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... "But, if TB control measures aren't maintained here and internationally, there is a possibility we could see an increase in TB," she said. Asians now have the highest number of TB cases, surpassing Hispanics, ...
... of 27 astronauts who spent an average of 108 days in space aboard the space shuttle and/or the International Space Station. Eight of the 27 astronauts underwent a second MRI exam after a second space ...
... these reasons that stays on the International Space Station (ISS) are restricted to six months. If missions to Mars were ever conducted, the period of travel to and from the planet would likely take over ...
...  Mass immunisation campaigns led to a dramatic drop in polio cases. Rotary International created the PolioPlus programme in 1985 aimed at eradicating the disease. Its members, known as Rotarians, have ...
... editor of the international journal Pain. Carmen R. Green, M.D., is professor of anesthesiology, obstetrics and gynecology, and health management and policy at the University  ...
... Pain Society and received the Distinguished Career Award from the Canadian Pain Society. She is president of the Canadian Pain Society and treasurer of the International Association for the Study of ...
... said Dr. Rudick. One of the new neuroprotective drugs, called BG-12, captured wide attention at an annual international conference on M.S. in Amsterdam in October. Researchers reported a 53 percent ...
... is gathering momentum and will be the subject of discussion at an international expert meeting in the USA this month, the outcomes of which will shape future research that will give us the answers we so ...
... the International Prize for Biology from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. Eric H. Davidson, Ph.D., was recognized for his efforts... For Immediate Release ...
... it and other types of dementia, according to Alzheimer's Disease International, the umbrella group of Alzheimer's associations around the globe. Meanwhile, just four drugs have been approved by the Food ...
... international units a day — is also important to assure adequate calcium absorption, especially for those “with bad bones,” she said. Read more http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=cb7eaffd93e13e7b03f54f7426e9fb5f ...
... chemotherapy and the transplant with his own bone marrow, both of which failed. An international search for a marrow donor yielded no perfect matches and one nearly perfect match -- nine out of 10 antigens ...
... chemotherapy and the transplant with his own bone marrow, both of which failed. An international search for a marrow donor yielded no perfect matches and one nearly perfect match -- nine out of 10 antigens ...
... exoskeleton that we hope to test in clinical trials very soon. FLATOW: Mm-hmm. Is that the walk-around - walking-in project? NICOLELIS: Yes. That's part of this international consortium between Duke, ...
... work. In 1947, an international conference on venereal diseases — based on the experiments — was held in Guatemala City, according to Dr. Rafael Espada, the vice president of Guatemala, in remarks quoted ...
The new chief executive of Medtronic, the world’s largest medical device maker, vowed on Tuesday to revive the company’s growth by further expanding it internationally and improving its returns from research ...
The new chief executive of Medtronic, the world’s largest medical device maker, vowed on Tuesday to revive the company’s growth by further expanding it internationally and improving its returns from research ...
... desperate patients into the clinics of quacks," who are selling unproven treatments "for everything from Alzheimer's to autism." Daley is past president of the International Society for Stem Cell Research, ...
19. Going for gold
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... Smith had surgery during his first three years to correct his club foot. By the age of 15, he was competing internationally as a British karate junior. By 2002, he was the brakeman in a British World Cup ...
... in clinical tests. Dr. Fishman has done both. Rotator Cuff Relief This year, Dr. Fishman received a prize at the International Conference on Yoga for Health and Social Transformation for a paper he presented ...
... go, however, before laboratory promise can be translated into a treatment that can be offered to patients. The international team will begin so-called phase two clinical trials in six months' time designed ...
... raged this past week at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in France, where research on new methods — easier brain scans, an eye test, a blood test — made it clear there soon may be more ...
... evidence, such as the shaken baby syndrome diagnosis. Diagnosing Shaken Baby Syndrome Three years ago, Guthkelch received a standing ovation when he was introduced at the international conference of the ...
... nutrients for strong bones: a total of 1,200 milligrams of calcium daily from food and supplements, and 1,000 international units daily of vitamin D. Initially, a painful vertebral fracture may ...
... the medical journal Osteoporosis International. First, it is critically important to know what not to do. Avoid those infamous stomach “crunches” and toe touches and any exercise or activity that ...
26. Community Support
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  Scoliosis International recognizes the importance of community.  When facing a difficult diagnosis, it’s comforting to be able to turn to people who have been in your shoes.  Scoliosis ...
27. Spread the word
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  Another way to help Scoliosis International would be to let everyone who has been afflicted with Scoliosis know about our charity.  Some simple ways of doing this is to find us on Facebook, ...
28. Volunteer
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  Scoliosis International is always on the look out for Volunteers for one of our many projects.  If you are interested please send an email, with contact information to: volunteer@scoliosisinternational.org.  ...
29. Donate
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... to contact us at: donate@scoliosisinternational.org  ...
30. Research
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  Scoliosis International recognizes the importance of innovation and development.  Without the labor of researchers, scoliosis would wipe out any opportunity to function on any normal level.  ...
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