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Life and Legacy of Philanthropist Theresa Lang Remembered at New York Hospital Queens Gala

Hospital raises $2.1 million FLUSHING, N.Y. , June 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Late philanthropist, Theresa Lang, was remembered as a compassionate matriarch of the New York Hospital Queens family during the hospital's A Spring Night Gala at Lincoln Center this Monday. More than 2,600 ...

It's a Wrap - New York Hospital Queens Goes Red Seven Stories Up to Build Awareness of Women's Risk for Heart Disease

Red Ribbon Brightens Queens Skyline, Sends Message About Heart Health FLUSHING, N.Y., Feb. 5 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is being released by New York Hospital Queens: (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090205/DC67402 ) Details: While thousands of women a...

For Second Consecutive Year New York Hospital Queens Named 100 Top Hospital Performance Improvement Leader

FLUSHING, N.Y., Aug. 13, /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- For a second year in a row, New York Hospital Queens has been selected as one of the top 100 performance improvement leaders among major teaching hospitals in the United States according to a national study released Monday by Thomson Reuters...

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association Launches Long Island and Queens Chapters

Long Island and Queens Groups Will Work to Prevent Sudden Cardiac Arrest Through Public Education and Advocacy WASHINGTON, Jan. 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association (SCAA) announced today that it has launched Long Island and Queens chapters as it builds a ne...

New York Hospital Queens Cardiac Rehabilitation Team Presents Study at World's Leading Heart Disease Conference

Impact of Cardiac Rehabilitation on Heart Disease Patients with Depression To Be Presented Nov. 5 at American Heart Association Scientific Sessions in Orlando FLUSHING, N.Y., Nov. 5 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A study conducted by medical professionals from the New York Hospital Queens Heart...

Urban Health Plan Receives $1.3M from Economic Stimulus Package to Increase Health Care Access in Corona, Queens

NEW YORK, March 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Urban Health Plan, a network of federally qualified community health centers, received $1.3 million in funding from the Economic Stimulus Package (the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act) to provide primary and specialty health care in Corona, Queen...

Keane Wins Revenue Cycle Management Implementation With Mount Sinai Hospital of Queens

Keane EZ-Access Patcom to Streamline Hospital's Operations and Revenue Cycle SAN RAMON, Calif., Feb. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Keane, Inc., a $1 billion-plus global services firm that specializes in enabling transformation of its clients' business and IT functions, to...

Surgery cancellations in Queens land Hospital

The Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital is all set to cancel several hundred operations over the next three months, with the cancellations //of elective surgeries beginning yesterday. According to a leaked memorandum, this would mean that up to 1800 patients would be unable to have a surgery ...

Beauty Queens Urge On The Importance Of Maintaining Bone Integrity

Osteoporosis is already a huge health problem in Asia that is getting more serious every day. It is anticipated that in 45 years (by 2050), one out of every two fractures in the world will occur in Asia//. In view of the figures projected above, it would be sensible for men and women to undergo ost...

Ophthalmic Consultants of Long Island (OCLI), the Largest and One of the Most Prestigious Multi-Specialty Ophthalmology Practices on Long Island, Participates in Mission Cataract USA

...cataracts. OCLI, a participant in the Mission Cataract USA program, is offering this outpatient surgical procedure to residents of Nassau, Suffolk and queens who are not covered by medical insurance and who are unable to pay for the surgery themselves. For more information, please visit www.ocli.net . ...

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VIDEO: Femara(R) helps protect against return of breast cancer even when treatment starts several years after completing tamoxifen therapy

...t cancer survivors who had completed five years of tamoxifen treatment. It was led by the National Cancer Institute of Canada Clinical Trials Group at queens University in Kingston, Ontario with funding from the Canadian Cancer Society and support from Novartis. The trial was unblinded in 2003 after the f...

Hospital to Hold MRSA Briefing for Media and Community Leaders

... team of infectious disease specialists from New York Hospital queens will address the basis of concern about this infection. They ... Thursday, November 1, 2007 at 10 a.m. WHERE: New York Hospital queens 56-45 Main Street, Flushing NY 11355 Lang Auditor...

454 Sequencing(TM) in Science Today: Researchers Uncover a Genetic Basis for Different Social Behaviors in Wasps

...ion (what genes are active and to what extent) in wasps. Gene expression in workers was more similar to foundresses, which show maternal care, than to queens and gynes, which do not. Insulin-related genes were among those genes showing a distinct pattern, suggesting that the evolution of eusociality involve...
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Beauty queens urge girls not to sacrifice their bones

Seven beauty queens from four continents today appealed to girls and young women to realize that modern ideas of "beauty" can damage their bones and lead to osteoporosis later in life. The women, from Australia, Austria, Panama, Thailand, Turkey and Venezuela, were speaking at "IOF Beauties and t...

Temporary infidelity may contribute to the stability of ancient relationships

...not invade. Researchers noticed that several queens from different colonies sometimes start nests very close together and wondered if young queens were given fungi from a nest other than their nata...h associate at the University of Wisconsin. "Young queens adopt a fungus from another nest and cultivate it ...

Ants may help researchers unlock mysteries of human aging process

... different reproductive roles also have a strong impact on the longevity of queens and workers. Released from the everyday activity of the colony and focused only on reproductive tasks, queens live up to 10 times longer than worker ants. As a consequence of differenti...

Fountain of Youth to be found in the anthill?

...dy types, behavior and purpose can become specialized and vastly different. queens typically arise as the single reproductive female in an ant colony, living ...g and Berger to examine what epigenetic factors or genes control longevity. queens in this species are structurally specialized, growing large and also long-l...

Worker ants of the world, unite! You have nothing to lose but your fertility

...study was published in the Nov. 18 edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences . Ants organized in colonies around one or many queens surrounded by their specialized female workers are classic examples of what are called eusocial organisms. "More primitive, or ancestral, ants te...

Studies of small water fleas help ecologists understand population dynamics

...lled "small amplitude" cycles. A key prediction of the theory, worked out through some innovative mathematical work by Bill Nelson, co-author from queens University in Ontario, was that in the small amplitude cycles, individual animals would take much longer to develop to reproductive maturity. This wa...

Building a better bee

...from Turkey. To assure that the imported semen carries no diseases, the scientists established a quarantine area in an ecological preserve at WSU. The queens were recently released from the WSU quarantine and are now at UC Davis for evaluation and propagation. The UC Davis scientist will report on her wo...

Caste in the colony

...rs provide the labor that maintains colony function. In many social insects queens enjoy nearly complete control over reproduction and workers have diversifie...w, then, is it determined which individuals, as developing larvae, becoming queens or different types of workers? A collaborative research team of scientists ...

A bee's future as queen or worker may rest with parasitic fly

... behavior of a nocturnal bee, helping to determine which individuals become queens and which become workers. The finding by researchers from the University...s relative body size compared to nest mates. The larger individuals become queens because they are not dominated." The researchers were able to culture th...

Study suggests past climate changes may have promoted the formation of new species in the Amazon

...ations that live on either side. According to the study, even the Amazon riverwhich at places is nearly 2 miles widehas not kept winged leafcutter ant queens and males from flying across it. "It is interesting that Amazonian rivers acts as barriers to some birds, but these ants are apparently able to cro...
queens in Biological Technology

BioNeutral Group's CEO, Stephen Browand and Chief Scientist, Dr. Andrew Kielbania to Appear on WVOX 1460 AM 'In Focus' Radio Show Hosted by Dr. Dan Miller

... " The Voice of Westchester ." WVOX is a broadly-based regional community station for residents of suburban Westchester County the Bronx, queens and the North Shore or Long Island . Emphasis on the heavily-populated cities of Westchester's Southern tier and affluent villages of Lon...

SANYO Donates Air Purification Systems Effective Against Flu Viruses to New York Airports and Schools

...orced to circulate through the element, inactivating airborne viruses which pass through it. SANYO turned to The Medical Society of the County of queens to help them identify possible schools that would be interested in receiving these units. SANYO currently has allocated several units that are availab...

ALVESCO(R) Gains FDA Approval for the U.S. Market

... improve their quality of life, and will be an important treatment option for physicians," said Myron Zitt, MD, chief of allergy and immunology at the queens Long Island Medical Group in Babylon, N.Y., and clinical associate professor of medicine at the State University of New York, Stony Brook, School of M...

Midwest shines among best hospitals in U.S.

...aulsimon.com), the small (5'3") but prolific folk-rocker, was born on Oct. 13, 1941 in Newark, New Jersey, and was brought up in Queens, N.Y., went to queens College where he graduated with a B.A. in English. He then went on to pursue a degree in law but quit to pursue a career in music with high school bud...
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Supergene

...pergene sulfides from northern Chile. ... Supergene enrichment here involved the replacement of chalcopyrite, pyrite, ... supergene live @ the queens hall january 07filmed and edited by the pembrokeshire college media & film students ... tidylikerecords go live supergene ... In an intri...
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