Project C.U.R.E. and MillerCoors to Welcome the First Lady of Ghana to Colorado for First Ladies' Luncheon in Denver
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About Project C.U.R.E.
The registered trademark of the benevolent
Healthcare Foundation, Project C.U.R.E. is a nonprofit, humanitarian relief organization that delivers donated medical supplies, equipment and service...
Healthy Humor & Laughter are in the Cards at the 22nd Annual Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor Conference
...wswire-USNewswire/ -- Healthy humor is serious business, often medically necessary, and a time-honored teaching tool. This application of positive, benevolent
and non-hostile humor has been shown to reduce stress, make learning easier, and contribute to the process of "healing the hurt." So say the humor an...
Elephant Ensemble Theater Launches New Tour at the Ronald McDonald House in Long Island
...nt show, The Pirate & the Squid, tells the tale of a swashbuckling pirate with a soft heart who finds himself in an unexpected friendship with a benevolent
squid. In effort to find his way back to shore, they meet, and learn all about, a sea snail, crab, seahorse, and potentially dangerous shark. What e...
Meditation Can Wish You Well, Study Says
...s in areas of the brain that make them more in tune to what others are feeling.
"Potentially one can train oneself to behave in a way which is more benevolent
and altruistic," said study co-author Antoine Lutz, an associate scientist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
How far this idea can be extrapo...
Do today's young people really think they are so extraordinary?
...nty years and I interrelate with a wide range of studentsI dont detect that this generation is any more committed to personal gain to the exclusion of benevolent
causes than others have been in the past.
Now research is beginning to support this notion. An article appearing in the February issue of Psycho...
NEWSWEEK: International Editions: Highlights and Exclusives, Dec. 31, 2007- Jan. 7, 2008
...ted States off its Olympic perch, there is far more at
stake in Beijing than athletic supremacy. The Games are its chance to "sell
the world on a more benevolent
vision of China."
Where a Future President Learned About the World. Newsweek excerpts the
upcoming book "The Ch...
Actress Colleen Zenk Pinter Partners with the Oral Cancer Foundation to Raise Public Awareness
... has appeared in over 250 episodes, Colleen made her Broadway
debut in Bring Back Birdie. Her film debut was in John Huston's adaptation
of Annie. Her benevolent
and philanthropic association with health causes
is not new, and for decades she has donated time to work with the Easter
Seals, the March of Dimes, t...
Treat Childhood Trauma by Building on Parental Memories of Loving Care
...ood, accepted and loved.
By helping parents recall their own “angels” -- childhood moments when they felt unconditionally loved and accepted by benevolent
caregivers -- CPP helps them break their own generations-long cycles of maltreatment. By helping parent and child build a new shared experience of lov...
benevolent in Biological News
New book suggests Earth perhaps not such a benevolent mother after all
In the past 50 years it has become commonplace to think of Earth as a nurturing place, straining mightily to maintain equilibrium so that life might continue and flourish.
The Gaia hypothesis, named for the ancient Greek goddess of Earth, even put forth the idea that our planet behaves as a ...
Destructive enzyme shows a benevolent side
New research shows that a recently discovered enzyme that destroys the messenger RNA (mRNA) for some proteins can also help to protect the mRNA during times of stress. The response might help cancer cells survive chemotherapy and radiation therapy.
The study examined a recently discovered enzyme...
Computation and genomics data drive bacterial research into new golden age
...ts and vertebrates. Medical research will benefit through improved knowledge of how bacteria behave when inside host organisms such as humans, both in benevolent
symbiotic relationships and when causing infectious diseases such as TB.
But the greatest immediate interest in the field lies in the huge potenti...
How to stop a new type of heart attack
... threat, but to a possible future one," she says.
Securing IMDs is problematic, however, because it is difficult to distinguish between malicious and benevolent
communications. Some seemingly obvious solutions are unsuitable: for example, encrypting the IMD signals would be risky because doctors might not be a...
benevolent in Biological Technology
Boston-Based BioDefense Corp. Announces New UK Partnership to Expand Markets for Biohazard Protection
...he board of Colt Defense LLC and Peter Hambro Mining. Lord
Guthrie is also the president of several charities, including Action
Medical Research, Army benevolent
Fund, Federation of London Youth Clubs
and the Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Association.
About BioDefense Corporation
BioDefense Corp. is curren...
"For Angels Only...When to say No...
...lemmings. The derogatory aspect of this is the bandwagon effect, where individuals invest (or dont invest) simply because everyone else does. The more benevolent
interpretation is that a group of angels can bring more experience, expertise, and analysis to the table. Certainly, there are lone angels with the kn...
What makes a "best place to work"?
...ons share vital performance information with all of their workers. And the overwhelming majority of companies are run as autocracies, even if they are benevolent
ones. Yet, many workers want a say in their career and financial destinies, and when they are given it, they reciprocate with high levels of commitmen...
benevolent in Biological Definition
...neutrally (as in human race ), but human and especially humane may also emphasize positive aspects of human nature , and can be synonymous with benevolent
(versus inhumane ; c.f. humanitarian ).
A distinction is maintained in philosophy and law between the notions "human being," or "man," and ...