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in environmental law relating to waste, the physical, thermal, chemical or biological processes, including sorting, that change the characteristics of waste in order to reduce its volume, reduce its hazardous nature, facilitate its handling, or enhance its recoverability.
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After controlling for the control variables, the stakeholder prescription treatment was positively related to the likelihood that the participants made the decision favorable to the employees (p < 0.01).
Nine Grammatophyllum orchids in 15.2-cm baskets or 9 Dendrobium orchids in 10.2-cm pots were used in the efficacy trial and consisted of 3 water controls, 3 oil treatments (Prescription Treatment Ultra-pure Oil, Whitmire Micro-Gen Research Laboratories, Inc., St.
Another effective prescription treatment is lindane I percent lotion, the standard therapy for many years.
Whether marketed as an over-the-counter mouth rinse or a semicustomized prescription treatment, the new remineralizers may someday offer a painless and largely automatic repair of incipient decay.
The product is said to be the first and only prescription treatment secured approval for the treatment of both signs and symptoms of dry eye by inhibiting inflammation caused by the disease.
A: The cost for a prescription treatment for pinworm can be staggering, up to a whopping 95% more than an O-T-C treatment.
Following the expected approval from the US FDA, DTHR-ALZ would become the first non-pharmacological prescription treatment for Alzheimer's disease.
If you want an effective prescription treatment, speak to your vet.
Reassuringly for acne sufferers, depending on the severity, there is a successful four-month prescription treatment with a specific antibiotic or where the cause is polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) with a particular contraceptive pill.
Reassuringly for acne sufferers, depending on the severity, there is a successful four-month prescription treatment with a specific anti-biotic or where the cause is polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) with a particular contraceptive pill.
The treatment under study, MOB-015, is a proprietary topical formulation of terbinafine, which was developed by Moberg Pharma and is the most widely used oral prescription treatment for onychomycosis.
These types of drugs can steer a prescription treatment plan in the wrong direction, causing a negative effect on a patient's well being, not to mention the overall costs.

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