U.S. Yields’ Trek Higher Seen Getting Fuel From Real Rates
(Bloomberg) — The next leg higher in long-term Treasury yields may come from what’s known as real rates, one of the bond market’s purest reads on the growth outlook.A burst of strong economic readings — a mammoth job creation figure Friday and now a report from the Institute for Supply Management showing record growth in service industries — is fueling bets that expectations for growth, not inflation, will dominate the narrative in Treasuries.That’s an important distinction because while higher real rates, which strip out inflation, suggest investors see the economic rebound from the pandemic gaining steam, a persistent rise may hurt other assets, including stocks. Relatively risky assets could start to suffer with the market signaling that it sees growth getting so strong that it expects the Federal Reserve to start discussing a tapering of its asset purchases as
Created by: Nikita Kovalyov
Updated: May 2004
[ To be – Positive Sentences & Contractions ] [ To be – negative forms and contractions ]
[ The verb to be – yes / no questions ]
[ The verb to be – Information questions ]
Fill in the gaps with the correct form of the verb to be – am, is, are.
Click on the words in the correct order to make
Despite improvements in dental care, millions of Americans suffer tooth loss — mostly due to tooth decay, periodontal disease, or injury. For many years, the only treatment options available for people with missing teeth were bridges and dentures. But, today, dental implants are available.
What Are Dental Implants?
Dental implants are replacement tooth roots. Implants provide a strong foundation for fixed (permanent) or removable replacement teeth that are made to match your natural teeth.
What Are the Advantages of Dental Implants?
There are many advantages to dental implants, including:
- Improved appearance. Dental implants look and feel like your own teeth. And because they are designed to fuse with bone, they become permanent.
- Improved speech. With poor-fitting dentures, the teeth can slip within the mouth causing you to mumble or slur your words. Dental implants allow you to speak without the worry that teeth might slip.
- Improved comfort. Because they become
Should and Shouldn’t. Positives, Negatives, and Questions. Modal Verbs. Grammar Reference and Practice Exercises
Created by: Nikita Kovalyov
Updated: April 2004
Should & Shouldn’t – When to Use; How to Use
Should & Shouldn’t – Positives; Negatives; and Questions
Should is a modal verb like can or must.
You should take it easy.
She should go to bed early.
We should go somewhere exciting for our holiday.
You shouldn’t get angry.
He shouldn’t work so much.
I shouldn’t do it if I were you.
Should we tell her the truth?
What should I do?
Shouldn’t we try to finish it now?
Exercise. Click on the words in the correct order to make
positives, negatives and questions with should and shouldn’t.
Tip! If you have no idea what word should go next, you can
click on all the words one by one.
Tip! We do not use shouldn’t where there isn’t any obligation at all.
Instead we use don’t
What is the most important information I should know about TEPEZZA?
Infusion reactions can happen during or within 24 hours after your infusion of TEPEZZA. If you have a reaction while receiving TEPEZZA, your doctor or nurse will slow or stop your infusion and treat your reaction. If you have a severe infusion reaction, your doctor may stop your treatment completely.
Tell your doctor or nurse right away if you have any of these symptoms during or after your treatment with TEPEZZA:
- High blood pressure
- Fast heartbeat
- Redness of the face/Feeling hot
- Difficulty breathing
- Muscle pain
If you have inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), such as Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, TEPEZZA may make your IBD symptoms worse. Symptoms of worsening IBD may include: an increased number of loose stools with stomach pain or cramps, and blood in your stools. After each TEPEZZA infusion, tell your doctor right away if
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Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research
This guidance provides information for industry, researchers, physicians, institutional review boards (IRBs), and patients about the implementation of FDA’s regulations on expanded access to investigational drugs for treatment use under an investigational new drug application (IND) (21 CFR part 312, subpart I), which went into effect on October 13, 2009. Since 2009, FDA has received a number of questions concerning implementation of the regulations. As a result, FDA is providing guidance in a question and answer format, addressing the most frequently asked questions. In a separate guidance, FDA provides answers to questions concerning the implementation of the regulation on charging for investigational drugs under an IND (21 CFR 312.8). Also in a separate guidance, FDA describes Form FDA 3926 (Individual Patient Expanded Access—Investigational New Drug Application (IND)) and the process