Health News Archive - December 06, 2010
HairLoss.com, the largest and most comprehensive website dedicated to providing unbiased consumer information about alopecia and hair loss conditions, as well as hair loss treatments has unveiled a state-of-the-art provider directory.
Discovery Arts is pleased to announce the launch of its newest Chapter at St. Johnâ€™s Childrenâ€™s Hospital in Springfield, MO beginning December 4, 2010.
Defense Counsel Terry Lenamon Details How South Florida Man Escapes Death Penalty for Stabbing Death of Wife after First-Time Admission of QEEG Brain Mapping Evidence Miami, FL (PRWEB) December 5, 2010 Grady Nelson, 53, will not face the death penalty for stabbing his wife 61 times and stabbing her two young children whom he had previously sexually assaulted, a Miami jury decided yesterday.
Isabel De Los Rios is a certified nutritionist whose educational video series What to Eat While Pregnant helps expectant mothers understand how eating nutritious pregnancy foods throughout all three trimesters supports the health of both mother and baby.
USDA tips that ensure holly, jolly pathogen-free festivities Washington, DC (Vocus/PRWEB) December 05, 2010 As Americans gather for an array of year-end celebrations this festive season, often the centerpiece of those events is the dining table or buffet. The U.S.
Moutain Dog Diet LLC is a small nutrition and training company based out of Columbus, Ohio, with a unique approach to enhancing one's level of fitness and health. Their unique "traditional" type diet plans coupled with high intensity workout plans, helped hundreds get in shape in 2010.
Boutique Digital Photo Retouching Firm Now Adding Headshot Photography to their Services Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 5, 2010 Streibwerks LLC announces the launch of a new service for Streibwerks.com, a niche digital photo retouching website for online headshots.
Knocked out teeth can be saved for life but must be stored in a Save-A-Tooth system within the first hour of the accident.
Bayer announced in November major restructuring plans to remain competitive in the face of increasing price pressures and competition from generic drugsâ€”plans that involve cost and job cutting to achieve an annual savings of about EUR800 million.
A study conducted by Chaoyang Li and colleagues, of Atlanta's CDC, points to an apparent connection between increased blood levels of alpha-carotene and reduced risk of death.