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(1) PEACE

Prevention of Events with Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibition. A trial that assessed the effect of ACE inhibitors on fatal and nonfatal coronary artery disease events in patients with coronary artery disease and preserved left ventricular ejection fraction
Conclusion The tested ACE inhibitor—trandolapril—had no effect on endpoints

(2) Peace

Drug slang A regional term for LSD or PCP
Global village Freedom from or cessation of conflict, violence or civil disturbance

PEACE

Cardiology A clinical trial–Prevention of Events with Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitor Therapy

Patient discussion about Peace

Q. is there a natural medicine i can provide my son in order to help him be more calm and peaceful and not so hyperactive and frantic ?

A. Nerve cell membranes are composed of phospholipids containing large amounts of polyunsaturated fatty acids (omega-3 and omega-6). Studies have been conducted to examine the impact of omega-3 and omega-6 deficiency and the possible impact of fatty acid supplementation. more is needed but there's a calming effect on people. give him Omega-3 capsules and there should be a change after about 2 months.

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However, the MENA region's level of peacefulness is now the lowest it has been since 2008.
For participants in the peacefulness condition, family-focused appeals were more effective in increasing purchase intention; [M.
Its nations span the whole spectrum of peacefulness levels in the index, ranging from very low (Afghanistan and Pakistan) to low (India) to medium (Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka) to very high (Bhutan).
Japan falls to 5th place on NPO's rankings for national peacefulness
Steve Killilea, founder and executive chairman of IEP, said: "Peacefulness has returned to approximately the levels seen in 2007 but while external measures of peacefulness have improved, there has been a rise in internal conflict.
VISITORS to Cardiff's Bute Park have listed peacefulness, size and location among their main reasons for using the green space.
They rated the peacefulness of dying and the quality of dying more positively than families whose loved ones did not receive hospice care.
Those in the squares erred when they celebrated this heinous crime and rejoiced at the smell of blood, as it was them who had announced the peacefulness of their protests and their dreams of a state of law and order.
The annual Global Peace Index, which ranks 153 countries on 23 indicators of peacefulness, estimated the cost to the world economy of war and insecurity at pounds 5 trillion.
It leaves me with a sense of peacefulness and completion.
Palin is becoming rich, "but she's not trying to further those democratic values of justice and equality and peacefulness.