Between-group comparisons for pooled placebo-controlled trials in adults revealed no statistically significant differences between risperidone and placebo in mean changes from baseline in ECG parameters, including QT, QTc, and PR intervals, and heart rate. When all RISPERDAL® doses were pooled from randomized controlled trials in several indications, there was a mean increase in heart rate of 1 beat per minute compared to no change for placebo patients. In short-term schizophrenia trials, higher doses of risperidone (8-16 mg/day) were associated with a higher mean increase in heart rate compared to placebo (4-6 beats per minute). In pooled placebo-controlled acute mania trials in adults, there were small decreases in mean heart rate, similar among all treatment groups.
Ok so I’m an avid football fan and i 100% remember watching the 1994 football world cup in USA , there was a game where stoitchkov (bulgarian footballer) took a direct free kick and scored but the referee disallowed it and so he took it again and scored again, this definitely happened as me and a couple of friends actually said out loud he will probably score it again. I cannot find any occurrence of this in this reality, the nearest was he had the free kick disallowed v Nigeria but never retook it, i have looked at every goal stoitchkov ever scored for bulgaria and it simply did not happen... very strange, its a bit obscure so people probably wont remember as you would need to be a Big football fan but i know for sure i witnessed this
Things are starting to look a bit more wintry, but we do have one small problem. We've created all these nice white specks to use as snowflakes in our photo, but we can't actually see our photo! It's still being blocked from view. We need to hide all the black areas on the layer while keeping the white specks visible. Fortunately, Photoshop makes this incredibly easy thanks to layer blend modes ! Blend modes give us all kinds of interesting ways to blend layers together, and one of them in particular will do exactly what we're looking for. With "Layer 1" still selected, go up to the Blend Mode option at the top of the Layers palette. It doesn't actually say "Blend Mode" anywhere, but you'll see a drop-down box that by default is set to "Normal". This is the Blend Mode option. Select the Screen blend mode from the list: