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Consumer Watchdog Praises Insurance Commissioner Poizner for Health Insurance 'Rescission' Rules, Pans Schwarzenegger Administration for Failure to Regulate HMOs

Without Parallel Rules in Dept. of Managed Health Care, Insurers Can "Discriminate...On the Basis of Which Agency Regulates" the Policy. LOS ANGELES, June 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- At a press conference today in Los Angeles, Consumer Watchdog joined California Insurance Commissioner Steve ...

'Pan'demonium Over Non -stick Pans

Sydney: An Australian regulator of industrial chemicals has suggested that we may not be able to stomach what pans out following the prolonged use of non-stick frying// pans and baking trays; intake of harmful toxins present in non-stick cookware, could penetrate into our system causing health prob...

Scientists Find Way to Make 'Good' Brown Fat

...er amounts of brown fat." White fat, on the other hand, stores calories and contributes to obesity. "This could be very important research if it pans out," said Dr. Spyros Mezitis, an endocrinologist with Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. "It could provide a lot of opportunities for new therapeu...

Minimally Invasive Surgery Not Better for Sciatica

...al technique is bound to be popular "because the public wants a less invasive procedure if it accomplishes the same thing," Albert said. "Sometimes it pans out and sometimes it doesn't. With knee surgery it has, but minimally invasive hip surgery, which was a big rage a few years ago, is not necessarily b...

New UVC Kit Destroys Microorganisms Including flu Viruses, Bacteria and Mold

...ad of infectious diseases and eliminate the major source of allergy and asthma discomfort. It also eliminates surface biofilm to keep coils and drain pans in a constantly clean state, saving money by reducing HVAC energy use and eliminating costly chemical cleanings. The UVC Kit for Air Handlers inc...

New therapy with stem cells to treat Crohn's disease

...lowing the transplant, and are now responding favorably to drugs. Dr. Julin pans and Dr. Elena Ricart over the Gastroenterology Department of Hospital Clnic...ch of the phases of the process to autologous Transplant. In this case, Dr. pans and Dr. Ricart from the gastroenterology department work together with Dr. ...

New findings on old kidneys could enhance transplants, Stanford study shows

...ing. She predicts that the kidneys with fewer glomeruli at the time of transplantation will underperform those with more glomeruli. If this prediction pans out, the procedure could be the basis of a pre-transplant kidney test: Physicians could take blood and tissue samples from older donor kidneys before ...

Thanksgiving Cooks Serve up a Side of Safety to Loved Ones

... them away from you to protect your face and hands from steam. -- BE SURE POT HANDLES ARE OUT OF REACH: Turn the handles of pots and pans toward the back of the stove where children cannot reach them. -- THE OVEN IS FOR THE TURKEY: Never use the oven to heat a room. It could p...

Tips for Maintaining Your Physique While Enjoying Your Favorite Treats

... a few more deep breaths, inhaling through the nose and out through the mouth. Squatting for Pots and Pans When it's time to pull out the pots and pans under the kitchen counter, try squatting down next to the pot instead of bending over. This is an exercise that is great for strengthening the arms an...

Radio-Wave Devices May Play Havoc With Medical Equipment

...of the American Medical Association . However, the scope of the danger is not yet clear. "This leaves us concerned, [but] we have to see if this pans out in a real intensive care unit," said Dr. Donald M. Berwick, president and CEO of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement in Cambridge, Mass., and...

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Cross kingdom conflicts on a beetle's back

...e remaining supply of Entomocorticium and heads for another tree. The beetles live, and the infernal mite is thwarted. Surprise ending: The camera pans back, and we quickly realize that the beetles' success has cost the tree its life. An aerial view reveals miles and miles of dead pine forest, and, as...

Taking a cue from breath fresheners, researcher develops new method for taste testing

...scorbic acid for sour, quinine for bitter, and monosodium glutamate for umami taste. Once the solution is cool, it is then poured onto Teflon-coated pans and allowed to dry five to six hours in order to produce a clear, thin film. When dry, the films are carefully removed, and cut into one-inch-square ...

Turtle studies suggest health risks from environmental contaminants

... The same chemicals that keep food from sticking to our frying pans and stains from setting in our carpets are damaging the livers and impairing the immune systems of loggerhead turtlesan environmental health impact th...

Jingle bells not merry for tone-deaf individuals

...sic of musical skills or deriving any enjoyment from music. As one tone-deaf individual describes it, listening to music is like listening to pots and pans being thrown on a kitchen floor. Overall, behavioral evidence indicates that congenital amusia is due to a severe deficit in the processing of pit...

Elderly mice yield clues to the process of growing old

...chondrial function may pave the way for strategies to retard aging. "The idea would be to reduce the level of cell death and improve function. If that pans out, then we can begin to think about pharmaceutical interventions to retard aging by preserving mitochondrial function." ...
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