Wrinkles can Be Really Ironed Out, Thanks to Vitamin A
Wrinkles, worries, more wrinkles. Well, it doesnt have to be that way always. For experts at the Michigan University Medical School say that they have successfully managed to reduce wrinkles significantly in elderly people by using a cream containing vitamin A.
Not only did the cream make...
Rowenta, Iron Manufacturer, Pits Marines, Quilters, Mothers and Daughters Against One Another to Help Iron Out Breast Cancer
Each quilter donated $5 to be eligible to prove his/her ironing skills
as they bravely took on a fellow opponent and ironed
a pink shirt in less
than two minutes. More than 200 aspiring winners participated in the event.
In addition, Rowenta is selling its specially desig...
AOTA Gets Profession Addressed on House Floor in Federal Loan Repayment Bill
... Pensions Committee to assure their support when the bill goes to
conference. In conference, differences between the House and Senate
versions will be ironed
The American Occupational Therapy Association, established in 1917,
represents more than 35,000 members. AOTA is an active advocate for the
Oxygen Shortage Causes Panic Among Patients
... are some transitional difficulties with the new home oxygen service and we have been assured by the supplier, Air Products, that the problems will be ironed
Experts Building Bird Flu Warning System
... the source of the next human flu pandemic if it mutates into a form easily passed between humans
The exact workings of the system have yet to be ironed
out. The pilot project is expected to be operational in six months and the whole plan should be up and running in two years, said Marco Barbieri of th...
Being proactive with vendors helps healthcare improve IT
...institutions, including the Marshfield Clinic , are reinventing the same wheel again and again" and will do so until the legal aspects of sharing are ironed
out, he said.
"I don't roll my own software," said Gary Wendt , vice chair of informatics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. "I don't think i...
...o stiffen the collars and sleeves of men's shirts and the ruffles of girls' petticoats by applying starch to them as the clean clothes were being ironed
Aside from the smooth, crisp edges it gave to clothing, it served a practical purpose as well. Dirt and sweat from a person's neck and wrists...