at-risk


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at-risk

(ăt′rĭsk′)
adj.
1. In danger of suffering from mistreatment, injury, disease, or the effects of dysfunctional behavior: after-school programs for at-risk youth; screening at-risk seniors for diabetes.
2. Likely to result in injury, disease, or other negative consequences: at-risk occupations; at-risk behaviors.
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Fourth, the "second track" of trade policy would also be mobilized by the granting of immediate free access to imports from the at-risk countries (LDCs, HIPCs and SSA).
More cases can be expected in the at-risk children as they age, Dr.
From the pool of students nominated by teachers as at-risk for school failure, 35 of the students also exhibited externalizing and hyperactivity-inattentive behaviors (At-Risk + ABH).
For each tax year, if the income received or accrued by the activity exceeds deductions allocable to the activity, then deductions are allowed and no at-risk limitation applies (Sec.
Sailing Project Endeavor's mission is to transform at-risk youth into leaders capable of positive contributions on a global scale.
Across England, 44 per cent of at-risk children went unvaccinated - nearly 19,000 children in total.
TheNAREN-TranZed National At-Risk Education Networkis a private, nonprofit educational agency dedicated to promoting the success of at-risk youth in schools and supporting the professionals who work on their behalf.
At the state level, Florida has the most coastal exposure and has the most susceptibility to storm surge flooding of the 19 states analyzed, with more than 2.7 million at-risk homes across the five risk categories.
said that the FDA has approved once-daily oral Truvada (emtricitabine 200 mg/tenofovir disoproxil fumarate 300 mg)--in combination with safer sex practices--to reduce the risk of sexually acquired HIV-1 in at-risk adolescents.
To do so, officials would like to extend the use of the criteria for overutilizers to identify at-risk beneficiaries.
MORE than two million people in the UK are classed as problem or at-risk gamblers, according to new research.