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environmentally sensitive area

A place that is vulnerable to a negative environmental impact, such as a flood plain, a wetland, an area where noise levels are excessively high, or an EPA- designated plant, fish, and animal habitat.
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305 "should not paralyze" the Legislature in attempts to improve the ESA program.
Clients may, however, contribute to both an ESA and a Section 529 plan.
By contrast, ESAS supports a core policy function of a central bank, underpinning the conduct of monetary policy (and the system thus operates on a cost-recovery basis).
To determine if conversion to a long-acting, once-monthly ESA synchronization would provide meaningful cost saving for hemodialysis units and improve medication compliance.
Two main reasons for starting your college funding each year with a $2,000 Coverdell ESA contribution are as follows:
* ESAs should be avoided in patients at risk for TE (e.g., those with histories of TE, recent surgery, prolonged immobilization, other thrombophilia).
Adult patients with chronic kidney disease currently receiving an ESA via sc administration were invited to participate in a patient survey at the time of their visit to their renal unit.
The FDA held the meeting because two studies reported in January found an association between ESA use in cancer patients and increased mortality and/or tumor promotion.
An earlier boxed warning, approved in March, described the results of six studies demonstrating that survival was shorter and tumors progressed faster when ESAs were used to achieve hemoglobin levels of 12 g/dL or greater.
While ESAs appear to be safe and effective when used at the recommended dose, anyone using these drugs must be aware that they are at increased risk of death and of serious heart complications, including stroke, heart attack, and blood clots in the heart or lungs.
530, clients can contribute up to $2,000 per year per beneficiary; all aggregate contributions to Coverdell education savings accounts (ESAs) cannot exceed $2,000 per beneficiary per year.
Hemoglobin (Hb) variability, in which Hb levels fluctuate above and below the target range over short periods of time, frequently occurs in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) Stages 1 to 5 and who are receiving erythropoiesis-stimulating agents (ESAs).