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the practical nature of the case, here is no theoretical argument but pragmatic
reasoning for washing hands, with scientific evidence of hand-washing flushing
out diseases into a sanitary condition globally. All facts found show some
people surviving long without hand-washing, not denying healthful hand-washing,
spreading health. Hand-washing remains a medium simplest most efficacious for
global health. Thus this essay delivers an important message of global health
by routine hand-washing, in four sections. 1) It describes what is hand washing
(Section 2). 2) How to wash hands is concretely specified (Section 3). 3) Exceptions
are responded to (Section 4). 4) How pivotal such an easy practice of hand
washing is to global health is elucidated, to clinch the whole crucial issue at
stake worldwide (Section 5).
advocates global vegetarian diet. Firstly, seven personal health benefits and
four global benefits of vegetarian dinners are specified to enrich the entire
globe, and then, secondly, I explore concretely how to overcome internal
hurdle and external hurdle, so as to effectively propagate vegetarian dinners
throughout the world. Everyone wins, including animals!
The empirical literature on hospital report cards typically assumes that report card cannot interact with consumer’s private learning. This study examines the impact of the implementation of FL hospital quality reporting system in late 2004 on hospital admission patterns using a pre-post difference-in-difference design. The estimation model allows for the possibility that report-card learning may interact with non-report-card learning. The study sample is comprised of all patients admitted to any FL hospital between 2000 and 2008 with a principal diagnosis of acute myocardial infarction (AMI). We find that hospital admission patterns for AMI patients did not respond to report card information. However, we find evidence consistent with the possibility that the implementation of a report card system may stimulate consumers (either patients or physicians) to seek higher quality hospitals through private information channels.