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Free Access to Taxotere Instills New Hope among Early Stage Breast Cancer Patients

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence said that 10,000 breast cancer patients who are in their early stage of the disease would be given free access to// Taxotere, a chemotherapy drug. This drug was initially given to those suffering from late-stage breast cancer. Statistics sai...

Girls and Math: Blame the Culture, Not Ability

... demographics, with the ratio of girls to boys excelling in math being closely linked to gender equity within the demographic group. "U.S. culture instills in students the belief that math talent is innate; if one is not naturally good at math, there is little one can do to become good at it," Mertz said....

Three New Programs Confer Degrees at MSPP Graduation on June 7, 2009

...inciples to improve the environment, increase productivity and enhance the lives of individuals in a modern, rapidly changing workplace. "This program instills a critical skill -- the ability to understand human behavior in the context of how things get done in an organization," says Program Director Dr. Mari...

iDrug Technology Hopes to Promote Economic Stimulus at the Subconscious Level of Every Citizen

...ats technology, eliminating the need for headphones. To introduce interested parties to entraining, Galaviz is offering two free iDrugs, one that instills safe driving habits and one that positively affects ADD/ADHD. The ADD/ADHD iDrug was created in the hopes of developing a natural method for a conditi...

Good News for Tough Times: Small, Private University Responds to Today's Economic Challenges

...f great personal crisis, counselors respond with both empathy and expertise. Our counseling graduates are finding a career niche that at the same time instills hope for a mutual future of health and wellness, helping individuals, families and communities walk the path of progress." She welcomes interested adv...

St. Joseph Health System Fights Childhood Obesity With New 'Healthy For Life' Program

...d a responsible diet. Students in more than 47 Orange County schools participate in this free, curriculum-based physical education program that instills the importance of fitness and nutrition to obtain optimum and long-lasting healthy results. A physician and dietician from one of the SJHS hospitals g...

Hospitals Now Able to Analyze Medical Mistakes without Fear of Lawsuits

...uman Performance Technology Group (HTPG) has successfully made quality improvement and patient safety its mission by delivering a proactive model that instills a culture of communication and learning to healthcare systems. Recently designated a Patient Safety Organization (PSO), HPTG provides a full array of ...

SoLo's Olympic Success Fuels NBA Preseason

...mance fueling program. SoLo's unique design delivers energy slowly as working muscles need it, sparing precious energy reserves at the same time. This instills a trust that SoLo Bars will provide the long term energy the players and trainers need, without the highs and lows experienced when using so many othe...

Brooks(R) Sports Launches BioMoGo Biodegradable Shoe

...etail partners," said Rick Wilhelm, vice president of sales for Brooks. "Runners want performance gear that not only feels good when running, but also instills pride in the brand they're sporting." BioMoGo is the latest project Brooks has initiated to support its sustainability focus. Other examples include...

EggFusion Helps Retailers Address Consumers' Food Safety Concerns

...ple step toward offering consumers more insight into their food supply," said Bradley Parker, founder and chairman of EggFusion. "Our service not only instills consumer confidence in an important kitchen staple, it also demonstrates the retailer's dedication to enhancing food safety for its customers." In a...
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Eating competence may lower risk of heart disease

...his research is that we now have an instrument to measure eating competence. We are developing a curriculum that we are going to test until we know it instills eating competence," said Lohse, whose findings appear in the current issue (September/October) in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior. The...
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Z Therapy Is The First In North Texas To Offer Revolutionary Treatment Option For Neck Pain Sufferers

...life-long and permanent, but it's exactly the opposite," said Zach Tallon, president of Z Therapy. "The MCU provides incredible results and instills hope for those who have lived with chronic neck pains." Statistics show that more than 200,000 Texans are injured in an auto accident each ye...
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