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Albert Lea Residents Pledge to Add 10,000 Collective Years of Life to Their City

ALBERT LEA, Minn., May 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Hundreds of Albert Lea residents joined together on Thursday night, May 14, and pledged to take part in the AARP(R)/Blue Zones(R) Vitality Project sponsored by United Health Foundation, an unprecedented city-wide health makeover desig...

Retirement Living TV Announces Series Premiere of Viewpoint with Lea Thompson on July 18, 2008

Emmy-Winning Magazine Program Examines Controversial and Relevant Issues Facing Seniors WASHINGTON, July 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Retirement Living TV (RLTV), the first network dedicated to people 55+, announced today a foray into an often overlooked field of television p...

International Isotopes Inc. Announces Results of the Annual Meeting and Provides an Update on its Depleted Uranium Processing and Fluorine Extraction Process Plant

..., the Company has been working with the Economic Development Corporation of lea County, the State of New Mexico, and lea County to complete the steps necessary for environmental characterization a...

She Works Hard for the Money, so She Shouldn't Have to Work Hard for Great Skin

...n daily. The travel-worthy (0.7 oz. each) products help counteract aging, acne, hyperpigmentation and hormonal skin. D ai ly C lea n se r is a fragrance-free wash that removes dirt and oil from the face and body and loosens dead skin cells T ri - P ow e r ...

Elder Abuse Complaint Filed Against Extendicare

...icare REIT. Norene McPherson's 49-year-old sister, lea Ann, died a few months after the incident. Th...r, Whelan, Coluccio. "But we will seek justice for lea Ann in the courts of Washington State." Nore..., as the Personal Representative for the Estate of lea Ann Steele v. Extendicare Health Services, Inc.;...

France-Israel scientific cooperation agreement

...as well as topics of research and collaboration planned for coming years. The symposium is open to students and researchers who are not members of the lea as well as members of the media. Sponsors of the event are the France-Israel Laboratory of Neuroscience and the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs...

EHE International Helps Alzheimer's Association, New York City Chapter to Raise Awareness About Alzheimer's Disease

... montage showcasing celebrities including David Hyde Pierce, Natalie Morales, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Peter Gallagher, Dominic Chianese, Wayne Brady and lea Thompson and their support for the cause. Every 71 seconds, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer's disease. Currently, there are 5.2 ...

Toxic Chemicals Blamed for Gulf War Illness

... that was not caused by combat stress or other psychological factors," said lea Steele, scientific director of the Research Advisory Committee on Gulf War ...he University of Chicago Medical Center . SOURCES: lea Steele, Ph.D., associate professor, Kansas State University, Manhattan, and...

Nearly 1 in 5 teenagers admit eating problems, but anxiety is a bigger problem than appearance

...adolescence were 20 times more likely to have ongoing eating problems" says lea Hautala from the Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic at the University of Turku, F...ren of this age and in 50 to 60% of cases last about one to two years" says lea Hautala. "However in ten per cent of cases their eating problems can persis...

UPDATE: Retirement Living TV Partners With Maryland Public Television to Address the Issue of Healthcare in America Through Its Series Healthcare '08: Search for Solutions

...s, Dr. William Brody, president of Johns Hopkins University interviews the participants and respected journalists and talents including Judy Woodruff, lea Thompson, Felicia Taylor and Dr. Alexis Abramson act as moderators. "The Federal government is in paralysis because of partisanship and special inte...

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Lea in Medical Technology

American Legion Anticipates Institute of Medicine Report on Gulf War Veterans

...ops during the 1991 Gulf War. These include, most prominently, a group of chemical neurotoxins to which many veterans were exposed. According to Dr. lea Steele, Scientific Director of the federal Research Advisory Committee on Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses, "In years past, it was common for government o...

Pharmacyclics Announces Presentations on Its Novel and Selective HDAC and Bruton's Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitor Compounds

...ke no obligation to publicly update any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. CONTACT: Leiv lea of Pharmacyclics, Inc., +1-408-774-0330; or CarolynBumgardner Wang of WeissComm Partners, +1-415-946-1065, for Pharmacyclics,Inc. Web site:

Pharmacyclics Identifies Functional Biomarkers for its Novel HDAC Inhibitor and Demonstrates Preclinical Anti-Tumor Activity with Bruton's Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors

...ke no obligation to publicly update any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. CONTACT: Leiv lea of Pharmacyclics, Inc., +1-408-774-0330; or CarolynBumgardner Wang of WeissComm Partners, +1-415-946-1065, for Pharmacyclics,Inc. Web site:

Pharmacyclics Announces Presentations and Published Abstracts on Xcytrin at The 2007 American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting

...//www.pharmacyclics.com . Pharmacyclics(R), Xcytrin(R) and the "pentadentate" logo(R) are registered trademarks of Pharmacyclics, Inc. CONTACT: Leiv lea of Pharmacyclics, Inc., +1-408-774-0330; or CarolynBumgardner Wang of WeissComm Partners, +1-415-946-1065, for Pharmacyclics,Inc. Web site:

Pharmacyclics Announces Promising Results From Phase 2 Clinical Trial of Xcytrin in Recurrent, Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

...ke no obligation to publicly update any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. CONTACT: Leiv lea of Pharmacyclics, Inc., +1-408-774-0330; or CarolynBumgardner Wang of WeissComm Partners, Inc., +1-415-225-5050, forPharmacyclics, Inc. Web site:

Pharmacyclics Announces Interim Results From Two Ongoing Phase 2 Trials Supporting Potential of Xcytrin Plus Chemotherapy to Treat Recurrent Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

...ke no obligation to publicly update any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. CONTACT: Leiv lea of Pharmacyclics, Inc., +1-408-774-0330; or CarolynBumgardner Wang of WeissComm Partners, Inc., +1-415-225-5050, forPharmacyclics, Inc. Web site:

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