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Lactic acid a potent energy giver if used properly!

Lactic acid could provide ample energy if used properly is what a study says. In a paper in press for the American Journal of Physiology - Endocrinology and Metabolism, published //online in January, Brooks and colleagues Takeshi Hashimoto and Rajaa Hussien in UC Berkeley's Exercise Physiology L...

The Friendship Stone Helps Friends Remain Healthy

...ople. Small enough to be carried around, in one’s wallet or purse, worn as a necklace or displayed on a desk, it is a constant reminder that the giver is always there for the other person. Benefits of Friendship: -   The University of Chicago found that not having close friends o...

Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Earns Charities Review Council 'Meets All Standards' Seal

...isted as a reviewed organization on the online Giving Guide of the Council's Smart Givers Network, www.smartgivers.org , and in the Council's Smart giver newsletter, distributed to more than 18,000 subscribers in Minnesota. The Council's Smart Givers Network is the source of unbiased information where ...

Toxic Element Research Foundation Announces Its Latest Worldwide Educational Programs for Health Professionals and Patients

...ot canals, the incubators. Other topics include: cavitations, the caverns of deceit; dental implants, the invitation for Alzheimer's; cholesterol, the giver of life; chronic fatigue, complexity encompassed; sodium and potassium, the butlers; albumin, the primary detoxifier; porphyrins, the origin of all en...

The role of giving explored by Indiana University physician-author

.... Much of what we have, things such as compassion or understanding or merely the capacity to listen, can be shared, increasing their worth to both the giver and the recipient, says Dr. Gunderman, who is vice chair and a professor of radiology at the IU School of Medicine, director of pediatric radiology at...

Two New Caregiver Groups Join Seniors' Advocate Coalition Opposing Medicare Cuts

... WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The recently-formed Coalition to Protect Senior Care, a broad array of clinician and front-line care giver organizations dedicated to ensuring Congress ends consideration of seniors' Medicare Part A nursing home funding, today announced two new organization...

Paramed Announces Release of Motorized Stair-Climbing Chair

...afe stairway ascents and descents. The MOV has been designed to significantly reduce the inherent risk of back and lower abdominal injury for the care giver when transporting a non-ambulatory patient up or down stairs. "The innovative design of the MOV, and its unique ability to safely and effortlessly as...

Quality Versus Quantity: Transforming Kidney Transplant Policy

...ensure that the decision rests with the patient, in contrast to a system where quantitative benefit would always take priority with no patient or care giver input. ...

Spiritual Leaders Join Together to Fight Against HIV/AIDS in India

... IANS. 'One must win the trust of the people, otherwise it is not possible to provide care. 'There has to be close relationship between the care giver and the community. We have won that trust, and our mobile clinics are able to offer assistance in remote rural areas', he added. 'It is also ver...

Support to care takers of psychiatric patients in pieces?

...ent by other care givers, often family members of the mentally sick, that enables them to rise up to the challenges of the world around them. The care giver however is very often clueless about many things regarding the course of psychiatric illness or what to expect at the end of treatment. The report ...

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Codexis Names Lori Giver VP Systems Biology

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Codexis, Inc. today announced Lori Giver, Ph.D., has been named to the new position of Vice President, Systems Biology for Codexis Bioindustrials. She is responsible for cellular engineering, molecular biology, and computational biology. Dr. Giver r...

Work-life imbalance - A global problem getting worse

...st set the proper tone both through policies and legislation that addresses the broader issues related to the needs and equity of society such as care giver support, the minimum wage and working conditions and terms of employment. While basic principles must be articulated, freedom to experiment and innova...
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