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1 I, 3. 3 | States. Compared to the 2005 **values**, all ratios will increase
2 II, 4. 1 | maximum, minimum and range of **values** estimated each year at MS
3 II, 4. 1 | 1.4. Minimum and maximum **values** of life expectancy (LE)
4 II, 4. 1 | States in 2005. At MS level, **values** of life expectancy at birth
5 II, 4. 1 | women. The corresponding HLY **values** range respectively from
6 II, 4. 1 | at the age of 50, the HLY **values** range respectively from
7 II, 4. 1 | throughout all MS.~ ~Detailed **values** of life expectancy at birth (
8 II, 4. 1 | in their life expectancy **values** in the aftermath of the
9 II, 4. 1 | converge towards higher **values**. These are high convergence
**10** II, 4. 1 | years from the highest EU27 **values**. These are low convergence
11 II, 4. 1 | trend of the highest EU27 **values**. These are divergent countries.
12 II, 4. 1 | trend of the highest EU27 **values** from the 1960s onwards.
13 II, 4. 1 | Table 4.1.7 presents the **values** of life expectancy at birth
14 II, 5. 2. 4| Table 5.2.8. Estimated mean **values** of total cholesterol in
15 II, 5. 2. 4| Prevalence of smoking (%), mean **values** of systolic blood pressure (
16 II, 5. 2. 6| The association extends to **values** of plasma cholesterol well
17 II, 5. 2. 6| associated to blood pressure **values** around 130-139/85-89, largely
18 II, 5. 2. 6| associated to blood pressure **values** <120/80 mmHg (Vasan R et
19 II, 5. 4. 1| normalisation of blood glucose **values** as well as lipid levels
**20** II, 5. 4. 2| over 75 years of age, with **values** all over 100/1000 for EUCID
21 II, 5. 4. 3| of diabetesStandardized **values** reported by EUCID range
22 II, 5. 4. 3| 12%) showing the highest **values**. According to the above
23 II, 5. 4. 3| 11 EUCID countries report **values** between 10% for Ireland
24 II, 5. 4. 3| percentages above 80%. These **values** were lower in young people
25 II, 5. 4. 3| of 7 countries reported **values** above 90%. There is no clear
26 II, 5. 5. 3| some extremely different **values** for certain countries, which
27 II, 5. 5. 3| age group has the highest **values** of schizophrenia-associated
28 II, 5. 6. 3| brought to the following **values**:~ ~Osteoporosis: a BMD value
29 II, 5. 8. 3| Forlì and Vilnius), with **values** ranging from about 4% in
**30** II, 5. 11. 3| populations of similar ages yield **values** approximately half of those
31 II, 5. 12. 3| in 2000-02 the highest **values** for women were 53.9/100,
32 II, 5. 12. 3| substantial variation in absolute **values** across countries, a limited
33 II, 7. 3. 3| EU27: Minimum and maximum **values** per country~ ~Accident and
34 II, 9. 3. 3| according to their lifestyles, **values**, and risk status are an
35 III, 10. 2. 1| based on the percentile **values** of BMI adjusted for age
36 III, 10. 2. 1| and 400 µg by the D-A-CH **values** of the German speaking countries.
37 III, 10. 2. 1| Depending on the reference **values** used, intakes in Europe
38 III, 10. 2. 1| DAFNE average consumption **values** per broad food categories (
39 III, 10. 2. 1| mass index: comparing mean **values** and prevalence rates from
**40** III, 10. 2. 1| Nutrition Association. Reference **values** for nutrient intake of the
41 III, 10. 2. 2| The association extends to **values** of plasma cholesterol well
42 III, 10. 2. 3| associated to blood pressure **values** around 130-139/85-89, quite
43 III, 10. 2. 3| associated to blood pressure **values** <120/80 mmHg. Even an isolated
44 III, 10. 3. 1| does not give any limit **values**.~ ~
45 III, 10. 3. 1| establishing radon maps, reference **values** for dwellings and assessment
46 III, 10. 4. 1| European guidelines, target **values** and limit values (Table
47 III, 10. 4. 1| target values and limit **values** (Table 10.4.1.1).~ ~Table
48 III, 10. 4. 1| 1.1. Guidelines, target **values** and limit values.~ ~Long-term
49 III, 10. 4. 1| target values and limit **values**.~ ~Long-term average exposure
**50** III, 10. 4. 1| directives set limit and target **values** for the listed pollutants (
51 III, 10. 4. 1| aimed at attaining the limit **values** within the set time frame.
52 III, 10. 4. 1| establishing limit or target **values** and alert thresholds for
53 III, 10. 4. 1| meeting the relevant limit **values** for PM10 , as this could
54 III, 10. 4. 1| local hotspots where limit **values** are exceeded, such as areas
55 III, 10. 4. 2| intake is below the reference **values**. Available experimental
56 III, 10. 4. 2| 2002 review and derived ADI **values** for nitrate (0-3.7 mg/kg
57 III, 10. 4. 2| toxicological reference **values**. – Article 41;~· annual
58 III, 10. 4. 3| water uses, functions and **values**.~ ~Focusing on water contaminating
59 III, 10. 4. 3| Directive specifies the **values** for certain parameters which
**60** III, 10. 4. 3| define additional limit **values** on a national basis. For
61 III, 10. 4. 3| In general, safe limit **values** are well established. These
62 III, 10. 4. 5| litter, effect on property **values**, stress for lack of regulatory
63 III, 10. 6. 1| 10.6.2.5 The World **Values** Survey~The World Values
64 III, 10. 6. 1| Values Survey~The World **Values** Survey, which has been performed
65 III, 10. 6. 2| and well-being are shared **values** across societal sectors.
66 IV, 11. 1. 5| aligned to professional **values**; they should be focused
67 IV, 11. 5. 4| countries depending on cultural **values**.~In 2006, 56% of Europeans
68 IV, 11. 6. 3| explicit calculation of the **values** for each country (Wagstaff,
69 IV, 12. 10 | 2 October 2003 on limit **values**, measurement methods, labelling,
**70** IV, 12. 10 | subject to strict limit **values** so as to minimise health
71 IV, 12. 10 | Act, BImSchG, htt ). Limit **values** for the exposure to environmental
72 IV, 13. 2. 2| 15 – 29 has the highest **values** of schizophrenia-associated
73 IV, 13. 5 | themselves to promote shared **values** of solidarity, equity and
74 IV, 13. 8 | goals: they are driven by **values** rather than profit, they