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Come Apart and Rest Awhile – It’s Christma!

Christmas is indeed a ‘ubiquitous’ festival, as it is celebrated throughout the world. The festivity of Christmas is resplendent in an estimated 26 million Indian homes.// The joys of the season is palpable atleast a month before Christmas, where people are seen making the most of the special barga...

AHIMA Enters Multinational Arena to Support HIM Worldwide Advancement

...e delivery of effective, quality healthcare, and that it should be recognized and practiced around the world," said AHIMA President, Vera Rulon. "For awhile now, AHIMA has been actively looking into new development opportunities that promise to serve healthcare consumers as well as the greater healthcare c...

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

... While many parenting concerns were revealed in the survey, the data also unveiled truths about gender superstitions, such as if you lie down for awhile after sex, you'll have a boy (almost no one surveyed believed in these superstitions). The BabyCenter ((R)) moms and moms-to-be also agree (70 percen...

Blood Emergency: Blood Supply Tips Into Danger Zone

...related layoffs and business closings mean additional cancelled blood drives. January is always one of our toughest months, since it takes awhile for people to get back into regular work routines, get back to school from holiday breaks, and begin participating in blood drives. ...

Sleep Disorder Could Signal Neurological Disease

..."It's important to point out that this is a relatively dramatic disorder that comes on in your 50s and 60s, so it's not something that happens once in awhile your entire life," Postuma explained. "A little bit of sleep talking or waking up a little confused and then falling back asleep again are normal thin...

Clot Dissolver Doesn't Boost Survival in Cardiac Arrest Patients

... to get the clot-dissolving medication to the area where it is needed because there is relatively low blood pressure," Pomerantz said. "Then, it takes awhile for it to work. It isn't a magic thing that opens the clot at once. It can take an hour or more for it to work." "Thirdly, even if you open the art...

The 2008 Youth Conference on the Game: A Weekend to Learn, Play and Honor

...o action." Glendale's Jenna Anderson shared LaPierre's enthusiasm for the Rookie Rugby activities: "I've been using the Rookie Rugby games for awhile and have had extremely positive feedback with it. I'll continue to teach my teammates and coaches the basics of Rookie Rugby so we are able to build o...

Centenarian's Vision Restored With New Sutureless Corneal Transplant Technology

...e juice every day. Her diet also includes steak, lamb, and butter. When Dr. Perl first saw Katherine he told her that she might want to wait awhile before having the surgery, but she insisted. "She is a feisty woman and she knows what she wants," said Dr. Perl, "I enjoyed treating her and I hope s...

More Men Moving Into Senior Residences

...U.S. Census Bureau, 38 percent of deaths in the United States are due to four main causes: diet, physical inactivity, smoking, and alcohol excess. For awhile now, men have been actively making lifestyle changes to combat the negative effects of these factors, including embracing a well-balanced diet and reg...

Preeclampsia Linked to Cardiovascular Problems After Pregnancy

... San Francisco, thinks this study helps explain why women with a history of preeclampsia are at risk for heart disease. "Although we have known for awhile that women with a history of preeclampsia are at increased risk of coronary artery disease, we were not sure why," Lee said. "This study suggests that...
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Scientists suspect omega-3 fatty acids could slow acute wound healing

... proteins." If the polyunsaturated fatty acids in the fish oils do indeed delay acute wound healing, then they probably should be discontinued for awhile by patients scheduled for surgery, McDaniel said. They appear to have enough of an effect that patients should at least inform their doctors if they'r...

LSU professor discovers new species

...species of lizard and probably two or three new species of frogs," he said. "But the process of certifying a new species takes so long that it will be awhile before we're certain." ...
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Former astronaut a leader in Wisconsin Spaceport

...ately, society will follow their lead. "It's like when we first started flying airplanes. Only the wealthy were able to fly," Lee said. "It will be awhile before the cost comes down but I don't think it's going to be a long time. I think within 15 or 20 years it will be fairly affordable for a thrill or ...

Business Worst Practices: A new best seller?

...y in HR: Are you a team player? I always told people in my classes to answer that interview question with, No.I am a team leader. I told them to pause awhile after saying no, to see if the interviewer would faint, and then say, I'm a team leader. Every organization wants team members and have overemphasized...

Users help software company morph in new directions

...after landing a job at Sonic Foundry. He was a software engineer on a number of audio tools, including ACID, Vegas, and Sound Forge, and stayed on for awhile after the company was acquired by Sony Digital Networks Division . He moved on to DNASTAR for a couple of years, and started Screaming Bee with ...
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