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advisory

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A report issued by a drug manufacturer or government agency about a medical product that may cause serious injury or death to patients.
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Along these lines, we wanted the students to tell us what was important about gender-separate advisories. We took a grounded theory approach to this study in that we were searching for "insight, enhance[d] understanding, and ...
Three seventh-grade boys talked about how separate advisories allow topics to be discussed in ways that would appeal to both boys and girls and reduce the likelihood of embarrassment:
B: I think we've seen distinct advantages in same sex advisories simply because at this age, when the opposite sex becomes something besides just a friendship thing, a lot of times I know from the boys' perspective, I'm not sure about the girls, but from the boys' perspective there are things that they like to share sometimes but they wouldn't if there were girls around.
EPA Public Notification Handbook is the primary information source for drinking water advisories.
Four basic types of drinking water advisories are used.
These activities provide the best opportunity to determine existing resources, quickly and effectively distribute advisories, develop protocols that ensure coordinated and consistent messaging, and appropriately share the responsibilities and communication tasks appropriately among partners (Figure 3).
Through Budget 2016, the Government of Canada committed $1.8 billion over five years to improve water and wastewater infrastructure and set a goal of March 2021 to end all long-term drinking water advisories on public systems on reserves.
The number of long-term drinking water advisories affecting public systems on reserves has declined from 105 in November 2015, to 58 as of June 30, 2019.
Countries like South Korea and the Unites States have recently issued travel advisories following the clash between government troops and Abu Sayyaf in Bohol.
As we move closer to our goal of ending long-term drinking water advisories on public systems on reserves, preventing short-term advisories from becoming long-term takes on greater significance.
Further, several awareness campaigns have been undertaken to encourage farmers to register themselves on m-kisan portal and receive crop and weather specific advisories. Many farmers have been registered through Kisan Call Centre also.
One long-term advisory was successfully lifted: Hollow Water First Nation in Manitoba lifted a long-term drinking water advisory on May 2 Additionally, two short-term advisories that were at-risk of becoming long-term were successfully lifted: Ojibway Nation of Saugeen in Ontario lifted a short-term advisory on May 1; and Sandy Bay First Nation in Manitoba lifted a short-term advisory on May 2 Finally, one drinking water advisory on a public system became long-term in May.