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Even though the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) may be increased when infants are lying in the prone position, severe reflux is one reason for placing infants in the prone position for sleeping. 18 Alternatively, the infant can be placed on his or her side. Giving the infant smaller, more frequent feedings may be useful, as may therapy with histamine H 2 -receptor blockers such as ranitidine (Zantac), in a dosage of 2 to 5 mg per kg two times a day, or cimetidine (Tagamet), in a dosage of 2.5 to 5.0 mg per kg four times a day. Thickened feedings appear to help many patients clinically but have not been shown to reduce reflux as measured by a pH probe and may increase the number of coughing spells. 17 Metoclopramide (Reglan), in a dosage of 0.1 mg per kg four times a day, and cisapride (Propulsid), in a dosage of 0.2 mg per kg three or four times a day, Christian Louboutin Printed Ponyhair Wedges buy cheap reliable clearance release dates sDP3nIK
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AOS 2018 - Davos Theme: The Business Case for a pan-Arctic Observing System

At the 2016 Summit, over 450 delegates, from 30 countries, representing a broad spectrum of the scientific community, Indigenous peoples from Alaska, Northern Canada, Greenland, Arctic Scandinavia and Arctic Russia, representatives of the private sector, governmental agencies, non-governmental and non-profit organizations, and Arctic Council observers, Permanent Participants, and working group representatives came together to discuss and develop recommendations and a pathway toward the implementation of an internationally supported, pan-Arctic observing system that is considerate of and responsive to both local and global needs. Among these was the recommendation that the international Arctic Community:

Propose to the highest levels of government, the business case for a comprehensive pan-Arctic observing system.” ( AOS Conference Statement 2016 )

This recommendation also elaborated that: " This proposal should assess the costs and demonstrate the benefits for society at various levels, including an Implementation Plan that builds upon the present system and past planning, and that identifies needed resources including infrastructure, instrumentation, human capacity, the pathways to financing, and a strategy for sustained financing".

I t is this recommendation, challenging the international Arctic community to present a “business case” for a comprehensive pan-Arctic observing system that is the focus of AOS 2018. Such an effort would evaluate societal benefits and costs, lay out financing options, and place investments in observing activities and infrastructure in a broader context.

The AOS 2018 will focus on pressing issues in the implementation and support of sustained observations that can be addressed through a business-case lens. To that end, s h ort submissions are requested that address any and all aspects of the overarching theme and sub-themes. These statements provide a mechanism by which Arctic community members can shape the 2018 Summit and its outcomes and guide the focus of future Summits. Statements on other issues relevant to the design, implementation and support of long-term A rctic observing are also welcome.

Examples for sessions, presentations or discussion topics under specific sub-theme headings focusing on steps that can be taken to link scientific arguments and implementation approaches with those emerging from a business-case approach are provided below.

Your fish dinner probably suffocated on the deck of a ship — a slow and painful death #FriendsNotFood

Gonna be really hard for me to stop eating seafood. Been a pescetarian for 9 months now. Pescetarian was my first step into going vegan. Now working on seafood and dairy.

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Stopped eating meat and seafood a year ago. Not an easy thing to do in Cajun county, but I feel so much better!

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It's common sense.....EVERYTHING FEELS PAIN!

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Am I crazy, or isn't it plainly obvious that fish have the capacity to feel pain?

1 day ago · 5

It is terrible that we need evidence to show that fish feel pain.... shouldn't it be obvious???

22 hours ago · 1

I figured that out a long time ago. Stopped eating fish in 1996

1 day ago · 3

Umm...How do people not know that fish feel pain?

1 day ago · 3

I've never eaten Seafood in my entire life and I never will..

1 day ago · 1

When you look at a piece of fish on your plate or in a tin, how can you not see how it was caught, suffered and died just to be eaten. How can you catch another living creature, kill it and it eat without feeling remorse or guilt knowing that they have feelings and suffered tremendously before finally dieting in fear and immense pain?

23 hours ago · 1

Y'all are so stupid guess your plants that you eat have feelings to right that will be the next thing I see or hear re re

23 hours ago

That’s why I am vegan! Simple compassion over cruelty!

1 day ago · 2

I cant believe this is even news.... how is it possible that we can find cures for diseases, but people don't think fish feel pain?

11 hours ago

Not according to.the UK government. They've ruled that they aren't sentient-except pets, apparently!

1 day ago · 1

Rahul Gandhi see I told you.. looks like this is the worst

22 hours ago

some real sickos in the world - of course everything that breathes will feel pain - disgusting humans

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I love fish!! Y u m m y

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Fish were made for eating

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Dom Duff sorry not sorry

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Of course they feel pain, baffles me how ignorant people are. Stop eating animals

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