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A mnemonic for CNS tumors
70s, rule of
General 70% are primary CNS neoplasms, 70% of primary CNS neoplasms are glial, 70% of primary glial tumors are astrocytomas; 70% of astrocytomas are high grade
Children 70% of tumors arise in the posterior fossa, 70% of those occurring before age 2 are medulloblastomas; 70% of supratentorial tumors are craniopharyngiomas
Adults 70% are in the hemispheres, 70% of those in the pineal region are germinomas, 70% of those in the pituitary gland are adenomas, of which 70% are chromophobe adenomas
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more than half is spent marketing to American children.
Statistics from the last seventy years show that society's adaptation to changing food systems have contributed greatly to where children are today with food issues.
Once the holidays are over, child poverty and its attendant problems are quickly relegated to the back pages, despite the fact that, in 1994, the nation's child poverty rate reached its highest level in 30 years, with one in four children having below the poverty line.
First, children are enrolled in programs that emphasize paring costs rather than child growth and development.
In our work with children we have employed four methods to explore their thoughts and ideas relating to interface design: observation, interviewing, focus groups, and intergenerational design teams.
Children can be observed directly by researchers as they employ interfaces to find information.
Children ranging from age 2 to 7 years have a distinctly different way of approaching grief.
Eleven children were nonambulatory, and nine had slow or labored speech associated with cerebral plasy or hearing loss.
The audit, which was introduced Thursday at a forum held by the Universal Health Coverage for California's Children Coalition, provides an up-to-date profile of California's uninsured children, analyzes key building blocks for insuring children, and offers a practical plan for achieving 100 percent coverage of kids.
The social concerns of women in librarianship and the emphasis on their roles as nurturers contributed to their leadership in developing library service to children.
Regardless of how much Eaton and other library directors enjoy children's work and value getting to know children and their families, if rural library directors across the country could have one wish, it could well be, "Send me a children's librarian.

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