at-risk


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at-risk

(ăt′rĭsk′)
adj.
1. In danger of suffering from mistreatment, injury, disease, or the effects of dysfunctional behavior: after-school programs for at-risk youth; screening at-risk seniors for diabetes.
2. Likely to result in injury, disease, or other negative consequences: at-risk occupations; at-risk behaviors.
Translations

at-risk

[ætˈrɪsk]
A. ADJ [group] → en peligro
B. CPD at-risk register N (Brit) (Social Work) → registro m de delitos de violencia familiar or doméstica

at-risk

adjRisiko-; at-risk groupRisikogruppe f; at-risk register (Social Work) → Register ntgefährdeter Kinder
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MORE than two million people in the UK are classed as problem or at-risk gamblers, according to new research.
This study will enable to know the reasons why subjects at-risk for Familial Amyloid Polyneuropathy (FAP), Huntington's Disease (HD), and Machado-Joseph Disease (MJD) want to perform the PST and compare the results with the motivations of the subjects atrisk for Hereditary Hemochromatosis (HH) which also wish to carry the presymptomatic testing (PST).
Yemin Orde Youth Village is home, school and safe haven for more than 400 at-risk and immigrant youth from Ethiopia, Former Soviet Union, France, and Brazil as well as teens born in Israel.
Online courses seem to be an attractive option for at-risk students juggling work schedules, family responsibilities and time constraints.
In fact, four in 10 at-risk adults believe they have no risk for diabetes or prediabetes.
There is a large volume of literature that discusses the at-risk high school student.
BEFORE THE ADVENT OF LLCs, THE AT-RISK rules were for the most part a poor stepchild when it came to loss limitations.
At-risk drinking (defined as excessive or potentially harmful alcohol use in combination with select comorbidities or medication use) affects about 10 percent of older adults and is associated with higher mortality.
Losses passed through to S corporation shareholders are limited first by shareholder basis limits under IRC [section] 1366, next by the at-risk requirements of section 465, and finally by the passive activity limits of section 469.
SWINE flu at-risk groups include: People aged over six months and under 65 years in current seasonal flu vaccine clinical at-risk groups All pregnant women Household contacts of people with compromised immune systems, eg people in regular close contact with patients on treatment for cancer People aged 65 and over in the current seasonal flu vaccine clinical at-risk groups.
Now in an expanded and updated second edition, "Helping At-Risk Students: A Group Counseling Approach For Grades 6-9" by Jill Waterman (Adjunct Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles) and Elizabeth Walker (a clinical psychologist specializing in economically disadvantaged and ethnically diverse high school students in Denver, Colorado) is an introduction and instruction guide to utilizing the 'SPARK' program as part of a group counseling approach to helping students at risk of under performing and dropping out of school.