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Justification for the Use of Statins in Primary Prevention: An Intervention Trial Evaluating Rosuvastatin. A prospective placebo-controlled study that randomized 18,000 people with high C-reactive protein (CRP) and low LDL, to evaluate the effect of a statin—Crestor—on cardiovascular morbidity and mortality
Conclusion The trial was halted in 2008, when early data showed that the statin arm patients had a decrease in overall mortality (20%), heart attacks, stroke (50%), and venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolism (40%).
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Three, Jumni said, was associated with the biggest planet Jupiter -- "the planet of wealth".
For night-sky watchers, there's no ignoring the planet Jupiter lately.
Held in every twelve years and rotating among Allahabad, Nasik, Haridwar, and Ujjain, the Mela takes place when the planet Jupiter enters Aquarius and Sun enters Aries, according to the Hindu Lunar calendar.
The planet Jupiter was seen in very close proximity (0.
Peek BM: The Planet Jupiter, the Observer's Handbook.
With travel planet Jupiter now set to move forward in your sector of new experiences, you may find yourself itching to get away.
Summary: A member of the public mistook the planet Jupiter for distress flares sparking a search by Tynemouth RNLI lifeboat and an RAF helicopter.
Society members will be using several telescopes for members of the public to look through and have views of the planet Jupiter and many night sky objects.
Known Universe: Speeding through the Universe' provides a unique insight into the workings of a planet's 'gravity assist' phenomenon that could propel a passing spacecraft to greater speeds; the planet Jupiter helped accelerate the New Horizons probe an additional 9,000 miles an hour, trimming off three years on its trip to Pluto, and the deployment of the latest technologies such as Solar Sails, which turns sunshine into speed, made a trip to Pluto last just 2 years -- instead of 10 -- with the New Horizon probe.
This is the story of how Max the Dog helped humanity leap beyond the realm of the inner solar system on a visit to explore the giant planet Jupiter and its wondrous moons" (p.
Max Goes to Jupiter: A Science Adventure with Max the Dog is much more than a beautifully illustrated children's picturebook--it's crammed cover to cover with amazing scientific facts about the planet Jupiter, from its role in human history to the volcanic activity on its moon Io to the evidence of a subsurface ocean on its moon Europa.
There appears to be a new storm brewing on the planet Jupiter.