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(Date:2/26/2017)... , Feb. 25, 2017  Securus Technologies, ... technology solutions for public safety, investigation, corrections and ... Recidivism and Reentry. "Too often, too ... prisons and county jails are trying to tackle ... inmates and friends and family members. While significant steps ...
(Date:2/21/2017)... Ore. , Feb. 22, 2017  IBM (NYSE: ... (Avamere Health Services, Infinity Rehab, Signature Hospice, Home Health, ... will apply the power of IBM cognitive computing to ... centers. By analyzing data streaming from sensors in senior ... and environmental conditions, and obtain deeper learnings into the ...
(Date:2/14/2017)... , Feb. 14, 2017  Wake Forest Baptist ... as its new chief executive officer (CEO). Freischlag joins ... John D. McConnell , M.D., who last year ... at the Medical Center, after leading it since 2008. ... full scope of Wake Forest Baptist,s academic health system, ...
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... two eyes to see the world around us has long ... Now, a new study from a scientist at Rensselaer Polytechnic ... our ability to see through things. Most animals ... exist in non-cluttered environments like fields or plains, and they ...
... The University of Nottingham have developed a unique technology that ... body,s chemical messenger system for the very first time, live ... helped to attract 1.3 million from the MRC (Medical Research ... insight into the tiny world of activity taking place within ...
... preterm delivery cuts the risk for handicapping cerebral palsy ... Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) obstetrician Dwight Rouse, M.D., and ... New England Journal of Medicine. , Cerebral palsy refers ... movement and posture and limiting activity. The causes of ...
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(Date:3/24/2017)... ... March 24, 2017 , ... In just two ... Frame vertical micro-veggies garden on Kickstarter . Surpassing the $100,000 milestone so ... nearly 2,000 consumers (and counting) already backing the campaign. , “We are ...
(Date:3/24/2017)... ... ... Viewers who like to educate themselves on current issues and who enjoy ... societal issues tend to appreciate and love the "Informed" series, hosted by Rob Lowe. ... for causes around the world. , Running for charity has become a ...
(Date:3/24/2017)... ... 24, 2017 , ... “End Time GPS”: a dauntless and enlightened study ... Time GPS” is the creation of published author, Wesley Gerboth, a World War II ... and space-vehicle projects. Now, at age ninety-one, he shares the Wisdom God bestowed upon ...
(Date:3/23/2017)... ... March 23, 2017 , ... A recent report from the National Council on ... The NCTQ report suggests, based on a review of GPA and SAT/ACT requirements at ... in the U.S. It argues that this higher bar should be set by states, ...
(Date:3/23/2017)... ... March 23, 2017 , ... The IoT (Internet of Things) is revolutionizing ... a huge impact on businesses and individual consumers alike. Laboratories can maximize their ... a value anywhere from $4 trillion to $11 trillion dollars by the year 2025. ...
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... 23, 2010) Typically, migraine is considered to be ... But new research by Dr. Till Sprenger and his ... found increased network activity -- stronger functional connectivity -- ... migraineurs. "There has been increasing evidence ...
... distinguished research professor in the department of physics at ... National Research Council (NRC) of the National Academies ( ... in vehicles in the aftermath of Toyota,s large recalls. ... 30 and July 1, 2010 in Washington, DC, includes ...
... brain reward pathways as booze , TUESDAY, June 22 (HealthDay ... treatment option for alcoholism, a new animal study suggests. , ... sleep and eat), which leads to disrupted sleep patterns. As ... an attempt to fall asleep easier. But this often leads ...
... coffee on cancer risk have been mixed. However, results of ... coffee protects against cancer, this time against head and neck ... Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention , a journal of ... a pooled-analysis of nine studies collected by the International Head ...
... these emergencies will occur, researchers say , TUESDAY, June ... gastric band slippage following surgery that places an inflatable ... to restrict food intake, says a new study. , ... lighted tube known as a laparascope, is widely used ...
... 21 June 2010 in the Journal of Clinical ... Research Group on Human and Mammalian Reproduction, University of ... Pitre (urology department, University of the French West ... Research and Technology (University of Lige, Belgique), show that ...
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