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Smile South Florida Sponsors Foster Children from JAFCO and Provide Tooth Whitening

2007-03-22 | Ten JAFCO foster children in Fort Lauderdale will be provided complementary dental care by Smile South Florida Cosmetic Dentists and teeth-tooth whitening for their administrators. Dental Offices in Boca Raton and Broward County (Tamarac).


Smile South Florida - Porcelain Veneers versus Lumineers: The Similarities and Differences (Cosmetic Dentistry)

2007-03-11 | Smile South Florida Cosmetic Dentist, Dr. Charles Nottingham, discusses Lumineers and Porcelain Veneers as viable cosmetic dental options.


VISIONARY'S DREAM EHR VERSION 7 RECEIVES CCHIT CERTIFICATION

2007-02-05 | Software complies with 100 percent of certification criteria


Assisted Suicide: The Topic of Films and Books

2007-01-15 | A person's right to die has been the focus of many movies and books over the years, including the award winning film Million Dollar Baby and the highly anticipated 2007 release of Whale Song, the 'assisted suicide novel' by Canadian author Cheryl Kaye Tardif.


Can 'Dr. Death', a.k.a. Jack Kevorkian, Keep His Resolution Not to Assist in Deaths?

2007-01-02 | In five months, the infamous 'Dr. Death' will be released from prison and will be on probation for two years, where Jack Kevorkian will be closely monitored and expected to fulfill his promise to the court to not participate in any way in any assisted suicide.


Plastic Surgeon Unveils Breast Augmentation Information Center

2006-12-29 | The FDA approval of silicone breast implants has led to some confusion on the part of potential breast augmentation patients. One Beverly Hills plastic surgery center has created a Breast Augmentation Information Center to provide information about all aspects of breast augmentation.


New Web Site Presents the Facts About Plastic Surgery

2006-12-28 | There is growing interest in plastic surgery. However, there is more and more confusion about the actual facts regarding plastic surgery. A new web site provides impartial information about plastic surgery for people looking to understand their options.


Whale Song, the Controversial Assisted Suicide Novel by Cheryl Kaye Tardif, Launches in April 2007

2006-12-14 | Canadian mystery author Cheryl Kaye Tardif is getting ready to put on "the biggest and best book launch Edmonton has ever seen". On April 7, 2007, The Whale Song Book Launch ~ A KILLER Whale of a Launch Party will celebrate the release of her controversial and haunting novel Whale Song.


Being Listed In The Top Listings Of Search Engines Is No Easy Task. Are You Doing What It Takes?

2006-10-30 | Using A Press Release Within Your Search Engine Optimization Tactic. Something Everyone In Any Industry Can Use.


Global Nerd's QUICK SHOPPING CART NOW LINKS WITH QUICKBOOKS

2006-09-27 | Global Nerds, LLC. Where it's cool to be a nerd, is helping small businesses easily open and manage online stores.


ADHD Secrets Revealed: Symptoms can be controlled naturally and used to your advantage

2006-09-20 | Normally ADD and ADHD symptoms are viewed as a disease requiring stimulant drugs to treat. People don't realize that these symptoms can be channeled into superhuman focus and productivity. One Sufferer, Tellman Knudson, teaches a natural method of controlling ADHD and turning it into a huge benefit


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


TalkPoint Webcasting to Power FDAAdvisoryCommittee.com and Continue Providing Multimedia Access to FDA Advisory Committee Meetings

2006-08-28 | This will result in a new look for FDAAdvisoryCommittee.com, which will remain a dedicated portal offering Webcasts, DVDs and Transcripts of FDA Advisory Committee Meetings.


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

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

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.


There's a new claim for an advance against malignancies reported every month, but statistics say otherwise says Lawrence Broxmeyer MD

2006-07-14 | Summary: The word 'cancer' is of Latin derivation and means crab. By the turn of the 20th Century organized medicine had come to the conclusion that it was not a matter of whether infectious disease caused cancer, but which one, pointed out Lawrence Broxmeyer MD.


CHICAGO-AREA NURSE RECEIVES $25,000 AND "SUPER STAR" STATUS AMONG COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSES IN THE CHICAGO METRO AREA

2006-06-30 | Remarkable Chicago woman receives $25,000 and title of "super star" among community health nurses for her ongoing work supporting the medically underserved throughout Chicago and internationally. Catharine "Cat" Quinn receives the VNA Foundation 2006 Super Star in Community Nursing Award.


Government will reverse mesothelioma ruling

2006-06-29 | The Lord Chancellor, Lord Falconer has announced changes to compensation laws which will mean victims of asbestos-related cancer will receive full compensation.


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.