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les taxes), et des efforts pour ameliorer la qualite nutritionnelle des disponibilites alimentaires (4); ils peuvent aussi favoriser des changements dans les normes d'aliments et de saine alimentation des Canadiens (selon l'etude de Ward et coll.
Son examen releve diverses lacunes des lois sur la responsabilite de l'Australie, dont la plupart sont liees a l'idee que la Charte exige uniquement aux gouvernements <<qu'ils disent de belles paroles sur les principes de saine gestion financiere, mais qu'elle n'est autrement pas contraignante quant aux resultats de la politique budgetaire (15)>>.
Cette etude nationale a permis d'identifier les obstacles environnementaux importants qui empechent les enfants d'adopter une saine alimentation et propose des donnees de reference qui peuvent etre utilisees afin de suivre les progres des politiques et programmes visant a ameliorer les comportements alimentaires des enfants d'age scolaire.
Homeopathy has a better track record than conventional medical practice, especially in the context of epidemics, according to Andre Saine.
Sheikh Saine, 43, hugged shopworker Fatou Saine before repeatedly knifing her with an eight-inch blade at McColl's in St Enoch Square, Glasgow.
Medications and instruments IV Cannulas, Water purifying tablets, IV fluids --Dextrose Saine, Hartman's solution, Ringer's Lactate, etc.
Fatou Saine, 38, was behind the counter when the man, in his 40s, walked in and attacked her.
Ohio State's field goal was set up by a 46-yard screen pass from Terrelle Pryor to Brandon Saine.
Il est donc pertinent d'etudier quelles sont les mesures qui, dans le zonage, exercent un role de levier ou de barriere pour le developpement d'un environnement urbain propice ou defavorable aux saines habitudes de vie (notamment la saine alimentation).
Georg Fischer has experienced an increase in automaker demands for lighter components [that] at the saine rime require reduced noise vibration and hardness associated with lighter parts," said Georg Fischer's Leopold Kniewallner, head of research and development in Schaffhausen.
The epidemiological evidence for homeopathy, despite being very compelling, is one of the most ignored chapters in the history of medicine," stressed Saine.
Scientists believe this massaging prepares babies for postnatal existence by activating their respiratory tracts and gastrointestinal and genitourinary systems (Blondis & Jackson, 1977; Burgoon & Saine, 1978; Colt, 1997; Montagu & Matson, 1979).