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Differences between elderly and young drivers : driving vigilance in two tasks
According to statistics for 2003, 9 in 100,000 people in Canada died from driving accidents. A high percentage (30-40%) of these took place due to sleepiness on monotonous road conditions. Therefore, driver vigilance must ...
Headlocks at the Lakehead : wrestling in Fort William and Port Arthur, 1913-1933 / by Charles Nathan Hatton.
"In the Northern Ontario communities o f Fort William and Port Arthur, collectively known as the Lakehead, wrestling emerged as one of the most popular spectator sports in the region by 1913 and remained so for the next ...
Improving genetic profiling techniques for low copy number DNA / by Shana Hayter.
The extraction of DNA from ancient samples presents many obstacles to the analyst. These samples are often subjected to many years of harsh environmental conditions and many forms of damage resulting in low copy number and ...
Knowledge and practices of women in rural Nkwerre, Nigeria, regarding cervical cancer and cervical cancer screening / by Cynthia Ihekwoaba.
The International Network of Cancer Treatment and Research (INCTR, 2004) has identified cancer as a major health problem in Nigeria, as in most other African countries. Cervical cancer is the commonest cancer in the ...
Management education of nurses-in-charge in Yukon
Recruitment and retention of skilled, qualified nurses to northern regions of Canada is an on-going problem. One of many contributing issues may be the lack of management education afforded to the Nurses-In-Charge (NICs) ...