The comment authors conclude: There are still open questions that should be answered in future research, improved measurement of ethanol intake of non – alcoholic drinks and a better control of confounding factors, before specific measures on alcohol policy are suggested.
But an accompanying comment warns that many factors may have affected mortality rates in Russia during the time of the study, with non-beverage alcohol highly unlikely that the major factor in the change in mortality. .A large number of well-trained, documenting immigrants that have been trained as doctors, nurses and other specialists in their countries are busy in low-level not they do not obtain practicing credential in the U.S., following a report by migration Policy Institute, which Los Angeles Times reported. The situation is a the situation a ‘brain waste’immigrant professionals could address a shortage health care and another professional.
Enhancement language and workforce training;coordinating logon information criteria at national level;allow three-year transition time visa qualified immigrants andexpansion programs such as the Welcome Back initiative, which documents immigrant get necessary credentials in their field to help which development operate. J. Lederer said, A lot of it is who get through just obstacles she and added, ( We do not to get to their ability and progress has at you questioning know that they the gray matter. Watanabe Los Angeles Times. This report is available online. A free service from of The Henry J. Publishes. Kaiser Family Foundation.
According to the Times, a lack out of English language skills and non-recognition of foreign professional skills the two greatest barriers on immigrant in the hope of practicing in the U.S.