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CSI: Mayo Clinic Researchers Find Television Shows Inaccurately Portray Violent Crime

VIDEO ALERT: Additional audio and video resources, including excerpts from an interview with Dr. Lineberry describing the research, are available on the Mayo Clinic News Blog . SAN FRANCISCO, May 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Researchers at Mayo Clinic compared two popular televisio...

The Lethal Side of Human Error – Three Die After Consuming Inaccurately Weighed Dru

Portland – To err is human they say but imagine when the cost of the error is three lives! Recently, the drug compounding company, ApotheCure Inc. //in Texas, is in bad light following the irrevocable error committed by a worker while making the drug. ApotheCure Inc explained how a weighing ...

Is it Exam Time for Georgia's School Children Already?

...n Eye-Q(R) survey, 60 percent of children identified as "problem learners" actually suffer from undetected vision problems and in some cases have been inaccurately diagnosed with attention deficit disorder (ADD) or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). "Having healthy eyes and clear vision can m...

Make Eye Exams Part of the Back to School Routine

...dies indicate that 60 percent of children identified as "problem learners" actually suffer from undetected vision problems and in some cases have been inaccurately diagnosed with attention deficit disorder (ADD) or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The earlier a vision problem is detected an...

Businessman Exposed Problems With Quest Subsidiary's Blood Test Kits; Led to $302 Million Settlement

... providers to bill Medicare and other federal healthcare programs for faulty medical tests as well as unnecessary and harmful vitamin D drugs to treat inaccurately diagnosed diseases and unnecessary surgeries. For Cantor, the most important reason to file a qui tam lawsuit was that the False Claims Act requi...

New iPod listening study shows surprising behavior of teens

...teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. Other findings from the study indicated teens play their music louder than young adults, and teens may inaccurately perceive how loud they are playing their music. The good news, said Portnuff, is that teens in the study who understand the benefits of listening at ...

Court Throws Out Restraining Order Against SEIU

... the CNA has consistently spread untruths and misinformation in Ohio, California, Nevada, and elsewhere. In particular, the California-based union has inaccurately characterized efforts by CHP workers and supporters to engage with CNA leadership over the union's anti-union tactics as "harassment." "I'm a mom an...

SEIU Seeks Damages for CNA's Effort to Silence Workers, Suppress Criticism of Anti-Union Tactics

...hree-year effort by nurses and hospital workers to win a fair process to freely choose whether to form a union with SEIU, the CNA has consistently and inaccurately characterized efforts by CHP workers and supporters to engage with CNA leadership over the union's anti-union tactics as "harassment." Video footage s...

SEIU to File Motion to Dismiss CNA Restraining Order

...hat sabotaged a three-year effort by nurses and hospital workers to win a fair process to freely choose whether to form a union with SEIU, the CNA has inaccurately characterized efforts by CHP workers and supporters to engage CNA leadership over the union's anti-union tactics as "harassment." Video footage shows ...

Sun Mar Health Care Claims Ownership of Sold Facility

...n Mar Health Care's and Sun Mar Management's chief financial officer, which they filed with the California Office of Statewide Planning & Development, inaccurately lists Courtyard Healthcare Center in Davis, Calif., as one of Sun Mar's 18 California skilled nursing facilities. The revelation came to light whe...
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Mayo Clinic News Release: Mayo Clinic-led Study Improves Breast Cancer Risk Prediction in Women with Atypia

...ncreased risk in women with atypia lasts. "The most commonly used tool for risk prediction in women with atypia is the Gail model, which may predict inaccurately because our study shows that family history does not change risk significantly in women with atypia," says Amy Degnim, M.D., a Mayo Clinic surgeon and...
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ABC's 'Private Practice' Inaccurately Portrays Serious Women's Health Condition

National Institutes of Health Launch Campaign to Help Millions Suffering from Painful Sex WASHINGTON, Oct. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- In the October 10 episode of the ABC hit series, Private Practice, a young woman unable to have sex with her new husband, visits Dr. Addison ...
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Self-pollination

...ar or species is self fertile and the stamens and the sticky stigma of the carpel contact each other to accomplish pollination . The term is inaccurately used in many cases where an outside pollinator is actually required; such plants are... Pollination is the process by which pollen is transferred...
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