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CLDCentre Local de Développement (French: Local Development Center; Canada)
CLDCalled
CLDCloud
CLDCholesterol-Lowering Drug
CLDCleared
CLDChronic Lung Disease
CLDCloud Peak Energy (stock symbol; Gillette, WY)
CLDConseil Local de Développement (French: Local Development Council)
CLDCentre for Learning Development (various locations)
CLDCountry Line Dance
CLDCisco Local Director
CLDConstant Load Device
CLDCall Logger Daemon
CLDCompact Laser Disc
CLDClear Direction
CLDCath Lab Digest (monthly publication)
CLDCooled
CLDChronic Liver Disease
CLDChemical Liquid Deposition
CLDCouncil for Learning Disabilities
CLDClear Direction Flag
CLDCouncil of Library Directors (various schools)
CLDCertified Labor Doula (childbirth)
CLDCausal Loop Diagram
CLDCertified LabVIEW Developer
CLDCenter for Leadership Development
CLDConstrained Layer Damping (mechanical engineering)
CLDComplex Learning Difficulty
CLDConsole Land Distribuzione (Italian: Console Land Distribution)
CLDCompact Laser Designator (US DoD)
CLDCommission for Lawyer Discipline (Texas Bar Association)
CLDCisco Local Director (software)
CLDCross-Layer Design
CLDLa Commission Technique de Lutte contre le Dopage (French: Technical Commission for the Fight against Doping)
CLDChristelijk Lyceum Delft (school, The Netherlands)
CLDCalled Line
CLDCorprasoft Legal Desktop (software)
CLDCarlsbad, CA, USA - Carlsbad/Palomar Airport (Airport Code)
CLDChip-Level Detector
CLDCharles Lutwidge Dodgson (Lewis Carroll pen name)
CLDCivilian Leadership Development
CLDClear Liquid Diet
CLDCity Loft Developments (City Lofts Group Developments)
CLDCenter Line Data
CLDCritical Low Density
CLDChloride Diarrhea, Familial
CLDCertainly Lethal Dose
CLDContemporary Logic Design
CLDCongenital Limb Deficiency
CLDCredit Limit Decrease
CLDCAPPA Certified Doula
CLDCommunications Logistics Depot
CLDCrew Leader District (Census)
CLDChemoluminescence Detector
CLDCulturally and Linquistically Diverse
CLDCareer Limiting Decision
CLDCorporate Lookup Directory (LDPA)
CLDCherry Lane Digital, LLC
CLDCivil Liaison Division
CLDCompulsive Lying Disorder (behavioral health)
CLDCustomer Liaison Department
CLDChizuk Line of the Day (blog)
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She added a cholesterol-lowering drug (ezetimibe or Zetia) to their water and then injected the fish with Salmonella Typhi.
These are supposed to be cholesterol-lowering drugs.
The AHA adopted a new approach "that, in its own words meant cholesterol-lowering drugs could be prescribed to an estimated 33 million Americans without cardiovascular disease who have a 7.5 percent or higher risk for a heart attack or stroke within the next 10 years," said Arthur Phillips, a Unite Here research analyst and author of the report.
Cardiovascular agents (medications that are used to treat high blood pressure, heart disease or kidney disease) and cholesterol-lowering drugs were two of the most commonly used classes of prescription therapies among adults 18 to 64 years old and 65 and over in 2007-2010.
Six months ago, a cholesterol-lowering drug called Mevacor was set to be reclassified as an over-the-counter medicine, a move that would have made the drug physically and financially available to people like Alston.
Originally explored as a cholesterol-lowering drug, olestra was approved in 1996 for use in fat-flee snack foods with the proviso that these snacks carry a warning about possible cramping and loose stools.
Take them off the diet and/or put them on a cholesterol-lowering drug like a statin, and they build up less plaque.
Second, her assertion that a cholesterol-lowering drug may simply cause muscles and kidneys to break down rather than benefit a patient is misleading and factually incorrect.
on Monday filed a lawsuit against five pharmaceutical companies, demanding they halt sales of generic drugs whose packaging is similar to that of a Sankyo cholesterol-lowering drug.
Other high-cost drugs often prescribed for members include Prevacid for gastritis/esophagitis with an average cost of $120; Celebrex, a pain reliever with an average cost of $86; Zocor, a cholesterol-lowering drug with an average cost of $95; and Vioxx, a pain reliever with an average cost of $70.
CEO Paul Thomas says his company will import a cholesterol-lowering drug made in Cuba called Ateromixol.
[U.S.A.], May 10 (ANI): Seems like, even the patients who consume the cholesterol-lowering drug, are not safe from heart risks.
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