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ASPIRE

Action on Secondary Prevention by Intervention to Reduce Events. A study that evaluated the potential for secondary prevention of coronary disease in the UK by influencing risk factors.
Conclusion 6 months post-hospitalisation, up to 27% still smoked, 75% were overweight, up to 25% had hypertension, >75% had increased total cholesterol to 5.2 mmol/l. Only one-third of infarct patients were taking beta-blockers; up to 20% of those who had had an acute myocardial ischaemia were not taking aspirin.
Prognosis Dismal.
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CSS aspirants are required to pass through a metal detector (which is justified) but the insulting part is where these young people have to remove their watches and get their wallets checked by the security staff.
The 66 aspirants have already picked their nomination forms, being the first hurdle they have to cross as far as their desire to go to Parliament on the ticket of the NDC is concerned.
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He said the Pasban is against the private quota policy and it has been demanding to allow one category of government quota for all Hajj aspirants to end exploitation of the Hajiis in the name of private packages.
'I would want to prove that what men can do, women can do as well.' Bhutan Network for Empowering Women (BNEW) conducted a three-day workshop for women aspirant candidates last week where they gathered to discuss on the theme 'leading for change'-a program on leadership, communication and campaigns skills for women aspiring to contest in the NC elections.
The North Wales seaside resort of Llandudno is the home of 11% of the total figure of Welsh aspirant millionaires.
Experian was asked to calculate the number of people in the West Midlands who are now aspirant millionaires - those whose earnings and assets exceed what cold be acquired from a salaried job.
Many aspirants have already demonstrated their determination to contribute to Euro-Atlantic security and stability.
At present there are eleven members in the monastic community at Orangeville, including a priest, a deacon, and an aspirant to the monastic way of life according to the Studite Rule.
But in the case of Mr Mariga's selection, Mr Kinyanjui said: "Not only was there no nominations conducted, the board "arrogated upon itself powers it does not have to conduct the aforesaid selection, and even then they did not feel it right to inform the aspirants." Mr Kinyanjui claimed that he learnt of Mariga's nomination through the media adding that it depicted "a sad reminder of the dark Kanu days.
It was further gathered that former Chief of Staff agreed to step down on the condition that he would be reappointed and possibly replace the Dickson's preferred aspirant, Senator Doye Diri, who is presently representing Bayelsa Central Senatorial District in the National Assembly.
Antonio Tinio said Alvarez should shed light on his allegations that the aspirants were offering P500,000 to P1 million for each lawmaker's vote.