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U.S. Representatives Hill and Murphy Introduce the 'Men and Families Health Care Act of 2009'

...essed. This bill will help men's health take its rightful place in our Federal government's healthcare priorities." "Men need to be educated and emboldened to take ownership of their health," said Scott T. Williams VP, Men's Health Network. "If such an effort and messaging is undertaken at the federal le...

Bloomberg receives award for promotion of health in NYC and nation

...ty-based actions that promote individual behavior change for healthier living. His public health initiatives, in the worlds highest-profile city, have emboldened public health efforts in other municipalities both here and abroad. From restaurants to school yards to streets, Mayor Bloomberg has impacted the h...

Wiping Out Memories Selectively, is Possible Now

... It could be possible to wipe out memories selectively from the human brain. Researchers are now emboldened on this front, as they have been able// to wipe out a single specific memory from brains of rats using a drug, leaving all other recollections intact....
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Promising device snags young inventors coveted spot at IShow

...I firmly believe is compelling and important to changing the way we deliver health care in this country," he said. Xu and Rajan both said they were emboldened when their product landed them at the IShow. "When we were accepted, it was truly an exciting moment, because, while we believe in the technology t...

Where will we find the next generation of engineers?

...ict of Columbia decreased between 1986 and 2006. The space race was won in no small part through the engineering prowess of young students who were emboldened by the launch of Sputnik. says Schuckman. While there is no definitive Sputnik moment today, the competitiveness challenge that nations such as China...

Newborn neurons like to hang with the 'in' crowd

...ture Neuroscience. At first, they gingerly sniff out pre-existing connections between brain cells but as the new neurons mature over time they get emboldened and muscle out the old guys. "Adding new neurons could be a very problematic process if newborn cells would make connections all over the place," expl...
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eBay decision changes balance of power in patent disputes

...or patent holders and infringers alike. Fewer settlements may be reached in patent infringement suits as a result of eBay . Alleged infringers may be emboldened to see cases through to trial, especially where they can economically withstand an award of monetary damages but not a permanent injunction. For e...

FDA: Tortoise, hare, or something else?

...routine. Ever more powerful drugs, including cancer chemotherapeutics that previously were weapons for chemical warfare, became standard pharmacopeia. emboldened by these successes, and to some extent encouraged by the system, safety became secondary in the race to bring drugs to market. However, my previou...
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(Date:4/18/2014)... University School of Medicine researchers have been awarded two-year ... Novo Nordisk announced this month. Of the 110 initial ... Biologics Science Forum Program, only four projects were funded, ... They are Jonathan Powell, M.D., Ph.D.; G. William Wong, ... Powell, a professor of oncology, will use his $500,000 ...
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