tax burden in the United States is around 25 % of the GDP and in other developed countries of the EU it can reach around 50 %, like in Sweden ).
Many recognized specialists in the knowledge areas where Korzybski claimed to have anchored general semantics — biology, epistemology, mathematics, neurology, physics, psychiatry, etc .— supported his work in his lifetime, including Cassius J. Keyser, C. B. Bridges, W. E. Ritter, P. W. Bridgman, G. E. Coghill, William Alanson White, Clarence B. Farrar, David Fairchild, and Erich Kähler.
Many specialists, including Jakob Nielsen, a renowned usability specialist, and Robert Adler, the inventor of the modern remote, note how confusing, unwieldy and frustrating the multiplying remotes have become.
Many do so adventitiously, but the most important pollinators are specialists for at least parts of their life cycles for at least certain functions.
Many Rameau specialists have regretted that the collaboration with Houdar de la Motte never took place, and that the Samson project with Voltaire came to nothing because the librettists Rameau did work with were second-rate.
Many found the cost of maintaining high standards of typographic design and technical skill made it more economical to outsource to freelancers and graphic design specialists.
Many level designers have skills as both a visual artist and game designers, although in recent years the responsibility for visual, structural and gameplay related tasks has been increasingly divided among several specialists.
Many proposals to group these into higher-level families have been made, such as in three macrofamilies of Eskimo – Aleut, Na-Dene, and Amerind, though this scheme is rejected by nearly all specialists.
Many day traders are bank or investment firm employees working as specialists in equity investment and fund management.
Many corporals are found in recruiting units in which specialists are temporarily given a lateral appointment to corporal as an incentive for recruiter duty.
Many research workers, hydraulics specialists and engineers have used scale models for over a century, in particular in towing tanks.
Many countries have their own systems for training and registering orthodontic specialists.
Many executioners were professional specialists, who usually travelled a whole area since executions would rarely be very numerous.
Many quality specialists have been using " outer arrays ".
Many culinary specialists declare that Dhaka Kachchi is better than any that the Delhi or Lucknow varieties cooked by Indian chefs.
Many of these flora and fauna are coldwater specialists.
Many specialists who were involved in the studies and development work in this area in these countries have already retired or are close to retirement.
Many installation specialists use a mortising jig which makes precise cutting of the pocket a simple operation, but the subsequent installation of the external trim can still prove problematic if the installer is inexperienced.
Many law specialists have spoken saying that the decision was illegal.
Many previously commissioned sales associates were offered new positions as hourly " product specialists ," while 3, 900 salespeople were laid off, saving the company about $ 130 million per year.
Many medical centres, doctor ’ s surgeries and specialists ’ rooms and related services are located in the surrounding area.
Many of them are clinical specialists and heads of hospital departments in Europe, North America, South Africa and elsewhere.
Many other ancillary disciplines and specialists are available at larger units.

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Many readers of this department no doubt discount certain of my opinions for the simple reason that they can guess pretty accurately, even if they have never actually been told, what my age is.
Many processes are close to adiabatic and can be easily approximated by using an adiabatic assumption, but there is always some heat loss ; as no perfect insulators exist.
Many jurisdiction that otherwise have no barratry laws do have SLAPP laws.
Many barges, primarily Dutch Barges, which were originally designed for carrying cargo along the canals of Europe, are no longer large enough to compete in this industry with larger newer vessels.
Many details of the day's events are in dispute, with no agreement even on the number of marchers present that day.
Many larger, pelagic species such as the Mackerel Sharks ( Lamnidae ) and the Thresher Sharks ( Alopiidae ) no longer possess them.
Many widely played card games, such as Canasta and Pinochle, have no official regulating body.
Many older strips are no longer drawn by the original cartoonist, who has either died or retired.
Many ciphers are based on publicly known algorithms or are open source, and so it is only the difficulty of obtaining the key that determines security of the system, provided that there is no analytic attack ( i. e., a ' structural weakness ' in the algorithms or protocols used ), and assuming that the key is not otherwise available ( such as via theft, extortion, or compromise of computer systems ).
Many had an uninhibited, often irreverent style ; their frank depictions of nudity, sex, profanity, and politics had no parallel outside their precursors, the pornographic and even more obscure " Tijuana bibles ".
Many other " community day schools " that are not affiliated with the Solomon Schechter network take a generally Conservative approach, but unlike the Schechter schools, these schools generally have " no barriers to enrollment based on the faith of the parents or on religious practices in the home.
Many modern scholars of liberalism argue that no particularly meaningful distinction between classical and modern liberalism exists.
Many do not see these voluntary associations as " denominations ", because they " believe that there is no church other than the local church, and denominations are in variance to Scripture.
Many mediums who are good clairvoyants may well have little or no clairaudient capability even though both " gifts " belong in the primary channel of clairsensing.
Many lives were lost in futile attempts to charge across the no man's land where these crossfires were set up.
Many important forest functions have no markets, and hence, no economic value that is readily apparent to the forests ' owners or the communities that rely on forests for their well-being.
Many scientists consider extraterrestrial life to be plausible, but there is no conclusive evidence for its existence.
Many of these churches reject the idea that anyone other than the authors of Scripture can directly lead other Christians by original divine authority ; after the New Testament, they assert, the doors of revelation were closed and councils can only give advice or guidance, but have no authority.
Many root vegetables are very resistant to spoilage and require no other preservation than storage in cool dark conditions, for example by burial in the ground, such as in a storage clamp.
Many, but by no means all true finches have strong sexual dichromatism, the females typically lacking the bright carotenoid markings of males.
Many betting systems have been created in an attempt to " beat the bookie " but most still accept that no system can make an unprofitable bet profitable over time.
Many graffiti artists see legal advertising as no more than ' paid for and legalised graffiti ' and have risen against mainstream adverts.
* Many aspects of foreign affairs policy will no longer be linked to Danish policy
Many clients accept both RFC 1951 and RFC 1950-formatted data for the " deflate " compressed method, but a server has no way to detect whether a client will correctly handle RFC 1950 format.

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