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Data come from research conducted as part of a project to develop technical assistance materials (Ellickson, Watkins, Vaiana, & Hiromoto, 2005) for Project ALERT, a drug education and prevention curriculum that has been nationally recognized as an exemplary school-based drug education program (BEST Foundation for a Drug Free Tomorrow, 2005).
Crisis Prevention Institute in Toronto; For more information please call 1-800.
The grant competition offered $5,000 for implementation of an evidence-based prevention strategy.
Prevention programs should begin in the primary grades where many young people's beliefs and attitudes about drug use are formed.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; ([dagger]) AIDS Research Consortium of Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; and ([double dagger]) Lakeland, Florida, USA
executive vice president and COO of Discovery, stated, "The granting of Orphan Medicinal Product designation together with the United States FDA's acceptance of the Surfaxin NDA, increases our confidence in the potential for Surfaxin to become a new, worldwide standard of care for the prevention and treatment of RDS.
Studies examining the design and implementation of osteoporosis prevention education are limited.
This important step ensures that prevention efforts revolve around the community's specific problems.
Increasing resources for treatment, prevention, and care
In 1995, the last year for which the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has complete annual data, African Americans accounted for 40 percent of newly reported AIDS cases, compared to 25 percent in 1985.
There are several ways to categorize prevention efforts: primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention.
Medical and surgical treatments for heart patients have been much more important in the decline in heart-disease deaths in recent years than widespread changes in diet and other means of basic prevention, a new statistical study has found.
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