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Health News Archive - July 21, 2012

Father And Infant Interactions Affect Behavior Later On

A new study found that children whose fathers showed more positive engagement before three months of age tended to not have as many behavioral problems when they turn one-year-old.

Pluristem Focuses On Therapeutic Cells Delivered Intramuscularly

20,000,000. This is the number of peripheral artery disease patients Pluristem Therapeutics, a placenta-based cell therapy company, is working to assist.

European Agency Recommends Gene Therapy Approval

A European Union agency for the evaluation of medicinal products is recommending the approval of a gene therapy treatment for a rare disease, which would be the first time a treatment of this kind has received the regulatory go-ahead for use in the West.

Motor Vehicle Crash Deaths Less Likely In Largest US Cities

The fatality rate from motor vehicle crashes is lower in the 50 largest American cities than the overall national rate, and more young drivers are killed in car crashes in the southeast than anywhere else in the US.

The Institute of Regenerative and Molecular Orthopaedics (PRWEB) July 21, 2012 According to the US News and World Report, Dr.

Massage Envy Spa in Severna Park, Maryland is now giving members a Personal Wellness Plan which includes a monthly massage or facial, earned upgrades, discounts and more Severna

iPad3release.com, the leading updates website for the Apple iPad 3 tablet device, revealed that rumours of an Apple iPad Mini device are starting to looking more credible. Phoenix,

"Degenerative Joint disease of the knee is now being treated with regenerative medicine at he center for regenerative medicine," according to Doctor Farshchian an orthopedic regenerative

New P-S 50' 'Waffle' Box Car comes in seven true-to-life paint schemes with highly accurate lettering and

WOW! Weight Loss’ owners have noticed serious misconceptions when it comes to the subject of Canadian dietary health.

Word of the Day
omadhaun
  • A fool; a simpleton: a term of abuse common in Ireland and to a less extent in the Gaelic-speaking parts of Scotland.
This word is partly Irish in origin.