Editor's Note: "On the basis of our assessments of internal validity, precision of risk estimates, and consistency of results from randomized trials and prospective cohort studies, we conclude that calcium intake (from either food or supplement sources) at levels within the recommended tolerable
upper intake range is not associated with cardiovascular disease risks in generally healthy adults," Mei Chung, MPH, PhD, and colleagues write.
The Commonwealth guidelines provide a tolerable
daily intake (TDI) for PFOS and PFOA, Ms Fyles said.
He said that all the consumers have equal rights and new democratic government is determined to minimize the load shedding at tolerable
The central bank of Saudi Arabia has said that inflation was within tolerable
limits, according to Reuters.
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l A region where risks are tolerable
provided it can be demonstrated that risks have been reduced to as low as reasonably practicable
Unfortunately, the least tolerable
topical retinoid is the most effective, and the most tolerable
is the least effective.
Gisela Lannig and Inna Sokolova of the University of North Carolina in Charlotte incubated coastal oysters for 40 days at one of three temperatures: 20[degrees]C (68[degrees]F), a warm but tolerable
temperature for the creatures, at 24[degrees]C, or at 28[degrees]C.
Detection risk is the chance that a sample will fail to detect misstatement that actually exceeds the auditor's specified maximum tolerable
Readers will gain a memorable glimpse into the lives of a variety of workers at this time and come away with a new appreciation of the precarious hold most of these laborers had on a tolerable
No one today is "forced" to contract a marriage agreement, which is designed to provide an emotionally tolerable
environment for children.
While running is of course ideal, any tolerable
aerobic work can be useful.