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It is proposed that human comfort could be provided in otherwise chilly surroundings by filling the occupied space with electromagnetic energy of centimeter wavelength. Very considerable reductions in the consumption of energy required for the heating of buildings should result from the lowering of interior temperatures thereby permitted.
Electrons have been scattered inelastically from an alcohol-water target containing protons polarized normal to the scattering plane. Scattered-electron energies corresponding to the excitation of the 1236-, 1512-, and 1688-MeV nucleon resonances were observed at four-momentum transfers between 0.2 and 0.7 (B ~ V / C) ~. A search was made for changes in the… (More)
Obesity is a leading risk factor for morbidity and mortality, however, guidelines for prevention and management are relatively recently established. Little is known about what needs to be in place to put these into practice. This research provides an insight into how senior medical students consult with obese patients in general practice, the range of their… (More)
INTRODUCTION Intravenous antibiotic therapy (IVAT) for CF acute pulmonary exacerbations (APE) can be delivered in hospital or in the community. This study aimed to compare physical activity in CF patients receiving hospital and community-delivered IVAT, as well as other health outcomes. MATERIALS AND METHODS This was a non-randomised parallel group… (More)