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AAA

The highest bond rating by S&P and Fitch. A rating of AAA is considered to carry virtually no risk; U.S. Treasury securities, for example, always receive the AAA rating. A bond with an AA is investment-grade, meaning that banks are allowed to hold them. AA bonds are low risk and low return. The rating is equivalent of an Aaa rating by Moody's.

AAA

The highest grade assigned to a debt obligation by a rating agency. It indicates an unusually strong capacity to pay interest and repay principal. Also called triple A.
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Vital signs: prevalence of doctor-diagnosed arthritis and arthritis-attributable activity limitation--United States, 2013-2015.
Although our results do not represent projections as such, extrapolation of the trajectories of arthritis with age and comparison of the trajectories across cohorts suggest that current projections of the prevalence of arthritis .
Arthritis Research UK believes everyone has a right to live a pain-free life.
National Arthritis Week may be over but if you live with arthritis like me, there's still time to fill out the National Arthritis Survey which will help the charity understand the disease and its effects on people's everyday lives.
The Arthritis Foundation is part of a global effort ,it is to increase awareness of the many forms of arthritis and to call on individuals and policymakers to take action to reduce the burden of arthritis around the world.
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The report, published in the journal Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, also notes that arthritis affects the daily activities of 21 million adults, up significantly from 19 million a few years earlier.
But staying in work if you've got arthritis can be tough - it's the biggest cause of physical disability in the country.
The study suggests that arthritis acts as an additional barrier to physical activity among those with diabetes.
Arthritis Care, established in 1947, is the UK's largest voluntary organisation committed to supporting people with arthritis.
What began as knee pain in 1999 (that was misdiagnosed as a back injury), later was diagnosed as severe arthritis of both hips.
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