The most widespread and popular strategy for reducing tobacco use has been “youth access” laws, which make it illegal to sell cigarettes to teenagers. In the USA, youth access controls have been part of tobacco control policies required by the federal government in order to obtain funding for substance abuse programmes1; they were at the core of the tobacco regulation proposed by the Food and Drug Administration2 and struck down by the US Supreme Court. Both the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention3 and the Institute of Medicine4 recommend youth access controls as part of a comprehensive tobacco control program.
Other recently declassified documents, and interviews with former intelligence analysts, show that the intelligence community was divided about the purpose of the P NUTS site for much of the 1960s and ’70s. By the end of the ’70s, however, there was a growing belief that the site was the focus of Kremlin attempts to gain strategic superiority over the United States by developing a particle beam weapon that would make the Soviet Union invulnerable to nuclear missile attack. The difficulties of actually producing such a weapon were immense.
We collected stroke risk factors, time to treatment, stroke scale, and additional medical co morbidities: cardiomyopathy, chronic lung disease, chronic kidney disease, body mass index >30, early hyperglycemia (any 24 hour post procedure blood sugar >150 gm/dl), history of malignancy, and dementia. These co variates were placed into a univariate analysis to identify predictors for a poor outcome, defined as a modified Rankin Scale >2 at 90 days. Covariates with a p value of.
It imho, psychologically easier to get fluent in reading one style of writing on one type of topic and then, with all that added confidence, branch out into other topics and styles. Wikipedia is too broad, but if you wanted to stick to one topic like say technology articles and such, once you get the needed technical vocab (not more than 100 words) they are super simple grammar wise. For example, a book on databases or C++.
Just the other day someone (around 50) mentioned to me that if he leaves his glasses off his eyes tend to do better than when they get used to having the glasses on. With me (and I know originally, the OP wasn’t talking about age related reading glasses), it happened so suddenly. As l long as I was reading daily my eyes were the same as they’d always been.
I always tried to keep our events simple. We meet at a bar, usually on the last Saturday of the month, at 9 PM. As our attendance grew over the years, it became more and more difficult to find places that can easily accommodate such a large group without having to rent a room, so I tended to plan them at the same 2 3 bars.