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Asthma symptoms, activity limitations and pulmonary function were generally good among children who lived in neighborhoods that were lower in danger and disorder, and their family relationships had little effect.
"When children lived in neighbourhoods that were high in danger and disorder, the better their family relationships, the fewer symptoms and activity limitations they had, and the better their pulmonary," Chen added.
An amendment to section 8 makes the need to protect the victim of an alleged offence and anyone in a family relationship with the victim the court's primary consideration in any bail decision for a defendant charged with a family violence offence.
Teens who are members of religiously involved families are likely to have stronger family relationships than teens in families that are not religiously active, according to a report from the National Study of Youth and Religion, a four-year research project based at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Researcher Mengya Xia said that the results gave an insight on how early family relationships could have long-term impacts on young adult romantic relationships.
"Family relationship problems and bullying are the two main reasons why people called ChildLine last year.
Norman Yakalaya, a member of the legislative assembly of the Northwest Territories and a survivor of sexual abuse, said the dysfunctional effects caused by lack of parenting, family relationship roles, traditional teachings in language and culture, "stick like Velcro and keep us from being whole."
* In order to modernize the profession's rules on independence, the AICPA professional ethics executive committee adopts revisions to the financial interest and family relationship provisions under rule 101, Independence.
93-12, the IRS reversed its previous position of "family attribution"; that is, the Service will no longer disallow minority and marketability discounts solely because of the family relationship of the shareholders.
However, no other occupant, regardless of close family relationship is so protected."
ERIC Descriptors: Educational Policy; Familiarity; Organizational Effectiveness; Family Work Relationship; Family Relationship; Human Resources; Personnel Policy; Organizational Development; Employer Employee Relationship; Organizational Culture; Employment Practices; Supervisor Supervisee Relationship; Curriculum Guides; Behavioral Objectives; Conflict; Fundamental Concepts; Learning Modules; Case Studies; Teaching Methods; Instructional Design

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