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The constellation of mental and health-related changes in a person who is contemplating suicide
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The best-known danger sign during pregnancy was vaginal bleeding (92.
Which only means that a rising temper in campaign exchanges is a danger sign.
Tenders are invited for Providing And Fixing Fluorescent Vinyl Sheet For Displaying Instructions Of Caution Safety And Danger Sign On Ht And Lt Poles Anmd Other Electrical Equipments In Chp, Magazine House And Township Of Jayant Project.
An officer who neglects to take a tactical class or one in identifying deceptive behavior may miss a danger sign and not even know it.
Slowly, I rolled over the DANGER sign, lifted off the saddle and hung back over the rear tire of my 27-speed Specialized FSR to transfer weight where I would need it most.
While CRP's role in either inflammation or heart disease is far from clear, high blood pressure is a well-recognized danger sign for heart attacks and strokes.
Hospital is slapped with a costly lawsuit--A real danger sign is being hit with a potentially costly lawsuit.
The study shows that only 39% of the respondents could correctly name more than one danger sign for cerebral apoplexy and only 29% could name more than one symptom -- such as numb feelings in the limbs, headache and language disorder.
The Toronto panel "Nutritional Issues for Dancers and Dance Teachers," meanwhile, spelled out what a dancer's body needs to survive, and identified the Female Athlete Triad (lack of eating, no monthly period, and loss of bone density) as the danger sign of a dancer in crisis.
A pulse that remains over 120 beats per minute for more than ten minutes after exercise is also a danger sign and should be investigated.