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Each chemical detected in NHANES samples was equivalent to an "item" in FIM lingo, with each combination of chemicals occurring together in the same sample defined as an itemset.
Todays action also follows a May 12, 2016, drug safety communication advising that fluoroquinolones should be reserved for these conditions only when there are no other options available due to potentially permanent, disabling side effects occurring together.
A group of symptoms and/or signs that, occurring together, make up a particular disorder.
Trivisonno, both occurring together at the company's annual general meeting of shareholders in May 2016.
And there is emerging evidence that too much time spent in sedentary behaviors such as sitting can lower one's levels of metabolic energy expenditure and glucose metabolism, thereby contributing to an increase in obesity, cardiovascular diseases and metabolic syndrome, the combination of disorders that, when occurring together, increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
But the MRI technology we used in this study allowed us to determine that the increase in iron is occurring together with the tissue damage.
The three-day congress shed light on aACAyDiabesity', a portmanteau word to describe the epidemic of diabetes and obesity occurring together.
He welcomed the Oxford investigation, saying: "Statistically you can get a run of deaths occurring together.
Both the diseases occurring together is even rarer.
Dermatomyositis, too, is often seen in association with other autoimmune conditions, but there have been only seven cases--two in children--of celiac disease and dermatomyositis occurring together, Dr.
The World Health Organisation estimates that by 2020, depression will be the second largest cause of death and disability in the world, and anxiety, occurring together with depression, is the most common form of mental distress in Britain.
A blotchy rash and fever occurring together are often due to a viral infection, although this is usually more widespread.