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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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The goal for soldier direct productive time in peacetime is 4.5 hours a day (Brooke, 1998, p.
(13) This broad definition, from wartime custom and peacetime practice, is adopted in this paper.
People who work in the steel industry are losing their jobs, both in the UK and across the EU as the sector confronts its most serious peacetime crisis ever.
The sinking of Thetis in Liverpool Bay on June 1, 1939, while on trials from Cammell Laird, is the Royal Navy's worst peacetime disaster.
The vessels are designed to conduct peacetime patrols in their territorial waters and exclusive economic zones, together with surveillance, maritime interdiction, support to other forces, and the protection of coastline and ports.
We think of Churchill as our great wartime PM but of course his peacetime spell in No 10 lasted almost as long.
In addition to that ludicrous statement he adds that the Iron Malady is the greatest peacetime Prime Minister we have had.
The role of naval power in peacetime today is much different from what it was in the days of Mahan, but unfortunately naval theory has not kept up.
Summary: Elite police and military teams joined forces on Thursday to showcase Britain's biggest peacetime security operation.
In peacetime, few of the Navy's ships should be in commission.
Under the old WRSK concept (until the early 1990s), war spares were to be locked up (required colonel level approval to be released from the WRSK and used for peacetime to fill mission capable [MICAP] back orders only) and only used for the first 30 days of a contingency.
The coins feature artwork that commemorates the Army at war, the Army during peacetime and the modern Army.