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Fall River Podiatrists Of The Foot And Ankle Institute Of New England Present New Patient Forms On Interactive Website

2010-09-24
Experienced Middletown podiatrists at Foot & Ankle Institute of New England, introduce the option of filling out new patient paperwork on the practice's state-of-the-art website. New patients can now spend more time with their doctor rather than on filling out the needed paperwork. New patient paperwork can easily be downloaded from this Warwick, RI podiatrist's website. Simply by visiting the website, new patients can easily access the forms for downloading. With the necessary paperwork completed in advance, the Foot & Ankle Institute of New England can spend more quality ...

Dentist In Vancouver, Wa Interacts With Patients Through Social Media

2010-09-24
Dr. Kristian Rapisarda, an experienced dentist in Vancouver, WA, expands his resources with the creation of a social media site on Facebook. Patients are now able to post information on this website including information on their visit and the practice's procedures. Additionally, patients can view office photos and interact with other patients. Today, the use of social media websites has become increasingly popular, allowing this Vancouver, WA family dentist to branch out into different patient interactions. Provided with a direct link on the interactive website, patients ...

Oswego, Il Dentist, Dr. Sherry Baker, Announces The Development Of Brand New Practice Website

2010-09-24
Experienced Oswego, IL dentist, Dr. Sherry Baker is pleased to introduce the launch of her new, innovative website. The patient friendly website was launched in order to enhance the patient experience and share the dental care knowledge of this dentist in Oswego, IL. The new website for this Oswego, IL dentist, functions as the focal point for the practice, allowing patients to visit the website 24/7. Patients can visit the website to request an appointment, fill out new patient forms, meet the staff and learn about the services that this practice has to offer. "Today, ...

Bolingbrook Dentist, Dr. Rani Seeth, Allows Patients Easy Access To Appointment Making On Practice's Interactive Website

2010-09-24
Experienced dentist in Bolingbrook, IL, Rani Seeth, seeks to make appointments easier with a new appointment requesting feature now available from the practice's website. The convenient feature was added so that patients can easily request an appointment from home without having to pick up the phone. Requesting an appointment for patients is easier than ever at this Bolingbrook family dentist. Simply visit their comprehensive website and request an appointment by indicating your preferred date and time. A scheduling coordinator will contact the patient, shortly after ...

Turkey's Biopharmaceutical Sector Attracts, Boosts Research and Development Expenditures

2010-09-24
A recent report on the biopharmaceutical sector presence, employment, economic output and research and development activity in the European States highlights Turkey's long-term prospects for growth. The report notes that the industry is creating a positive ripple across the region's economy, improving the quality of life for its citizens and increasing access to medicine. In particular, strong public-private industry collaborations and an emphasis on research and development are highlighted as aiding in the development of new medicines, improving access to medicine and ...

Tracker Corp Developers Solve ASP.NET Security Vulnerability for Customers Even Before Microsoft Announces Fix

2010-09-24
In a rapid response to Microsoft's recently announced discovery of a security vulnerability in all versions of ASP.NET, Tracker Corp developers immediately investigated the issue, devised a solution and applied it to all customers of Tracker products. According to the Microsoft security advisory issued on Friday, September 17, "An attacker who exploited this vulnerability could view data...or read data from files on the target server.... This would allow the attacker to tamper with the contents of the data...[and] observe the error codes returned by the server." Rather ...

CM Group Confirms Free Software Trials Will Be Available At The Launch Of The New LUMINOSITY SYNERGY and LUMINOSITY REACH from 28th September: www.cm-luminosity.com

2010-09-24
The two new products will be exhibited on World of Learning stand D120 at the NEC in Birmingham, UK, alongside CM Group's established LUMINOSITY STUDIO collaborative eLearning authoring software. The LUMINOSITY product family are a flexible and scalable set of solutions to enable small to large organisations to deploy the practical benefits of eLearning. All share the combination of extreme ease of use together with rapid deployment and all deliver high quality results. LUMINOSITY STUDIO is the existing scalable collaborative authoring platform that enables organisations ...

CM Group Confirms That Its New LUMINOSITY SYNERGY Online Review Portal Will Support Courses Produced By All The Main Authoring Tools Including Authorware, Lecturnity, Articulate and Bespoke Flash

2010-09-24
The new product is launching on 28th September 2010 at the World of Learning Show at the Birmingham NEC, UK. The benefit of the new system is that any SCORM compliant eLearning courses and modules can be loaded into the secure online review portal, where they can be reviewed by invited reviewers who are either within or outside of the author's own organisation. The secure environment enables the reviewers to quickly and easily review and then comment on each eLearning page, tracking comments in a discussion thread. This facilitates easier triage and management of review ...

Physical Therapy Exercise Software Becomes More Popular Among U.S. Clinics

2010-09-24
Prognition Corp., the makers of Mavenlive, recently reported that a growing number of physical therapy clinics in the United States are trying the physical therapy exercise software. The increase in interest for the physical therapy documentation software is the partial result of the company's efforts to market the product on the Internet with a search engine optimization campaign, said Mike Gauthier, Prognition's vice president of product development. "We have been able to reach more physical therapists in the U.S. by diligently working on our SEO efforts," Gauthier ...

Maplegambling.com Launch Sports Betting Guide

Maplegambling.com Launch Sports Betting Guide
2010-09-24
Maplegambling.com, the Canadian focused online gambling portal, already provide a complete online casino guide as well as live lottery results and lottery information. The portal has now added a detailed online sports betting guide for Canadian sports fans. "We are very proud to announce the launch of our online sports betting guide. As a Canadian portal, our main focus will be on sports markets that are poplar in North America including NFL Betting, MLB, CFL, NBA and NHL," said Ryan D, Editor at Maplegambling.com. "Over time we will add betting guides for college ...

More Diabetics Likely to Develop Diabetic Retinopathy Today

2010-09-24
Researchers from the Centers for Disease control and Prevention analyzed data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey between 2005 and 2009 and released an updated study showing around 30% of diabetics in the U.S. over the age of 30 may have diabetic retinopathy. Four percent of this group is in danger of losing the vision. Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness of people between the ages of 20 and 74, and costs the U.S. roughly $500 million a year. The CDC updated the study from one done ten years ago, and shoes that the number of people ...

2010 North Alabama Scottish Festival Selects a Leading Scottsboro Hotel as the Official Host Hotel for the Festival

2010-09-24
Hampton Inn Scottsboro Hotel has been selected as the official host hotel for the 2010 North Alabama Scottish Festival. The event will take place on October 2 at Goose Pond Colony in Scottsboro, AL. The Festival is being hosted by The Tennessee Valley Scottish Society. Gates open at 9:00am and festivities will include: - Highland Games, all day athletic competitions - Stan Moore's Border collie sheep and duck herding performances - Musical performances - Eastern United States Pipe Bank Association's sanctioned piping competition - Children's activities including ...

Fall Atlanta Home Show Hotel in Smyrna Georgia Offers Convenient Lodging to Attendees

2010-09-24
Hampton Inn & Suites Smyrna Georgia Hotel, a premier Atlanta Galleria hotel near Vinings, offers convenient accommodations to Fall Atlanta Home Show attendees. The 27th annual event will take place from September 24 through 26, 2010 at the Atlanta Cobb Galleria. The show will offer exhibits from over 300 local home improvement companies, as well as seminars on a range of topics. Topics covered at the Fall Atlanta Home Show will include: - Cooking - Energy saving tips - Gardening - Home repair - Decorating - Outdoor living - Home remodeling - Home improvement Tickets ...

Automated Dynamics Develops Carbon Fiber Composite Component For Deep-Sea Use

Automated Dynamics Develops Carbon Fiber Composite Component For Deep-Sea Use
2010-09-24
Automated Dynamics announced that it has developed a high-performance carbon fiber composite hydraulic pump with Cameron, a leading provider of flow equipment products, systems and services to worldwide oil, gas and process industries. The new machine component was displayed at the 2010 Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, Texas. The large capacity hydraulic pump has several components composed of a proprietary PEEK carbon composite and is designed to operate in ultra-deep water applications. The use of advanced composite materials was driven by the desire to minimize ...

Dohop Shortlisted for 2010 Budgies Awards

2010-09-24
Cheap flights search engine Dohop.com has been shortlisted for the 2010 Budgies, in the category "Best Sales and Distribution Innovation". The Budgies are the World Low-Cost Airline Awards and were created to generate public recognition of the efforts, accomplishments and positive contributions of companies and individuals in the low cost airline industry. Since its foundation, Dohop has always been low-cost airline friendly, and originally showed only low-cost airlines in their search results. Although Dohop has grown to include every scheduled flight in the world, ...

Stanley, Morgan & Associates in Anaheim CA Launches New Website With Exciting New Features

Stanley, Morgan & Associates in Anaheim CA Launches New Website With Exciting New Features
2010-09-24
Stanley, Morgan & Associates is moving on up! Stanley, Morgan & Associates the asset recovery giant based out of Anaheim CA announced today the release of its new website, www.stanleymorgan.org. In addition to all the award winning content available on the original site, you now can take advantage of the glorious graphical update and new features now available. Introducing the brand new Resources Page! Now current and prospective clients alike have access to several different industry resources to aid them in asset recovery. The Resources Page hosts several useful ...

Just 2 drinks slow reactions in older people

Just 2 drinks slow reactions in older people
2010-09-23
Blood alcohol levels below the current legal limit for driving have a significant negative effect on a person's dexterity. Researchers writing in the open access journal BMC Research Notes found that just two single vodka and orange drinks were enough to make senior volunteers struggle at an obstacle avoidance test while walking. Judith Hegeman worked with a team of researchers from Sint Maartenskliniek, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, to carry out the tests in 13 healthy men and women (average age 61.5yrs or 62yrs). She said, "The results clearly show that even with low ...

Discovery may pave way for new approaches to prevent infections in the womb

2010-09-23
Researchers funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) have established in mice the mechanism that detects and responds to the presence of bacteria in the womb - a discovery that opens up the possibility of new preventative treatments for diseases like pelvic inflammatory disease and Chlamydia. The work, led by Professor Martin Sheldon from Swansea University's School of Medicine, is published today (22 September) in PLoS ONE. Professor Sheldon said: "Infections of the womb are common and can lead to infertility and early labour, ...

Largest genetic study of asthma points towards better treatments

2010-09-23
An international study looking at DNA from over 26,000 people has identified several genetic variants that substantially increase susceptibility to asthma in the population. The findings, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, will help scientists to focus their efforts to develop better therapies for the illness. The study, which was co-ordinated by researchers from Imperial College London, was performed by the GABRIEL consortium, a collaboration of 164 scientists from 19 countries in Europe, along with other groups in the UK, Canada and Australia. It analysed ...

Less pain for learning gain

2010-09-23
EVANSTON, Ill. --- Scientists long have recognized that many perceptual skills important for language comprehension and reading can be enhanced through practice. Now research from Northwestern University suggests a new way of training that could reduce by at least half the effort previously thought necessary to make learning gains. The research also may be the first behavioral demonstration of metaplasticity -- the idea that experiences that on their own do not generate learning can influence how effective later experiences are at generating learning. "Prior to our ...

New treatment for severe aortic stenosis shown to save lives, Stanford researchers say

2010-09-23
STANFORD, Calif. - Implantation of a new bioprosthetic-tissue valve into the hearts of patients who have severe aortic stenosis and are too sick or too old for open-heart surgery has been found to both save lives and improve the quality of those lives, according to a new multicenter study, to be published online at 2 p.m. Pacific time today in the New England Journal of Medicine. The study will also be presented at 8 a.m. Pacific time at the Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics Conference in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 23. "This is exciting because it does save lives ...

Video simulations of real earthquakes made available to worldwide network

2010-09-23
A Princeton University-led research team has developed the capability to produce realistic movies of earthquakes based on complex computer simulations that can be made available worldwide within hours of a disastrous upheaval. The videos show waves of ground motion spreading out from an epicenter. In making them widely available, the team of computational seismologists and computer scientists aims to aid researchers working to improve understanding of earthquakes and develop better maps of the Earth's interior. "In our view, this could truly change seismic science," ...

Microbiologists find source of fungus’s damaging growth

Microbiologists find source of fungus’s damaging growth
2010-09-23
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, U.S.A. (Sept. 22, 2010) – Candida albicans, a fungus that kills more than 10,000 people with weakened immune systems each year, grows more dangerous as it forms and extends long strands of cells called hyphal filaments. In a paper published this month, UT Health Science Center San Antonio microbiologists describe a key factor involved in this damaging growth. This finding may eventually lead to targets for antifungal strategies, the scientists said. Patricia Carlisle, a Ph.D. student at the Health Science Center, and David Kadosh, Ph.D., assistant ...

70 percent of women likely to experience sexual problems after breast cancer

2010-09-23
A new study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine looked at whether women were more likely to experience sexual problems after breast cancer. The results showed that 70% of women were facing sexual function problems approximately two years post diagnosis. Mary Panjari, PhD, of the Women's Health Program at Monash University, reported on the sexual well-being nearly two years after diagnosis and initial treatment of participants in the BUPA Foundation Health and Wellbeing after Breast Cancer Study which involves approximately 1,700 breast cancer survivors. Over ...

New TB vaccine enters clinical testing

2010-09-23
Rockville, MD, USA and Tallinn, Estonia (September 23, 2010) – At an international gathering of TB vaccine researchers in Tallinn today, the Aeras Global TB Vaccine Foundation announced it will initiate a clinical trial of an investigational live recombinant tuberculosis vaccine to be led by researchers at Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. The announcement was made at the Second Global Forum on TB Vaccine Development. Building on more than a decade of global scientific research, Aeras scientists have engineered a new investigational vaccine, called ...
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