Navigation Links
Terrorism in Medical News

India terrorism by the numbers

COLLEGE PARK, MD. - A long history of terrorism in India precedes the recent coordinated attacks in Mumbai. The Global Terrorism Database (GTD), maintained at the University of Maryland by the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) counts more than 4,100 ...

Does raising the terrorism alert level cause undue stress?

The U.S. Department of Homeland Securitys color-coded system for warning the public of the risk of a terrorist attack does not appear to cause undue stress among law enforcement officers, according to a study by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the University ...

World's aging population to defuse war on terrorism

Changing demographic trends will impact the future of international relations, according to the latest issue of Public Policy & Aging Report (PP&AR) . Several hotbed areas in the world that offer the motive and opportunity for political violence are due to stabilize by the year 2030. Countries...

International Study Finds Ways to Maximize Effective Responses After Terrorism Incidents

A multi-disciplinary panel of blast-related injury experts from eight countries that have recently experienced terrorist attacks examined// and discussed their emergency medical response to blast events and identified common issues that could be used by others to enhance preparedness. The represe...

NIMH Grants Funds To Study The Impact Of Terrorism

A grant of $2.25 million has been awarded to the Kent State University’s Center for the Treatment and Study of Traumatic Stress-Summa Health System // , and University of Haifa's Center for National Security Studies by National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) to study the impact of terrorism and ...

AMERIGROUP Reports Q2 Net Income of $49.6 Million or $0.94 per Diluted Share, Including $0.43 per Diluted Share Positive Impact from Tax Adjustment

...ed service standards; changes in market interest rates or any disruptions in the credit markets; catastrophes, including epidemics, pandemics, acts of terrorism or severe weather; the unfavorable resolution of new or pending litigation; and our ability to finalize the tax adjustment with the Internal Revenue S...

C'elle(SM) Featured on ABC Action News in Tampa Bay

...ation obsolete; any material failure or malfunction in our storage facilities; any natural disaster such as a tornado, other disaster (fire) or act of terrorism that adversely affects stored specimens; the costs associated with defending or prosecuting litigation matters and any material adverse result from su...

Full Transcript of Pelosi Press Conference on Health Care Reform

...Q: I had a question. Now that there are allegations that Vice President Cheney specifically told -- told the CIA not to inform Congress about certain terrorism programs... Speaker Pelosi. If I just may interrupt you, I'll be pleased to answer that at the end, but we have -- and I will... ...

New oral agents may prevent injury after radiation exposure

...K-400 series,'' which could someday be used to prevent radiation-induced injuries to kidneys, lungs, skin, intestinal tract and brains of radiological terrorism victims. The findings, which appear in the June issue of the Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry , describe new agents which can be given orall...

Wisconsin Doctor Raj Ambay Elected to the AMA Board of Trustees

...n the U.S. Army Reserve, Dr. Ambay served after 9/11 through Operation Noble Eagle. He earned the Army Meritorious Service Medal and the Global War on terrorism Medal. Dr. Ambay also served as alderman for his community in the southwest suburbs of Chicago from 1993 to 1997. He put his entrepreneurial skills to...

More>>

Terrorism in Medical Technology

Nation's Laboratory Response Network Marks First Decade of Protecting Public Health

...iseases, toxic spills, natural disasters, chemical terrorism and other public health threats. LRN member l...nent, the Laboratory Response Network for Chemical terrorism Preparedness, or LRN-C. Sixty-two state, territor...threats, whether they be the next SARS or chemical terrorism or a dirty bomb. We can't assume that the threats ...

Early Research Suggests Umbilical Cord Blood Cell Therapy May Reduce Progression of Alzheimer's Disease

...ation obsolete; any material failure or malfunction in our storage facilities; any natural disaster such as a tornado, other disaster (fire) or act of terrorism that adversely affects stored specimens; the costs associated with defending or prosecuting litigation matters and any material adverse result from su...

Abbott Receives Supplemental FDA Approval for its Best-in-Class in Sensitivity RealTime HIV-1 Viral Load Test

...elds of: human identity testing (forensic and paternity testing); biosecurity, which refers to products needed in response to the threat of biological terrorism and other malicious, accidental, and natural biological dangers; and quality and safety testing, for example in food and the environment. Applied Bios...
Terrorism in Medical Dictionary

Terrorism

Terrorism is the systematic use of terror especially as a means of coercion. At present, there is no internationally agreed definition of terrorism . Common definitions of terrorism refer only to those acts which are intended... The word " terrorism " is politically and emotional...

Tularemia

...um has several subspecies with varying degrees of virulence. The most important... Definition of the illness and its symptoms. Information on terrorism and public health. Provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ... People who have tularemia do not need to be isolated. ... ...

Spur

... ... Called also metatarsal spur . ... SPUR NZ home ... SPUR NZ News Letter - Friday, 6 February 2009. Save Sri Lanka from LTTE Tamil Tiger terrorism ... and Mistreated -- SPUR news release. read ... Spur - Definition of Spur at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary with ... on the spur...

Speech problems

...eech and language disorders refer to problems in communication and related areas such ... Sexuality & Sexual Problems . Speech Problems . terrorism & War ... Signs, assessment, and treatment of apraxia in children. ... (SLP) who has knowledge of CAS to rule out other causes of speech ...

SARS

...ine Information Source The most documented transmissions of SARS took place among health-care workers, ... Attempts were made to link SARS to terrorism (a hot topic in the United States ... Read an article outlining ways to prevent the spread of severe acute respiratory syndrome . ... We do ...

Proliferation

...roliferation , nonproliferation - the prevention of something increasing or ... PLUTONIUM PROLIFERATION AND MOX FUEL ... the risks of nuclear terrorism and the international proliferation of plutonium. ... PROLIFERATION WORLDWIDE ... Observance of the non- proliferation treaty rested on a ba...

Heat exhaustion

...-related illness. ... Fortunately, heat exhaustion is preventable. ... Information on preventing heat -related illnesses. Information on terrorism and public health. Provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ... What is heat exhaustion ? ... What is heat exhausti...

Environmental Health

... human health . Other terms that refer to the discipline of environmental health include environmental public health and... Emergency and terrorism Preparedness for Environmental Health Practitioners ... Environmental Public Health Tracking. Global Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) ......

Cyanide

...so cyanid Any of various salts or esters of hydrogen cyanide containing a CN group, especially the extremely poisonous compounds Information on terrorism and public health. Provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ... Cyanide is contained in cigarette smoke and ... Cyanid...

Crush injury

...ted with severe trauma and most commonly ... A person may sustain a crush injury as a result of being trapped in a motor ... Information on terrorism and public health. Provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ... Crush injury is defined as compression of ... Crush ...
Terrorism in Biological News

Combating Terrorism with Commercial Technology: 2009 Force Protection Equipment Demonstration

WASHINGTON, April 21 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- More than 3,200 items of commercially available off-the-shelf equipment for combating terrorism will be displayed during the 2009 Force Protection Equipment Demonstration (FPED VII) at Stafford Regional Airport, Stafford, VA, and Marine Corps Base, Q...

Disabled and other vulnerable groups more susceptible to terrorism fears

Research has shown that certain marginalized groups including the mentally ill, the disabled and ethnic minorities such as African Americans and Latinos fare worse than others in the aftermath of natural disasters, suffering disproportionate impoverishment, injuries and fatalities. Now, a ...

RAND study finds increase in piracy and terrorism at sea

Acts of piracy and terrorism at sea are on the rise, but there is little evidence to support concerns from some governments and international organizations that pirates and terrorists are beginning to collude with one another, according to a RAND Corporation study issued today. The objectives o...

Demonstration Features Commercial Technology for Combating Terrorism

WASHINGTON, May 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Military and civilian personnel from the U.S. Armed Forces, as well as federal, state and local homeland security, law enforcement and other first-responder personnel from throughout the United States, and defense media have been encouraged to register and attend ...

Demonstration Features Commercial Technology for Combating Terrorism

WASHINGTON, May 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Military and civilian personnel from the U.S. Armed Forces, as well as federal, state and local homeland security, law enforcement and other first-responder personnel from throughout the United States, and defense media have been encouraged to register and attend ...

Demonstration Targets Terrorism

WASHINGTON, Feb. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Military, homeland security, law enforcement and other first-responder personnel throughout the United States are being encouraged to attend the 2009 Force Protection Equipment Demonstration (FPED VII) in northern Virginia this May 19-21. Nearly 600 exhibit...

BIO5 researcher identifies cities at risk for terrorism

A University of Arizona researcher has created a new system to dramatically show American cities their relative level of vulnerability to bioterrorism. Walter W. Piegorsch, an expert on environmental risk, has placed 132 major cities from Albany, N.Y., to Youngstown, Ohio on a color-coded map...

New use for stem cells found in war on terrorism

For more than a decade, Steve Stice has dedicated his research using embryonic stem cells to improving the lives of people with degenerative diseases and debilitating injuries. His most recent discovery, which produces billions of neural cells from a few stem cells, could now aid in national secur...

Monitoring water through a snake's eyes

...soluble, non-toxic, and biocompatible materials. "You can eat them and nothing will happen to you," he notes. Prof. Katzir's determination to fight terrorism through science has a personal side as well. His father, world-renowned scientist Prof. Aharon Katzir, was assassinated by the Japanese Red Army in a ...

American Chemical Society Weekly PressPac -- April 8, 2009

...sts for detecting the bioterrorism agent ricin Analytical Chemistry In a development that could help safeguard people against potential acts of terrorism involving ricin, two groups of scientists in Georgia and New York are reporting the development of faster, more sensitive tests for detecting the dead...
Terrorism in Biological Technology

Disabled and other vulnerable groups more susceptible to terrorism fears

Research has shown that certain marginalized groups including the mentally ill, the disabled and ethnic minorities such as African Americans and Latinos fare worse than others in the aftermath of natural disasters, suffering disproportionate impoverishment, injuries and fatalities. Now, a ...

Disabled and other vulnerable groups more susceptible to terrorism fears

Research has shown that certain marginalized groups including the mentally ill, the disabled and ethnic minorities such as African Americans and Latinos fare worse than others in the aftermath of natural disasters, suffering disproportionate impoverishment, injuries and fatalities. Now, a ...

Disabled and other vulnerable groups more susceptible to terrorism fears

Research has shown that certain marginalized groups including the mentally ill, the disabled and ethnic minorities such as African Americans and Latinos fare worse than others in the aftermath of natural disasters, suffering disproportionate impoverishment, injuries and fatalities. Now, a ...

RAND study finds increase in piracy and terrorism at sea

Acts of piracy and terrorism at sea are on the rise, but there is little evidence to support concerns from some governments and international organizations that pirates and terrorists are beginning to collude with one another, according to a RAND Corporation study issued today. The objectives o...

RAND study finds increase in piracy and terrorism at sea

Acts of piracy and terrorism at sea are on the rise, but there is little evidence to support concerns from some governments and international organizations that pirates and terrorists are beginning to collude with one another, according to a RAND Corporation study issued today. The objectives o...

New use for stem cells found in war on terrorism

For more than a decade, Steve Stice has dedicated his research using embryonic stem cells to improving the lives of people with degenerative diseases and debilitating injuries. His most recent discovery, which produces billions of neural cells from a few stem cells, could now aid in national secur...

Monitoring water through a snake's eyes

...soluble, non-toxic, and biocompatible materials. "You can eat them and nothing will happen to you," he notes. Prof. Katzir's determination to fight terrorism through science has a personal side as well. His father, world-renowned scientist Prof. Aharon Katzir, was assassinated by the Japanese Red Army in a ...

Monitoring water through a snake's eyes

...soluble, non-toxic, and biocompatible materials. "You can eat them and nothing will happen to you," he notes. Prof. Katzir's determination to fight terrorism through science has a personal side as well. His father, world-renowned scientist Prof. Aharon Katzir, was assassinated by the Japanese Red Army in a ...

SHARE Program Launched to Address the Challenges of Achieving Blood Pressure Goal

...products and raw materials, medication safety, changes in exchange rates, government regulations, employee relations, taxes, political instability and terrorism as well as the results of independent demands and governmental inquiries that affect the affairs of the company. All forward-looking statements contai...

News Release: Homeland Security to Take Centre Stage with Global Security Asia 2009

...Asia-Pacific's largest and most comprehensive homeland security and counter terrorism Conference and Exhibition, Global Security Asia 2009 (GSA 2009), will be he...Asia-Pacific's largest and most comprehensive homeland security and counter terrorism conference and exhibition. Held at the Singapore Expo from 17 - 19 March 20...
Other Tags
(Date:10/25/2014)... York, NY (PRWEB) October 26, 2014 ... treatments, announces the most advanced and improved laser treatments ... effective and safe treatments like the lip enhancement ... in keeping with specific focus areas of each customer. ... like cellulite reduction NYC . The company cited ...
(Date:10/25/2014)... -- Arriving home safe and sound is one of the ... sure that costumes and goody bags have reflective strips that ... medicine doctor at Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center in Secaucus, N.J. ... should be flame-resistant, Davis said. He offers these others ... it on a small area of skin first to ensure ...
(Date:10/25/2014)... 25, 2014 TASC (Total Administrative ... other benefits account management services, announces the release ... save on taxes, reduce administrative workload, and lessen ... savings and the efficient handling of complex, time-sensitive, ... that best meets their goals and objectives. The ...
(Date:10/25/2014)... 2014 QueenBeeTickets.com has a variety of ... at affordable prices. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet ... Nationwide Arena are going on sale October 25 and ... to browse the selection of tickets for Bob ... The famous singer is touring North America beginning next ...
(Date:10/25/2014)... 2014 Mesothelioma researchers are reporting extended ... pemetrexed (Alimta), after his combination drug therapy became too ... , just posted on the Surviving Mesothelioma website. ... Center in Japan suggests that “maintenance therapy” with pemetrexed ... who cannot tolerate higher doses of cisplatin. , ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:BioSkinLaser.Com Now Offers Advanced Medical Aesthetics Procedures 2Health News:BioSkinLaser.Com Now Offers Advanced Medical Aesthetics Procedures 3Health News:Tips for Safe Trick-or-Treating 2Health News:TASC’s New Suites Offer Tax Savings and Protection 2Health News:QueenBeeTickets.com Features Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band Tickets for Charleston Civic Center, Huntington Center, and Nationwide Arena at Reduced Prices 2Health News:New Report Illustrates Extended Mesothelioma Survival with “Maintenance Therapy”, According to Surviving Mesothelioma 2
(Date:10/15/2014)... admitted Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) as a ... continues to maintain a significant nationwide standing in ... acceptance of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz as a ... in the national and international competition for the ... Rhineland-Palatinate can be proud that Mainz University has ...
(Date:10/15/2014)... in female mice to an enzyme activated by the ... resistant to respiratory infections than males. Now, an international ... bacterial pneumonia in female mice is linked to the ... that this enzyme is ultimately activated by the release ... lead by Professor Lester Kobzik at the Harvard University ...
(Date:10/15/2014)... 44th Rosenstiel Award for Distinguished Work in Biomedical Science ... mechanisms of genomic instability and its implications for the ... alumnus to win the Rosenstiel Award; the first, Rod ... is the Charles A. Janeway Professor of Pediatrics and ... investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute at Boston ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz joins Germany's Gauss-Allianz as a full member 2Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz joins Germany's Gauss-Allianz as a full member 3Brandeis awards 44th Rosenstiel Award to pioneering geneticist Fred Alt 2
Other Contents