SEMLA


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SEMLASouth of England Mens Lacrosse Association (UK)
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Helling, D.K., Lemke, J.H., Semla, T.P., et al.: Medication Use Characteristics in the Elderly: The Iowa 65+ Rural Health Study.
Cohen, D., Luchins, D., Eisdorfer, C., Paveza, G.J., Ashford, J.W., Gorelick, P., Hirshman, R., Freels, S., Levy, P., Semla, T., & Shaw, H.
Also, the use of Ritalin with tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs) may increase side effects of these drugs (Emptage & Semla, 1996).
"We [fought] with our instruments," recalls former violinist Semla Muhedinovic, 26.
A voluminous amount of research suggests that interaction with the aged influences the lives of those who care for them, and the activity often is associated with negative physical and emotional outcomes (for example, see Brody 1985; Baumgarten, Battista, Infante-Rivard, Hanley, Becker, and Gauthier 1992; Cohen, Luchins, Eisdorfer, Paveza, Ashford, Gorelick, Hirschman, Freels, Levy, Semla, and Shaw 1990; George and Gwyther 1986; Noelker and Wallace 1985; Zarit, Orr, and Zarit 1985).
It seems odd to cast them as such, given they had won both previous encounters between these two sides and are current holders of the SEMLA Intermediate Flags, but the feeling before the game was that Quins had something to prove against a side who had signalled a recent improvement in form.
The victory was no more than they deserved, and they'll hope to maintain their form as they head to London for a SEMLA Flags clash against Walcountian Blues next week.