Dempsey Benton

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Although homeostatic mechanisms remain of utmost importance, rhythmic changes are present also. The main ones have a period of 24 h (circadian) or about 2-3 h (ultradian). Circadian rhythms are derived from a body clock, found in the base of the brain, and from the pattern of our sleep-wake cycle, including activity and meal times. These rhythms promote the(More)
  • North Carolina, Michael F Easley, +10 authors Ann H Farmer
  • 2010
counties are presented in tabular and narrative forms with more than 7,000 calculations depicting patterns of births, deaths, abortions, diseases, health care resources, and other data from state and national reporting systems and surveys. This composite of information, contained in a compact foldout, will serve the needs of many health data users. For the(More)
counties are presented in tabular and narrative forms with more than 7,000 calculations depicting patterns of births, deaths, abortions, diseases, health care resources, and other data from state and national reporting systems and surveys. This composite of information, contained in a compact foldout, will serve the needs of many health data users. For the(More)
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