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COMMISSION ON NARCOTIC DRUGS REPORT ON THE 34TH SESSION (29 APRIL-9 MAY 1991)
Urges States that are able to do so to increase substantially their voluntary contributions to the United Nations International Drug Control Programme to enable it to expand further its operational and technical assistance programmes, especially in the demand reduction sector; 16.
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Score: 1674246 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...F/GET?OPEN&DS=E/1991/24&LANG=E
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Pastry and syrup desserts (including dry baklava) Raw meatballs Black and green tea (except high schools) Herbal teas Caffeinated products (all caffeinated foods and beverages, coffee-style products, mocca, latte, capuccino, etc.) Products containing guarana, guarana extract, added caffeine Food and beverages containing sweeteners Cream, coconut milk and cream Products with the following food additives: Sunset yellow (E 110), Quinoline Yellow (E 104), Carmosine (E 122), Allura red (E 129), Tartrazine (E102), Ponzo 4R (E 124), and Titanium dioxide (E 171)  Food and beverages suitable for sale in schools Fruits, vegetables that can be consumed raw (in accordance with the season), salads (olive oil and lemon can be added) Dried fruits (up to 30g, packaged, uncoated and without added sugar – figs, apricots, grapes, etc.)
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Score: 1470209 - https://www.fao.org/platforms/...Crkiye/summary-of-standards/en
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. – Calorie information  – Serving size – Added sugars MOVING FORWARD • Labeling of caffeine content in all foods and beverages would  help patients and their families make healthy decisions  regarding caffeine intake. • Front of pack labeling is more likely to be used by consumers  unable to understand the Nutrition Facts panel or those with  time constraints
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Score: 1458840.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/tbt_e/2.0_US_e.pdf
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If you identify with any of the following risk factors, you are at a greater risk of developing osteoporosis: Woman Age 50+ Asian or Caucasian Unhealthy lifestyle habits – alcohol, cigarettes, caffeine, no exercise Prior gastric surgery Low body weight Chronic disease Premature menopause Maternal family history of fractures What are the symptoms? (...) Limit alcohol consumption, caffeine and quit smoking. Supplements, medication and surgery may be offered as a treatment from your health care provider.
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Score: 1428338.8 - https://www.who.int/westernpac...e-ways-to-prevent-osteoporosis
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These include: (1) an updated and expanded range of substance classes; (2) greater specification of different harmful patterns of substance use, which may be continuous or episodic and recurrent; (3) a new category to denote single episodes of harmful use; (4) a category describing hazardous use of substances; and (5) simplification of diagnostic guidelines for substance dependence. Browse ICD-11 for Mortality and Morbidity Statistics Obtain more info on ICD-11 18 June 2018 News release WHO releases new International Classification of Diseases (ICD 11) 14 September 2018 Departmental news Inclusion of “gaming disorder” in ICD-11 Diagnostic categories and terms in ICD 11 Disorders due to substance use  6C40 Disorders due to use of alcohol   6C41 Disorders due to use of cannabis   6C42 Disorders due to use of synthetic cannabinoids   6C43 Disorders due to use of opioids   6C44 Disorders due to use of sedatives, hypnotics or anxiolytics   6C45 Disorders due to use of cocaine   6C46 Disorders due to use of stimulants including amphetamines, methamphetamine or methcathinone   6C47 Disorders due to use of synthetic cathinones   6C48 Disorders due to use of caffeine   6C49 Disorders due to use of hallucinogens   6C4A Disorders due to use of nicotine   6C4B Disorders due to use of volatile inhalants   6C4C Disorders due to use of MDMA or related drugs, including MDA   6C4D Disorders due to use of dissociative drugs including ketamine and phencyclidine [PCP]   6C4E Disorders due to use of other specified psychoactive substances, including medications   6C4F Disorders due to use of multiple specified psychoactive substances, including medications   6C4G Disorders due to use of unknown or unspecified psychoactive substances   6C4H Disorders due to use of non-psychoactive substances   6A41 Catatonia induced by substances or medications   6C4Y Other specified disorders due to substance use   6C4Z Disorders due to substance use, unspecified   Disorders due to addictive behaviours  6C50 Gambling disorder   6C51 Gaming disorder   6C5Y Other specified disorders due to addictive behaviours   6C5Z Disorders due to addictive behaviours, unspecified           Regions Africa Americas Eastern Mediterranean Europe South-East Asia Western Pacific Policies Cyber security Ethics Permissions and licensing Preventing sexual exploitation Terms of use About us Careers Library Procurement Publications Frequently asked questions Contact us Subscribe to our newsletters Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 1250649.1 - https://www.who.int/teams/ment...dictive-behaviours/terminology
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Tea and coffee will not be available during the meeting so it is suggested that you get your caffeine fix in one of the coffee bars nearby. The nearest tube station is Blackfriars (several other stations are within easy walking distance).
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Score: 1244022.95 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...2E/02/T2E020001780001MSWE.docx
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UNITED NATIONS. LAWS AND REGULATIONS. COMMUNICATED IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE TERMS OF THE COVENTION FOR LIMITING THE MANUFACTURE AND REGULATING THE DISTRIBUTION OF NARCOTIC DRUGS OF 13 JULY 1931. SWEDEN
medicaments in portioned These provisions also apply to caffeine, but doses may not doses exceed 0.1 gramme.
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Score: 1220881.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=E/NL.1949/1-3&Lang=E
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STATEMENT SUBMITTED BY THE ACADEMIC COUNCIL ON THE UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM (ACUNS)
Substance consumption seems to be initiated about the same time that alcohol, tobacco, and caffeine are first consumed. Marijuana seems to be first used around the ages of 16 to 20, while other substances such as LSD, Speed, and Cocaine are tried in their twenties.
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Score: 1214205.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=E/CN.7/2017/NGO/6&Lang=E
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Summary of standards Norway | Around the world | School food global hub Discover About FAO In action Media Main topics Resources Member countries Get involved English Share × Close School food global hub About Around the world Africa Asia and the Pacific Europe and Central Asia Latin America and the Caribbean Near East and North Africa North America Countries' corner Regional networks Good practices and case studies Peer-to-peer exchange Youth corner News and events News Articles Events Past events Technical resources Publications Scientific articles Methodology for setting nutrition standards Norway Summary of school meal standards A summary of the standards includes the following: Meals should be arranged so as to be conducted at 3 to 4-hour intervals  Physical arrangements should be made for meals that promote enjoyment of meals, socialisation, well-being and health  Pupils should be given enough time to eat; at least 20 minutes  Pupils should be supervised by an adult at mealtimes  Cold drinking water should be available at all times as a thirst quencher and to accompany meals  Pupils should be offered schemes that ensure daily access to vegetables, fruit or berries  Pupils should be offered schemes that ensure access to milk to accompany meals: reduced-fat semi-skimmed milk (0.7% fat), semi-skimmed milk (1% fat) and/or skimmed milk (0.1% fat)  Arrangements should be made to ensure handwashing before meals   The storage, preparation, serving and labelling of food must be carried out in compliance with rules and recommendations issued by the Norwegian Food Safety Authority  The needs of pupils with food allergies or food intolerances should be accommodated   If fruit juice is offered, units should not exceed 250 ml   Carbonated soft drinks, squash and other beverages containing added sugar or artificial sweeteners and caffeinated beverages should not be offered  Meals offered should be based on the Norwegian Directorate of Health's healthy eating guidelines and conform to the national nutritional standards   Bread and cereals in school meals should be high in fibre and whole grains and low in fat, sugar and salt  Bread toppings/spreads offered to pupils should be varied and always include fish and vegetables  Any hot meals served should be a variety of fish, meat and vegetarian dishes   Cooking oils and liquid and soft margarine should be used instead of hard margarine and butter  Low-salt/sodium foods should be given priority and the use of salt/sodium as seasoning in food preparation and on meals should be limited  Sugary and high-fat baked and other goods should be limited to special occasions  Chocolate, confectionery, potato chips and other snacks should not be offered  Eco-friendly practices should be aimed for to achieve minimal food waste and meal options in which plant-based foods and fish are focal Follow us on FAO Organizational Chart Worldwide offices Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices Jobs Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Download our app © FAO 2022
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Score: 1200307.8 - https://www.fao.org/platforms/...norway/summary-of-standards/en
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EVIEW OF THE REPORT OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON PREFERENCES ON ITS 11TH SESSION: SOME CONSIDERATIONS ON THE GENERALIZED SYSTEM OF PREFERENCES : NOTE / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
The GSP VT2.S ori(7inally proposed to prc)mo1;e exports of m:,nufactures ,mo. semi- nl8.nuf2,ctures, but it 'J;;\S [tradue.lly expanded during negoti8.tions to cover commodities gS IIell. (...) §J 16.6 08.12 A A1Jricots 7 5.5 1.5 27.2 09.01.AI b Coffee, unr8asted, free 13 9 4 j 30.7of caffeine 09.01.A 11 Coffee, roasted, not I a 15 12 :J! 20.0! free of caffeine, I 09.01.0 Coffee substitutes 18 14· 4§!
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Score: 1193555.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=TD/B/C.2/217&Lang=E
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