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1c] target for everyone, rates of severe hypoglycemia were 37 cases per 100 patient-years in patients managed intensively in the preceding Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (DCCT)--a significant decrease from the 61 cases per 100 patient-years observed when the DCCT concluded.
The war jets flew intensively on the sky of Taiz province.
The Northern Ireland Housing Executive invites tenders for the provision of a dispersed, intensively managed emergency accommodation service for homeless people as described in the tender documentation.
The minister said both sides have been working rather intensively and are rather satisfied by the effort.
He added that "coalition aircraft bombed sites for the (IS) accurately and intensively, where aircraft bombed 70 sites for elements of the (IS) and this bombing destroyed many of the sites , adding the (IS) began elements evacuate their headquarters for fear of intensive bombing, stressing that the bombing led to the killing and wounding nearly 100 terrorists.
Coca of Yale and colleagues found that compared with those who had usual treatment, intensively controlling glucose with higher doses of medication did not definitively reduce the risk of impaired kidney function, the need for dialysis, or death from kidney disease.
By going vegetarian, fewer animals are bred to be eaten, fewer animals are intensively farmed and the risk to human health decreases.
Supported by the National Institutes of Health, the study evaluated the effects of intensively targeting blood sugar control among adults with established diabetes, high blood sugar levels, and pre-existing heart disease or at least two cardiovascular disease risk factors in addition to diabetes.
Marks & Spencer will be switching all chicken in its ready meals to higher-welfare Oakham poultry in a move that will eliminate all intensively reared chicken from the retailer's shelves.
The A3 re-sit programme offered in the Sixth Form Centre at Sutton Coldfield College is a unique course which gives students who have completed their A-levels the opportunity to study intensively for one year to improve their grades.
Slatkin will begin his involvement at the Jacobs School during the 2007-2008 year through residencies of several weeks in which he will conduct student orchestras and work intensively with instrumental conducting and composition students.
Marubeni will continue to invest and grow the MRC business quite intensively in a short time to double the size of its asset in order to meet the strong American railway transportation demand.
Communicate strategy intensively both internally and externally, to make clear to the market the value of an organization with a high degree of employee engagement.
Increased acreage dedicated solely to intensively managed continuous corn rotation means an increase in soil erosion and local nutrient loads contributing to eutrophication of rivers, streams and lakes, reduced fish habitat, impaired drinking water and hypoxic (oxygen-depleted) zones in coastal waters.
They are but one of many groups and animal charities who seek to make the public aware of the appalling suffering of animals farmed intensively for the meat trade.