Latest Cushing Stories

2014-01-22 23:02:48

Medelita is adding a new men’s lab coat to its slim fit collection in January, 2014. San Clemente, CA (PRWEB) January 22, 2014 In March 2013 Medelita introduced the first “slim-fit” lab coat available for men seeking a more tailored look. The company sought to match an ongoing trend in the evolution of the modern fit for professional menswear toward a preference for European-cut, slimmer-fitting suits and shirts. Despite launching in March, the lab coat was the best-selling men’s...

2011-02-22 02:53:43

Harvey Cushing's records show copious acknowledgement of medical errors that helped fuel advancements The current focus on medical errors isn't quite as new as it seems. A Johns Hopkins review of groundbreaking neurosurgeon Harvey Cushing's notes, made at the turn of the last century, has turned up copious documentation of his own surgical mishaps as well as his suggestions for preventing those mistakes in the future. Authors of the article, published in the Feb. Archives of Surgery, suggest...

2011-01-20 05:11:00

WATERTOWN, Mass., Jan. 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Corey McPherson Nash (Corey), a leading national branding and design firm based in Watertown, Massachusetts, is pleased to announce it is the recipient of Honorable Mention in the 2011 CASE District I Communication Awards, recognizing the work it completed for Cushing Academy's academic year viewbook and recruitment materials. This award marks another CASE win for Corey, who has previously taken home CASE awards for work with Buckingham...

2010-07-15 06:50:00

PORTLAND, Maine, July 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Boxer Marine, a boating innovation company in Cushing, ME, announced today that the company is releasing a new, improved version of AnchorRescue, its anchor retrieval system. Described as "the smart alternative to a trip line," AnchorRescue is an easy-to-install, easy-to-use anchor retrieval system designed for use on both powerboats and sailboats up to 60 ft. in length. The new 2010 version is designed to be trouble-free with fewer moving parts,...

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