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Head Start Kids in ESL Families More Prone to Obesity

Researchers studying obesity among rural children in Head Start programs have discovered that those from families// in which English is the second language are at higher risk for being overweight. The study of 788 children in two Minnesota counties also found that Mexican children “were almos...

Hope For Epilepsy Patients

... per month (in spite of treatment with other medications) were administered esl doses ranging between 400mg and 1,200mg. It was found that esl was well tolerated and effective when used as adjunct therapy for adult pat...
ESL in Medical Technology

Data Demonstrates Long-Term Reduction In Seizure Frequency With Novel Once Daily Anti-Epileptic Zebinix(R)

...d a sole license to market, promote and distribute esl within Europe**. Eisai and BIAL plan to launch Zeb...educes repetitive neuronal firing. The efficacy of esl has been demonstrated in three randomised, placebo...9 patients with refractory partial onset seizures. esl also significantly improved patient's health relat...
ESL in Medical Dictionary

Lingua

...s in languages other than English ... Other language communities expressed interest, and Lingua was born. ... Offering instruction in year-round esl programs for children and adults as well as summer programs for children in Spanish and Portuguese. ...
ESL in Biological Technology

Novel Once Daily Anti-Epileptic Zebinix(R) Approved in the European Union

...ring a one year open label extension study. esl demonstrated significant and sustained reductions ... also demonstrated that patients continued to take esl with retention rates ranging from 68-79% at one ye...(8). The studies found that patients taking esl also showed statistically significant improvement ...

Celsis Launches RapiScreen(TM) Beverage Microbial Screening System

..., quickly and efficiently." Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) bioluminescence is the industry standard for the rapid microbial screening of UHT and esl beverage products. Using proprietary innovations in enzyme technology, RapiScreen Beverage for Innovate delivers reliable and consistent results on a ...
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