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Use Of Mobiles Does Not Result In Tumors

Scientists belonging to the UK's Institute of Cancer Research have revealed that there is no increased risk of developing brain tumor as a result of using mobile phones. The use of mobile phones is in no way connected to glioma, according to the scientists. // Many other researches conducted in Eur...

Snappy Mobiles Known To Cause Snappish Behavior in Families

There is a flip side to cell phones as well! The Cell Boom, a boon to communication has turned a bane to family relationships, according to a recent study.// As part of the study, more than a thousand steady mobile phone users were tracked for over 2 years. The study revealed a definite dec...

Nationwide Foundation Donates $1.7 Million to American Red Cross for Disaster Preparedness and Response and Increased Blood Collections

.... Some of the funds will be used to purchase blood mobiles for Red Cross blood services regions located in Ra...nta, Ga.; and Columbus, Ohio. The three new blood mobiles will help the Red Cross collect approximately 4,00...am for more than 60 years, and the three new blood mobiles purchased with this grant will be on the road each...

Leading Foundations to Form mHealth Alliance

...er that there are 2.2 billion mobile phones in the developing world, 305 million computers but only 11 million hospital beds you can instantly see how mobiles can create effective solutions to address healthcare challenges. Mobile technology is providing new hope in the provision and promotion of quality he...

Stater Bros. Markets Presents $1,143,000 Check to Muscular Dystrophy Association

...gn during the month of August. This campaign provided funds to MDA through the sale of participating products as well as through the sale of $1 and $5 mobiles at the time of checkout. In addition, Stater Bros. has spearheaded the MDA Grocery Industry Alliance Program for the past three years. Stater Bros., i...

Mobile Phones: More Dangerous Than Smoking

...rage of 2600 minutes per month. Source: Safe Wireless Initiative study conducted in Buffalo, New York in early 2005. Men who regularly carry their mobiles near the groin, on a belt or in a pocket could potentially have their sperm count reduced by as much as 30 percent. Source: MSN.com (ACA, Hungarian ...

Got Milk? Campaign Will Recognize and Reward Moms for Their Role as the Family's Chief Health Officer

...To help spread the word, the got milk? campaign is hitting the road to search for hometown Chief Health Officers. From May to September, Milk Mustache mobiles will travel to 75 cities throughout the country hosting free, local events to celebrate mom and her valuable role as the family's nutritional decision...

Whole Foods Market(R) Announces Eco-Conscious Youth Hosts for 'Whole Earth Generation(TM)' Show

...lery where school-area children and the local Boys and Girls Club will collect recycled materials around their homes and schools to create mobiles and sculptures for an art display. The adults at that store can learn how to crochet plastic grocery bags into stylish purses. For deta...

Signalife & Athletes Foundation Complete Second Mobile Health Screening

...way to treat the disease and to save lives. The Foundation is committed to -- and does in fact -- bring new technologies to healthcare, it brings life mobiles to communities so that health care comes to the masses and not visa versa, it provides foundational support for health care facilities and hospitals, ...

Look Out for ICE in Emergency Situations

... one contact name simply enter ICE1, ICE2 and ICE3 etc. Now, the concept has picked up momentum in North America. The news is spread through mobiles as well as the internet. A simple idea that will make a big difference, especially in a country like India where the number of those dying in road acc...
Mobiles in Medical Products

Pulse CDC Compact Cardiac Digital Camera

Features:... or surprises available in an even lower cost single head version (easily upgrades to dual head in the field) ideal for clinics, hospitals and mobiles brain, thyroid and small organ imaging also possible (specialized collimators extra) ...
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Mobiles in Biological Technology

Signalife & Athletes Foundation Dispatch Mobile Health Center to Super Bowl

...n for our advanced society to be so backward. The Foundation is committed to - and does in fact - bring new technologies to healthcare, it brings life mobiles to communities so that health care comes to the masses and not visa versa, it provides foundational support for health care facilities and hospitals, ...

You might work in a Midwest technology environment if...

...y more than 10? Give yourself an extra point for each three-dimensional Trekkie memento. While mouse pads dont count as three-dimensional items, mugs, mobiles and bobble-head dolls do. Is there more than one chess grand master among your colleagues? Alternatively, if you have a workmate who has memorized the...
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