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

    published: 21 Feb 2017
  • 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. https://source.wustl.edu/2017/08/crank-ac-cut-car-pollution/

    published: 07 Aug 2017
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Cancer & Carcinogens Part 1 - Four Common Cancer-Causing Substances & Your Exposure

    Cancer & Carcinogens Part 1 - Four Common Cancer-Causing Substances & Your Exposure What substances in the environment are known to cause or are likely to cause cancer in humans? And where are they found? This video discusses 4 of the most common categories of substances known to cause cancers in humans. This includes man-made items like chemicals used in pesticides, fuels, and various industries. It also discusses UV radiation. The first step in preventing cancers is to know and understand the substances that are known to cause cancer. This video is the first in a series to discuss these substances. Subsequent videos will explain things we can do to protect ourselves - in the workplace or in the home. If you work around any chemicals, even seemingly harmless products, or if you have ...

    published: 30 Aug 2014
  • Welding and Cutting Safety

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    published: 05 Jul 2016
  • 7. Value At Risk (VAR) Models

    MIT 18.S096 Topics in Mathematics with Applications in Finance, Fall 2013 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/18-S096F13 Instructor: Kenneth Abbott This is an applications lecture on Value At Risk (VAR) models, and how financial institutions manage market risk. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu

    published: 06 Jan 2015
  • This Is What Happens to Your Body After You Eat Dragon Fruit

    The pitahaya is a fruit that you may have never heard of before. However, you might know it as the Dragon fruit or cactus fruit. It’s an exotic fruit with some definite health benefits. Just as it has three different names, it also has several different colors. The most widely found pitahaya has a white flesh and black seeds. Others may have a red flesh and still others have a yellow skin with a white flesh. Though it may look strange and have strange names, it’s a great source of antioxidants, is rich in important nutrients, and contains lots of different vitamins essential to good health. Even better than that, it’s got a great taste. Called a tropical superfood by some, the pitahaya may appear to be a mix between a kiwi and a pear. It’s like a kiwi because the seeds also contain a...

    published: 05 Sep 2017
  • Lead Exposure Risks in the Work Environment

    The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) reports that while many people worry about lead in their homes or in the environment, for some the workplace may offer the greatest potential for exposure. Lead is a toxic heavy metal. It can be combined with other metals to produce alloys. Lead and lead alloys are often used to make batteries, ammunition and other metal products. In the past, lead was also used regularly in fuel, paint, ceramics, caulk, pipes and solder among other things. Due to potential health issues from exposure, the amount of lead used in these products today has lessened or has been removed. Though used less often, NIOSH reports that lead is still common in many industries, including construction, mining and manufacturing. In these and other indu...

    published: 25 Feb 2016
  • Credit Risk Exposure

    published: 30 Mar 2016
  • Credit Exposure

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

    published: 08 Mar 2015
  • Dr. Oz's Tips for Limiting Your Exposure to Cell Phone Radiation

    Dr. Oz shares three ways you can talk on your cell phone to limit your exposure to radiation.

    published: 04 Nov 2015
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Tutorial Part 11 Live Trading $116 Profit in 14 minutes - Laddering Shorts

    I'm on vacation till 2018! No TA will be posted till then. How I ladder my short positions and take advantage of people's greed and FOMO. My thought process while trading. I'm a scalper. I scalp 20-30 traders per day and make immense profit, with little exposure and next to nothing risk. Please always remember we trade using probability and not all trades are winners. We manage our risk with stop losses and try to win over time. Those that don't understand this, and expect only to having winning trades, will always lose money over time. Twitter - https://twitter.com/PhilakoneCrypto https://www.youtube.com/user/philakone1 Luna's personal bitfinex account: Dash: XrcdPdXdDnRgG4kjXqUd2cXKZKSUVUsvu9 Ethereum: 0x2538b728f9682fc1dc2e7db8129730f661753850 Bitcoin Cash: 1AY2FPANCe5URB71Nvy6tkC...

    published: 09 Dec 2017
  • 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
  • What's The Danger With Molly?

    The drug known as 'Molly' has swept through both the party scene and the headlines after four deaths and numerous hospitalizations on the East Coast. Trace looks at what exactly this drug is, how it works, and the danger it poses. Read More: A study relates neural damage provoked by ecstasy with ambient temperature at which it is consumed http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2007-08/ef-asr080307.php "There exists a direct relationship between the consumption of MDMA, or Ecstasy, at a high ambient temperature and an increase in the neural damage which this drug provokes. This was the conclusion of the research carried out by Beatriz Goñi at the School of Pharmacy of the University of Navarra." 'Molly' Responsible for Concert Deaths, Hyperthermia Common with Drug http://www.scienceworld...

    published: 06 Sep 2013
  • SMEs Urged To Cut Risk Exposure By Diversifying Into Other Currencies

    published: 21 Feb 2017
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
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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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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. https://source.wustl.edu/2017/08/crank-ac-cut-car-pollution/
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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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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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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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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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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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Cancer & Carcinogens Part 1 - Four Common Cancer-Causing Substances & Your Exposure

Cancer & Carcinogens Part 1 - Four Common Cancer-Causing Substances & Your Exposure

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Cancer & Carcinogens Part 1 - Four Common Cancer-Causing Substances & Your Exposure What substances in the environment are known to cause or are likely to cause cancer in humans? And where are they found? This video discusses 4 of the most common categories of substances known to cause cancers in humans. This includes man-made items like chemicals used in pesticides, fuels, and various industries. It also discusses UV radiation. The first step in preventing cancers is to know and understand the substances that are known to cause cancer. This video is the first in a series to discuss these substances. Subsequent videos will explain things we can do to protect ourselves - in the workplace or in the home. If you work around any chemicals, even seemingly harmless products, or if you have chemicals at home, chances are you are being exposed to potentially hazardous substances on a regular basis. understand the hazards and protect yourself, and you family members. 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 Centers for Disease Control & Prevention - OCCUPATIONAL CANCER Carcinogen List: http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/cancer/npotocca.html OSHA Carcinogens Opening Page: https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/carcinogens/ American Cancer Society Info Page: http://www.cancer.org/ The first step in preventing cancers is to know and understand the substances that are known to cause cancer. This video is the first in a series to discuss these substances. Subsequent videos will explain things we can do to protect ourselves - in the workplace or in the home. If you work around any chemicals, even seemingly harmless products, or if you have chemicals at home, chances are you are being exposed to potentially hazardous substances on a regular basis. understand the hazards and protect yourself, and you family members. 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 Centers for Disease Control & Prevention - OCCUPATIONAL CANCER Carcinogen List: http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/cancer/npotocca.html OSHA Carcinogens Opening Page: https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/carcinogens/ American Cancer Society Info Page: http://www.cancer.org/
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Welding and Cutting Safety

Welding and Cutting Safety

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7. Value At Risk (VAR) Models

7. Value At Risk (VAR) Models

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MIT 18.S096 Topics in Mathematics with Applications in Finance, Fall 2013 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/18-S096F13 Instructor: Kenneth Abbott This is an applications lecture on Value At Risk (VAR) models, and how financial institutions manage market risk. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
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This Is What Happens to Your Body After You Eat Dragon Fruit

This Is What Happens to Your Body After You Eat Dragon Fruit

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The pitahaya is a fruit that you may have never heard of before. However, you might know it as the Dragon fruit or cactus fruit. It’s an exotic fruit with some definite health benefits. Just as it has three different names, it also has several different colors. The most widely found pitahaya has a white flesh and black seeds. Others may have a red flesh and still others have a yellow skin with a white flesh. Though it may look strange and have strange names, it’s a great source of antioxidants, is rich in important nutrients, and contains lots of different vitamins essential to good health. Even better than that, it’s got a great taste. Called a tropical superfood by some, the pitahaya may appear to be a mix between a kiwi and a pear. It’s like a kiwi because the seeds also contain a ton of nutrients like omega 3s and omegas 6s—the good fats. The fruit’s flesh is high in Vitamin C which contributes to a strong and healthy immune system. It’s also a good source of carbohydrates and even fiber. Although not as high in complex B vitamins, the pitahaya does contain some B1, B2, and B3, along with calcium, iron, and phosphorus. Finally, lycopene, with its cancer fighting properties, also makes an appearance, in our list of important vitamins found in the pitahaya. So, what are some practical ways that these vitamins and minerals found in the pitahaya can help us? Fights Diabetes First, the pitahaya can assist in controlling our blood sugar. It’s a fantastic food for diabetes because of its low glycemic index. But, it doesn’t just help those already diagnosed with diabetes, it also could help prevent the development of diabetes in those who don’t have it. In laboratory rats, it was discovered that the pitahaya reduced one of the risk factors for diabetes. Aids in Proper Digestion Because it’s a good source of dietary fiber, the pitahaya helps keep you regular. The fiber makes sure that our digestive system is operating properly and prevents constipation. The fiber that the Dragon fruit contains is a soluble fiber, so it slows the absorption of sugar and stabilizes blood sugar levels. Additionally, it may lower LDL levels, the bad cholesterol, and provide an extra full feeling which could also aid in weight loss. Controls Cholesterol Pitahayas contain betalains, which are pigments that give the fruit its rich colors. But that’s not all the pigments do. They are principally responsible for maintaining lower levels of the bad cholesterol, that has already been mentioned. Works to Prevent Cancer Because of the high level of antioxidants and anti-carcinogens found in the Dragon fruit, it’s able to work to fend off certain cancers. Add it to the list of great-tasting fruits that are also rich in antioxidants for a healthy lifestyle. Promotes Healthy Skin The Vitamin C found in the pitahaya is great for your skin. It’s been shown to slow the aging process and fights the effects of over-exposure to the sun. This great fruit makes your skin feel good, but it also makes it look good too. Promotes a Healthy Heart Too The pitahaya has flavonoids that have been proven to lower the risk of heart disease. Various studies have found that foods rich in flavonoids are extremely important for a healthy heart. However, the high Vitamin C levels also contribute to our cardiovascular health by lower the risk of strokes, according to the American College of Clinical Nutrition. While you can't eat the peel of a pitahaya, you need to pay attention to this peel when you’re at the market picking out your fruit. It’s best to pick a firm one and let it ripen at home for a juicy pulp with a great taste. Much like a kiwi, in order to extract that creamy middle flesh, you’ll need to cut it in half and spoon out the flesh and edible seeds. Try adding it to a fruit salad for its extra great taste and cool look. You won’t be sorry. Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Natural Cures channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.
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Lead Exposure Risks in the Work Environment

Lead Exposure Risks in the Work Environment

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The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) reports that while many people worry about lead in their homes or in the environment, for some the workplace may offer the greatest potential for exposure. Lead is a toxic heavy metal. It can be combined with other metals to produce alloys. Lead and lead alloys are often used to make batteries, ammunition and other metal products. In the past, lead was also used regularly in fuel, paint, ceramics, caulk, pipes and solder among other things. Due to potential health issues from exposure, the amount of lead used in these products today has lessened or has been removed. Though used less often, NIOSH reports that lead is still common in many industries, including construction, mining and manufacturing. In these and other industries, workers can be at risk of being exposed to lead, by breathing it, ingesting it or coming in contact with it. NIOSH provides the following information for workers about how lead exposure can occur: • Workers can be exposed by breathing-in lead fumes or lead dust. Lead fumes are produced during metal processing, when metal is being heated or soldered. Lead dust is produced when metal is being cut or when lead paint is sanded or removed. Lead fumes and lead dust do not have an odor, so workers may not know they are being exposed. • Lead dust can settle on food, water, clothes and other objects. If a worker eats, drinks or smokes in areas where lead is being processed or stored, they could ingest it. Not washing one’s hands before eating or touching one’s mouth are also ways it could be ingested. • Workers can also be exposed by coming into contact with lead dust. Some studies have found lead can be absorbed through skin. Workers that handle lead and then touch their eyes, nose or mouth, could be exposed. Lead dust can also get on clothes and hair. If this happens, it’s possible that a worker could track home some of the lead dust, which may also expose their family. These are just a few things to know about lead exposure risks in the work environment. To learn more about this or other occupational, indoor air quality, health, safety or property issues, please visit the websites shown on the screen. Clark Seif Clark http://www.csceng.com EMSL Analytical, Inc. http://www.emsl.com LA Testing http://www.latesting.com Zimmetry Environmental http://www.zimmetry.com Healthy Indoors Magazine http://www.iaq.net Hudson Douglas Public Adjusters http://HudsonDouglasPublicAdjusters.com VOETS - Verification, Operations and Environmental Testing Services, LLC http://www.voetsnyc.com
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Credit Risk Exposure

Credit Risk Exposure

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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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Dr. Oz's Tips for Limiting Your Exposure to Cell Phone Radiation

Dr. Oz's Tips for Limiting Your Exposure to Cell Phone Radiation

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Dr. Oz shares three ways you can talk on your cell phone to limit your exposure to radiation.
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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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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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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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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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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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Tutorial Part 11 Live Trading $116 Profit in 14 minutes - Laddering Shorts

Tutorial Part 11 Live Trading $116 Profit in 14 minutes - Laddering Shorts

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I'm on vacation till 2018! No TA will be posted till then. How I ladder my short positions and take advantage of people's greed and FOMO. My thought process while trading. I'm a scalper. I scalp 20-30 traders per day and make immense profit, with little exposure and next to nothing risk. Please always remember we trade using probability and not all trades are winners. We manage our risk with stop losses and try to win over time. Those that don't understand this, and expect only to having winning trades, will always lose money over time. Twitter - https://twitter.com/PhilakoneCrypto https://www.youtube.com/user/philakone1 Luna's personal bitfinex account: Dash: XrcdPdXdDnRgG4kjXqUd2cXKZKSUVUsvu9 Ethereum: 0x2538b728f9682fc1dc2e7db8129730f661753850 Bitcoin Cash: 1AY2FPANCe5URB71Nvy6tkCgoTS8iHgmZD BTC address: 1PruhmsYXU2gPkNw574xZSMyBG4YW5Wnq9 EOS Address: 0x2538b728f9682fc1dc2e7db8129730f661753850 ETP Address : MTR3P7m5KwHfE1aY51ha2YAQWQhRMPm1VA OMG Address: 0x2538b728f9682fc1dc2e7db8129730f661753850 The ultimate goal is to help the crypto community because I think there's a lack of these type of videos. I want to share everything I've learned because knowledge is only power if passed on. These are educational videos intended to teach how to think through thought-out rationalization. DISCLAIMER: I'm not a financial adviser, nor am I giving you any tips on when to buy, sell, etc. I'm simply stating my opinions and what I personally look for. Those that follow my trades blindly and don't understand risk management, will always lose over time. I manage risk differently. Not all trades are winners. We manage our risk with stop losses and win over time. Even if we've entered at a similar price, I can micro manage my risk, by shedding, adding, reducing, etc, but those calls aren't made. Therefore despite entering near the same price, I may come out well ahead while you may take a loss, even if we exit at the same price when the market goes against my call. Remember, I always profit OVER TIME, and am not focused on winning every single trade. As long as we win more than we lose over time. I want to be very clear so you understand the outcomes will always be different even if we take the same trade. I MANAGE RISK and see this game as a probability. Therefore, be forewarned. Here I live trade for 20 minutes, profit $100 and narrate my thought process. I show my position management and risk management process. If you enjoyed this video, please like, subscribe, follow, share, upvote, on YouTube, Twitter, Steemit. If you specially liked it, please donate Tequila to Luna's cryptocurrency fund. https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@philakonecrypto/trading-live-series-part-4-15-minutes-trading-for-usd50-profit-position-laddering Please always remember we trade using probability and not all trades are winners. We manage our risk with stop losses and try to win over time. Those that don't understand this, and expect only to having winning trades, will always lose money over time. Twitter - https://twitter.com/PhilakoneCrypto https://www.youtube.com/user/philakone1 Luna's personal bitfinex account: Dash: XrcdPdXdDnRgG4kjXqUd2cXKZKSUVUsvu9 Ethereum: 0x2538b728f9682fc1dc2e7db8129730f661753850 Bitcoin Cash: 1AY2FPANCe5URB71Nvy6tkCgoTS8iHgmZD BTC address: 1PruhmsYXU2gPkNw574xZSMyBG4YW5Wnq9 EOS Address: 0x2538b728f9682fc1dc2e7db8129730f661753850 ETP Address : MTR3P7m5KwHfE1aY51ha2YAQWQhRMPm1VA OMG Address: 0x2538b728f9682fc1dc2e7db8129730f661753850 The ultimate goal is to help the crypto community because I think there's a lack of these type of videos. I want to share everything I've learned because knowledge is only power if passed on. These are educational videos intended to teach how to think through thought-out rationalization. DISCLAIMER: I'm not a financial adviser, nor am I giving you any tips on when to buy, sell, etc. I'm simply stating my opinions and what I personally look for. Those that follow my trades blindly and don't understand risk management, will always lose over time. I manage risk differently. Not all trades are winners. We manage our risk with stop losses and win over time. Even if we've entered at a similar price, I can micro manage my risk, by shedding, adding, reducing, etc, but those calls aren't made. Therefore despite entering near the same price, I may come out well ahead while you may take a loss, even if we exit at the same price when the market goes against my call. Remember, I always profit OVER TIME, and am not focused on winning every single trade. As long as we win more than we lose over time. I want to be very clear so you understand the outcomes will always be different even if we take the same trade. I MANAGE RISK and see this game as a probability. Therefore, be forewarned.
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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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What's The Danger With Molly?

What's The Danger With Molly?

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The drug known as 'Molly' has swept through both the party scene and the headlines after four deaths and numerous hospitalizations on the East Coast. Trace looks at what exactly this drug is, how it works, and the danger it poses. Read More: A study relates neural damage provoked by ecstasy with ambient temperature at which it is consumed http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2007-08/ef-asr080307.php "There exists a direct relationship between the consumption of MDMA, or Ecstasy, at a high ambient temperature and an increase in the neural damage which this drug provokes. This was the conclusion of the research carried out by Beatriz Goñi at the School of Pharmacy of the University of Navarra." 'Molly' Responsible for Concert Deaths, Hyperthermia Common with Drug http://www.scienceworldreport.com/articles/9206/20130902/molly-responsible-concert-deaths-hyperthermia-common-drug.htm "A purer form of ecstasy, commonly known as molly (MDMA), also short for molecule, has allegedly killed two people at a New York City dance festival Labor Day weekend and caused the event to end early." Woman Took 'Six Hits of Molly' Before Collapsing at Electric Zoo http://www.theatlanticwire.com/national/2013/09/woman-took-six-hits-molly-collapsing-electric-zoo/68956/ "The identities of the two people who died of drug overdoses at this weekend's Electric Zoo music festival in New York City have been released. The deaths of Olivia Rotondo, 20, and Jeffrey Russ, 23, prompted festival organizers to cancel the final day of the event. According to The New York Post, Rotondo told an EMS worker, ""I just took six hits of Molly,'' a potent form of MDMA before having a seizure and dying." Fact Check: How Dangerous Is Molly, the New 'It' Drug? http://abcnews.go.com/ABC_Univision/News/fact-check-dangerous-molly-drug/story?id=20144113&singlePage=true "Molly is basically the same as ecstasy. They're both incarnations of the club drug MDMA, which gives you that "love everyone around you" feeling and pairs well with hypnotic, bass-driven music." What's up with 'Molly'? Club drug has students outraged http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/09/04/molly-club-drug-students-outraged/2763091/ "The club drug "Molly" is creating waves of trouble for young concertgoers. Some students fear club drugs will continue to be associated with the electronic dance music culture." What is Molly? Everything you need to know about the party drug http://theweek.com/article/index/249040/what-is-molly-everything-you-need-to-know-about-the-party-drug "The third day of New York City's Electric Zoo music festival was canceled by the mayor's office this weekend, following the tragic deaths of two twenty-something revelers." Residual Neurocognitive Features of Long-Term Ecstasy Users With Minimal Exposure to Other Drugs http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3053129/ "In field studies assessing cognitive function in illicit ecstasy users, there are several frequent confounding factors that might plausibly bias the findings toward an overestimate of ecstasy-induced neurocognitive toxicity. We designed an investigation seeking to minimize these possible sources of bias." Why MDMA is destroying EDM http://consequenceofsound.net/2013/09/why-mdma-is-destroying-edm/ "My time at Perry's Stage during Lollapalooza 2011 opened my eyes to the new culture of electronic dance music. Just a few years earlier, Perry's was a small, barely lifted stage situated within the wooded area of Grant Park. By August 2011, a new form of dubstep was taking over American dance music, and with the influx of these blistering beats stormed an entirely new demographic of EDM fanatic." Watch More: Pot: Not A Gateway Drug: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Skic3Xlw0sw Feeling Down? Try Shrooms: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdWQ-BN9VOw Miley Cyrus Snake Tongue: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOWy-94dVZ0&feature=c4-overview ____________________ DNews is dedicated to satisfying your curiosity and to bringing you mind-bending stories & perspectives you won't find anywhere else! New videos twice daily. Watch More DNews on TestTube http://testtube.com/dnews Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel DNews on Twitter http://twitter.com/dnews Anthony Carboni on Twitter http://twitter.com/acarboni Laci Green on Twitter http://twitter.com/gogreen18 Trace Dominguez on Twitter http://twitter.com/trace501 DNews on Facebook http://facebook.com/dnews DNews on Google+ http://gplus.to/dnews Discovery News http://discoverynews.com
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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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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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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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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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