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Wily Old Man Undergoes A life Saving Operation With A Worthless Cheque

Roy Thayer’s underwent an emergency life saving operation by writing a no good cheque for a private heart operation.// It was reported that Roy, 77, was warned that the long wait in the NHS list might cost him his life, and he knew that there was no way he could afford to pay for the £6,500 s...

"The Safe" Way To Protect Against The Anguish Of Disaster Recovery

...sp;   All information important to your life is organized into one secure place- in The SAFE and is password- protected rendering the device worthless to others. -     A navigable program that is so straightforward and simple, even a computer novice could figure it out. ...

Dental implants preferred option for aging bridges

...mer, DMD of Charleston, SC, an associate fellow of AAID and diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology. "An old bridge is basically worthless for preserving good dental health. In essence, it's a bridge to nowhere," Palmer said. "So why keep a bridge to nowhere? For most patients, implant...

Dental Implants Preferred Option for Aging Bridges

...via Palmer, DMD of Charleston, SC, an associate fellow of AAID and diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology. "An old bridge is basically worthless for preserving good dental health. In essence, it's a bridge to nowhere," Palmer said. "So why keep a bridge to nowhere? For most patients, implants a...

Renaissance Health Publishing, LLC Warns the Public that ConsumerLab.com is Not Independent and Labels the 'CL Seal of Approval' a Worthless, Paid-For Advertising Gimmick

... Renaissance Health says any competitor is welcome to what they and the other professionals in the Health Supplement and Vitamin Industry consider a worthless ConsumerLab.com Seal of Approval. "Boasting about a quality seal that you pay for as being a reason to buy our competitor's product smacks of pure d...

Stress reduction products and services that are effective and safe

...ave proven benefits based on double blind clinical trials and/or a plausible rationale for their mechanisms of action. Because of the plethora of worthless products, legitimate ones are apt to be painted with the same brush so that the baby is thrown out with the bath water. The American Institute Of Str...

Imaging shows structural changes in mild traumatic brain injury

... research in the department of neurology and rehabilitation medicine at UIC and co-author of the study. "You have the CPU and the memory, but they are worthless unless they are connected to each other. The white matter of the brain has the same function as the cables of the computer." When white matter is d...

Hoarding can Endanger Lives, Says New Study

...tionships. A sub-type of obsessive-compulsive disorder, hoarding is the compulsion to collect and store items considered by most people to be worthless or useless. Little is known about what causes hoarding, but like many mental disorders, it is believed in part to have a genetic cause. In some cases,...

Probing the Effect of Endurance Exercise on Athletes' Hearts

...tricular arrhythmia, the heart beats at an abnormal rate and rhythm. Further, a recent study has shown that the majority of athletes with VA also have worthless right ventricles. The finding adds weight to the hypothesis that endurance sports might contribute to changes in the heart that lead to dysfuncti...

Flu Shots-Do we Really Need Them?

...ime in preventing infection in children and young adults and about 40 or 50 percent to 70 percent in the elderly. To say that the influenza vaccine is worthless is misleading." Gross advised, "My message is definitely go out there and get the flu vaccine if you're an older individual. If you're elderly and ...
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Pooled Studies Showed Desvenlafaxine Succinate Significantly Improved Painful Symptoms and Anxious Symptoms Associated with Major Depressive Disorder in Adults, Compared With Placebo

... in appetite or weight -- Changes in sleeping patterns -- Psychomotor agitation or retardation -- Fatigue or low energy -- Feeling worthless or guilty for no reason -- Difficulty thinking or concentrating -- Thoughts of death or suicide Further, people with major depressive di...

New Study Results Provide Additional Data about Short- and Long-Term Use of Desvenlafaxine Succinate in the Treatment of Adults with Major Depressive Disorder

... in appetite or weight -- Changes in sleeping patterns -- Psychomotor agitation or retardation -- Fatigue or low energy -- Feeling worthless or guilty for no reason -- Difficulty thinking or concentrating -- Thoughts of death or suicide Further, people with major depressive d...
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Using 'dominance' to explain dog behavior is old hat

...many well-known dog trainers preach. Far from being helpful, the academics say, training approaches aimed at "dominance reduction" vary from being worthless in treatment to being actually dangerous and likely to make behaviours worse. Instructing owners to eat before their dog or go through doors firs...

Study: Excessive use of antiviral drugs could aid deadly flu

...oorganisms." Resistance to adamantanes among strains of seasonal influenza spiked in Asia in 2002, and by 2006 the agents were considered virtually worthless worldwide as a treatment for the flu because more than 90 percent of the strains had developed a resistance to the drugs. With that knowledge, Jani...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- July 30, 2008

...on decreasing environmental pollution through resource preservation, reuses fibers and resins of waste printed circuit boards (PCBs) that were thought worthless to produce a variety of high-strength materials. It is in the July 15 issue of Environmental Science & Technology. Zhenming Xu and colleagues point...

At the root of nutrient limitation, ecosystems are not as different as they seem

...n buns eight hot dogs per pack versus 10 hot dog buns. Put in ecological terms, this means that weenie roasts are hot-dog limited the extra buns are worthless without hot dogs to fill them. Such limiting factors are a cornerstone of natural ecology, where phosphorus or nitrogen limits plant production in...

U of M researchers invent 'flashy' new process to turn soy oil, glucose into hydrogen

...ficantly improve the efficiency of fuel production from renewable energy sources. It will be published Nov. 3 in Science. "It's a way to take cheap, worthless biomass and turn it into useful fuels and chemicals," said team leader Lanny Schmidt, a Regents Professor of chemical engineering and materials scienc...
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Describe your invention, or your biotech patent may be worthless

The U.S. Supreme Court made a patent-law decision on Monday that could have multibillion-dollar ramifications for patent holders in the biotechnology sector. The court denied an appeal in Univ. of Rochester v. G.D. Searle & Co. This effectively solidifies the decision that was made by the U....

Biotechnology Value Fund Delivers Letter to Board of Directors of Avigen, Inc.

...merge with any company that will take it. Management would walk away with its $3 million cash windfall; shareholders would get stuck with potentially worthless stock in a merged company. In the current fiscal environment, shareholders will no longer tolerate such self-interested behavior on the part of fail...

FDA Approves PRISTIQ(TM) for the Treatment of Adult Patients with Major Depressive Disorder

...nterest or pleasure; changes in appetite or weight; changes in sleeping patterns; psychomotor agitation or retardation; fatigue or low energy; feeling worthless or guilty for no reason; difficulty thinking or concentrating; or thoughts of death or suicide. Further, people with MDD must experience clinically si...
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