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nip and tuck Informal plastic surgery performed for cosmetic reasons

nip

2
Chiefly Brit a measure of spirits usually equal to one sixth of a gill

nip

[nip]
(geology)
A small, low cliff or break in slope which is produced by wavelets at the high-water mark.
The point on the bank of a meander lake where erosion takes place due to crowding of the stream current toward the lake.
Thinning of a coal seam, particularly if caused by tectonic movements. Also known as want.
(metallurgy)
(mining engineering)

NIP

(Novell Internet Printing) See NetWare 6.
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Two recent modeling studies have confirmed the cost effectiveness of adding either of the available vaccines to the current national screening program in Hungary (13), (14), but due to the high cost HPV vaccination has not been integrated into the national immunization program and there are no plans to do so in the near future.
No association has been demonstrated since, however, and the risk of developing Guillan-Barre from the vaccine is now estimated at 1-2 per million, far less than the risks of a severe influenza infection (DHHS, Centers for Disease Control National Immunization Program, 2000.
Be honest about the benefits and risks of immunization, correct any misconceptions or misinformation, and refer the parents to trusted sources such as the CDC's National Immunization Program page (www.
of the CDC's National Immunization Program, reported in a separate presentation.
The survey, a collaboration between two chapters of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the National Immunization Program, sought to assess pediatricians' opinions about rotavirus and the need for vaccination against it (Pediatrics [online] 112[1]:e6-e10, 2003; www.
Strikas of the CDC's National Immunization Program, Atlanta, told ACIP.
The National Immunization Program of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention expects 87 percent of the 79.
Factors leading to this decrease include the National Immunization Program (NIP), initiated in 1983, which has conferred protective immunity on children at risk.
Lance Rodewald of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Immunization Program (NIP).
Vaccinations have contained or halted the spread of about 20 serious diseases, according to the National Immunization Program and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Watkins, BSN, MPH, National Immunization Program, and J David Erickson, DDS, PhD, National Center for Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities, both of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Additional information about NIIW and childhood vaccination is available from CDC's National Immunization Program at http:// www.

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