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832-317863 - DEU, Germany, Essen : German police officer in a training situation where they learn to act in a madman situation. They should fight the gunman first before they look after victims. This is a result after a madman shooting in an Erfurt school in 2002 with
832-317865 - DEU, Germany, Essen : German police officer in a training situation where they learn to act in a madman situation. They should fight the gunman first before they look after victims. This is a result after a madman shooting in an Erfurt school in 2002 with
832-317864 - DEU, Germany, Essen : German police officer in a training situation where they learn to act in a madman situation. They should fight the gunman first before they look after victims. This is a result after a madman shooting in an Erfurt school in 2002 with
832-318167 - DEU, Germany, Essen: Traffic speed control in a speeding zone of 30 km/h near a school, with a laser measure gun. Daily police life. Officer from a city police station.
857-37199 - Joshua Nkrumah Asante, a wealthy child from Accra Ghana attends a private school at the University of Ghana where he and his sister are driven to and from school by the families driver. Joshua does not suffer from helminth infections but does suffer from hayfever. Joshua is one of the many children in Gahna participating in a study by Dr. Daniel Boakye at the University of Ghana attempting to better understand the connection between high rates of helminth infections and protection from allergies and asthma.
857-37200 - Joshua Nkrumah Asante, a wealthy child from Accra Ghana attends a private school at the University of Ghana where he and his sister are driven to and from school by the families driver. Joshua does not suffer from helminth infections but does suffer from hayfever. Joshua is one of the many children in Gahna participating in a study by Dr. Daniel Boakye at the University of Ghana attempting to better understand the connection between high rates of helminth infections and protection from allergies and asthma.
857-37210 - Research assistants and technicians from the University of Ghana perform basic skin prick tests on school children in Accra, Ghana to test for sensitivities to dog, cat, dust mites, grass pollen, peanuts, and cockroach allergens. The results have shown that children in wealthier homes have higher rates of allergies and asthma than poorer children. The leading theory is that higher rates of helminth (parasite) infections among poorer children are affecting the immune system in a way that offers protection from allergies and asthma. The study aims to find out what the worms are doing, isolate the beneficial effect and replicate it.
857-37198 - Joshua Nkrumah Asante, a wealthy child from Accra Ghana attends a private school at the University of Ghana where he and his sister are driven to and from school by the families driver. Joshua does not suffer from helminth infections but does suffer from hayfever. Joshua is one of the many children in Gahna participating in a study by Dr. Daniel Boakye at the University of Ghana attempting to better understand the connection between high rates of helminth infections and protection from allergies and asthma.