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Random information on the term “WHO”:

Global health is the health of populations in the global context; it has been defined as “the area of study, research and practice that places a priority on improving health and achieving equity in health for all people worldwide”. Problems that transcend national borders or have a global political and economic impact are often emphasized. Thus, global health is about worldwide health improvement (including mental health), reduction of disparities, and protection against global threats that disregard national borders. Global health is not to be confused with international health, which is defined as the branch of public health focusing on developing nations and foreign aid efforts by industrialized countries. Global health can be measured as a function of various global diseases and their prevalence in the world and threat to decrease life in the present day.

The predominant agency associated with global health (and international health) is the World Health Organization (WHO). Other important agencies impacting global health include UNICEF, World Food Programme, and the World Bank. The United Nations has also played a part with declaration of the Millennium Development Goals and the more recent Sustainable Development Goals.

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Random information on the term “HOW”:

The word “How” or “Howgh” is a word used as a greeting, or particle in the sense of I have spoken, in some Native American languages, and in their popular representations. It is a part of popular depictions of Native Americans in various novels, e.g. those of James Fenimore Cooper or Karl May.

The Oxford English Dictionary OED uses [haːʊ̯] (“how”) for the spelling, and claims Jean de Brébeuf had described the use of the term as an interjection of approval with the Wyandot (Hurons). De Brébeuf described individual speakers using Condayauendi Ierhayde cha nonhwicwahachen to signify the end of their speaking, which was answered by the community with a long “Hooow”.

Longman Webster describes Howgh as greeting of the Sioux; giving “Háu kola” (Hallo friend) as a Lakota Sioux greeting. However, it would be the only Lakota term using a diphthong and is probably of external origin. Dakota and Omaha Sioux use slightly different versions. Francis Parkman, in his book The Oregontrail gives a first-person account of three weeks spent hunting buffalo, with a band of Oglala Sioux, in 1846. He mentions their use of “How”. Today, neither in the Hurons, nor the Lakota, use the term, as by 1900 “Good Morning” was the preferred greeting.

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Random information on the term “WHAT”:

What? (Che?, also variously titled Quoi?, Was?, and Diary of Forbidden Dreams) is a 1972 comedy film written and directed by Roman Polanski, starring Marcello Mastroianni, Sydne Rome and Hugh Griffith.

Set in an unnamed coastal city in Italy, the film tells a story of an American girl, Nancy (Sydne Rome) who, after a sexual assault attempt, takes shelter in a villa filled with strange guests. There, she gets into a relationship with a retired pimp, Alex (Marcello Mastroianni).

The film was shot on location in Amalfi, Italy, in a villa owned by the producer, Carlo Ponti. Some of the action was improvised.

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Random information on the term “WHY”:

Causality (also referred to as causation, or cause and effect) is the agency or efficacy that connects one process (the cause) with another process or state (the effect), where the first is understood to be partly responsible for the second, and the second is dependent on the first. In general, a process has many causes, which are said to be causal factors for it, and all lie in its past. An effect can in turn be a cause of many other effects. Although retrocausality is sometimes referred to in thought experiments and hypothetical analyses, causality is generally accepted to be temporally bound so that causes always precede their dependent effects (although in some contexts such as economics they may coincide in time; see Instrumental variable for how this is dealt with econometrically).

Causality is an abstraction that indicates how the world progresses, so basic a concept that it is more apt as an explanation of other concepts of progression than as something to be explained by others more basic. The concept is like those of agency and efficacy. For this reason, a leap of intuition may be needed to grasp it. Accordingly, causality is built into the conceptual structure of ordinary language.

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Random information on the term “WHEN”:

WHEN (620 AM) is a radio station broadcasting an urban adult contemporary format, licensed to Syracuse, New York, United States. The station is owned by iHeartMedia. The station is simulcasting on the HD sub channel for WSYR-FM 106.9 FM HD-2.

WHEN first signed on in 1941 with a 1,000-watt signal, started by local realtor Frank Revoir under the call sign WAGE. It operated as the NBC “Blue” network affiliate for the region, and after that network was broken off from NBC in 1943, the ABC affiliate. Daytime power was increased to its present 5,000 watts daytime in 1949. It was acquired by Meredith Corporation, founder of WHEN-TV, the city’s first television station, in 1954 and began sharing the television station’s call letters and its ties to CBS.

In the 1970s, the station became famous for playing a jingle during their testing of the Emergency Broadcast System, a practice that was outlawed by the Federal Communications Commission by the end of the decade. This jingle version was spoofed by the band Negativland in their song “It’s All In Your Head FM.” The producer of the song was Jerry Moss.

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