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'69 New York Jets Continue Their Winning Ways

Joe Namath's Super Bowl crew has fared better with health than many retired players, study finds FRIDAY, Oct. 5 (HealthDay News) -- The pluck and luck that helped the upstart New York Jets football team capture Super Bowl III in 1969 -- considered one of the biggest upsets in U.S. spor...

Plane Facts: Beneficial To Have Medics Full-Time In Super Jets

Rita Mody, who is a committee member of the Royal College of Nurses' In-flight Nurses Association, has provided a valuable insight during the upcoming production// of super jumbo jets. She said it was important to have a member of medical staff on every flight, to ensure immediate care to those who...

Smart for Life(TM) and THINADVENTURE(TM) Sponsor Brandon Flowers Youth Sports Camp

...Tavarius Jackson serves as a consultant on the program and is helping to create exercises kids at all levels can use to get fit and healthy. NY jets Wide Receiver David Clowney awards donation of THINADVENTURE(TM) healthy snack box to deserving athlete: http://www.ereleases.com/pr/2009-SmartforL...

Elite Athletes Use Active Recovery Muscle Stimulator to Prevent Muscle Soreness After Exercise

...almost every athlete after an intense workout and can sideline an athlete for days after a competition. Now elite athletes like Mark Sanchez, New York jets quarterback, are preventing muscle soreness after exercise with the Active Recovery ® program in the Compex Sport muscle stimulator. &...

Artist Neera Dahiya Featured at Silent Auction Held During HealthCorps' Green Garden Gala

... Kenny Anderson, former New Jersey Nets player; Olympic Gold Medal Softball Pitcher Jennie Finch; and Jay Fiedler, retired Miami Dolphins and New York jets Quarterback. Self-taught and Award-winning artist Neera Dahiya was born and raised in Boblingen, Germany, and currently resides in New York City....

Video: Celebrities and Thousands of Walkers Unite at Nation's Capitol to Raise Awareness About Seizures and Epilepsy

.../www.prnewswire.com/mnr/walkforepilepsy/36523/ Walk chair and star of NBC's "Heroes," Greg Grunberg, whose son has epilepsy, as well as New York jets offensive lineman and eight-time Pro Bowler, Alan Faneca, and Atlanta Falcons running back Jason Snelling, both diagnosed years ago, all led their own...

Video: Celebrities and Professional Athletes Invite the Public to Join them at the Third Annual National Walk for Epilepsy on March 28, in Washington, D.C.

...ssional football and television will descend upon the nation's Capitol on Saturday, March 28 for the Third Annual National Walk for Epilepsy. New York jets offensive lineman and eight-time Pro Bowler, Alan Faneca, and Atlanta Falcons running back Jason Snelling, both diagnosed with epilepsy as teenagers, ...

Remedy for Cracked Heels and Removing Calluses

... be the true culprit of cracked heels and callus build up. Avoid getting pedicures in salon chairs, instead opt for a salon that uses basins without jets and that your nail technician properly cleans the equipment." "Summer flat flip flops can displace the fat pads on your heels--as comfor...

Video: The Science Behind the Soak - a Coping Tool for Today's Changing World

...or with 30 patents in 30 years -- recently introduced the elegant Amore Bay home spa with hydronomic underwater loungers that use strategically placed jets for underwater acupressure massage. D1 also debuted the world's first underwater gym -- Aquatic Fitness Systems -- that allows users to safely swim,...

Cleveland Clinic Launches Fully Dedicated International Comprehensive Critical Care Program

...cles including ground ambulance, helicopter, and two fixed-winged jets. The jets are outfitted to provide comprehensive intensive care during intercontinental transports. The jets are configurable for virtually every critical care scenario including mecha...
Jets in Medical Technology

Resurgent Health and Medical Announces That Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota has Ordered 25 CleanTech Automated Handwashing Systems

... skin health while removing dangerous germs. The system further boosts compliance by ensuring a pleasant, uniform handwash using high-pressure water jets that perform a consistent wash-and-sanitize cycle every time the machines are used. About Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota Serving as...
Jets in Medical Products

AVX Catheter

Description:...s designed to remove thrombus in diameters up to 12mm. High-pressure saline jets travel backwards at half the speed of sound to create a low pressure zone c...m effect. Thrombus is drawn into the catheter where it is fragmented by the jets and evacuated from the body....
Company:Possis Medical, Inc.

Xpeedior +120 Catheter

Description:... The AngioJet Xpeedior+120 Rheolytic Thrombectomy catheter is designed to offer the ultimate in thrombectomy performance. Powerful saline jets create a low pressure zone around the catheter tip causing a vacuum effect. Thrombus is drawn into the catheter, where it is fragmented by the jets, a...
Company:Possis Medical, Inc.
Jets in Biological News

Finding out what the Big Bang and ink jets have in common

It often turns out there is more to commonplace everyday events than meets the eye. The folding of paper, or fall of water droplets from a tap, are two such events, both of which involve the creation of singularities requiring sophisticated mathematical techniques to describe, analyse and predict....

Trading energy for safety, bees extend legs to stay stable in wind

...es are so strongly attracted by scents, they will readily traverse severe conditions, such as those created when Combes and Dudley set up powerful air jets in the bees' Panamanian jungle habitats. Using high-speed video, the scientists measured the bees' maximum flight speed as they were buffeted by varyi...

Wings that waggle could cut aircraft emissions by 20 percent

...hich promises to dramatically reduce mid-flight drag, uses tiny air powered jets which redirect the air, making it flow sideways back and forth over the wing. The jets work by the Helmholtz resonance principle - when air is forced into a cavit...

Study compares sound from exploding volcanoes with jet engines

...ation centers. "We hypothesized that these very large natural volcanic jets were making very low frequency jet noise," said Matoza, who conducts resear...ected from the volcano. The study concluded that these large-scale volcanic jets are producing sound in a similar way to smaller-scale man-made jets. "We...

Water in the early universe

...e disk almost face-on as seen from Earth. "This may mean that the water molecules in the masers we're seeing are not in the disk, but in the superfast jets of material being ejected by the gravitational power of the black hole," explains John McKean. For the future, the detection of water in distant ga...

No quick or easy technological fix for climate change, researchers say

...do not have the same effect; they're much less effective in forcing climate compensation. In the end, you would have to fly thousands of high-altitude jets every day to get enough particles into the atmosphere to achieve your goal. And this activity would have to be sustained for hundreds of years." ...

Jupiter's shrinking red spot

...s Can Spread Germs in Airplanes 6) Pulsating jets May Improve Jet Engine Performance and Efficiency ....org/Meeting/DFD08/Event/90679 6) PULSATING jets MAY IMPROVE JET ENGINE PERFORMANCE AND EFFICIENCY ...similar fluid. Engine manufacturers use transverse jets to introduce gases into jet engines for reducing e...

NASA picks ASU research team to guide study of search for life

...t aqueous environments, Galileo spacecraft data indicate that the icy crust of Europa conceals a salty ocean, and the Cassini mission discovered water jets on Enceladus. Beyond the solar system, there are probably many Earth-like planets. Theories suggest that many of these planets are "waterworlds," with...

Brown hosts regional bioengineering conference

... northeast United States will discuss the latest advances in bioengineering research and nanotechnology such as the printing of human organs from ink jets and a new, injectable method for relieving lower back pain at a conference hosted by Brown University April 4-6, 2008. It is the first time that B...

NOAA science story tips -- AAAS 2008 edition

...t--the Hydrometeorology Testbest (HMT) "Atmospheric Rivers" project--will be added to the aircraft's mission. HMT will focus observations on low-level jets of high moisture within winter cyclones making landfall on the West Coast. In addition to causing flooding rains in the coastal mountains and playing ...
Jets in Biological Technology

Highlights of Economic and Business Growth in the Tampa Bay Region

...based in suburban Detroit, will build a $5-million-plus terminal with adjacent hangars to handle clients who own shares of aircraft in its fleet of 11 jets and turboprops. The company has 31 "members," mostly southeast Michigan corporations that fly executives around the country in the comfort and conveni...

Purdue creating wireless sensors to monitor bearings in jet engines

...r engineering graduate student Andrew Kovacs, Peroulis and Sadeghi. The sensors could be in use in a few years in military aircraft such as fighter jets and helicopters. The technology also has potential applications in commercial products, including aircraft and cars. "Anything that has an engine c...

Sarcasm and rainmaking advice coexist in The Art of the Start

...startups that want a share of their market. Theres a reason why people such as Larry Ellison can keep the San Jose airport open late for their private jets while you and I are munching peanuts on Southwest Airlines, Kawasaki writes. And its not because they are old, big, dumb, and slow. Another exampl...

Madison biochip research offers geneticists a big view through a small window

... the gene-mapping project. The oldest applications of biochips for DNA analysis are still used and involve a technique known as spotted array. Ink jets or porous pin heads spray up to 10,000 samples of DNA produced meticulously in tiny test tubes onto a slide or chip. Researchers design masks that b...

Counting Cytostar-T scintillating microplates on the MicroBeta JET

...reagent injectors for measuring prompt (or flash) reactions. Multi-detector jets can have one or two Injector Modules installed for one or two injection...detector JET can have up to four Injector Modules. Multi-detector jets can be set to deliver different reagents to the reading position of each de...
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