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Cost-Conscious Texans Find Relief with Direct Access Lab Testing

...ccess to medical lab testing through Any Lab Test Now®. Plano, TX (PRWEB) July 24, 2009 -- This down economy may be the bane of most American businesses, but one local medical lab testing company has found its niche. Opened December 2008, Any Lab Test Now® in Plano h...

Los Angeles Jewish Home Support Group Presents Humanitarian Award and Visionary Award

... Los Angeles Jewish Home, presented its annual Tom bane Humanitarian Award to Fred N. Gaines, the group's ... awards lunch and installation event. The Tom bane Humanitarian Award is presented annually to an Exe...ando Valley Bar Association. Gaines worked for Tom bane as an intern when Mr....

Restricting kids' video time reduces obesity, randomized trial shows

... BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Entrenched sedentary behavior such as watching television and playing computer video games has been the bane for years of parents of overweight children and physicians trying to help those children lose pounds. There has been little scientifically based res...

Sound medicine at Acoustics Meeting

...nisms form when they clump together on a solid surface, communicate with one another, and secrete a mucus-like substance. Biofilms are not just the bane of falling hikers, though. They can form inside pipes and foul the water supplies. Moreover, bacteria like Staph. aureus can form biofilms on medical ...

Unsafe Sex, HIV Infected Transfusion Spreading AIDS in Madhya Pradesh

... patients in the state is attributed to low awareness and an acute lack of infrastructure to tackle the disease and cash crunch, which have become the bane of the anti-AIDs drive in the state. Even the rural areas are not spared, studies say. "While urbanisation, rapid industrialisation and changing...

Changing Food Habits: Fodder For Thought

... are we not becoming a land of the intolerant hypocrites? Is the proverbial Indian tolerance melting into a myth? Although a ban may help to curb the bane of alcoholism, it must be treated as an abominable social evil and dealt with accordingly. Let us leave behind the days when dietary choices dec...

Australia's Baby Bonus Plan has Increased the Birth Rate

...ear the pitter-patter of more tiny feet and is urging citizens to "procreate and cherish" in order to reverse the declining fertility rate that is the bane of Australia - and most other rich countries. "Let's just see if we can stabilise the decline and turn it back up - it would be a great thing fo...

Depression Could Quickly Grow Into UK’s Biggest Proble

... Depression, a disease is fast becoming a bane in the health policy of Britain. Experts arguably explain that as the person suffering from depression are not physically //marked or hurting it becom...

Six More Bhopal Gas Tragedy Continues to Take Toll

...t (the Bhopal) gas tragedy victims should get the right treatment and not be ignored,' said Jabbar. 'Ignorance and carelessness have become the bane of the BMHRC,' said Shaukat Ali, who lost her sister Afsar Jahan May 6. She alleged that her sister died after she was administered a wrong injectio...

Testtube Babies Born in Kenya

...e-sex couples, women after menopause and thereby several legal and ethical concerns as well. Only time will tell whether IVF has served as a boon or a bane to manknd. ...

Gay and HIV + men have no qualms revealing HIV status

...support groups. This is also known to help them enjoy the support of their families which inclines their disassociation with risky behavior, often the bane of HIV+ people. It is also observed that such men who receive backing from their families do not suffer depression. The findings are published in...

Snappy Mobiles Known To Cause Snappish Behavior in Families

... There is a flip side to cell phones as well! The Cell Boom, a boon to communication has turned a bane to family relationships, according to a recent study.// As part of the study, more than a thousand steady mobile phone users were tracked for ...

Skin Cancer Clinics under the Scanner

...e that skin cancer clinics are standardized. In another article in the same journal, it is revealed that non-melanoma skin cancer is the country's bane with two in 100 Australians getting treated for the basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma in 2002. ...

Nobel For Ulcer-Defying Aussie Scientists

...ember. The Prize carries a $1.3 million purse, a gold medal and a face-to-face meeting with the Swedish royal family. Peptic ulcers have been the bane of millions of people all over the world since times immemorial. Basically an ulcer is the wearing away of the lining of the stomach due to excess sec...
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