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2014-03-06 23:26:11

Edward Schenk III, Bruce Hamilton, and Daniel Hayes to speak at NCASI 2014 Annual Conference Raleigh, North Carolina (PRWEB) March 06, 2014 The North Carolina Association of Self-Insurers will hold their 14th Annual Conference March 26-28 at Wrightsville Beach and three Teague Campbell partners are scheduled to speak. The theme of this year’s conference is “The Changing Face of Workers’ Compensation,” as NCASI seeks to educate its members on emerging developments in workers’...

2010-06-10 09:43:00

CHICAGO, June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Insurance providers are reluctant to dive headfirst into the vast marketplace of social media, choosing instead to ease in, bit by bit. Mintel Comperemedia recently polled 214 independent life insurance producers. Seventy percent use at least one social media site, but only half report using their accounts for business purposes. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20100413/MINTELLOGO-b) "Insurance issuers tend to rely on email and face-to-face...

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2009-08-13 12:05:00

Research indicates that the smallest spread of cancer to a lymph node can put a breast cancer patient at much higher risk of having the disease return years later, suggesting more treatment than surgery may be needed. Doctors and patients have been tormented for years with the decision of what action to take when a microscopic tumor or stray cancer cells in a lymph node are found. When women are diagnosed with "micro tumors", they are typically given estrogen-blocking drugs, chemotherapy or...

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2008-11-08 10:34:06

Radiological health expert Daniel Hayes, Ph.D., of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene suggests that a form of vitamin D could be one of our body's main protections against damage from low levels of radiation. Writing in the International Journal of Low Radiation, Hayes explains that calcitriol, the active form of vitamin D, may protect us from background radiation and could be used as a safe protective agent before or after a low-level nuclear incident. Biologists and...