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Cherries: 'America's Super Fruit' Offers Homegrown Health Benefits

LANSING, Mich., Feb. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Cherries are not only good for you, but they're also on trend as a homegrown "Super Fruit." According to recent data, more than 9 out of 10 Americans want to know where their food comes from, nearly 80 percent say they're purchasing "locally produced" pro...

Children Prefer to Eat Homegrown Foods

Homegrown fruits and vegetables are the most preferred by children and they love to eat more of it, says a study. // Researchers interviewed parents of 1,658 children aged two to five years living in rural Missouri and asked them about their family's diet, including homegrown fruits and vegeta...

NHS Protects Job Opportunities for Homegrown Nursing Graduates

According to a recent survey it was found that international nurses would need to have work permits in order to take up jobs in the NHS//. The step was mainly taken to give jobs to the homegrown nursing graduates. Statistics show that about 11,500 foreign nurses come to Britain from outside the...

Is Cherry Juice a New 'Sports Drink?'

... 's Super Fruit" Cherries are not only good for you, but they're also a homegrown "Super Fruit." According to recent data, more than 9 out of 10 Americans wa...cts, and the majority are defining "local" as made in America.(3) This homegrown advantage, coupled with potential health benefits for athletes, make cherri...

CriticalPoint(TM) Training Rated 'Excellent' in Customer Satisfaction

...he Pharmacy Purchasing and Products publication, "CriticalPoint received very high satisfaction rates, followed by Lab Safety Corp/Valiteq, ASHP and homegrown programs." This high level of user satisfaction can be attributed to the program's simple Internet access, high-quality content written by industry e...

Experts Recommend Cherries For Pain Relief From Arthritis

... 's Super Fruit" Cherries are not only good for you, but they're also a homegrown "Super Fruit." According to recent data, more than 9 out of 10 Americans wa...Wisconsin, Utah, Washington, Oregon, Pennsylvania and New York. This homegrown advantage, coupled with potential health benefits, make cherries "America's...

New Human Study Reinforces Antioxidant Benefits of Tart Cherries

... 's Super Fruit" Cherries are not only good for you, but they're also a homegrown "Super Fruit." According to recent data, more than 9 out of 10 Americans wa...Wisconsin, Utah, Washington, Oregon, Pennsylvania and New York. This homegrown advantage, coupled with potential health benefits, make cherries "America's...

Netherlands Vaccine Institute Chooses TrackWise(R) Solution for Enterprise-wide Compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices

...ty, the agency required a comprehensive system to manage quality across the organization in compliance with GMP. NVI had previously leveraged a homegrown solution comprised of Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access and paper-based documents, which did not provide the centralized, holistic document management...

'America's Super Fruit' May Help Reset Body Clock

... here and available in a variety of products and applications, making it easy to enjoy the fruit year-round. Cherries may also offer a variety of homegrown preventive health benefits. In addition to melatonin, cherries contain powerful antioxidants called anthocyanins - which provide the distinctive red ...

The Organic Institute Launches 'Organic. It's Worth It.'

... brand storytellers in the nation, Haberman has developed successful brand campaigns for such organizations as Organic Valley Family of Farms, Annie's homegrown and Annie's Naturals, National Cooperative Grocers Association, Vital Choice, Green Depot, Volvo for life Awards, TEL.A.VISION, Room & Board, the ...
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Is cherry juice a new 'sports drink?'

...a's Super Fruit" Cherries are not only good for you, but they're also a homegrown "Super Fruit." According to recent data, more than 9 out of 10 Americans wa...roducts, and the majority are defining "local" as made in America. This homegrown advantage, coupled with potential health benefits for athletes, make cherri...

NIH grants $33 M in institutional development awards to 3 states

...Barbara M. Alving, M.D. By funding intellectual development and enhancing research infrastructure in these IDeA states, we are producing a pipeline of homegrown researchers who will become future leaders in competing for these federal dollars. New IDeA Awards: For full descriptions of the following IDeA ce...

Brewing a blast-less fertilizer

...rell Taulbee can be found mixing up a batch of his homegrown fertilizer. But hes not looking to grow a better B...trate with hate and fuel oil, McVeigh brought us a homegrown brand of terrorism and a raw grief from which we s...long way in helping to contain the threat of these homegrown fertilizer bombs. ...
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Conference Zeroes in on Homegrown Innovation - 20th Life Science & Venture Conference Full of High-Tech Insights

Wisconsin has a problem, albeit a good one: pulling the states world-class health care technology industry into a cohesive system that can power itself well into the future. The 20th Annual Wisconsin Life Science and Venture Conference , held today and Wednesday at Madisons Monona Terrace Conve...

Biomedical Sciences Companies Expanding in Asia Invested More Than US$500 Million in Singapore

...uarters to an 80,000 square- foot facility, which will house its Central Laboratory and Clinical Development Services offices. Commercialising homegrown Innovation On the home front, Singapore's biotech and research institutes successfully concluded significant licensing agreements with internat...

WebReach, Inc. Becomes Mirth Corporation

...clinical laboratories - successfully achieve interoperability-driven improvements in care at a fraction of the time and cost of existing commercial or homegrown data interface solutions. In 2006, WebReach founded the open source Mirth project, incubated its code base, and has served as its corporate spon...

San Diego universities, government and industry rally around local Clean-Tech cluster

... continue to tap into the knowledge we have at our local research institutions and universities like UC San Diego and SDSU. "San Diego has a lot of homegrown technology and science that we can nurture and grow," he added. "The von Liebig Center is a unique model to help this region accomplish that. The cent...

Brewing a blast-less fertilizer

...rell Taulbee can be found mixing up a batch of his homegrown fertilizer. But hes not looking to grow a better B...trate with hate and fuel oil, McVeigh brought us a homegrown brand of terrorism and a raw grief from which we s...long way in helping to contain the threat of these homegrown fertilizer bombs. ...

Secure Symbology: Making New Jersey Proud While Saving Lives

... WAYNE, N.J., Oct. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- A homegrown New Jersey company is earning accolades for its anti-counterfeiting technology that safeguards the pedigree of pharmaceuticals everywhere. Secure Symb...

Brewing a blast-less fertilizer

...rell Taulbee can be found mixing up a batch of his homegrown fertilizer. But hes not looking to grow a better B...trate with hate and fuel oil, McVeigh brought us a homegrown brand of terrorism and a raw grief from which we s...long way in helping to contain the threat of these homegrown fertilizer bombs. ...

BioStorage Technologies Becomes Green Powered through the Use of 100% Certified Renewable Energy

...o participate in IPL's Green Power Option program, joining other environmentally aware leaders - including the State of Indiana as part of its Hoosier homegrown Energy Plan - in making substantial investments in the purchase of green energy. After paving the way with ethical Good Storage Practices (GSP), BST l...

Wisconsin Companies Ranked Top in Nation in IT

...rt of making Wisconsins core industries successful. The second trend that Still notes among Wisconsins 10% of the top 50 is that, All of these are homegrown corporations that saw their beginnings right here in Wisconsin. All of the Wisconsin companies recognized in Computerworld s survey have been named...

Building a "Real Time" Economy in Wisconsin

... who attended, you would have learned: -- What venture capitalists and other investors look for in a company before and after they invest. -- How homegrown technology gets transferred to the market. -- How companies, big an small, can foster innovation. -- How to spot opportunities in Wisconsin's emerg...
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