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Oceans, coasts and your health: Reducing risks and reaping rewards

It is clear that the health of our ocean and coastal environment is intimately linked to our health. New ocean and coastal related diseases are emerging. Our beaches and coastal waters are increasingly contaminated. Yet there is a growing awareness about the treasure trove of pharmaceuticals, na...

London's Barts Hospital Selects Varian Equipment to Offer Advanced Radiotherapy to More Cancer Patients

...linical oncologist, adds, "RapidArc will offer substantial benefits to our patients and is an exciting step forward for our department. We are already reaping the rewards of IMRT and RapidArc will build on this by combining image guidance and faster treatment times with excellent dose conformity." Rap...

MedAptus Customers Capitalizing on P4P Incentives via Intelligent Charge Capture

... Community Healthcare, Inc. and Partners HealthCare System, first adopted MedAptus' Practice Plus Edition for web-based charge capture in 2006. Beyond reaping efficiency benefits stemming from P4P, the group's clinician-users also enjoy seamless system integration between MedAptus and their electronic record...

Entrepreneur Magazine: MxSecure Among 100 "Brilliant Companies"

...tors that are defining and juicing the new economy…," then they "sniffed out 10 innovative companies within those industries that are reaping the fruits of their brilliance." In their assessment of the $2.4 trillion healthcare sector, the magazine told their monthly audience of...

Early Alzheimer's diagnosis offers large social, fiscal benefits

...al patient, Weimer says, and could climb to five times that with the development of drugs that could stop disease progression. A major challenge to reaping these potential savings is the current lack of mechanisms for screening and early diagnosis, allowing the vast majority of affected people to go unrec...

Australian clinical trials threatened: Jobs and patient access to new treatments at stake

...mmunications and IT industries. An estimated 20,000 people volunteer to participate in over 700 clinical trials in Australia each year, personally reaping the benefits of access to breakthrough treatments early and typically better outcomes as a direct result of the increased medical care and attention t...

Precyse Solutions Adds Executives, Realigns Around Service Lines

...ents continue to focus on cost management, cash flow acceleration and seek the benefits of full computerization of electronic health records, they are reaping great benefits from implementing best practices and platform solutions in HIM. Precyse is fortunate to enjoy a strong reputation for delivering exper...

Farmers' Trans Fat Solution Efforts Preserve $700 Million Market

...ns fat content. The blow could have been harsh for American jobs in the agriculture sector of the economy. However, the nation's soybean farmers are reaping the rewards of a long-term strategy, launched more than a decade ago by the United Soybean Board (USB), to develop new soybeans for healthier oils. ...

Healthcare Organizations Launch Collaborative Initiative to Test HIPAA Transactions Against Proposed 5010 Standards

...exploring opportunities that streamline the overall regulatory process by having industry test and implement new standards in the field, with everyone reaping the benefits of the improved processes," said Kerry Weems, Acting Administrator of CMS. On August 22, 2008, CMS issued a proposed rule that woul...

New Report: Public Insurance Option Needed to Provide Affordable, Quality Health Coverage

...care would be more efficient and would provide greater choice. Without a public plan, insurance companies will have little incentive to control costs, reaping profits at the expense of beneficiaries." Institute for America's Future co-director Roger Hickey joined Rep. Stark and Hacker on the call,...
Reaping in Biological News

News from the December 2008 Journal of the American Dietetic Association

...chers concluded: "With awareness of how small changes may influence health, Americans may be motivated to make gradual changes in their diet patterns, reaping measurable health benefits and reducing the burden on the national health care system." ...

Forest peoples' rights key to reducing emissions from deforestation

...DD ineffective. Or we can learn from the lessons of the past, recognize the property and human rights of forest dwellers, and almost immediately start reaping the benefits." ...

What a sleep study can reveal about fibromyalgia

...more effective than some of those currently availableat home where they can sleep in their own familiar bedrooms," he suggested. Both partners are reaping the benefits of the collaboration, Burns said. Not only can automated technology improve clinical research; what the MTRI scientists have learned abou...

A New Era of Hope for the World's Most Neglected Diseases

...wn neglected-disease research. Morel and colleagues have called these the “innovative developing countries?(Science 309: 401?04), and say they are now reaping the benefits of decades of investment in education, health research infrastructure, and manufacturing capacity. These countries can begin controlling ...

Two new retroviruses—transmitted from animals—identified

...ve voice and swallowing function. "The daVinci Robot has been FDA-approved and successfully integrated into cardiac and urologic surgery. Patients are reaping the benefits with decreased bleeding, less pain, and are able to return to work sooner," said otorhinolaryngologist Neil G. Hockstein, MD, who served ...

Penn Researchers Use Robotic Surgery

...ve voice and swallowing function. "The daVinci Robot has been FDA-approved and successfully integrated into cardiac and urologic surgery. Patients are reaping the benefits with decreased bleeding, less pain, and are able to return to work sooner," said otorhinolaryngologist Neil G. Hockstein, MD, who served ...
Reaping in Biological Technology

PAREXEL Consulting Quantifies Speed to Market: First-Cycle Approval for NME Produces $640 Million in Incremental Revenue on Average

...ons," said Gadi Saarony, Corporate Vice President and Worldwide Head, PAREXEL Consulting. "More than ever, biopharmaceutical companies should focus on reaping the greatest return on their R&D investments, maximizing product value at every stage of the lifecycle, and gaining the most efficiency from the devel...

deCODE genetics Announces Second Quarter 2008 Financial Results

...pen the medical and market potential of our lead drug development programs. This is important as we pursue partnership opportunities, with the goal of reaping significant upside from these programs in major therapeutic areas while managing risk," said Kari Stefansson, CEO of deCODE. Recent highlights inclu...

Nutrition 21 Reports Fiscal Third Quarter 2008 Financial Results

...usiness -- both in the retail and direct response business units. All of this accomplishment has come at a significant cost. We are now ready to begin reaping the fruits of that investment. Our new top management has been tasked with achieving positive EBITDA (a non-GAAP measure defined as net earnings befor...

The Recession List - Top 10 Industries to Fly and Flop in 2008

... weaknesses in overall advertising spending." Booming Biotechnology As consumers' attitudes toward biotechnology products improve, the industry is reaping long-awaited rewards, expecting to grow by 12.9 percent this year. Another factor influencing the biotechnology sector's success, according to IBISWor...

Life Sciences Industry Reaches Crossroad Say Noted Pillsbury Attorneys

...ng record sales of $740 billion, according to the IMS Health's 2008 Global Pharmaceutical Market and Therapy Forecast. -- While Big Pharma is reaping huge rewards distributing blockbuster pills, most new drugs are developed at small, innovative start-ups, while R&D costs are rising -- to the...

Ohio Pioneers the Creation of a New 21st Century Industry

...onsored H.B. 233." As Ohio continues its focus building up 21st-century industries, the visionary leaders of polymer-related businesses are not only reaping the benefits of the state's business-friendly environment, but also experiencing the high quality of life accessible statewide. "Business leaders ar...

Looking to software to manage the business of education

... The University of Wisconsin-Madison is among the higher education institutions that have embraced modern business management software and it is now reaping the rewards. The university's Materials Distribution Services and Surplus With A Purpose (MDS/SWAP) department used Microsoft Business Solutions-G...

Renew your domain name!

... it is allowed to expire. However, the danger does not stop there. Domain monetization This new breed of investors in Internet domain names is reaping fantastic profits by virtue of two web trends: direct navigation and pay-per-click advertising. Articles published in The Wall Street Journal , Busi...

Locations must have connectivity to be viable

...its shortcomings on your highway. Small wonder It seems strange that smaller cities are viewing this as a critical problem to overcome and are reaping the rewards for their efforts. Do you think Fort Wayne, Ind ., with a population of 254,000, could become bigger in 20 or 30 years than Milwaukee , ...
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(Date:7/9/2014)... gene for another in a line of living stem ... within this decade. As with any new technology, it ... genes in humans, for example--as well as questions and ... those concerns to rest: using gene-editing techniques on stem ... the cells. The new results were published July 3 ...
(Date:7/9/2014)... the geographic ranges in which animals can be found, ... parasites. Does an increased range for a host mean ... necessarily, says a team of UC Santa Barbara scientists, ... study published in the Journal of Biogeography , ... the opposite may happen: Hosts may actually lose their ...
(Date:7/9/2014)... Emerging fungal pathogens pose a greater threat ... population declines of amphibians, bats, corals, bees and ... Florida published in the prestigious journal Nature ... immunological resistance to a deadly chytrid fungus implicated ... resistance is important because it is the basis ...
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