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cald, 29 pages
You will read the effective, proven, practical keys for managing cholesterol with the latest, best information and advice from specialists at Johns Hopkins Medicine.
cald, 2 pages
Keeping your cholesterol and other blood lipids (fats) under control can help you prevent diabetes problems. Diabetic dyslipidemia, a condition in which your blood lipids are off target, can lead to ...
shinta, 27 pages
This booklet provides information about blood transfusion for patients with
leukemia, lymphoma or myeloma (blood cancers) and their families. We
welcome your comments on the booklet.
shinta, 37 pages
Epidemiologic evidence demonstrates a continuous and curvilinear relationship between
hyperglycemia and the microvascular and neuropathic complications of diabetes, with risk rising ...
shinta, 6 pages
Blood is one of the most important tissues in our body. It consists of red blood cells (carrying gases and giving it the
red color), white blood cells (leukocytes that fight disease) and ...
shinta, 51 pages
Hematopathology is not only the study of disease of the blood and bone marrow, but
also of the organs and tissues which employ blood cells as principal effectors of their
shinta, 4 pages
Lycopene is a member of the carotenoid family as an acyclic isomer of beta-carotene
but has no vitamin A activity. This pigment is responsible for the red color of tomato and its
medhurst, 12 pages
In 40 propositions Phillip Medhurst puts the case for a Gnostic account of the origins and meaning of our current situation. Also included is a Gnostic critique of the phenomenon of Jesus.
kostas, 1 pages
kostas, 2 pages
Blood Donation of the Ngo Life Line Hellas