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Immigration policy.
"The Obama administration [has just] announced a policy change that—if it works—should lead to smarter enforcement of the immigration laws, with greater effort spent on deporting dangerous felons andExpand
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The effect of maternal thyroid function of fetal thyroid function and development.
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Immigration and the social contract: the implosion of Western societies.
This book contains a selection of articles on aspects of current immigration to the United States. The focus of the collection is on the question of whether the United States can continue as a viableExpand
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THE EFFECT OF MATERNAL THYROID FUNCTION ON FETAL THYROID FUNCTION AND DEVELOPMENT
ABSTRACT Maternal hypothyroidism is not commonly the cause of sporadic fetal hypothyroidism. Seventeen mothers of cretins were examined two months to twenty-four years after the birth of their lastExpand
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Peripheral uveitis in three children of one family.
Peripheral uveitis presenting in three siblings is described. The course and response to treatment in each youngster is detailed. Periocular and local corticosteroid therapy was effective. EtiologicExpand
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The various types of thyroid malfunction in cretinism and their relative frequency.
Previous comprehensive biochemical studies of thyroidal function in cretins were each performed on a few individuals. Such studies do not permit an evaluation of the incidence of various thyroidalExpand
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Falls in elderly patients with glaucoma.
  • J. Tanton
  • Medicine
  • Archives of ophthalmology
  • 1 February 1992
To the Editor. —Concerning the article by Glynn et al 1 in the February 1991 issue of theArchives, as chairman of the American Academy of Ophthalmology's Low Vision Rehabilitation Committee, I wouldExpand
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FLUORESCEIN-PROPARACAINE HYDROCHLORIDE. COMBINATION DROPS FOR APPLANATION TONOMETRY.
  • J. Tanton
  • Medicine
  • American journal of ophthalmology
  • 1 December 1964
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African Food Security and Population Growth
In their Policy Forum “Science for African food security” (21 Feb., p. [1187][1]), G. Conway and G. Toenniessen fail to prescribe for a key factor in the equation for food security: rapid populationExpand
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