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Hardening

1. The process by which a sudden change to the price of a commodity or futures contract slow and gradually corrects itself, bringing the price into alignment with fundamentals. See also: Reversion to the Mean.

2. A slow but steady rise in price for a futures market or contract.
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A new software concept begun at JPL as part of this initiative is helping doctors improve treatments for the hardening of arteries by identifying the problem well before potentially fatal strokes and heart attacks occur.
It is thought to be an auto-immune condition, and is associated with inflammation markers that have also been linked to hardening of arteries and heart attacks.
Arteroclerosis is a general term of the thickening and hardening of arteries. Some hardening of arteries normally occurs when people grow older.
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"PAD occurs when arteriosclerosis, or hardening of arteries that carry blood to the legs, occurs due to a build-up of plaque in these blood vessels.
Atherosclerosis is basically the hardening of arteries. Dr Khunti said that the risks of cardiovascular events and mortality were significant and the patients had to be identified early so that strategies to reduce the risk of low blood sugar could be implemented.
Washington, Dec 8 (ANI): Recently discovered vital clues about the underlying causes behind hardening of arteries or atherosclerosis can lead to more targeted drug therapies for the prevention of the disease, a new study has suggested.