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Tuesday 19th March 2019

60 Cities Dine Out to End HIV

Dining Out For Life®, Hosted by Subaru of America, Set for Thursday, April 25th SOURCE: Subaru of America DESCRIPTION:PHILADELPHIA, March 19, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Dining Out For Life® hosted by Subaru of America is an annual dining fundraising event raising money for community-based organizations serving people living with or impacted by HIV. The concept is simple: Restaurants donate a generou...


NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR PROTON THERAPY AWARDS DR. GEORGE LARAMORE LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Washington D.C., March 19, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) Read more...

Congratulations to all those winners of Scotland's Life Sciences Awards

At a black-tie dinner held in Edinburgh on Thursday 28th February 2019, more than 700 luminaries came together at the Scotland's Life Sciences Dinner & Annual Awards to celebrate their collective achievements of 2018.  A year which saw international expansion, infrastructure improvements and a record £85 million of equity investment.


It is for these patients that the doctors at rural hospitals continue

Rural hospitals are closing their obstetric wards and stopping all obstetric services — at least those hospitals that manage to remain open at all. The tertiary care centers don’t seem to mind.Always wary of those rural hospital disasters in the middle of the night. Accepting transfers from a place where they must not have the […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands o...

Child Psychologist Announces New ‘Beyond Behaviors’ Book with Groundbreaking Approach to Challenging Behaviors

To provide a new approach to understanding and supporting children and teens with behavioral challenges based on proven neuroscience and compassionate solutions, Dr. Mona Delahooke releases a groundbreaking book, “Beyond Behaviors”. LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) March 19, 2019 Child Psychologist Mona Delahooke, Ph.D., announces the release of her new book today, “Beyond Behaviors: Using Brain Science...

Professional Services Plans® Gives Back Through Participation At Florida’s Mission of Mercy Event

Professional Services Plans, a leading provider of comprehensive insurance solutions to professionals and business owners nationwide, is participating at Florida’s Mission of Mercy professional dental clinic. TAMPA, Fla. (PRWEB) March 19, 2019 Professional Services Plans®, a leading provider of comprehensive insurance solutions to dentists and dental students in Florida is participating at...

Monday 18th March 2019

Global Fuel Hoses Market Data Survey Report 2025 [Report Updated: 01011970] Prices from USD $1500

SummaryThe global Fuel Hoses market will reach Volume Million USD in 2018 with CAGR xx% 20182025. The main contents of the report including:Global market size and forecastRegional market size, production data and export importKey manufacturers manufacturing sites, capacity and production, product specifications etc.Major ApplicationMajor TypeKey manufacturers are included based on manufacturing s...

Sheba Medical Center to Collaborate with Lonza Pharma on State-of-the-Art "Cocoon" Platform to Aid Cancer Patients' Access to Life-Saving CAR-T Immunotherapy Treatments

RAMAT GAN, Israel and BASEL, Switzerland (PRWEB) March 19, 2019 Sheba Medical Center at Tel HaShomer, the largest hospital in Israel and the Middle East region, and Swiss-based CDMO Lonza announced a collaboration to develop point-of-care cell-therapy manufacturing using the state-of-the-art...

Intalere Announces Winners of Annual Healthcare Achievement Awards

ST. LOUIS (PRWEB) March 19, 2019 Intalere, the healthcare industry leader in delivering optimal cost, quality and clinical outcomes, today announced the winners of its 11th annual Intalere Healthcare Achievement Awards. Through this awards program, Intalere recognizes its members for their ou...

Anthem inks novel partnership to link Indiana Medicaid patients to free legal services

Through a grant to the Indiana Legal Services, Anthem has expanded access to free legal services to all Medicaid patients in 18 counties in Central Indiana to assist with housing, employment and child support issues.

Unvaccinated Student in Kentucky Sues After Being Barred From Playing Basketball

Jeremy Kunkel, 18, claims he shouldn’t be forced to be vaccinated against chickenpox. He contends that barring him from school violates his First Amendment rights.

Former inmates need social supports to maintain mental health, Rutgers study says

(Rutgers University) Men released from prison who receive social, community and spiritual support have better mental health, according to a study by researchers at Rutgers School of Public Health.

National award for major scientific study of wound care dressings

(University of Huddersfield) The University of Huddersfield's Professor Karen Ousey and Dr Nikolaos Georgopoulos teamed with industry partners Perfectus Biomed and Essity to win the Best Clinical or Preclinical Research Award at the 2019 Journal of Wound Care Awards.

University of Minnesota to lead $9.7 million NIH grant to improve hearing restoration

(University of Minnesota) The University of Minnesota announced today that it will lead a $9.7 million grant over the next five years from the National Institutes for Health (NIH) BRAIN Initiative to develop a new implantable device and surgical procedure with the goal of restoring more natural hearing to people who are deaf or severely hard-of-hearing.

Fishing for fun, not food: Study takes stock of recreational fishing impacts

(Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies ) A new paper by an international team of researchers argues that decision-makers and fishing organizations must recognize the growing role of recreational fishing and the potential pressures it places on fish stocks.

CZI awards $17 million to bring more engineering expertise to biomedical imaging

(Chan Zuckerberg Initiative) Today, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) announced $17 million in funding and its selection of 17 CZI Imaging Scientists -- engineers, physicists, mathematicians, computer scientists, and biologists with expertise in technology development.

Caterina Strambio De Castillia named Imaging Scientist by Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

(University of Massachusetts Medical School) The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) has named Caterina Strambio De Castillia, PhD, a CZI Imaging Scientist and awarded more than $1 million in grant funding for her research into microscopic imaging.

World's largest study to monitor air quality exposure of 250 children

(King's College London) A new study by King's scientists will monitor air quality exposure of 250 children on their way to school and in the classroom. The announcement was made today at Haimo Primary School in Greenwich by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, who is funding the study.

Medical marijuana laws linked to health and labor supply benefits in older adults

(Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health) A study that examined older Americans' well-being before and after medical marijuana laws were passed in their state found reductions in reported pain and increased hours worked. The study, co-written by researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Temple University, suggests medical marijuana laws could be improvin...

Restoring hearing loss

(University of Utah) A team of worldwide researchers including engineers from the University of Utah have received a $9.7-million grant to design and develop a new implantable device and surgical procedure for the deaf that hopefully will cut through the noise and produce much more detailed sound than traditional hearing-loss treatments.

Meditation enhances social-emotional learning in middle school students

(Center for Wellness and Achievement in Education) Middle school students practicing meditation as part of a school Quiet Time program had significant improvements in social-emotional competencies and psychological distress, according to a new study published in Education. This is the first study to evaluate effects of the Quiet Time program on teacher-rated social-emotional learning in middle sch...

Getting active later in life brings benefits

People who were inactive as teens and young adults but increased physical activity in middle age saw the same reduced risk of death as those who stayed active from adolescence onward.

Winners of the second annual Lyfebulb-Helsinn Innovation Summit & Awards in Oncology announced

Winners of the second annual Lyfebulb-Helsinn Innovation Summit & Awards in Oncology announced Mihir Shah of UE LifeSciences Inc. has been selected as the winner of the 2019 Lyfebulb-Helsinn Innovation Award in OncologyPierluigi Paracchi of Genenta Science has been selected as the winner of the 2019 Squinto-LePera Award               MONACO, PRINCIPALITY OF MONACO and NEW ...

Apply Today for the R&D 100 Awards!

NewsThe deadline to apply is May 6, 2019. For more info or to apply visit rd100conference.com Contributed Author: R&D

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Receives $1.6M Grant to Study Retinoblastoma

David Cobrinik, MD, PhD, investigates how light-sensing cells of the eye turn cancerous Retinoblastoma is a tumor of the retina that generally affects children under 5 years of age and accounts for approximately 4% of childhood cancers. If not diagnosed early, retinoblastoma may result in loss of one or both eyes and can be fatal. David Cobr


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