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In this video, we have discussed about the advantages of online learning and its tips which will provide the help to improve the knowledge retention and technical skill.
22 Jul 2017
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soyoungplus net What causes BPH? Benign prostatic hyperplasia is probably a normal part of the aging process in men, caused by changes in hormone balance and in cell growth. What are the symptoms? BPH causes urinary problems such as: Trouble getting a urine stream started and completely stopped (dribbling). Often feeling like you need to urinate. This feeling may even wake you up at night. A weak urine stream. A sense that your bladder is not completely empty after you urinate. In a small number of cases, BPH may cause the bladder to be blocked, making it impossible or extremely hard to urinate. This problem may cause backed-up urine (urinary retention), leading to bladder infections or stones, or kidney damage. BPH does not cause prostate cancer and does not affect a man's ability to father children. It does not cause erection problems.
23 Jul 2017
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soyoungplus net What causes BPH? Benign prostatic hyperplasia is probably a normal part of the aging process in men, caused by changes in hormone balance and in cell growth. What are the symptoms? BPH causes urinary problems such as: Trouble getting a urine stream started and completely stopped (dribbling). Often feeling like you need to urinate. This feeling may even wake you up at night. A weak urine stream. A sense that your bladder is not completely empty after you urinate. In a small number of cases, BPH may cause the bladder to be blocked, making it impossible or extremely hard to urinate. This problem may cause backed-up urine (urinary retention), leading to bladder infections or stones, or kidney damage. BPH does not cause prostate cancer and does not affect a man's ability to father children. It does not cause erection problems.
23 Jul 2017
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soyoungplus net What causes BPH? Benign prostatic hyperplasia is probably a normal part of the aging process in men, caused by changes in hormone balance and in cell growth. What are the symptoms? BPH causes urinary problems such as: Trouble getting a urine stream started and completely stopped (dribbling). Often feeling like you need to urinate. This feeling may even wake you up at night. A weak urine stream. A sense that your bladder is not completely empty after you urinate. In a small number of cases, BPH may cause the bladder to be blocked, making it impossible or extremely hard to urinate. This problem may cause backed-up urine (urinary retention), leading to bladder infections or stones, or kidney damage. BPH does not cause prostate cancer and does not affect a man's ability to father children. It does not cause erection problems.
23 Jul 2017
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soyoungplus net What causes BPH? Benign prostatic hyperplasia is probably a normal part of the aging process in men, caused by changes in hormone balance and in cell growth. What are the symptoms? BPH causes urinary problems such as: Trouble getting a urine stream started and completely stopped (dribbling). Often feeling like you need to urinate. This feeling may even wake you up at night. A weak urine stream. A sense that your bladder is not completely empty after you urinate. In a small number of cases, BPH may cause the bladder to be blocked, making it impossible or extremely hard to urinate. This problem may cause backed-up urine (urinary retention), leading to bladder infections or stones, or kidney damage. BPH does not cause prostate cancer and does not affect a man's ability to father children. It does not cause erection problems.
23 Jul 2017
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soyoungplus net What causes BPH? Benign prostatic hyperplasia is probably a normal part of the aging process in men, caused by changes in hormone balance and in cell growth. What are the symptoms? BPH causes urinary problems such as: Trouble getting a urine stream started and completely stopped (dribbling). Often feeling like you need to urinate. This feeling may even wake you up at night. A weak urine stream. A sense that your bladder is not completely empty after you urinate. In a small number of cases, BPH may cause the bladder to be blocked, making it impossible or extremely hard to urinate. This problem may cause backed-up urine (urinary retention), leading to bladder infections or stones, or kidney damage. BPH does not cause prostate cancer and does not affect a man's ability to father children. It does not cause erection problems.
23 Jul 2017
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soyoungplus net What causes BPH? Benign prostatic hyperplasia is probably a normal part of the aging process in men, caused by changes in hormone balance and in cell growth. What are the symptoms? BPH causes urinary problems such as: Trouble getting a urine stream started and completely stopped (dribbling). Often feeling like you need to urinate. This feeling may even wake you up at night. A weak urine stream. A sense that your bladder is not completely empty after you urinate. In a small number of cases, BPH may cause the bladder to be blocked, making it impossible or extremely hard to urinate. This problem may cause backed-up urine (urinary retention), leading to bladder infections or stones, or kidney damage. BPH does not cause prostate cancer and does not affect a man's ability to father children. It does not cause erection problems.
23 Jul 2017
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Mercury Mercury has no known beneficial role in human metabolism, and its ability to affect the distribution and retention of other heavy metals makes it one of the most dangerous toxic metals (Houston 2011). Mercury toxicity can arise from ingestion of metallic mercury or mercury salts (which are generally poorly bioavailable) or by inhalation of mercury vapor (which is readily absorbed) (ATSDR 2001). The relatively high solubility and stability of certain mercury salts in water enables them to be readily taken up and biotransformed to methylmercury by certain fish; these forms are readily absorbed through the GI tract and are becoming a major source of mercury exposure in humans (Houston 2011). Dimethylmercury, a mercury compound chemically synthesized in the laboratory, can also be absorbed through the skin, and several cases of fatal exposure among laboratory workers have been reported (Nierenberg 1998; Bernhoft 2012). Although humans can excrete small amounts of mercury in urine or feces as well as via exhalation or sweating, they lack an active robust mechanism for mercury excretion, allowing levels to accumulate with chronic exposure (Houston 2011; Sällsten 2000; Houston 2011). Mercury, particularly when inhaled as mercury vapors, can distribute to many organs, but may concentrate in the brain and kidneys (ATSDR 2001). It can also cross the placenta and be found in breast milk (Yang 1997). Mercury exerts its toxic effects by competing with and displacing iron and copper from the active site of enzymes involved in energy production; this induces mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative damage (Houston 2011). Mercury can also directly accelerate the oxidative destruction of cell membranes and LDL cholesterol particles as well as bind to and inactivate the cellular antioxidants N-acetyl cysteine, alpha-lipoic acid, and glutathione (Houston 2011). Because of its effect on cellular defense and energy generation, mercury can cause widespread toxicity and symptoms
28 Jul 2017
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Radiation exposure may involve Contamination Irradiation Radioactive contamination is the unintended contact with and retention of radioactive material, usually as a dust or liquid. Contamination may be External Internal External contamination is that on skin or clothing, from which some can fall or be rubbed off, contaminating other people and objects. Internal contamination is unintended radioactive material within the body, which it may enter by ingestion, inhalation, or through breaks in the skin. Once in the body, radioactive material may be transported to various sites (eg, bone marrow), where it continues to emit radiation until it is removed or decays. Internal contamination is more difficult to remove. Although internal contamination with any radionuclide is possible, historically, most cases in which contamination posed a significant risk to the patient involved a relatively small number of radionuclides, such as phosphorus-32, cobalt-60, strontium-90, cesium-137, iodine-131, iodine-125, radium-226, uranium-235, uranium-238, plutonium-238, plutonium-239, polonium-210, and americium-241. Irradiation is exposure to radiation but not radioactive material (ie, no contamination is involved). Radiation exposure can occur without the source of radiation (eg, radioactive material, x-ray machine) being in contact with the person. When the source of the radiation is removed or turned off, exposure ends. Irradiation can involve the whole body, which, if the dose is high enough, can result in systemic symptoms and radiation syndromes (see Radiation Exposure and Contamination : Acute radiation syndromes (ARS)), or a small part of the body (eg, from radiation therapy), which can result in local effects. People do not emit radiation (ie, become radioactive) following irradiation.
28 Jul 2017
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A patient with early prostate cancer may have the following signs and symptoms: A frequent or excessive need to urinate, during the day and/or at night Difficulty in starting, maintaining, or stopping the urine stream A weak or interrupted urine stream Straining to urinate Inability to urinate (urinary retention) Loss of control of urination that may be associated with coughing or laughing, a sudden urge to urinate, or without any forewarning Difficulty urinating when standing, requiring sitting during urination Pain with urination or ejaculation Blood in the urine or in the semen Abnormal rectal examination Many symptoms of early cancer of the prostate can also be attributed to benign (noncancerous) conditions of the prostate including benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH), or infection in the prostate gland or urinary system.
7 Aug 2017
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What do Collaborative Intelligence and staff retention got to do with each other? lots....
20 Apr 2008
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11 Jul 2008
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18 Oct 2008
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Steve Walker discusses the value of customer retention with Brad Linville and Jeff Marr. They discuss ways to optimize opportunities with customers and touch on the topics of sole sourcing, misallocation of resources, share of wallet, and innovation.
3 Mar 2009
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Demo CD: *******www.PeopleStreme**** Know your people, find your people, keep your people. PeopleStreme's Talent Management Generation3 is innovative talent management software that enables organisations to successfully manage their talent, set up career development plans, improve the succession planning process and drive employee retention rather than respond to unexpected resignations.
19 Nov 2009
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Finding and keeping good people is about to get harder, as labor markets start to open up and your competitors begin hiring again. And even your most seasoned employees could be thinking of making a change after such a long period of difficulty and retrenchment. In this session you’ll learn key strategies to finding and keeping top performers during the ‘precovery’ and recovery economic cycles. This 30 minute webinar by Les McKeown of Predictable Success details how the hiring and retention landscape has shifted and what this means for your organization.
25 Nov 2009
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