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Certified Nurse Practitioners and other health care professionals will administer supervised weight management programs in addition to the traditional in-store health care clinic services including diagnosis and treatment of common family illnesses such as ear infections, strep throat, sinus infections, poison ivy and other skin rashes and the flu.
You asked about the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council, established by the Congress in 1979 to provide a facility through which the agencies could address policy and operating differences, and thereby reduce the costs of their activities to the supervised institutions and to the public.
169, Philadelphia; 46; 225 years imprisonment, $4,550,000 fine, three years supervised release.
It wasn't until the next morning that the citizens heard news reports and realized they had helped a mentally unstable Bakersfield woman who had abducted her daughter from a supervised visit.
A fourth geographic sector, the Latin American Sector, which will include operations in Mexico, Central America and South America, will continue to be supervised by Cargill President Heinz F.
branches and agencies of foreign banks were licensed and supervised solely by state banking authorities.
We'll make sure EIAs are supervised to satisfy regulatory requirements, making EIA business easy for registered reps as well as every other aspect of conducting securities business.
A defendant convicted of possession of child pornography was sentenced to fifteen months imprisonment and three years of supervised release.
Convicted Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss was back in jail after being arrested on suspicion of violating the terms of her supervised release, allegedly by using methamphetamines, authorities said Friday.
The loan is for the installation of energy efficient windows at Riverbend, a 624-unit HUD supervised cooperative on the north tip of Fifth Avenue in Harlem.
An offender filed an emergency motion for modification of his conditions of supervised release.