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WATCH

Cardiology A clinical trial–Women Atorvastatin Trial on Cholesterol

Patient discussion about WATCH

Q. Can I get a headache from watching too much T.V? I've been having headaches after watching more than an hour and a half T.V straight. It also happens If I use the computer the same way.

A. Could be god's way of telling you that you should go out more, play basketball instead of watching basketball. But it's probably short eye sight problem. But it'll do you good going out side instead of playing in your computer!

Q. If diabetes has to do with sugar in the blood why does diabetic patients have to watch their salt consumption?

A. very good question :) and a good answer too:)
if you have Diabetes type 2 that means you have a risk factor for heart attacks. it also means you probably have high blood pressure, so it's in your best interest to watch your sult consumption even more then others.

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Every bag or watchband means that a living, feeling being has had a miserable life a Wearing so-called exotic skins is entirely unnecessary.
Apple patent not only reveal a plan to make a smartwatch, but also a plan to make a smart watchband too which would give it a point of difference over competitors such as Samsung and Motorola who have beaten it to market.
I wear his silver watchband, a keepsake, for the sake of keeping.
I noticed the row of leaky blue marks above his steely watchband.
It is, in a sense, only the idea of a camera, its actual referent an army of lenses.) This process, which Gaeta dubbed "FloMo," had its physical counterpart in custom-built hardware, an array of cameras resembling "a highly flexible watchband" (Magid, 52).
"This is for rankings on the team ladder, right?" Merlie said as she yanked at her watchband.
If you held it in your hand, it wouldn't reach from the tips of your fingers to your watchband.
Black drops fell from his watchband onto his hands, blue drops fell from his shirtsleeves onto his arms.
The jeweler was able to tell the members that the watch bore many characteristics of a Cartier watch, that it was made of real gold, that the pattern of the links in the watchband would be difficult to duplicate, and that he had never seen a copy or replica of a Cartier watch made out of solid gold.
She recalls his bare forearms, "the watchband on his wrist turning and darkening.
"My father always taught me that every customer is important, whether they're buying a $5 watchband or a $10,000 necklace.
They also have difficulty naming the parts of a watch (watchband, stem, back, crystal) or describing functions (eg, "it's how you set it" for watch stem) instead.