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Genworth Financial Simplifies the Process of Purchasing Affordable Long Term Care Insurance for Wyoming AARP Members

RICHMOND, Va., July 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Long term care costs in Wyoming continue to rise at a rate outpacing inflation, putting significant financial pressure on those in or near retirement. As a leader in the long term care insurance industry, Genworth offers a suite of insurance product...

Partnership for Prescription Assistance Prepared to Help Wyoming Workers Hurt by Recession

CHEYENNE, Wyo., June 11 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The 'Help is Here Express' bus tour will be stopping in Wyoming throughout the week of June 15th - 19th at various cities in order to help uninsured and financially-struggling Wyomians access information on programs that provide prescription med...

Growth in Wyoming Long Term Care Costs Outpacing the Rate of Inflation, According to Annual Genworth Financial Study

Study Gives Residents of Wyoming Access to Nursing Home, Assisted Living, Home Care and Adult Day Health Care Costs in Nearly Every Zip Code Statewide RICHMOND, Va., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- The cost of long term care in Wyoming is rising at a rate outpacing inflation, putting significan...

Baker Energy and Huber Receive First-of-its-Kind Award from Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality

SHERIDAN, Wyo., May 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Baker Energy, a unit of Michael Baker Corporation (Amex: BKR ), announced today that the Wyoming State Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has recognized Baker and its client, J.M. Huber Corporation (Huber), with a first-of-its-kind award...

Genesee & Wyoming Board Member Should Use Sarbanes-Oxley Disclosure Rules in Non-Profit Role, Asserts 1199 SEIU

Union asks board member to seek restatement of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center audit BOSTON, Feb. 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Genesee & Wyoming director Robert M. Melzer should apply the same Sarbanes-Oxley standards used by Genesee and Wyoming and other publicly traded companies to ...

Global Med Technologies(R), Inc. Adds Wyoming Hospital to Growing Customer Base

Growing U.S. Customer Base Surpasses 660 Sites DENVER, Dec. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Global Med Technologies(R), Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: GLOB), an international e-Health, medical information technology company, today announced that its Wyndgate Technologies(R) division has si...

'Health Courts' Critic to be Featured Speaker at Wyoming Patient Safety Panel

Co-Author of New Report, Medical Injustice, Will Challenge Corporate-Backed Proponents of "Health Courts" WASHINGTON, Oct. 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Case Western University professor Dale Nance, co-author of the groundbreaking new report on health courts, Medical Injustice, will be one o...

President's Council Announces Top 5 Winners of 2009 National President's Challenge

...Aug. 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports today recognized Alaska, Washington, D.C., Guam, Maryland and wyoming as winners of the 2009 National President's Challenge. Alaska, which had the highest participation rate in the nation based on state population, once...

U.S. Expects 160 Million Doses of Swine Flu Vaccine by October

... West Virginia 227   Wisconsin 6031 5 wyoming 106   Territories American Samoa 8 &nbs...

U.S. Swine Flu Vaccine Trials Set to Begin

... West Virginia 227   Wisconsin 6031 5 wyoming 106   Territories American Samoa 8 &nbs...
Wyoming in Medical Technology

Kmart Lowers Flu Shot Price to $10

...cine supply while supplies last. The price in California, Hawaii, Louisiana, Minnesota, Montana, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Wisconsin, and wyoming may be slightly higher due to state regulations. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the flu season can last until Ma...

Interview of the Vice President

...written a book about the last one. Q Do you think you'll probably live in wyoming or live in the Washington area? THE VICE PRESIDENT: Oh, probably both. We...one with your party? THE VICE PRESIDENT: We'll go back the Jackson, go to wyoming for Christmas. Q Thank you very much. We really do appreciate it. ...
Wyoming in Biological News

Climate-caused biodiversity booms and busts in ancient plants and mammals

...hree research museums report in a paper published online this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences . "Today, the middle of wyoming is a vast desert, and a few antelope and deer are all you see," said lead author Michael Woodburne, honorary curator of geology at the Museum of North...

UCSD researchers make first direct observations of biological particles in high-altitude ice clouds

...istry and Biochemistry at UCSD, sampled water droplet and ice crystal residues at high speeds from an aircraft flying through clouds in the skies over wyoming in fall 2007. Analysis of the ice crystals revealed that they were made up almost entirely of either dust or biological particles such as bacteria, fu...

April 2009 Geology and GSA Today media highlights

...m the Tethys-Mediterranean region Mark T. Clementz et al., Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, University of Wyoming, 1000 E. University Ave., Laramie, wyoming 82071, USA. Pages 307-310. Sirenians (sea cows; manatees and dugongs) have been primary consumers in tropical and subtropical shallow-water marine ...

Invasive plants challenge scientists in face of environmental change

...ion toadflax, Canada thistle and cheatgrass. The USDA grant to Seastedt includes support for an employee who will be shared by OSMP. University of wyoming Assistant Professor Aaron Strong, a former CU-Boulder doctoral student, also will participate in the project along with CU-Boulder researcher David Kn...

Beavers: Dam good for songbirds

... This study was part of a larger effort by WCS to identify how to restore wildlife to streamside habitats in the western U.S. This study occurred in wyoming where beaver reintroductions have been done on both private and public lands with owner consent and interest. In 2007, WCS made history with other ...

Cornell gets $10 million NSF grant to establish new sustainability institute

...ing: Wildlife Corridors for Grizzly Bears Optimizing the design of land corridors for grizzlies that now live in three separate areas in Idaho, wyoming and Montana to find a viable route while reducing the cost of land acquisition. Biofuels Developing models to transition to an ethanol economy...

Biocontrol insect exacerbates invasive weed

...ride with hauls of alfalfa, knapweed is now widespread in western North America and has become a serious problem in the U.S. across Washington, Idaho, wyoming and Montana and in Canada across Alberta and British Columbia. As early as 1971, U.S. scientists began releasing gallflies in an effort to reduce ...

Colorado Rocky Mountain Region: A Geological Cornucopia

...tterns in the Cretaceous strata of the Book Cliffs. One paper reviews potential seismic signatures in Cretaceous and Early Tertiary strata in northern wyoming and Montana, and another discusses patterns of extension in southern Nevada and adjacent portions of California. Other topics in this well-rounded vol...

August 2008 Geology and GSA Today media highlights

...ilt on past work that found that earthquake energy travels much more slowly in the rocks 100 kilometers and more below southern Idaho and northwestern wyoming than nearly anywhere else in Earth at this depth. They modeled the effects of temperature and other processes that affect the speed at which seismic e...

July 2008 GEOLOGY and GSA Today media highlights

...nd shales of Scotland, a "Greenhouse World" in the wyoming badlands, glacial erosion in East Greenland, oxida...ne-lower Eocene Willwood Formation, Bighorn Basin, wyoming Hayfaa Abdul Aziz et al., Utrecht University, ...f humans. The sediments exposed in the badlands of wyoming are famous for their fossil remains of ancient mam...
Wyoming in Biological Technology

Significant Progress Made in Nation's Preparedness to Respond to Public Health Emergencies; But Gaps in Critical Areas Threaten Overall Readiness

... Nebraska, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Virginia scored the highest with 10 out of 10. Arkansas, Iowa, Mississippi, Nevada, Wisconsin, and wyoming scored the lowest with six out of 10. "The improvements in state preparedness are encouraging, but the job of preparing the United States for majo...

Cities unsure about voter registration software

...g Delays The costs of installing SVRS increased $230,000 last week, but Accenture - a company that lost similar contracts in Colorado, Kansas, and wyoming for falling behind schedule - has asked for $259,000 more to handle data conversion issues associated with the complex state election system, a sum th...
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