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excess

1. Chem a quantity of a reagent that is greater than the quantity required to complete a reaction
2. Commerce payable as a result of previous underpayment
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OSA is a prevalent disease (as high as 14% in men and 5% in women) with excessive sleepiness being a major presenting complaint in many cases.
Despite the fact that doctors used to advice diabetes and the patients suffering from cardiac diseases to avoid excessive intake of meat and poultry, such patients eat meat and poultry at marriage ceremonies and later, they have to visit doctor or hospital,' he said.
Dr Sheikh Muhammad Naseem, Medical Officer said that during Eidul Azha excessive use of red meat, salt and chilies' could increase stomach acidity.
In most cases, there is no obvious cause of excessive sweating and it isn't usually a serious risk to health.
These findings mark the first study to reveal an association between nitric oxide and excessive alcohol consumption.
Three factors were associated with having a cesarean delivery: maternal age, BMI, and excessive gestational weight gain, Dr.
Using a variety of methods to assess the impact of alcohol taxes, researchers found that alcohol taxes do not result in job losses and their effects are felt most significantly by excessive drinkers and employed people.
According to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published June 26 in Preventing Chronic Disease, excessive alcohol use led to approximately 88,000 deaths per year from 2006 to 2010, and shortened the lives of those who died by about 30 years.
According to doctors, excessive hair fall, which is becoming more common among many residents in Doha, is usually caused by stress and regular use of inappropriate hair products and other chemicals.
Elsewhere in Europe, annual expenditure on medication constitutes an average of 15 percent of all healthcare expenditure, but it makes up 30 percent of healthcare expenditure in Turkey, This has sparked fears that excessive consumption of medication may become an epidemic in Turkey, with some calling for it to be treated as soon as possible.
In a press release, the Commission notes that, ''following the expiry of the usual six-month period after the Council's recommendation, the Commission has made an assessment of the action taken by Cyprus, Finland, Bulgaria and Denmark in response to the Council recommendation of 13 July 2010, with a view to bringing an end to their situation of excessive government deficit.
The implication of this finding is that interventions aimed at improving excessive daytime sleepiness may pay dividends in terms of better medication adherence.