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globalization

Global village The dissolution of national borders in all aspects of human endeavor. See G7, Global medicine, Third world.

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Q. What are the general symptoms of fibromyalgia?

A. pain...fatigue...i think this tutorial will cover all you need to know about FM:
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/tutorials/fibromyalgia/htm/lesson.htm

Q. is allergy can be contagious? what generally , are the symptoms of allergy?

A. Allergies cannot be contagious, they are not caused by an infectious cause such as a bacteria or virus, and involve an intrinsic pathogenetic mechanism in each body. Some allergens we are exposed to (different materials) may cause an allergic reaction once, and the "memory" cells in out immune system recognizes the allergen the next time we encounter it, thus causing the pattern of - rashes, itching, sneezing, etc.

Q. What are the general benefit of exercise on physical and mental health?

A. Any activity will give strength whether mental or physical. While intentionally picked exercises helps physically and mentally in a regulated way. Physically they improve blood flow to body and make them strong and distribute nutrients. Mentally it helps to improve cognitive function, it protects brain cell and helps in depression reduction.

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Despite this, Rudd can, in the midst of a crisis, denounce the 'economic orthodoxy' that his predecessors pioneered whilst simultaneously praising the vision and strength of Australia's key individual globalisers and economic reformers.
The CIE refers to the developing countries that have restructured policies, institutions, and infrastructure to integrate themselves more fully into the world economy as the "new globalisers.
The national borders so derided by globalisers serve a vital purpose by identifying the groups of people entitled to participate in the government of particular land areas.