New, More Effective Acne Treatment Program Launches
azap Skin has launched a new, more effective line of customized acne treatment products for normal and oily skin. For a limited time purchase the azap Skin acne treatment for oily skin, or normal skin for $39.95 online. A scientifically designed acne treatment, the azap Skin treatment products ge...
Be The MatchSM Brand Campaign Launches
Minneapolis-based ad agency, Preston Kelly, to launch national marketing campaign to raise awareness of the National Marrow Donor Program
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) April 24, 2009 -- The National Marrow Donor Program® (NMDP) and Preston Kelly, an independent agency in ...
BioRelix and Dalton Medicinal Chemistry Expand and Renew Research Agreement to Capitalize on Riboswitches
BioRelix, pioneers in the discovery and development of Riboswitch based therapeutic agents, and Dalton Medicinal Chemistry have jointly announced an expansion and renewal of their exclusive worldwide collaboration and agreement to discover and develop new therapeutics.
Licensed Practical Nurse Career Resource Center Launches
All Nursing Schools provides students with an in-depth licensed practical nursing career resource center to learn about the many LPN career and school opportunities available in today's thriving nursing industry.
Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) February 6, 2009 -- All Star ...
Health Education Solutions Launches Online Certification Programs for Critical Care Medical Professionals
...out Health Education Solutions
Health Education Solutions (HES) is a leading provider of continuing education solutions for healthcare professionals. hes
offers complete ACLS and PALS provider education courses and is the only organization to develop materials, courses, and certification tests in partne...
Pacquiao Hosts Post-Christmas/Post-Birthday Victory Celebration
...ty in boxing sports history and what a way to end the year than for Pacquiao to celebrate it with friends, family and supporters in Los Angeles, where hes
been training since 2001.
Proceeds from the event will benefit The Blue Diamond Foundation, which was established to assist those who need acces...
BioTime, Inc. and Embryome Sciences, Inc. Launch Embryome.com and the International Embryome Initiative
...ll be gene trapped and constitutive derivatives of hes
cells that send beacons of light in response to th...fertilized human eggs, and technology and approved hes
cell lines licensed by BioTime from the Wisconsin ...y have focused on the therapeutic opportunities of hes
cells, and the generous $3 billion of funding prov...
How defects in 1 gene cause 3 distinct and devastating human diseases
... at sites where it should be transcribing.
White agrees that CS seems to result from mutations that influence the XPD proteins flexibility. However, hes
not yet sure exactly how that leads to the symptoms of CS.
The new insights into XPD point to the importance of whole proteins, not just their acti...
Geriatrician finds senior's gait a sign of what's to come
...king in the Division of Geriatric Medicine at Victoria Hospital, London Health Sciences Centre and Parkwood Hospital, St Josephs Health Care, London. hes
also an associate scientist with the Lawson Health Research Institute.
Knowing how debilitating falls and fractures can be, Montero-Odasso measured...
LA BioMed to honor 3 of its legendary
...ology at the University of California, Irvine College of Medicine.
Dr. Turner served in several administrative roles at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. hes
also received numerous honors and awards, including the Silver Knight of Management Award, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, from the National Management As...
Every Boston Red Sox Home Run Televised on NESN in 2008 to Help Children With Medical Needs
14 states from Massachusetts to Florida. Hess operates about 160 locations
in New England.
About Hess Corporation
Hess Corporation (NYSE: hes
), with headquarters in New York, is a
global integrated energy company engaged in the exploration, production,
purchase, transportation and sale of c...
Business of drug development on verge of great change
...r pharmaceutical industry researcher who understands the business of drug development, having previously worked at Merck & Co. for a number of years. hes
observed that industry scientists are constrained in the scope of targets and diseases they study by commercial regulations imperatives which do not e...
Mysterious fevers of unknown origin: Could surgery be a cure?
... has now seen 60 children with PFAFA, first described in the medical literature in 1987, and the findings continue to hold up. Given how many children hes
seen in just five years, he thinks the condition isnt all that uncommon, though it is underrecognized and unknown to most pediatricians and otolaryngo...
Brain scientist shedding light on learning, memory
...he memory of mice is impaired, or enhance them.
talking about Doogie, a mouse that over-expresses ...rs, could enable such studies, Dr. Tsien says.
excited that fellow brain researchers at MCG along with the system neurobiologists hes
recruiting will take the lead on breaking the brai...
Lung damage in babies with congenital heart disease under study
...or TGF-1, and vascular endothelial growth factor, or VEGF, being critical. hes
found that TGF-1 increases VEGF, which increases blood vessel growth: withi...p the body, do any good" The short answer is we dont know, says Dr. Black.
seeking additional funding to look at the dysfunction in nitric oxide signa...
Poor sleep more dangerous for women
...ur or more to fall asleep showed the worst risk profile.
The study was supported by a grant from the National Institutes of Health.
Suarez says hes
planning further studies to understand the complex relationship between health risk and poor sleep in men and women. He believes that the gender diffe...
New steroid test uses oil exploration technique
...rbon dating samples in the future the fundamental research for this is taking place at the moment.
Professor Snape is an expert on hydropyrolysis hes
been working on the technique, both in industry and academia, for the past 25 years. Over the coming year he hopes to refine the testing process, expl...
ITRAC on track and bridging gap between academic research and applied discovery
...atient impact potential is supported.
David Johnson, president and CEO of BioCrossroads, the states initiative to develop the life sciences, said hes
not aware of any other university using ITRACs approach to translate discovery into action.
Its revolutionary, Johnson said. Although its in an ac...
Cell division studies hint at future cancer therapy
... When a cells assets get divided between daughter cells, Dr. Quansheng Du wants to make sure both offspring do well.
dissecting the complex, continuous and amazing process that enables one cell to become two.
When all goes well, cell division, or mitosis, helps re...
Hypnotist ready to kick cigarette butt
Aldersons success with hypnosis lies in the hundreds of patients hes
helped to quit smoking and the many more with other goals. hes
the author of four previous books including Grade Power: The Complete Guide...
Cranberries really are a miracle cure for women
...he folklore. Prof. Ofek's research on the tart berry over the past two decades shows that its juice indeed combats urinary tract infections.
discovered, the refreshing red beverage has additional medicinal qualities as well. Prof. Ofek has found that cranberry juice exhibits anti-viral pro...
New strategies work to put cancer on the firing line
...T cells, so he can use a delivery mechanism that also gets their attention. hes
using the lentivector, the backbone of HIV minus most of the genes, as the ...r the radar screen but actually suppressing the immune response. Two of Dr. hes
MCG colleagues discovered one of those suppressive mechanisms.
University of Cincinnati researcher receives 'highest' honor awarded to young scientists
...era. He hopes the camera will provide scientists with a better way to study cell and fluid movement in three dimensions plus the fourth Dreal time.
working with colleagues at Caltech and the University of Washington to take Caltechs prototype 4-D camera technology and redesign it to fit on the end...
Drug combination might offer hope for patients deadly brain tumors
...d Vredenburgh. We had one patient on this trial who had been already been told to get his affairs in order; he started the trial and over a year later hes
still here, so this is very promising.
Bevacizumab has been heralded as a success in treating several types of cancer, including colorectal and lun...
What's been causing your knee to ache? Smurfs!
...Think of a 25-year male old who tears his meniscus. Today, after successfully removing the torn meniscus fragment and physical therapy, in most cases, hes
right back to his regular activity level, Rosier said. But if his physician can tell him with certainty that he will develop osteoarthritis, he has th...
New study questions the validity of publishing hospital mortality rates
...the mortality rates reported by the administrative hes
database and an alternative system, the clinically... 1st April 2000 and 31st March 2002.
They found hes
did not provide reliable patient numbers or 30-day mortality data. On average hes
recorded 20 percent fewer cases than CCAD and only...
Novel strategy under study for aggressive leukemia
...tients with leukemia.
For example, one of the histone deacetylase inhibitors Dr. Bhalla will study in the lab, LBH589, developed by Novartis Corp., hes
also studying in an early clinical trial for patients with leukemia and lymphoma for whom standard therapies have failed. Several FLT-3 kinase inhibit...
Baby Bump Sparks Off Pregnancy Rumours Again for Holmes
...ld like to have more children, she replied: "Yes, definitely."
The New York Post recently reported that Cruise was so loves being a dad, that hes
not only more playful and determined to 'reclaim his inner child', but also frequently searches Internet auction site eBay site to track down his own ...
Emergency Department Guidelines to Improve Quality Patient Care
... although nursing staff have embraced the new focus on quality care and the use of guidelines, physicians compliance with using CPQE tools is low. But hes
hoping that will change as they continue trying to prove the system actually works.
The shift from relying on memory to utilizing guidelin...