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capable of being modified in form or character or strength (especially by making less extreme)

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Similarly, each of six additional modifiable cardiovascular risk factors was associated with increases in CRP between 10% and 40%.
as a potentially modifiable factor in promoting breastfeeding continuation.
We found that the expression of this toxic mRNA is dynamic and modifiable.
Of the 56 who completed at least one phase of the study, 11 (20%) had at least two modifiable cardiovascular risk factors, she reported in a poster at the annual meeting of the American College of Preventive Medicine.
Modifiable risk factors for stroke prevention include hypertension, diabetes mellitus, cigarette smoking, atrial fibrillation, left ventricular hypertrophy, transient ischemic attacks, high serum cholesterol, coronary heart disease, congestive heart failure, cocaine use, obesity and heavy alcohol consumption.
Zumfoot(R) products feature newly developed orthopedic technologies including multiple interchangeable and modifiable foot beds made from cork; modeled on an anatomically correct last, they will provide extreme comfort.
Examples of this type of research include 1) modeling the population impact of the introduction of new therapies using estimates of the impact of these therapies in controlled settings and population dissemination patterns; 2) modeling the impact of interventions aimed at changing modifiable risk factors on population trends in incidence and/or mortality; 3) modeling the impact of screening on population incidence and/or mortality patterns using a model of disease natural history, the population dissemination of screening, and the operating characteristics of these screening modalities; and 4) using discrepancies between modeled and observed population trends to study the community effectiveness of interventions.
The significance of these findings is that the risk associated with such factors is potentially modifiable.
In general, management strategies for postmenopausal women involve identifying those at risk for low bone density and fracture, followed by instituting measures that focus on reducing modifiable risk factors through lifestyle changes and, if indicated, drug therapy.
0 not only makes collecting electronic patient reported outcomes more efficient, but also more adaptable to the wide variety of patient populations by offering an easily modifiable interface to work with any patient population from pediatric to geriatric," said Richard Piazza, PharmD, vice president of product strategy at etrials.
Committed to helping its customers reach maximum efficiency levels, the N-Generation offers a control system with modifiable performance settings controlling top travel speed, lifting speed, regenerative braking and auto regenerative braking.
The Template Pack also includes the Smart Compositor Template Design Tool, which allows users to create their own custom templates, particularly useful for producers wishing to create a branded opening sequence easily modifiable for individual projects.
Objectivity/PQE -- The new Objectivity Parallel Query Engine allows developers to control the amount of local and remote parallelism and optimize the range of a search using user modifiable components.
Founded in 1984, AccountMate develops and markets fully modifiable, source code accounting software for mid-sized businesses.