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2009-01-02 | Oral Appliances and dental sleep medicine are growing in popularity compared to CPAP. CPAP and oral appliances are now considered first line treatments of sleep apnea and surgery is a secondary therapy. Too many patients do not like use their CPAP machines on a regular basis.
2008-12-27 | Sleep apnea is known to cause increases in blood pressure and a six-fold increased risk of heart attacks and strokes. This study shows that sleep apnea and especially low oxygen saturation may be a risk factor for sudden cardiac death. CPAP and oral appliance therapy can lower increased risks.
2008-12-20 | "Waiting for My Real Life" an independent, award-winning feature documentary is scheduled to screen in the Beverly Hills Hi-Def Film Festival, on Monday, December 29, at 7:30pm, at the Fine Arts Theater, 8556 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills.
2008-12-09 | When Thomas Hapka suffered a near-fatal brain injury, he didn't know what life had in store for him. Now he's teamed with Erick and Adam Rolfson of the Bring Back Brett Favre fan organization to publish "Letters To Brett Favre: A Fan Tribute".
2008-12-06 | People with special needs, such as the physically disabled, are often incapable of maintaining good oral hygiene practices.
2008-11-19 | Missouri band, comprised of blind and legally blind musicians, will hold its' first fundraising concert/event at the site of Dialog in the Dark, in the historic Union Station. The band's goal is to perform for future events and contribute a portion of proceeds to a charity involving the blind.
2008-11-17 | New Jersey All Natural Italian Ice company donates promotional profits to Autism Family Services of New Jersey
2008-11-04 | Maxi-Aids, industry-leading supplier of products for the Blind, Low Vision, Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Diabetics as well as those with mobility issues and other special needs, today released its annual list of Holiday Gift Ideas for Independent Living, featuring Christmas and Hanukkah Gift ideas.
2008-10-16 | Maxi-Aids, the industry-leading supplier of products for independent living, is distributing an innovative product called the i-TELLpod Talking iPod Controller, which enables the Blind and those with Low Vision to use iPods by announcing stored information.
2008-10-15 | She is tasked with teaching students with severe disabilities including autism.
2008-10-12 | Ms. Allen is responsible for assisting clients in obtaining needed services and reviewing plans to enhance their quality of life.
2008-10-11 | Ms. Young is proud to have the ability to ensure that her students make gains in skill development in reading, written expression and mathematics.
2008-09-26 | Besser Handheld and Stand Magnifiers, offering precision optics and superior LED illumination at a low price, are getting rave reviews from the vision care community. See-More Vision, leading supplier of low vision products, is distributing Besser exclusively through eye care professionals.
2008-09-26 | Child Foundation Charity, a 501 (c) (3) public benefit, non-profit organization, has been awarded its first grant in the amount of $10,000 by First Hand Foundation.
2008-09-25 | On October 4th, M.C.A. will host the 2nd Annual Hollywood Leather Meets Lace Ride benefiting Generation Rescue. The event begins at 9am on Hollywood Blvd's Walk of Fame, motorcycle enthusiasts & celebrities will join together to ride for Generation Rescue, then to the Playboy Mansion to wrap event.
2008-09-21 | She takes a lead role in fundraising efforts, establishing contacts, diversifying the revenue base and seeking grant funding.
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
2008-08-26 | A gala benefit for children worldwide born with debilitating birth defects
2008-08-16 | Break the Barriers, Inc., today announced that it will be hosting a delegation of dignitaries from China from Aug. 16 through Aug. 20, 2008. One country at a time,Break the Barriers is motivating people around the world to work together celebrating all abilities.
2008-06-27 | Preliminary studies have shown marked improvements in autistic patients using a procedure that activates the body's capacity to suppress a persisting stealth adapted virus infection; the underlying cause of autism. Parents are being recruited to help evaluate this simple, home based procedure.