U.S. Congress Introduces H.R. 2248 'DON'T LET THE BED BUGS BITE ACT OF 2009'
PASSAIC, N.J., July 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The Honorable G. K. Butterfield, Jr., Democrat of North Carolina, along with 8 other House Representatives have introduced the "DON'T LET
THE BED BUGS BITE ACT OF 2009" to establish a grant in support of states efforts to root out the eve...
Photos: Don't Let Them See You Sweat This Summer
PIPERSVILLE, Pa., July 23 /PRNewswire/ -- For the millions of Americans suffering from hyperhidrosis, excessive sweating, the body's mechanism for cooling itself is overactive and can cause sweat production that is up to four or five times more than normal. While some people may only thi...
DNA-damaged cells communicate with neighbors to let them know they're in trouble
When cells experiencing DNA damage fail to repair themselves, they send a signal to their neighbors letting them know they're in trouble. The discovery, which shows that a process dubbed the DDR (DNA Damage Response) also controls communication from cell to cell, has implications for both cancer a...
Dysport Added as a Procedure on AmericanHealthandBeauty.com: Let the Wrinkle Wars Begin
After recent FDA approval and a surge in interest from readers, AmericanHealthandBeauty.com has added Dysport, formerly known as Reloxin, as a procedure on their website.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 19, 2009 -- Dysport (TM), a new cosmetic injectable used for treatment of...
New Fitness Website Offers a No Gym, No Equipment, No Excuses Workout Solution: SqueezeItIn.com Challenges You to Let Life Be Your Workout
WASHINGTON, June 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Multitask Productions LLC is changing the way you think about exercise by launching SqueezeItIn.com --a website and online community featuring dynamic videos of exercises and a content-rich blog designed to help you make simple, effective exercises a part of yo...
Don't Let Your Summer Vacation Be Threatened by 'Guilty Vacation Syndrome'
Study Shows 90 Percent of People Have It, New Malady Can Be Cured
WASHINGTON, May 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The symptoms often go undetected. They are mistaken for other, less serious ailments. But thanks to a new initiative conducted by the American Resort Development Association (ARDA),...
Indy Lights Racer Charlie Kimball Doesn't Let Diabetes Slow Him Down
American Race Car Driver Partners with Novo Nordisk and Proves His High Performance Career is Possible with Diabetes
PRINCETON, N.J., April 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Novo Nordisk, a world leader in diabetes care, today announced a partnership with 24-year-old race car driver, Charlie Kimball, now ...
Technique May Let More Women Use Tamoxifen
30% of breast cancers currently don't respond to this type of estrogen-linked drug
MONDAY, Feb. 23 (HealthDay News) -- Researchers have found a way to "switch on" estrogen sensitivity in breast tumor cells, thereby making them vulnerable to the breast cancer drug tamoxifen.
Correct Shopping Posture: A Dozen Medical Stocking Stuffers to Get You Through the Holidays Pain-Free. Don't Let Shopping Put a Crimp in Your Christmas, or Your Back
“There’s a right way and a wrong way to shop,” says Dr. Louis Obersteadt, and he’s not referring to where you’re shopping, what you’re buying or how much you’re spending, he’s referring to the proper way to carry your gifts. “I don’t car...
Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow
snow shoveling ruin your winter wonderland
ROSEMONT, Ill., Dec. 2 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Snow shoveling tends to be an unpleasant task -- this mundane seasonal chore combines heavy lifting and cold weather, resulting in possible injuries to the back, shoulder muscles if sho...
Dry Skin? Don't Let Winter Win
Here are tips for keeping supple in the cold season
SATURDAY, Nov. 29 (HealthDay News) -- Dry winter air can cause your skin to crack, chafe, itch and develop dry patches, but there are a number of things you can do to protect your skin, says Jeff Moore, an instructor of pharmaceutics ...
Don't Let Economic Struggles Destroy Your Teeth
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Does this look familiar?
Bailouts, the stock market is down, global recession, high unemployment
levels, retail stores are ghost towns, and everyone is uninsured without a
retirement plan. It should, it's impossible to read today's headlines and
Lumension Security Launches Podcast On Application Whitelisting: Keep The Bad Guys Out - Let The Good Guys In
First National Bank of Bosque County Senior Vice President Brent Rickles Explains How to Protect Systems from Potential Unknown.
Scottsdale, Ariz. (PRWEB) September 10, 2008 -- Lumension Security™ Inc., a recognized, global leader in security management, launches ...
AUDIO from Medialink, Eli Lilly and the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists: Don't let Natural Disasters Leave you Without Needed Medications
NEW YORK, June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Natural disasters are a tremendous
hardship for everyone they affect, but for those who need medication to
manage disease, they can be even more catastrophic.
Listen to this report from Eli Lilly and the American Association of
Clinical Endocrinologists at:
Don't Let Injury Spoil Outdoor Summer Fun
Preventing problems requires preparation, planning and anticipating trouble, experts say
MONDAY, June 16 (HealthDay News) -- Now that the outdoor recreation season is in full swing, new statistics from the U.S. government warn that your risk of injury is also in full swing.
Don't Let Gas Ruin Your Summer BBQ
Start Your Barbecue with Charcoal Briquettes and End with Activated Charcoal
EAST LONGMEADOW, Mass., June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Fourth of July
celebrations are quickly approaching, which means one thing ... BBQ season
is officially underway.
Survey: Parents Let Their Own Experiences Affect Drug and Alcohol Boundaries Set for Teens at Prom and Graduation Parties
Teens Say Prescription Drug Abuse Also May Be Part of the Festivities
NEW YORK, May 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A new survey released today
from the Partnership for a Drug-Free America(R) and MetLife Foundation
found that parents' personal past experiences with alcohol and drugs at
Wired, Working Americans Let Nighttime Health Routines Slide
National Survey Reveals Americans Are in Overdrive
Trend Expert Addresses Impact of Technology on Health; Fitness Expert Denise Austin Offers Nightly Wellness Tips
MORRIS PLAINS, N.J., April 24 /PRNewswire/ -- After a long day at the
office, do you reach for your ce...
Brain Scans Let Computer 'Read' Visual Activity
Researchers suggest finding could lead to ways to decode the mind for therapeutic purposes
WEDNESDAY, March 5 (HealthDay News) -- Using brain scans and computer models, researchers report they have found a way to "read" visual activity in the brain.
The process relies on functional ...
In jazz improv, large portion of brain's prefrontal region 'takes 5' to let creativity flow
When John Coltrane was expanding the boundaries of the well-known song My Favorite Things at the Village Vanguard in May 1966, no one could have known what inspired him to take the musical turns he took. But imaging researchers may now have a better picture of how the brain was helping to carry hi...
Don't Let Hair Loss Tangle You Up: Dermatologists Can Identify Common Hair Disorders and Offer Solutions
SAN ANTONIO, Feb. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Noticing a few extra hairs in your
comb lately? Is your new hairstyle a result of trying to conceal areas of
thinning hair rather than a fashion choice? Are you paying more attention
to the multitude of advertisements promoting hair growth? If you answered
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Says Don't Let Snow Be a Pain: Ease into Clearing Sidewalks, Drives
Michigan Blues recommend people pace themselves when shoveling
DETROIT, Dec. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- With much of the state experiencing
one of the snowiest Decembers in several seasons and prospects for more on
the horizon, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network
Don't Let Influenza Ruin Your Holidays - Get Vaccinated
NFID Urges Influenza Vaccination Into the New Year
BETHESDA, Md., Dec. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- With the hectic holiday season
in full swing, getting vaccinated against influenza, commonly known as "the
flu," is an important way to keep you and your family healthy. Too many
people think i...
Don't Let the Holidays Go to Waist!
Cabot(R) Creamery Cooperative Recipes Are Fit to Celebrate
CABOT, Vt., Dec. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- It's called a "festive" season
because, well, we feast. But if you're concerned about adding inches to
your waistline during the holidays, there is a delicious way to celebrate
the season and s...
Dermatologists Warn Fitness Enthusiasts: Don't Let Exercise-Related Skin Problems Outweigh the Benefits of Physical Activity
NEW YORK, Nov. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- The changing of the season brings
cooler weather, shorter days and more people heading to health clubs for a
healthy dose of indoor exercise. While experts agree that exercise is one
of the most beneficial activities a person can do to improve one's overall
Don’t Let Symptoms of Whooping Cough Escape You, Parents Warne
Parents in Toronto have been alerted to be watchful for symptoms of whooping cough in children; this alert has been sounded after recent reports, of increase in such cases in// the previous year.
A recent report has established the increase in cases - from 178 cases in 2005 to 669 cases in 20...
Don’t Let Eggs Harm You- Follow Egg Safety Rule
A bacterium called Salmonella enteriditis (SE) is present in eggs sometimes, and when preparations //made from these eggs( without being properly cooked) are eaten, may cause illness. The FDA (The U. S. Food and Drug Administration) warns consumers to be aware of this bacteria and follow food safet...
Therapy Modulates Highly Sensitized Immune System to Let Mother Give Kidney to Daughter
As the holidays approached last year, Soraya Kohanzadeh, 30, Muir Beach, CA, was living day to day, extremely ill, with no hope and expecting to live a shortened life// dependent on kidney dialysis. She needed a kidney transplant but because her “anti-donor” antibody levels were so high, her doctor...
Fast Food : Let the Consumer Feel the Pinch
The calories that contribute to ill health are loaded in fast foods, which deserve to go off the shelf and consequentially off the lives of many // , who are negatively influenced by their advertised benefits to health. To begin with, the ideal thing would be to ensure the promotional campaigns for...
Personality Disorders Caused Army To Let Go Of 1,000 Soldiers
It is reported that the Army was forced to discharge about a 1,000 soldiers due to their suffering from personality disorders//. This is the same reason why private Steven D. Green, who is accused of raping and killing an Iraqi woman and murdering her family, was also discharged.
Steven D. Gre...
Is it ok to let kids watch too much of television?
A recent study done to evaluate the current trend of young children regarding television viewing has provided some alarming results, with nearly 60 percent of kids younger than age two watching more than an hour of TV a day. //The hours of TV watching is also consistently high amongst 3 to 5 year o...
Desert Oasis Healthcare Featured in USA Today
...plicated in the rest of the country," said CEO Dr. Richard Merkin. "I congratulate Desert Oasis Healthcare and the group who went to Washington, DC to let
our lawmakers know we collected the data with over 10,000 signed petitions from seniors making their wishes clear."
The seniors and Dr. Hoffing...
Kool Smiles Relies on Wyse Technology Virtual Clients to Improve Patient Care and Security of Electronic Health Records (EHRs)
...to ensure quality of care and financial accountability. With all records in electronic form, staff can simply provide system access to regulators and let
them view the data instead of spending time pulling up files to answer regulators' questions.
"Our cost savings with the virtual clients from W...
What's Lurking in Your Kitchen?
...appliance, Dellutri recommends filling a microwave-safe bowl halfway with water, adding a tablespoon of vinegar, and placing it inside the microwave. let
the microwave run for five minutes, then wipe down the inside with a clean towel or paper towel. The heated water and vinegar will steam up the micro...
Back-to-School Parents Earn an A+ in Safety: Backpacks, Cheerleading, Football
... be strictly enforced.
Learn to recognize early signs of pain and discomfort in children, and teach children to be aware of those signs as well. let
them know they should notify their coach or parent as soon as they experience any pain.
Require each child see a physician to undergo a pre-seas...
Motorcyclist Lives On, Rides On Through Organ Donation
...ars later, he was hospitalized due to his disease and begged the doctors to let
him return home as he waited for his transplant. While his wish was granted...positive impact they can have by registering in the Ohio Donor Registry and let
them know they have the opportunity to live on and ride on by donating life...
Atlanta Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon Thomas Lintner, MD Renewing Bodies and Spirits for New Moms with a Mommy Makeover
...me aesthetic issues caused by pregnancy. “Most women, after they deliver, should wait about six months before they come in for a consultation to let
their bodies re-adapt so they don’t need as much surgery as they would if they came in right away.”
Patients at Advanced Aesthetic Sur...
Tennessee's New Life Center for Bariatric Surgery Launches Comprehensive Website Reaching out to Sufferers of Morbid Obesity
...gion, and it’s launching an advanced new website equipped with some of the latest tools of the internet to educate patients on its programs, and let
them know how they can overcome morbid obesity with potentially lifesaving treatment.
The New Life Center’s new website is an expansive...
Despite Attacks, A.L.L. Calls on Catholic Organizations to Condemn 'Obamacare'
...ation or press inquiries, please contact Katie Walker at 540.659.4942.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
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Congress Know Health Care Reform Can't Wait http://www.stvincentdepaul.net/pdf/Let%20Congress%20know%20that%20Health%20Care%20Reform%20Can.pdf ...
Over 74,000 Participate in President Obama Teleforum on Healthcare Reform
"Issues like healthcare reform have pent-up demand for public education. We've used new media to redefine the town hall, which was created to let
people hear a voice, not an echo. Technologies just make this easier for everyone," said Mike Davis, executive vice president of Broadnet.