Over half (57 percent) of those who lost 10 to 15 kilograms also achieved remission
, along with a third (34 percent) of those who lost five to 10 kilograms.
The Hodgman Liberal Government is acting on our commitment to prevent the early release of prisoners under remissions
granted through the Corrections Act 1997.
1 percent of those with type 2 diabetes were coded as being in remission
But in that moment, Doherty decided to just focus on enjoying her remission
In 2005, the Remission
in Schizophrenia Working Group published an operationally defined criterion for remission
using a threshold of severity for core symptoms.
, however, would not be admissible for those convicted for murder, espionage, anti-state activities, sectarianism, Zina, robbery, dacoity, kidnapping,/abduction, and terrorist acts.
People who experienced radical remission
also consciously fostered positive emotions each day--even for 5 minutes--by appreciating the sunrise, petting their cat, or engaging in other activities that brought a smile to their faces.
of one year has been granted to female prisoners who are accompanying children and total remission
to juvenile convicts who have served one third of their substantive sentences.
A committee of the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) and the European League against Rheumatism (EULAR) has proposed two remission
criteria sets, (7,8) a Boolean Criteria set and SDAI, which are more stringent than DAS28 to identify remission
The RDQ scores were associated with self-perceived remission
even after adjustment for QIDS scores.
The authors then looked at the predictors of maintaining remission
The ACR/EULAR clinical practice remission
definition included a tender joint count, swollen joint count, and patient global assessment scores of 1 or less; the clinical trial definition added a CRP level of 1 mg/dL or less to the clinical practice definition.