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Unnecessary Fuss: Unnecessary Fuss is a film produced by Ingrid Newkirk and Alex Pacheco of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals , showing footage shot inside the University of Pennsylvania's Head Injury Clinic in Philadelphia. The footage was shot in 1983–1984 by the researchers themselves as they inflicted brain damage on baboons with a hydraulic device.
Unnecessary Mountain: Unnecessary Mountain, also called Mount Unnecessary, is a peak in the North Shore Mountains near Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and a popular hiking destination. It is accessible via the Howe Sound Crest Trail and a direct route from Lions Bay.
Unnecessary health care: Unnecessary health care is health care provided with a higher volume or cost than is appropriate. In the United States, where health care costs are the highest as a percentage of GDP, overuse was the predominant factor in its expense, accounting for about a third of its health care spending ($750 billion out of $2.6 trillion) in 2012.Factors that drive overuse include paying health professionals more to do more (fee-for-service), defensive medicine to protect against litigiousness, and insulation from price sensitivity in instances where the consumer is not the payer—the patient receives goods and services but insurance pays for them (whether public insurance, private, or both).
Unnecessary Roughness '95: Unnecessary Roughness '95 is a 1994 American football video game for MS-DOS and the Sega Genesis. Other entries in the series are Unnecessary Roughness and Unnecessary Roughness '96 (1996).
An Unnecessary Woman: An Unnecessary Woman is a 2014 novel by Lebanese American writer Rabih Alameddine that was nominated for the National Book Award for Fiction. The novel follows the experiences of an isolated 72-year-old woman, Aaliya Saleh, who is a shut-in in Beirut, exploring how she deals with her changing life.