JANZ

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JANZJapan Australia New Zealand Society, Inc.
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"People who exercise have a lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and many types of cancer," notes Janz. "And people who are more active live longer."
This unwelcoming and hostile environment can also affect feelings of alienation in women (Janz & Pyke, 2000).
"We are thrilled to provide a place for the voices of our neighborhood artists to be seen and heard," says Jason Janz, chief executive officer of CrossPurpose.
Jonathan Janz's The Dark Game is an unsettling, fascinating horror drama about morality and fame.
Medical electronics company Visiomed Group said on Monday that its American subsidiary BewellConnect has entered into a partnership with Janz Corporation to expand into the US market.
Trauma therapist Janz Kizilhan tells DW what Germany needs to do.
Many examine Taylor's key explanatory distinction between transcendence and immanence, most thoroughly in Paul Janz's searching analysis from a philosophically sophisticated neo-orthodox perspective.
Udo Janz, the directory of UNHCR's New York office said the worldwide rise in the number of displaced persons was "unprecedented."
In 1957 Janz and Christian were the first to observe that patients with juvenile myoclonic epilepsy (JME), a type of primary generalized epilepsy, were more likely to fall asleep later and get up later than their peers and suffer from prolonged morning drowsiness and are most active in the afternoon and evening time [8].
In 2007 she came back to South Wales and devoted her time to painting, becoming a member of the Silures Art Society in Porthcawl and opening her own gallery Janz Art in Well Street in the seaside town in April this year.