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Naresh Trehan Reinstated as Chief of Escorts After Weeklong Row

Leading cardiologist Naresh Trehan has been reinstated as executive director of the Escorts hospital here following an out-of-court settlement ending their week-long row, the hospital announced Saturday. Fortis Healthcare, which has acquired 90 percent stake of the Escorts Heart Institute ...

National Medical Association Installs 110th President at Las Vegas Convention

...inority physicians, and promoting cultural competence." stated Dr. Edwards. More than 3,000 physicians representing 25 specialties attended the weeklong convention that featured presentations by numerous medical experts, policy makers and industry leaders. About the National Medical Associati...

Jackson & Coker Sponsors Medical Missions

...gery, pain management, nursing and physical therapy," says Ed McEachern. "Although I was present principally to photograph and document the weeklong activities, I volunteered to bring medical supplies and pints of blood to the operating rooms and perform other important non-clinical tasks," he...

Horse Study: RBC Life Sciences' Antioxidant, Microhydrin, Reduced Lactic Acid Buildup and Improved Hydration During Strenuous Exercise

...the mares received Microhydrin antioxidant in their morning feed while the others received feed without the nutritional supplement. At the end of this weeklong preparation, all the mares underwent a standard exercise test on an equine treadmill. The equine center later switched the control group of mares and ...

AIDS/LifeCycle 8 to Raise $10.5 Million to Fight AIDS

...op in the sense of urgency about HIV/AIDS and persistent misconceptions about HIV transmission and treatment among Americans. Participants on the weeklong ride include cyclists and a volunteer support crew of hundreds of "roadies" who range in age from 18 to 78. Whether gay or straight, HIV-positive or H...

AIDS/LifeCycle 8 to Raise $10+ Million to Fight AIDS

...op in the sense of urgency about HIV/AIDS and persistent misconceptions about HIV transmission and treatment among Americans. Participants on the weeklong ride include cyclists and a volunteer support crew of hundreds of "roadies" who range in age from 18 to 78. Whether gay or straight, HIV-positive or H...

Siemens Hearing Celebrates 10th Annual National Women's Health Week

...ntion PISCATAWAY, N.J., May 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Siemens Hearing Instruments, Inc. (SHI) celebrates the 10th Annual National Women's Health Week, a weeklong observance from May 10 - 16, 2009. Coordinated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office on Women's Health (OWH), Women's Healt...

Better Hearing Institute Joins HHS, Office on Women's Health in Promoting National Women's Health Week and Hearing Health

...al Women's Health Week kicks off on Mother's Day, May 10, and BHI is encouraging women across America to take part. National Women's Health Week is a weeklong health observance coordinated by the OWH and is dedicated to educating women about steps they can take to improve their health, reduce their risk for ...

Consumer Reports Poll: 66% of Americans Blindsided by Cost of Drugs; Many Not Taking Needed Medications

...readmills. Copies of Consumer Reports Best Drugs For Less will be distributed at Union Station, in addition to four key metro stops, as part of a weeklong Washington D.C. campaign to raise awareness about comparative effectiveness. Poll Methodology The Consumer Reports National Research ...

2008 National League MVP Albert Pujols Teams with ADA's Give Kids A Smile

....ada.org/ada/adaf/donate.asp . The Pujols Family Foundation, among its other good works, annually sends dentists to the Dominican Republic on a weeklong mission to provide dental care for children in need. More information is available at http://www.pujolsfamilyfoundation.org/ About the Americ...
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New satellite techniques for looking at climate change

... More than 200 scientists from around the world have attended the weeklong POLinSAR 2009 workshop hosted at ESRIN, ESA's Earth Observation centre in Frascati, Italy. Discussions among the participants include new techniques f...

New center will focus environmental debate and produce solutions for action

...o sponsor public meetings of city officials, recycling professionals, activists and community leaders to develop policy and raise awareness, marking a weeklong push by the city to emphasize recycling. Christine Knapp, Director of Outreach for Penn Future said, "We have worked closely with the Academy fo...

USGS news: August science picks

...hquakes cannot be predicted, but earthquake-prone areas such as Los Angeles can be prepared for earthquakes. The Great Southern California ShakeOut, a weeklong series of special events featuring a massive earthquake drill on November 13, 2008, in Los Angeles, is one way for the public to prepare for the next ...

MBL awards journalism fellowships

...tional Polar Year, will travel to the foothills of Alaska's Brooks Range, site of an MBL field site at Toolik Lake. There they will participate in a weeklong hands-on course focusing on key science questions in polar research. Following the course, the journalists will team up with research scientists to wo...

19 researchers selected as 2008 Leopold Leadership Fellows

...strated leadership ability and strong interest in communicating science beyond traditional academic audiences. Each fellow will participate in two weeklong training sessions that include practice media interviews and testimony at a mock congressional hearing. The fellowship also offers peer networking and...

Pioneers in small RNA research to present at UD symposium, April 16

...t will be held in their honor, as the 2008 winners of the Franklin Institute's Benjamin Franklin Medal in Life Science. UD's symposium is part of a weeklong series of activities aimed at familiarizing students and the community with the accomplishments of the Franklin Institute laureates. The three will fo...

IAEA helps recover stray radioactive sources in Nigeria

...iation recovery experts to pick up the sources in three locations around the country. The team travelled to two hospitals and a research centre over a weeklong period last July, and recovered sources that were formerly used for cancer treatment and an insect irradiation project. The seven high-activity source...

Superconducting magnet attracts molecular research

...archers, as well as other Boston-area universities engaged in NIH-funded biomedical research, will use it around the clock. Experiments usually run in weeklong blocks, though some may run for several weeks at a time, according to Pochapsky. Magnetic resonance is a physical phenomenon based on the magnetic ...
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Inaugural Kavli Prize ceremony and symposia: Sept. 8-11 (Oslo, Norway)

...ics, nanoscience and neuroscience. A complete list of events can be found at: www.kavliprize.no. Among the speakers who will be presenting during the weeklong celebration: ASTROPHYSICS (alphabetically listed) Jocelyn Bell Burnell (University of Bath, UK). Topic: "Pulsars and Extreme Physics" Cat...

State's First Single Incision Robotic Kidney Removal Performed at Henry Ford Hospital

...about a foot long. Surgeons sometimes must remove a rib, and they must go through muscle to remove the kidney. Recovery can be up to two months with a weeklong hospital stay. Besides cancer patients, candidates for SIRS nephrectomy include those with nonfunctioning kidneys due to blockage, stones, or congen...

New nanotechnology television series does 'sweat the small stuff'

...ow Wilson International Center for Scholars ( www.wilsoncenter.org/directions ). The premiere is a NanoDays 2008 special event. NanoDays 2008 is a weeklong series of community-based educational outreach programs focused on nanotechnology and engineering, sponsored by the NISE Network (Nanoscale Informal S...

The Impact of Biotech Globalization in the Midwest

...companies and thought leaders and melding it all with their Japanese counterparts. The fun continues in the Kansai region later in October with a weeklong series of biotech meetings. It appears that at least 40 to 50 people from the Midwest will attend these meetings. The Japanese arent the only ones...

Midwest technology bosses should stop flaunting their wealth at work

...e just like everyone else? Well, I said, maybe because most of us dont talk about the dollar value of the things we buy like two-bedroom condos and weeklong rentals in Wisconsin. Its sort of generally accepted that its not in good taste to talk about personal money at work. Too bad, replied Stan, becaus...
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