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Residents' exposure to aboriginal health issues. Survey of family medicine programs in Canada. (1/80)

OBJECTIVE: To determine whether Canadian family medicine residency programs currently have objectives, staff, and clinical experiences for adequately exposing residents to aboriginal health issues. DESIGN: A one-page questionnaire was developed to survey the details of teaching about and exposure to aboriginal health issues. SETTING: Family medicine programs in Canada. PARTICIPANTS: All Canadian family medicine program directors in the 18 programs (16 at universities and two satellite programs) were surveyed between October 1997 and March 1998. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Whether programs had teaching objectives for exposing residents to aboriginal health issues, whether they had resource people available, what elective and core experiences in aboriginal health were offered, and what types of experiences were available. RESULTS: Response rate was 100%. No programs had formal, written curriculum objectives for residency training in aboriginal health issues, although some were considering them. Some programs, however, had objectives for specific weekend or day sessions. No programs had a strategy for encouraging enrollment of residents of aboriginal origin. Eleven programs had at least one resource person with experience in aboriginal health issues, and 12 had access to community-based aboriginal groups. Core experiences were all weekend seminars or retreats. Elective experiences in aboriginal health were available in 16 programs, and 11 programs were active on reserves. CONCLUSIONS: Many Canadian family medicine programs give residents some exposure to aboriginal health issues, but most need more expertise and direction on these issues. Some programs have unique approaches to teaching aboriginal health care that could be shared. Formalized objectives derived in collaboration with other family medicine programs and aboriginal groups could substantially improve the quality of education in aboriginal health care in Canada.  (+info)

Thrombolysis in the air. Air-ambulance paramedics flying to remote communities treat patients before hospitalization. (2/80)

PROBLEM ADDRESSED: First Nations* communities in the North have a high prevalence of coronary artery disease and type 2 diabetes and face an increasing incidence of myocardial infarction (MI). Many conditions delay timely administration of thrombolysis, including long times between when patients first experience symptoms and when they present to community nursing stations, delays in air transfers to treating hospitals, uncertainty about when planes are available, and poor flying conditions. OBJECTIVE OF PROGRAM: To develop a program for administration of thrombolysis on the way to hospital by air ambulance paramedics flying to remote communities to provide more rapid thrombolytic therapy to northern patients experiencing acute MIs. COMPONENTS OF PROGRAM: Critical care flight paramedics fly to northern communities from Sioux Lookout, Ont; assess patients; communicate with base hospital physicians; review an exclusion criteria checklist; and administer thrombolytics according to the Sioux Lookout District Health Centre/Base Hospital Policy and Procedure Manual. Patients are then flown to hospitals in Sioux Lookout; Winnipeg, Man; or Thunder Bay, Ont. CONCLUSION: This thrombolysis program is being pilot tested, and further evaluation and development is anticipated.  (+info)

Type 2 diabetes mellitus in Canada's first nations: status of an epidemic in progress. (3/80)

This review provides a status report on the epidemic of type 2 diabetes mellitus that is affecting many of Canada's First Nations. We focus on the published literature, especially reports published in the past 2 decades, and incorporate data from the Aboriginal Peoples Survey and the First Nations and Inuit Regional Health Survey. We look at the extent and magnitude of the problem, the causes and risk factors, primary prevention and screening, clinical care and education, and cultural concepts and traditional knowledge. The epidemic of type 2 diabetes is still on the upswing, with a trend toward earlier age at onset. Genetic-environmental interactions are the likely cause. Scattered intervention projects have been implemented and evaluated, and some show promise. The current health and social repercussions of the disease are considerable, and the long-term outlook remains guarded. A national Aboriginal diabetes strategy is urgently needed.  (+info)

Child hunger in Canada: results of the 1994 National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth. (4/80)

BACKGROUND: In Canada, hunger is believed to be rare. This study examined the prevalence of hunger among Canadian children and the characteristics of, and coping strategies used by, families with children experiencing hunger. METHODS: The data originated from the first wave of data collection for the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth, conducted in 1994, which included 13,439 randomly selected Canadian families with children aged 11 years or less. The respondents were asked about the child's experience of hunger and consequent use of coping strategies. Sociodemographic and other risk factors for families experiencing hunger, use of food assistance programs and other coping strategies were analyzed by means of multiple logistic regression analysis. RESULTS: Hunger was experienced by 1.2% (206) of the families in the survey, representing 57,000 Canadian families. Single-parent families, families relying on social assistance and off-reserve Aboriginal families were overrepresented among those experiencing hunger. Hunger coexisted with the mother's poor health and activity limitation and poor child health. Parents offset the needs of their children by depriving themselves of food. INTERPRETATION: Physicians may wish to use these demographic characteristics to identify and assist families with children potentially at risk for hunger.  (+info)

Breast cancer screening. First Nations communities in New Brunswick. (5/80)

OBJECTIVE: To determine use of breast cancer screening and barriers to screening among women in First Nations communities (FNCs). DESIGN: Structured, administered survey. SETTING: Five FNCs in New Brunswick. PARTICIPANTS: One hundred thirty-three (96%) of 138 eligible women between the ages of 50 and 69 years. INTERVENTIONS: After project objectives, methods, and expected outcomes were discussed with community health representatives, we administered a 32-item questionnaire on many aspects of breast cancer screening. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Rate of use of mammography and other breast cancer screening methods, and barriers to screening. RESULTS: Some 65% of participants had had mammography screening within the previous 2 years. Having mammography at recommended intervals and clinical breast examinations (CBEs) yearly were significantly associated with having had a physician recommend the procedures (P < .001). A family history of breast cancer increased the odds of having a mammogram 2.6-fold (P < .05, 95% confidence interval [CI] 1.03 to 6.54). Rates of screening differed sharply by whether a family physician was physically practising in the community or not (P < .05, odds ratio 2.68, 95% CI 1.14 to 6.29). CONCLUSION: Women in FNCs in one health region in New Brunswick have mammography with the same frequency as off-reserve women. A family physician practising part time in the FNCs was instrumental in encouraging women to participate in breast cancer screening.  (+info)

Markers of access to and quality of primary care for aboriginal people in Ontario, Canada. (6/80)

OBJECTIVES: We evaluated primary care accessibility and quality for Ontario's aboriginal population. METHODS: We compared a defined aboriginal cohort with nonaboriginal populations with analogous geographic isolation and low socioeconomic status. We determined rates of hospitalization for the following indicators of adequacy of primary care: ambulatory care-sensitive (ACS) conditions and utilization of referral care-sensitive (RCS) procedures from administrative databases. RESULTS: ACS hospitalization rates, relative to the general population, were 2.54, 1.50, and 1.14 for the aboriginal population, the geographic control populations, and the socioeconomic control populations, respectively. The relative RCS procedure utilization rates were 0.64, 0.91, and 1.00, respectively. CONCLUSIONS: The increased ACS hospitalization rate and reduced RCS procedure utilization rate suggest that northern Ontario's aboriginal residents have insufficient or ineffective primary care.  (+info)

Integrated environmental impact assessment: a Canadian example. (7/80)

The Canadian federal process for environmental impact assessment (EIA) integrates health, social, and environmental aspects into either a screening, comprehensive study, or a review by a public panel, depending on the expected severity of potential adverse environmental effects. In this example, a Public Review Panel considered a proposed diamond mining project in Canada's northern territories, where 50% of the population are Aboriginals. The Panel specifically instructed the project proposer to determine how to incorporate traditional knowledge into the gathering of baseline information, preparing impact prediction, and planning mitigation and monitoring. Traditional knowledge is defined as the knowledge, innovations and practices of indigenous and/or local communities developed from experience gained over the centuries and adapted to local culture and environment. The mining company was asked to consider in its EIA: health, demographics, social and cultural patterns; services and infrastructure; local, regional and territorial economy; land and resource use; employment, education and training; government; and other matters. Cooperative efforts between government, industry and the community led to a project that coordinated the concerns of all interested stakeholders and the needs of present and future generations, thereby meeting the goals of sustainable development. The mitigation measures that were implemented take into account: income and social status, social support networks, education, employment and working conditions, physical environments, personal health practices and coping skills, and health services.  (+info)

Use of traditional Mi'kmaq medicine among patients at a First Nations community health centre. (8/80)

INTRODUCTION: The provision of complete, effective, and culturally sensitive health care to First Nations communities requires a familiarity with and respect for patients' healing beliefs and practices. PURPOSE: This study addresses one aspect of cross-cultural care by attempting to understand the use of Mi'kmaq medicine among patients at a community health centre and their attitudes toward both Mi'kmaq and Western medicine. METHODS: A questionnaire was completed by 100 patients (14 men, 86 women) at the clinic. The majority (66%) of respondents had used Mi'kmaq medicine, and 92.4% of these respondents had not discussed this with their physician. Of those who had used Mi'kmaq medicine, 24.3% use it as first-line treatment when they are ill, and 31.8% believe that Mi'kmaq medicine is better overall than Western. Even among patients who have not used Mi'kmaq medicine, 5.9% believe that it is more effective than Western medicine in treating illness. CONCLUSION: These results have implications for the delivery of health care to First Nations patients, especially in terms of understanding patients' health care values and in meeting the need to provide effective cross-cultural care.  (+info)

In 1610, Chief Membertou concluded their first alliance with Europeans, a concordat with the French Jesuits that affirmed the right of Mikmaq to choose Catholicism, Mikmaq tradition, or both. Henri Membertou (died September 18, 1611) was the sakmow (Grand Chief) of the Mikmaq tribe situated near Port Royal, site of the first French settlement in Acadia, present-day Nova Scotia, Canada. Originally sakmow of the Kespukwitk district, he was appointed as Grand Chief by the sakmowk of the other six districts. His exact date of birth is not known. However, Membertou claimed to be a grown man when he first met Jacques Cartier.[3] Membertou was the leader of a small band of Mikmaq whose hunting and fishing territory included the area of Port-Royal.[3] In addition to being sakmow or political leader, Membertou had also been the head autmoin or spiritual leader of his tribe - who believed him to have powers of healing and prophecy. He first met the French when they arrived to build the Habitation at ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Effects of an anti-smoking program to prevent lung cancer among urban aboriginals in Taiwan. AU - Lin, Mei Hsiang. AU - Huang, Sheu Jen. AU - Shih, Whei Mei Jean. AU - Wang, Pao Yu. AU - Lin, Li Hui. AU - Hsu, Hsiu Chin. PY - 2013. Y1 - 2013. N2 - Background and Purpose: Indigenous people who leave their hometowns and move to the city to earn a living became urban aboriginals. During the process of adapting to urban living situations, they may use various coping strategies such as smoking to overcome their stress. Therefore, it is crucial to provide health education including smoking prevention, increasing knowledge regarding of tobacco hazard, self-efficacy of anti-smoking, and adjusting smoking behavior so as to empower their anti-smoking motivation to prevent lung cancer. The purpose of this study was to explore the effectiveness of an anti-smoking program on urban aboriginals in Taiwan. Methods: A quasi-experimental study design with purposeful sampling was employed. A total ...
Alcoholism In Aboriginals It is believed by many different people that aboriginals are alcoholics. This may be true in some cases, but definitely not all. Alcohol was first introduced to the aboriginals through social interactions with European explore...
Aboriginals in the USA, Australia, New Zealand, to name 3 of my favorites, had their land, religion, languages, culture, taken away, way of life destroyed thanks to progress and avarice, in reservations. However a week ago, while I read a long essay about the big deal slavery in the USA, Abe Lincoln, civil war and secession, the big deal of being equal in the constitution, the damn indians are not mentioned once. The injustice is just described, defined for them darkies, as if the aboriginals never existed. As if they do not exist anywhere. ...
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Aboriginals settled Australia 50,000 years ago, establishing geographic patterns that persist to this day, report scientists citing hair samples as evidence.
Im sure the intentions of whoever wrote the press release were good . . . but . . . it is quite a stretch. Still, interesting that it made it into Google News. The research the author discusses has nothing to do with Crossfit. The press release does, however, attempt to associate a high-fat diet (promoted by some Crossfitters as healthy than other diets) with lower incidence of cardiovascular disease by comparing incidence of disease between residents of Switzerland and Australian aboriginals living in modern Australia. The claim was that a high-fat dining Swiss have less cardiovascular disease than the presumed low-fat dining Australian Aboriginals and that, therefore, high-fat diets are healthier than low-fat diets.. I have not looked up the statistics for the Swiss, but Australian Aboriginals have been suffering increasing rates of cardiovascular disease over at least the last 30 years. Few modern Aboriginals are likely to be following a traditional Aboriginal diet. It is extremely unlikely ...
We would like to acknowledge that the festival takes place in Mikmaki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mikmaq People. This territory is covered by the Treaties of Peace and Friendship which Mikmaq and Wolastoqiyik (Maliseet) people first signed with the British Crown in 1725. The treaties did not deal with surrender of lands and resources but in fact recognized Mikmaq and Wolastoqiyik (Maliseet) title and established the rules for what was to be an ongoing relationship between nations. ...
NAHO recognises the need to retrace Aboriginal history and improve education with the children, the youth, parents, families, and the community at large.. Improving historical education services for the children will begin by tendering to parents.. The history of Aboriginals is not only affected by individual behavior but also by broader socioeconomic factors. Besides, there is also the issue of cumulative effects of colonization, which the Aboriginals continue to face.. There are a series of ongoing challenges which deteriorate child and family history. The racism effect that Aboriginals face results in poor physical and mental health. NAHO supports proposals to that aim at improving both the childs and the familys historical outcomes. Such initiatives include access to quality and affordable education. We seek to strengthen the next generation of the indigenous population.. ...
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These population-based health survey data suggest that chronic diseases and risk factors are not uniformly distributed across ethnic groups and geographic regions of northern Canada and that some negative shifts have occurred in their distribution in a relatively short period of time.. Some of the findings of this study are consistent with previous research comparing Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal populations in southern Canada or in other countries, but others are not. For example, smoking rates are reported elsewhere to be higher among Aboriginals compared with non-Aboriginals (8,12). A previous study that compared chronic disease and risk factors between northern and southern Canadian populations found that the Aboriginals had a higher prevalence of overweight and obesity, daily smoking, and physical inactivity than the non-Aboriginals (13). However, we found that these risk factors among northern Canadian populations varied substantially. In addition, with respect to overweight, recent ...
Nearly 40 per cent of aboriginal Canadians have not finished high school, which economists call one of Canadas greatest public policy challenges
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I explained from the medical point of view what I strongly recommended, which included surgery and would give her an excellent chance of surviving, Caron said.. The woman asked if it would be possible to do the surgery at Carons clinic, but it wasnt equipped for surgery. Caron tried to convince the woman to go to a different hospital or another medical facility, but she couldnt be persuaded.. She eventually said she trusted me, she trusted the space our office could provide her, but she couldnt face further involvement with the medical system, Caron said.. She said that she had had such horrific experiences that she would not go into a hospital.. Caron was the senior author of the first study comparing cancer development and survival between First Nations and non-First Nations people in B.C. in 2017.. In addition to the lower survival rates, the study published in the journal Cancer Causes & Control also revealed some cancers, including colorectal and cervical, are significantly more ...
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The braided money tree, or Pachira aquatica, is a South American native that can reach heights up to 30 feet. This rapidly growing tree thrives in moist areas, heals rapidly and can withstand short drought periods. The characteristics of the money tree make it an excellent selection for bonsai, and it is often ...
This tall plant is crowned with purple-pink flowers in the late summer. It is an American native and tolerates a wide variety of environmental conditions. Its height and bloom time can be controlled by by pruning it back by half when it reaches about two to three feet.
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We acknowledge we are working on the traditional territory of the Mikmaq people who have occupied this land for thousands of years. The Office of the Child and Youth Advocate is committed to working collaboratively with all Indigenous children, youth and their families. We acknowledge the harms of our colonial past and we are committed to improving relationships in the spirit of truth and reconciliation. We appreciate the opportunity to live and learn on these traditional lands in mutual respect and peace.. ...
The Wabanaki is both the People and the Place of First Light. Collectively they are the tribes: Maliseet, Mikmaq, Passamaquoddy,…. ...
The ratios of age-standardized mortality rates of Aboriginals to non-Aboriginals in Western Australia during the period 1983-1989 were 2.6 for males and 3.0 for females. Mortality rates experienced by Aboriginals were much higher in all age categories except 75+years and for most major diseases except neoplasms. The peaks of all-cause age-...
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The details of bibliography - Koorie health from the ground up: a discussion of the special health needs of Aboriginals from a podiatric perspective.
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Aboriginals are the fastest growing population in Canada. The 2006 census revealed that there are half a million First Nations, Métis, and Inuit people living in Canadian cities and that over 50% of this population is under 25 year old. Given the dramatic increase in urban populations, 60% of Canadas Aboriginals now reside in urban settings, more research is sorely needed to understand how Aboriginals and Non-Aboriginals are relating in this atmosphere of rapidly changing demographics.. The Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study (UAPS) began to take shape when Michael Adams, founder and president of Environics Research Group and the non-profit Environics Institute, and Dr. David Newhouse, Chair of Indigenous Studies at Trent University, found themselves at a conference discussing social change among Canadas Aboriginal groups. In response to the startling information emerging from the 2006 census, Dr. Newhouse asked: Does the average Canadian have any image of who these people are, how they relate to ...
The Migmaq Chiefs of New Brunswick, who represent nine of the provinces 15 First Nations communities, are speaking out against the Sisson Brook Mine project.
PRESCRIBED LEARNING OUTCOMES It is expected that students will • demonstrate understanding of the ways in which Aboriginal people interact with their environment SUGGESTED INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES • Suggest that students each choose an Aboriginal place name (e.g., Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump,...
Indigenous peoples in what is now Canada did not form state societies, and in the absence of state structures, academics usually classify indigenous people by their traditional lifeway (or primary economic activity) and ecological/climactic region into culture areas, or by their language families.[10] The Mikmaq in todays Maritimes were governed as seven separate districts with their own district chiefs and councils coordinated by the Grand Council meeting yearly on Cape Breton Island. Following their first conflict with the British invaders (King Philips War) in 1677, the Mikmaq joined the wider Wabanaki Confederacy, an alliance with four other Algonquian-language nations: the Abenaki, Penobscot, Passamaquoddy, and Maliseet.[11][12] To the west around the Great Lakes Council of Three Fires was formed in 796 CE according to oral history, between the Ojibwa, Odawa and the Potawatomi.[13] The five (later six) tribes of the Iroquois Confederacy, was united in 1142 CE according to their ...
Results: We estimated admixture levels using ADMIXTURE software based on 74 AIMs selected from Ovine 50KSNP data. Awassi x Ethiopian fat-tailed crossbred sheep populations kept in government farms and farmer villages in different districts were included in the study. Mean Awassi levels estimated based on the selected AIMs were close to the Awassi levels obtained from pedigree information. Estimates from the 74 SNPs were compared to subsets of 65, 55, 45, 35, 25 and 15 SNPs selected based on both top and bottom fixation index (F-ST) rank using Spearmans rank correlation (r = 0.862-0.996). A t-test comparison revealed that all SNP subsets had produced similar (P > 0.05) estimates with the 74 SNPs, except for the bottom 15 SNPs (P < 0.05). However estimates based on 45 and above SNP subsets were relatively close to the fitted regression line (r = 0.969-0.996). Association of admixture levels with lamb growth showed that Awassi level affected (P < 0.05) eight months weight in both farmer locations, ...
As to the factors for figuring out anyone being a member of such a race, Deane claimed, It is actually needless, with the applications with the existing case, to evaluate the meaning to be specified into the phrase people of any race in s.51. Plainly, the text have a wide and non-technical that means, the phrase is, in my view, apposite to confer with all Australian Aboriginals collectively. Any doubt, which could in any other case exist in regard, is taken off by reference on the wording of par. The phrase can be apposite to confer with any identifiable racial sub-group among the Australian Aboriginals, when Deanes three-portion definition reaches past the Organic criterion to people self-identification, it has been criticised as continuing to simply accept the Organic criterion as Principal. It has been tricky to utilize, the two in Each and every of its components and as into the relations among the areas, biological descent has long been a drop-back criterion. If it is to be used to consult ...
The wait for housing on Tsilhqotin reserves is 25 years. Instead of fixing this, the government chose to spend $9 million fighting a land claim it ultimately…
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Bretten Hannam has been working on Wildhood, in one way or another, for the past decade, pausing to make multiple short films and their debut feature, North Mountain (2015), an experience that took years itself to recover from. Wildhood is the story of a Two-Spirit Mikmaq teen who sets off to find the mother he thought was dead, a gorgeously rendered, gentle journey of self-discovery. In 2020 it became the first feature film to shoot in Nova Scotia in a post-COVID world. Brett stopped in on their way to the films world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival to chat challenges, considerations of community, and opening FIN tonight ...
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A North American native tree, the slippery elms bark has been used medicinally by indigenous people for centuries. Today, its used by holistic veterinarians to treat various canine and feline issues, especially those involving the gastrointestinal tract. According to the University of Maryland, the herb ...
Bretten Hannam has been working on Wildhood, in one way or another, for the past decade, pausing to make multiple short films and their debut feature, North Mountain (2015), an experience that took years itself to recover from. Wildhood is the story of a Two-Spirit Mikmaq teen who sets off to find the mother he thought was dead, a gorgeously rendered, gentle journey of self-discovery. In 2020 it became the first feature film to shoot in Nova Scotia in a post-COVID world. Brett stopped in on their way to the films world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival to chat challenges, considerations of community, and opening FIN tonight ...
Dalhousie University is located in Mikmaki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mikmaq. We are all Treaty people. ...
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by Marcus Ettinger , May 20, 2019 , Epigenetics & Genetics , 0 comments. The foolishness in thinking that us modern humans need an indoor gym or Cross-Fit to get into or maintain proper physical form. Where and when did we lose our way? Logic would have each of us live as you were designed by nature? Below are a pair of Aboriginals. The ...
Conditions of Australian aboriginals are worsening, a new report says. Prime Minister Kevin Rudd says the findings are devastating.
This was a very lengthy, dense post with lots of fun technical language. Im glad I put it together so it can live permanently in the Internet for future generations to see. I wonder what new genetic combinations those generations will be made up of. And I hope those of you who read it have found my account interesting or useful in some way. I definitely recommend that everyone get DNA tested if theyre able to. Genetic ancestry results show us that we are all one. Race is surely very real on a day to day basis, as it affects our daily interactions and our core identifies. But at the genetic level race is but a social construct, with no basis in biology, as we are all mixed. Even when someone is 99% Asian, lets say, if you look within that you will find that they may be 70% Japanese, 10% Korean, 5% Chinese, etc. Its a beautiful thing to live at a time where this knowledge and how to tap into it exists. The 21st century is truly a wonderful place to exist in as a sentient human being. How lucky ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Effectiveness of community-directed diabetes prevention and control in a rural Aboriginal population in British Columbia, Canada. AU - Daniel, Mark. AU - Green, Lawrence W.. AU - Marion, Stephen A.. AU - Gamble, Diane. AU - Herbert, Carol P.. AU - Hertzman, Clyde. AU - Sheps, Sam B.. PY - 1999/3. Y1 - 1999/3. N2 - This report presents the process and summative evaluation results from a community-based diabetes prevention and control project implemented in response to the increasing prevalence and impact of non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) in the Canadian Aboriginal population. The 24- month project targeted the registered Indian population in British Columbias rural Okanagan region. A participatory approach was used to plan strategies by which diabetes could be addressed in ways acceptable and meaningful to the intervention community. The strategies emphasised a combination of changing behaviours and changing environments. The project was quasi-experimental. A ...
Aboriginal people living in industrialized countries experience disproportionately high rates of type 2 diabetes mellitus (diabetes), diabetes complications, and associated risk factors when compared to their non-Aboriginal counterparts [1-4]. In Canada, Aboriginal peoples are comprised of three distinct Indigenous groups, namely First Nations, Inuit and Métis. Rates of diabetes are 2.5 to 4 times higher among First Nations people than the general population, with higher rates among women than men and a younger age at diagnosis [5]. In addition, some First Nations people have higher rates of documented smoking, obesity, hypertension and dyslipidemia and have increasing rates of serious diabetes-related complications [6-8]. This epidemiological trend requires urgent clinical action: primary prevention of diabetes is necessary to protect future generations, but initiatives to improve the quality of care provided to First Nations people already living with diabetes are urgently needed to reduce ...
Borrows describes how, for many aboriginals, the Earth is the individual, the ultimate source of meaning and deserving not only of protection, but as a living guide to political and social action (pp.165-167). Admitting it can be difficult to determine what the earth intends (pipe ceremonies are largely for giving thanks; he does not explain how the earths intentions enter into the deliberations of aboriginals), Borrows suggests it provides a community for the living, the unborn, and the dead. One wonders whether Edmund Burke, for whom community is also constituted by the living, dead, and unborn, might find agreement with aboriginals on this point. Borrows contrasts the aboriginal vision, sometimes with the general Christian paradigm of religious freedom, and other times the post-Reformation understanding (p.168). The distinction is important. For example, the medieval prohibition of usury was based on the fact that usury, or interest, was not generative. The earth produced beings that grew ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Universal for whom? Evaluating an urban Aboriginal populations access to a mainstream universal health home visiting program. AU - Widdup, John. AU - Comino, Elizabeth J.. AU - Webster, Vana. AU - Knight, Jennifer. PY - 2012. Y1 - 2012. N2 - Objective. To investigate access to a Universal Health Home Visit program for families of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal infants and the effect of a one-off home visit on subsequent health service utilisation. Methods. A case-control study was undertaken drawing 175 Aboriginal infants from an Aboriginal birth cohort study and 352 matched non-Aboriginal infants. A structured file audit extracted data from child and family health nurse records. Receipt of home visit and effect on ongoing use of child and family nurses services was compared for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal infants. Results. Of the 527 infants, 279 (53.0%) were visited at home within 2 weeks. This is below NSW Health benchmarks. Significantly fewer Aboriginal infants (42.9%) ...
The fine art collection at Prairie Edge features many unique styles, from Native American ledger drawings to paper sculptures and bug art.
The fine art collection at Prairie Edge features many unique styles, from Native American ledger drawings to paper sculptures and bug art.
The aboriginal population of central Mexico on the eve of the Spanish conquest by Woodrow Wilson Borah; 1 edition; First published in 1963; Subjects: Indians of Mexico, Statistics
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All, I would like to know if anyone here has some experience collecting American persimmon (D. virginiana) and Sassafras (S. albidum). I have some on my proper
Lactase persistence (LP), the continued expression of lactase into adulthood, is the most strongly selected single gene trait over the last 10,000 years in multiple human populations. It has been posited that the primary allele causing LP among Eurasians, rs4988235*T (Enattah et al. 2008), only rose to appreciable frequencies during the Bronze and Iron Ages (Mathieson et al 2015; Olalde et al. 2018), long after humans started consuming milk from domesticated animals. This rapid rise has been attributed to an influx of peoples from the Pontic-Caspian steppe that began around 5,000 years ago (Allentoft et al. 2015; Furholt et al. 2016). We investigate the spatiotemporal spread of LP through an analysis of 14 warriors from the Tollense Bronze Age battlefield in northern Germany (~3,200 BP); the oldest large-scale conflict site north of the Alps. Genetic data indicate that these individuals represent a single unstructured Central/Northern European population. We complemented these data with ...
Results Enrolment By 31 December 1998, 258 people had enrolled in the program (29% of all adults in the island communities) and 227 were still participating. Of these, 39 had completed over three years of treatment, 137 over two years, 168 over one year, and 192 over six months. Of 31 dropouts, nine had died, seven had begun dialysis (two of whom later died), seven had stopped taking the medication because of side effects (cough in four; angioedema, itching and dizziness in one each), four became normotensive without treatment, two chose to quit, one moved, and one entered palliative care with osteomyelitis of the skull. Characteristics of people who enrolled are shown in Box 2: 42% had diabetes, almost two-thirds had hypertension, with a quarter already prescribed enalapril, and almost two-thirds had overt albuminuria. Medications and participation Doses of perindopril prescribed for the 227 people participating at the end of 1998 were 2 mg (5 people; 2%), 4 mg (72; 32%), and 8 mg (150; 66%). ...
Note however the presence of the derived allele in Papuans and Aboriginals, but not Melanesians. In the phylogenetic network the Aboriginals are the outgroup, and yet on this character the Melanesians are. This is a locus which will no doubt be explored in the future, because the patterns here will be fascinating to tease apart, and, of possible medical relevance.. Overall this paper has confirmed much of what we know, or at least solidified our background assumptions. The contemporary peoples of Melanesia, New Guinea and Australia have a common ancestral heritage. Coalescence times back to the last common ancestor between these populations and non-Oceanian groups suggest that their residence in their current locations is antique, and possibly back to the first settlement. One should be duly cautious about extrapolating from contemporary patterns to variation to the past, but I think on this scale were on more solid ground. Parts of southern Australia and Tasmania may have an equitable climate ...
Aborigines first arrived in Australia in 50,00 BC. They came in small groups from Southeast Asia. They are dark-skinned people of medium height with slender limbs. In 1780 the aboriginal population was thought to be 300,000 , with about 500 different tribes. This changed very rapidly in 1788, when the first settles began to arrive. Conflict began almost immediately. The white settlers brought diseases such as smallpox and the common cold. Within 2 years smallpox had killed almost half the population around Sydney. As the settlers moved inland, the aboriginals began to lose their hunting grounds, their watering holes, in fact their source of life ...
In 2015, UCSB was designated both a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) and an Asian American Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution (AANAPISI), by the US Department of Education, reflecting our undergraduate enrollment of Latinx/Chicanx, Asian American, and Pacific Islander students. UCSB was the first member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU) to become an HSI.. ...
Camille, a lot like Rush, over the last 20 years made for herself a loyal readership by calling things like she sees them, like that honest baseball umpire. Rush uses a faith in the free market and in the middle class Americans native intelligence as his measure of the strike zone. Camille uses her classical Greek/Roman cultural iconography translated into popular culture as her measure of the strike zone. Surprisingly, Pres. Obama has been called out on strikes by both of these analysts. Rush says to his audience, I told you so. But Camille says to her audience, It must be a failure by his assistants. The last 20 years of these two trusted analysts building up an audience is at stake...so they believe what they say that they see each from his/her own frame of reference. I also hear what DTL and Michael are saying warning us not to listen to Rush and Camille because only a faith in Pres. Obamas goodness is a worthy frame of reference. OK, lets wait and see. My own frame of reference ...
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With all this discussion going on in Canada about cultural appropriation going on in Canada, I wonder if Ill ever get a publisher to even consider my book. In case you dont know, and if youre in the U.S. you wont; there is a huge discussion under way in Canada about cultural appropriation with aboriginals saying dont steal our art, dont steal our voices, people resigning or getting reassigned from prominent editorial positions and even some First Nations writers arguing about who is
The expected cline in ancestry proportion is a function of time since initial contact, and the observed cline in the present day (0 generations ago) is a function of τ. (B) We follow backward in time the Brownian motion paths of two initially linked lineages, represented here by two black circles located on a blue chromosome. The paths of the two lineages are identical until the first recombination event between them at time t, after which they follow independent Brownian paths. The red cross indicates the position, relative to the center of the zone, where the chromosome was sampled in the present day. In this example, both alleles are of ancestry B, since they are on the same side of the barrier to dispersal at time τ. ...
Justice launched the pilot Justice Leaders of Tomorrow Program in June 2006. The two main goals are to increase the representation of designated group members in the senior management cadre, and to develop a consistent and integrated department-wide management training and development program for future leaders. The Program targeted Justice employees who do not occupy a managerial position and do not have staffing and financial sub-delegated authorities at the Executive minus 1, Executive minus 2, LA 2A and LA 2B practitioner levels. An emphasis was placed on targeting members of visible minorities, Aboriginals and persons with a disability groups.
We learned a lot about Aboriginal wisdom, despite the challenges posed by a brutal terrain and a secretive culture. In the end, we had to earn every piece of information that was shared with us. We did the research, observed and interviewed dozens of modern-day Aborigines -- from 12-year-old schoolgirls like Alisha, to traditional elders like Herman Malbunka -- and lived in the bush ourselves. Ultimately, big-hearted Aboriginal visionaries like Terry Coulthard and Reg Dodd, who joined our team, offered the greatest wealth of information. Technology/Practical Knowledge: 60,000 years of observation has yielded many clever inventions. Several merit a modern-day look. Take the powerful adhesives Aboriginals made from the spinafex tree and the dozens of untested pharmaceutical compounds in their bush medicine. My favorite: The fluted ridges on boomerangs have recently been found to dramatically improve flight efficiency. Can the engineers at Boeing learn something from this? The Environment: ...
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After 12 years of a conservative Australian administration that was markedly hostile to indigenous rights and its own Aboriginal populations, the new labor government of Prime Minister Kevin Rudd took a dramatic step by issuing an apology at the opening session of Parliament on February 13. The apology, issued by Rudd himself, was, in fact, the opening item of business for Parliament ...
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A First Nation that was once in full support of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project is now standing in opposition, at least until it feels confident the project wont destroy one of their ancient villages.
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Asian Continental Ancestry Group (=013) African Continental Ancestry Group (=014) Oceanic Ancestry Group (=017) American Native ... Continental Ancestry Group (=1/=8) Linguistic-cultural groups, ethnic groups, peoples [derived from Table 1c] (=1:1/9) Peoples ... Human ancestry groups (=011) European Continental Ancestry Group (=012) ... North and Central America (8) South America (9) States and regions of the South Pacific and Australia. Arctic. Antarctic They ...
... american native continental ancestry group MeSH M01.686.508.150.575 - central american indians MeSH M01.686.508.150.600 - north ... asian americans MeSH M01.686.508.400 - european continental ancestry group MeSH M01.686.508.600 - oceanic ancestry group MeSH ... continental population groups MeSH M01.686.508.100 - african continental ancestry group MeSH M01.686.508.100.100 - african ... south american indians MeSH M01.686.508.150.675 - inuits [sic] MeSH M01.686.508.200 - asian continental ancestry group MeSH ...
... have been inconsistently applied to Native Americans, Arab Americans, and Asian Americans, among other groups (See main article ... When one samples continental groups, the clusters become continental; with other sampling patterns, the clusters would be ... Native American and African ancestry. Geographic analyses attempt to identify places of origin, their relative importance and ... African Americans have an estimated 20-25-percent European genetic admixture; Hispanics have European, Native American and ...
African American, 0.64% Native American, 0.44% Asian, 0.05% Pacific Islander, 1.8% from other races, and 2.16% from two or more ... 19.7% were of Italian, 18.1% Swedish, 12.8% German, 9.0% Irish, 8.7% English and 5.5% American ancestry. Hispanic or Latino of ... Jamestown has a humid continental climate (Köppen Dfb). Winters are cold and snowy, while summers are warm and humid. As of the ... Regarding ethnicity the largest ethnic group reported in the 2000 Census was Italian and the second largest was Swedish. ...
Currently the YHRD has seven non-overlapping broadly defined metapopulations: African, Afro-Asiatic, Native American, ... criterion seems most appropriate to group data by taking the ancestry into account and produce subdatabases with respect to ... Continental Metapopulations in the YHRD comprises all individuals sampled in a particular continent regardless of their ... from North America, 10% from Latin America, 3% from Africa, 0.8% from Oceania/Australia and 0.2% from the Arctic. The 1.403 ...
... many individuals affiliate with two or more continental groups. Thus, the genetically based "biogeographical ancestry" assigned ... Polynesians and Native Americans; and other inhabitants of Oceania (Melanesians, Micronesians & Australian Aborigines) (Risch ... that some human groups are parental to other groups and that these groups represent paraphyletic groups to their descent groups ... of the variation in human head shapes occurs within continental groups, and ~10% separates groups, with a greater variability ...
Two or more races Native American = Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander + American Indian or Alaska Native Percentage of ... Hispanics are the third largest minority group in Alameda County. The largest ancestry group of Hispanics in Alameda County ( ... The 2020 census shows Alameda as having one of the highest Asian percentages and being the only county in the continental US, ... Native American and Alaskan Native, 0.8% Pacific Islander and 4.4% from two or more races. Asian Americans are now the largest ...
The populations in the North consisted of a significant proportion of Native American ancestry that was about two times higher ... "Inferring Continental Ancestry of Argentineans from Autosomal, Y-Chromosomal and Mitochondrial DNA". Annals of Human Genetics. ... Native American and 2.44% African (using LAMP-LD) and 43.22% Native American, 54.38% European and 2.40% African (using RFMix). ... Ethnic groups in Latin America, Latin American people by ethnic or national origin, Ethnic groups by continent). ...
... sometimes through Cherokee heritage groups or Indian Wedding Blessings. Levels of Native American ancestry (distinct from ... Despite a long history of miscegenation within the U.S. political territory and American continental landscape, advocacy for a ... Irish and Native American ancestry. Interracial relations between Native Americans and African-Americans is a part of American ... In addition, many Native American women turned to African-American men due to the decline in the number of Native American men ...
... ancestry into Native Americans and some other Paleo-Siberian ethnic groups. They further conclude that their results support ... Hokkaido Jōmon samples were found to have 47,6% alleles of ABCC11 gene and 68,9% alleles of EDAR gene, common in continental ... and Native Americans. The Jōmon are genetically basal to modern East and Northeast Asians as well as Native Americans, ... 2019) suggests about 66% Hokkaido Jōmon ancestry in the Ainu people. The Emishi, a former non-Yamato group in central Honshu, ...
North African groups share a similar excess of derived alleles with Neanderthals as non-African populations, whereas Sub- ... Denisovan ancestry is shared by Melanesians, Aboriginal Australians, and smaller scattered groups of people in Southeast Asia, ... A 2017 study of the ancient DNA of Tianyuan Man found that the individual is related to modern Asian and Native American ... Migration continued Southeast on the coastal route to the straits between Sunda and Sahul, the continental land mass of present ...
... of European ancestry. Only about 5% have the equivalent of one great-grandparent of Native American ancestry. By the early 19th ... Thus, being in one of those groups provides evidence of potential Native American descent. However, DNA ethnicity results ... "Estimates of Continental Ancestry Vary Widely among Individuals with the Same mtDNA Haplogroup". The American Journal of Human ... in American English. Autosomal testing, Y-DNA, and mtDNA testing can be conducted to determine the ancestry of Native Americans ...
"Male lineages in South American native groups: evidence of M19 traveling south". American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 146 ... "Inferring continental ancestry of argentineans from Autosomal, Y-chromosomal and mitochondrial DNA". Annals of Human Genetics. ... 2015). "Admixture and Genetic Diversity Distribution Patterns of Non-Recombining Lineages of Native American Ancestry in ... of its ancestry from groups related to those of the local Levant Neolithic, ~26% from groups related to those of the Anatolian ...
... still trace their ancestry to Native Americans, and many more are ignorant of having such ancestry. Hundreds of Native ... This included the multi-racial descendants of the previous minority demographic groups (Black, Irish and Native American) that ... Roughly 10,000 Bermudians are estimated to have emigrated, primarily to the North American continental colonies (particularly: ... Native Americans sold into chattel slavery in Bermuda were brought from various parts of North America, including Mexico, but ...
Continental Americans, although small in number in comparison with Caribbean immigrants, have also been part of the Saint Croix ... ancestral native Crucian) of Saint Croix are persons who can trace their ancestry to the era prior to U.S. Virgin Islands ... This effort by a select group of nationalist senators eventually failed after much public outcry and controversy. It was ... Most of the east end is quite hilly and steep, as is the north side from Christiansted west. From the north-side hills, a ...
Black or African American, 0.1% Native American, 1.6% Asian, 0.1% Native Hawaiian, and 2.4% were two or more races. 2.7% of the ... 1] Most of Lower Pottsgrove has a hot-summer humid continental climate (Dfa) except near the river where the climate is humid ... In 1899, the General Assembly passed a law grouping townships into two classes. At this time, Lower Pottsgrove Township became ... population were of Hispanic or Latino ancestry. As of the census of 2000, there were 11,213 people, 4,015 households, and 3,091 ...
People of Irish ancestry are another sizable group, at 16.4%. The largest block of Eastern European ancestries include Polish, ... African American, 0.20% Native American, 0.24% Asian, 0.02% Pacific Islander, 0.16% from other races, and 1.50% from two or ... Vandergrift has a continental climate with cold winters averaging 22 degrees in January and 82 in July. As of the census of ... American football player Mendes Napoli (born 1951), American businessman and talent agent Lou Palatella (born 1933), American ...
"Colorado Native Americans, History & Genealogy". ancestry.com. Retrieved December 16, 2016. "Colorado Indian Tribes - Access ... There are also a number of schools serving students in grades K-12 run by religious groups or public school districts. Eastern ... The Eastern Colorado plains are among the most sparsely populated areas in the continental United States. Some of the region, ... Eastern Colorado was once home to many Native American tribes. The Plains Indians that lived in the region included the ...
Black or African American, 0.2% Native American or Alaskan Native, 2.4% Asian, 0.0% Native Hawaiian, 2.2% were two or more ... The climate is humid continental (mostly Dfa with a little Dfb in higher northern areas) and the hardiness zones are 6b and 6a ... "PRISM Climate Group at Oregon State University". "U.S. Decennial Census". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved March 9, 2015 ... 10.5% of the population were of Hispanic or Latino ancestry. Northampton is one of the seven counties in Pennsylvania which has ...
Black or African American, 0.09% Native American, 0.38% Asian, 0.02% Pacific Islander, 0.25% from other races, and 0.64% from ... PRISM Climate Group, Oregon State U Clearfield County (north) Blair County (east) Bedford County (southeast) Somerset County ( ... 27.7% were of German, 10.2% Irish, 10.1% Italian, 10.0% Polish, 6.5% Slovak, 6.2% American and 5.6% English ancestry. There ... Cambria has a warm-summer humid continental climate (Dfb) and average monthly temperatures in downtown Johnstown range from ...
The population is made of 79.92% White Non-Hispanic, 5.24% Black or African American, 0.48% Native American or Alaskan Native, ... Of the population 7.08% were of Hispanic or Latino ancestry. The town has a population of 4,138 with a median age of 34.6. The ... In 2012, TEK Park was sold to MRA Group for $50 million. As of the 2010 census, Breinigsville consists of 51.11% females and ... Breinigsville lies within the hot-summer humid continental climate zone (Köppen: Dfa), and experiences four distinct seasons. ...
African American, 1.30% Native American, 0.60% Asian, 0.20% from other races, and 0.50% from two or more races. Hispanic or ... Mlive Media Group. December 4, 2016. Retrieved December 5, 2016. Walter Romig, Michigan Place Names, p. 102. "US Gazetteer ... 26.6% were of Italian, 13.8% German, 10.9% Polish, 9.2% Finnish, 8.4% Swedish and 6.4% French ancestry according to Census 2000 ... According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Caspian has a humid continental climate, abbreviated "Dfb" on climate ...
Native American, 1.4% Asian, and 1.5% were two or more races. 2.3% of the population were of Hispanic or Latino ancestry. As of ... "PRISM Climate Group, Oregon State University". Retrieved August 9, 2019. Wikimedia Commons has media related to London Britain ... London Britain has a hot-summer humid continental climate (Dfa) bordering on a humid subtropical climate (Cfa). The hardiness ... African American, 0.04% Native American, 0.93% Asian, 0.04% Pacific Islander, 0.39% from other races, and 1.18% from two or ...
The constitutionality of these laws has been questioned by Native American groups on the basis that it violates the First ... Current eagle feather law stipulates that only individuals of certifiable Native American ancestry enrolled in a federally ... The bald eagle's natural range covers most of North America, including most of Canada, all of the continental United States, ... Birds portal North America portal American bison Besnard Lake Eagle lady Coat of arms of the Philippines List of national birds ...
Native American, 0.5% Asian, and 0.8% were two or more races. 1.7% of the population were of Hispanic or Latino ancestry. As of ... "PRISM Climate Group, Oregon State University". Retrieved October 18, 2019. "U.S. Potential Natural Vegetation, Original Kuchler ... According to the Köppen climate classification system, Bridgeton Twp has a Hot-summer, Humid continental climate (Dfa). Dfa ... African American, 0.07% Native American, 0.28% Asian, and 0.07% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were ...
Native American, 0.46% from other races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 1.38% of the population. The top 6 ancestry groups ... Alexander has a semi-arid to humid continental climate, abbreviated "BSk" to "DFb" on climate maps. Wikivoyage has a travel ... African American, 4.9% Native American, 0.4% from other races, and 1.3% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race ... Cities in North Dakota, Cities in McKenzie County, North Dakota, Populated places established in 1905, 1905 establishments in ...
Latin American, or Spanish-Malay Mestizo) is at 12.7%, Indigenous American (Native American) at 7.3%, African at 4.5%, and ... There are an estimated four million Americans of Filipino ancestry in the United States, and more than 300,000 American ... the exchanges between Castila and native were negligent. Following Bernal, these two groups-native Filipinos and the Castila- ... Peter Bellwood; Alicia Sánchez-Mazas (June 2005). "Human Migrations in Continental East Asia and Taiwan: Genetic, Linguistic, ...
November 17, 2006.Nlm.nih.gov Archived March 4, 2016, at the Wayback Machine: Asian Continental Ancestry Group is also used for ... Georgian Americans, Israeli Americans, Kurdish Americans, Turkish Americans, Iranian Americans and Central Asian Americans have ... The Asian, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander population groups are well defined; moreover, there has been experience with ... Afghan Americans, Arab Americans, Armenian Americans, Assyrian Americans, Azerbaijani Americans, ...
Wildlife Watch Group (2011) Less than 3,000 Pet Tigers in America . Wildlife Times 5 (37): 12-13. 黑龙江东北虎林园将打造千虎园 (in Chinese). ... Results support distinction of the two evolutionary groups: continental and Sunda tigers. The authors proposed recognition of ... The Siberian tiger or Amur tiger is a population of the tiger subspecies Panthera tigris tigris native to the Russian Far East ... "Phylogeography and genetic ancestry of tigers (Panthera tigris)". PLOS Biology. 2 (12): e442. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.0020442 ...
Native Americans in Robeson County, North Carolina, were not subject to removal. Culturally, this group was not particularly ... Through intermarriage, they acquired some white and black ancestry. Not viewed as Native Americans by the state of North ... One tradition suggests that Continental Army General Burwell Vick was staying at the tavern in the 1700s after the American ... The Lumbee people in southeastern North Carolina originated from various Native American/Indian groups which were greatly ...
It is native to tropical continental Asia and some adjacent islands, and has been naturalized in some parts of Japan. Its ... It is a gregarious bird which feeds mainly on seeds, moving through the undergrowth in groups and sometimes accompanying other ... Allen, J.A. (1910). "Collation of Brisson's genera of birds with those of Linnaeus". Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural ... striata in its ancestry, although other theories suggest contributions from the white-throated munia. The hybrid with numerous ...
... s form a diverse group of 129 species that rely on the ocean for their existence. They are an informal group ... Waits, L. P.; Talbot, S. L.; Ward, R. H.; Shields, G. F. (2008). "Mitochondrial DNA Phylogeography of the North American Brown ... "Native Alaskans say oil drilling threatens way of life". BBC News. July 2010. Retrieved 18 June 2016. Nguyen, Vi (26 November ... Seals, however, also use a number of terrestrial habitats, both continental and island. In temperate and tropical areas, they ...
According to the 2012-2016 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates, the largest ancestry groups in Boston, Massachusetts are ... "Native Americans in Jamaica Plain". Jamaica Plains Historical Society. Archived from the original on December 10, 2017. ... Several weeks later, George Washington took over the militia after the Continental Congress established the Continental Army to ... "PEOPLE REPORTING ANCESTRY 2012-2016 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates". U.S. Census Bureau. Archived from the original ...
... in practice the majority of Native Americans disapproved of it. Cleveland believed the Dawes Act would lift Native Americans ... In the intervening four years, Honolulu businessmen of European and American ancestry had denounced Queen Liliuokalani as a ... A group of workingmen led by Jacob S. Coxey began to march east toward Washington, D.C., to protest Cleveland's policies. This ... the continental liar from the state of Maine, 'Burn this letter!'" Regarding Cleveland, commentator Jeff Jacoby notes that, " ...
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The Native Americans traded furs and food with the Dutch for various goods. In return, the Dutch gave the Native Americans ... As of 2010, 17.4% of the township's population self-identified as being Indian American, making them the largest minority group ... of Parsippany-Troy Hills's residents having identified themselves as being of Indian American ancestry in the 2000 Census, ... The township has a humid continental climate, with cold winters and very warm-to-hot summers. It is usually cooler than ...
In the wake of treaties negotiated with them by Sibley, Native American tribes that had until recently roamed freely across the ... a distinguished officer in the Continental Army, and the granddaughter of Commodore Abraham Whipple of the Continental Navy. ... However, as he descended the hill, he was "disappointed to find only a group of log huts" occupied by the fur traders and staff ... Retrieved June 6, 2021.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link) West, Nathaniel (1889). The ancestry, life, and times of Hon ...
... traders in North America were typically men of social status and financial standing who married high-ranking Native American ... Members of this group were called "Pins" by non-members because they wore an emblem of crossed pins on their shirts. Ross ... His mother and maternal grandmother were each of mixed Scots-Cherokee ancestry but brought up in Cherokee culture, which is ... These offers, coupled with the lengthy cross-continental trip, indicated that Ross's strategy was to prolong negotiations on ...
Minahan, James B (2014). Ethnic Groups of North, East, and Central Asia: An Encyclopedia. ABC-CLIO. p. 169. ISBN 978-1-61069- ... and Indian ancestry. The term "澳門人" (meaning Macanese) and "土生葡人" (meaning native-born Portuguese people) in Chinese (Cantonese ... the upbringing of most Macanese fell along the lines of the continental Portuguese - attending Portuguese schools, ... mixed ancestry) Kristang people Macau people Indian diaspora "Famous People From Macau Famous Natives". Worldatlas.com. ...
As of the 2010 census, the city was 55.2% White, 16.3% Black or African American, 0.7% Native American, 3.0% Asian, 0.1% Native ... The largest ethnic groups in Lancaster as of recent estimates are: Puerto Rican 29.2% German 21.2% African American 12.8% Irish ... 39.3% of the population were of Hispanic or Latino ancestry. As of the census of 2000, there were 56,348 people, 20,933 ... The "Lancaster Red Roses" was also the name of a basketball franchise in the Continental Basketball Association (at that time, ...
African Americans, and more recently, Macedonian Americans and Albanian Americans, although many members of these groups ... African American, 0.47% Native American, 16.59% Asian, and 10.17% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were ... Italian Ancestry Archived May 12, 2007, at the Wayback Machine, Epodunk. Accessed September 3, 2007. Lodi, NJ Ancestry & Family ... against the 3rd Regiment of Continental Light Dragoons under the command of Colonel George Baylor during the American ...
In France, the so-called School of Paris was formed, a heterodox group of artists who worked in the interwar period, linked to ... Tom Wesselmann made in the series Great American Nudes (1960s) a set of works where the nude is shown as a consumer product, ... which he was able to study in the great collections of his native Italy. Thus, his work has the serenity and harmony of the ... although at intervals it has been influenced by continental civilizations, especially China and Korea. In Japanese culture, art ...
Martin's Publishing Group, ISBN 9781429950114 The American Review of Reviews Volume 63 (February, 1921) pp135-139 "Missing ... Resnati was a native of Milan. His body is returned to Italy by sea. 19 May First prototype Sopwith Salamander, E5429, crashes ... Maynard Wins Trans-Continental Race - Sky Pilot Is Greeted By Family," San Luis Obispo Daily Telegram, San Luis Obispo, ... www.ancestry.com/boards/surnames.delaplane/42/mb.ashx[user-generated source] Special, "Col. Dodd, Our First Commissioned ...
Some scholars also argue that another group identified in ancient sources as Huns, the North Caucasian Huns, were genuine Huns ... although this ancestry had been present in late Xiongnus as well.22 Thus our data are in accordance with the Xiongnu ancestry ... Generally, the continental Germanic traditions paint a more positive picture of Attila and the Huns than the Scandinavian ... Priscus calls Attila "king" or "emperor" (βασιλέυς), but it is unknown what native title he was translating. With the exception ...
... to serve as the continental temple for North America. This group also coordinated the spread of the Baháʼí Faith across North ... American Bahá'ís Category:Canadian Bahá'ís Baháʼí Faith and Native Americans Baháʼí Faith by country Religion in North America ... The first North American woman to declare herself a Baháʼí was Mrs. Kate C. Ives, of Canadian ancestry, though not living in ... "Largest Religious Groups in the United States of America". Adherents.com. 2013. Archived from the original on 20 August 2018. ...
"People Reporting Ancestry: 2014 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates: New England Division (B04006)". American Factfinder ... Moreover, many international banks have their North American headquarters in Fairfield County, such as NatWest Group and UBS. ... Up until 1700, Native Americans comprised a majority of the non-white labor force in colonial New England. By 1686, King James ... Southern and coastal Connecticut is the broad transition zone from the cold continental climates of the north to the milder ...
The FBI investigated as well, due to the victims being Native Americans and the incident taking place on a reservation, but ... Studies placed the time of mass death around the 9th century CE (1,200 years old) and second group of skeletons were dated to ... Find a Grave, Ancestry.com, Lehi, Utah. Retrieved September 26, 2018. "The Fifteenth Census of the United States: 1930", Bureau ... that they had repeatedly attempted to contact emergency numbers shortly after taking pictures of themselves at the Continental ...
European commercial and military influence and activities centred on the fur trade developed and increased in North America in ... A group of Loyalists from New York State, led by Captain Michael Grass who arrived in 1784 after sailing from New York and up ... The first winner of the television series Canadian Idol was Kingston native Ryan Malcolm. Poet Michael Andre was raised in ... Being within hardiness zone 5, Kingston has a moderate humid continental climate (Köppen climate classification Dfb). It has ...
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). "North America: Mexico". The World Factbook. Ethnic groups. Retrieved April 11, 2014. ... with the majority of the people not having native admixture or being of predominantly European ancestry, resembling in aspect ... the relatively low frequency of marriages between people of different continental ancestries in colonial and early independent ... a phenomenon arguably caused by the economic integration of North American under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA ...
American Quakers, American slave owners, Princeton University alumni, Continental Congressmen from North Carolina, 18th-century ... There were actually three camps: (1) a small group of militants who early on supported independence, (2) a small group of anti- ... a signer of the Continental Association and U.S. Declaration of Independence, and a native of Princeton, New Jersey, where he ... "Philadelphia Arch Street Monthly Meeting Minutes 1744-1793, p. 62". ancestry.com. Retrieved 18 Feb 2022. Higginbotham, Don; ...
... assumed to be a stretched and thinned portion of the North American continental crust. Sediments were forming at about the same ... native African. Since the colonial era of plantations, Africans or Afro-Bahamians have been the largest ethnic group in The ... The term white is usually used to identify Bahamians with Anglo ancestry, as well as some light-skinned Afro-Bahamians. ... 1973 establishments in North America, Countries in the Caribbean, Countries in North America, Archipelagoes of the Atlantic ...
The Chinese of Vietnamese ancestry became assimilated while still maintaining their Chinese identity with the native people and ... prominent American businessman in Southern California Jack Lee, American celebrity chef Eric Ly, American entrepreneur, ... Each of these Hoa sub-groups tends to congregate in different towns and one dialect group may predominate over the others. ... important in the 1980s as a way of circumventing the boycott on trade with Vietnam imposed by a number of Continental Asian and ...
... makes use of ingredients not native to and very rarely used in China, for example, Western broccoli ( ... which also constitutes the largest metropolitan Asian-American group in the United States and the largest Asian-national ... Washington D.C.'s population is 1% Chinese, making them the largest single Asian ancestry in the city. However, the Chinese ... Hawaiian-Chinese food developed somewhat differently from Chinese cuisine in the continental United States. Owing to the ...
Native American tribes in North Carolina, Native American tribes in Oklahoma, Native American tribes in South Carolina, Native ... The Cherokee Nation includes numerous members who have mixed ancestry, including African-American, Latino American, Asian ... The Cherokee language is part of the Iroquoian language group. In the 19th century, James Mooney, an early American ... a leader of the Continental Congress and New Jersey Congressman. They translated the Bible into Cherokee syllabary. Boudinot ...
African American, 1.1% Native American, 0.4% Asian, 0.5% from other races, and 1.1% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino ... The Wakefield ancestry is traced back to John Wakefield, who was born about 1614, probably in Gravesend, County Kent, England ... The dream for the library dates back to Oct 17, 1934 when a group of local citizens concerned about the literary heritage of ... Wakefield was also a major stockholder in the Beacon, Continental, Cosmos, International, and Summit mineral land companies. ...
African American, 0.31% Native American, 0.54% Asian, 0.01% Pacific Islander, 0.32% from other races, and 0.69% from two or ... A group of English settlers from Saugus, Massachusetts, colonized Sandwich in 1637 with the permission of the Plymouth Colony. ... Salt Lake City, UT: Ancestry Pub. p. 64. ISBN 0916489183. Retrieved August 10, 2021. Spellman, Zach (August 11, 2016). " ... humid continental climate (Dfb). Dfb climates are characterized by at least one month having an average mean temperature ≤ 32.0 ...
Black or African American, 3.0% Asian, 1.1% Pacific Islander, 0.5% Native American, 3.3% from other races, and 6.5% from two or ... Age Groups and Sex, Waterloo, Iowa". American FactFinder. . Retrieved January 31, 2009. United States Census Bureau. " ... Ancestry.com "Dr. Doxey's Body in River, Thought to Have Killed Self," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, page 1 Binheim, Max; Elvin, ... Waterloo has a humid continental climate zone (Köppen classification Dfa), typical of the state of Iowa, and is part of USDA ...
The Eastern group was the Association of Pentecostal Churches of America, a denomination formed on 13 April 1897 through the ... Ancestry.com. Social Security Death Index [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Number: 488-36-6230; Issue State: Missouri; Issue ... of all Nazarenes lived outside the continental United States. In 1981 the figure was 28.3%. In late 1991 there were one million ... 42 percent of delegates present and voting were not native English speakers. Today 64 percent of Nazarene members and 80 ...
American Native Continental Ancestry Group. *. Christopher Cutter, PhD. Assistant Professor in the Child Study Center; ... Executive Director, Chief of Adolescent Psychology, Turnbridge Dual Diagnosis Treatment Programs; Director, Native American ...
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American Native Continental Ancestry Group / psychology* * British Columbia * Female * Focus Groups * Health Services ... A case-study approach was used whereby three separate focus groups were conducted with Aboriginal women who were clients of the ... Vancouver Native Health Society (VNHS), its sister organization, Sheway, or residents of Vancouvers Downtown Eastside (DTES). ...
Continental. Ancestry Group. M1.686.508.100. African Americans. M1.686.508.100.100. American Native Continental. Ancestry Group ... indicates that the degree of genetic heterogeneity within groups and homogeneity across groups make race per. se a less ... Ethnic Groups and Geographic Origins-Categories I and M:. The DeCS/MeSH descriptor Racial. Stocks, and its four children ( ... POPULATION GROUPS. It will retain all indented terms. The check tag ANIMAL. will be changed to a new descriptor ANIMALS. . It ...
Continental. Ancestry Group. M1.686.508.100. African Americans. M1.686.508.100.100. American Native Continental. Ancestry Group ... indicates that the degree of genetic heterogeneity within groups and homogeneity across groups make race per. se a less ... Ethnic Groups and Geographic Origins-Categories I and M:. The DeCS/MeSH descriptor Racial. Stocks, and its four children ( ... POPULATION GROUPS. It will retain all indented terms. The check tag ANIMAL. will be changed to a new descriptor ANIMALS. . It ...
Continental. Ancestry Group. M1.686.508.100. African Americans. M1.686.508.100.100. American Native Continental. Ancestry Group ... indicates that the degree of genetic heterogeneity within groups and homogeneity across groups make race per. se a less ... Ethnic Groups and Geographic Origins-Categories I and M:. The DeCS/MeSH descriptor Racial. Stocks, and its four children ( ... POPULATION GROUPS. It will retain all indented terms. The check tag ANIMAL. will be changed to a new descriptor ANIMALS. . It ...
Continental. Ancestry Group. M1.686.508.100. African Americans. M1.686.508.100.100. American Native Continental. Ancestry Group ... indicates that the degree of genetic heterogeneity within groups and homogeneity across groups make race per. se a less ... Ethnic Groups and Geographic Origins-Categories I and M:. The DeCS/MeSH descriptor Racial. Stocks, and its four children ( ... POPULATION GROUPS. It will retain all indented terms. The check tag ANIMAL. will be changed to a new descriptor ANIMALS. . It ...
American Native Continental Ancestry Group. American Indian or Alaska Native D000671. Amputation. Amputation, Surgical ...
Continental. Ancestry Group. M1.686.508.100. African Americans. M1.686.508.100.100. American Native Continental. Ancestry Group ... indicates that the degree of genetic heterogeneity within groups and homogeneity across groups make race per. se a less ... Ethnic Groups and Geographic Origins-Categories I and M:. The DeCS/MeSH descriptor Racial. Stocks, and its four children ( ... POPULATION GROUPS. It will retain all indented terms. The check tag ANIMAL. will be changed to a new descriptor ANIMALS. . It ...
Continental. Ancestry Group. M1.686.508.100. African Americans. M1.686.508.100.100. American Native Continental. Ancestry Group ... indicates that the degree of genetic heterogeneity within groups and homogeneity across groups make race per. se a less ... Ethnic Groups and Geographic Origins-Categories I and M:. The DeCS/MeSH descriptor Racial. Stocks, and its four children ( ... POPULATION GROUPS. It will retain all indented terms. The check tag ANIMAL. will be changed to a new descriptor ANIMALS. . It ...
Continental. Ancestry Group. M1.686.508.100. African Americans. M1.686.508.100.100. American Native Continental. Ancestry Group ... indicates that the degree of genetic heterogeneity within groups and homogeneity across groups make race per. se a less ... Ethnic Groups and Geographic Origins-Categories I and M:. The DeCS/MeSH descriptor Racial. Stocks, and its four children ( ... POPULATION GROUPS. It will retain all indented terms. The check tag ANIMAL. will be changed to a new descriptor ANIMALS. . It ...
Continental. Ancestry Group. M1.686.508.100. African Americans. M1.686.508.100.100. American Native Continental. Ancestry Group ... indicates that the degree of genetic heterogeneity within groups and homogeneity across groups make race per. se a less ... Ethnic Groups and Geographic Origins-Categories I and M:. The DeCS/MeSH descriptor Racial. Stocks, and its four children ( ... POPULATION GROUPS. It will retain all indented terms. The check tag ANIMAL. will be changed to a new descriptor ANIMALS. . It ...
Continental. Ancestry Group. M1.686.508.100. African Americans. M1.686.508.100.100. American Native Continental. Ancestry Group ... indicates that the degree of genetic heterogeneity within groups and homogeneity across groups make race per. se a less ... Ethnic Groups and Geographic Origins-Categories I and M:. The DeCS/MeSH descriptor Racial. Stocks, and its four children ( ... POPULATION GROUPS. It will retain all indented terms. The check tag ANIMAL. will be changed to a new descriptor ANIMALS. . It ...
Continental. Ancestry Group. M1.686.508.100. African Americans. M1.686.508.100.100. American Native Continental. Ancestry Group ... indicates that the degree of genetic heterogeneity within groups and homogeneity across groups make race per. se a less ... Ethnic Groups and Geographic Origins-Categories I and M:. The DeCS/MeSH descriptor Racial. Stocks, and its four children ( ... POPULATION GROUPS. It will retain all indented terms. The check tag ANIMAL. will be changed to a new descriptor ANIMALS. . It ...
Continental. Ancestry Group. M1.686.508.100. African Americans. M1.686.508.100.100. American Native Continental. Ancestry Group ... indicates that the degree of genetic heterogeneity within groups and homogeneity across groups make race per. se a less ... Ethnic Groups and Geographic Origins-Categories I and M:. The DeCS/MeSH descriptor Racial. Stocks, and its four children ( ... POPULATION GROUPS. It will retain all indented terms. The check tag ANIMAL. will be changed to a new descriptor ANIMALS. . It ...
Continental. Ancestry Group. M1.686.508.100. African Americans. M1.686.508.100.100. American Native Continental. Ancestry Group ... indicates that the degree of genetic heterogeneity within groups and homogeneity across groups make race per. se a less ... Ethnic Groups and Geographic Origins-Categories I and M:. The DeCS/MeSH descriptor Racial. Stocks, and its four children ( ... POPULATION GROUPS. It will retain all indented terms. The check tag ANIMAL. will be changed to a new descriptor ANIMALS. . It ...
Continental. Ancestry Group. M1.686.508.100. African Americans. M1.686.508.100.100. American Native Continental. Ancestry Group ... indicates that the degree of genetic heterogeneity within groups and homogeneity across groups make race per. se a less ... Ethnic Groups and Geographic Origins-Categories I and M:. The DeCS/MeSH descriptor Racial. Stocks, and its four children ( ... POPULATION GROUPS. It will retain all indented terms. The check tag ANIMAL. will be changed to a new descriptor ANIMALS. . It ...
Continental. Ancestry Group. M1.686.508.100. African Americans. M1.686.508.100.100. American Native Continental. Ancestry Group ... indicates that the degree of genetic heterogeneity within groups and homogeneity across groups make race per. se a less ... Ethnic Groups and Geographic Origins-Categories I and M:. The DeCS/MeSH descriptor Racial. Stocks, and its four children ( ... POPULATION GROUPS. It will retain all indented terms. The check tag ANIMAL. will be changed to a new descriptor ANIMALS. . It ...
American Native Continental Ancestry Group. Grupo de Ancestro Americano Continental Nativo. Grupo Ancestral Oceânico. Oceanic ... European Continental Ancestry Group. Grupo de Ancestro Europeo Continental. Grupos Populacionais. Population Groups. Grupos de ... African Continental Ancestry Group. Grupo de Ancestro Africano Continental. Grupo Ancestral do Continente Asiático. Asian ... Continental Ancestry Group. Grupo de Ancestro Asiático Continental. Grupo Ancestral do Continente Europeu. ...
Genomic ancestry was estimated using a panel of 101â 348 polymorphic markers and three continental reference populations ( ... European, African and Native American). RESULTS: Our study included 362 patients with HF between August 2012 and August 2014. ... The working group employed a Delphi process, patient focus groups, online patient surveys, and multiple systematic publications ... Genomic ancestry as a predictor of haemodynamic profile in heart failure. Bernardez-Pereira, Sabrina; Gioli-Pereira, Luciana; ...
African Continental Ancestry Group. *American Native Continental Ancestry Group. *Asian Continental Ancestry Group ... "Asian Continental Ancestry Group" by people in this website by year, and whether "Asian Continental Ancestry Group" was a major ... "Asian Continental Ancestry Group" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicines controlled vocabulary thesaurus, MeSH ( ... Below are the most recent publications written about "Asian Continental Ancestry Group" by people in Profiles. ...
The observed prevalence of RE in the study group was similar to the prevalence ranges observed for European ancestry ... being more frequent in Asians and Native Americans. The prevalence of RE in the studied people was 3.16%, similar to ... The prevalence of RE varies among continental population groups. However, due to human migration, the frequency of this ... Ancestry of victims of 1755 Lisbon earthquake based on tooth morphology* Free pre-print version: Loading... Rate this result: ...
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African Americans ; American Native Continental Ancestry Group ; Antigens ; Asian Continental Ancestry Group ; Chromosomes ; ... European Continental Ancestry Group ; Genetic Loci ; Genetic Predisposition To Disease ; Haplotypes ; Hispanic Americans ; ... Comparison of the American-European Consensus Group Sjögrens syndrome classification criteria to newly proposed American ... Objective To compare the performance of the American-European Consensus Group (AECG) and the newly proposed American College of ...
... is a sequela of streptococcal infection-typically following two to three weeks after group A streptococcal pharyngitis-that ... Unusual group A streptococci emm types that are uncommon in the continental United States appear to play a significant role in ... Rates of ARF are exceptionally high in natives of Polynesian ancestry in Hawaiian and Maori populations. For example, in a ... American Association of Immunologists, American College of Physicians, American College of Rheumatology. Disclosure: Stock ...

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