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    The survival analysis, is in the class of statistical methods, for considering the occurrence and the timing of events is applied, in the field of medical sciences1. Although, there is more than one modeling approach for analyzing data 2, But before the choosing the best method, ask from ourselves that: why this method? Modeling procedure will answer to this question3. One of the modeling approaches, that widely and special used in the survival sciences, is the cox proportional hazards model4. Proportionality is one of the main assumption of the Cox regression model. It means that, the hazard for an individual, is proportional to the hazard, for any other individual. Or in other words, hazard ratio, between individuals, is constant over time5.…

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    By applying Cox proportional hazards model with time-varying covariates and stratifying by race/ethnic groups, we use depressive symptom onset to predict alcohol initiation and conduct parallel analyses using alcohol initiation to predict DSO. AI and DSO related risk factors, psychiatric disorders, and traumatic events are also examined. METHODS Sample The Missouri Family Study (MOFAM) is a population-based family study of alcoholism and related conditions with an oversample of AA families.…

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    4. Results and Discussion The general characteristics pertaining to explanatory variables for the banks under study one-year prior to their adoption the social media are presented in Table 2. As expected, the average value of the most of the explanatory variables seems to be different for banks with Facebook adopted and not adopted. 4.1 Survival analysis- Results Kaplan-Meier Nonparametric-Survival Model: In the survival analysis our failure event is the adoption of social media i.e., joining…

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    to create new brain cells (Bradberry). Keeping calm when studying for a test will benefit student’s memories. When I am stressed about a big test the next day, remaining calm keeps me focused and allows me to recall the information later. Working under pressure is much easier when staying calm; taking a few deep breaths to calm myself down always helps me work more efficiently and allows me to remember better. Take Few Risks Playing it safe and not frequently taking big risks also relates…

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    WHAT IS IN THE PROGRAM? This is a survivalist guide to prepare you for an end that would be brought about by an EMP blast. In the program you get information about protecting yourself from the effects of an EMP blast. - Cain outlines the five electrical devices you would need after such a blast and how you can build Faraday Cage to protect these devices. - You get tips on the essential medicines that you should have in your first aid kit. - Tips on protecting things like your car battery. …

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    Question#1 “Signal words are a single word used to place emphasis on the relative level of hazard and alert the reader to a potential hazard they may encounter” (Haight, 2012, p. 114). The signal words used are danger, warning, caution, and notice. Danger “Danger indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, WILL result in death or serious injury” (Haight, 2012, p. 114). Example: MIL-PRF-680, Type II Warning “A warning indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, COULD…

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    fitted with automatic door closers to the hydraulically spring operated type in the case of the spring door of fire rope and weight type in the case of sliding door. 3. Emergency exit signage (Exit sign) Exit sign is a device in a public facility denoting the location of the closest emergency exit in case of emergency such as fire. All buildings require exit signs to be permanently lit. Exit sign must be designed to be easily understandable to anyone. For the colour and design of the sign, the…

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    Critical thinking is used every day in many walks of life. When a problem is encountered “Critical Thinking” is the thought process used. As stated by (Phillips and Norman) “Critical thinking empowers strategic intelligence support”. (Phillips, Norman 2008) Many organizations have accepted critical thinking as a standard practice and conduct training regularly. (Phillips, Norman, 2008) For my job specifically, critical thinking is something that occurs every day in high-stress situations. When…

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    The public sector has many responsibilities when it comes emergency management. In an effort to understand how law enforcement, fire department, and other public safety officials can strengthen emergency management, each phase must be discussed. Mitigation is defined as the effort to reduce loss of lives, property, and decrease the effect of a disaster. During this phase the public sector faces the challenges of mainly providing increased public safety. For instance, conducting a threat analysis…

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    For a variety of different reasons, asphalt shingles are a popular roofing material, particularly for residential buildings. For a start, asphalt roofing shingles are easy to use and provide a long lasting roofing alternative and at a fraction of cost while at it. However, after decades of faithful service and taking all sorts of weather and physical beatings from a variety of objects, the roof like any other appliance, is apt to become worn and torn and thereby developing things such as holes,…

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