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BluePrintCleanse to Create a Juice Rush With Free Shipping to State of California

NEW YORK, July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- BluePrintCleanse (BPC), the popular nutritional juice cleanse Food & Wine Magazine recently dubbed "the cleanse for foodies," responded to a groundswell of requests from the Golden State by announcing today that it will offer fr...

BluePrintCleanse to Create a Juice Rush With Free Shipping to State of California

NEW YORK, July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- BluePrintCleanse (BPC), the popular nutritional juice cleanse Food & Wine Magazine recently dubbed "the cleanse for foodies," responded to a groundswell of requests from the Golden State by announcing today that it will offer fr...

Blood Rush to the Brain When Angry Is a Good Sign

Healthy reaction to mental stress not seen in those with high blood pressure, study finds FRIDAY, July 10 (HealthDay News) -- Anger and other forms of mental stress cause dilation of the neck's carotid arteries and a rush of blood to the brain in healthy people, but this doesn't occur ...

Preventing a second stroke is focus of study at Rush University Medical Center

Rush University Medical Center is participating in a National Institutes of Health (NIH) study to determine the best course of treatment to reduce the risk of stroke patients suffering another stroke. The study will determine if aggressive treatment of stroke victims for high blood pressure and ch...

TV News Coverage Reports on InnerCool's CoolBlue System Treatment of Cardiac Shock Patient Following Childbirth at Rush Hospital, Chicago

SAN DIEGO, Feb. 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Cardium Therapeutics (NYSE Alternext US: CXM) and its operating unit InnerCool Therapies today reported that InnerCool's CoolBlue surface temperature modulation system was highlighted in a television segment that aired on Chicago's NBC 5 News. The stor...

The Salvation Army and Rush University Medical Center Launches 'Keep it Fit Chicago'

Unique program starts with families in Englewood CHICAGO, Jan. 10 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Salvation Army and Rush University announce the launch of Keep it Fit Chicago , a comprehensive, team-oriented, six-month program designed to help Chicago residents create healthier lifestyles...

Acuo Technologies Announces Vendor Neutral Archiving Contract With Rush University Medical Center

ST. PAUL, Minn., Dec. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Acuo Technologies(R), developers of high-performance software for intelligent medical image management, data migration tools and services, today announced the contracting with Rush University Medical Center of Chicago, IL, for a new vendor neutral archivin...

Dr. Jeffrey Rush and Richard Gilchrist Join NHP Board of Directors

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., Aug. 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Nationwide Health Properties, Inc. (NYSE: NHP ) announced today the appointment of Dr. Jeffrey L. Rush and Richard I. Gilchrist to its Board of Directors. "Jeff and Rick are remarkably accomplished leaders who bring valuable experience t...

Congressman Rush Joins Fight For Health Care & Financial Security

"Divided We Fail" Efforts Focus on Action & Answers for Affordable Health Care, Financial Security CHICAGO, May 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Soaring health care costs and low retirement savings are taking a harsh toll on families across the nation. Congressman Bobby Rush has joined with AA...

Otho S.A. Sprague Memorial Institute awards Rush nearly $125,000 for new patient-safety project

The Otho S.A. Sprague Memorial Institute has awarded Rush University Medical Center a $124,633 grant to support a first-of-its-kind patient-safety project. The pilot program will use Rushs mediation program to foster the development of interventions to avoid or modify activities and procedures tha...

Otho S.A. Sprague Memorial Institute awards Rush $230,000 for childhood obesity prevention

Obesity is one of the greatest health risks for children in the United States and, unfortunately, its on the rise. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of obese children in America has tripled since 1980. To help Rush University Medical Center more effectively ad...

Researchers find new way to block destructive rush of immune cells

Researchers have found a way to selectively block the ability of white blood cells to crawl toward the sites of injury and infection when such mobility drives disease, according to a study published today in The Journal of Experimental Medicine. The results suggest a new treatment approach for aut...

Bobby Rush Revue and James 'Super Chikan' Johnson Announced for Post-Race Concert

JACKSON, Miss., Dec. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Legendary blues artists Bobby Rush and James "Super Chikan" Johnson will perform at the post-race concert for the inaugural Mississippi Blues Marathon and Half-Marathon on Saturday, January 5, 2008. The concert will take place at Hal & Mal's, located at 2...

Nutritionist Claudia Gonzalez Shares Tips for Eating Well On-the-Go During the Busy Holiday Rush

Good Nutrition is now the Easiest Part the Holiday Season ROSELAND, N.J., Nov. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Traveling with your family can be overwhelming, especially during the busy holiday season. Unfortunately many get drawn into buying an unhealthy snack or meal that might not o...

Rush of honor for Rush University – Magnet Status for Excellence in Nursin

Chicago – Rush University Medical Center has yet again been honored with the Magnet status, given for excellence in nursing. // This is considered to be the highest recognition for nursing services signifying superior nursing care to patients. This is for the second time that Rush University has re...

Hospitals Appeal to Citizen Groups to Rush Doctors, Paramedicals

Hospitals in the city tonight appealed to citizens and citizens groups to donate blood, rush doctors and paramedical staff to help treat those injured in this evening's serial bomb blasts' injured. // Doctors in several hospitals including KEM, V N Desai and Bhaba, which are getting hordes of...

Poultry Deaths, Farmers Rush To Vet Centres in Tamil Nadu

The death of poultry and the overcrowding of farm owners in local veterinary centres has created much panic regarding the possibility of a bird flu outbreak in Tamil Nadub //. The deadly avian influenza virus outbreak in India was first reported in the month of February. More than 20 chickens d...

Hospice Care Eases the End for Loyal Pets

...nonprofit's business office and inpatient-care unit for families who can't physically or financially tend to their dying pets at home. People often rush to euthanize their animals after receiving a terminal diagnosis then feel like they "executed" their best friend, Meyers said. But that's not the case...

Elder Abuse, Neglect Make Early Death Far More Likely

...s," said study author Dr. XinQi Dong, an associate professor of medicine at rush University Medical Center in Chicago. Though people often associate deme... SOURCES: XinQi Dong, M.D., associate professor, medicine, rush University Medical Center, Chicago; Karin Ouchida, M.D., assistant professo...

One Million Americans - and Counting - Come Out Against President Obama's Health Care Plan

...about the health care landscape, the more disenchanted our audience became with President Obama's desire for a so called 'public option,' and with his rush to get health care reform completed by the end of the summer." "We are thrilled that our educational outreach with Salem Radio Network led to su...

Hispanic Alliance Urges Congress to Work Through Recess on Health

...ue practicing -- not drive them out of medicine. Those kinds of solutions take hard work and true bipartisan compromise, but they don't happen in the rush to a month-long summer vacation. Congress should stay in Washington and get the job done right." ...

Robotics insights through flies' eyes

...ents in space produce so-called "optical flux fields" that characterize specific kinds of motion definitively. In forward motion, for example, objects rush past on the sides, and foreground objects appear to get bigger. Near and distant objects appear to move differently. The first step for the fly is to ...

National Coalition of Front-Line Skilled Nursing Clinicians: Bipartisan Momentum to Stop CMS Medicare Regulation, Subsequent Funding Cuts, Grows in Congress

...ompson (D-MS), Barbara Lee (D-CA), Jesse Jackson, Jr. (D-IL), Gwen Moore (D-WI), Marcia Fudge (D-OH), Donna Edwards (D-MD), Robert Scott (D-VA), Bobby rush (D-IL), Sanford Bishop (D-GA), Artur Davis (D-AL), Corrine Brown (D-FL) and Andre Carson (D-IN) June 26th letter led by U.S. Representatives She...

ASTRO announces 2009 Fellows

...tion Committee who made recommendations to the ASTRO Board of Directors to make the final decision. The 2009 ASTRO Fellows are: Ross Abrams, M.D., rush University, Chicago Beatriz E. Amendola, M.D., Innovative Cancer Institute, South Miami, Fla. Mark W. Dewhirst, D.V.M., Ph.D., Duke University Medic...

Rush University Medical Center studies program to help older adults transition from hospital to home

... In light of health care reform measures, rush University Medical Center has launched a study of ...m the hospital, the patient receives a call from a rush social worker, whose responsibility is to ensure f...als and in-home care. Over the two years of the rush program, the social workers involved have found se...

Gentiva(R) Health Services Signs Agreement to Acquire Home Health Agency with Offices in Mississippi and Alabama

...provider of comprehensive home health services, announced today that it has signed a definitive agreement to purchase Magna Home Health, a part of the rush Health System, located in central Mississippi and west central Alabama. Both states require a certificate of need (CON) by county to participate in th...

Need for At-Home Blood Pressure Monitoring Underscored by High-Profile Cardiac Deaths

...ct by only monitoring it in a doctor's office, which is why home blood pressure monitoring is so important," says Dr. Annabelle Volgman, cardiologist, rush University Medical Center. "It's an absolutely critical step for anyone with known or suspected hypertension and may provide the only early warning t...

Congress Moves Forward With Tax-Funded Abortion Plans

... Congressional leaders he wants them to pass a measure to permit the government to take over healthcare before they leave for their August break. The rush is on because public support for a government takeover is going south," said Perkins. "The American people are beginning to question the wisd...

Bayer HealthCare Awards $2.5 Million to Advance Hemophilia Research and Improve Patient Care

... in the care of patients with hemophilia. The awards are designed to support this role by promoting continuing education. Debra Honig, rush Hemophilia and Thrombophilia Center, Chicago, USA Kim Huot, National Institute of Public Health, Phnom Penh City, Cambodia Piet de Kle...

Dr. Benjamin Raab of Naperville, IL Selects Artefill to Meet Growing Patient Demand for a Longer Lasting Dermal Filler

...as Assistant Professor of Clinical Dermatology at Northwestern University Medical School and is on the medical staff of Edward Hospital, Naperville, rush Copley Hospital, Aurora and Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago. He is also the author or co-author of twelve scientific journal articles, a medic...

Your Surroundings Mirror Your Beliefs

...n Illinois University Carbondale, noted that the study itself is revealing: it points to examples of bias toward conservatism -- including mentions of rush Limbaugh and Dick Cheney -- without looking at the other side. "It is always easier for us to identify these biases that suggest close-mindedness ...

Supply of Key Children's Vaccine Almost Back to Normal

...d. However, supplies are still somewhat limited, and the CDC does not recommend that children who missed the booster shot during the past 18 months rush out now to get the vaccine. "Although supply is sufficient to reinstate the booster dose, there is currently only enough supply for limited catchup," ...

Latest Berry Health Benefits Revealed

... of Antioxidant Nutrients and Brain Health" Martha Clare Morris, Ph.D., rush Institute for Healthy Aging, rush University Medical Center "Topical Black Raspberry Extract and Skin ...

Stay Upbeat, Active to Keep the Mind Young

...or Robert S. Wilson, a professor of neurological and behavioral sciences at rush University Medical Center in Chicago. "The observational studies suggest pe...: Robert S. Wilson, Ph.D., professor, neurological and behavioral sciences, rush University Medical Center, Chicago; Gary Kennedy, M.D., director, division ...

West Penn Hospital Named Winner of 2009 Premier Award for Quality

...el. Nearly 3,800 hospitals were evaluated by Premier for the 2009 AFQ. Other recipients this year include Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, rush University Medical Center, Chicago and Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia. “This award is a tribute to the outstanding quality of...

New EPI Healthcare Study by June O'Neill Shows Uninsured 'Crisis' Wildly Overestimated

... of $1.6 trillion for implementing recent congressional proposals that would only address two-thirds of the problem. "We urge policymakers not to rush the healthcare debate. This study shows that we need to better understand American's uninsured population and the factors affecting both coverage and ...

Major New Report Establishes Effective Methods of Enhancing and Preserving Brain Power as We Age

...F. Kramer, University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign ; Robert S. Wilson, rush University Medical Center; and Ulman Lindenberger, Max Planck Institute fo...Kramer, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Robert S. Wilson, rush University Medical Center The event will be webcast live. Please regi...

Social Activity Keeps Elders Young, Agile

...nction and hastening their death, researchers from rush University Medical Center report. On the positi...cted data on 906 older adults who took part in the rush Memory and Aging Project from 1997 to 2008. Over a...te professor, department of neurological sciences, rush University Medical Center, Chicago; Colin Milner, ...

International Medical Device Maker; Four Executives Charged in Connection With Unlawful Clinical Trials

...ey by cutting out the FDA's oversight of clinical trials of its device. The indictment charges that the company did this for two principal reasons: to rush XR to the market first, before its competitors, and to generate published studies that it could use later to convince other surgeons to use XR off-lab...

CEL-SCI Scientist Invited to Discuss Plans to Launch Unique Manufacturing Process That Saves Cost While Enhancing the Shelf Life of Drugs at 5th Annual Aseptic Processing of Sterile Drug Products Conference

... while saving substantial cost. We believe that we will be in an excellent position to work with them to meet their growing needs as they will try to rush new drugs to market." CEL-SCI's unique, cold aseptic filling suite can be operated at temperatures between 2 degrees Celsius and room temperatu...
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