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flag and the city's flag in February of 2002, Yousefian said they appropriated a lot of money - nearly $114,000 - to install more flag poles at city facilities for the city flag in the event of a situation in which it would be lowered while the U.
Changing alloys in a pressure pour requires that the percentage of some alloying elements be lowered while others are raised.
One, sitostanol, is the key ingredient in a Finnish margarine called Benecol, which lowered LDL cholesterol by 14 percent in 102 people.
Regular-release niacin lowered the risk of a second heart attack in the one large study that used it on men who had already had one.
Class A-4 Notes lowered to 'AA' from 'AAA' and removed from
Fitch Ratings has lowered the senior unsecured ratings of FirstEnergy Corp.
A recent trial, known as the Scandinavian Simvastatin Survival Study, showed that drugs lowered the risk of heart attacks by 40 percent in diabetics.
The rating for NOR's outstanding trust preferred securities is lowered to 'D'.
In other studies, heart disease patients lowered their risk by taking the equivalent of a baby aspirin (80 mg) every day.
Fitch Ratings has lowered Great-West Lifeco's (TSE:GWO) holding company debt ratings (senior debt lowered to 'A+' from 'AA-') and affirmed all operating company ratings (insurer financial strength rated 'AA+').
The answer is still unclear, but here's what we know so far: * In Quaker Oats' studies of healthy people with average cholesterol levels, about 35 grams of hot oat bran cereal or oatmeal (slightly more than a 2/3-cup cooked serving) lowered cholesterol levels an average of three percent when eaten every day for four to six weeks.