AJH

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AcronymDefinition
AJHAmerican Journal of Hypertension
AJHAnna Jaques Hospital (Newburyport, MA)
AJHAktion in Jedes Haus (German: Action in Each House; ministry)
AJHAssociation des Journalistes Haïtiens (Haitian Journalists' Association)
AJHAsociación Japonesa de Hispanistas (French: Japan Association of Spanish Scholars)
AJHAmerican Jewish Historical Society (also seen as AJHS)
AJHAmpliTube Jimi Hendrix (software; IK Multimedia Production SRL)
AJHAssociation les Jeunes Handicapés (French: Disabled Youth Association)
AJHAnti-Jam Hopper
AJHAmerican Journal of Hygiene
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Ebrhaim, "Reduced dietary salt for the prevention of cardiovascular disease: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials (Cochrane review)," American Journal of Hypertension, vol.
Manger, "The vagaries of pheochromocytomas," American Journal of Hypertension, vol.
De Faire, "Ambulatory 24-h blood pressure monitoring in healthy, middle-aged smokeless tobacco users, smokers, and nontobacco users," American Journal of Hypertension, vol.
Yang et al., "Uncoupling protein 2 ablation exacerbates high-salt intake-induced vascular dysfunction," American Journal of Hypertension, vol.
Researchers said that for now, it's not clear what explains the findings, the authors write in the American Journal of Hypertension.
Gaziano, "Effect of age on blood pressure parameters and risk of cardiovascular death in men," American Journal of Hypertension, vol.
Cohn, "Arterial compliance to stratify cardiovascular risk: more precision in therapeutic decision making," The American Journal of Hypertension, vol.
Mimran, "Dietary sodium and target organ damage in essential hypertension," The American Journal of Hypertension, vol.
Papadopoulos et al., "Incremental value of pulse wave velocity in the determination of coronary microcirculatory dysfunction in never-treated patients with essential hypertension," American Journal of Hypertension, vol.
In an analysis that fuels a row over the health effects of salt, researchers writing in the American Journal of Hypertension and the Cochrane Library journal said the systematic review added to growing evidence suggesting officials should re-evaluate policies advising everyone to eat less salt.
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