Health News Archive - November 30, 2011
While many corporations are cutting back Costa Mesa-based Morgan Drexen is providing continued education for its employees. Costa Mesa, CA (PRWEB) November 29,
Mobile community app enables increased member engagement and accelerated research response Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 29, 2011 Passenger (http://www.thinkpassenger.com),
Dan Holme, Chief SharePoint Evangelist, and Randy Williams, Enterprise Trainer & Evangelist, will share best practices for SharePoint governance and infrastructure management at the community
An international team of scientists has announced a breakthrough in the fight against malaria, paving the way for the development of new drugs to treat the deadly disease.
While researchers have long known that the left hemisphere of the human brain is critical in the process of producing and decoding semantics and language, the intricacies have largely remained a mystery.
Cheeseburgers and hot dogs, it's the American way. But do these foods increase your risk of prostate cancer? According to this study, progressive prostate cancer is more likely when foods like ground beef and processed meats are frequently consumed.
Victims of serious facial injuries can now be more hopeful than ever because of 3-D imaging that, when combined with conventional medical imaging, can successfully aid in transplanting the human face.
Drinking vitamin-D fortified yogurt drinks can improve cholesterol levels and biomarkers of endothelial dysfunction, a precursor of heart disease.
A ruling and injunction by District Judge Richard Leon blocking tobacco companies from being forced to display graphic images on cigarette packs and advertising, was appealed on Tuesday by the US FDA.
Washington State University researchers have used a 3D printer to create a bone-like material and structure that can be used in orthopedic procedures, dental work, and to deliver medicine for treating osteoporosis.
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