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Senators who consider issues related to farming are most likely to be members of a subcommittee of which standing committee?

Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry


Why is bread important?

it is good nutrition


The role of parents in lifespan - development?

The need for parental care and education - among both animals and people - is usually determined by the complexity of the environmental challenges facing the young. These challenges may vary from learning to forage and/or hunt a wide variety of food species through to competing with other highly intelligent creatures of one's own kind in a large social group. As a rule, the more information or cultural mores that a creature must learn, the more extended the childhood period of dependence. Correspondingly, greater parental investment in such species or cultures tends to result in more prosperous and successful outcomes for their young. Interestingly this even holds true among humans, in that poorly educated children not only face a lifetime of lower earnings, but also a shorter life expectancy due to more crowded and less hygienic conditions, poorer nutrition, violence, drug and alcohol abuse, and lesser access to medical care.


Why has life expectancy increased in developed countries?

A variety of reasons could explain this. As medical technology advances, people live longer. Drugs and medications are created to help fight illness which further increases health. More knowledge is known on how to live longer and healthier as well. A lot just has to do with advances in technology.AnswerThe #1 reason that people live longer in developer countries is something very simple: reliable, clean drinking water. The #2 reason is also very simple: very high levels of public hygiene, particularly good sewage systems and universal access to clothes and personal washing (i.e. clothes washers and showers). These two factors account for the vast majority of increased life expectancy vs the developing world. Well afterward is good nutrition in the pre-natal, infant, and childhood periods. Next would be almost universal vaccination to all common diseases. Next would be the significant increase in quality and timely access to trauma care (i.e. the ability to save people from common accidents). A very last on that list is the myriad of new drug treatments for various chronic conditions. Here's the breakdown: a person in the developed countries lives about twice as long as one in the developing world (80+ years vs 40+). So, on average, a developed world person has a bit more than 30 additional years due to the above factors.About 20 of those years are due to pure drinking water and good sewage. About 8 more are due to either better nutrition or universal vaccination. Another 2-3 or so come from better accident/emergency treatment (which includes common emergency illnesses, like appendicitis). Finally, maybe 1-2 comes from new drugs.For the most part, new drugs DON'T increase life expectancy. However, they do significantly improve quality-of-life. This is due to most new drugs not curing things, but rather treating things. That is, most modern medicine is palliative, not curative.Much of the reason behind this is economics: we're already discovered cures for those diseases which were cheapest to cure, and the research for cures for the remaining diseases is massively expensive and difficult. In addition, a treatment for a disease gives recurring revenue to the treatment creator (i.e. you get $$ per does of the treatment, for a potentially very large number of treatments), while curing a disease results in a single (or few) number of payments for the cure. Thus, the revenue stream for treatment is significantly better than cures. So, profit-driven companies look for treatments instead of cures, as it's a far better economic bet for the company.


Can the president spend money without Congress' approval?

The President cannot spend money without the approval of Congress and cannot directly authorize the spending of money. The president makes an annual budget request to congress describing how the various departments of the executive branch will use the budget. There is also discretionary spending which has to be asked for annually which and the president irons out with congressional Appropriations Committees. Extra defense spending, for example, has to be asked for individually. The various departments that fall under POTUS recommendations include Education, Housing, Treasury, State (Foreign), Interior, etc. Congress brings in Dept Secretaries and questions them and it goes in/out of committee before it goes to the floor of the two houses. It passes by simple majority (after pork, or, paper-clipped add-ons mysteriously appear, usually to benfit one congressman's region). Because it is a resolution, not a bill, it does not go back to POTUS to be signed/vetoed. It just goes into effect from congress. From the dot gov: " the President's budget must request a specific funding level for appropriated programs and may also request changes in tax and entitlement law." The entitlement programs are: Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, Nutrition Assistance, Retirement Benefits, Veterans' Disability, and Unemployment Insurance This is an oversimplification that doesn't take into account, for example, Reconciliation. The entire process, enveloping all three branches of government is difficult even for congressman to learn fully. The president has a team of advisers just for budgetary spending. Congress has the Congressional Budget Office, committee experts, advisers, and aides. It's all part of the "Balance of Power" and the current budget procedures date to the Nixon era (except for the Byrd rule, which is also more complicated).

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Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry Senate Committee on Appropriations Senate Committee on Armed Services


What committees do Debbie Stabenow serve on?

Stabenow is a member of the Budget Committee Agriculture, Finance Committee, Nutrition and Forestry Committee. In the past she has been on the Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee and the Special Committee on Aging.


Senators who consider issues related to farmers are most likely to be members of a subcommittee of which standing committee?

Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry Committee.


Senators who consider issues related to farming are most likely to be members of a subcommittee of which standing committee?

Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry


Father of nutrition?

Antoine Lavoisier was known as the 'Father of Nutrition.' Antoine Lavoisier was a French chemist, and was responsible for recognizing as well as naming oxygen.


Why should people now about animal nutrition?

If you have animals for whose care you are responsible, you should know what their nutritional needs are.


Which two committees are most important in the senate?

I think in the a. House i. House Committee on Ways and Means ii. House Committee on Agriculture iii. House Committee on Appropriations iv. House Committee on the Budget v. House Committee on Education and the Workforce b. Senate i. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry ii. Senate Committee on Appropriations iii. Senate Committee on the Budget iv. Senate Committee on Finance v. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions this is what I got off of google.com!


The Children's Defense Fund the Community Nutrition Institute and the Food Research and Action Committee The Children's Defense Fund the Community Nutrition Institute and the Food Research and Action?

I am sorry but we can't answer because we don't understand what you want. You have given a list of organizations, but didn't ask a question.


Who publishes the nutrition related health objectives?

The Department of Health and Human Services is responsible for creating and publishing the nutrtion objectives for the nation.


Which essential nutrient is responsible for carrying nutrition to the cells while also removing the waste?

The essential nutrient responsible for carrying nutrition to cells and removing waste is water. Water helps transport nutrients throughout the body via the bloodstream and lymphatic system, and it aids in the removal of waste products through processes like urination, sweating, and bowel movements. Maintaining proper hydration is crucial for overall health and proper cellular function.


What parts of the plant are responsible for nutrition?

Chloroplasts within the leaf cells. They perform photosynthesis and use Carbon, Water, And sunlight to produce energy for the plant.


What are the three kinds of soul according to Aristotle?

Aristotle believed in three kinds of soul: the vegetative soul (responsible for nutrition and growth), the sensitive soul (responsible for perception and movement), and the rational soul (unique to humans, responsible for reasoning and intellect).