Navigation Links
Tourists in Medical News

Touchstone Energy Open Brings Future PGA Stars, Tourists to Eastern N.C.

Ronald McDonald House to Benefit GREENVILLE, N.C., April 15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- More than 150 golfers will tee off this week at the Touchstone Energy Open at Brook Valley Country Club in Greenville, N.C. Players will compete for a first-place purse of $25,000 at the 72-hole tournamen...

Health Tourists Put Spanish Service Under Strain

Waves of tourists have been coming to Spain's sun-kissed eastern and southern coastline for decades and convalescents among them are connoisseurs of the climate's restorative properties. But as European integration progresses, more and more health "tourists" and foreign residents buying int...

Briton tourists warned of Bird flu threat in Turkey

Spread of H5N1 bird flu strain in Turkey had led to researchers warning British tourists to keep away from turkey this summer to avoid spread of bird flu virus into Britain. Despite these warnings of a possible spread of bird flu tourists are booking holidays in Turkish resorts.// The Association o...

Avenues to opened for medical tourists following relaxation of visa regulations

India has always been looked at by outsiders as the land of mystic magic, serine breath taking beauty, and the harmonious central key to getting in touch with the spiritual side of humanity. However there is more to // this large sub-continent then what meets the eye at first glance that cannot be ...

Beijing Says Food Safe for Olympic Athletes, Tourists

Athletes and visitors heading to Beijing for the Olympics should not be concerned by recent Chinese food scandals, as many safety measures are being put in place for the Games, city officials said. International alarm over Chinese food exports has been building for weeks amid reports of to...

For Many, 9/11-Linked Trauma Emerged Years Later

...eported such symptoms before 9/11, according to the study. Groups with the highest levels of chronic post-traumatic stress symptoms were commuters, tourists and other passers-by, with 23 percent reporting symptoms in 2006-2007. Office workers were most likely to have had their symptoms dissipate, and resc...

Leave Worries Behind When Packing for Vacation

...to the poor house and instead perceived that "the trip was well worth the money spent." Sirgy's conclusions are based on a survey of more than 260 tourists asked about benefits and costs of travel and how those factors affect satisfaction in general and in relation to specific areas such as social, family...

Patients Beyond Borders Thailand Edition to Launch in September

...ers to Thailand. For nearly 50 years, TAT has played a significant role in national tourism activities that have encouraged Thai and international tourists to experience the incredible variety of tourism destinations available. Thirty-five local and 22 overseas TAT offices disseminate Thailand tourism inf...

Janet Sartin Expands Line of Products That Reduce and Conceal Eye Puffiness and Fine Lines

...ele. Her oily skin products promote a healthy and radiant appearance while treating acne and blemishes. Janet Sartin encourages New York residents and tourists to visit the Janet Sartin spa in NY for a New York Skin treatment and to discover how beautiful skin can be with Janet Sartin. For more information, v...

New York City's World Product Centre Announces Initial Charter Partners

...egional, and ultimately national, sales and marketing activities offers enormous opportunity. Not to mention that half-a-billion business visitors and tourists are expected to visit New York City across the next decade." Leaders among the largest healthcare providers in the country agree that WPC will be...
Tourists in Medical Technology

Anpath Group, Inc. Advances Relationship With the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Metro)

...the United States. Safe, clean and reliable, "America's Transit System" transports more than a third of the federal government to work and millions of tourists to the landmarks in the Nation's Capital. Metrorail and Metrobus serve a population of 3.5 million within a 1,500 square-mile area. The transit zone c...

ASEAN News: Epeius Biotechnologies Gains Commercial Approval for Rexin-G(R), a Tumor-Targeted Gene-Based Medicine for Metastatic Cancer

...d genetic medicine to the bedside." Now that Rexin-G is commercially available to Philippine physicians and their patients, and to a host of medical tourists from the United States, Europe, and Japan, the next step is to expand its availability to these countries and to ASEAN countries that share cooperativ...
Tourists in Medical Dictionary

Sunburn

...reatment of the reddening of the skin from excessive exposure to the sun's rays. Sunburn , a Action Game from AddictingGames: Char broil these tourists to a crisp. Your job is to make sure that SPF isn't a word in our vocabulary. How many sunbathers Sunburn — Comprehensive overview c...
Tourists in Biological News

Technology guide: Principles -- applications -- trends

... Here, simple building blocks organize themselves into complex structures with new properties, in much the same way as happens in nature. Just like tourists navigating their way through a foreign city with guidebooks in their hands, interested readers can familiarize themselves with the technological field...

Afghanistan declares its first national park

...he 1970s. Tourism was almost entirely absent during the war years between 1979-2001. Today, Band-e-Amir is visited every year by thousands of Afghan tourists and religious pilgrims as well as many foreigners currently living and working in-country. The park is near the Bamyan Valley, where the 1,500-year-o...

Is the Dead Sea dying?

...sh, salt and magnesium; an accelerated outflow of fresh water from surrounding underground water aquifers; receding shorelines making it difficult for tourists to access the water for medicinal purposes; and the creation of a treacherous landscape of sinkholes and mud as a result of the dissolution of buried ...

Shark attacks decline worldwide in midst of economic recession

...hat human populations continued to rise." Shark attacks dropped in the United States and abroad in 2008, Burgess said. In recent years, vacationing tourists have been attacked off beaches in remote parts of the globe, such as Cocos Island in the Indian Ocean, where none was reported in the past, he said. ...

Balance between traditional activities, tourism key to sustaining coastal Alaska communities

...ear-long ethnographic study on coastal Alaskans' perceptions of tourism. The findings of her work were recently published as a book titled "Nature and tourists in the Last Frontier: Local Encounters with Global Tourism in Coastal Alaska." "I really came at the right time to witness a variety of important ...

Experts meet on need for new rules to govern world's fragile polar regions

...tica, meanwhile, is witnessing a growing parade of tourists (40,000, including tour staff, in 2007), as well a...ime to waste and no reason to wait." Antarctic tourists and Researchers Conference chairman Dr. David ...eluctant to impose thorough quarantine controls on tourists for fear of damaging the industry [and]...

Biologists find diatom to reduce red tide's toxicity

...gest the dinoflagellate and become unsafe to eat. Fish killed by the red tide wash on the shore, which can be contaminated and essentially unusable to tourists for months at a time. Kubanek and her researchers found in previous work that the growth of the diatom Skeletonema costatum was only moderately su...

Simian foamy virus found in several people living and working with monkeys in Asia

...People living, working, or visiting areas of Asia with monkey populations can also reduce their risk by limiting their close contact with the animals. tourists can reduce their risk by wearing long pants around monkeys, and by not trying to feed, pet, or hold the animals. ...

Leatherback turtles' newly discovered migration route may be roadmap to salvation

...Costa Rican Ministry of Environment and Energy, that practice has been halted locally. People who once collected eggs are now paid to protect them and tourists have been coming to see the turtles. "Turtle tourism has emerged as an alternative economy and now there is a real focus on protecting this beach," Sh...

From the backyard to the ocean: New study shows streams act as key nitrogen filters

... KNOXVILLE -- As spring arrives across the country, tourists returning to beaches will face the reality of "red tide" -- harmful blooms of algae that make water unfit for swimming and pose risks to humans and se...
Tourists in Biological Technology

Wisconsin Tourism Aided by Internet Technology

...WisconsinGuide.com provides an easy and affordable venue for Wisconsin tourism businesses to reach out to their targeted audiences. In turn, Wisconsin tourists have a one-stop guide to over 30,000 listings across Wisconsin including recreation, lodging, dining, attractions, events, and shopping. The database ...

Mr. Jackson Goes to Washington

...erywhere I looked were historic buildings with profound quotes of honesty, integrity and faith inscribed on their facades. I asked myself, "Are the tourists the only ones reading this stuff?" As a patriotic citizen, I have to believe our system is good and right, but the realization makes me glad I am her...

Confoti: Revisiting a dotcom business model

...rging international vanity postage market. Countries including Canada, the United Kingdom, Taiwan, France, Japan, and Australia have plans to enable tourists to create postage stamps that include their vacation photos. Confoti's technology, Wayshak contends, is the perfect solution for what is estimated t...

Madison - Wired and unplugged

...ed several more unlisted hotspots during my adventure. The businesses that offered access were crowded with customers that appeared to be students, tourists and everyday people seeking Internet access, at a place where they could buy food and drink. Surprisingly, I discovered numerous open, unsecured wirel...
Other Tags
(Date:4/17/2014)... Meaningful long-term survival is possible for selected patients ... treated with cytoreductive surgery with Hyperthermic IntraPeritoneal Chemotherapy, ... physicians at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. , ... experience with cytoreductive surgery and HIPEC, said lead ... 20 years, worth of patient data shows that ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... Canadians surveyed said they would participate in public health ... genetic conditions, only 80 per cent said they would ... their newborns, genomes.,Most newborns in North America have a ... of life in which a tiny amount of blood ... five to 54 conditions, depending on the state or ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... have called for more research to be carried ... in sub-Saharan Africa. In a paper in ... Stothard, working with colleagues in the department of ... in Cleveland Ohio, University of Cambridge and the ... the joint burden of HIV/AIDS and schistosomiasis of ...
(Date:4/16/2014)... Texas (April 16, 2014) A team that includes scientists ... Health Science Center at San Antonio, Johns Hopkins University and ... helps a common fungus to infect the body. , The ... rashes and oral thrush, and is the most common fungal ...
(Date:4/15/2014)... Handling frozen fish caused nearly half of all ... the injuries on freezer-longliner vessels operating off the coast ... , Many of those injuries and others aboard the ... right interventions, and the research methods used in the ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:20 years of data shows treatment technique improvement for advanced abdominal cancer 2Health News:Researcher looks at public perceptions around newborn testing 2Health News:Researcher looks at public perceptions around newborn testing 3Health News:More research called for into HIV and schistosomiasis coinfection in African children 2Health News:Changes in processing, handling could reduce commercial fishing injuries 2
(Date:4/17/2014)... of our ideas about domestication derive from Charles ... by British animal-breeding practices during the 19th century, ... improvement. , It is from Darwin that ... of captive animals from wild species and total ... But animal management in this industrial setting has ...
(Date:4/16/2014)... you cannot move your eyes up, and you cannot lift your ... so that your eyes look straight when they are rolled down ... to allow people a normal position of their head. In order ... happens. , In a paper published in the April 16 print ...
(Date:4/16/2014)... Biosciences Division of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) ... authority on the evolutionary design principles of cellular networks ... biology, has been named one of six recipients of ... Secretary Ernest Moniz. The E.O. Lawrence Award, the Department ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):The story of animal domestication retold 2The story of animal domestication retold 3The story of animal domestication retold 4Researchers track down cause of eye mobility disorder 2Berkeley Lab's Adam Arkin wins 2013 Lawrence Award 2Berkeley Lab's Adam Arkin wins 2013 Lawrence Award 3
Other Contents