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Ranch Hands

Author: Bonnie Bryant
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School is out for the summer, and the Saddle Club has big plans. Lisa, Carole, and Stevie have been invited to Wyoming to work on a ranch and help run a Western riding camp. The girls are looking forward to a great summer of fun and riding until Lisa's parents break the terrible news: They want Lisa to come to Europe with them for a month. For Lisa, it's bad enough that she'll be missing the chance to work as a ranch hand, how will she survive for four whole weeks without her best friends Stevie and Carole, and horses to ride?


Saddle Club 29 Ranch Hands

Author: Bonnie Bryant
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School is out for the summer, and The Saddle Club has big plans. Lisa, Carole and Stevie have all been invited to Wyoming to work on a ranch and help run a Western riding camp. The girls are looking forward to a great summer of fun and riding until Lisa’s parents break the terrible news: they want Lisa to go with them to Europe for a month. Lisa’s upset and she’ll be missing the chance to work as a ranch hand – how will she survive for four whole weeks without her best friends Stevie and Carole, and horses to ride? And how will Stevie and Carole get on in Wyoming without Lisa?


Agent Orange actions needed to improve communications of Air Force Ranch Hand study data and results report to the ranking minority member Committee on Veterans Affairs House of Representatives

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Ranch Hands and Autumn Trail

Author: Bonnie Bryant
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A SUMMER TO REMEMBER School is out for summer, and The Saddle Club has big plans. Lisa, Carole, and Stevie have been invited to Wyoming to work on a ranch and help run a Western riding camp. The girls are looking forward to a great summer of fun and riding until Lisa's parents break the terrible news: they want Lisa to come to Europe with them for a month. For Lisa, it's bad enough that she'll be missing the chance to work as a ranch hand-how will she survive for four whole weeks without her best friends Stevie and Carole, and horses to ride? A FRIEND IN NEED It's Thanksgiving time at Pine Hollow Stables, and the three members of The Saddle Club have each decided to do one good deed to celebrate the holiday. Stevie has offered to do some chores around the stable; Carole's invited stuck-up Veronica diAngelo to Thanksgiving dinner; and Lisa isn't sure what her generous act will be-until she realises that there's a special horse at Pine Hollow that really needs her.


Veterans and Agent Orange

Author: Committee to Review the Health Effects in Vietnam Veterans of Exposure to Herbicides (Second Biennial Update)
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Third in a series of six congressionally mandated studies occurring biennially, this book is an updated review and evaluation of the available scientific evidence regarding the statistical association between exposure to herbicides used in Vietnam and various adverse health outcomes suspected to be linked with such exposures. As part of the review, the committee convened a workshop at which issues surrounding the reanalysis and the combination of existing data on the health effects of herbicide and dioxin exposure were addressed. This book builds upon the information developed by the IOM committees responsible for the 1994 original report, Veterans and Agent Orange, and Veterans and Agent Orange: Update 1996, but will focus on scientific studies and other information developed since the release of these reports. The two previous volumes have noted that sufficient evidence exists to link soft tissue sarcoma, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease, and chloracne with exposure. The books also noted that there is "limited or suggestive" evidence to show an association with exposure and a neurological disorder in veterans and with the congenital birth defect spina bifida in veterans' children. This volume will be critically important to both policymakers and physicians in the federal government, Vietnam veterans and their families, veterans organizations, researchers, and health professionals.


Castle Entertaining

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Dioxins and Health

Author: A. Schecter
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This book originated in a series of cross-disciplinary conversations in the years 1984-1990 between the editor, who is a physician-researcher involved in clinical and laboratory research, and a dioxin toxicologist. During the years in which the conversations took place, an extraordinary amount of new scientific literature was published related to dioxins, defined for purposes of this text as the chlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins, dibenzofurans, polychlorinated biphe nyls (PCB's) and other compounds that are structurally and toxicologically similar to 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (2,3,7 ,8-TCDD), the most extensively studied and most toxic of this group of chemicals. Dioxins also began to interest not only chemists and toxicologists, but also specialists from diverse disciplines such as wildlife and environmental science, immunology, neuroscience,public health, epidemiology, med icine, government, law, sociology, and journalism. Specialists from such varied disciplines, while familiar with their own literature, frequently did not have time to follow the dioxin literature outside their specialty area. In addition, each specialty had unique knowledge, methods, and perspectives. Cross disciplinary conversation was necessary, but all too frequently, specialists from the various disciplines did not speak the same language, resulting in misunderstanding.


Veterans and Agent Orange

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In response to the concerns voiced by Vietnam veterans and their families, Congress called upon the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) to review the scientific evidence on the possible health effects of exposure to Agent Orange and other herbicides. This call resulted in the creation of the first NAS Institute of Medicine Committee to Review the Health Effects in Vietnam Veterans of Exposure to Herbicides in 1992. The committee published its initial findings in the 1994 report Veterans and Agent Orange: Health Effects of Herbicides Used in Vietnam. This report is the result of a 1999 request from the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) under the aegis of the Veterans and Agent Orange research program. Specifically, DVA asked the committee to examine evidence regarding the association, if any, between Type 2 diabetes and exposure to dioxin and other chemical compounds in herbicides used in Vietnam. Veterans and Agent Orange: Herbicide/Dioxin Exposure and Type 2 Diabetes reviews the scientific evidence regarding the association, if any, between Type 2 diabetes1 and exposure to dioxin2 and other chemical compounds in herbicides used in Vietnam. This report examines, to the extent that available data permitted meaningful determinations, (1) whether a statistical association with herbicide exposure exists, taking into account the strength of the scientific evidence and the appropriateness of the statistical and epidemiologic methods used to detect the association; (2) the increased risk of the disease among those exposed to herbicides during Vietnam service; and (3) whether there is a plausible biological mechanism or other evidence of a causal relationship between herbicide exposure and the disease.


Goat Glands to Ranch Hands

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The Raintree

Author: Toni Sears
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The Raintree (The Legend Unfolds) is a great story that is full of surprises. It begins in a small town with a lot of small-minded people. It then ends in a very big town and a lot of beautiful people. This story is about a woman who is examining her life. Coedette Raintree, the main character who is telling the story, will take you on an adventure of enormous proportions. You will relive it all with her, what her fears were as well as her failures. Coedette is trying to figure out if it was all worth it. Did she make the right decisions? Before it is all over, you have already gone to this breathtaking adventure. You will be introduced to some amazing people. You will know what it really is to love someone. This story takes you away as soon as you step foot on Peabody County. There are so many stories within this one story. It will take you on a spiritual journey. Enjoy!