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NutraCea-Sponsored Study Demonstrates Benefits of Replacing Wheat Flour with Stabilized Rice Bran (SRB) in Battered and Fried Product Applications

-Key findings show less fat, fewer calories, lower sodium, and comparable taste in finished product containing SRB- -Study also cites lower production costs as major benefit- PHOENIX, March 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- NutraCea (OTC Bulletin Board: NTRZ), a world leader in s...

Westside Medical Spa Launches 'Face the Day' to Aid Battered Women

Dr. Rivkin Teams Up With Jenesse Center Inc. for Complimentary Services and Fund Raising Program In Honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month LOS ANGELES, Oct. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Westside Medical Spa today announced the launch of "Face the Day" a program aimed at renewing the confidence of wo...

Dance Therapy For Healing Nepal's Battered Women

A social activist from Kolkata has conceived a novel method for healing women of Nepal those who were forced into prostitution and abandoned street children surviving abuse. // Sohini Chakraborty, director of Kolkata-based Sanved, received the prestigious Ashoka fellowship in 2003 as a tribut...

Verizon and California Partnership to End Domestic Violence Launch Program to Help Victims Protect Themselves by Using Technology

... levels for more than 25 years, the California Partnership has a long track record of successfully passing over 100 pieces of legislation on behalf of battered women and their children. As the unified voice for California's domestic violence agencies, CPEDV provides statewide leadership on public policy issu...

Should All Kids Be Screened for Depression? This Expert Says Yes and Explains How It Can Save Lives

...iebold created a crime victims' treatment program in Kentucky and worked with at-risk children in schools. She has also worked with prison inmates and battered women. She is a successful speaker and the author of the book, THE MYTH OF SELF-ESTEEM: 50 Ways to Stop Sabotaging Yourself. Diebold is the Presiden...

YWCAs to Promote United We Serve Initiative June 22 - September 11

...ful and engaging volunteer opportunities that serve women, girls and families," said Lorraine Cole, Ph.D., YWCA USA's CEO. "Volunteers can support our battered women's shelters, transitional housing programs for homeless women and their children, childcare and tutoring programs, job trainings, health and well...

Ameritox(R) CMO Elected Chairman of the American College of Physician Executives Board

...e, along with the leadership to make it a reality. He'll direct the College's initiatives to help the nation find solutions to healing a health system battered by the economy that also is not meeting the needs of consumers, businesses and health care professionals." The ACPE is the oldest and longest sta...

'AIDS is DC's Katrina' Ad Challenges Obama to Act on U.S. Epidemic

...d aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans with a close-up photo of a seemingly homeless person's pair of hands holding tightly onto a piece of a battered corrugated cardboard with the phrase, "AIDS is DC's Katrina" scrawled in red across the cardboard. The ad, which AHF produced after the recent revelat...

Attorney General Eric Holder Honors Florida Doctor and Announces $4.7 Million in Recovery Act Funds for State

...que model program to physically injured victims of domestic violence and has helped victims of domestic violence restore their lives by reconstructing battered faces mutilated by acts of violence. In addition to Dr. Man, the Attorney General recognized nine other individuals and programs for their servic...

Elekta Finds New Interest in Leasing Solutions as Hospitals Debate Capital Purchases

...facturers of oncology and neurosurgical devices and software, a financing program put into place a few years ago is getting new attention as hospitals battered by the economy still work to improve patient care and remain competitive. Elekta Capital, a program of Elekta, with the support of global finance...
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Inimex Product Candidate is First Immune Defense Regulator to Cure Infections Without Causing Harmful Inflammation

... to develop IDR products as a new line of defense against pathogens that seek out residents of hospital and treatment centers whose immune systems are battered by age, disease or myelosuppressive medications. The paper was published as Scott, M.G. et al. (2007) "An anti-infective peptide that selectively mo...
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Shaken baby syndrome

... Shaken baby syndrome (SBS) or battered Baby Syndrome is a form of child abuse that occurs when an abuser violently shakes an infant or small child, creating a whiplash-type motion tha...

Craniosynostosis

... called craniosynostosis , which restricts skull growth. ... Children born with craniosynostosis may have increased pressure ... Babysitters, battered Child Syndrome, Bayley Scales of Infant Development, Bed-Wetting, Beery-Buktenica Test, Bejel, Bell's Palsy, Biliary Atresia, Bilingualism ... Cr...

Battered child syndrome

... More about battered Child Syndrome : Causes and symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Prognosis Prevention Resources battered Child Syndrome Definition battered CHILD syndrome For other uses, see Child...
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'Freaks' help scientist unravel nature and nurture

... archetype, and reminds us that our ideas about what is natural and what we should do to correct nature's 'imperfections' are as sound as a sandcastle battered by a rising tide," he wrote. "We are all extraordinary, all strange -- freaks, every last one of us. Some of us just happen to be more notable, with a...

US science education organization updates analysis

...and a new president in his inaugural speech issued a clarion call to "restore science to its rightful place". Wrong. Evolution education is being battered every day in school districts across the U.S. by creationists, whether they're pushing young-earth creationism, intelligent design, or antievolution...

Nanotechnology meets biology and DNA finds its groove

...olecule. But in solution, DNA, the genetic material that hold the detailed instructions for virtually all life, is a twisted knot, looking more like a battered ball of yarn than the famous double helix. To study it, scientists generally are forced to work with collections of molecules floating in solution, an...

Living laboratory found on shoreline statues

... and mussels prefer habitats that are exposed to the elements but choose optimal positions that allow them to feed in the water column without getting battered by waves and currents. The Gormley statues not only provide a perfect anchor point but sheltered parts of the figures such as the inner thigh protect...
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Seeds for high-tech economy are being planted, but growth will take time

...The same was true across the United States as the shock waves of the dot.com crash, investor retrenchment and the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, battered the economy. The tech indicators for 2003 cannot help but improve. At the same time, the latest economic tracking report by Competitive Wisconsin I...

Observations from the Sarbanes-Oxley trenches

... preventing the auditor from issuing a clean opinion. Now is crunch time The verdict is still out on the ultimate success of SOX in repairing the battered image of corporate America. However, many CEOs, CFOs and directors are now voicing their favor as they realize benefits including improved efficiencie...

Line between big pharma, big biotech continues to blur

... The biotech industry itself has been plagued with ups and downs and some of the same product withdrawal issues as Big Pharma. Biogen and Elan were battered by the withdrawal of their new multiple sclerosis drug while Chiron was hammered by its vaccine production facility in the United Kingdom not meeting ...
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