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Compared with those who were least genetically predisposed, the most genetically predisposed 35-year-old men had 1.20 kg/m[sup.2] higher BMI in the 1960s versus 2.09 kg/m[sup.2] in the 2000s.
Supply of cng chassis 12 and 16 t predisposed for washing machines and 16 t predisposed for aspirators.
A statistically significant (P < 0.05) early age of onset was in genetically predisposed group when compared to the non-genetically predisposed group.
"People with predisposed health conditions absolutely are going to potentially have problems with lower doses than the young, healthy person without any prior medical conditions.
The opinion of experts called on behalf of Holdsworth was that Kyle's condition, including an injury to the orbit of the right eye in an accident a year before his death, predisposed him to epilepsy.
ANAs are a class of autoantibody often found in the blood of people whose immune systems may be predisposed to cause inflammation against their own body tissues.
And the risks were greatest among those who were predisposed to psychosis or had a family history of mental illness, according to research published on the British Medical Journal's website.
It may be predisposed by the presence of tympanoselerotic plaques, although this did not occur in our patient.
Children with psychiatric problems who also have a high risk of developing bipolar disorder respond well to a mood-stabilizing drug, maintains a study that is the first to examine the drug's effect on youngsters predisposed to manic depression.
"The people who are predisposed to use drugs and have the opportunity to use drugs are more likely than others to use both marijuana and other drugs," said Andrew Morral, the lead author of the study, which appeared in the December issue of the journal Addiction.
Physicians can intervene with customized advice so that the patient can prevent, modify, or avoid the predisposed condition by better understanding both his or her genetic and environmental risk for disease.
Stress can blow all kinds of gaskets physically, resulting in heart disease, atherosclerosis, an increased risk of stroke, and ulcers in the predisposed person.