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Major Finding: Patients with migraine with aura had sixfold greater odds of being in the highest fertile for total cholesterol than did patients without headache after adjustment for confounding variables.
Do we really believe that there has been a sixfold increase in the occurrence of ADHD and similar disorders in recent years, or are these drugs being used to treat behavioural patterns that were dealt with in different ways by parents and teachers in the past?
Earlier in July, the European Union cleared a plan that would reduce HRE's business sixfold compared to its pre-crisis size.
The Hut Group's revenues have increased sixfold since 2008 - a shining example of how companies can prosper even in an increasingly complex and turbulent environment.
Prosecutions have declined sixfold in recent years.
The researchers reported that use of erythromycin with the calcium channel blockers increased the risk of hypotension nearly sixfold, clarithromycin raised the risk nearly fourfold, and azithromycin was not associated with increased hypotension risk.
But these days, many are heading to Arabic-speaking countries-like Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, and Jordan-where the number of American students increased sixfold to 3,400 in 2007 from 560 in 2002.
Among women with diabetes who were 8-39 years old, the incidence of pancreatitis was nearly sixfold, compared with those without diabetes, whereas the rate among women with diabetes aged 50-59 years was actually a bit less than among those without (hazard ratio 0.
Among women with diabetes aged 18-39 years, the incidence of pancreatitis was nearly sixfold, compared with those without diabetes, whereas the rate among women with diabetes aged 50-59 years was actually a bit less than among those without (hazard ratio, 0.
Tocilizumab is used with the standard antiinflammatory drug methotrexate and has been found to improve remission rates sixfold.
There are currently 100 boat slips which could be expanded sixfold.
But Israeli scientists have found a way to transfer the antioxidants to the juice before skinning - giving the wine a sixfold health boost.
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