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n. very high quality marijuana containing lots of THC. (Probably from the association of THC with the use of marijuana in cases of chronic pain.) Where can I get some genuine chronic.
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The research question was: Will there be a significant improvement in the behavior-scale scores of underachieving, chronically misbehaving students when instructional resources respond to their identified individual learning styles.
The benefits of STIs, including the potential to induce autovaccination, have been studied extensively in patients chronically infected with HIV.
helps to assure the chronically ill of services geared to need, and is an essential step in freeing hospital beds now occupied by long-term patients who do not require hospitalization.
In an equally sized group of chronically homeless individuals and families assisted through regular Section 8 assistance (without the additional case management services), an average of 18 participants surrender their vouchers annually.
The study looked at a group of 61 disease-free women; 33 were chronically stressed women caring for a spouse or parent with dementia, and 28 were women with low stress.
In the 2007-2008 school year at the Robert Bailey IV Elementary School, part of the Providence Public School District in Rhode Island, one in five students was chronically absent.
In November 2007, the board met in Randolph, Massachusetts, to discuss that district's chronically failing school system, in which half of third-graders underperform in math and reading, and 40 percent of 10th-graders are below standards in math and English.
The chronically homeless are the most frequent users of emergency shelters.
Almost 1 in 10 foreign-born Asian Americans is chronically infected with hepatitis B virus, according to data from the largest study of hepatitis B infection in Asian Americans to date.
The Montana State University College of Nursing's Women to Women (WTW) computer project for rural women continues to need the help of Montana's nurses in locating isolated rural women who are chronically ill to let them know about this exciting program.
In most chronically draining perforations, tympanoplasty will be preferable to heroic medical efforts with culture-directed intravenous antibiotics.
The simple joys of childhood such as enjoying a night at the ballpark with family often escape hundreds of thousands of critically, chronically and terminally ill children throughout the Tri-State area.
But this time, it's free - part of a new three-year Medicare pilot project for chronically ill senior citizens that offers round-the-clock access to in-home physician care.
The chronically under-funded HR department needs E-Learning Solutions On A Shoestring: Help For The Chronically Underfunded Trainer: its focus is how to incorporate e-learning into a company at minimal cost, and provides chapters on products, incorporation tools, and workplace strategies.
YANGON, Myanmar -- A third of young children in Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, are chronically malnourished, and large numbers receive little or no education, the United Nations' World Food Program executive director James Morris has said.
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