• SMEs Urged To Cut Risk Exposure By Diversifying Into Other Currencies

    published: 21 Feb 2017
  • Cancers - Top 10 Ways to Cut Your Risk - Occupational Health & Your Exposure

    Cancers - Top 10 Ways to Cut Your Risk - Occupational Health & Your Exposure In Cancers, Part 1 & 2, we covered what substances in the environment are known to cause or are likely to cause cancer in humans - and where they are found. This video outlines the Top Ten known ways to cut your risk of developing cancers. Share this information with your friends, family and co-workers. Cancers can be prevented or slowed in developing. Research is ongoing and the latest developments in defeating cancer are reviewed. Resources for this video are shown below. For more safety videos, see our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/SafetyMemos Never miss a new safety video. Subscribe to the Safety Memos channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/SafetyMemos?sub_confirmation=1 NCI’s on-line library of...

    published: 10 Sep 2014
  • Inside the Research: Cutting pollutant exposure on your commute.

    A pair of engineers at Washington University in St. Louis’s School of Engineering & Applied Science took an in-depth look at their own commutes to figure out when the ride home gets most hazardous to your health. Their findings led them to a simple but effective way to cut your risk of exposure while you’re on the road.

    published: 07 Aug 2017
  • Credit Risk Exposure

    published: 30 Mar 2016
  • Photoshop CS6 - Fixing Bad Lighting/Bad Exposure - Tutorial

    Discover the key dietary secrets that will enable you to lose weight, feel great and lower your risk for heart disease and diabetes now.. http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Unification-Diet-Health-Disease/dp/0615797806 http://www.brusheezy.com/ - FREE Photoshop Brushes *For Beginners* In this tutorial you will be learning how to fix bad lighting. Easy to follow ✓ High Definition ✓ I'm pretty sure this tutorial will work for previous versions of Adobe Photoshop too. Rate + Comment + Subscribe = More Tutorials

    published: 15 Aug 2010
  • Silica Exposure

    Silica is a common substance found in sand, rock, and building materials such as concrete and brick. Cutting, grinding, or drilling these materials releases dangerous crystalline silica dust into the air. This video shows how breathing in silica dust can cause permanent damage to the lungs.

    published: 20 Jul 2010
  • Some Ways You Can Contract HIV and Their Risks

    This video discusses some ways you can contract HIV and the risk of each one. People often ask us which sexual practices have a relatively higher risk of HIV transmission and which have a relatively lower risk. This video discusses the estimated risk of HIV transmission for mother-to-child transmission, needle sharing, and for some common sexual practices including anal sex, vaginal sex, and oral sex on men and women. These statistics are just estimates based on the currently available scientific information. The risk of contracting HIV from a partner will also vary at different times during their infection. A person who has contracted HIV is most infectious shortly after they have acquired the virus, known as primary HIV infection. The cited figures here are estimated average risks, and r...

    published: 01 Apr 2008
  • Initial Coin Offering: Cutting Through The Bullshit

    Initial Coin Offering: Cutting Through The Bullshit You'll receive $10 in free bitcoin by signing up with this link http://bit.ly/2oesV41 Bitcoin & Ethereum Storage Wallet: http://bit.ly/2o7BmgW Blockgeeks https://www.youtube.com/c/BlockGeeks ICOs are great right? As with anything, there are two sides to this coin as well, so let’s explore the Pros and Cons of ICOs. Pros of ICO Gives opportunities to promising projects: Think of what Ethereum has accomplished in the last year. From becoming the second most powerful cryptocurrency in the world to providing a platform for DAPP creators to create their projects. It is truly becoming the “platform where the future will be built”. All this got started because of an ICO. Doesn’t require unnecessary paperwork: Many projects don’t get exe...

    published: 06 Jul 2017
  • Transmission and Prevention of HIV

    The modes of transmission of HIV are numerous. This animation describes the common and less common ways in which HIV can be transmitted from one person to another. While HIV is most commonly spread from an infected person through vaginal or anal intercourse, as well as intravenous blood exposure through the sharing of needles, there are practices and measures that you can take to help minimize the risk of becoming infected.

    published: 06 Nov 2013
  • Mould Exposure

    This video shows how mould can grow quickly on damp materials such as cardboard, paper, wood, and drywall. As mould grows, it releases spores into the air. Exposure to mould spores can affect your health, especially if you have allergies, asthma, or a weak immune system.

    published: 20 Jul 2010
  • Can Peanut Allergies Be Cut by Early Exposure?

    Early exposure to common allergies may dramatically reduce their effects, according to a recent study, which found that eating peanut products as a baby greatly cuts the risk of developing that allergy. Are food and drug companies using allergies as a ploy to make more money?

    published: 25 Feb 2015
  • Credit Exposure

    Very often SMEs struggle with lack of working capital due to extended payment delays. What is the solution?

    published: 08 Mar 2015
  • Cryogenic CO2 machining trials

    The Nuclear AMRC is exploring the use of cryogenic coolant for civil nuclear machining, with the aim of improving machining efficiency and increasing tool life while minimising the risk of component failure. Cryogenic cooling uses extremely cold gas or liquid to control the heat generated during machining. Benefits can include reduced residual stress and thermal damage, improved surface roughness and longer tool life. Nuclear AMRC machining researchers have installed a carbon dioxide cooling system to the Hermle C60, a flexible five-axis mill-turn centre, and investigating its use in cutting a range of hard-to-machine metals, including steels, titanium and nickel alloys. CO2 can replace conventional coolant for many cutting tasks, and can potentially benefit processes which are usually ...

    published: 27 Nov 2015
  • Cell Phone Radiation: 10 Ways to Reduce Your Exposure

    http://mamanatural.com/ What do YOU think? Will the WHO announcement change the way you use your cellphone? The World Health Organization just came out and said cell phones may cause cancer, listing them in the same category as lead, engine exhaust, and chloroform. Now, the jury is still out on whether cellphones pose a serious risk. But we do know that they emit radiation, which ain't a good thing. Here are the top 10 ways to reduce your exposure. 1. Use speakerphone or a headset Speakerphone is ideal. Using a headset is better than holding the phone against your face. But radiation still passes through both bluetooth and wired earpieces. A safer option is an "air tube" earpiece. Instead of using a radiation-conducting wire all the way from phone to brain, these sets d...

    published: 07 Jun 2011
  • HIV/AIDS: How Everyone Benefits From Undetectable Viral Load

    Suppressing the HIV virus to "undetectable" levels has long played a key role in maintaining the health of people with HIV—and recent research shows it can also dramatically cut HIV transmission risk, with implications for individuals, couples, and populations. Find out how and get the facts in this video. This video was produced in collaboration with Beta Blog at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation: http://betablog.org/

    published: 06 Nov 2013
  • Peanut allergy 'cut by early exposure'.

    Eating peanut products as a baby dramatically cuts the risk of allergy, a study suggests. Trials on 628 babies prone to developing peanut allergy found the risk was cut by over 80%. The King's College London researchers said it was the "first time" that allergy development had been reduced. Specialists said the findings could apply to other allergies and may change diets around, but warned parents not to experiment at home

    published: 24 Feb 2015
  • High exposure to sun increases risk in South Africa

    South Africa has overtaken Australia as the country with the highest incidence of skin cancer. Over-exposure to harsh sun increases cancer risk. CCTV-America's Rene Del Carme filed the report from Cape Town, South Africa.

    published: 21 Jun 2015
  • Wood Dust Exposure Hazards

    In 2009, wood dust was added to California's Proposition 65 list as a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Many workers across the nation are exposed to wood dusts at sawmills, wood processing facilities and during construction and renovation activities. Wood dust can be created when wood is cut, drilled, sanded, machined or processed. Wood dust has several hazards associated with exposure in the workplace. Wood dust becomes a potential health problem when wood particles become airborne. Breathing these particles may cause allergic respiratory symptoms, mucosal and non-allergic respiratory symptoms, irritation to the eyes, nose and throat, pulmonary function impairment, and even cancer.

    published: 27 Jun 2012
  • Touching the Void (2003) Full HD Documentary Film

    The true story of two climbers and their perilous journey up the west face of Siula Grande in the Peruvian Andes in 1985. Simpson and Yates reach the summit of the previously unclimbed West Face of Siula Grande. Upon descent, Simpson slipped down an ice cliff and landed awkwardly, crushing his tibia into his knee joint, thus breaking his right leg. The pair, whose trip had already taken longer than they intended due to bad weather on the ascent, had run out of fuel for their stove and could not melt ice or snow for drinking water. With bad weather closing in and daylight fading, they needed to descend quickly to the glacier, about 3,000 feet below. Yates proceeded to lower Simpson off the North Ridge by tying two 150-foot lengths of rope together to make one 300-foot rope. However, becau...

    published: 07 Feb 2016
  • Carcinogens exposure at work

    Commissioner Marianne Tyssen outlines details on the Amendment of Directive on the protection of workers from the risks related to exposure to carcinogens or mutagens at work

    published: 17 May 2016
  • Pollution exposure risk for GO Transit passengers

    Researchers at University of Toronto have found that some GO Transit riders could be exposed to diesel exhaust inside the train. Scott Lightfoot reports. Subscribe to CTV News to watch more videos: https://www.youtube.com/ctvnews Connect with CTV News: For the latest news visit: http://www.ctvnews.ca/ For a full video offering visit the CTV News Network: http://www.ctvnews.ca/video CTV News on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CTVNews CTV News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CTVNews Watch CTV News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WatchCTVNews CTV News on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CTVNews/posts CTV News on Instagram: https://instagram.com/ctvnews/ CTV News on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ctvnews --- CTV News is Canada's most-watched news organization both local...

    published: 07 Feb 2017
  • iPad Radiation (EMFs): How To Reduce Your Exposure

    http://www.electricsense.com/6854/ipad-radiation-emfs-reduce-exposure/ Did you know that an iPad tablets emits significant electromagnetic fields (EMFs)? This video shows the two main types of EMF emitted by an iPad. And it shows you how you can significantly reduce your exposure to these EMFs -without turning your tablet off. In the video I use an RF (radio frequency) meter (3 meters actually) to measure the RF radiation emissions, and a Trifield meter to measure the magnetic fields. I made this video using an Apple iPad. You can expect similar radiation levels from other brands of tablet given that all these devices use similar technology. Even when your tablet is in standby mode (that's to say you are not using it but it's switched on) it still emits dangerous levels of radiation...

    published: 14 Sep 2013
  • Don't cut equity exposure- T.Rowe's Clark

    DON'T CUT EQUITY EXPOSURE- T.ROWE'S CLARK ANCHOR (OFF-CAM) ENGLISH SAYING: Target funds are meant to help investors plan for their retirement. How do your allocations shift over that investment horizon? JEROME CLARK, FUND MANAGER, T.ROWE PRICE (ENGLISH) SAYING: Well, one of the things that T. Rowe's retirement funds are known for is having a higher than average equity allocation. And that's because when we look at the investment risk for investors out there, we're really focusing on what we call shortfall risk which is a combination of inflation and longevity risk. Investors are living long. Inflation is always a risk even at low over long periods of time. And because of that focus, we ended up- our models told us and our historical analysis told us that we wanted to have an adequate ex...

    published: 15 Mar 2013
  • Reducing radiation exposure at dentist

    A new technology has been created to reduce your risk of radiation exposure at your dentist office. Now a Stratford Dentist is taking radiation safety one step further.

    published: 26 Jan 2013
  • SMEs Urged To Cut Risk Exposure By Diversifying Into Other Currencies

    published: 21 Feb 2017
  • Peanut allergy 'cut by early exposure'

    Eating peanut products as a baby dramatically cuts the risk of allergy, a study suggests.

    published: 24 Feb 2015
  • Peanut allergy 'cut by early exposure'

    Eating peanut products as a baby dramatically cuts the risk of allergy, a study suggests.

    published: 24 Feb 2015
  • Inside the Research: Cutting pollutant exposure on your commute.

    A pair of engineers at Washington University in St. Louis’s School of Engineering & Applied Science took an in-depth look at their own commutes to figure out when the ride home gets most hazardous to your health. Their findings led them to a simple but effective way to cut your risk of exposure while you’re on the road.

    published: 07 Aug 2017
  • VICE News Tonight: The Risk of Carfentanil

    Overdoses from heroin and other opioids now kill an average of 78 Americans every day. VICE News correspondent Dexter Thomas looked at the growing risks of synthetic opioids by visiting an Ohio county that’s been experiencing an average of 20 to 25 overdoses a day. The Harris County coroner told him the recent overdose spike is likely attributable to carfentanil, a veterinary drug used in elephant tranquilizers. And a DEA chemist said the synthetic opioid is so potent that 2 milligrams could kill 100 people. But a Cincinnati heroin addict said he’s willing to risk exposure to carfentanil, which dealers are using to cut heroin. “It worries me a lot, you know, knowing that it’s out there,” Brandon Harris said. “[But] as an addict, it’s worth the risk.” The DEA confirms carfentanil use is ...

    published: 01 Nov 2016
SMEs Urged To Cut Risk Exposure By Diversifying Into Other Currencies

SMEs Urged To Cut Risk Exposure By Diversifying Into Other Currencies

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Cancers - Top 10 Ways to Cut Your Risk - Occupational Health & Your Exposure

Cancers - Top 10 Ways to Cut Your Risk - Occupational Health & Your Exposure

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Cancers - Top 10 Ways to Cut Your Risk - Occupational Health & Your Exposure In Cancers, Part 1 & 2, we covered what substances in the environment are known to cause or are likely to cause cancer in humans - and where they are found. This video outlines the Top Ten known ways to cut your risk of developing cancers. Share this information with your friends, family and co-workers. Cancers can be prevented or slowed in developing. Research is ongoing and the latest developments in defeating cancer are reviewed. Resources for this video are shown below. For more safety videos, see our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/SafetyMemos Never miss a new safety video. Subscribe to the Safety Memos channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/SafetyMemos?sub_confirmation=1 NCI’s on-line library of cancer information: http://cancer.gov/cancer_information/cancer_literature The National Library of Medicine, the world’s largest medical library: http://www.nlm.nih.gov NCI’s SEER Program is the most authoritative source of information on cancer incidence and survival in the United States: http://seer.cancer.gov National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS): This branch of the CDC collects national statistics to monitor the nation’s health: http://www.cdc.gov/nchs National Program of Cancer Registries, which funds statewide cancer registries in 45 states, the District of Columbia, and several territories, serves as a valuable resource for citizens concerned about a possible increased occurrence of cancer in their communities: www.cdc.gov/cancer/npcr For geographic patterns of rates of cancer death from 19501994 for over 40 cancers: http://www3.cancer.gov/atlasplus The National Library of Medicine has compiled a list of the ingredients in common household products and their health effects: http://householdproducts.nlm.nih.gov International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC): http://www.iarc.fr IARC is part of the World Health Organization and its mission is to coordinate and conduct research on the causes of human cancer. IARC publishes a series of reports that focuses on the cancer risks associated with particular kinds of agents such as industrial chemicals, viruses, and ionizing radiation. World Health Organization’s document: “Diet, nutrition and the prevention of chronic diseases”: http://www.who.int/hpr/nph/docs/who_fao_expert_report.pdf American Cancer Society’s nutrition and diet guidelines: http://www.cancer.org/eprise/main/docroot
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Inside the Research: Cutting pollutant exposure on your commute.

Inside the Research: Cutting pollutant exposure on your commute.

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A pair of engineers at Washington University in St. Louis’s School of Engineering & Applied Science took an in-depth look at their own commutes to figure out when the ride home gets most hazardous to your health. Their findings led them to a simple but effective way to cut your risk of exposure while you’re on the road.
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Credit Risk Exposure

Credit Risk Exposure

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Photoshop CS6 - Fixing Bad Lighting/Bad Exposure - Tutorial

Photoshop CS6 - Fixing Bad Lighting/Bad Exposure - Tutorial

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Discover the key dietary secrets that will enable you to lose weight, feel great and lower your risk for heart disease and diabetes now.. http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Unification-Diet-Health-Disease/dp/0615797806 http://www.brusheezy.com/ - FREE Photoshop Brushes *For Beginners* In this tutorial you will be learning how to fix bad lighting. Easy to follow ✓ High Definition ✓ I'm pretty sure this tutorial will work for previous versions of Adobe Photoshop too. Rate + Comment + Subscribe = More Tutorials
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Silica Exposure

Silica Exposure

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Silica is a common substance found in sand, rock, and building materials such as concrete and brick. Cutting, grinding, or drilling these materials releases dangerous crystalline silica dust into the air. This video shows how breathing in silica dust can cause permanent damage to the lungs.
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Some Ways You Can Contract HIV and Their Risks

Some Ways You Can Contract HIV and Their Risks

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This video discusses some ways you can contract HIV and the risk of each one. People often ask us which sexual practices have a relatively higher risk of HIV transmission and which have a relatively lower risk. This video discusses the estimated risk of HIV transmission for mother-to-child transmission, needle sharing, and for some common sexual practices including anal sex, vaginal sex, and oral sex on men and women. These statistics are just estimates based on the currently available scientific information. The risk of contracting HIV from a partner will also vary at different times during their infection. A person who has contracted HIV is most infectious shortly after they have acquired the virus, known as primary HIV infection. The cited figures here are estimated average risks, and risk of transmitting HIV can be increased or decreased by many other factors. For example, for sexual contact, if either or both partners have other sexually transmitted diseases, the risk of HIV transmission will be increased. Remember, the averages won't help you if you're the one who becomes infected. For example, unprotected insertive oral sex on a man may carry an estimated risk of 1 chance of HIV transmission in 20,000, but if you're the one who gets infected, HIV transmission is still 100% for you. These statistics are not a license to engage in unprotected sex. Rather, they will hopefully help people to realize that all of the sexual practices we've listed carry some risk of HIV transmission, so it's vital if you're sexually active to always practice safer sex techniques such as the use of condoms. For more information, visit http://www.GlobalLifeworks.org/ and http://www.AIDSvideos.org/. This video is freely downloadable from http://www.archive.org/details/SomeWaysYouCanContractHivAndTheRiskOfEachOne . Disabled accessibility: The transcript for this and many other AIDSvideos.org videos can be downloaded from http://aidsvideos.org/translate.shtml . [Do you want to help prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS? Are you fluent in a language other than English? Then volunteer to translate this video into another language! Click http://AIDSvideos.org/translate.shtml to learn how you can help!!! © Copyright 2008-2011 Global Lifeworks. All rights reserved. This work is licensed to be used for non-commercial purposes under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/.]
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Initial Coin Offering: Cutting Through The Bullshit

Initial Coin Offering: Cutting Through The Bullshit

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Initial Coin Offering: Cutting Through The Bullshit You'll receive $10 in free bitcoin by signing up with this link http://bit.ly/2oesV41 Bitcoin & Ethereum Storage Wallet: http://bit.ly/2o7BmgW Blockgeeks https://www.youtube.com/c/BlockGeeks ICOs are great right? As with anything, there are two sides to this coin as well, so let’s explore the Pros and Cons of ICOs. Pros of ICO Gives opportunities to promising projects: Think of what Ethereum has accomplished in the last year. From becoming the second most powerful cryptocurrency in the world to providing a platform for DAPP creators to create their projects. It is truly becoming the “platform where the future will be built”. All this got started because of an ICO. Doesn’t require unnecessary paperwork: Many projects don’t get executed because they get caught up in the red tape. For raising funds through IPOs or crowdfunding the project developers need to go through a lot of paperwork and more often then not, they just don’t get the documentation required to collect funds for their project. On the other hand, all that you need to do take part in an ICO is create a “white paper” Community building: It gives the project creators an opportunity to build a community around their projects. Having a healthy community gives a product immense credibility. Plus, the members of the community can have real say in the direction of the projects and keep the creators accountable. Exposure for projects: The hype that surrounds an ICO can do wonders for the exposure of the project. The more the exposure, the more the people will know about the project. Early access to potentially valuable tokens: Some tokens have the potential of becoming truly valuable cryptocurrencies. Incentive for innovation: The roaring success of various ICOs over the last 12 months has given extra incentive to various developers to innovate and develop more exciting projects. Attracts a lot of scammers: Because there is so little paperwork involved in ICOs it attracts many scammers who can simply create a bogus white paper and make off with a lot of money. Some developers also purposefully omit certain important details from their white paper to make their projects look more appealing than they actually are. The biggest consequence of all these scams is the decreased faith of the public in blockchain technology which can potentially spell absolute disaster. Based on pure speculation: When you are investing in a project in an ICO you are investing in the idea of the project. You read the white paper and if you think that the team is credible and the project has promise then you invest. So, basically you have no idea whether the project will even be successful or not. Over 90% of the startups fail and blockchain projects are not immune to that as well. Plus, the developers may get lazy and not even bother to finish what they have started. Whaling time: Let’s take the example of what happened in the, now infamous, BAT ICO. The ICO got over in just 24 seconds and they were able to raise 35 million USD! The shocking part was, not a lot of people were able to take part in the ICO at all as major chunks of the tokens were bought by certain individuals. In fact, a quarter of the BAT tokens are owned by one person! These people are called whales. Basically people who have a lot of money and resources and they rig the ICO game in their favour. The way they do it is by paying extremely high mining fees which helps them “cut in line” and get first preference during ICOs. In the case of the BAT ICO, whales paid as much as $2220 in transaction fees to make sure that they take the first bite of the pie. Afterwards, they mostly sell these tokens at a premium to turn in a profit. Network Congestion: The increased amount of activity during ICOs causes a huge strain in the blockchain and may result in a bottleneck. During the Status ICO, when they raised a $100 million, there was so much backlog in the network Storing the tokens: There is a chance that you will not be able to store some of the tokens in any of your crypto-wallets. You can store any tokens made in Ethereum in your ether wallet but tokens made outside of Ethereum can be very complicated to store. Government intervention: This is where it gets scary. Because of the increased number of scams and huge amount of unregulated money, various governments may simply decide to start regulating the ICOs. If this happens then this truly could be the death of cryptocurrency. The whole point of cryptocurrency is the idea of decentralization and being outside of government control. Final Words My name is Ameer Rosic, and I'm a serial entrepreneur, investor, Marketing Strategist and Blockchain Evangelist Book Recommendations: http://amzn.to/2pv7kF4 Blockchain Training: http://bit.ly/2nGhdn0
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Transmission and Prevention of HIV

Transmission and Prevention of HIV

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The modes of transmission of HIV are numerous. This animation describes the common and less common ways in which HIV can be transmitted from one person to another. While HIV is most commonly spread from an infected person through vaginal or anal intercourse, as well as intravenous blood exposure through the sharing of needles, there are practices and measures that you can take to help minimize the risk of becoming infected.
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Mould Exposure

Mould Exposure

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This video shows how mould can grow quickly on damp materials such as cardboard, paper, wood, and drywall. As mould grows, it releases spores into the air. Exposure to mould spores can affect your health, especially if you have allergies, asthma, or a weak immune system.
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Can Peanut Allergies Be Cut by Early Exposure?

Can Peanut Allergies Be Cut by Early Exposure?

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Early exposure to common allergies may dramatically reduce their effects, according to a recent study, which found that eating peanut products as a baby greatly cuts the risk of developing that allergy. Are food and drug companies using allergies as a ploy to make more money?
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Credit Exposure

Credit Exposure

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Very often SMEs struggle with lack of working capital due to extended payment delays. What is the solution?
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Cryogenic CO2 machining trials

Cryogenic CO2 machining trials

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The Nuclear AMRC is exploring the use of cryogenic coolant for civil nuclear machining, with the aim of improving machining efficiency and increasing tool life while minimising the risk of component failure. Cryogenic cooling uses extremely cold gas or liquid to control the heat generated during machining. Benefits can include reduced residual stress and thermal damage, improved surface roughness and longer tool life. Nuclear AMRC machining researchers have installed a carbon dioxide cooling system to the Hermle C60, a flexible five-axis mill-turn centre, and investigating its use in cutting a range of hard-to-machine metals, including steels, titanium and nickel alloys. CO2 can replace conventional coolant for many cutting tasks, and can potentially benefit processes which are usually run dry. The ChilAire Aero system delivers a controlled stream of carbon dioxide gas and CO2 ice particles through the machine spindle or external nozzles. As it expands, the CO2 reaches temperatures as low as –78°C. This is not as cold as temperatures achieved with liquid nitrogen, the standard for cryogenic cooling, but is more controllable and reduces the risk of adverse material effects. Initial research is benchmarking carbon dioxide against conventional coolant, and seek to understand how it behaves under different application modes, flow rates, pressures and machining parameters. Carbon dioxide avoids the chemical hazards of conventional coolants, and can be used in non-enclosed portable machining tools, but the gas does bring its own risks in the workplace. The Nuclear AMRC has introduced additional safety measures around the Hermle during trials, including CO2 alarms and personal exposure monitors.
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Cell Phone Radiation: 10 Ways to Reduce Your Exposure

Cell Phone Radiation: 10 Ways to Reduce Your Exposure

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http://mamanatural.com/ What do YOU think? Will the WHO announcement change the way you use your cellphone? The World Health Organization just came out and said cell phones may cause cancer, listing them in the same category as lead, engine exhaust, and chloroform. Now, the jury is still out on whether cellphones pose a serious risk. But we do know that they emit radiation, which ain't a good thing. Here are the top 10 ways to reduce your exposure. 1. Use speakerphone or a headset Speakerphone is ideal. Using a headset is better than holding the phone against your face. But radiation still passes through both bluetooth and wired earpieces. A safer option is an "air tube" earpiece. Instead of using a radiation-conducting wire all the way from phone to brain, these sets deliver sound through a tube. 2. Carry the phone away from your body The best way to avoid exposure is to hold the cellphone away from the head or body. Carry your phone in your bag, purse, in a wagon - anywhere except in your pocket or on your belt where soft body tissues can absorb radiation. 3. Texting is better than talking When you text, your phone only needs to ping the cellphone tower for a moment -- as opposed to a 15 minute phone conversation. Besides, who doesn't prefer a txt over the dreaded voicemail? 4. Don't call when signal is one bar or less Fewer bars on your phone mean that it works harder and emits more radiation to get the signal to the tower. Make calls when your signal is strong. 5. Wait for the call to connect before putting it to your ear cell phones emit the most radiation when they are attempting to connect to cellular towers. 6. keep kids off the phone Children's developing brains and tissues are thought to be most vulnerable to cellphone radiation. Health authorities in Britain, France, Germany and Russia have all issued warnings against allowing small children to use cellphones for extended periods, if at all. 7. Talk less! In our age of distraction, sometimes it's nice to just unplug. 8. Hang up when you buckle up This one is a blow to me, because I love talking on the phone when I drive. But when you're in a moving vehicle like a car or train, your phone repeatedly issues little bursts of radiation to connect with towers as it moves in and out of range. 9. Purchase a phone with a low SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) In other words, a low radiation cell phone. My beloved iPhone doesn't make the cut, but I think we'll see many more options in the future. Here's CNET's guide to the 20 lowest-radiation cell phones http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-6602_7-5020356-1.html 10. Use a land line. Old school, I know. But this is by far the safest way to talk on the phone. I don't know about you, but I'm kind of nostalgic for the days when there was just one family phone. Pregnant? Check out my baby registry checklist: http://www.mamanatural.com/baby-registry-checklist/ Here are all my fav products for natural living: http://www.mamanatural.com/amazon/ Curious about the equipment we use to make these videos? http://www.mamanatural.com/video-equipment/ THANK YOU FOR WATCHING AND SUBSCRIBING! XOXO, Genevieve , http://MamaNatural.com
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HIV/AIDS: How Everyone Benefits From Undetectable Viral Load

HIV/AIDS: How Everyone Benefits From Undetectable Viral Load

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Suppressing the HIV virus to "undetectable" levels has long played a key role in maintaining the health of people with HIV—and recent research shows it can also dramatically cut HIV transmission risk, with implications for individuals, couples, and populations. Find out how and get the facts in this video. This video was produced in collaboration with Beta Blog at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation: http://betablog.org/
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Peanut allergy 'cut by early exposure'.

Peanut allergy 'cut by early exposure'.

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Eating peanut products as a baby dramatically cuts the risk of allergy, a study suggests. Trials on 628 babies prone to developing peanut allergy found the risk was cut by over 80%. The King's College London researchers said it was the "first time" that allergy development had been reduced. Specialists said the findings could apply to other allergies and may change diets around, but warned parents not to experiment at home
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High exposure to sun increases risk in South Africa

High exposure to sun increases risk in South Africa

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South Africa has overtaken Australia as the country with the highest incidence of skin cancer. Over-exposure to harsh sun increases cancer risk. CCTV-America's Rene Del Carme filed the report from Cape Town, South Africa.
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Wood Dust Exposure Hazards

Wood Dust Exposure Hazards

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In 2009, wood dust was added to California's Proposition 65 list as a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Many workers across the nation are exposed to wood dusts at sawmills, wood processing facilities and during construction and renovation activities. Wood dust can be created when wood is cut, drilled, sanded, machined or processed. Wood dust has several hazards associated with exposure in the workplace. Wood dust becomes a potential health problem when wood particles become airborne. Breathing these particles may cause allergic respiratory symptoms, mucosal and non-allergic respiratory symptoms, irritation to the eyes, nose and throat, pulmonary function impairment, and even cancer.
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Touching the Void (2003) Full HD Documentary Film

Touching the Void (2003) Full HD Documentary Film

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The true story of two climbers and their perilous journey up the west face of Siula Grande in the Peruvian Andes in 1985. Simpson and Yates reach the summit of the previously unclimbed West Face of Siula Grande. Upon descent, Simpson slipped down an ice cliff and landed awkwardly, crushing his tibia into his knee joint, thus breaking his right leg. The pair, whose trip had already taken longer than they intended due to bad weather on the ascent, had run out of fuel for their stove and could not melt ice or snow for drinking water. With bad weather closing in and daylight fading, they needed to descend quickly to the glacier, about 3,000 feet below. Yates proceeded to lower Simpson off the North Ridge by tying two 150-foot lengths of rope together to make one 300-foot rope. However, because the two ropes were tied together, the knot couldn't go through the belay plate. Simpson would have to stand on his good (left) leg to give Yates enough slack to unclip the rope, in order to thread the rope back through the lowering device with the knot on the other side. With storm conditions worsening and darkness upon them, Yates inadvertently lowered Simpson off a cliff. Because Yates was sitting higher up the mountain, he could not see or hear Simpson; he could only feel that Simpson had all his weight on the rope. Simpson attempted to ascend the rope using a Prusik knot. However, because his hands were badly frost-bitten, he was unable to tie the knots properly and accidentally dropped one of the cords required to ascend the rope. The pair were stuck in a very bad situation. Simpson could not climb up the rope, Yates could not pull him back up, the cliff was too high for Simpson to be lowered down, and they could not communicate. They remained in this position for some time, until it was obvious that the snow around Yates' belay seat was about to give out. Because the pair were tied together, they would both be pulled to their deaths. Yates had to make the hard decision to cut the rope in order to save his own life. Doing so may very well have also saved Simpson's life, as he would have died of exposure if he had been left to hang in the strong freezing wind for much longer. When Yates cut the rope, Simpson plummeted down the cliff and into a deep crevasse. Exhausted and suffering from hypothermia, Yates dug himself a snow cave to wait out the storm. The next day, Yates carried on descending the mountain by himself. When he reached the crevasse he realized the situation that Simpson had been in and what had happened when he cut the rope. After calling for Simpson and hearing no reply, Yates made the assumption that Simpson had died and so continued down the mountain alone. Simpson, however, was still alive. He had survived the 150-foot fall despite his broken leg and had landed on a small ledge inside the crevasse. When Simpson regained consciousness, he discovered that the rope had been cut and realized that Yates would presume that he was dead. He therefore had to save himself. It was impossible for Simpson to climb up to the entrance of the crevasse (because of the overhanging ice and his broken leg). Therefore, his only choice was to lower himself deeper into the crevasse and hope that there was another way out. After lowering himself, Simpson found another small entrance and climbed back onto the glacier via a steep snow slope. From there, Simpson spent three days without food and with almost no water, crawling and hopping five miles back to their base camp. This involved navigating the glacier (which was scattered with more crevasses) and the moraines below. Exhausted and almost completely delirious, he reached base camp only a few hours before Yates intended to leave the base camp and return to civilization. Simpson's survival is widely regarded by mountaineers as amongst the most amazing pieces of mountaineering lore.
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Carcinogens exposure at work

Carcinogens exposure at work

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Commissioner Marianne Tyssen outlines details on the Amendment of Directive on the protection of workers from the risks related to exposure to carcinogens or mutagens at work
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Pollution exposure risk for GO Transit passengers

Pollution exposure risk for GO Transit passengers

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Researchers at University of Toronto have found that some GO Transit riders could be exposed to diesel exhaust inside the train. Scott Lightfoot reports. Subscribe to CTV News to watch more videos: https://www.youtube.com/ctvnews Connect with CTV News: For the latest news visit: http://www.ctvnews.ca/ For a full video offering visit the CTV News Network: http://www.ctvnews.ca/video CTV News on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CTVNews CTV News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CTVNews Watch CTV News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WatchCTVNews CTV News on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CTVNews/posts CTV News on Instagram: https://instagram.com/ctvnews/ CTV News on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ctvnews --- CTV News is Canada's most-watched news organization both locally and nationally, and has a network of national, international, and local news operations.
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iPad Radiation (EMFs): How To Reduce Your Exposure

iPad Radiation (EMFs): How To Reduce Your Exposure

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http://www.electricsense.com/6854/ipad-radiation-emfs-reduce-exposure/ Did you know that an iPad tablets emits significant electromagnetic fields (EMFs)? This video shows the two main types of EMF emitted by an iPad. And it shows you how you can significantly reduce your exposure to these EMFs -without turning your tablet off. In the video I use an RF (radio frequency) meter (3 meters actually) to measure the RF radiation emissions, and a Trifield meter to measure the magnetic fields. I made this video using an Apple iPad. You can expect similar radiation levels from other brands of tablet given that all these devices use similar technology. Even when your tablet is in standby mode (that's to say you are not using it but it's switched on) it still emits dangerous levels of radiation - as shown in the video. Watch the video to see my tips on how to reduce your exposure to iPad radiation. For more tips on reducing your exposure to computer radiation, see http://www.electricsense.com/1138/my-9-tips-to-cut-down-on-exposure-to-computer-radiation/ ---------------- Download my EMF Protection FREE Report: http://www.electricsense.com/ Want more videos? Checkout my channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/RadiationProtection1 Like me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/electricsensehealth Follow me on Twitter for latest updates: http://twitter.com/lloydburrell Follow me on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/electricsense/
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Don't cut equity exposure- T.Rowe's Clark

Don't cut equity exposure- T.Rowe's Clark

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DON'T CUT EQUITY EXPOSURE- T.ROWE'S CLARK ANCHOR (OFF-CAM) ENGLISH SAYING: Target funds are meant to help investors plan for their retirement. How do your allocations shift over that investment horizon? JEROME CLARK, FUND MANAGER, T.ROWE PRICE (ENGLISH) SAYING: Well, one of the things that T. Rowe's retirement funds are known for is having a higher than average equity allocation. And that's because when we look at the investment risk for investors out there, we're really focusing on what we call shortfall risk which is a combination of inflation and longevity risk. Investors are living long. Inflation is always a risk even at low over long periods of time. And because of that focus, we ended up- our models told us and our historical analysis told us that we wanted to have an adequate exposure to equities. ANCHOR (OFF-CAM) ENGLISH SAYING: Let me ask you about equities right now. They've had a pretty good run this year. Should investors be reducing exposure even for the long term based on the market's performance? JEROME CLARK, FUND MANAGER, T.ROWE PRICE (ENGLISH) SAYING: Well, yes. The equities have definitely had a run as of late. And we have an asset allocation committee that looks- we meet on a monthly basis, and we'll look at what has happened in the market. For the long term, we would say that investors out there, whether they're in a target-date product or not, should not be reducing their equity allocation. Particularly for the long term, we just think we- the analysis shows that equities just outperform other asset classes over long periods of time. But even with this long run, what you have to- what investors should really also pay attention to is the other side of the equation which is fixed income. And when you look at the very low rates- basically yields are at a, what we consider, pretty close to a floor. And given that, the outlook for fixed income is really challenging for the foreseeable future.
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Reducing radiation exposure at dentist

Reducing radiation exposure at dentist

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A new technology has been created to reduce your risk of radiation exposure at your dentist office. Now a Stratford Dentist is taking radiation safety one step further.
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SMEs Urged To Cut Risk Exposure By Diversifying Into Other Currencies

SMEs Urged To Cut Risk Exposure By Diversifying Into Other Currencies

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Peanut allergy 'cut by early exposure'

Peanut allergy 'cut by early exposure'

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Eating peanut products as a baby dramatically cuts the risk of allergy, a study suggests.
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Peanut allergy 'cut by early exposure'

Peanut allergy 'cut by early exposure'

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Eating peanut products as a baby dramatically cuts the risk of allergy, a study suggests.
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Inside the Research: Cutting pollutant exposure on your commute.

Inside the Research: Cutting pollutant exposure on your commute.

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A pair of engineers at Washington University in St. Louis’s School of Engineering & Applied Science took an in-depth look at their own commutes to figure out when the ride home gets most hazardous to your health. Their findings led them to a simple but effective way to cut your risk of exposure while you’re on the road.
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VICE News Tonight: The Risk of Carfentanil

VICE News Tonight: The Risk of Carfentanil

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Overdoses from heroin and other opioids now kill an average of 78 Americans every day. VICE News correspondent Dexter Thomas looked at the growing risks of synthetic opioids by visiting an Ohio county that’s been experiencing an average of 20 to 25 overdoses a day. The Harris County coroner told him the recent overdose spike is likely attributable to carfentanil, a veterinary drug used in elephant tranquilizers. And a DEA chemist said the synthetic opioid is so potent that 2 milligrams could kill 100 people. But a Cincinnati heroin addict said he’s willing to risk exposure to carfentanil, which dealers are using to cut heroin. “It worries me a lot, you know, knowing that it’s out there,” Brandon Harris said. “[But] as an addict, it’s worth the risk.” The DEA confirms carfentanil use is spreading and has been found in six states so far. Watch "Fentanyl: America's Deadliest New Drug" - http://bit.ly/2fv6qIw Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Check out VICE News for more: http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/vicenews More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo
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