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Found 262 articles associated to the institution Waseda University.
 
Intolerable amphetamines: Identifying abusers and informing young people
26-October-2009

Amphetamines are drugs that stimulate the central nervous systems of users and make them feel high, relieve their fatigue, heighten their senses, and give them a feeling of euphoria. These effects subside after a few hours, however, and are replaced by the opposite feelings of severe fatigue, lethargy, and depression.

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Democratic Party: Get Back to the Basics of Economic Policy
26-October-2009

The question is what to do in order to allay these public fears. I believe that the root of the economic policy problems that the LDP experienced was in their deviation from the fundamentals of economic policy, and this is why I urge the Democratic Party to get back to the basics of economic policy.

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Time to get started! The new administration approaching uncharted territory...
26-October-2009

As a result of the general election, the administration has changed and many citizens have high hopes for the new administration that emerges. At the same time, the new administration, the new opposition party, and individual citizens are venturing into unknown territory. What awaits us all there?

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Asian Trade and the Hollowing Out of Japanese Industry
25-September-2009

World trade has been expanding and driving economic growth in many countries over the past several decades. The trade value of the world as a whole increased more than eight-fold from 1980 to 2007, to approximately 14 trillion dollars.

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e-Safety Education for All Children! Avoiding the Four Dangers of the Mobile Phone Society
25-September-2009

As the number of children who have mobile phones has risen to 40% of elementary school students, 70% of middle school students, and 90% of high school students, e-Safety Education is vital in order to protect children from the myriad mobile phone dangers to which they are exposed.

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