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Freedom of Conscience is Freedom of Choice: Women’s Reproductive Needs, Rights, and their Therapeutic Implications  [PDF]
Carlos M. Del Rio
Advances in Applied Sociology (AASoci) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/aasoci.2012.23028
Abstract: Using reasonableness, we examine the U.S. Catholic bishops’ opposition to provisions of the Affordable Care Act of 2010. Weaving contributions from theology, philosophy, and jurisprudence, we emphasize the reasonable importance of mental health therapy for women within a relevant Catholic/Christian dialogue, particularly in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on healthcare. We principally identify socially imbedded factors that contribute to ending unwanted pregnancies, and argue that freedom of conscience is indeed freedom of choice within which women’s reproductive needs lie under protections of the U.S. Constitution. We recognize that Catholic tradition originates in the words and behaviors of Jesus. Examining closely these actions toward women, we find no reasonable justification for the bishops’ position against women’s freedom of conscience. We also discovered that revelation does not belong exclusively to the bishops; truth continues to be revealed to all human consciences, and true freedom does not allow for coercion/castigation of dogmatic import. We advocate for women’s ability to openly discuss their struggles to meet their reproductive condundra and to deconstruct their sexual stereotypes in mental health therapy. We provide crucial recommendations to augment choices for women’s reproduction condundra, and incite the need for new epistemic frameworks to address the complexity of female sexuality.
Allelic and genotypic associations of DRD2 TaqI A polymorphism with heroin dependence in Spanish subjects: a case control study
Jose Perez de los Cobos, Montserrat Baiget, Joan Trujols, Nuria Sinol, Victor Volpini, Enrique Banuls, Francesc Calafell, Elena Luquero, Elisabeth del Rio, Enric Alvarez
Behavioral and Brain Functions , 2007, DOI: 10.1186/1744-9081-3-25
Abstract: We compared two samples of unrelated Spanish individuals, all of European origin: 281 methadone-maintained heroin-dependent patients (207 males and 74 females) who frequently used non-opioid substances, and 145 control subjects (98 males and 47 females).The A1-A1 genotype was detected in 7.1% of patients and 1.4% of controls (P = 0.011, odds ratio = 5.48, 95% CI 1.26–23.78). Although the A1 allele was not associated with heroin dependence in the entire sample, the frequency of A1 allele was higher in male patients than in male controls (24.4% vs. 16.3%, P = 0.024, odds ratio = 1.65, 95% CI 1.07–2.57). A logistic regression analysis showed an interaction between DRD2 alleles and gender (odds ratio = 1.77, 95% CI 1.15–2.70).Our results indicate that, in Spanish individuals, genotypes of the DRD2 TaqI A polymorphism contribute to variations in the risk of heroin dependence, while single alleles contribute only in males.A better understanding of the etiology of heroin dependence is crucial for improving the prevention and treatment of this severe mental disorder. Genes that could be risk factors for heroin dependence have not been consistently identified; however, genetic epidemiology studies have shown that they do have an impact. These studies, with one exception [1], also suggest that such genetic factors are mainly nonspecific, because they also confer vulnerability to other substance use disorders (SUD) [2-4].The gene coding for the dopamine receptor D2 (DRD2) could be involved in heroin dependence and other SUD as a nonspecific genetic factor, because opioids and other substances of abuse induce some of their rewarding effects through the mesolimbic dopamine system [5,6]. Preclinical research supports this hypothesis. An absence of opioid-rewarding effects has been reported in mice lacking DRD2 [7].The DRD2 TaqI A is a SNP with two variants: A1, the less frequent allele, and A2. The A1 allele is associated with a reduction in the density of D2 receptors at the str
DEBER DE CONGRUENCIA (RECTIUS, CORRELACIóN) DE LA SENTENCIA PENAL Y OBJETO DEL PROCESO: UN PROBLEMA NO RESUELTO EN LA LEY E INSOLUBLE PARA LA JURISPRUDENCIA CHILENA
del Rio Ferretti,Carlos;
Ius et Praxis , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-00122008000200004
Abstract: this research is about the matching duty of the criminal judgement and problems that come along with its application by the chilean tribunals (and literature). the topic is analyzed setting the technical support after which builds on that obligation, as in the definition of the subject of the criminal procedure from a precise concept of the punishable act from a procedural perspective. this is the reason why we study the technical and theoretical positions about the concept of ?fact? more appropriate to understand the complex issue that involves the matching duty of the criminal judgement, to resolve the problems that come along with is application as we explain in this study. to this purpose we analyze naturalists and normatives theories about the concept of ?fact? and intend proving the practical consequence wether you submit to one or another theory.
LOS TESOROS DE LOS MALLKU DE POCONA Y TOTORA EN EL SIGLO XVI
del Rio,Mercedes;
Chungará (Arica) , 2010, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-73562010000100030
Abstract: this article presents an etnohistorical analysis of a coca production zone on the eastern frontiers of the tawantinsuyu during the 16th century. the inkas had organized a multiethnic archipelago in the valleys o/pocona and totora (charcas) in order to defend the frontier and cultivate coca for the state; this continued during the early colonial period. the paper shows that colonial ethnic leaders in these frontier valleys hoarded prestigious symbols of authority from the time of the inka which reinforced their colonial position. in particular, these treasures commemorated their ancestors, who had been captains of the inkas and had organized the labor force in the cocales, as well as during seasonal agricultural ceremonies and military festivals.
Miguel Letelier Valdés Premio Nacional de Arte en Música 2008
Grandela del Rio,Julia;
Revista musical chilena , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0716-27902009000100002
Abstract: this article deals with miguel letelier valdes's musical career as organist, composer and teacher, in addition to his activities related to aspects of ecology and nature phenomena. his training as a musician, his work as an organist along with his self-imposed goal of recovering and boosting the interpretation of this instrument in chile, are considered. besides, his career as professor of organ, and his concert tours in various countries with the aim of spreading the organistic repertoire, are discussed. this article highlights his contribution to musical composition with an analysis of his works and a discussion of his musical style. the article concludes with a catalog of his works.
Incrementar el número de pulmones válidos para trasplante: una necesidad Increasing the number of valid lungs for transplantation: a necessity
F. del Rio Gallegos
Medicina Intensiva , 2011,
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Guía sobre Agentes Químicos en el ámbito Sanitario Guide of chemicals agents in the healthcare sector
Jorge Pascual del Rio
Medicina y Seguridad del Trabajo , 2011,
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The influence of global warming in Earth rotation speed
R. Abarca del Rio
Annales Geophysicae (ANGEO) , 2003,
Abstract: The tendency of the atmospheric angular momentum (AAM) is investigated using a 49-year set of monthly AAM data for the period January 1949-December 1997. This data set is constructed with zonal wind values from the reanalyses of NCEP/NCAR, used in conjunction with a variety of operationally produced AAM time series with different independent sources and lengths over 1976-1997. In all the analyzed AAM series the linear trend is found to be positive. Since the angular momentum of the atmosphere-earth system is conserved this corresponds to a net loss of angular momentum by the solid earth, therefore decreasing the Earth rotation speed and increasing the length of day (LOD). The AAM rise is significant to the budget of angular momentum of the global atmosphere-earth system; its value in milliseconds/century (ms/cy) is +0.56 ms/cy, corresponding to one-third of the estimated increase in LOD (+1.7 ms/cy). The major contribution to this secular trend in AAM comes from the equatorial Tropopause. This is consistent with results from a previous study using a simplified aqua-planet model to investigate the AAM variations due to near equatorial warming conditions. During the same time interval, 1949-1997, the global marine + land-surface temperature increases by about 0.79 °C/cy, showing a linear correspondence between surface temperature increase and global AAM of about 0.07 ms per 0.1 °C. These results imply that atmospheric angular momentum may be used as an independent index of the global atmosphere's dynamical response to the greenhouse forcing, and as such, the length of day may be used as an indirect indicator of global warming. Key words. Meteorology and atmospheric dynamics (general circulation) · Geodesy
Gonzalo Sánchez y Ricardo Pe aranda (Compiladores): Pasado y presente de la Violencia en Colombia
Torres del Rio Cesar
Anuario Colombiano de Historia Social y de la Cultura , 1987,
Abstract: Gonzalo Sánchez y Ricardo Pe aranda (Compiladores): Pasado y presente de la Violencia en Colombia, CEREC, Bogotá, 1987.
Transición. Obras chilenas para marimba y vibráfono. CD
Julia Grandela del Rio
Revista musical chilena , 2007,
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