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Grubb & Ellis Healthcare REIT Acquires Mountain Plains Portfolio in Texas

SANTA ANA, Calif., Jan. 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Grubb & Ellis Healthcare REIT, Inc. today announced the acquisition of Mountain Plains Portfolio, a two-property medical office building portfolio in San Antonio and the Houston suburb of Webster for $43 million. The acquisition closed i...

The Decline of Males, Why They Die First; at White Plains Hospital September 17

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., Sept. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- A groundbreaking program dealing with the deteriorating physical, mental and emotional status of men, their shorter life spans, unmet gender specific psychological and medical needs will take place Wednesday, September 17 at White Plains Hospital. Th...

Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children & Denver Zoo Announce Mascot Contest Winner

...ky Mountain Hospital for Children at Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center (P/SL) has been helping families from across the Rocky Mountains and Great plains for nearly 20 years with specialized children's medical services. Construction is under way for a state-of-the-art facility on P/SL's campus at 20th a...

Partnership for Prescription Assistance Prepared to Help Nebraska Workers Hurt by Recession

...:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Memorial Health Center 645 Osage Street Sidney, NE Tuesday, June 23, 2009 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Great plains Medical Center 601 West Leota Street North Platte, NE 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Kearney Public Library 2020 1st Avenue Kearney, NE ...

RPD Media Wins Four 'Big W' Awards by the Advertising Club of Westchester County

...ting firm here, has received four Big W Awards from the ACW. ACW recognized RPD Media for producing: an online video podcast focusing on White plains Hospital Center's Westchester Orthopaedic Institute; a radio spot series for WHUD entitled The WHUD Westchester Medical Center Health and Life Min...

STARscanner, STARband Cranial Helmets Making a Difference in the Lives of Children

... Morris plains infant benefits from cutting-edge treatment MORRISTOWN, N.J., May 21 /PRNewswire/ -- When Grace Helmer of Morris plains was four months old, her parents discovered her head was becoming very flat...

MedClean Technologies, Inc. Approved in New Jersey

...sses and this is the first such approval for an on-site hospital system granted since 2005. "With the opening of MedClean's N.J. office in Scotch plains last year, we are poised to deliver proven savings and safe, compliant services to the state's hospitals," said Scott Grisanti, President and CEO of M...

A Medical Miracle: Back from the Dead

...of Cardiac Arrest Thanks Fast Responders and White plains Hospital Emergency Care Team and Technology for Sa...2, 2009 -- Siegrid Buhlheller, a 49-year-old White plains wife and mother of two children--who recently suff...viduals responsible for saving her life: the White plains police, EMTs and the medical staff of White...

Physician's Hospitals Are a Model of True Health Care Reform

...ck Memorial Hospital Spartanburg SC Lewis & Clark Specialty Hospital Yankton SD Dakota plains Surgical Center Aberdeen SD Same Day Surgery Center Rapid City SD Siouxland Surger...

Bunker Hill Community College Celebrates 'Wear Red Day'

...ularly high risk of a heart attack, which prompted BHCC to reach out to the seniors' community of Greater Boston. A group of senior women from Jamaica plains were invited to a sit-down lunch in the College's art gallery, and treated to a variety of hands-on artistic activities with a heart motif. The senior...

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Plains in Medical Technology

NanoBio Demonstrates New Topical Approach to Treating Nail Fungus That Circumvents Problems with Current Therapy

... Washington, D.C. "In testing NB-002 on human cadaver skin, we have demonstrated that the lotion permeates and then laterally diffuses across tissue plains in the epidermis and the dermis to more than 1 centimeter away from the site of application," said Susan Ciotti, Ph.D., director of formulations and r...

Electronic Brachytherapy a Viable Option for Early Stage Breast Cancer, According to Study Presented at ASCO Breast Cancer Symposium

...System, Marietta, GA; Providence Hospital, Providence, RI; Mills Peninsula Hospital, San Mateo, Calif; Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, NY; White plains Hospital, White Plains, NY; and Maryland Regional Cancer Center, Silver Spring, MD. Eligible patients received an accelerated course of radiation tr...
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Allergens, Upper Respiratory Disease Profile, Region 9, Great Plains States (KS, NE, ND, SD)

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Alcoholism, smoking and genetics among Plains American Indians

Alcoholism and smoking have a high rate of co-occurrence in the general population. Yet little is known about the co-morbidity of alcoholism and smoking among American Indians. In the March issue of Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research , researchers examine patterns of alcohol and to...

International conference on CO2 sequestration processes

...dozen other nations. A optional Sept. 9-11 field trip will explore natural sites related to carbon and climate, including glaciers, hot springs, flood plains and lava flows. This project is a partnership of Columbia University's Earth Institute; Reykjavik Energy; University of Iceland; and the National Cent...

Wiping out the world's mass migrations

... (Caribou), Eurasian steppes and plateaus (Chiru and Saiga), North American plains (bison and elk), and African savannahs (zebra and wildebeests). The fewest ...till considered migratory, but their range is now restricted from the Great plains to two small sites in Yellowstone and Alberta. Similar changes are found on...

Indigenous peoples at world summit to share climate change observations, coping techniques

...peoples have adopted a nomadic lifestyle, moving to more forested zones in the dry season, and are now planting manioc, their main staple, in alluvial plains where, previously, it was too moist to plant crops. Indigenous Peoples most at risk According to the International Union for the Conservation ...

Ma and Pa solutions to global warming

...ers do for a desperate and aging population in an environment faced with global warming to re-engage a region that blankets eight states. The Great plains are dotted with oil patches, public utilities, farms, ranches, feed lots, meat-packing plants, medium-size cities, military bases and tiny towns feedi...

April 2009 Geology and GSA Today media highlights

...rom a distinct increase in the 87Sr/86Sr ratios of the mammoth skeletal remains, reflecting a change in the feeding area of the animals, from the vast plains of the continental self to the more mountainous area of present-day Wrangel Island. Renewed glacial activity during the Antarctic cold revers...

Prairie dog research promotes caring, conservation

...ine, lots of other species are going to go, too." Although they only grow to about 15 inches high, prairie dogs are a keystone genus that 200 other plains species depend upon, including insects, hawks, burrowing owls and snakes. Slobodchikoff also argues that the prairie dog's barks, yips and chirpin...

Evidence of earliest known domestic horses found in Kazakhstan

... chin, with the trailing ends acting as the reins. plains Indians called this a war bridle or racing bridle ...n be made to the early horse-herder culture of the plains Indians in America, but with some important differ...le and controllable," said Olsen. "Although the plains Indians often had to develop their own tack, harne...

Birds in Flint Hills of Kansas, Oklahoma face population decline despite large habitat

...ing and widespread grazing The Flint Hills contain the largest remaining tracts of tallgrass prairie, a habitat that once covered much of the Great plains but of which only 4 percent is now left, mostly in the Flint Hills. Far from being pristine prairie, however, the Flint Hills region supports a major ...

Invasive plants challenge scientists in face of environmental change

... Managing invasive plant species on the Great plains has become more challenging in recent years in the...ioxide levels and nitrogen deposition on the Great plains amplify the ability of weedy species to compete wi...ome better adapted for some of these altered Great plains ecosystems than dominant native species." Seast...

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2008 Kansas Day of Innovation Featuring the Fifth Annual Great Plains Capital Conference Scheduled for September

WICHITA, Kan., July 18 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2008 Kansas Day of Innovation featuring the fifth annual Great Plains Capital Conference will be held in Wichita, Kansas, Thursday, September 4th, 2008 at the Wichita Marriott, 9100 Corporate Hills Drive. The conference sponsors are focused on providi...

New Trade Association Formed for North America Camelina Industry

...son, general manager, Sustainable Oils Treasurer: Craig Parker, CEO, Willamette Biomass Processors Secretary: David King, COO, Great plains -- The Camelina Company The first project funded by NACTA, through a grant from the Montana Department of Agriculture, was a researc...

Innocoll Appoints Anthony H. Wild Ph.D. to Its Board of Directors

...da AB of Sweden in 2007. He also served as CEO from 2001 until 2006. Between 1995 and 2000, Dr Wild worked for the Warner-Lambert Company, of Morris plains (NJ). Starting as President of Warner-Lambert's Parke-Davis (North America) unit, he was promoted to Executive Vice President and President of its glo...

Montana State University lab gives early warnings about biological invaders

..., to diagnose correctly and then to communicate information to those with the authority to respond," says Jim Stack, the current director of the Great plains Plant Disease Diagnostic Network and, until recently, director of the National Plant Disease Diagnostic Network. Mary Burrows, a plant pathologist ...

UniCare Unveils Community Resource Center in Topeka to Serve Medicaid Enrollees

... the charitable giving arm of WellPoint, Inc., the parent company of UniCare. Earlier this year, the WellPoint Foundation donated $30,000 to the Great plains Health Alliance Foundation to aid in recovery efforts following the aftermath of the Greensburg tornado. "It is gratifying to know the efforts to reb...

Midwest Investment Bank Piper Jaffray Resurges in New York City

...be in a large city, they chose Great Falls, Mon. Over the next 20 years, the company would further intensify its position in the Midwest and the Great plains states as a presence was acquired via the acquisition of another securities firm Jamieson & Company in 1964. With this acquisition and further e...

Angel groups in Chicagoland beginning to sprout

...lezmatics . Guthries musician son, Arlo, is now touring with the Klezmatics to demonstrate that his fathers vision was far broader than just the Great plains and trains. It seems that Guthrie was in part stimulated by mother-in-law Aliza Greenblatt, a Yiddish poet who (like Guthrie) was passionate about ...

Looking to software to manage the business of education

...stem. Sunergi, a specialist in Microsoft Great plains financial management software, offered the service... technical excellence. On its own, Microsoft Great plains met 85 percent of Carr's requirements. The remaini...department used Microsoft Business Solutions-Great plains along with other third-party applications to creat...

School districts contract with Lawson for new data processing software

...processing systems. The four districts-- Madison Metropolitan School District, Verona Area School District, Oregon School District and Middleton-Cross plains School District, known as the Wisconsin School Consortiumwill share the costs. The Lawson suite includes HR and Financials software, which will en...

Lone Wisconsin firm to present at InvestMidwest

...ers at InvestMidwest, 10 are from around St. Louis, where the conference is being held. Despite the local focus, companies are coming in from both the plains and upper Midwest regions. Dan Broderick, a managing director of Mason Wells' venture funds and chairman of ZyStor, is expected to attend. As are i...
Plains in Biological Definition

Charles Darwin

...ssionaries had become civilised in two years. When revisited after a year, the one they met preferred savagery to a return to civilisation. Stepped plains of shingle and seashells in Patagonia appeared to be raised beaches. In Chile he experienced an earthquake raising the land, then saw seashells hi...
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