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A study by UT Southwestern Medical Center cardiologists showed that in the three years after an attack, people considered mildly obese were 30 percent more likely to survive and spent fewer days in the hospital than those of normal weight.
The item that increased the most on the agreement scale moved from Mildly Agree to Strongly Agree was: "Ifeel a sense of responsibility to take action in global issues.
The ZYTIGA sNDA submission is based on the efficacy and safety results of an international Phase 3, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical study that evaluated ZYTIGA plus prednisone compared to placebo plus prednisone in 1,088 asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic men with mCRPC who had not received chemotherapy.
The greatest increase was for the mildly and significantly obese mothers.
8 December 2011 - US medical technology specialist Medtronic Inc (NYSE:MDT) said on Wednesday the US Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Circulatory Systems Devices Advisory Panel had recommended the use of the company's cardiac resynchronisation therapy with implantable cardioverter defibrillator (CRT-D) devices in patients with mildly symptomatic heart failure.
Although the patient's sensory threshold to air stimulus was mildly abnormal at 5.
It may not be necessary to refer women for colposcopy after a single, mildly dyskaryotic cervical smear, according to a poster presentation by A.
Fabric of Faith tends to focus on the devotional side of quilting rather than "how-to" nuts-and-bolts instructions, and is geared more toward mildly experienced to intermediate and expert quiltmakers seeking to express their faith than novice quilters.
Study participants were 164 adults with mildly elevated blood pressure.
Canada's housing affordability mildly deteriorated in the fourth quarter of 2005 due to relatively weak growth in household income, according to the latest Housing Affordability Index released by RBC Economics.
Documenting the storytelling talent and originality of author June Duncan Owen, Worm In The Bud is very highly recommended reading, particular those who favor a mildly thrilling mystery for its intuitive and eccentric style and its unique story.
But this blog represents a substantial archive of (mostly) really interesting and sometimes mildly mad architecture and building.