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Debate Rages over firing of HIV infected health care workers

When we flip through the news papers it isn’t uncommon for us to see news items which tell us that an employee has been fired from an establishment after testing positive for HIV. But rarely do these matters become a major controversy when many sit up and take notice. Especially in the health care ...

Sinking Economy Hit Hard by Soaring Healthcare Costs, Says MedicareSupplementPlans.com

...under control and provide coverage to the more than 40 million uninsured Americans,” Weinstock added. As the debate about health care reform rages on, seniors can rest assured that they have affordable options when it comes to Medicare supplement insurance, according to Weinstock. Ira Polak,...

Westminster Safety Disagreement Highlights Risk in Schools

...do not come into contact with asbestos. Notes to Editors: Hope for those exposed: Asbestos diseases R&D network As the debate rages in Westminster, ministers have been told of the growing magnitude of the need for more and better-co-ordinated R&D on asbestos-related diseases. M...

Video: Pampers Together with Actress Salma Hayek Helps UNICEF Move Closer Toward Goal of Eliminating Deadly Tetanus Through Global 'One Pack = One Vaccine' Campaign

...babies are at risk of contracting tetanus -- tetanus spores can pass through the umbilical cord when cut, infecting both mother and baby. The disease rages through newborns within days of exposure to the bacteria and almost always leads to a quick and painful death. However, tetanus is preventable with a...

A new light on the brains of people with borderline personality disorder

...th borderline personality disorder suffer from an inability to understand the actions of others. They frequently have unstable relationships, fly into rages inappropriately, or become depressed and cannot trust the actions and motives of other people. "It's important that this biological signature has...

Actress/Producer Salma Hayek Launches The Pampers(R) 'One Pack = One Vaccine' Program to Benefit UNICEF

...dbirth in developing countries, where women often must give birth at home in unsanitary conditions without access to adequate health care. The disease rages through newborns within days of their exposure to the tetanus bacteria and almost always leads to a swift and painful death. "The 'One Pack = One Va...

Eye Disease Continuing to Increase Among Americans

...rently, 2 million Americans have been diagnosed with AMD. -- Diabetic retinopathy affects more than 4.4 million. As the diabetes epidemic rages on, the number of cases of the disease will continue to soar. -- There are 2.29 million American adults with glaucoma, the sneak thief of ...

AT-TEN-TION!!! Fit Club Veterans Take on New Recruits in an All New Season of 'Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp' Premiering Thursday, March 13 at 9PM ET/PT

...Sommore, Brian Dunkleman, and A.J. Benza Hosted by Actor/Comedian ANT NEW YORK, March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The battle of the bulge rages on as VH1 returns with a new twist on its popular series. "Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp" premieres on Thursday, March 13th at 9PM ET/PT*. A leaner CF...

Genome-wide survey nets key melanoma gene

... tale of two melanocytes. Given the same genetic mutation, why does one melanocyte shut down growth and become a relatively benign mole, while another rages out of control and develops into deadly melanoma" In trying to tease out the answer to this simple question, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) r...

Nutrition Moves Up on Mom's Purchasing Agenda

... of moms are more concerned now compared to two to three years ago about their children's nutrition. However, the battle between nutrition and taste rages on as parents are actively seeking healthier foods they can be sure their kids will like. According to the survey of approximately 1,000 moms with chi...

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Rages in Biological News

Genomics-based vaccine could prevent deadly cattle disease

...small farmer's dream of escaping poverty in Africa. Killing more than a million cattle and costing some $200 million annually, this tick-borne disease rages across a dozen countries in eastern and central Africa. Now, an international team of scientists has taken the first major step toward a vaccine to pr...
Rages in Biological Technology

CEL-SCI Corporation Releases Letter to Shareholders

...ted that there have been 81 confirmed human cases of H5N1 bird flu in Egypt, of which one-third (27 cases) have been fatal. As the swine flu pandemic rages on, there is a growing risk that H1N1 could find abundant opportunities to swap genes with the bird flu given the prevalence of pigs in Egypt - a comm...

Mr. Jackson Goes to Washington

...en a political hot button for years, and it still seems to make even the most calm, collected, savvy politicians squirm. The healthcare policy debate rages on and seems to be headed toward more government involvement, which is not appealing to a large majority of small businesses. We, as individual users...

Hiring in the name of talent

...ver analysis and reports of this information. Despite the enormous amount of time, effort and resource expended on those activities, a great debate rages over how much data-driven tools and techniques contribute to the effectiveness of hiring and matching talent. I can recall one colossal failure in...
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