Currie believes that many eligible bachelors overemphasize the importance of career success, education, money, and material possessions, but these same single men underemphasize
the importance of health & fitness, proper grooming, personal confidence and high self-esteem, and highly effective and seductive conversation skills.
At the same time, I don't want to underemphasize
that it's still important to think ahead and to plan.
In terms of physical activity, researchers do not know why parents appeared to underemphasize
their role in good health, but the finding was consistent with other recent studies that suggested America's youth were largely out-of-shape and sedentary, replacing playtime with "screen time.
I also cannot underemphasize
the increasing and expanding regulations coming from the EPA.
The demographic literature tends to overstate the role of very large cities and underemphasize
the importance of small- and medium-sized cities," Montgomery concludes.
People tend to either overemphasize or underemphasize
the importance of nutrition in exercise performance.
Because Berlinger rightfully concentrates on the moral response necessary to redress the harms done to a patient or her family, she may actually underemphasize
the fact that these experiences of medical harm are personal and traumatic for health care providers as well.
It fails when a few underemphasize
social work's biopsychosocial lens and overstate its allegiance to a biological reductionism, now itself on the way out.
I guess expecting the pharmaceutical industry to not toot their own horn, and to not overemphasize the benefits or underemphasize
the ill effects of their products is unrealistic and expecting too much; however, by informing all we have the privilege to serve that heredity is only 10-15% genetic and 85-90% habit, we will make a great dent in the war against premature aging and disease promotion by effectively convincing Jane and John Q.
Evacuee" may underemphasize
the consequences the people of the hurricane zone face, but it seems less abstract than the White House's other term of choice, "displaced person.
She tends to underemphasize
various ways in which Korean military brides themselves become complicit in problematic dynamics.
Readers may consider his assertion either intuitively accurate, vastly overblown, or grossly simplistic, but no thoughtful reader will ever again underemphasize
the significance of Salamis after reading this book.