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Impact Of Stress On Belfast Males

A new survey has reported that more than a third of men in Belfast are suffering from stress . The survey launched on account of National // Men's Health Week, reveals that more than half of the men in Belfast feel a mental low at least once a month and a quarter of men feel that way ever...

1 in 4 nursing home residents carry MRSA

... MRSA is a major problem in nursing homes with one in four residents carrying the bacteria, a study by Queen's University belfast and Antrim Area Hospital has found. Its authors say that the findings, which have been published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Societ...

Swine Flu Spreads

...ciated press reports that 12 million doses of flu-fighting medications are being mobilized from a federal stockpile in the event they are needed. The belfast Telegraph reported early this morning that Scotland has also reported two cases of Swine Influenza; the travelers having just returned from Mexico. ...

Boys Skin Care Range Finds Interesting Results

...r London 53% of people are embarrassed by bad skin as a teenager Manchester 42% of people are embarrassed by bad skin as a teenager belfast 45% of people are embarrassed by bad skin as a teenager National Findings 60% of teenagers consider their appearance to be the most import...

Gender affects perceptions of infidelity

... infidelity was more upsetting and women felt emotional infidelity was more upsetting. Monica T. Whitty and Laura-Lee Quigley of Queen's University belfast surveyed 112 undergraduate students and asked them questions about sexual and emotional infidelity both offline and on the internet. When given th...

MYA Makes Big Brother Stars Amazing!

...nd their appearance. MYA Cosmetic Surgery ( http://www.mya.co.uk/ ) have had had several patients who have been contestants on Big Brother including belfast Beauty Queen Orlaith McAllister, former Miss Cardiff Imogen Thomas and model Amy Alexandra. Amy's confidence was particularly affected by being on t...

Innovative antennae may signal a 'new wave' in health care provision

... meaning that the battery powering the device has to be recharged more frequently. Experts in antennas and bioelectromagnetics at Queens University belfast (QUB), with funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), have developed new types of antenna that get round these limi...

UK Center for Tobacco Control Studies to be based in Nottingham

...rt high quality research. The other four successful Centres, which were awarded funding via a competitive process, are based in Newcastle, Cardiff, belfast and Cambridge. The partners who provided the 20m investment for the initiative came together under the umbrella of the UK Clinical Research Collabo...

Siemens Announces Early Termination of Hart-Scott-Rodino Waiting Period For Acquisition of Dade Behring Holdings, Inc.; U.S. Antitrust Clearance Achieved

... ) has been terminated. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20070904/SIEMENSLOGO ) Siemens Corporation, through its wholly owned subsidiary belfast Merger Co., commenced a tender offer on August 8, 2007 for all of the outstanding shares of common stock of Dade Behring for $77 per share, net to the...

Siemens Extends Tender Offer for Acquisition of Dade Behring

... NEW YORK, Sept. 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- belfast Merger Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of Siemens Corporation, announced tod...of Merger, dated as of July 25, 2007, by and among Siemens, its subsidiary, belfast Merger Co., and Dade Behring. Completion of the tender offer is conditioned...
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Enobia Initiates Infantile Enzyme Replacement Trial for Rare Bone Disease

... OF INTERNATIONAL DRUG TRIAL Infant Girl From belfast Flown To Winnipeg WINNIPEG - A 9-month-old baby girl from belfast is receiving potentially life-saving experimental ...her parents and sister were flown to the city from belfast with the assistance of the Canadian Organization f...
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Family Practice

...ily Practice - David Loxterkamp: Medical Office belfast Maine, belfast Maine Family Medical Practice , Searsport Medical Family Center, belfast Maine The Journal of Family Practice : Time...
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Queen's University Belfast improves Malaysian public health

Queen's University and University of Malaya (UM) today announced the establishment of the Centre for Population Health in Malaysia. This is the first Centre of its kind in improving the health of Malaysians. Examining the communities in terms of their diet and disease, conducting research i...

Queen's University Belfast works to save Strangford horse mussels

Queen's University Belfast is working on a three-year study to conserve and restore endangered horse mussel reefs in Strangford Lough. Marine biologists based at the University's marine research and outreach centre in Portaferry in County Down, which is part of the School of Biological Sciences...

Queen's University Belfast plays leading role in Europe-wide tests for safer food

A top food scientist at Queen's University Belfast is playing a major role in a 4m European project to develop new techniques to detect chemical contaminants in food and animal feed. Professor Chris Elliott, Director of the Institute of Agri-Food and Land Use at Queen's, will lead a team of...

Queen's University Belfast researchers trace octopuses' family tree

The findings of a study funded by the National Environment Research Council and led by Dr Louise Allcock at Queen's School of Biological Sciences and colleagues from Cambridge University and British Antarctic Survey will be reported at a conference in Spain this week. The World Conference on Ma...

New supplement may help slow sight loss in elderly

... Queen's University belfast academics have helped develop an antioxidant supplement which may slow down...hey helped sharpen vision. Details of the findings are being presented in belfast today (Friday) by Professor Chakravarthy and Dr Stephen Beatty, Head of Vis...

Queen's scientists discover eco-friendly wood dissolution

... Scientists at Queen's University belfast have discovered a new eco-friendly way of dissolving wood using ionic liquids that may help its transformation into popular products such as bio fuels...

Crabs' memory of pain confirmed by Queen's academic

... New research published by a Queen's University belfast academic has shown that crabs not only suffer pain but that they retain a memory of it. The study, which looked at the reactions of hermit crabs to...

Queen's scientists find new way to battle MRSA

... Experts from Queen's University belfast have developed new agents to fight MRSA and other hospital-acquired infections that are resistant to antibiotics. The fluids are a class of ionic liqu...

Darwin anniversary heralds new conservation research era for Northern Ireland

...ursday) Charles Darwin a new 2m research contract has been launched to conserve and protect Northern Ireland's natural heritage. Queen's University belfast and the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) have teamed up to form the Natural Heritage Research Partnership (NHRP) which was awarded to the un...

£20 million to fight virtual crime and treat our aging population

...l of emerging technologies ensuring the UK is first to develop this cutting-edge research. The two new centres will be based at Queen's University belfast and the University of Leeds. Belfast's new centre will work to secure our information architecture, and safeguard the trustworthiness of information ...
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Mexico Premiere for Money-Saving Pharma Leak Testing Equipment

...rScan, a non-destructive leak tester for blisterpacks that provides the perfect alternative to the methylene blue dye test. belfast (Vocus) -- A range of ergonomically designed machines for the Central American pharmaceutical packaging industry will make their first-ever appearance...

Pharmaceutical Packaging Equipment Manufacturer Boosts European Distribution

...ategic European alliances and gears up for business at world's major chemical processing congress in Frankfurt, Achema 2009 belfast (Vocus) May 11, 2009 -- The Northern Ireland based manufacturer of innovative leak testing and de-blistering equipment, Sepha Ltd is boosting its ...

Queen's secures £25M for UK's cyber safety

... Queen's University belfast is to become the United Kingdom's lead centre for the developing technology to counter malicious 'cyber-attacks' after a funding boost from the Engine...

Queen's 'secures' £25m for UK's cyber-safety

... Queen's University belfast is to become the United Kingdom's lead centre for the developing technology to counter malicious 'cyber-attacks' after a funding boost from the Engine...
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