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  • Pucker Up for Good Health
    PHOENIX, Ariz-Feeling blue? Perhaps you should kiss away your sadness. Paul Pearsall, MD, author of the national best-seller <$>Superimmunity says kissing, when in a loving relationship, boosts chemicals in a person's body that protect against disease. Clinical ...More
    February 13, 2001 Posted in News
  • Pucker Up for Good Health
    PHOENIX, Ariz-Feeling blue? Perhaps you should kiss away your sadness. Paul Pearsall, MD, author of the national best-seller <$>Superimmunity says kissing, when in a loving relationship, boosts chemicals in a person's body that protect against disease. Clinical ...More
    February 13, 2001 Posted in News
  • New System Developed To Fight Brain Injuring Emboli
    SAN DIEGO, Calif-ORINCON Corp., working with Embolus Inc., has developed a prototype system to detect, classify, and possibly reduce the risks and occurrence of brain injuring emboli. The Emboli Detection and Classification System (EDAC) has been designed to help the ...More
    February 12, 2001 Posted in News
  • Website Gives Physicians Quick References
    ST. LOUIS, MO--The MD Consult website was designed to give healthcare workers necessary information quickly. It includes 40 medical reference books, 50 medical journals, comprehensive drug information, 600 clinical practice guidelines, 3,000 patient education handouts, ...More
    February 12, 2001 Posted in News
  • Muslims Treking to Mecca Learn About Meningitis
    PATERSON, NJ-Doctors and staff are preparing a New Jersey community for their holy pilgrimage to Mecca. While many anxious travelers are worried about packing and airline tickets, healthcare workers are quickly teaching about the dangers of meningitis. Men and women in ...More
    February 8, 2001 Posted in News
  • Briggs Corp. Announces Vice President
    DES MOINES, Iowa-Briggs Corp. has chosen a new vice president of sales and marketing to lead the healthcare products company. Michael S. Ness will oversee 75 employees in the sales and marketing group. Briggs Corp. is a leading provider of products and services to the ...More
    February 6, 2001 Posted in News
  • NewBiotics Inc. Appoints New President
    SAN DIEGO, Calif-NewBiotics, Inc announced January 8, that H. Michael Shepard, will be the company's president. Shepard will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the company's research and development strategies, scientific and corporate collaborations, and related ...More
    February 6, 2001 Posted in News
  • Scientists Worry Bush Will Cut Stem Cell Research Funding
    WASHINGTON, DC-Newly elected President Bush said Friday he thinks scientists should be using adult stem cells for their research. The only problem is that most researchers use stem cells derived from aborted fetuses or fertility clinic's discarded embryos. Embryonic stem ...More
    February 2, 2001 Posted in News
  • Hep B Vaccine Does Not Cause MS
    ATLANTA, Ga-Doctors have long questioned whether a vaccine to prevent hepatitis B caused multiple sclerosis. A new study says the two were unfairly linked-there is no trigger in the vaccine that causes other diseases, researchers reported. Hepatitis B is a potentially ...More
    February 2, 2001 Posted in News
  • Preoperative Topical Antiseptic Measures to Prevent Nosocomial Infection
    Preoperative Topical Antiseptic Measures to Prevent Nosocomial Infection By Shawn Gentry It has been well established that measures to prevent nosocomial infections begin well before the surgical procedure. During the preoperative phase, hair removal and the proper use of ...More
    February 1, 2001 Posted in Articles