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The Beryl Companies Reinvents Call Center, Shatters Old Paradigm

DALLAS, May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Long regarded as an industry with low morale, high employee turnover and less-than-ideal working conditions, call centers have shouldered an unflattering reputation with both consumers and workers for decades. It should open more than a few eyes that that one call cen...

Thermal Imaging Shatters Arousal Gender Gap Myth

A new McGill University study that used thermal imaging technology for the first time ever to measure sexual arousal rates has turned the conventional // wisdom that women become aroused more slowly than men on its head. “Comparing sexual arousal between men and women, we see that there is no ...

New Study Disputes Ongoing Controversy Over Memory Screenings

...d today by the Alzheimer's Foundation of America (AFA) disputes an ongoing controversy over the value and utilization of memory screenings. The report shatters unsubstantiated criticism and instead emphasizes the safety and cost-effectiveness of these tools and calls on Congress to develop a national dementia...

Spry Debuts with 'Inspiration Everywhere'

...g Group of America. "There is a clear need for authoritative health and fitness content people can relate to personally in a magazine format." "Spry shatters the myth that there is no room for mass-distributed magazines anymore," said Samir Husni, chair of the journalism department at The University of Miss...

'The Polyamory Handbook': New Guide Covers Entire Spectrum of Rapidly Growing Relationship Style

...rom the mainstream practice of "affairs," which are based upon elements like lying and secrecy. "It is typically not the outside sex that damages or shatters an existing committed relationship when an affair is discovered or suspected," says Benson. "It is the lying and secrecy, which destroys trust, an ess...

White Ribbon Alliance Calls for Investments to Save Women's Lives Lost in Pregnancy and Childbirth

...ucus for Women's Issues. "As a public health nurse who worked closely with young mothers and their families, I know too well that the loss of a mother shatters her family and threatens the well-being of her surviving children." "Maternal mortality is the single greatest health indicator of the failure of ...

New Findings Support Alternatives to Pap Test

...of PATH, an ACCP founder, noted that "cervical cancer represents a huge global inequity with a heavy burden on poor women. It is an awful disease that shatters families by taking women at the peak of their productive lives, when they are in their 40s and 50s. Often, and especially in communities with large nu...

Jeffrey Modell Foundation and Talecris Biotherapeutics Expand Diagnostic Services for Primary Immunodeficiencies at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford

...ying a full life. For example, they often miss 30 or 40 days of school every year. Their illness interrupts their activities, detours their plans, and shatters their dreams." PI affects males and females of all ages, but the most severe forms are frequently detected in childhood. PI often can present in the...

YOU: Staying Young Fourth New York Times Best-Seller for RealAge Test Creator Dr. Michael Roizen!

...nd Barnes & Noble.com. Within just a few weeks, it became the #1 selling book in America, according to the New York Times. YOU: Staying Young, which shatters modern day misconceptions about aging, is the fourth New York Times #1 best-seller for Michael Roizen, MD, cofounder of RealAge.com. Roizen's RealAge:...

Stay Young with an Extended Warranty for Your Body

...e Owner's Manual and YOU: On a Diet, this new book proves that healthy living, not genetics, most profoundly determines how we age. YOU: Staying Young shatters modern day misconceptions about aging. In their typical humorous and direct way, the YOU Docs offer ways to combat the ever-creeping stage in life cal...
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The sound of light: Innovative technology shatters the barriers of modern light microscopy

In the past, even modern technologies have failed to produce high-resolution fluorescence images from this depth because of the strong scattering of light. In the Nature Photonics journal, the Munich researchers describe how they can reveal genetic expression within live fly larvae and fish by "...

Thermal imaging shatters arousal gender gap myth

A new McGill University study that used thermal imaging technology for the first time ever to measure sexual arousal rates has turned the conventional wisdom that women become aroused more slowly than men on its head. "Comparing sexual arousal between men and women, we see that there is ...

Salt block unexpectedly stretches in Sandia experiments

...Sandia principal investigator Jack Houston. "Unlike, say, gold, which is ductile and deforms under pressure, salt is brittle. Hit it with a hammer, it shatters like glass." That a block of salt can stretch rather than remain inert might affect world desalination efforts, which involve choosing particular s...

American Chemical Society Weekly PressPac -- April 8, 2009

... case in point. Once hardened at room temperature, the wax is several times harder and stiffer than the underlying rubber, but even moderate extension shatters the wax. Scientists have been trying for years to develop robust coatings for soft or delicate underlying materials. Until recently, however, scientis...

No sex, but plenty of gene transfer

...was inspired by recent work by Gladyshev and Meselson (2008) that showed bdelloids are exceptionally good at recovering from ionizing radiation, which shatters their DNA. The rotifers' talent for repairing DNA breaks may have evolved due to their desiccation-prone lifestyle. "The effects of radiation and desi...

Common aquatic animals show extreme resistance to radiation

... Sciences in Harvard's Faculty of Arts and Sciences. "They are able to recover and resume normal reproduction after receiving a dose of radiation that shatters their genomes, causing hundreds of DNA double-strand breaks which they are nevertheless able to repair." Meselson and Gladyshev found that the bdel...

How plants avoid feeling the burn

...asure for the first time the electrical conductance within such an important biomolecule. And in doing so, the team has produced a new discovery which shatters the prevailing view. The research team found that oxidation is not required for photoprotection, but rather, carotenoids in a neutral, or uncharged st...

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

...that an explosion of public–private partnerships for health has dramatically altered the landscape of neglected-disease drug development. Her analysis shatters a common illusion—that industry is profoundly disinterested in developing drugs for neglected diseases. “Long-held beliefs on neglected-disease drug d...
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Applied Computational Technologies Appoints a New CEO

...pplication in Radiation Treatment Planning for Cancer Therapy. Applied Computational Technologies' patented technology/software, called ProACTive(TM), shatters today's industry-wide speed barrier to high accuracy dose calculation for radiation therapy. The company blends incredible speed with accuracy, enabli...

Two-week notices: People are still concerned

...om people who are leaving. They either have been unrecognized for their efforts, or not given a raise that they earned, or something else happens that shatters whatever bond of company loyalty they thought they were building. Yes, you do need references, and co-workers can always give you that. As for burn...
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