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Queensland Hospitals Reeling Under Norovirus Attack

Three hospitals in Queensland, Australia are battling outbreaks of the highly infectious norovirus, which has struck down almost 150 patients and staff . Queensland Health announced that the Royal Brisbane and Woman's (RBWH), Gold Coast and Cairns Base hospitals had been affected by the virus, ...

Jharkhand Reeling Under Heat Wave

Jharkhand is reeling under a heat wave with no forecast for rains in the days to come . State capital Ranchi recorded 39.4 degree Celsius Sunday. The highest temperature this summer recorded in the city, which was was once the summer capital of Bihar before the state was bifurcated, was 40 ...

Texas Youth Commission Reeling Under Multiple Charges

The Texas Youth Commission’s (TYC) facilities continue to reel under allegations of ward neglect and abuse, after the Dallas Morning News unearthed sordid// details about the agency. Leaders of the state continue the investigations of sexual and physical abuse of the juvenile inmates, as well ...

British Hospitals Reeling Under the Effect of Alcoholic Excesses

The people seeking medical help because of illnesses related to alcohol abuse seem to have doubled in Britain over the past few years//. Current official statistics show that emergency wards in hospitals, treated twice the number of patients treated for accidents and emergencies caused due to ...

Gay capital reeling with rising HIV infection

The gay capital? of the world, San Francisco is now reeling under the shock waves of a rebound epidemic of HIV infection. In the past one-year the rate of infection has actually doubled in most areas and in some select high-risk pockets of gay men, who are also intra venous drug users, the rates ar...

MedThink Hires Joe Conwell as Executive Creative Director

...er and Gamble, Lipton Tea and Mars. Among his accomplishments, Conwell helped propel a fledgling agency in Atlanta into a multimillion dollar company, reeling in large corporate accounts such as First Union, Wilkinson Sword, Scripto and Sunbeam. Conwell's health care advertising clients have included...

Large Employers Strongly Oppose New Taxes On 161 Million American Workers' Health Benefits

... NBGH represents 300 large employers - including 60 of the Fortune 100 - providing health benefits to over 55 million Americans: "With our nation reeling from the worst economy in generations, the idea that now is the time to increase taxes on 161 million American workers' health benefits boggles the mi...

Bright Horizons Responds to National Health Emergency With Pandemic Alert Back-Up Child Care Solutions

...closings that parents should not send children to another group care setting because that risks further exposure. For employees and employers already reeling from productivity demands due to the downturn in the economy, this poses an additional business dilemma. Bright Horizons' Back-Up Care Advantage...

Alivemax -- A Company Releasing Supplemental Products That Will Uplift the Health, Appearance, and Confidence of Others Around the Globe

...is automated along with its consumer demand combined; this is the true success that people are looking for. The Massive advertising campaigns are just reeling in the customers. Just imagine, providing high demand products and services to the public and also getting Serious Profit through Several different Me...

Tucson's Soft Commercial Real Estate Market Offers Tenants Several Options To Save On Occupancy Costs

... Still reeling from the tech downturn and subsequent economic recession, Tucson's corporate real estate market continues to experience declining rental rates and inc...
reeling in Biological News

HIV infection stems from few viruses

...thor on the report, said the research sheds new light on potential vulnerabilities in the virus at a time when science, medicine and society are still reeling from the failure of a major HIV vaccine clinical trial. We can now identify unambiguously those viruses that are responsible for sexual transmissio...

UCLA researchers unravel a mystery about DNA

...s in the distances between these tags confirmed that transcription proceeds initially through a "scrunching" mechanism in which, much like a fisherman reeling in a catch, RNAP remains in a fixed position while it pulls the flexible DNA strand of the gene within itself and past the enzyme's reactive center to...
reeling in Biological Technology

Life Science Leaders Discuss Strategies for Surviving the Financial Crisis at Yankee Public Relations Symposium

...gional Biopharmaceutical Executives, Investment Leaders BASKING RIDGE, N.J., June 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Biotech companies throughout the country are reeling from the economic recession with half of the industry's 370 small-cap funds slated to run out of cash before 2010, regional biopharmaceutical executiv...

Antiviral Drugmaker Shares Soar as Swine Flu Spreads; Beacon Equity Issues Stock Alerts on: HEB, GNBT, BCRX, DVAX, NVAX, SVA

...eutical stocks are parading up the charts. So how does swine flu affect the markets? Check out a video chart for three stocks (BCRX, AVII, DVAX) reeling from influenza news that should be on your radar this week at stockhideout.com . Today's Stock Alerts include: Hemispherx Biopharma Inc. (...

Identity theft: The business time bomb

...business. The business, itself, can become a victim of financial and non-financial types of IDT. Privacy or security breaches will leave a business reeling to address the ensuing employee and client public relations crisis. The impact to the business will be multifaceted in terms of lost business, lost wo...
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