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location near or direction toward the left side

those who support varying degrees of social or political or economic change designed to promote the public welfare

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the hand that is on the left side of the body

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the piece of ground in the outfield on the catcher's left

a turn toward the side of the body that is on the north when the person is facing east

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being or located on or directed toward the side of the body to the west when facing north

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intended for the left hand

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of or belonging to the political or intellectual left

toward or on the left

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Emotional implications of congenital heart disease in children.
We can pretty clearly tell the parents of children with congenital heart disease what's going to happen after the heart surgery, but there's always a big question: Will my kid learn well in school?
Unwanted items will raise vital life-saving funds, helping little heroes continue to fight congenital heart disease.
Due to lack of awareness, cases of congenital heart disease are on the rise in the country.
An increased risk of congenital heart disease was seen with assisted reproductive techniques using data from the Paris Registry of Congenital Malforma-tions (3).
I was born with congenital heart disease and would dearly love to have a baby but I'm worried about how the pregnancy might affect my heart.
CHICAGO--The conventional teaching that pregnant women with congenital heart disease should undergo a passive second stage of labor assisted by forceps or vacuum delivery has been called into question.
An Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) local centre will work with other hospitals and the primary care trust to provide long term follow up care and provide the liaison with the cardiac network, local hospitals and primary care services.
CHICAGO -- Roughly 2 million American children and adults are living with a congenital heart disease.
Pathologist Dr Peter Cooper, who carried out the post-mortem said the cause of death was multiple organ failure due to congenital heart disease.
Heart stem cells from children with congenital heart disease were able to rebuild the damaged heart in the laboratory which could potentially pave the way for developing a therapy option that sidesteps the need for a heart transplant, according to a new study.
Echocardiography in pediatric and adult congenital heart disease.
With the significant number of children born with Congenital Heart Disease and the importance of this issue, the colossal job accomplished by the Brave Heart Fund is worth supporting", said Minister of Public Health, H.
Congenital heart disease affects the lives of 40,000 newborns a year in the United States, and up to 2 million adults are living with congenital heart disease.
The researchers looked at 362 parent-offspring trios, each of which included a child with congenital heart disease and his or her healthy parents, as well as 264 healthy parent-offspring trios, which served as the control group.
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