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First Anniversary of New War on Cancer Marks Many Advances

...Cancer Prevention and Survivorship help create more support for improving abilities and reducing barriers to navigating the health care system," said angelina Esparza, R.N., director of the Patient Navigation program at the American Cancer Society. "The federal government has come out quite strongly in this ...

BODY WORLDS Anatomical Exhibitions of Donor Bodies Receives 28 Millionth Visitor.

... call a joint work. "It is a collaboration between donor, anatomist, and visitor, some even agree it's a joint quest towards enlightenment," said Dr. angelina Whalley, planner and designer of the exhibitions. BODY WORLDS made its debut in Tokyo in 1995 and has toured more than 50 cities in Europ...

New e.p.t.(R)/BabyCenter(R) Fertility Report Reveals 70 Percent of Moms Want Tighter Regulation on In-Vitro Fertilization

...tility, by offering the most accurate pregnancy tests available on the market." Surprisingly, many of the women surveyed (39 percent) believe angelina Jolie, with a total of six children, is the celebrity that most closely fits their idea of how to build a family. In addition, 65 percent of the women...

The Psychology of Celebrity Worship

...orship is a modern phenomenon. But from the gods on Olympus in ancient Greece to the bobby-soxers swooning over Frank Sinatra in the 1950s to Brad and angelina today, adulation of the stars is an age-old pursuit, psychologists say. Jackson's sudden death Thursday at age 50, just weeks before he was to laun...

BODY WORLDS Exhibition Uses Lung Specimens to Launch Anti-Smoking Campaign at the San Diego Natural History Museum

...ettes on the glass display case containing the smoker's lung. "Each rejected pack marked a victory by one person against nicotine addiction," said Dr. angelina Whalley, a physician, and designer of the BODY WORLDS exhibitions. "Many visitors to the exhibition reported that they had tried everything but only...

One of North America's Largest Exhibitions of Dental Products Brings More than 30,000 Dental Professionals to Chicago

...o dentists surveyed. Men seek Brad Pitt's smile the most; in 2006, Tom Cruise had that starring role. Other frequently requested famous smiles include angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston, Tom Cruise and President Barack Obama. Established in 1864, the Chicago Dental Society counts more than 4,300 ...

Hard Economic Times Affect Patients, Dentists - and the Tooth Fairy

...ed celebrity smile. Men seek Brad Pitt's smile the most -- in 2006 Tom Cruise had that starring role. Other frequently requested famous smiles include angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston, Tom Cruise and President Barack Obama. Friend your dentist? Twenty percent of dentists surveyed used online networking...

Expanded save the date: ASTMH Annual Meeting

...sease Program in Baton Rouge, LA. Is Traveling Internationally with Children as Easy as Celebrities Make it Seem?: High profile celebrities such as angelina Jolie and Madonna are often photographed traveling internationally, sometimes to underdeveloped countries with their young children in tow. While they...

Celebrity Moms' Post-Baby Body Triggers Jealousy, Skepticism in U.S. Moms

... Less than 30 percent of new moms were inspired by celebrity moms. -- Reese Witherspoon is the celebrity mom's body most admired by respondents. * angelina Jolie, Jennifer Garner, Jennifer Lopez, Demi Moore and Catherine Zeta Jones, respectively, also topped the list. The Majority of Moms Think about th...

UT Southwestern: Hidden facial cheek fat compartments are key to youthful appearance

...ne issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. "Cheeks are vital to what we consider beautiful from chubby-cheeked infants to Hollywood stars like angelina Jolie." Plastic surgeons performed nearly 8,000 cheek implants in 2007, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. In addition, nearly...
Angelina in Medical Technology

First Town Hall Meeting on Inequities in Clinical Trials to Take Place at the Harlem Hospital Center on October 20

...lic Health Program at the Fox Chase Cancer Center; Patricia K. Bradley, Ph.D., RN, Assistant Professor at the Villanova University College of Nursing; angelina Esparza, BA, BSN, RN, Director of Survivorship, Information and Quality of Life for American Cancer Society; Hildy Dillon, Senior Vice President of Pa...
Angelina in Biological News

Study finds that nutritionally enhanced rice reduces iron deficiency

...n Beard and Dr. Laura E. Murray-Kolb from the Department of Nutritional Sciences at Pennsylvania State University, Prof. Angelita del Mundo and Prof. angelina Felix from the University of the Philippines Los BaƱos, and Dr. Glenn Gregorio from the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), oversaw a study ...
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