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Take 2 Cups of Kale and Call Me in the Morning? - "Food and Nutrients in Disease Management"
Take 2 Cups of Kale and Call Me in the Morning? - "Food and Nutrients in Disease Management"
2007-05-26 | A medical textbook whose time has come.
Court awards compensation to include chemotherapy not available on the NHS
Court awards compensation to include chemotherapy not available on the NHS
2006-09-16 | Field Fisher Waterhouse has won a 400,000 damages payout in the High Court for a carpenter who is battling for survival against asbestos-related cancer
Are You Including A Press Release In Your Marketing Campaign Arsenal? Perhaps You Should Be…
Are You Including A Press Release In Your Marketing Campaign Arsenal? Perhaps You Should Be…
2006-08-09 | 24-7PressRelease.com Selected as Top Source For Press Release Distribution
Is There Really a Connection Between Diabetes and Alzheimer's? Asks Physician Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD
Is There Really a Connection Between Diabetes and Alzheimer's? Asks Physician Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD
2006-07-27 | Summary; Shock waves from the recent Madrid Alzheimer's meeting sent scientists scurrying for an explanation for how a Seattle VA study showed that diabetes could lead to a nearly 70% increase in Alzheimer's disease. One scientist not caught off-guard was internist/researcher Lawrence Broxmeyer MD.
Lawrence Broxmeyer's Avian Influenza, H5N1 And the Pandemic of 1918
Lawrence Broxmeyer's Avian Influenza, H5N1 And the Pandemic of 1918
2006-07-19 | Summary: Researcher/doctor Lawrence Broxmeyer recently, at the express request of the Editor-in-Chief a prominent Elsevier peer-reviewed medical journal, wrote an innovative Editorial dealing with the Pandemic of 1918 and today's bird flu. He speaks of that paper here.
Think Twice Before Extracting Teeth for Ortho
Think Twice Before Extracting Teeth for Ortho
2006-06-22 | Instead of pulling teeth to traditionally make more space for the teeth, orthodontists are now recommending palate expansion to give the tongue more room.
Celebrate! ADHD Urges Parents to Adopt-A-Teacher
Celebrate! ADHD Urges Parents to Adopt-A-Teacher
2005-08-30 | Tragically, most teachers try to change their brightest, most curious students—children with ADHD and Attention Deficit Disorder—with Ritalin rather than changing their teaching styles. Celebrate!ADHD is urging parents to "Adopt-A-Teacher" to improve self-confidence and school performance.
Book on Perimenopause and Natural Hormones Awarded Top Publishing Honors
Book on Perimenopause and Natural Hormones Awarded Top Publishing Honors
2005-06-19 | Larkfield Publishing's "The Hormone Survival Guide for Perimenopause" wins the prestigious Ben Franklin Award for best first book by a new publisher. The book also receives an Honorable Mention in ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year competition.
Doctor Available to Address the Tom Cruise/Brooke Shields Controversy
Doctor Available to Address the Tom Cruise/Brooke Shields Controversy
2005-06-02 | Dr. Steven Hotze, author of "Hormones, Health, and Happiness" says that in almost all cases, postpartum depression can be treated by balancing a new mother's hormones and without drug intervention.
Amjo Corp Announces the Introduction of a New Stroke Therapy Device, the First EMG Triggered NMES Device Targeted at Stroke Suffer
Amjo Corp Announces the Introduction of a New Stroke Therapy Device, the First EMG Triggered NMES Device Targeted at Stroke Suffer
2005-03-28 | Stroke Sufferers now have one more option: EMG triggered NMES at home is now both affordable and possible. The system is able to detect extremely small electrical EMG signals