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Gold Canyon Ignites Hope With Online Charity Candle Game

10 cents donated for every person that plays PHOENIX, March 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Gold Canyon, a leader in candle, body and home products, is kicking off The Candle Game to benefit the Prayer Child Foundation. For every player that participates in the free online game, Gold Canyon will donate ...

$17 Million Tobacco Free Florida Campaign Ignites Statewide

TALLAHASSEE, Fla., March 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Department of Health has launched a $17 million statewide social marketing and public relations anti-tobacco campaign -- the largest in a decade. The multi-faceted Tobacco Free Florida campaign showcases print, television, radio and on...

Watching With Intent to Repeat Ignites Key Learning Area of Brain

Watch and learn. Experience says it works, but how? University of Oregon researchers have seen the light, by imaging the brain, while test subjects watched films of// others building objects with Tinker Toys. As detailed in the Dec. 20 issue of the Journal of Neuroscience, researchers, using ...

Scientists learn why even treated genital herpes sores boost the risk of HIV infection

...e for allowing HIV access to more target cells, providing a greater chance for the initial 'spark' of infection," the authors write. This spark likely ignites once HIV penetrates tiny breaks in genital skin that commonly occur during sex. "Additionally," the authors continue, "the close proximity to DC-SIGN-...

Photo: ZonePerfect(R) Nutrition Bars Launches Nationwide Tour With VH1 Save The Music Foundation to Nourish Arts, America's Schools

...ess to music programs in their schools." "Smart, creative thinking and expression must be properly fed. ZonePerfect bars are a balanced fuel that ignites those who are always on the move to stay sharp, focused and in pursuit of great taste in life, food, music and beyond." From Paul Cothran , exec...

HealthFitness Guides Incentives Strategy to Spark Participation in American Electric Power's Employee Health and Wellness Initiative New Issue Brief Highlights AEP program, Outlines Elements for Success

...m champions at every location, which resulted in very positive first year program success.” The issue brief, “Incentives- A Spark that ignites Program Participation, Engagement and Results,” also includes a checklist of five key truths employers should know about incentives. AEP is alr...

Katie Reider - Listen to Her Songs, Hear Her Story, Log Onto www.500kin365.org

...red Katie's character. She is true genuine talent with the ability to move people from within with her vocal storytelling. Katie has star-quality that ignites on stage, and she directly connects to the people she is performing for on a personal level. In return, I want to tell Katie's story using the Web, be...

Rice unveils $100 million initiative for world health technology

...dergraduates is one of our unique strengths. Rice 360 will capitalize on this commitment by blending engineering, education, and service in a way that ignites students' imaginations to change their lives and the lives of the world's most needy patients." Rice 360 is designed to tap students' and faculty m...

Campaign Against Witchcraft In Orissa

...areness against witchcraft. In a typical example Naik, asks them to applaud the "mother" – a 11-year-old girl when her "supernatural" strength ignites the contents of a vessel on its own. Naik explains to them how the "link" is achieved. The campaign was started from Sundergarh, district whic...
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Headache Specialists Convene in Boston For 50th Annual American Headache Society Meeting

...elp 40 percent of near-daily migraine sufferers who don't have success with standard pain medication. Stimulating the occipital nerve, which ignites a tingling sensation, appears to activate mechanisms that block the perception of pain in the brain. ...
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Massive California fires consistent with climate change

...dicting for years, experts say, and they may be just a prelude to many more such events in the future as vegetation grows heavier than usual and then ignites during prolonged drought periods. This is exactly what weve been projecting to happen, both in short-term fire forecasts for this year and the long...

Molecular mechanism may explain how fevers spark seizures

...essor and chair of Neurology. They've also been something of an enigma, he said. The epilepsy research community has struggled to understand how fever ignites convulsions and how to treat them. Macdonald and colleagues including Jing-Qiong Kang, M.D., Ph.D., research assistant professor of Neurology, hav...
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