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Health Strategies & Solutions Diagnoses Trends and Implications for Healthcare Industry in 2009 and Beyond

... accelerate in the emerging environment. A significant effect of escalating financial difficulties will be a new wave of consolidations and failures, rivaling the last wave which swept the industry about 10 years ago. The strong will give consideration to their role in this dynamic situation, and the weak w...

More Efficient, Effective and Personal Patient Care at New McCune-Brooks Hospital Made Possible by Siemens HiPath(R) Wireless

...ized patient care, with an emphasis on women's health and maternity needs. It aims to provide the community with advanced, state-of-the-art healthcare rivaling that of big-city hospitals, while also attracting a highly skilled nursing and physician staff interested in a rural lifestyle and healthcare delivery...

R rating might be unlikely to affect teens exposure to smoking in movies

...ome can be trumped by the glamorization of smoking in the movies. The U.S. movie industry contributes to the spread of teen smoking around the globe, rivaling the influence of the tobacco industry, said co-author Dr. Joseph DiFranza. ...

Video Games Fun but Pose Social, Health Risks

... Move over Tickle Me Elmo. The recently released Nintendo Wii and Playstation 3 video game systems //are rivaling the giggling red monster as the gifts children beg their parents for most this holiday season. As coveted as these new video game systems and oth...
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Obesity

...s on diet and ... What is the scale of the obesity problem in your country? The WHO Child Growth Standards ... Obesity is a growing problem, rivaling world hunger in the number of people that ... Chronic Hunger and Obesity Epidemic; Eroding Global Progress, World Watch ... Dedicated to elevati...
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Logging doubles threat to the Amazon, rivaling clear-cutting, study suggests

Human activities are degrading the Amazonian forest at twice the rate previously estimated, suggests a new study that adds the effects of logging to those of clear-cutting. The research appears in the 21 October issue of the journal Science , published by AAAS, the nonprofit science society. Unt...

Field Museum paleontologist leads study on two new dinosaurs from China

...resent day ostriches. With an estimated body mass of almost 1400 lbs. (626 kg), Beishanlong is one of the largest ornithomimosaurs yet described, rivaling the Late Cretaceous ornithomimosaur Gallimimus in size. Bone microstructure analysis on a cross section of one of the lower leg bones of the principal...

UC San Diego and Genentech scientists develop potentially disruptive antibody sequencing technology

...teins were available until recently. The key bottleneck has been computing rather than experiment, since the challenge of protein assembly is a puzzle rivaling the complexity of DNA sequencing. The proposed Comparative Shotgun Protein Sequencing (CSPS) can be described as two-stage process: assembling ma...

Ocean acidification threatens cold-water coral ecosystems

...es or more in cold, dark waters throughout the world's oceans. Some cold-water coral reefs are home to more than 1,300 species of animals, a diversity rivaling some better known tropical coral reefs. Until now, scientists believed bottom trawling ?a commercial fishing method in which vessels drag large, heavi...
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Swedish in Seattle Unveils State-of-the-Art Brain Tumor Center Combining Advanced Treatment With Innovation in Research

... CABTT is to create a facility that enables patients to actively participate in clinical trials expediting the approval process for new treatments and rivaling the top treatment centers in the country." Advanced Technology Fuels Patient Care Incorporated into the coordinated patient-care clinic, CABTT is ...

Out beyond the horizon

...ps come by their cargo, how that cargo is loaded, by what polyglot seamen and in what untamed ports, can be an amazingly scrambled and trackless story rivaling the Pirates of the Caribbean . Scenario: A single ship starts out in Singapore with containers filled with electronics, passes through Indon...

Out beyond the horizon

...ps come by their cargo, how that cargo is loaded, by what polyglot seamen and in what untamed ports, can be an amazingly scrambled and trackless story rivaling the Pirates of the Caribbean . Scenario: A single ship starts out in Singapore with containers filled with electronics, passes through Indon...

Life Sciences: Wisconsin - The Smart Choice Part Two

...artered in Madison, consistently voted one of the countrys most livable cities. Complimented by lakes and natural beauty, with a growing arts district rivaling the best in the Midwest, Madison offers a rich, balanced environment that contributes to attracting and retaining top talent. Combined with the states...

Wisconsin can teach the world, and profit by it

...and the Middle Eastwho are eager for courses taught in English. In fact, offshore education demand is so strong that sale of academic sheepskins is rivaling wool as an Australian export industry. The lessons learned in the land down under should be noted in Wisconsin, a state that is uniquely positioned...
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