ASH

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AcronymDefinition
ASHAction on Smoking and Health
ASHAshley
ASHAmerican Society of Hematology
ASHA Shell
ASHA Secret History (Mary Gentle novel)
ASHAcademy of the Sacred Heart (Louisiana)
ASHArchaic Sealed Heat (role-playing game)
ASHAmerican Society of Hypertension
ASHActualités Sociales Hebdomadaires (French: Social News Weekly)
ASHAmerican Specialty Health (California and Texas)
ASHAnnual Survey of Hospitals (Texas)
ASHAdaptation Scolaire et Scolarisation des Élèves Handicapés (French: Special Education and Education of Disabled Students)
ASHAffordable Student Housing (Philadelphia, PA)
ASHAssembly Language Header File
ASHAgent Scripting Helper
ASHAutomation Support Hardware
ASHActive Session History
ASHAgricultural Safety and Health (various organizations)
ASHAdvanced Scientific Health (research organization)
ASHAnthony Stewart Head (actor)
ASHAssistant Secretary for Health
ASHAsymmetric Septal Hypertrophy
ASHActive Session History (performance metrics)
ASHAmerica's Second Harvest (US food bank network)
ASHAtascadero State Hospital
ASHAlcoholic Steatohepatitis
ASHAgencies for School Health (Canada)
ASHArgyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Scottish Regiment of the British Army)
ASHAustin State Hospital
ASHAshkun (linguistics)
ASHAmerican School of the Hague (Netherlands)
ASHAustralian Stationary Hospital
ASHAllentown State Hospital (Allentown, PA)
ASHAustralian Society of Herpetologists
ASHAustralian Society of Hypnosis
ASHAmplifier-Sequenced Hybrid
ASHAllele Specific Hybridization
ASHAviation Support Equipment Technician Hydraulics and Structure (US Navy)
ASHAdvanced Scout Helicopter
ASHAll-Saints House
ASHAkademia E Shkencave (Albanian: National Academy of Sciences)
ASHArizona Society of Homebrewers
ASHApplication Session Handoff (communications protocol)
ASHAction Sociale par l'Habitat (French: Social Action in Housing)
ASHArmy Space Heaters
ASHAirspeed Hold (airplane autopilot mode)
ASHAnti-Self-Homing (torpedoes)
ASHAlternate Support Headquarters
ASHalt.suicide.holidays (USENET newsgroup)
ASHAbortion, Sterilization, and Hysterectomy (medical procedures)
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Which of the following does the American Society of Hypertension consider "less effective" in terms of reducing blood pressure and with regard to safety and tolerability?
Euronext:COX) (Paris: COX) presented blood pressure results for naproxcinod at the American Society of Hypertension (ASH).
The heart is going to become weaker and weaker until it is no longer able to contract," the study's principal author said at the American Society of Hypertension 2008 Annual Meeting.
The paper was published in the Journal of the American Society of Hypertension (2008;2:484-94).
Falkner made these statements at a press briefing sponsored by the American Society of Hypertension, which released updated recommendations on management of hypertension.
The reason why timing is important is unclear, researchers reported at the American Society of Hypertension meeting in May.
The company presented the results at the American Society of Hypertension annual meeting in Chicago.
Included among his professional memberships are the American Physiological Society Sigma Xi, the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Society of Hypertension.
years ago in the International Journal of Epidemiology, Michael Alderman, a past president of the American Society of Hypertension, concluded that "existing evidence provides no support for the highly unlikely proposition that a single dietary sodium intake is an appropriate or desirable goal for the entire population.
The American Society of Hypertension advocates slow breathing exercises for fifteen minutes a day, three to four days a week to lower blood pressure (4) and to prevent heart disease.
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