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Data extraction was performed by the two reviewers (Figure 1), of which the outcome of interest was: mothers who presented high scores on the application of BSES and / or BSES-SF; that is, greater self-confidence, thus being able to exclusively breastfeed for a longer time (in the follow-up of 06 months postpartum) than those with lower scores.
The plight of the BSE has been reversed by the advent of "low-vacuum" SEMs.
"BSE is a simple test women can do to maintain breast health, and statistics show women still don't do it on a routine basis," notes Katherine Alley, a physician and director of The Breast Center at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda, Md.
BSES and other companies have invested heavily over the years to build the necessary infrastructure for providing electricity to consumers around the city with minimal losses of power.
Svalbard's governor Odd Olsen Ingero has ruled the death resulted from "a number of unfortunate circumstances", but he stressed the BSES did not act negligently under criminal law.
The eight other uninjured members of the group will also be returning to the UK in the next 24 hours, the BSES said.
4 June 2010 - Indian rating service CARE on Thursday upgraded to BBB+ its ratings assigned to the long-term bank facilities of BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd.
BSES and two other private electricity distribution companies, namely NDPL Yamuna and NDPL Rajdhani, supply about 4,000MW.
In BSES Yamuna Power Limited- BYPL' area of East and Central Delhi, the peak power demand, which had reached 1469 megawatt last year, is expected to touch around 1670 megawatt.
The joint meeting was attended by the Deputy Commissioner ( DC) of North Delhi Municipal Corporation, Addition District Magistrate ( ADM), the Women and Child Development ( WCD) Department, representatives from BSES power company, Public Works Department ( PWD) and Fire department.
The 18-year-old has been chosen to join the British Schools' Exploring Society's (BSES) journey to northern Norway, where he will take part in fieldwork covering wildlife, the environment and climate change.
The youngster, from Salisbury in Wiltshire, was described as a "fine young man" by the BSES.