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ALPINE

Antihypertensive Treatment & Lipid Profile in a North of Sweden Efficacy Evaluation. A clinical trial comparing long-term (1-year) low-dose diuretic (hydrochlorothiazide, or HCTZ, ± a beta-blocker, atenolol), to an angiotensin II type 1 receptor blocker (candesartan ± a calcium antagonist, felodipine), in newly diagnosed hypertensives.
Conclusion Metabolic changes and adverse effects were reduced with candesartan.

alpine

descriptive of the area above the tree line on mountains.
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Alpine shareholders should be receiving between 60% and 206% more than the current offer price.
With TTMs Shanghai facilitys outstanding engineering support, we were able to optimize our design for our European customers which greatly contributed to Alpines achievements in 2015, said Mr.
A contribution to this article was made by Larry Mayell, past chairman of Lake Superior Division--Alpine and director of Alpine Ontario.
Moore said Alpine produced ``Lord Protector'' under a SAG low-budget contract, signed in October 1995, which offers producers a 13 percent discount on SAG wage minimums.
Alpine women were also valued for childbearing and rearing although children were regarded as less significant in the earthly future of the family than in its celestial future.
We feel the sport has grown up,'' said Alpine spokeswoman Brinn Talbot.
At the raucous and ridiculously expensive Munich Oktoberfest, tents cover literally miles of ground, according to master of ceremonies and Alpine Village shop owner Joe Baars.