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除染廃棄物の焼却灰 容積減らす新施設完成

福島県内の除染廃棄物を燃やして出る、汚染の程度が高い灰の容積を減らすための新しい施設が、福島第一原発の周辺にある中間貯蔵施設の用地に完成しました。

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Explaining the variability in cardiovascular risk factors among First Nations communities in Canada: a population-based study.

Peyakohewamak-Needs of Involved Nehiyaw (Cree) Fathers Supporting Their Partners During Pregnancy: Findings From the ENRICH Study.

Canadian Alliance for Healthy Hearts and Minds: First Nations Cohort Study Rationale and Design.

Kikiskawâwasow - prenatal healthcare provider perceptions of effective care for First Nations women: an ethnographic community-based participatory research study.

High Frequency of Pre-Existing Type 2 Diabetes in a Series of Pregnant Women Referred for "Gestational Diabetes" in a Large Canadian Indigenous Community.

Longitudinal Rates and Risk Factors for Adverse Birth Weight Among First Nations Pregnancies in Alberta.

A retrospective analysis of stillbirth epidemiology and risk factors among First Nations and non-First Nations pregnancies in Alberta from 2000 to 2009.

Cultural continuity, traditional Indigenous language, and diabetes in Alberta First Nations: a mixed methods study.

Diabetes in pregnancy among First Nations women.

Birth weight predicts both proteinuria and overweight/obesity in a rural population of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Canadians.

Diabetes in pregnancy among First Nations women in Alberta, Canada: a retrospective analysis.

Increasing rates of diabetes amongst status Aboriginal youth in Alberta, Canada.

Emerging longitudinal trends in health indicators for rural residents participating in a diabetes and cardiovascular screening program in northern Alberta, Canada.

Recent epidemiologic trends of diabetes mellitus among status Aboriginal adults.

Improvements in indicators of diabetes-related health status among first nations individuals enrolled in a community-driven diabetes complications mobile screening program in Alberta, Canada.

Docosahexaenoic acid increases cellular adiponectin mRNA and secreted adiponectin protein, as well as PPARγ mRNA, in 3T3-L1 adipocytes.

Restoring Aboriginal culture through community-based type 2 diabetes screening.

What happens after community-based screening for diabetes in rural and Indigenous individuals?

Increasing rates of diabetes and cardiovascular risk in Métis Settlements in northern Alberta.

Differences in the prevalence of diabetes risk-factors among First Nation, Métis and non-Aboriginal adults attending screening clinics in rural Alberta, Canada.

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