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Men More Bothered By Flu

Nuts magazine conducted a survey on “Man Flu”. "Man flu," is that mysterious phenomenon in which men become helpless by the same viruses //which barely seem to affect their female counterparts, " according to Nuts, a U.K. men's magazine. Nuts magazine discovered that 64 per cent of men had Fl...

People In Thailand Not Bothered About Bird Flu

Thai medical officials have reported that inhabitants of Phet where hundreds of poultry died last week are not bothered about bird flu// since they had a feast on these birds. Public health officials in the lower northern province of Phichit are trying to create awareness of bird flu after hu...

Consumer Reports Poll: Thirty-One Percent of Americans Never Use Sunscreen

...ecially bothered" by getting sunscreen in their eyes, while 41 percent were bothered by sand sticking to their skin. Another issue was cost, which 40 percent of respondents cited as bothersome. About one-third of respondents were bothered by stains and smells that wouldn't wash out and not being able to wash suns...

The Quigley Corporation Issues Open Letter to Stockholders; Urges Stockholders to Reject Dissident Ted Karkus' Solicitation Efforts

... Simply put, they lack the necessary qualifications we believe are required to direct the future of The Quigley Corporation. KARKUS HAS NEVER bothered TO CONTACT THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS Karkus has never attempted to engage in a constructive dialogue with your incumbent Board about steps he beli...

Heartburn Sufferers Find Lasting Relief With TUMS(R) Dual Action

...rtburn sufferers won't need to think about whether or not lunchtime heartburn will interrupt dinner, or whether they'll be able to sleep without being bothered by heartburn." A Perfect Partner when Heartburn Breaks Through In addition to providing relief to occasional heartburn sufferers, TUMS Dua...

A New Zealand Experience That Improves Lives: Arizona Man Finds Affordable, Quality Healthcare and Freedom From Constant Hip Pain on Recent Trip

...ement, but couldn't afford the surgery as he has no health insurance. At the same time, Light worried about putting off treatment as the hip pain that bothered him much of his adult life was worsening by the day. As one of the more than 750,000 Americans who have traveled for medical treatment by th...

Consumer Reports Survey: Hands-On Therapies Among Top-Rated Treatments for Back Pain

... received from their chiropractors (59%) than from their primary-care physicians (34%). About 80 percent of U.S. adults have at some point been bothered by back pain. To compare which treatments helped most, Consumer Reports surveyed more than 14,000 subscribers who had lower-back pain in the past y...

Intelligent Medical Objects Announces ICD-10 Extensions to Terminology Products

...minology offering is to capture and preserve the clinical intent and allow care providers using an EHR/EMR to focus on delivery of care rather than be bothered by coding compliance," says Dr. Frank Naeymi-Rad, IMO CEO. This is achieved by moving the complexities associated with terminology standards for EHR/...

Millions in Potential Health Care Savings: Prefab Orthotics Found More Effective

...asciitis for years. Initially I used a set of $400 custom plastic insoles that my podiatrist recommended. They gave me some relief, but my feet still bothered me. I tried the Footminders products on a friend's recommendation, and I could tell a huge difference after only 5 days. Now I have a set for every ...

Stern Communications Wins and Helps Launch Healthcarebluebook.com

... Expedia and ServiceMagic. "I'm a convert," said Aimee Stern, president of Stern Communications. "Those of us who grew up with managed care never bothered to ask what healthcare services cost ahead of time. I wouldn't buy a house, car or any other big ticket service without market research. Now I'm doing...
Bothered in Medical Technology

Is Your Hair Taking a Break?

...amining quality of life issues show that women with hair loss are much more bothered by their condition than men," said Dr. McMichael. "With men, it has become ...eing their dermatologist for proper evaluation and treatment, women who are bothered by their hair loss can find help through the many support groups that are a...

Once Daily, Extended-Release Ropinirole Improves Parkinson's Symptoms in Patients not Optimally Controlled With Levodopa

...of L-dopa. Side effects include nausea, dizziness, drowsiness or sleepiness, headache, and dyskinesia (uncontrolled movements). Most patients were not bothered enough to stop taking REQUIP. This is not a complete list of side effects and should not take the place of discussions with patients' healthcare provi...

Study Suggests Strattera Improved ADHD Symptoms in Patients With Comorbid Alcohol Abuse

...a measured for up to three years indicates minimal, if any, long-term effects. Most people in clinical studies who experienced side effects were not bothered enough to stop using Strattera. The most common side effects in children and adolescents in medical studies were upset stomach, decreased appetite, na...
Bothered in Medical Dictionary

Skin discoloration

...sive to African Americans, they ... ... and find solutions to skin discoloration problems in Discovery Health's Skin Health Center. ... very bothered by skin discoloration ," offers Lynn McKinley ... Library Home > All Books > Symptoms, Their Causes & Cures > Skin Discoloratio...

Skin Care

... sun care including healthy tips, product information, and treatment options. Want younger, healthier skin ? Considering cosmetic procedures? bothered by wrinkles, acne, or aging? Whatever the issue, find the latest skin care and beauty ... Dr. Dennis Gross, renowned New York dermatologist, h...
Bothered in Biological News

Bats pick up rustling sounds against highway background noise

.... Next, Siemers and Schaub headed out to a local highway to record traffic sounds within 15m of the busy road. Back in the lab the animals were less bothered by the loud traffic noise than they had been by the white noise buzz. But they still preferred hunting in the quiet dining area, only spending 38.7% o...

The appearance of your hands can reveal your age, study finds

...S president-elect. "After the face, hands are the second most visible, tell-tale sign of one's age. If your goal is to look more youthful or you are bothered by the appearance of your hands, you may seriously want to consider hand rejuvenation." In the study, people examined unaltered photographs of fem...

Rare Chinese frogs communicate by means of ultrasonic sound

...y to respond to the ultrasound." Ultrasonic communication likely will be found in other amphibians and birds, Feng said, but, until now, no one has bothered to look into it. "Humans have always been fascinated by how some animals can discern their world through a sensing system vastly different from our...

Researchers Identify Cause of Early Bird Sleep Disorder

...nd get a lot done while everything is quiet. A few, however, are constantly bothered by living out of sync with everyone else's daily schedule. "Some of them...adjusted and accommodated their jobs to match their ability. But others are bothered by being out of phase with the rest of the world." He said the FASPS sub...

Alaskan puzzles, monitoring provide insight about North Pacific salmon runs

...ition from farmed fish so that much of the fleet is no longer economically viable, Hilborn says. Last year only 1,200 of the 2,000 licensed boats even bothered to fish and the value of a license to fish there has dropped from a high of $250,000 to perhaps $20,000. "Rather than maximizing the number of fish...
Bothered in Biological Technology

Dry adhesive based on carbon nanotubes gets stronger, with directional gripping ability

...rk long-term in space. "In space, there is a vacuum and traditional kinds of adhesives dry out," Dai noted. "But nanotube dry adhesives would not be bothered by the space environment." In addition those already mentioned, the research team also included Liangti Qu from the University of Dayton, Morley St...

How to keep young talent working for you

...tions is severely limited in many organizations as well. The downsizing of management has shrunk vertical advancement paths and few organizations have bothered to create any horizontal ones. Despite their rhetoric about constant change, managers, especially in large corporations, are notoriously reluctant to ...

Unique profiles, anecdotes increase Millionaire Womens net worth

...lionaires tend to put their profits back into their own businesses. One particularly enjoyable section described a millionaire bookkeeper who never bothered to tell her friends she was loaded. "Like most of her cohorts, she derived much happiness from activities that are inexpensive yet enjoyable," Stanley...

Green Bay entrepreneur launches new message filtering solution

...e faculty and students were beginning to be inundated with spam. The IT department learned about Solinus from Professor Gerald L. Isaacs , who was so bothered by the problem he referred them to Troup, an alumnus of the college. John Arechavala, the network systems manager, said the college receives over...

Wisconsin entrepreneurs need to self-promote like coastal rivals

...s as cool things that happened in other places to people I didnt know, I started to see news articles as products that were manufactured by people who bothered to go out and get attention. Then I took it a step further. I realized that some people were good at getting attention, while other people were too...

Free branding? Why not?

...ge number are almost identical copies of others. Losing distinction Before the Web, corporations big or small easily got away with that, as no one bothered to check a logo of an American company for similarities in Korea or India or vice versa. Today with a simple search, hundreds of countries are all lin...

Beware -- Use of the word 'entrepreneur' can put you in a legal mess

.... "I don't have the time, money or energy to fight Entrepreneur Magazine on this issue," she said. "It's a very negative part of my life. I am so bothered that because this happened to me, that I am now reluctant to start my own business. And, this was the first good idea that I had for starting a busine...

Directory shows high-tech growth spurt in Dane Co.

...e across a national map that purported to show high-tech data. On the map, Madison's burgeoning tech community was shown as a pinhead-sized dot, which bothered him. I thought, We've got more than that, Mohrbacher said, and when he saw a directory at a conference, the idea for a Greater Madison high-tech ve...
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