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action study

In cancer research, an investigation to determine whether a particular lifestyle choice made by patients can be used to prevent cancer.
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Gene action study revealed that the traits under observation were governed by additive dominant and epistatic interactions (Table 2).
Other findings from this early qualitative phase of the ACTION study highlight differences in perception of obesity between people with obesity and healthcare professionals.
The majority of this is collected and dumped on the surface of the ground, and is mostly transferred from one location to the other rather than being properly disposed of, a practice known to pose serious health hazards to the community (Nigerian Environmental Action Study Team, 1989).
This action study investigated the effects of a textbook and gender upon the acquisition of exceptionalities content knowledge in an undergraduate teacher education course.
The results of the current action study indicate that students perceive the student-led conference format to be beneficial.
Additional key findings of the IPv6 Government Action Study include:86 percent of government respondents believe that foreign nations' headstart in the adoption of IPv6 in Asia, Europe and other regions abroad will negatively impact the U.
Nationwide, four-fifths of poor children don't have access to summer lunches, the national Food Research and Action study found.
The chapter `Regulating Quality of Care', drawing from her Nursing Home Regulation in Action study, demonstrates the importance of process as well as outcome in implementing policy.
Formerly considered diuretics, mineralocorticoid receptor antagonists (MRAs) are still underused in routine clinical practice, but our data may hopefully contribute to expanded use of these life-saving and low-cost drugs, said study investigator Prof Farzin Beygui, MD, PhD, from the ACTION Study Group, and Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Caen, France.