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Chalder

An obsolete Scottish unit of dry volume. For beans, grass seed, peas, rye, salt, and wheat, one chalder was approximately equivalent to 2,324.9 liters. For barley, malt, and oats, however, it was approximately equivalent to 3,362.5 liters.
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Other players may be exiting the optical media business, but Verbatim views such developments as an opportunity to further strengthen our market position and provide customers with the high quality and high performance products they deserve," comments Chris Chalder, Business Development Manager for Optical Media, Verbatim.
White PD, Goldsmith KA, Johnson AL, Potts L, Walwyn R, DeCesare JC, Baber HL, Burgess M, Clark LV, Cox DL, Davinton J, Angus BJ, Murphy G, Murphy M, O'Dowd H, Wilks D, McCrone P, Chalder T, Sharp M; PACE Trial Management Group.
HIGHER NATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, DARLINGTON COLLEGE Ashley Marc Amos, Omar Aziz, Sam James Birch, Alec Bowman, Jason Chalder, Craig Russel Charles, Matthew Collins, Robert James Edwards, Joseph Garrens, Anthony Heron, Daniel Hood, Ben Horner, Christopher Edward Hough, Paul Mawby, Kate McGuire, Adam McManus, Jonathan Molloy, Neil Pennock, Ian Severs, Keith Shepherd, Matthew Taylor, Simon Paul Taylor, Matthew Worsley.
The primary study end point was change in the 14-item Chalder Fatigue Scale from baseline through 5 weeks of qigong.
However, it is important to note that increased physical activity is beneficial for people with other medical conditions such as obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease and, of course, these conditions can affect people with depression," Melanie Chalder, from University of Bristol's School of Social and Community Medicine, said.
Melanie Chalder, from the University of Bristol, said: "Numerous studies have reported the positive effects of physical activity for people suffering with depression but our intervention was not an effective strategy for reducing symptoms.
A review of the literature regarding psychological correlates of adjustment in patients with MS summarized the findings across studies that high perceived stress was associated with worse adjustment (Dennison, Moss-Morris, & Chalder, 2009).
McTernan CL, Draper N, Nicholson H, Chalder SM, Driver P, Hewison M, et al.
Although the effects of CBT and GET on chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) are still rather moderate, "the bottom line is that patients given CBT and GET showed more improvement than the other two groups," said Trudie Chalder, Ph.
It is very encouraging that we have found not one but two treatments that are similarly helpful to patients," said Trudie Chalder from King's College London, who worked on the study and published its findings in the Lancet medical journal on Friday.
Table 1: Fatigue scales developed between the years 1989 and 2006 * FSS (Fatigue Severity Scale, Krupp et al, 1989) * FAI (Fatigue Assessment Instrument, Schwartz et al, 1993) * FRS (Fatigue Rating Scale, Chalder et al, 1993) * FIS (Fatigue Impact Scale, Fisk et al, 1994) * MFI (Multidimensional Fatigue Inventory, Smets et al, 1995) * MS-FSS (MS-Specific Fatigue-Severity Scale, Krupp et al, 1995) * MAF (Multidimensional Assessment of Fatigue, Schwartz et al, 1996) * CIS (Checklist of Individual Strength, Vercoulen et al, 1996) * FAMS (Functional Assessment of Multiple Sclerosis, Cella et al, 1996) * MFIS (Modified Fatigue Impact Scale, MS Council, 1998) * FDS (Fatigue Descriptive Scale, Iriarte et al, 1999) * WEIMuS (Wurzburger Erschopfungsinventar bei MS, Flachenecker et al, 2006)