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American Airlines and Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children Host Annual Amputee Ski Trip

...ed up again to send 14 teenage amputee patients on an all-expense-paid ski trip to Winter Park, Colo., for the 28th Annual Amputee Ski Trip. The group departs from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) today and returns Jan. 31. Dallas-based Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children (TSRHC), one...

Blitzkrieg Declared On American Medicine

...f Health and Human Services. The bill might well be S. 1, and Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA) may seek support for this as his final Act before he departs the Senate. Obama is expected to go along with it, despite some initial differences, and might sign it shortly after Inauguration. This bill ...

Mercy Ships Recognizes International Day of Disabled Persons

...hn F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital in Monrovia. Ironically, Benedict's last physio appointment is scheduled for December 13th, the day the Mercy Ship departs from Liberia. According to the WHO, eighty percent of all disabled people live in developing countries. "Poverty and disability are so c...

Mercy Ships Ensures That Liberian Technicians "know how to fix it"

...aintain, and repair various complex medical equipment. The training will ensure that donations of essential equipment will be well used when the ship departs in December. Developed and led by Carlos Amaral of Brazil, who recently completed his PhD in biomedical engineering from the Technical University,...

Mariner Zac Sunderland Sets Sail on Quest to Become the Youngest to Circumnavigate the Globe Solo

... - 16-year-old to promote healthy nutrition in partnership with Produce for Kids, Shuman Produce and Mastronardi Produce; departs from Marina del Rey, Calif. on Saturday, June 14 - MARINA DEL REY, Calif., June 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Zac Sunderland, who at 16 yea...

Cell Phone Study Suggests People Are Losing Their Wanderlust

... colleagues published their findings in the June 5 issue of the journal Nature . They said their observation of repetitive and controlled mobility departs somewhat from a traditional paradigm regarding more random animal movement, known as the "Levy flight" pattern. This model was based on typical food s...
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SIStem Phacoemulsification System

Description:... The SIStem (Solutions In Surgery) Phacoemulsification system departs from the traditional. Its design reflects new perspectives in phaco, with a focus on a totally unique fluidics module, for improved hydrodynamic balan...
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Team of international scientists departs today to discover the unknown in China's Himalayan region

In the quest to discover new species, a team of international scientists leaves today on a month-long expedition to explore the undiscovered treasures in the Mountains of Southwest China, an extension of the great Himalayan mountain range. "Expedition Everest: Mission Himalayas" is a scientific ...

High carbon dioxide levels cause abnormally large fish ear bones

...h with larger otoliths," said David Checkley, a Scripps Oceanography professor and lead author of the new study. "The assumption is that anything that departs significantly from normality is an abnormality and abnormalities at least have the potential for having deleterious effects." With carbon dioxide l...

Rutgers biologist to study worms in Amazon, glaciers

...iers in subzero weather; stood in leech-infested tropical waters; and studied aspects of life that could appear on other planets. On July 30, Shain departs for Alaska, where he will trek through nearly 100 miles of pristine wilderness to study ice worms in Denali National Park. Along with Brad Parry, a R...

Voyage to Southern Ocean aims to study air-sea fluxes of greenhouse gases

...ndbreaking measurements to explain how huge fluxes of climate-affecting gases move between atmosphere and sea, and vice-versa. The cruise, which departs Feb. 28, should provide important information on how the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide moves between the ocean and atmosphere, said the cruises chief ...
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Third Wave CEO steps aside as company departs research market

Madison, Wis. At Third Wave Technologies, former vice president Kevin Conroy is stepping into the shoes of president and CEO. John Puisis, who was CEO since mid-2004 and previously held other executive roles at the company, has resigned. "I came to Third Wave and stayed for a specific purpose...

A cry for unity for the economy of southeast Wisconsin

... of a rut. Southeast Wisconsin is falling behind Michigan, Minnesota and Illinois in both workforce and technology issues, and with every graduate who departs Wisconsin the gap gets larger and larger. Tech sectors such as nanotechnology and rehabilitation are Wisconsins fastest growing group, and without org...

Napier joins board of Third Wave Technologies

...hird Wave announces two senior management appointments Third Wave shuffles finance, sales management Third Wave CEO steps aside as company departs research market ...
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