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Essential fatty acids (EFA) are structural components of all tissues and are indispensable for cell membrane synthesis; the brain, retina and other neural tissues are particularly rich in long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPUFA). These fatty acids serve as specific precursors for eicosanoids that regulate numerous cell and organ functions. Results(More)
1 Introduction In today's workforce, organizations face the challenge of having to meet the needs of four different generational cohorts that have grown up in different times and have various perspectives based on life experiences and fluctuations in the economy (Twenge et al., 2010). The newest generation in the workforce, generation Y, has been said to(More)
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