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Red Sentinelles “The

Red Sentinelles “The r seau Sentinelles (literally Sentinel Network) is a network of general practitioners for 1260 (2 of total metropolitan France) distributed throughout the French territory who participate in a voluntary and benevolent. Participating physicians are known as medical Sentinelles. The network was created in 1984 by Professor Alain-Jacques Valleron, and is now animated by the joint research unit in health UMR-S 707 of INSERM (National Institute of Health and Medical Research) and University Pierre et Marie Curie . The aim of this network is the monitoring of 14 indicators of health .

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Science and Technology Facilities means those Science and Technology Facilities scientific equipment that require a large investment for construction and maintenance and are usually found integrated into distinct structures. We consider two types of facilities: those that are in Spain, and those located outside the country but who have Spanish participation.

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Victims of the

Victims of the bombings of 7 July 2005 London Official sources have confirmed that 56 people died – including four Islamists blew themselves up – in the bombings of 7 July 2005 London bombings. On 10 July, Prime Minister Tony Blair declared that some 74 families had been assigned to the liaison officers with families. There were at least 90 wounded only in the Aldgate station. 95 of the wounded were taken by bus to Royal London Hospital where they were treated, 17 were in critical condition. Many others were treated at St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington. The walking wounded were treated at the scene, an eyewitness said they were “operating on injured people in the forecourt of the Liverpool Street station” . Quickly he sent dozens of medical teams to the area to search for more victims.St.John Ambulance was called to assist the ambulance service in London and hospitals had to call staff who were off duty, in addition to faraway places like doctors Hampshire and Oxfordshire. The waiting room of the King’s Cross station was used as a temporary hospital for victims of the explosion of the Piccadilly Line. Air ambulances were used extensively to provide rapid movement of medical specialists to the locations of the explosions. Several London buses were also used to ferry the injured to hospital. In a press conference on 8 July, gave the figure of 700 wounded in the explosion , 350 of them served in the area and another 350 taken to nearby hospitals (208 from the Royal London Hospital ) . 100 were hospitalized, 22 in condition “serious” or “very serious”. One person died in hospital due to serious injuries.Many injured were foreign nationals, among which included people from Sierra Leone, Australia, South Africa, Colombia, Poland, New Zealand, Israel and China. The first fatality was confirmed Susan Levy, age 53, of Newgate Street Village. It was also reported that two people with Irish passports were killed, an unidentified woman from New Zealand, and one born in the UK, Ciaran Cassidy. There were some problems when medical staff needed comunciarse with people who spoke no English. The recovery of bodies from the tunnel of the Piccadilly Line was hampered by dangerous conditions, such as asbestos, rats and temperatures reaching 60 Celsius (140 degrees Fahrenheit). Being a one-way tunnel, there was little room for workers to pass by outside the train, so they had to work their way through the wreckage, or approach from a place farther along the tunnel Russell Square.Also deeply concerned that the tunnel could be unstable, although in a press conference on 9 July 2005, the authorities said there was no long-term damage in the tunnels at any point. Police believe the four terrorist suspects were killed in the blasts. This makes the attacks are the first suicide attacks in the history of the United Kingdom .

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The diet diet,

The diet diet, diet or sometimes known as diet, all food substances that are ingested forming nutritional habits or behaviors of animals and is part of your lifestyle, d aita comes from the Greek word meaning “way of life. Ultimately, all life is your diet. Animals can adjectives in many ways according to your diet: cannibal, carnivore, detritivore, generalist gum voro, bloodsucking, herbivorous, insectivorous, Molluscivore, nectarivorous, omnivorous, piscivorous, planktivorous, polin voro, vegetarian zooplanct voro, frugivorous, granivore, among the most common. In nutrition, the diet is the amount of food that makes a person or other organism, while dietary habits make the feeding pattern that continues every day, this includes food preferences, family and cultural influence on the individual in Concerning the food you eat.Although humans are generally omnivorous, each culture holds some preferences and myths about food. Moreover, such individual food preferences can be healthy or not from a nutritional standpoint. A balanced diet requires a variety of food intake in order to obtain adequate quantities of energy and nutrients. Dietary habits imply a significant role in health and disease of an individual, which are conditioned by several factors (health status, economic situation, society, culture and religion).


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Sports Main

Sports Main article: Colgate Raiders 80 of students participate in sports on three different levels: the university team (the best college players have to prove in the team), “club” (an informal team that plays with other universities without record) and “intramural” (several teams of friends, clubs, or homes competing in college). There are 23 sports officially recognized by the university, over 40 teams of “club” and 18 sports that are played in college. Colgate participates in NCAA Division I in all sports except football, which participates in Division I-AA. The teams are called the “Raiders,” and dress in maroon, white, and gray. Colgate plays in the Patriot League conference. In much of its history, the teams were called the “Red Raiders” (The Red Raiders).At issue is the origin of the name: on the one hand, it is said that the word comes from the colors of the university (garnet), on the other hand, it is believed that refers to the ability of the team to beat its larger rival, the ” Big Red “at Cornell. However, a Native American mascot reflects a third possibility. In the 1970s, the administration had discussed a change of name and mascot due to the fact that they were offensive to Native Americans. It was the name, but it’s over an Indian mascot carrying a torch. In 2001 a group of students presented the issue that the name “Red Raiders” still implied an insult to Native Americans. The university agreed to delete the title “Red” starting Fall 2001. It introduced a new mascot in 2006. In 1989-90, Colgate University was the smallest in the history of NCAA Division I reach the final game of ice hockey, when it lost to the University of Wisconsin.Parke-Davis gave the football team first ranking in Division I in 1875 and 1932. Colgate began playing in Division I-AA in 1982 and reached the playoffs in 1982, 1983, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2003 and 2005. In the 2003 season for the first time, Colgate reached the final of the Division I-AA, which lost to the University of Delaware. His record was 15-1. At that time, he won more games consecutively in the history of the division. The Syracuse and Cornell Universities are common rival in all sports, but Colgate does not compete against Syracuse in football, golf, or hockey. The hockey game against Cornell is one of the biggest events of the year, students form a line to get tickets for many hours before the game starts.After the game, students coming to Cornell (as it is two hours by car) cast tubes of Colgate toothpaste – to mock the name shared with Colgate-Palmolive – on the ice while Colgate students throw packages gum “Big Red,” to mock the Cornell mascot.


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Century XI –

Century XI – XIII century geographical position probably played an important role in the rise of school: Salerno, from the Merranean port, both agglutinated the influence of Arab culture and the Greco-Byzantine. From the sea came the books of Avicenna and Averroes, and the sea reaches the doctor also Carthaginian (or Ifriqiya) Constantine the African who lived in the city several years and many texts translated from Arabic: the Hippocratic Aphorism and Prognostica Tegni and Megategni Galen, the amalaka (also known as “Liber Regius,” or Pantegni) of Ali ibn Abbas (Abbas Haliya), the Viaticum Ibn al Jazzar, the Liber Liber divisionum and experimentorum of Rhazes and dietorum Liber, Liber Liber urinarium and Isacco febrium of Toledo. Under this cultural push rediscover the classic work that had long been forgotten in the monasteries.Thanks to the Medical School, medicine was the first scientific discipline in monasteries to escape again confronted with the world and experimental practice. For this purpose increases the importance of the monks, the monastery of Salerno and the neighboring host Cava Abbey during the eleventh century the presence of three major characters: Pope Gregory VII, the abbot of Monte Cassino, Desiderius (later Pope Victor III) and Bishop Alfano I (character eclectic physician, architect and poet). In this context, the School of Salerno grows until it reaches its maximum splendor Salerno earned the title of “Civitas Hippocratica” (City Hippocratic), title of the city still is proud. At that time arrived at the School of Salerno “people from all over Europe, either to seek a cure to their ailments or to learn the art of medicine. The prestige of the physicians of Salerno is well documented in the chronicles of the times and in numerous manuscripts preserved in the largest libraries in Europe.In 1231 the school authority was sanctioned by the Emperor Frederick II in Melfi Constitution provides that the medical activity can only be exercised if you are in possession of a diploma issued by the Schola Medica Salernitana.