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Missouri DOC Conducting Pilot of 24/7 Alcohol Anklets

Program Aims to Save Tax Dollars, Improve Community Safety JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. , April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- The Missouri Department of Corrections Division of Probation and Parole has launched a new alcohol monitoring Pilot Program aimed at testing the impact of 24/7, continuous alcohol ...

Consumers Weigh in on Which TV Doc They Would Want as Their Own:Survey Results from the American Board of Medical Specialties Find Dr. House Most Loved/Hated TV Doctor

Gregory House (from the FOX program “House”) is America’s most loved and most hated TV doctor and the medical professional most would want as their own doctor, according to a survey conducted by the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS). The survey found that many people ...

New National Survey Reveals 8 out of 10 Americans Claim Their Doc Needs a Prescription for Better Bedside Manners

Arnold P. Gold Foundation Continues Commitment to 'Keeping the 'Care' in Healthcare' ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., April 24 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As the 2008 national presidential election heats up, one topic remains a voter hot button and a constant debate issue --...

Short Chat With Doc Can Curb Problem Drinking

But most physicians don't understand the impact their advice can have, experts say WEDNESDAY, Jan. 9 (HealthDay News) -- Ten minutes of discussion with a doctor about drinking may help at least one in six problem drinkers change their ways, but most physicians don't understand that, a new data ...

Young People With Heart Defects Not Checking In With Heart Doc

DALLAS , July 13 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Young people with heart defects not checking in with heart doc . One-fifth or more of young adults between ages 18-22 who have severe congenital heart disease don't see a cardiologist, according to a Canadian study published onlin...

Delaware's Campaign to Make Kids Healthy Gets Boost from US Top Doc

WILMINGTON, Del., April 3, 2008 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- To promote the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' "Healthy Youth for a Healthy Future" initiative, Acting U.S. Surgeon General Rear Admiral Steven K. Galson, M.D., M.P.H., visited with several community leaders at A.I. DuPon...

Top Dermatologists to be Selected and Published in "The Leading Physicians of the World" Consumer Directory.

...ge online, helping them make the perfect choice. For more information on how to find a top dermatologist in your area, please visit, Find a Top doc . Also look out for upcoming information on The International Association of Dermatologists in the JAAD and The Dermatology Times. ### Read t...

PriceDoc & Direct Health Care Practices Team Up To Help Uninsured

...ily Care have signed up to be listed on Price doc ( http://www.pricedoc.com ). Price doc is a new Seattle-based website that connects cas... this year. To learn more about Price doc , Inc, visit www.pricedoc.com or contact them...

Living Healthily on Less

... money," Weida said. "Having an established family doc is critical to doing that. If you go into the emer... with you, then you probably don't need to see the doc on that. Come see your doc if you are experiencing worse symptoms or differen...

JustAnswer(R) and Glaucoma Research Foundation Help Individuals See the Light in Preventing Blindness

...2:30-1:30 p.m. ET); Dr. Andrew Rabinowitz, author of several published glaucoma research works and recipient of the prestigious Pharmacia Top doc Award in 2001 (Monday-Thursday, 3:00-4:00 p.m. ET); and Dr. Bradley Schuster, University of Colorado assistant clinical professor and glauco...

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Venom doc tracks down snake bioweapons

Bryan Grieg Fry, Ph.D., a scientist from the University of Melbourne, Australia, has conducted the first comprehensive analysis of the origin and evolution of one of nature's most sophisticated bioweapons: snake venom. His results are reported in the March issue of the journal Genome Research. Ve...

Study of agricultural watersheds and carbon losses

...pplication, can play a large role in the export of doc as soluble organic carbon is applied to or injecte...ulture intensifies in the upper Midwest, measuring doc exported through tile drains is important when eva...n, crop rotation, and nitrogen application rate on doc losses from tile drains. Research was conducted ov...

Why the thumb of the right hand is on the left hand side

...cess the signals of the signaling molecules and how they react." Mutants do not react to high concentrations Already during her time as a post doc in San Francisco, U.S., Pia Aanstad discovered a mutated zebra fish whose Hedgehog signaling pathway was disrupted. The fish showed a genetic alterati...

Louisiana Tech physicists highlight top 10 science stories of 2008

...e physics potential of the LHC. "[Louisiana Tech] has three faculty members and two graduate students working on the ATLAS experiment, and our post doc at Fermilab has begun the transition to LHC-related work," says Sawyer, head of the physics department at Louisiana Tech. The LHC accelerates two s...

Scientists expand understanding of how river carbon impacts the Arctic Ocean

...he Arctic Ocean. The prevailing paradigm regarding doc in arctic rivers is that it is largely refractory...tutions challenges that assumption by showing that doc in Alaskan arctic rivers is remarkably labile duri...he spring flood period when the majority of annual doc flux occurs. The research was published February 9...

Waterborne carbon increases threat of environmental mercury

...nto a soup of proteins, acids and other compounds. doc can tint wetlands and streams shades of yellow to dark brown. doc has noticeable effects on bacterial mercury processing. "They seem to methylate mercury better with doc present," says Moreau. In the current studies, ...

Plastic that grows on trees

...luding levulinic acid, making product purification expensive and uncompetitive with petroleum-based chemicals. Zhang, lead author and former post doc Haibo Zhao, and colleagues John Holladay and Heather Brown, all from PNNL, were able to coax HMF yields upward of 70 percent from glucose and nearly 9...

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Standard Imaging and Tushaus receive DOC Tech Zone credits

MADISON Two technology companies have received a total of $195,500 in tax credits from the Department of Commerce. Gov. Jim Doyle announced last Friday that Standard Imaging, Inc. , Middleton, will receive $120,000 in Technology Zone tax credits and Tushaus Computer Services, Inc. , Milwaukee, w...

Dr. Chris Huber Joins Asymchem Laboratories Inc. as Director of Chemical Development

...el. He earned his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry and Catalysis from the Universitat Regensburg, Germany with Professor Dr. Henri Brunner. He did his post doc at Purdue University , Indiana under Professor Thomas Bein on the development of supported organometallic catalysts with application in organic synth...

Online Career Site Assists Academia in Its Reach

.../or research team," said company president Nick Folger. "And in turn, we are hoping to help prospective schools find the best candidate for their post doc positions." Bio Career Center's current schools include Berkeley; Caltech; Emory; M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Michigan State University, Scripps In...

So Long, Old Friend: The End of the Blockbuster Drug Era? What 2008 Holds for Bringing Drugs to Market

... Chief Medical Officer Jeffrey Kelman; -- Former CMS Senior Advisor Larry Kocot; -- Former Wellpoint Chief Pharmacy Officer and Founder of doc Rock Presents Robert Seidman - Pharma in the Crosshairs: What are the Boundaries for Acceptable Marketing? -- First Assistant US Attorne...

Wisconsin Manufacturing - demise or survival?

...nufacturers on their challenges and recommendations. Based on public input, doc will develop a plan of action to help stimulate US manufacturing. MEP must ...to be part of the FY 2005 Presidents budget. MEP will not be in the plan if doc does not hear it is needed. 2) The White House maintains a web site mai...

WTN exclusive interview with Commerce Secretary Cory Nettles (part 1)

... This is part one of a three-part series focusing on the past, present and future of doc policy and initiatives and serves as a follow up to WTNs interview with Nettles in March 2004. Part 2 Part 3 The Wisconsin Technology N...

Minority and inner-city entrepreneurs face challenges

...es, but established companies as well. Nettles cited specific government initiatives including the Marquette Interchange , a project involving the doc and the Department of Transportation, which is intended to increase and support minority entrepreneurship. The Marquette Interchange, he said, has ver...

Will tech transfer save Wisconsin's economy?

...$1.5 million from the Wisconsin Department of Commerce appeared. Additional doc funds of $300,000 granted in August of 2003. In January 2004, Techstar rece...ed $300,000 in federal funding, and in September received $1.2 million from doc and Milwaukee Economic Development Corp. Results Helped launch 14 unive...

Broadband deployment measure goes to governor

...e credit. According to Sen. Ted Kanavas, R-Brookfield, one of the authors of SB 483, the tax credits will accrue to the Department of Commerce. The doc then would make awards to Internet providers in areas where deployment actually would create broadband penetration. "We're not suddenly going to plop ...

Former Thompson lawyer comments on Doyle stem cell executive order

...to Wisconsin. "He [Doyle] is the chief executive," Taffora said, and he can direct a state department to take a certain action. "In this case, the doc has the discretion to spend money on certain programs. The governor is well within his authority to direct the department to use that discretion by me...

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