These comments were taken from their invited commentary accompanying Dr. Solomon's
sub-study of FINRISK included data on 17,257 citizens who were included in the 1997 and 2002 cohorts, and who were at least 60 years old in 1995, when statins became available in Finland.
Kolata's article and Dr. Solomon's
book in the dustbin of discarded anti-exercise writings.
Five products rang up perfect scores for on-demand detection of in-the wild file and boot sector viruses: Dr. Solomon's Antivirus Toolkit (AVTK), IBM AntiVirus, Kami AVP, McAfee Scan, and Sophos SWEEP.
Only two products posted perfect scores in on-access detection of in-the-wild viruses: Dr. Solomon's AVTK and Sophos SWEEP.
It was a struggle...." Dr. Solomon's
209-page thesis was entitled "The Negro in Detroit Elections."
One of the most popular of these is Dr. Solomon's
Anti-Virus Toolkit, distributed by Ontrack Computer Systems, Eden Prairie, MN.
In Dr. Solomon's office, Lia typically sits on one side of the backless couch, looking rather uncomfortable, although in one session, after a while, she does lie down.
There is a man in Dr. Solomon's waiting room seated next to Lia.
Sweep 2.83 (Sophos) and Dr. Solomon's Antivirus Toolkit 7.57 (S&S International) came in first and second in overall detection.
* Dr. Solomon's Antivirus Toolkit 7.57 also had top-notch overall detection - 98.6 percent for in-the-wild viruses (including 100 percent for file viruses), 100 percent for standard viruses, and 90.5 percent for polymorphics - 96.9 percent overall.