7 out of every 1,000 North American pregnancies, according to a paper published in February 2000 in the journal American Family Physician.
What does AFP stand for?
AFP stands for American Family Physician (journal)
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The publication American Family Physician says treating sleep apnea leads to improved Quality of Life or "QOL.
P2 board members are actively managing successful clinical practices, teaching at major universities, holding senior management positions at associations including the American Family Physicians Association and American Diabetes Association, and advising policymakers on major issues facing physicians on the front lines of healthcare delivery.
In a 2002 article in the peer-reviewed American Family Physician, Dr.
This research has been featured in numerous news articles, including Contemporary Long Term Care, Provider, Assisted Living Success, The Los Angeles Times, and American Family Physician.
According to the American Family Physician and the Journal of American Medical Association, clinical studies have shown that this combination significantly increases heart rate, body core temperature, and blood pressure; a potentially dangerous combination.
Postpartum Depression and the "Baby Blues", American Family Physician, April 15, 1999.
] False positives can occur with viral load tests, but a review of the data in the August, 1999 American Family Physician (1) suggests it is usually possible to differentiate these from the real thing: "During the symptomatic phase of acute HIV infection, the viral RNA shows in excess of 50,000 copies per mL.