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Food safety and quality: Online help english FAO Home Food safety & quality About us Events & projects Capacity development Scientific advice Calls for data and experts Microbiological risks and JEMRA Chemical risks and JECFA JECFA publications from meetings Guidelines Summary reports Full reports Toxicological monographs Other scientific advice Publications & tools A-Z index Partnerships Food safety and quality | share  >  Scientific advice  >  Chemical risks and JECFA   Online Help Content & Structure This JECFA database contains information on the veterinary drugs and their residues in foods as adopted and proposed by the Committee, including: Acceptable daily intake (ADI) Maximum residue levels (MRL): species, tissues Status of ADI and MRL (full, temporary, none) Marker residue Summary of decision on ADI/MRL Other remarks The Database can be searched by Substance Select "Drug name or fragment", type a name or a part of a name in the box "Keyword"and press the "Search"-button. (...) Functional classes Antibacterial agent Antibacterial agent Antiparasitic Antifungal agent Antibacterial agent Antimicrobial agent Antiparasitic agent Antiprotozoal agent Beta-adrenoceptor blocking agent Glucocorticosteroid Growth promoter Insecticide Milk production aid Production aid Tranquillizing agent Trypanocide Xenobiotic growth promoter Beta-adrenoceptor agonist       Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1613712.1 - https://www.fao.org/food/food-...jecfa-vetdrugs/online-help/en/
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Food safety and quality: Online help english Español Página principal de la FAO Inocuidad y calidad de los alimentos Quiénes somos Eventos y proyectos Desarrollo de la capacidad Asesoramiento científico Pide datos y expertos Microorganismos (JEMRA) Sustancias químicas (JECFA) Publicaciones Directrices Resúmenes de los informes Informes completos Monografías toxicológicas Otros asesoramiento científico Publicaciones e instrumentos Índice de la A a la Z Programas asociativos Inocuidad y calidad de los alimentos | share  >  Asesoramiento científico  >  Sustancias químicas (JECFA)   Online Help Content & Structure This JECFA database contains information on the veterinary drugs and their residues in foods as adopted and proposed by the Committee, including: Acceptable daily intake (ADI) Maximum residue levels (MRL): species, tissues Status of ADI and MRL (full, temporary, none) Marker residue Summary of decision on ADI/MRL Other remarks The Database can be searched by Substance Select "Drug name or fragment", type a name or a part of a name in the box "Keyword"and press the "Search"-button. (...) Functional classes Antibacterial agent Antibacterial agent Antiparasitic Antifungal agent Antibacterial agent Antimicrobial agent Antiparasitic agent Antiprotozoal agent Beta-adrenoceptor blocking agent Glucocorticosteroid Growth promoter Insecticide Milk production aid Production aid Tranquillizing agent Trypanocide Xenobiotic growth promoter Beta-adrenoceptor agonist       Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Food safety and quality: Online help english français Accueil de la FAO Sécurité sanitaire et qualité des aliments A propos de nous Événements et projets Développement des capacités Avis scientifiques Appels de données et des experts Micro-organismes (JEMRA) Chimiques (JEFCA) Publications Directives Rapports de synthèse Rapports complets Monographie de toxicologie Autres avis scientifiques Publications et outils Index A-Z Partenariat Sécurité sanitaire et qualité des aliments | share  >  Avis scientifiques  >  Chimiques (JEFCA)   Online Help Content & Structure This JECFA database contains information on the veterinary drugs and their residues in foods as adopted and proposed by the Committee, including: Acceptable daily intake (ADI) Maximum residue levels (MRL): species, tissues Status of ADI and MRL (full, temporary, none) Marker residue Summary of decision on ADI/MRL Other remarks The Database can be searched by Substance Select "Drug name or fragment", type a name or a part of a name in the box "Keyword"and press the "Search"-button. (...) Functional classes Antibacterial agent Antibacterial agent Antiparasitic Antifungal agent Antibacterial agent Antimicrobial agent Antiparasitic agent Antiprotozoal agent Beta-adrenoceptor blocking agent Glucocorticosteroid Growth promoter Insecticide Milk production aid Production aid Tranquillizing agent Trypanocide Xenobiotic growth promoter Beta-adrenoceptor agonist       Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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The report found increased use of pain relievers, tranquilizers and sedatives among this demographic.  Older people with substance use problems also face unique age-related issues, including isolation or physical challenges.  (...) Drug users are also using the dark web, social media and online forums to obtain illicit substances.  Travel restrictions and physical distancing measures have also led to shortages of some drugs, and higher prices on the illicit market.  
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Score: 1520562.9 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/03/1088252
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By Hatim Salih Millions around the world held their breath on 20 July 1969, as the United States’ Eagle lunar module touched down in the Moon’s Sea of Tranquillity – without making a splash! Despite its name, the Sea of Tranquillity does not contain a single drop of water. (...) And secondly, that the dark figure is caused by a vaporised substance ever present between the Moon and Earth. He argued that if this were true, observing the Moon from different Earthly locations would show the vaporised substance against different parts of the Moon, if not outside the Moon altogether!
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Score: 1514149.6 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/juillet-aout-2009/over-moon
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The World Drug Report 2016 , which examines the health impact of using opiates, cocaine, cannabis, amphetamine-type stimulants (ATS) and new psychoactive substances (NPS), was released today by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime ( UNODC ), ahead of the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking on 26 June. (...) Fedotov noted that while the challenges posed by new psychoactive substances remain a serious concern, “heroin continues to be the drug that kills the most people and this resurgence must be addressed urgently.” (...) For example, the link between the use of stimulants (among them new psychoactive substances which are not under international control) and engaging in risky injecting and sexual behaviours which can result in a higher risk of HIV infection, is examined.
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Score: 1312449.4 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2016/06/532862
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ECLAC visit to Tranquility | Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Skip to main content United Nations 2030 Agenda COVID-19 Español English Português About ECLAC tw fb fl yt Main menu Topics Economic Economic development International trade and integration Production, productivity and management Social Social development Population and development Environmental Sustainable development and human settlements Natural resources Cross-cutting 2030 Agenda Gender affairs Planning for development Statistics Regional architecture Regional architecture Sessions of the Commission Observatories Subsidiary bodies Regional Forum on Sustainable Development Treaties and agreements Cooperation Data and statistics Knowledge Publications Featured Search CEPAL Review Notas de Población Training Courses Workshops Study programmes Library Featured Search Ask us Communities All Communities Observatories All Observatories News Events ECLAC visit to Tranquility ECLAC visit to Tranquility ECLAC Caribbean Footer ECLAC Headquarters Av.
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When and how will peace, tranquility and well-being for all come about? These are the fundamental questions before us. (...) We must endeavor to achieve stainable tranquility and peace based on justice and spirituality. (...) I reiterate that durable tranquility and peace can only be built on justice and spirituality.
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Score: 1264154.7 - https://www.un.org/webcast/ga/...0/statements/iran050917eng.pdf
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 429TH MEETING, HELD AT THE PALAIS DES NATIONS, GENEVA, ON MONDAY, 11 MAY 1959 : COMMISSION ON NARCOTIC DRUGS, 14TH SESSION
PANOPOULOS (Observer for Greece) read out the note he had submitted to the Secretariat on the problec of barbiturates, tranquillizers and other hypnotic substances (E/CN. 7/L.210 }. (...) Pharmacis·l;s were bound by law to lteep r egister s of the sale of such substances. b~. ZULETA (Peru) emphasized t he importan~e of tranquillizer s in the · treatment of mental disorders1 in Peru also thay could be obt&ined only on medical prescription (...) HALBACH (World Health Organization) said he had no essential~ new information about the abuse of barbiturates and tranquillizers. ~e WHO Expert Committee on Addiction-Producing Drugs bad decided that those substances could be called habit-forming and some, if taken in large doses over long periods, might even produce physical dependence.
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Score: 1254704.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=E/CN.7/SR.429&Lang=E
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WORLD SITUATION WITH REGARD TO DRUG ABUSE : REPORT OF THE SECRETARIAT
However, an increasingly multifaceted picture of illicit drug use is emerging, with the use of synthetic substances and non-medical use of prescription drugs such as opioids, tranquillizers and prescription stimulants replacing the use of traditional drugs, most noticeably in North America and Europe. (...) Except for South America, where cocaine was ranked as the main substance, in all other regions opioids were ranked as the main substance causing drug-related deaths. (...) The use of other illicit substances remained at low levels in the subregion.
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Score: 1251374.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=E/CN.7/2013/2&Lang=E
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