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Psych Drugs Gaining Widespread Acceptance

...ucation. In 1998, 84 percent of people agreed with the statement, "These medications help people control their symptoms." In 2006, that number had edged up slightly, to 86 percent. By 2006, more people believed that psychiatric medications could help people feel better about themselves (68 percent ...

Tiger Woods, Camilo Villegas & Mike Weir to Play at Notah Begay III Foundation Challenge to Benefit Native American Youth

...and the 18th hole is worth $70,000. If no player wins the hole, the "skin" carries over to the next hole. At the 2008 inaugural event, Camilo Villegas edged Vijay Singh for the top spot, taking home $220,000, while Singh finished with $180,000 and Stewart Cink took the final $100,000. For more informa...

Colorectal Cancer Rates Rising for Under 50 Set

...ar among men and 2.9 percent a year among women, the study found. The researchers also found that incident rate increases for colorectal cancer had edged up in every age category below 50 -- namely, among those 20 to 29, 30 to 39 and 40 to 49. But the largest bump occurred in the youngest age group, ...

Aflac Tops the Global Insurance Industry for Reputation

...nnounced that it was named the most reputable company in the global insurance industry for the second year in a row, by Reputation Institute . Aflac edged out 39 insurance companies in Reputation Institute's 2009 Global Reputation Pulse study of the most reputable companies in the world. The compan...

For Bipolar Depression, Surveyed Experts Indicate That Current and Emerging Therapies Have No Advantage Over Seroquel in Decreasing the Severity of Symptoms

...ility, and/or delivery features that are inferior when compared with lamotrigine. "Owing to its efficacy and tolerability advantages, lamotrigine edged out Seroquel, its closest competitor, to become the clinical gold standard," said Decision Resources Analyst Sandra Chow, M.Sc. "Despite its slow onse...

Matrix registry probes adherence to clopidogrel at 1 year

... percent of patients who were available for follow-up (133 out of 1,324) were no longer taking clopidogrel as prescribed. By one year, that number had edged up to 17.4 percent (233 out of 1,338) and by two years, to 33.2 percent (291 out of 877). However, of patients who were no longer taking clopidogrel a...

Psoriasis Cure Now Video Contest $7,500 Grand Prize Winner Announced

...ild with psoriasis can tell you. Several Finalists were bunched at the top, and several would have made great Grand Prize winners, but Brendan's video edged them out and we're thrilled to have a skilled filmmaker like him in our corner." Hayward is an aspiring director working on commercials and presentl...
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Redi-Fit Assessment Set

Description:... A simple testing set for prescribing aspheric spectacle magnifiers. Redi-glaze lenses are available for instant dispensing which are cut and edged to fit our standard LVA frame....
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Gingiva

...ontium is the definition of the tissue that surrounds the teeth. ... Free gingiva is less visible in posterior teeth and often ends in a knife edged ... ...
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Future of cable, wireless shown off at ITEC Milwaukee

... can achieve that, Conrad said, the system could lead to impulse buys while giving consumers more information on their purchases. Just as cable has edged out dialup connections, however, for many technology users and especially early adopters wireless Internet access is increasingly attractive. Cable pr...

Wisconsin VCs draw Missouri biotech firm to state

... between Madison and Milwaukee was a difficult one, and Madisons University Research Park was also under consideration. Milwaukee County Research Park edged it out on factors such as proximity to the Medical College of Wisconsin , Broderick said. The two communities are close enough that there are stil...

What makes a "best place to work"?

...and knowledge, not only perform better but keep their people because they dont have to leave to progress their careers. Deforest Area Middle School edged out some tough competition to win the Most Enriching Workplace award. Its teachers are supercharged about their jobs, their students and their mission...

What if Jobs and Gates had teamed up?

...ompany would have gotten these products closer to right the first time out of the gate? As it is, these two men and their companies have pushed and edged and nudged each other to where we are today. And that's no small accomplishment. They are icons, for sure, and as close to heroes as we'll ever see in...
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