First World Congress on Positive Psychology Kicks Off Today With Talks by Two of the World's Most Renowned Psychologists, Martin Seligman and Philip Zimbardo, in Philadelphia, Birthplace of Positive Psychology
Sponsored by the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA)
PHILADELPHIA, June 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The First World Congress on Positive Psychology , an international conference sponsored by the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA), kicks off in Phila...
Confectionery Industry Forecast Is Sweet: Globally Inspired Flavors, Eco-Friendly and Health Minded Trends Lead New Product Innovations
...xperts say. While Asian and Latin flavors will serve as the biggest influences on U.S. confectionary product launches, insiders point to Europe as the birthplace
for international confectionery trends now and in the coming years. Although Europe is most frequently perceived as the origin of confectionery trends...
First World Congress on Positive Psychology Kicks Off With Talks by Two of the World's Most Renowned Psychologists
... - Martin Seligman and Philip Zimbardo -
In Philadelphia, birthplace
of positive psychology
Thursday, June 18th, 2009 @ 6:00 PM
Sponsored by The International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA)
Canada to host diabetes mega-congress
... treatment for people with type 1 diabetes. This historic connection as the birthplace
of insulin is one of the reasons that the International Diabetes Federation...k of diabetes (Asian, South Asian, African, or Hispanic descent).
As the birthplace
of hope for the millions affected by diabetes around the world, Canada is p...
Habitat for Humanity and WARP Robotics Team Up
... of how devastating it can be, as seen when disaster strikes and an
entire community is without homes," she said. Sharalyn has taken trips back
to her birthplace
and has seen firsthand the loss in New Orleans. She has
been assisting with grant writing and outreach development for the
restoration of a child care...
The Connecticut Hospice, Inc. Announces the Arrival of Six Nurse Scholars From The Henrietta Szold-Hadassah-Hebrew University School of Nursing
... BRANFORD, Conn., July 24 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Connecticut
Hospice, Inc., birthplace
of Hospice in America, is proud to announce the
arrival of six Nurse Scholars from The Henrietta Szold-Hadassah-Hebrew
University School of Nursing, J...
Health and Beauty Come Full Circle: Chado-En Brings Full Benefit of Japanese Green Tea to Spas
... with green tea; spa and beauty
products boasting the benefits of green tea are everywhere. But what sets
Shinwa apart is the fact that it is from the birthplace
of Japanese tea,
with all its beneficial catechins -- including EGCG, found nowhere else in
nature. What's more, Shinwa can be used as a luxurious spa...
Weill Cornell Medical College Announces First Commencement of Its New Medical School Graduates in Doha, Qatar, May 8, 2008
...e historic Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar, the Medical School is
the first in the U.S. to offer its M.D. degree overseas. Weill Cornell is
of many medical advances-from the development of the Pap
test for cervical cancer to the synthesis of penicillin, the first
successful embryo-biopsy p...
Morphine: a comfort measure for the dying or pain control for the living?
... taken into consideration by patients when deciding whether or not to start opioid treatment.
He concludes that the study which originates from the birthplace
of palliative care, is somewhat disturbing in the messages it conveys extreme fear of opioids and high barriers to palliative care strategies. It sug...
CURE International Plans Hospital in Bethlehem:
... U.S. Medical Charity Hopes To Bring Peace and Healing with New Teaching Hospital in the birthplace
LEMOYNE, Penn., Nov. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- CURE International, a U.S.-based
Christian medical charity which operates teaching hospitals throug...
birthplace in Medical Technology
Increasing Dairy Milk Production with Electrolyzed Drinking Water
...Medicine is one of the world's premier
veterinary schools. Founded in 1884, the School was built on the concept of
Many Species, One Medicine(TM). The birthplace
of veterinary specialties,
the School serves a distinctly diverse array of animal patients, from pets
to horses to farm animals at our two campuses. I...
birthplace in Biological News
Atlantic tuna return thousands of miles to birthplace to spawn
COLLEGE STATION, Oct. 2, 2008 The Atlantic bluefin tuna is the largest and most sought-after of all tunas, weighing as much as 1,400 pounds and capable of fetching as much as $50,000 or more in Asian markets where its meat is a prized commodity, one big reason why its numbers have decline...
No place like home: New theory for how salmon, sea turtles find their birthplace
CHAPEL HILL How marine animals find their way back to their birthplace
to reproduce after migrating across thousands of miles of open ocean has mystified scientists for more than a century. But marine biologists at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill think they might finally have unra...
Possible birthplace of malignant brain tumors identified
Researchers have found that abnormal stimulation of a cellular trigger that normally regulates replenishment of brain cells in adults causes invasive tumor-like growths in mice. Removing the abnormal stimulation causes the growths to regress--a finding the researchers said suggests a possible treat...
Scientists identify a molecule that coordinates the movement of cells
... Even cells commute. To get from their birthplace
to their work site, they sequentially attach to and detach from an elaborate track of exceptionally strong proteins known as the extracellular matrix....
Scientists to discover why flamingos are in the pink of health -- in the poo!
...ery, a petrochemical plant and creeks bringing untreated waste from millions of people in the slums of Bombay.
In Porbandar, the city which is the birthplace
of Mahatma Ghandi, in Gujarat to the north of Bombay, I watched 8,000 standing knee deep and happily filtering-feeding in the water alongside rubbish,...
Early environment may be key to determining bird migration location
...e is occupied and they are, once again, scrabbling in the scrub.
The cycle begins for the young redstart when it leaves its northern birthplace
and migrates south for its first winter. Studds team measured a hydrogen isotope called deuterium, found in the fledglings tail feathers, an indicator...
Spud origin controversy solved
...cientists believe that the remnant landraces of these early potatoes still grow in on the Canary Islands.
For years, researchers have debated the birthplace
of the European potato. While some scientists hypothesized that landrace introductions originated in the Andes, others believed that the introductions...
History-hunting geneticists can still follow familiar trail
... As the world's first explorers branched away from humanity's birthplace
in east Africa some 65,000 years ago, distinct mutations accumulated in the DNA of each population, essentially providing a genetic trail for modern r...
Neurons find their place in the developing nervous system with the help of a sticky molecule
...ons of communicating cells, starts to take form with the genesis of nerve cells. Most newborn nerve cells, also called neurons, must travel from their birthplace
to the position they will occupy in the adult brain. Researchers at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies have identified a molecule expressed on ...
birthplace in Biological Technology
Gov. Doyle comments on unlocking the power of power of stem cell research
...me to reexamine the federal policy on stem cell research.
MADISON - Wisconsin finds itself at the center of this debate, because our state is the birthplace
of human embryonic stem cell research. In 1998, Dr. Jamie Thomson at the University of Wisconsin-Madison announced that his team of researchers had...
UW biotech program launches graduates into evolving industry (part 1)
...ornia native, Michael Bragin was no stranger to biotechnology.
Michael Bragin He had worked and attended school in what many consider to be the birthplace
of biotech San Francisco. He also gained significant business experience in biotech while at CIBC World Markets Healthcare Investment Banking Divisio...
Doyle authorizes $5 million to woo stem cell companies
... debilitating diseases such as cancer, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and diabetes, which Doyle alluded to during the signing ceremony.
"Wisconsin - the birthplace
of stem cell research - is giving millions of families hope that one day diseases like Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and Juvenile Diabetes may be conquere...
Stem cell research holds the promise for tomorrow
...of Representatives may have - for now - dashed the hopes of these families, but here in Wisconsin, we will not give up the fight.
Wisconsin is the birthplace
of stem cell research and home to world-leading scientists who are pioneering this field. The President's restrictions have hampered research across t...
CellCura could start an invasion of stem cell firms
... of life and accessibility to stem cell researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Gov. Jim Doyle, who has repeatedly called Wisconsin the birthplace
of stem cell research, said the state has plenty to offer stem cell companies interested in relocating. Among other things, CellCura could benefit fro...