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Allergies Can Dig Into Gardening's Fun

But planting low-allergen species, avoiding high pollen hours can help SUNDAY, April 20 (HealthDay News) -- For gardeners with allergies, it can be difficult to enjoy their passion for plants when they have to cope with the misery of sneezing, itchy eyes, congestion and, in some cases,...

Germs Hold Court in Sand Castles

... It's safer to keep beach underfoot than to dig in it, survey finds TUESDAY, July 14 (HealthDay News) -- Beware of the dangers that lurk in sand castles, researchers warn. Scientists ...

Both good/bad movie characters who smoke influence teens to do the same

...Guys or Bad Guys?" "Previous studies have confirmed a link between smoking in movies and the initiation of smoking by adolescents, and we wanted to dig deeper into the data to see if the type of character who is smoking matters. Is it 'good guys' or 'bad guys' that have more of an influence?" said Sus...

15 Percent of U.S. Teens Think They'll Die Young

...have physicians and other clinicians recognize that these expectations of an early death as a marker for high-risk behavior." "But you also have to dig down a little deeper and look at the structural situation that make kids lose optimistic in the first place," Sonenstein said. "That's equally importa...

Windows 7 Compatible Remote Desktop Software Released (Beta 4)

...trol Windows machines. Controlling hundreds or thousands of computers is easy with its unique computer search engine. Administrators no longer need to dig through address books, or lists of computers. Co-founder Steve Wiseman says, "This 4th beta of our Remote Control software includes many...

Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 Compatible Remote Control 4.0 Beta Released by IntelliAdmin, LLC

... (PRWEB) June 8, 2009 -- Remote Control 4.0 allows administrators to administer and remotely control Windows machines, without having to dig through address books, or lists of computers. Co-founder Steve Wiseman says, "Many remote control solutions have an address book, or a ...

The Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease Highlights Anti-Cancer Activities of the Food Extracts Quercetin, EGCG, Glycyrrhizin, and Trans-Cinnamaldehyde

... therapy reduces hepatocellular carcinogenesis rate in patients with interferon-resistant active chronic hepatitis C: a cohort study of 1249 patients. dig Dis Sci. 2006 Mar;51(3):603-9. Trans-Cinnamaldehyde (a compound found in the bark of cinnamon trees) 1. Cabello CM, et al. The cinnamon-...

Telling Heartburn From Heart Attack Can Be Tricky

...son to do? Pay attention to the pattern of heartburn. If people have heartburn on a regular basis after eating specific foods -- every time they dig into a greasy pepperoni pizza or drink a large glass of orange juice, for instance -- the food is generally the origin, Dave said. They should worr...

Stress Management Author Asks "Which Will Cost You More: The Recession or Stress?"

... and for our society. When an innovative idea can change lives, start new businesses and revolutionise our society, the barrier to doing that, if you dig deep enough, is always rooted in stress or the fear of taking a risk. "Fear and stress are the brakes on productive, effective and progressiv...

Long Term Care Alerting Methods Revealed by Industry Leaders

...Insurance Field KIRKLAND, Wash., April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Consumers and professionals with an interest in long term care insurance need no longer dig so hard for information. Now they can do as the pros do: have the information come to them, in bits and pieces as it develops. "We're happy to share o...

Neuromarketing Firm Buyology Inc. Receives Investment from Hakuhodo Inc.

... living people)' for more than 30 years. We understand that by partnering with Buyology Inc., exploring marketing neuroscience is tantamount for us to dig deeper into our corporate philosophy: by understanding more about Sei-katsu-sha, not only at the conscious level, but also at the unconscious level, w...

Health Career Agents Announces Three Options for Involvement in Health Care Recruiting and Staffing

...a a web conference, and speaking with current Health Career Agents Members about their businesses. Contact Health Career Agents at 800-533-1622 to dig deeper, explore the options available, and to get started investigating healthcare recruiting as a career path or business opportunity for you. h...

Entry Period Opens for the 2009 HealthLeaders Media Marketing Awards Program with 11 New Categories

...e ideas, and work together to solve today's toughest healthcare marketing challenges. It's not a conference, it's an experience, and participants will dig deep into the Patient Experience, led by Chief Experience Officer of Starizon , Gary Adamson, and apply the concepts they learn during hands-on acti...

Children with hypertension have trouble with thinking, memory

...gnitive tests in a nationally representative dataset, NHANES III, the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey conducted from 1988 to 1994. To dig deeper, Lande enrolled 32 newly diagnosed hypertensive children and adolescents (10 to 18 years old) from the Pediatric Hypertension Clinic at the Uni...

Central Control is First Louisiana-Based Organization to Deploy Voice-Assisted Care

...w members of our care team and contracted staff. AccuNurse is extremely user friendly, especially the reports. Unlike other systems, you don't have to dig for information with AccuNurse, and voice- powered care is much easier than taking notes or inputting documentation into a kiosk. Our team is anxious ...

Controversial New Pool & Spa Safety Act Will Create Public Pool Closures Nationwide

...e to close the pool, drain it, perform an engineering review, seek and gain local health department approval -- in some cases seek competitive bids -- dig trenches beneath the pool, replace the sump beneath the drain covers, repair the structural steel and pool shell, re-plaster the pool, and re-fill and...

MyHealthArchive.com's New Features -- A Quantum Leap in Using Health Information to Promote Your Health

...access is now readily available, the records can be maintained on a thumb drive or a CD. Have a complex medical history or just don't have the time to dig up and upload your records? MyHealthArchive now offers an optional Concierge Service to help patients and their families determine how to compile thei...

Reese Witherspoon Visits Brazil to Spread Message of Female Empowerment as Avon's Global Ambassador

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GG-One Software Announces iFastrack to Help Avoid Insurance Disasters

...at the contractor carries proper insurance -- it's not always true. Recent catastrophic accidents such as the Minneapolis bridge failure, Boston's Big dig collapse and the crane accidents in Manhattan were caused by contractors and demonstrate the need to ensure contractor insurance is valid," said Phyll...

Crocodile Babies Cry Out for Hatching

... Tiny noises mean its time for Mom to dig up the nest, scientists say MONDAY, June 23 (HealthDay News) -- If you ever happen to hear crocodile eggs calling out to you, you're not i...

Good luck indeed: 53 million-year-old rabbit's foot bones found

...discovery was delayed a few years because the researchers had not been looking specifically to determine the age of rabbits. We found these bones on a dig in India a few years ago and didnt know what animal they came from, so we held onto them and figured wed look at them later, he says. It didnt occur t...

VIE Healthcare Expands Its Operations in the Midwest, and Obtains First Local Client

...practices. "I liked the fact that VIE's methods are transparent and non-invasive to my organization. They go right to the invoices and contracts and dig up unexpected savings opportunities," states Dan Babb, C.F.O. of Garden City Hospital. He adds, "Being a self-funded engagement, it also takes away a ...

Brain Scans Let Computer 'Read' Visual Activity

...le." "But already," he added, "this research makes clear that there's a huge amount of information -- way more than we have expected -- that we can dig out of fMRI signals to get a better understanding of brain function. And that is very important, both in terms of pure science and in terms of how thi...

Uninsured Massachusetts Consumer Who Cannot Afford Mandatory Purchase of Health Insurance Flies 3,000 Miles to Speak Out; Is Thrown Out Of Capitol By Speaker Nunez

...is year, even though I love it, and look for a clinical radiology technician job with benefits. "After a few years of making $21,000 I'm trying to dig out of a hole. A lot of my students will be in a similar bind, buried in student debt even if they're making decent pay. "We drive old cars and li...

Study proves the co-pay connection in chronic disease

... ANN ARBOR, Mich. As 2008 begins, millions of Americans are having to dig deeper into their own pockets every time they refill a prescription or see a doctor. The reason" Higher co-payments that took effect January 1, as ...

Philly International Airport Tops 'AXE's Best and Worst Airports to Make a Connection'

... Better Luck Next Time While you'd think it would be a cinch to find "a peach" at Atlanta's packed Hartsfield airport or find someone with whom to dig into a deep-dish pizza at Chicago's O'Hare, "These airports have amenities, but relatively few for the number of passengers which pass through their g...

Key findings for all veterans seen in depression and suicide study

...0,000 PY for depressed veterans who also had PTSD, compared with a rate of 90.66 for those who did not. This surprising finding led the researchers to dig deeper and look at whether specific subgroups of depressed veterans with PTSD had higher or lower suicide risk. Further examination demonstrated that ...

Philanthropic Giving for Health Care Slows in 2006 in both U.S. and Canada, According to Association for Healthcare Philanthropy's Annual 'Report on Giving'

...ation faces an uncertain economy, domestic terrorist threats, and increased deficit funding on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Americans continue to dig deep into their wallets to fund essential health care services, state-of-the-art medical technology, and access to the best medical personnel to deliv...

Pricey Running Shoes Not Worth It: Study

...ving them a "test run." They "often spend money on something that just doesn't fit," he said. "New shoes always feel 'comfortable' -- if it doesn't dig in or squeeze my foot, then, hey, it's comfortable. But when they have a real good run in it, and you teach them what to look for, that's a whole othe...

Consumers Offer to Pay More to Satisfy Health Demands

...changing lifestyles, increasing health awareness, the trend towards convenience foods and an aging population. "The fact that consumers say they will dig deeper into their pocketbooks for healthier versions of food represents a significant shift in attitude," said Lisa Kelly, MPH, R.D. "Consumers want n...

Apples and Lentils Could Help You to Shed Off Those Extra Pounds!

... Stay off that white bread and dig into that apple or lentils, for a new study has found that foods like the latter that release energy slowly once they have been consumed helps dieters...

Our Ancestors Possessed Much Smaller Brains Than It was Thought

...o CT scanning to calculate the approximate dimensions of the brain encased inside the cranium. Based on previous fossils collected at the same dig site in a quarry outside Cairo, scientists had hypothesized that this early monkey already would have had a relatively large brain. But they were surp...

Quack of Gurgaon Confesses of Aborting 250 Female Fetuses

... said the forensic and investigation teams had recovered remains of eight fetuses, adding that search operations were on. "We have decided to dig up the whole area surrounding the hospital. It is very likely that more remains would be recovered." Police have sent the fetuses and bones fo...

New Bill Introduced in US to Promote Public Health

...l residents choosing to specialize in preventive medicine," said Dr. Parkinson. "Inadequate funding means that many who choose this specialty must dig into their own pockets to receive the specialty training the federal government assures at no cost to all other medical residents," he said. "The curr...

Dieting Fads -Flab Revisited

...nevitably, you do - your metabolism may not recover and so you gain weight more quickly than you did before", she adds. Says Mann: "We decided to dig up and analyze every study that followed people on diets for two to five years. We concluded most of them would have been better off not going on the ...

Paying Attention Sets Off Symphony of Cell Synchronization

...us more coherent. “This doesn't change the stimulus but can make it more effective for guiding our behavior,” Grabowecky said. “When you need to dig deep to summon that extra ounce of attention, it's as if you engage a symphony of brain activity that can come to your rescue as millions of neurons t...

Autism: The Brain Digs Its Own Grave

...charge of response to emotions. This has tickled scientists’ thinking, to probe if the brain in autistic patients is overly strained that it begins to dig its own grave, by igniting a battle with its own cells. To understand the connection better, Richard Davidson and his team at the University of...

Banking (T)issues : cloning issue surfaces

...arch should definitely be channelised back into research projects. The current research has been sandwiched into a three tier program, intending to dig deeper into the ethics related to tissue/tumor banking. The current survey is part of a three-part study into in the ethics of tumor banking. The fi...

New System Monitors Tiny 'Earthquakes' in Bones to Prevent Fractures

...ocess digs tunnels and fills them, digs tunnels and fills them. There is a continuous renewal, but it takes longer to refill the holes than it does to dig them, so there is always some porosity, which increases the stress locally in the most porous portions of bone." Hard physical activity without ...

Crusade Against Malnutrition

...reatment with RUTF, children have more energy and are able maintain their health and weight on the standard diet of rice, corn and beans. "If we dig the children out of the deep immunologic and nutritional hole they are in, they are not very likely to fall back in," Wolff said. "We can't treat all ...
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