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Also, more than 11 percent of Puerto Rican adults reported being unable to work due to health problems, compared to about 3 percent of Central and South American adults, about 4 percent of Cuban adults and about 5 percent of Mexican adults living in the U.
Your October issue had page after page of comments of why young adults just don't feel attracted to Sunday liturgy.
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If we become a dropout-prevention and recovery program, and that's our focus, I'm afraid it'll be at the expense of the adults,'' Carson said.
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Abstract: This study explored differences between 107 adults (ages 26-79) and 134 young adults (ages 18-23) on fear of dental treatment.
In highlighting the differences between older men and women, it is also important to keep in mind that most older adults survive the loss of a spouse and adapt in a healthy manner (Hoyer & Roodin, 2003).
Andragogy emphasizes that adults are self-directed and expect to take responsibility for their decisions; all adult-learning programs must accommodate this.
However, adults surveyed did not realize the degree to which students' attitudes were limiting the use of the mediation program.
Millions of adults returned to higher education in 1999, a result of an economic climate that makes job related knowledge and skills quickly obsolete and underscores the importance of lifelong learning (Greenberg, 2000).
Fetuses that are clinically malnourished during the first trimester of development are three times more likely to be obese as adults.
Jovan and others like him are caught between a jail system that sees them as kids and a political system that wants them treated as adults.