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He conversed with the great Physician on that relaxation of the throat with which young curates were too frequently afflicted, and on the means of lessening the great prevalence of that disorder in the church.
On the one hand, he surprised himself by his discoveries in natural history, finding that his piece of garden-ground contained wonderful caterpillars, slugs, and insects, which, so far as he had heard, had never before attracted human observation; and he noticed remarkable coincidences between these zoological phenomena and the great events of that time,--as, for example, that before the burning of York Minster there had been mysterious serpentine marks on the leaves of the rose-trees, together with an unusual prevalence of slugs, which he had been puzzled to know the meaning of, until it flashed upon him with this melancholy conflagration.
The prevalence of diabetes in the United States was 12%-14% in 2011-2012 with higher rates in black, Asian, and Hispanic populations.
Table 6: Global HPV Testing Market by Region (2014):Breakdown by Number of Women Tested and Prevalence of HPV16/18 in Women with Normal Cytology (includes correspondingGraph/Chart) II-11
In studying the prevalence and demographic differences in BDD, high-risk groups can be identified which in turn guide prevention and treatment.
The prevalence of diagnosed diabetes in the United States rose significantly from 1988 to 2010, jumping from 6% to 10%.
Compared with estimates from recent Demographic and Health Surveys, the prevalence of any anemia among women age 15-49 in the Kyrgyz Republic in 2012 (35%) is higher than that in Armenia (25% in 2005) and Moldova (28% in 2005), similar to the prevalence in Azerbaijan (37% in 2006), Kazakhstan (36% in 1999), but lower than in Turkmenistan (47% in 2000).
In order to ensure that reliable and comparable data are obtained, the estimation of the prevalence of problematic opiate use in ireland is one of the priorities set out by the nacda in its current work programme agreed by the minister.
HIV prevalence in rural South Africa is high, and is substantially higher among women than men, according to a survey conducted in 2010-2011 among 4,362 adults aged 15 and older living in the Agincourt Health and Socio-Demographic Surveillance site.
pNTM disease is increasingly common in Canada (4) and the United States (5-7), but its prevalence is not well understood.
The data indicated that the prevalence for asthma overall, regardless of gender, age, socio-economic status, and other such factors, was lower in urban Aboriginal children than the Canadian average.
The prevalence of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) in many countries of Europe in the last two decades was considerably lower in comparison to the earlier published data.