concerned about (someone or something)

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concerned about (someone or something)

Worried about someone or something. I'm getting concerned about the dog because he hasn't eaten all day. I'm sure everything is fine—try not to be so concerned about it.
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More Americans are seriously concerned about identity theft (61 percent) and bankcard fraud (58 percent) than they are about their own personal safety (39 percent).
The respondents were least concerned about changing the Constitution (4 percent) and terrorism (4 percent).
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Similarly, about two-thirds of parents are concerned about loss of privacy (22 percent very concerned) and about one-half (21 percent are very concerned) about their children viewing pornographic material.
food system, most Americans are not overly concerned about the safety of the U.
However, school counselors should be aware that, though these findings offer hope to underachievers and those who are concerned about them, the phenomenon of underachievement remains perplexing.
Schwarzenegger said he decided to comply with the federal request because he is concerned about border security, including terrorists, undocumented immigrants and drug smugglers trying to sneak into California.
Male students were found to express a significantly greater concern for family issues, while female students were more concerned about serf-control and personal issues.
Of all the people who should be most concerned about the implementation of a national student database, students should be at the top of the List, according to The United States Student Association (USSA).
Studies have shown that many consumers are concerned about how their personal information will be used, stored, and protected by companies and other commercial organizations.
McDonald says that environmentalists also are concerned about the contents of the water going into the river, but adds that there is no reason for concern since the water will be going through a multi-stage treatment process that will result in clean water going into the Groundhog.
When asked how concerned they were about health, most participants agreed that while some of their peers were concerned about it and engaged in some physical activity or watched what they eat, most of their peers were not seriously concerned about their health.
Samuelson: Urban audiences are concerned about the amount of farm subsidy money going to just a few farmers as listed on the Internet by the Environmental Working Group.
But there are a lot of details in the 309-page report important to those concerned about EMFs.
5 percent are concerned about the information they provide online being shared in unauthorized ways, and 71.