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CPC Appoints Medical Product Service GmbH as Authorized European Representative for MedClose(TM) System

... U.S. and Asia. Gerhard Fromel DIPL. Ing., is a member of several German and international standard organizations for medical equipment, including the din group which addresses safety and technical standards. About CPC CPC of America develops therapeutic devices for use in endovascular procedures. CP...

A Different Way of Thinking for a Fulfilling Life: New Book Offers Practical Guidance for Rethinking Happiness and Nurturing Self-Love

... NEW YORK, Oct. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Amidst the din of modern society, the most important sound is the voice that resonates within. This is the message that rings loud and clear in "Do You Love Yourself...

Photos: Bayer Names New U.S. CEO

... Group. In 1992, he also became Chairman of the Quality Management Steering Committee at Bayer AG, which is responsible for preparing and coordinating din and ISO certification of the company's various organization units. In 1996, Molnar was appointed General Manager of the Organic Chemicals -- Business ...

It's Safe to Play on Desso Synthetic Turf

... Extensive Testing to German din Standard 18035-7 Confirms: No Lead in Desso ...tested and approved according to the strict German din 18035-7 standard. This standard, specifically deve...rfaces business, Desso is supervised by the German din Certco, a long-term independent quality control, w...

Airplane Noise Boosts Blood Pressure Even During Sleep

... near major flight hubs, researchers say TUESDAY, Feb. 12 (HealthDay News) -- People who live near major airports may be disturbed by the din of aircraft flying overhead all day, but a new study finds it can also boost their blood pressure even while they're sleeping. In fact, the louder ...

Overactive nerves in head and neck may account for 'ringing in the ears'

... respond like overly helpful relatives in a family crisis. The resulting neuron firings in the cochlear nucleus, like too many phone calls, create the din of tinnitus, a phantom sound produced in the brain. In the study, Shore and the papers second author Seth Koehler, a U-M Ph.D. student in the U-M ...

Invasion of Cicada Hordes Feared in US Midwest

...est over the possible invasion of cicadas. Well they dont bite or sting. But they can be quite a nuisance . For their mating calls that produce a din that can overpower ringing telephones, lawn mowers and power tools. Cicadas live only about 30 days as adults, and their main goal is mating. ...

Afghanistan Hosting A UN Funded Regional Health Conference

...ending the conference, and are meeting to discuss the need for mutual cooperation to curb the spread of communicable diseases in the region," Mohammad din Miraj told reporters. The official said, that delegates from Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Turkey, Uzbekistan and Turkmeni...

Lack of Funds in Sudan-Pathway to Epidemic Outbreaks

...ervices resulting in a possible significant rise in cases of malaria, meningitis, diarrhea diseases, acute respiratory infections and measles. Ala din Alwan, WHO's representative for health action in crises said that this could be prevented if the shortfall of 24 million U.S. dollars in funds for hea...

High Decibel Levels Raise Heart Disease Risk

...ease the risk of heart attacks in elderly men and women. This risk is squarely attributed// to the noise related to the workplace as well as the usual din associated with traffic. It was found that this noise had a physiological effect on the heart. Dr. Stefan Willich, director of the Institute for S...

Irritating Noise Increases Risk Of Heart Attacks

...e medical centre. The researchers say that the noise levels cease to be a mere irritant and affect the physiological functioning of the heart. The din of the traffic affected both men and women and increased the risk of heart attack by nearly 50 percent in men and three times in women. Workplace nois...
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