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Chinese NGO To Popularize Sex Education For Youngsters

A largest NGO in China is all set to propagate a new method of sex education for youngsters throughout the country. // Xi Xiaoping, vice president with the China Family Planning Association, said: 'Puberty and child-bearing age have arrived earlier in recent years, but sex education is lagging ...

Branded Surgery Is Not Always the "Quick Fix" it is Advertised To Be

...c surgeon who can match the right patient with the best procedure for them." "These named procedures are used by the marketing entity to popularize the technique so that patients ask for it whether it fits their situation or not. This is a problem that can be very dangerous," said Dr. Al Aly...

Frost & Sullivan Sees Opportunities in Chinese Vaccine Industry

...maceutical companies start to promote their vaccines on television and even outdoors in the form of public service advertisements, which also helps to popularize the awareness of disease prevention, hence increases vaccine consumption. Thirdly, the self-paid rate of vaccine is expected to increase. The usa...

Happy Birthday, StriVectin! The Skin Cream that Revolutionized the Anti-Aging Market

... one ever dreamed possible. But StriVectin is more than just a really good skin cream with strong word-of-mouth ...it was the first topical cream to popularize the "peptide revolution" that still holds true today. "Now, virtually every new skin cream contains some kind of peptide," says Nathalie Chevreau, P...

How Can Doing Your Will Online Help Cure Breast Cancer?

... The "Will for a Cure" campaign is part of a broader effort by Benefact to popularize the idea of leaving gifts to charities in wills, or "legacy gifts," as they...neration as a tool for supporting breast cancer research. Benefact hopes to popularize the idea of supporting charities through legacy gifts in wills. ...

New Health IT Survey for Care Management Services Shows Opportunities for Integration, Standardization and Innovation

...f standardized information technology platforms currently available that support the care management process; and 2) the need to define better ways to popularize successful strategies. On the positive side, we are pleased to note that a period of remarkable innovation is emerging." Cheri Lattimer, RN, BSN, CM...

A pain-free window into painful neuropathies

...eze and stain the tissue, and then count the structures. Neurologist David Herrmann, MBBCh, the lead author of the Neurology paper, helped develop and popularize skin biopsy about 10 years ago as a way to keep close track of the condition of nerves in patients. At the time, for some forms of peripheral neuropat...

Baicalin might be a promising therapeutic tool for severe acute pancreatitis

...n has equally effective as octreotide in terms of reduction of renal pathological alterations of rats with SAP. But for Octreotide, It is difficult to popularize especially in remote areas with poor economy since it features high price, short half-life and inconvenient administration, while Baicalin features lo...

‘Healthy Penis’ Ad Campaign-A Succes!

... Way back in 2002, at the San Francisco's 2002 Gay Pride, San Francisco Department of Public Health launched //a novel ad campaign to popularize syphilis testing. In the above said campaign, a cartoon penis by name "Healthy Penis" was introduced to Gayville, encouraging the many hundreds ...

Female Condom – Confidom Launched in Indi

... HLL said on the occasion of the launch of the product- ‘The domestic production will enable us to offer the product at lower price points’. To popularize the product the Government has already placed an order for 500,000 condoms that will be distributed either free or at a subsidized price of Rs.5 per p...
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Fujitsu Develops HDD Security Technology Based on Opal SSC Standards

...se functions, including McAfee, SECUDE, Wave Systems and WinMagic. (*1.) Trusted Computing Group An organization whose goal is to establish and popularize industry-standard specifications for hardware and software needed to build a trusted computing platform. (*2.) Independent Software Vendors McA...
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Businesses are slow to adopt Web 2.0 concepts

...s bringing Web 2.0 to the corporation. Drawing on experience with such organizations as Oracle Corp. and Artesia Technologies , they are working to popularize their version of the enterprise wiki. We've seen corporate communications break down, said Chad Ganske, a spokesman for Brainkeeper , which is dev...
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