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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page UNICEF Young Reporters UNICEF volunteers co-creating for youth by youth UNICEFMK Home Programme Menu UNICEF Volunteers Plant at Home UNICEF Young Reporters UNICEF Young Reporters Available in: English Македонски The UNICEF Young Reporters is a volunteer initiative that brings together young people and offers them a unique opportunity to express their views, share experiences, gain knowledge and skills, showcase examples of adolescents and youth taking positive actions and effectively participate in developing processes of their communities. (...) For the first time, I feel like my opinion is heard and genuinely matters,” Matej 16 UNICEF Young Reporter Blogs during COVID-19 Blog post Things we gained volunteering as UNICEF Young Reporters A joint blog by UNICEF Young Reporters Read the story Blog post Learning online: A challenge to achieve better outcomes A blog by UNICEF Young Reporters Read the story Blog post The Role of Teachers in Society Why Do Teachers Deserve More Respect? Read the story Blog post Caring about our Mental Health in Schools Let's Go Back to a Better School Read the story Blog post Interview - Bionic - GenUnlimited Winners The team invented a 3D printed bionic arm (electronic prosthesis) that works via muscle sensors reading the muscle impulses of the forearm Read the story Blog post Plant at Home – A New Trend Connecting Young People Plant at Home (#СадиСиДома) is a UNICEF supported #VolunteersForChildren initiative created by youth for youth.
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Score: 1521927.9 - https://www.unicef.org/northmacedonia/unicef-young-reporters
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Blog post 13 July 2020 Interview - Bionic - GenUnlimited Winners The team invented a 3D printed bionic arm (electronic prosthesis) that works via muscle sensors reading the muscle impulses of the forearm Article 26 May 2020 Youth Volunteers rise to the challenge of COVID-19 “Thanks to UNICEF’s workshops, I met a lot of peers who, just like me, want to contribute to the world in this difficult time.” Ines, aged 15 Blog post 19 May 2020 Socialization in the “New Normal” The word ‘socializing’ has gained new forms of practice and with-it new challenges and difficulties.
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Score: 1496582.4 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...edonia/topics/youth-journalism
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On the day of returning for each ram an own alp index was calculated (Table 2): Table 2: The alp index of 60 rams from 2010 until 2013 Data Weight Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Alp index gain weight hoof wool muscling Over all type Ranking (sum of in kg gain quality quality best 10 grades) Mean 5,3 10,1 14,3 14,3 14,6 13,3 3,7 69,4 Stand. dev. 4,8 4,8 2,6 1,8 1,2 1,6 3,5 8,2 Min. -6,5 1 8 10 12 10 0 48 Max. 20,5 18 18 18 16 16 10 92  Weight gain during the alpine summer pasture (evaluation for each age group, mean 10, standard deviation 5, limited to 1-18 points)  Claw quality (grades 1-9, times 2)  Wool quality (grades 1-9, times 2)  Muscling (grades 1-9, times 2)  Over all type (grades 1-9, times 2)  Ranking of the rams (First place = 10 points … 10 th place = 1 point, further places 0 points) The weight gains are only compared for the time the rams graze on the alpine pasture, as each year there are different environmental and grazing conditions. Additionally, differences can also occur due to fighting. The weight gains are transformed into a grade, where the mean is 10, the standard deviation is 5 and the scale range is 1 to 18. (...) Within the last five years, the Alpines Steinschaf gained new accessions, the total stock in Germany more than doubled.
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Score: 1490780.2 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ine_pasture_sheep_breeding.pdf
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In a 13-week mouse feeding study with dietary concentrations up to 7000 ppm, reduced body weight gain in spite of higher feed consumption was observed. (...) Also at 3500 ppm, body weight gain was reduced in both sexes, body weight–adjusted spleen weights were decreased and liver weights were increased. (...) Feed consumption and body weight gain were reduced from GD 4 in animals at 75 mg/kg bw per day and above.
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Score: 1448068.75 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...s/JMPR/Report11/Isopyrazam.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Blog post Interview - Bionic - GenUnlimited Winners The team invented a 3D printed bionic arm (electronic prosthesis) that works via muscle sensors reading the muscle impulses of the forearm and is intended for people who are missing an upper limb Interview by Matej Milosievski (16), a UNICEF Young Reporter UNICEFMK Available in: English Македонски 13 July 2020 Young people have an undiscovered amount of imagination and creativity. (...) Bionic: Our product is a 3D printed bionic arm (electronic prosthesis) that works via muscle sensors reading the muscle impulses of the forearm and is intended for people who are missing an upper limb. (...) Bionic: The experience was fantastic. We gained a lot of new skills and knowledge. We were very surprised after the victory in the challenge, but also happy because of the opportunity given to us to improve the product.
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Score: 1441932.9 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...ew-bionic-genunlimited-winners
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In three oral dog studies (4 weeks, 90 days and 1 year), initial body weight losses and decreased body weight gains were observed in males and females receiving the highest dietary concentrations of acetamiprid. (...) At 400 ppm in males, body weights were decreased, and the body weight gain was statistically significantly decreased compared with controls through 13 weeks of study. (...) For MRL compliance, the IM-2-1 metabolite is the predominant residue in milk, liver, kidney poultry muscle and skin and eggs, and is a major residue component in goat muscle.
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Score: 1431768.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/.../JMPR/Report11/Acetamiprid.pdf
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The NOAEL was 1000 ppm (equal to 108 mg/kg bw per day), based on reduced body weight gain in females at the highest dose. Dicamba was not carcinogenic in mice. (...) The NOAEL was 3000 ppm (equal to 195 mg/kg bw per day), based on reduced body weight gain at 6000 ppm. In a 13-week study in dogs administered up to 150 mg/kg bw per day by capsule, the NOAEL was 50 mg/kg bw per day, based on reduced (by 11%) body weight gain and liver effects at 150 mg/kg bw per day. (...) The NOAEL was 6000 ppm (equal to 474 mg/kg bw per day), based on reduced body weight gain and lower lymphocyte counts in animals at 12 000 ppm.
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Score: 1425242.4 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ides/JMPR/Report10/Dicamba.pdf
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The overall NOAEL was 50 mg/kg bw per day, based on reduced body weight gain in females at 150 mg/kg bw per day. The NOAEL in an 18-month dietary study in mice was 1250 ppm (equal to 157 mg/kg bw per day), based on a decrease in body weight and body weight gain in both sexes at 7000 ppm (equal to 900 mg/kg bw per day). (...) In the milk, kidney, and muscle samples, sedaxane was not detected. Low TRR levels in muscle (0.004–0.006 mg eq. (...) No sedaxane was found in goat muscle samples; trace levels were reported in hen muscle samples (0.001 mg/kg).
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Score: 1418518.9 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...des/JMPR/Report12/Sedaxane.pdf
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WHO defines physical activity as any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that requires energy expenditure. Physical activity refers to all movement including during leisure time, for transport to get to and from places, or as part of a person’s work. (...) Adults living with disability: should do at least 150–300 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity;  or at least 75–150 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity; or an equivalent combination of moderate- and vigorous-intensity activity throughout the week should also do muscle-strengthening activities at moderate or greater intensity that involve all major muscle groups on 2 or more days a week, as these provide additional health benefits. (...) Evidence shows higher amounts of sedentary behaviour are associated with the following poor health outcomes: In children and adolescents:  increased adiposity (weight gain) poorer cardiometabolic health, fitness, behavioural conduct/pro-social behaviour reduced sleep duration In adults: all-cause mortality, cardiovascular disease mortality and cancer mortality incidence of cardiovascular disease, cancer and type-2 diabetes. 
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Score: 1393090.1 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...heets/detail/physical-activity
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The impact of technology on inequality depends on which group of workers is easier to replace by new machines and on how the overall gains are shared between firm owners and workers. (...) D e p a r t m e n t o f E c o n o m i c & S o c i a l A f f a i r s Job destruction and job creation are determined not only by technological feasibility, but also by economic, legal, regulatory or socio-political factors: Technology-driven automation in large manufacturing powerhouses may limit the ability of developing countries to gain a competitive advantage in new sectors. While new technologies may encourage some manufacturers to move production closer to their main markets, there is no massive reshoring of jobs from developing to developed countries. (...) Proactive policies are needed to help workers adapt to the new demands and to ensure that the gains are broadly shared. This requires re-thinking and re-designing labour market policies, social security schemes and taxation systems.
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Score: 1373422.5 - https://www.un.org/development...Frontier_IssuesKeyMessages.pdf
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