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NIH Publications List | Search You can search for any NIH publication by using one or more of the search fields above. If you enter the publication title, or part of it, this tool will search the records and return information for the volume you seek. If you get too many results, you can narrow your search by specifying other criteria such as name of the institute or center, or the year of publication, for example. Note that some titles are marked "Archived," which means they are no longer available. When you locate the desired publication, simply click on it to get details, including an ordering link, where applicable. We hope you find this site valuable.

Open Government Initiative Open Data Policy Guidance to better manage Federal information as an asset to make it more open, accessible, and usable by the public. Executive Order on Making Open and Machine Readable the New Default for Government Information The President’s Executive Order on making Federal Government information more open and accessible to promote economic growth and government efficiency. National Action Plan for the United States of America These Open Government efforts are now entering a new phase, as we collaborate with other countries in the global Open Government Partnership. Informing Consumers through Smart Disclosure Memorandum: The purpose of this Memorandum is to set out guidance for agencies to inform and facilitate the use of disclosure, specifically "smart disclosure." Commitment to Open Government Status Report The President’s Memorandum on Transparency and Open Government Open Innovation Memo The Open Government Directive PRA Primer Social Media and the PRA Data.Gov Concept of Operations

UK Letters of Rejection U.S. Congress (Legislation) NIA Health, Aging, Alzheimer's Pubs Although Alzheimer's disease currently has no cure, recent research results point toward a day when it might be possible to delay, slow down, or even prevent this devastating brain disorder. This 24-page booklet describes the latest NIA-funded research about prevention of Alzheimer's disease and age-related cognitive decline, from physical exercise and diet to social engagement and cognitive training. Also included are tips for staying healthy as you grow older. PDF (1.15 MB) Keywords: Alzheimer's Disease, Prevention, Risk, Exercise, Diet, Chronic Condition, Cognitive Decline, Research

Travelers' Health - CDC Salte directo a la búsqueda Salte directo al listado de A-Z Salte directo a la navegación Salte directo al contenido Salte directo a las opciones de la página CDC Home CDC 24/7: Saving Lives. Protecting People <div class="noscript"> Note: Javascript is disabled or is not supported by your browser. Travelers' Health: Travel Safe, Travel Smart Facebook Reccomend Twitter Tweet Share Compartir Vaccines. For Travelers What kind of traveler are you? For Clinicians Special population(s)(optional) Travel Health Notices Visit the travel health notices page to see the full list of travel notices including: Alert Level 2, Practice Enhanced Precautions Updated Polio in Cameroon April 10, 2014 Updated Ebola in Guinea April 10, 2014 Updated Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines April 10, 2014 Updated Polio in Syria April 10, 2014 Updated Polio in Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia April 10, 2014 New! Watch Level 1, Practice Usual Precautions More There are no Warning notices currently in effect. Updates More Contact Us:

To Work Abroad Successfully, Put Down Roots The Benefits of Becoming a Local By Tim Leffel When most people start thinking about working abroad, they generally fall into one of two camps. Those in the first camp plan on securing a solid job before they go. These people intend to spend anywhere from a summer to several years in a foreign place, with a relatively set idea of how they will spend their workdays. The other camp is made up of floaters, those trying to pick up travel funds that will allow the journey to continue. Unfortunately, both options come with plenty of hurdles. The hurdle for the floaters is the question, “Why you?” Why It Pays to Be a Local When my wife and I worked as English teachers in South Korea, we initially arrived thinking we had jobs, but they fell through when it turned out that the recruiter had botched our arrival date. Adam Berg left New York City and arrived in the southern Kyushu province of Japan to stay a while with his fiancé, who was teaching English. Finding Opportunities, in Time

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