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Public Library of Science to launch new, open access journal on neglected tropical diseases

...d Latin America. They stunt children's growth and educational development, and result in suffering and poverty by causing lifelong disabilities, disfigurement, and social stigma. More information on neglected tropical diseases is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.0020336 . ...

New tool helps blood specialists improve patient care

...res will be accompanied by physician resources and educational materials. For more information on the new Hematology PIM, visit www.hematology.org/education/recertification/pims.cfm . ABIM's Practice Improvement Modules enable physicians to conduct a confidential self-evaluation of the medical care that they p...

Telemedicine robots help improve health

...e to patients, as well as professional support and educational opportunities to health staff in regional areas, such as Mt Isa," Dr Smith said....

Organic is healthier: Kiwis prove that green is good

... and consumer books and subscription services; and educational materials for undergraduate and graduate students and lifelong learners. Wiley has publishing, marketing, and distribution centres in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and Australia. The company is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under...

Fighting to keep Darwin in the classroom

...iculum continues unabated. And though a number of educational institutions and organizations have had notable success in combating intelligent design in the classroom, what is needed now is a fresh source of evolution materials and anti-creationism ammunition for our school teachers on the front lines of this o...

Research finds music training 'tunes' human auditory system

...code sound ?work that potentially has far-reaching educational and clinical implications. The study was supported by Northwestern University, grants from the National Institutes of Health and a grant from the National Science Foundation....

100 percent of pregnant women have at least one kind of pesticide in their placenta

... index, less weight gained during pregnancy, lower educational level, higher workplace exposure, first-time motherhood and lower weight in babies. "Serious effects on the baby" According to María José López, "we do not really know the consequences of exposure to disruptive pesticides in children, but we ...

Millions of children denied drug that costs less than $3 a year

...te facilities for storage and dispensing, but also educational programmes for health practitioners and the general population, he concludes....

New study reports hotel guests at risk from carbon monoxide poisoning

...to CO poisoning prevention, although the AH&LA educational foundation contracted with Schirmer Engineering (Deerfield, Illinois) to study CO risk in that industry. The AH&LA study made no specific recommendations regarding prevention of CO poisoning to guests, and concluded, ‘AH&LA will continue to m...

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