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Photos: Compete Releases Top Insurance and Physician Web Sites for June 2009

... online experiences and highly profitable advertising campaigns. Compete's online behavior database -- the largest in the industry -- makes the Web as ingrained in marketing as it is in people's lives. Compete was founded in 2000 and is located in Boston, MA, with offices throughout the U.S. For more in...

Kids May 'Learn' to Tolerate Food Allergens

...eactions trying to do this, including anaphylaxis, and not all can move ahead with dosing," Sicherer said. Researchers also are not sure how deeply ingrained the tolerance becomes in a child undergoing oral or sublingual immunotherapy. "Is there ever a time you can stop taking it, or does it only work a...

Many Americans Fear Being Diagnosed With Diabetes

...t-elect for medicine and science for the American Diabetes Association, which commissioned the survey. "Or, they know they are at risk but they are so ingrained in their daily lifestyle they have not been motivated to change." The survey, released Tuesday as part of American Diabetes Alert Day, is meant as ...

Lung Transplant Outcomes Better at High-Volume Hospitals

...h, said in a Hopkins news release. "For best patient outcomes, you need the right staff operating at peak skill level, with patient support systems ingrained in both their clinical operations and their organization's culture," said Shah, an associate professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medic...

Bling Makes Your Brain Sing

... our choices about eating ice cream or vegetables may depend on things like whether we're on a diet. But the findings suggest that there may be an ingrained bias in the human brain, he said. "Right from the start, you might be predisposed to the ice cream, because your brain is more predisposed to it than ...

Easing Social Anxiety During the Holidays: Tips from Harvard Women's Health Watch

...f psychotherapy can help treat and manage social anxiety disorder. Cognitive behavioral therapy, the most widely studied intervention, aims to correct ingrained patterns of negative thinking and the behaviors they cause by helping people face their social fears directly. Medication may also be helpful. If ...

Anita Moran AIA Joins WHR Dallas

...m focused on designing healthcare, science, research, technology and academic facilities. The firm's commitment to critical thinking is balanced by an ingrained empathy that results in both improved project outcomes and positive working experiences for their clients. With over 160 people located in Houston and...

HCA Celebrates 40th Anniversary

...cause the principles Tommy, Dr. Frist. Sr. and our other founders believed in -- putting patients first and treating people with dignity -- are deeply ingrained in the bedrock of our company's culture," said Bovender. "It is because our employees and caregivers live these values everyday that HCA has prospered...

Behavioral Risk in the Workplace: Behavioral Risk Management Continues to be an Important Best Practice Area for Employers

... Additionally, survey results show that Behavioral Risk Management may be moving beyond an emerging focus area to one that is showing signs of being ingrained in how employers think. Given the changes that have occurred in the last two years, practical applications in the field of behavioral risk are set to ...

Booth Joins PrePak Systems for Growth, Expansion

...ty for growth at PrePak," Booth commented. "In addition to a quality management team and a strong work ethic, there is a true entrepreneurial approach ingrained in this organization that will continue to foster successful results for PrePak's clients and shareholders." In addition to overall operations, Boot...
Ingrained in Medical Technology

St. Jude Identifies the Specific Cell That Causes Eye Cancer, Disproving Long-Held Theory

...y and yet retain all of the differentiated features of normal horizontal neurons including neurites and synapses. "For the past 100 years, it's been ingrained among scientists that differentiated mature nerves are so elaborate that they can't divide, and if they try to divide, they undergo cell death," Dyer ...
Ingrained in Biological News

Researchers gain insight into mechanism underlying Huntington's

...t types of disease, depending on where and in what manner they occur," Li said. "How these genetic changes escape normal DNA repair systems and become ingrained in an affected gene pool leading to familial disorders has been a longstanding subject of study in my laboratory at the UK Medical Center." The expa...

Why do we choose our mates? Ask Charles Darwin, prof says

...d male peacocks, that lions get the females of their choice or that humans spend hours primping to catch the perfect spouses it's a condition that is ingrained into all creatures and a conscious "choice" is made between the two so the romantic fireworks can begin. Jones says Darwin set the standard for orig...

Clarke clarifies pattern recognition theory

... Recent commentary has suggested that the extent to which anomaly theories have become ingrained in the minds of academics and popular commentators alike has led to certain common assumptions and misconceptions about Clarke's pattern recognition t...

How and where fat is stored predicts disease risk better than weight

...obesity itself causes metabolic syndrome, said Dr. Roger Unger, professor of internal medicine at UT Southwestern and senior author of the study. Were ingrained to think obesity is the cause of all health problems, when in fact it is the spillover of fat into organs other than fat cells that damages these orga...

St. Jude identifies the specific cell that causes eye cancer, disproving long-held theory

...e properties that include the ability to grow and multiply, and instead develop specialized shapes and functions. For the past 100 years, its been ingrained among scientists that differentiated mature nerves are so elaborate that they cant divide, and if they try to divide, they undergo apoptosis, Dyer sai...

Novel laboratory technique nudges genes into activity

...omosome. "It goes right to the source, right to the faucet to turn the genes on or off," she said. Dr. Corey said many researchers have the ingrained idea that RNA only targets other RNA ?such as what occurs when messenger RNA is targeted during RNA interference. "That’s what everyone is familiar wi...
Ingrained in Biological Technology

Entry of Biogenerics and Decreasing Use of Amgen's Epogen and Johnson & Johnson's Procrit Will Cause a $2.8 Billion Decline in the Drug Market for Chemotherapy-Induced Anemia by 2016

...thrombocytopenia agents as well." The chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting market will see patent expiries of multiple agents that are thoroughly ingrained in physician treatment algorithms. For oral mucositis, the only available agent, Amgen's Kepivance, is approved only for the prevention of oral mucosi...

Maybe its time to write our own television shows about Wisconsin

... Monday Night Football. Wisconsins desire to be seen as worldly, high-tech and smart, for purposes of economic development, is still hurt by images ingrained into peoples minds by the long-ago TV show Laverne and Shirley, wrote Marsha Lindsay, who runs a Madison firm that specializes in the marketing art o...

UW attracts speaker on network that could supplant Internet

...nternet, we'll just bypass it and do an end-run around the problem," he said. The issue, he explained, is that established network protocols are so ingrained into commercial router hardware and other applications that experimenting with them on the Internet itself would require persuading companies such as ...

Northwoods Software co-owner distills 30 years of business experience

...orientation. They have a deep concern for truth beyond appearances and the "grapevine." Persistence and creative problem solving become deeply ingrained habits that overcome day-to-day frustration. They engage in continual self-renewal. This list is valuable to develop your own attitude and emot...

Despite gains, women still face bias in science careers

... Madison, Wis. -- Despite gains in the training of women scientists and the implementation of programs to help women overcome ingrained barriers, the career path of most women scientists at universities remains a difficult trek, fraught with roadblocks of bias, a sometimes chilly campu...

The I of the storm: iPhones, iPains, and iProblems

...ic and not iTV. Terms like interactive and portable were behind the creation of the name iPod , which now is responsible for the letter "i" being ingrained in just about every product category, from iCell, iCar, and iBank to iBrick and just about every word, including iCopy. Feeble minds somehow gravitate...

A prognosis for GE and Abbott Diagnostics

...meant that diagnostic centers were to be left as open targets. While we were not often in a joking mood during those days, it did point out how deeply ingrained our focus on treatment has become. While diagnosis plays second fiddle, what about prognosis? If treatment has appropriately become the centerpi...
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