Women Unhappy With Disposal Options After Infertility Treatment
Study suggests more choices need to be available to couples
THURSDAY, Dec. 4 (HealthDay News) -- A new survey suggests that many American women who have finished fertility treatments aren't happy with the usual options available for the disposal of unused embryos created with their eg...
Latin Women More Likely to Be Unhappy With Breast Cancer Treatment Decisions
Spanish-speaking women need more culturally targeted information, study finds
FRIDAY, Nov. 21 (HealthDay News) -- Latina women are almost six times more likely than white women to report great dissatisfaction and regret about their choice of breast cancer treatment, a new report says. ...
Doctors unhappy with insurer’s ratings proposa
In the latest salvo in the pay-for-performance medicine, one of the Triad’s largest insurers United Healthcare, is rolling out a controversial plan to rate physicians on its network based on the quality of care provided by them. //
This means that patients will be allowed to choose the doctor...
New Poll Shows Americans Continuing to Move Toward Pro-Life Position on Abortion
...e great divide that most people think exists when it comes to the abortion debate, there is actually a great deal of common ground. Most Americans are unhappy
with the unrestricted access to abortion that is the legacy of Roe vs. Wade, and pundits and elected leaders should take note of the fact that agreeme...
ZoneDiet.com Survey Reveals That Body Insecurity Prevents Nearly Half (49%) of Americans From Engaging in Summer Activities
... On average, men and women focus on their body eight times per day - nearly 60 times a week. Of those feeling ill-at-ease, 85 percent are specifically unhappy
with their abdominal/stomach region.
Health Is a Priority
The first day of summer can trigger swimsuit anxiety, often sending people in se...
New From the Heinz Family Philanthropies: 10 Questions and Valuable Answers to Help Families If They Are Not Happy With Their Long-Term Care
...ave you examined what you can control or influence?
Fact: If you are unhappy
with your care, examine what you can or cannot control or influence, and wh...id you first communicate with your direct provider?
Fact: If you are unhappy
with your in-home care or other community-based services such as transporta...
Eye Related Symptoms Bring More Than Tears to Allergy Sufferers, New Survey Reveals
...ent advocacy organization for people with asthma and allergies. "Contact lens wearers say they feel less attractive when wearing their glasses (37%), unhappy
(35%), less confident without their contacts (29%), and less able to perform activities as well as when they are wearing their contact lenses (26%)." ...
Transform, the Largest Plastic Surgery Clinic, States That Men Are More Vain Than Women
MANCHESTER, England, May 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Both men and women are unhappy
with their weight
Findings from UK's biggest ever cosmetic ...Surgery Treatments
73% of women and 44% of men confessed to being most unhappy
with their weight and tummies, but they had not done anything about it.
Quality of life survey highlights need for holistic approach in elderly residential care
...d in activities and making friends. People who were not involved in the decision tended to withdraw into themselves and were more likely to be lonely, unhappy
and keen to return home."
Two-thirds of the residents who took part in the study were male. All were 65 or over and the majority of residents (45 p...
Listening Up in a Down Economy: Better Hearing Institute Launches Public Service Campaign for Better Hearing and Speech Month
...nd listen well are more likely to establish positive working relationships with bosses, clients, and colleagues.
Poor communication can result in unhappy
customers, missed deadlines, poor morale among coworkers, and incorrectly completed assignments. Says Kochkin: "The bottom line? Good communicati...
Unhappy in Medical Technology
Unhappy in Medical Dictionary
...ce. ... produce thousands of gallons of waste antifreeze (or "engine coolant" ... A cautionary tale about the use of CFC's 'I was distressed and unhappy
with life. I stopped by the side of a busy road Information about groundwater from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection ... A teaspoon...
Unhappy in Biological News
identiMetrics & BIO-key(R) Provide Biometric Finger Scanning for School Food Service Nationwide
...eans kids are all eating and reimbursements are higher.
Improved security of student accounts limits schools' liability and saves
time in dealing with unhappy
parents." Mr. Fry added "identiMetrics
provides schools with accountability, security and student anonymity,
ensuring," he adds, "insuring that no one...
Cutting calories could limit muscle wasting in later years
...need to understand why this is," Leeuwenburgh said. "One thing, maybe, is the accumulation of redox-active metals in cells. If the mitochondria become unhappy
or are ready to kick the bucket, they have proteins in the inner and outer membranes that they can open up and commit suicide. They're tricky beasts."...
The surprising story of Charles Darwin and his homeopathic doctor
...ded details about the exceedingly small doses he tested, he never used the word homeopathic when referring to these experiments. He wrote, I am quite unhappy
at the thought of having to publish such a statement about these results. An endorsement of homeopathy by Darwin at that time might have led to great...
Caloric restriction won't dramatically extend life span in humans: UCLA research
... worth the suffering necessary to achieve them.
"Do you want to spend decades severely limiting what you eat to live a few more years? You will be unhappy
and then your life will end shortly after mine ends," Phelan jokes.
Scientists have known for six decades that cutting the caloric intake of rodent...
Unhappy in Biological Technology
Pity the Midwest Technology Sales Guy
...keting. The quality function.
As companies downsize their back-office staffs, salespeople out in the field have less and less good stuff to say to unhappy
clients (or even happy ones). Meanwhile, the steady chorus of "what did you sell today?" is unchanged despite reports of obsolete sales materials, qua...
Really Listening to Customers...AND Employees
...the company as well as from other top retailers. Customers were encouraged to be honest about what they liked and pleased them most and what they were unhappy
about and would like changed. They loved the fact that the company cared enough about their views to want to talk with them. We got loads of great fee...
The high cost of employee disengagement
...S workers. Gallup defines actively disengaged as employees who are not just unhappy
in their work, but who are busy acting out their unhappiness by undermining...heir managers while the disengaged and actively disengaged workers are very unhappy
with their leadership. They conclude from this that a lack of good manageme...
Dividing stem cells along partisan lines isnt a good experiment
...academic research and development in the United States; without them, industry and other private funds are hard to come by.
Many Republicans remain unhappy
with Bushs decision, even some who would describe themselves as pro-life. These are people who have reviewed the science and realized there are import...
Ten reasons to flee your Midwest technology employer
Its the companys responsibility to provide a workplace thats free from verbal abuse. If they cant do that, you can take a walk.
Many Nine2Five correspondents have written to us some variation on the I thought it was a great company when I took the job but the custom...
...g that came out of Japan while America provided the largest arena to play out the branding games.
Meanwhile, our good old McDonald's in the U.S. is unhappy
about McJobs being included as a word in the OED, the Oxford English Dictionary, mother of all the English words and a slap to the French because thei...
Is outsourcing reaching its limits or simply pausing for breath?
...t that the report showed significant positive experiences with outsourcing as well. It must be noted that less than 50% of the companies surveyed were unhappy
with or experienced significant problems outsourcing. Despite the problems it reports, most participants in the study indicated that they intended to ...
Workplace flexibility: Give and take or tug of war?
...rker dissatisfaction going far beyond work-life balance. A majority of the 2000 plus knowledge workers responding to a survey indicated they were also unhappy
with their levels of achievement, the way their skills are being used, their ability to gain new experiences, and their pay levels. More than half ind...
Unhappy in Biological Definition
... saw John James Audubon give a demonstration of his method of using wires to prop up birds to draw or paint them in natural positions.
His father, unhappy
that his younger son would not become a physician and fearing that Charles would become a "ne'er do well", enrolled him at Christ's College, Cambridg...