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Most acquisition of meningitis bacteria among students occurs in first week of university term

...lls posed less of a risk than a daily visit to the hall bar which more than doubled the risk of acquisition....

Landmark study results published in NEJM highlight breakthrough treatment for heart failure

...apacity, as evidenced by an increase in six-minute hall walk distance. Patients receiving cardiac resynchronisation therapy reported a greater improvement in quality of life than those receiving drug therapy alone. Fifty percent fewer hospitalisations and 77 percent fewer hospital days related to hear...

Preventive Medicine 2003 to feature research findings, plenary sessions on disease prevention

...presentations, the meeting will feature an exhibit hall where registrants can learn about products and services designed for application in preventive medicine and health promotion, an awards banquet at which members of the College will recognize their peers for professional achievement, an Open Policy Fo...

UCSF & SF Bay Area receive federal funds to expand breast cancer / environmental research

... county, Marin Breast Cancer Watch convened a town hall in 2002 that brought together cancer prevention advocates, health care professionals, community members, scientists, and government officials. Kenneth Olden, PhD, director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, was among those w...

HHS awards $14 million to support Bioethics Research Center

...udy was conducted, in part, as well as a residence hall in order to consolidate the center into one location and provide space for the Bioethics Living Learning Complex. The complex will house visiting scholars and interns who participate in bioethics programs. Participants will include representatives ...

Preventive Medicine 2004 to feature research findings on disease prevention and health promotion

...presentations, the meeting will feature an exhibit hall where registrants can learn about products and services designed for application in preventive medicine and health promotion. There will be an awards banquet at which members of the College will recognize their peers for professional achievement, car...

Depression on College Campuses conference

...ed health providers, university leaders, residence hall advisers, student leaders, preventive education specialists, third-party payors, mental health advocates, journalists, and parents get involved," says John Greden, M.D., executive director of the U-M Depression Center, the only center in the nation d...

The American Academy of Nurse Practitioners to host 19th Annual Conference

...ve registered for the 2004 Conference.) An exhibit hall filled with a variety of pharmaceutical, medical supply and equipment companies, computer and business support companies, recruiters, and publishing houses will showcase the latest in goods and services designed to support the nurse practitioner.The ...

Sounds of New York, evidence for a preferred ear, ultrasound for the eye

...ALLS At a special evening lecture (1eID1) concert hall expert Leo Beranek (beranekleo@ieee.org), a recent...een the visual and auditory aspects of the concert hall experience. HUMMING CLEARS THE SINUSES A recent study by Swedish researchers has suggested that hu...

AAN 2004 Public Leadership Award goes to Leon Fleisher, musician who overcame dystonia

...n focal dystonia forced him to give up the concert hall tour. For the next 30 years, he taught music and conducted orchestras while always holding out hope for a treatment that would enable him to regain full use of his hand. He also emerged as a spokesman on behalf of dystonia patients everywhere, advoca...

Penn addictions expert, Charles P. O'Brien, MD, PhD, receives prestigious, international honor

...This presentation will be heard beyond the lecture hall as the lecture receives national attention from the Dutch paper, The Volkskrant. As is the tradition, the occasion will also include a concert by the Symphony Orchestra of Amsterdam and a presentation by city officials of the new pieces of art purch...

ESA at the world's largest medical exhibition

...mote place can be lifesaving. An entire exhibition hall at MEDICA 2004 is dedicated to this technology, which has revolutionised several branches of the medical sector. The roots of telemedicine lie in space, where telemedicine was used to monitor the health of astronauts. ESA is at the forefront of de...

Medical meeting to feature research findings and disease prevention and health promotion sessions

...presentations, the meeting will feature an exhibit hall where registrants can learn about products and services designed for application in preventive medicine and health promotion. There will be an awards banquet at which members of the College will recognize their peers for professional achievement, car...

Americans support most uses of reproductive genetic testing, report on US attitudes reveals

...ement and designer babies." Focus groups and town hall meetings, which allowed researchers to explore par...ues that arose in focus group discussions and town hall meetings. "Many observers believe new policies - governmental or private - are needed to keep pace ...

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