O Criador de DVD do Windows 7 Ultimate está incluído com todos os anteriores e pode ser. Baixado: Apenas 7 dias atrás do Baixado. Baixado: Atualmente Baixado.Effect of occlusal interference on periodontal status in relation to gender: a systematic review.
To investigate the impact of occlusal interference on periodontal status in relation to gender. Based on the protocols of the International Association of Dental Research and on a Medline search, 7 relevant studies were selected. For statistical analyses, the Cochrane Library and Review Manager software were used. When all the study groups were compared with each other, there was a significant increase in the prevalence of periodontal attachment loss in women than in men. However, there were no differences between the intervention and the control groups when all the study groups were compared. Occlusal interference appears to be an important risk factor for periodontal attachment loss in women.DoD News
U.S. Action Against Military Personnel Doesn’t Fit Laws, Chomsky Says
By Sgt. Carlos A. Moore, USASpecial to American Forces Press Service
WASHINGTON, May 31, 2006 The U.S. action against military personnel in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, doesn’t fit the laws, and there is no justification for it, according to Noam Chomsky. Chomsky, the political dissident and professor of linguistics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, spoke to American Forces Press Service here May 30 about the May 19 detentions of five Guantanamo Bay detainees.
“It’s a serious violation of the law,” he said. “I don’t think there is any justification for it.”
Chomsky said the U.S. has the capability of holding the detainees anywhere in the United States, but it does not have a legal right to hold them in Guantanamo. “When you have somebody with no rights, no criminal charges, no judicial review, you can hold him anywhere you want,” he said.
“The U.S. has chosen to hold people without rights, without judicial review, without lawyers, without trial, without public statement of charges,” he said. “The U.S. can hold them anywhere it wants.”