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Molecular medicine A popular term for the configuration of FSH’s beta-subunit which wraps around and stabilises the beta-FSH dimer, critical for binding of FSH to its receptor. See FSH
Public health A nylon strap with a quick-release buckle—a waist belt, shoulder belt, or harness—in a motor vehicle, intended to minimise jostling in an MVA; nonuse of seat belts is a major factor in RTA/MVA-related morbidity and mortality
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My message to them is simple: a seat belt could save your life and not wearing one is just not worth the risk.
Department of Transportations National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, seat belt use is the single most effective way to protect people and reduce fatalities in motor vehicle crashes.
Neither of them were wearing shoulder-to-lap seat belts.
The first three days after the new traffic law was activated on July 1, police issued nine fines for passengers not wearing seat belts in the backseat.
Seat belt use is proven to reduce these serious injuries.
For light truck occupants, seat belts reduce the risk of fatal injury by 60 percent and moderate- to-critical injury by 65 percent.
In New Hanover County Schools in North Carolina, administrators in 2016 added seat belts to five of their 163 buses as part of a state study.
Among the three Baltic States, seat belts are used most frequently in Estonia both in passenger cars and buses.
A seat belt is designed to protect these two critical areas.
Seat belt use was elicited by the question, "How often do you use seat belts when you drive or ride in a car?
Here are six tips on using seat belts correctly, especially for pregnant women.
LAHORE -- The City Traffic Police (CTP) took action against 107,806 people for not fastening seat belt during a crackdown.