Some articles on risks, risk:

Treximet - Increased Risks
... Treximet may cause increased risks of clotting, heart attack and stroke ... Treximet may also increase risks of gastrointestinal problems and ulcers ...
MYC4 - Risks
... lending money via MYC4 carries risk ... the first quarterly report released in 2012 showed a portfolio risk that was the lowest in two years ... Potential investors should carefully read the 'Risks' page of the MYC4 website ...
Principlism - Belmont Report and Its Three Core Principles
... Risks and benefits d ... possible benefits--Beneficence, and minimize possible harms--Nonmaleficence Assessment of Risks and Benefits 1 ... The nature and scope of risks and benefits ...
Miomachairodus - Lifestyle - Hunting
... to an inability to hunt and starvation, so the species would have to be careful of such risks ... Risks would still be risks, but if an animal sprained a wrist, it could still fall back on family members as seen in wolves and occasionally lions in the modern day ...
SOX 404 Top–down Risk Assessment - Considerations in Testing and Evidence Decisions
... evaluation procedures on those areas that pose the greatest risks to reliable financial reporting." The SEC has indicated that the sufficiency of evidence required to support the assessment of specific ... (the account- or disclosure-related risks and control-related risks) are called "Internal Control over Financial Reporting Risk" or "ICFR" risk ... ICFR risk should be associated with the in-scope controls identified above and may be part of that analysis ...

Famous quotes containing the word risks:

    The question is whether personal freedom is worth the terrible effort, the never-lifted burden and risks of self-reliance.
    Rose Wilder Lane (1886–1968)

    There are risks which are not acceptable: the destruction of humanity is one of them.
    Friedrich Dürrenmatt (1921–1990)

    The amount of it is, if a man is alive, there is always danger that he may die, though the danger must be allowed to be less in proportion as he is dead-and-alive to begin with. A man sits as many risks as he runs.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)