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H1 N.......what?!!? America's Mexican "Influenza", a tale of two Pandemics, says Researcher Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD
H1 N.......what?!!? America's Mexican "Influenza", a tale of two Pandemics, says Researcher Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD
2009-05-21 | We are told to wash or hands, to cover coughs and sneezes, to stay home if we feel sick. Yet to this point only a fraction of purported "flu" cases have been proven to be linked to Influenza, reminds previous Journal of Infectious Diseases lead investigator Lawrence Broxmeyer MD
Clinical Trial for Healthcare Professionals with Opioid Dependence
Clinical Trial for Healthcare Professionals with Opioid Dependence
2009-05-20 | Seeking healthcare professionals with opioid dependence to participate in a clinical trial.
CodonCode Corporation Announces Free License Program For DNA Sequence Assembly Software
CodonCode Corporation Announces Free License Program For DNA Sequence Assembly Software
2009-05-06 | Free licenses for CodonCode Aligner, a leading software program for DNA sequence assembly and analysis, will be made available to selected applicants under CodonCode Corporation's new License Grant Program.
US Swine Outbreak is an "Influenza"? Not so fast, says Lawrence Broxmeyer MD
US Swine Outbreak is an "Influenza"? Not so fast, says Lawrence Broxmeyer MD
2009-05-05 | Medical researcher/physician Lawrence Broxmeyer MD, lead investigator in a Journal of Infectious Diseases study, has a message for the officials and scientists of WHO and the CDC: There is more to flu-like illness than either "Influenza" or "H1N1".
BioScience Laboratories Approved to Test Swine Influenza
BioScience Laboratories Approved to Test Swine Influenza
2009-05-02 | BioScience Laboratories received formal approval from the USDA to acquire, house and work with Swine Influenza VR 333 on April 29, 2009.
Xradia 3D X-ray Images Key For University of Texas Scan of Famous Fossil "Lucy"
Xradia 3D X-ray Images Key For University of Texas Scan of Famous Fossil "Lucy"
2009-04-29 | Ultra High Resolution Xradia MicroXCT 3D CT Scanner Provides Insight Into World's Oldest Complete Adult Erect Walking Skeleton
TheDiabetesMiracleBreakThrough Revealed: The Root Cause for Diabetes
TheDiabetesMiracleBreakThrough Revealed: The Root Cause for Diabetes
2009-04-27 | Diabetics are always looking to discover new methods and secrets on how they can greatly relieve their diabetic problem - Then, Ranches Hall wanted to share his Secret discovery.
Innovive Inc. Announces a Major Installation of Its Single-Use Caging Technology at the Stowers Institute in Kansas City, MO
Innovive Inc. Announces a Major Installation of Its Single-Use Caging Technology at the Stowers Institute in Kansas City, MO
2009-04-17 | Innovive, Inc., the Market leader in single-use rodent caging, is pleased to announce the successful installation of the Innovive System at the new 12,000 cage SPF rodent facility at The Stowers Institute for Medical Research in Kansas City, MO...
StemEnhance Facts ~ An FAQ on StemEnhance
StemEnhance Facts ~ An FAQ on StemEnhance
2009-03-14 | StemTech Health Sciences was founded in 2005 in order to bring a new breakthrough product technology to the marketplace. This Product is called StemEnhance and is the beginnings of a natural, phytoceutical dietary supplement.
BioScience Laboratories Approved to Test MRSA on Human Volunteers
BioScience Laboratories Approved to Test MRSA on Human Volunteers
2009-02-12 | BioScience Laboratories can now test a product's efficacy when challenged with Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) on human skin.
Renaissance Laser & Vein Institute (LaserandVeinclinic.com) "Pearl Treatment"
Renaissance Laser & Vein Institute (LaserandVeinclinic.com) "Pearl Treatment"
2009-01-26 | With Pearl you can get a more aggressive treatment for facial lines, texture and pigmentation without the lengthy downtime
Australia: Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, and Perth: Sleep Apnea Information and the Availability of Treatment Choices for the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Including CPAP, Surgery and Oral Appliances is Available at www.IHATECPAP.COM
Australia: Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, and Perth: Sleep Apnea Information and the Availability of Treatment Choices for the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Including CPAP, Surgery and Oral Appliances is Available at www.IHATECPAP.COM
2008-12-02 | Dr Ira L Shapira has provided Australian patients diagnosed with sleep apnea an excellent resource that covers diagnosis and treatment of sleep apnea and other sleep disorders. CPAP is the gold standard treatment for sleep apnea but only small minority pf patients tolerate its use.
Hook the Cure Fishing Tournament Nets $450,000 for Cystic Fibrosis Patient Care and Research
Hook the Cure Fishing Tournament Nets $450,000 for Cystic Fibrosis Patient Care and Research
2008-10-31 | The third annual Redbone Tournament Series event, presented by BJ's Restaurants and IOTEC brought U.S. anglers to Puerto Vallarta Mexico for fun in the sun and exciting fishing, challenging golf and world-class spa.
Even Mild Sleep Apnea Increases Cardiovascular Risk. Snoring Alone Without Apnea Increases Risk of Carotid Atherosclerosis and Stroke 1000%
Even Mild Sleep Apnea Increases Cardiovascular Risk. Snoring Alone Without Apnea Increases Risk of Carotid Atherosclerosis and Stroke 1000%
2008-10-26 | A study from the Oxford Centre for Respiratory Medicine showed that people with even minimally symptomatic obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are at increased risk for cardiovascular disease because of impaired endothelial function and increased arterial stiffness.
XDepth 48: Jpeg-compatible 48bit image compression solution announced
XDepth 48: Jpeg-compatible 48bit image compression solution announced
2008-10-20 | Trellis Management's XDepth technology allows standard Jpeg images to overcome Jpeg2000 performances.
BioScience Laboratories Tests Product Efficacy Against Clostridium Difficile Spores on Human Hands
BioScience Laboratories Tests Product Efficacy Against Clostridium Difficile Spores on Human Hands
2008-10-18 | BioScience Laboratories is one of the only facilities with the capability of testing a product's efficacy when challenged with Clostridium difficile spores in vitro and now on human skin.
Amy S. McProud Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who 
Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry
Amy S. McProud Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry
2008-10-11 | Ms. McProud is considered an authority in biological sciences, and is responsible for managing the project team and conducting pharmaceutical research on behalf of pharmaceutical companies.
Hisham A. Aly Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who
Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry
Hisham A. Aly Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry
2008-09-21 | Mr. Aly is responsible for overseeing laboratory operations and budgeting. As administrator, he provides pathology services including anatomic pathology, cytology, hematology, autopsy, special chemistry, coagulation and micro- and mylo-bacteriology to other medical departments in the hospital.
Successful Natural Treatment for Autism: A Progress Report
Successful Natural Treatment for Autism: A Progress Report
2008-09-10 | Striking, well documented, improvements in patients with autism are being observed in an ongoing clinical trial conducted by the Institute of Progressive Medicine. The trial employs a method for activating an alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway that is deficient in many autistic patients
JAPANESE RESEARCH CREATES STEM CELLS FROM WISDOM TEETH. SAVE STEM CELLS FOR YOUR FUTURE. RESEARCHERS AT HARVARD CONVERT LIVING CELLS FROM ONE TYPE TO ANOTHER. THESE STUDIES AND OTHERS PROVE THE UTILITY OF COLLECTION OF STEM CELLS DURING MINIMALLY INVASIVE EARLY WISDOM TOOTH REMOVAL.
JAPANESE RESEARCH CREATES STEM CELLS FROM WISDOM TEETH. SAVE STEM CELLS FOR YOUR FUTURE. RESEARCHERS AT HARVARD CONVERT LIVING CELLS FROM ONE TYPE TO ANOTHER. THESE STUDIES AND OTHERS PROVE THE UTILITY OF COLLECTION OF STEM CELLS DURING MINIMALLY INVASIVE EARLY WISDOM TOOTH REMOVAL.
2008-08-27 | EARLY MINIMALLY INVASIVE REMOVAL OF WISDOM TEETH WILL CHANGE THE PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY AND ADVANCE ANTI-AGING MEDICINE. PAENTS WHO DID NOT SAVE THEIR CHILDREN'S CORD BLOOD WILL GET A SECOND TO LET THEIR CHILDREN SHARE IN POTENTIAL MEDICAL MIRACLES IN THE FUTURE.