Sometimes drug companies hide or downplay
information about serious side-effects of new drugs and overstate the drugs' benefits," said Prof Light, a professor of comparative health policy at the University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey, US.
As far as the Air Force is concerned there has been no reason to downplay
The textbooks downplay
or ignore people and events that Communist countries traditionally emphasize, like (1) VLADIMIR LENIN, the leader of Russia's 1917 Communist Revolution, the (2) FRENCH REVOLUTION in 1789, AND THE (3) LONG MARCH, the 5,000-mile trek across China by Mao and his followers in 1934.
It follows that wider access to Plan B might lead teens to downplay
the consequences of unsafe sex when considering the likelihood that it might lead to an unwanted pregnancy, which could in turn lead to a higher incidence of unsafe sex and STDs.
Peseroff has the unique ability to respectfully downplay
the tragic by sandwiching it between snapshots of nature, observations, and vivid recollections that continually occur and take you by surprise.
I usually tend to downplay
worries about research in genetics, but I was quite concerned after reading "Expanding the genetic code" (SN: 4/2/05, p.
She also exposes the passion and prejudice that drives these industries to downplay
natural modalities and alternative approaches to better health.
Lawrence, a deputy assistant secretary at the Department of Health and Human Services, reworked an HHS report to downplay
evidence of racial disparities in health care.
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A spokesman for the charity said: "Officials frequently downplay
or ignore expert medical evidence of torture, or dispute it, although not medically qualified to do so.
He wants to downplay
Chico's reputation as a party school.
Although political campaigns today are not exclusively focused on educational issues, it is rare for politicians to downplay