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Winemaking the newly pressed juice of grapes or other fruit ready for fermentation
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Nearly 77 percent of participants believed they had learned information at the workshop that was useful to their jobs.
girls, having tried drinking by ages 12 or 13 was associated with reporting having had intercourse by ages 14 or 15.
Nevertheless, the sample C formed by the POY type spin-drawing process had the smallest heat shrinkage at 150 [degrees] C, the high toughness type sample B had the largest heat shrinkage, and the sample A lay midway there between.
In regression analyses controlling for background and risk-related characteristics, males with a high level of depressive symptoms at baseline were significantly more likely than those with a low level to say at follow-up that they had engaged in at least one of the specified risk behaviors between interviews (odds ratio, 1.
Six in 10 participants had attended college, and seven in 10 were employed.
Three scaled measures indicated that participants generally placed a high value on pregnancy, had a low level of distrust for the health care system and were not fatalistic about pregnancy outcomes.
And while a patient who exercised once a week or not at all had three times the risk of having a heart attack within two hours of sex, a patient who exercised three or more times per week had only a 20 percent greater risk of having a heart attack during the same time frame, wrote Muller, who heads the cardiovascular division at the Deaconess Hospital in Boston.
Moreover, 56% had told a parent voluntarily or had come at a parent's suggestion; 5% said that parents had found out some other way.
To be eligible for the study, women had to be aged 18-35 and not pregnant or planning to become pregnant within the next six months.
To investigate the link between combined pills containing fewer than 50 mcg of estrogen and the risk of venous thromboembolic disease, researchers identified women aged 18-44 who were members of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program and, according to medical records and claims data, had been treated for a possible episode of venous thromboembolism between March 1998 and June 2000.
The researchers used medical record data of all female and heterosexual male patients who had visited a public STD clinic between January 1, 1990, and December 31, 2001, and reported having had at least one sexual partner in the previous four months.
Eighty-seven percent of women had resumed intercourse by the survey date, and another 2% had attempted to do so; the proportion who had at least attempted to start having sex again was significantly greater among women without depression than among those who were depressed (90% vs.