The index is a calculated score out of 300 based on concern about
eight specific issues within national, financial, internet and personal security.
Health was deemed the most urgent personal concern of majority of Filipinos at the end 2016 but concern about
being a victim of crime rose despite the anti-crime stance of the Duterte administration, results of a Pulse Asia survey showed.
From a historical perspective, NPD continually tracks consumer awareness and concern about
food-safety issues as well as their eating intentions.
Interpretations of "proper use" have been debated, but it is likely that it was intended as concern about
the concomitant effects Plan B's over-the-counter availability would have.
The Institute filed comments on the regulations and testified at the January hearing, expressing concern about
several aspects, particularly the elimination of the cost safe harbor, its replacement with the simplified cost-based method (SCBM), and the effect of the statute of limitations in the examples relating to the contingent payment provisions.
Consumers' interest in and concern about
potential threats to their privacy have been measured in numerous polls and surveys.
health effects from EMFs first arose in 1979, when a study found that children who lived in close proximity to certain types of electrical lines had a higher risk of leukemia.
In November, the city held a series of public hearings that attracted hundreds of residents from New Rochelle, and neighboring municipalities such as Mamaroneck, Larchmont and Pelham who expressed their concern about
the project's impact on traffic in the area.
For example, if we examine contemporary advice manuals on child-rearing, aside from what they may or may not say about masturbation, they may proffer evidence of concern about
either homosexuality or the prolonged period between puberty and marriage.
The public's concern about
this intrusion has been reported in the popular press and documented booth in the Institute of Medicine's Committee on Regional Health Data Network Report and the Harris-Equifax Study.
It is because of the public's concern about
the potential for harm if they base their actions on misleading information.
Awareness and concern about
the effects of employee exposure to chemicals is growing all the time.
Although the agency believes there's little need for concern about
health risks from such radionuclides in sewage sludge, Hais says, "we're still on the learning curve in terms of radionuclides.
Nevertheless, the concern about
focusing on paperwork rather than results is widespread enough to require careful evaluation.