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un·a·ware·ness

(ŭn-ă-wār'nes),
State of failure to be cognizant of something.
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The PEC Direct product candidate delivers the pancreatic progenitor cells in a non immunoprotective device and is being developed for type 1 diabetes patients who have hypoglycemia unawareness, extreme glycemic lability, and/or recurrent severe hypoglycemic episodes.
000, as well as on two of the three factors for all participants: unawareness of racial privilege, t(202) = 2.
Among other vital locations are mosques, shopping centers and malls and oil installations, he said, adding that users of the game who ostensibly take photos of these locations claiming unawareness of the law prohibiting that will be prosecuted and turned over to a court of law.
Researcher Dr Robert Wilson, of Rush University Medical Centre, said: "Most studies of memory unawareness have focused on people with dementia.
She highlighted that mothers because of their unawareness and ignorance used formula milk.
You may not feel any symptoms, even when blood sugar levels fall below 70 mg/dL; this is called "hypoglycemia unawareness.
She suggested that social and economic problems, unawareness are among main reasons forcing women to go to unsafe countries.
Webster defines complacency as "self-satisfaction especially when accompanied by unawareness of actual dangers or deficiencies.
He said dangerous mines would be identified and closed, adding the ministry planned to launch an unawareness campaign regarding illegal coal extractions.
Many beneficiaries don't use their PhilHealth cards," said Tayag who described the "Alaga Ka" program as aiming to address the problem of many underprivileged beneficiaries in the country's unawareness about how to avail of their PhilHealth benefits.
We call on banks not to use population s unawareness about financial services.
There are two main reasons in my experience for the low free school meal uptake, parents' pride and unawareness of entitlement.