Despite this, the British Heart Foundation says it continues to support the widespread use of statins. Judy O’Sullivan, Senior Cardiac Nurse at the BHF, says: ‘It is unusual in this country for statins to be given preventatively to people with normal cholesterol levels. We think that statin drugs are useful for the vast majority of people taking them.’.
As you know, the numbers are expected to change. We need to keep reminding the audience where the figures are coming from and that we will be updating as needed. History. A study published Dec. 20, 2017 in the journal Biology Letters finds that although fish are generally pretty quiet, corvina are outliers the chattering made by the males as they call the females in to spawn is like a machine gun, the loudest sound made by any fish, anywhere. They make the sound by contracting their abdomens and smacking special noise making muscles against their swim bladders like a drumstick on a snare.
Republican win. For 40 years, American oil producers have been largely barred from exporting crude oil, a policy rooted in the energy crises of the early 1970s. But as domestic energy production has boomed in recent years, pressure has mounted from the oil industry and its political allies to lift the ban even as the United States remains a net importer of crude oil.
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Cariocas, as Rio residents are called, may seem casual and carefree, their city a paradise for the no shirt, no shoes traveler. But residents have their beach life rituals. They eschew the beach towel, as it’s too heavy and cumbersome and gets all gummed up with sand.
Sky Culture secretary Matt Hancock says schools should ban mobile phonesChildren should be banned from using their mobile phones at school, the culture secretary has said. Not content with merely barring them from being used in the classroom, Matt Hancock has suggested that they be confiscated from children who carry them at the start of each school day. Writing in TheSky Science pupils at Derbyshire school lose track of pudding launched into stratosphereFor those of you in Lincolnshire, it could well be a Bakewell pudding.