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The study's authors attributed the narrowing gap among women to improvement in deaths rates among blacks for heart disease, homicide and unintentional injuries.
Further studies need to ensure that a biodegradable stent can permanently reverse artery narrowing, says Raimund A.
There is a time-honoured adage within the field of jurisprudence, which states that the study of law sharpens the mind by narrowing it.
In the last decade, the Supreme Court has begun narrowing its expansive interpretation of the Commerce Clause.
Flexible fiberoptic endoscopy showed a narrowing of the nasopharyngeal inlet.
During the waning days of summer, the Institute's committees focused on Canada's pre-budget deliberations, challenged the proposed codification of the economic substance doctrine at the federal and state levels, recommended a narrowing of the filters in the corporate tax shelter disclosure regulations, and offered comments on a variety of several tax initiatives in the Old Dominion state.
Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics commissioned Mathemarica Policy Research, a contract research firm, to find out whether 1) employers are now playing fair and 2) schools are doing their part in narrowing the black-white testscore gap.
NARROWING THE NATION'S POWER The Supreme Court Sides With The States by John T.
Spinal stenosis is a narrowing of spaces in the spine (backbone) that results in pressure on the spinal cord and/or nerve roots.
Does this narrowing of the productivity gap mean that we are a nation in decline?
Credit spreads have reduced considerably over the last three months with the five-year point narrowing significantly from 6265bps to 1731bps, a fall of 73% which is inline with the respective sector.
Middle-age men who feel hopeless or think of themselves as failures may develop atherosclerosis, the narrowing of the arteries that leads to heart attacks and strokes, faster than their more optimistic counterparts, researchers report.