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Thursday 14th December 2017

WIC Pilot Program Launches Preventive Dental Services to Children in Detroit and Beyond

A partnership between several nonprofit and government organizations has led to more than 1,000 children over the past year visiting a dentist in Wayne County. ANN ARBOR, Mich. (PRWEB) December 14, 2017 A partnership between several nonprofit and government organizations has led to more than 1,000 children over the past year visiting a dentist in Wayne County. The pilot program, funded by the Del...


More Than 2,000 Underserved Children Receive Visit From Santa at the Orthopaedic Institute for Children’s 26th Annual “Toys and Joy” Celebration

Santa Trades in Sleigh for LAPD Helicopter to Make Dramatic Entrance and Distribute Holiday Presents on OIC’s Downtown L.A. Campus More than 2,000 children watched and shouted in anticipation as Santa Claus helicoptered in with the LAPD SWAT team to deliver holiday cheer and assorted presents at the Orthopaedic Institute for Children’s “Toys ...

MyPatientRights.org to Educate Consumers and Reduce Barriers to Care

Today, MyPatientRights.org launched in Maryland, an online resource for health care consumers who are denied coverage, experience delays or are dissatisfied with the decisions made by their health plan. “MyPatientRights.org is a beacon of light in a stormy health care sea,” said Liz Helms, president and CEO of the California Chronic Care Coali...


Rite Aid Foundation gives assist to SoCal wildfire victims

Michael JohnsenSince its inception in 2001, The Rite Aid Foundation has awarded more than $34 million to non-profit organizations. read more

Counsyl Appoints Pamela Sedmak to Board of Directors

Counsyl today announced the appointment of Pamela Sedmak, former president and chief executive officer of Aetna Medicaid/Dual Eligibles and current senior advisor at McKinsey & Company, to the company’s board of directors. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20171214005462/en/ Cou...

Lyme Bacteria Survive 28-Day Course of Antibiotics Months After Infection

Bay Area Lyme Foundation announces results of two papers published in the peer-reviewed journals PLOS ONE and American Journal of Pathology that seem to support claims of lingering symptoms reported by many patients who have already received antibiotic treatment for the disease. Based on a single, extensive study of Lyme disease designed by Tulane

Rite Aid Foundation Makes Wishes Come True This Holiday Season by Gifting More Than $2 Million to KidCents Charities

Each Charity to Receive a $5,000 KidCents Grant to Improve the Lives of Children This season of giving, in an effort to give back to non-profit organizations that give so much to their clients and communities, The Rite Aid Foundation is awarding a total of $2.2 million to its partner charities through its KidCents Holiday Wishes program. Created to ...

Tim Rial Agency Collaborates with Careity Foundation to Launch Charity Initiative Benefitting Local Cancer Patients and Their Families

Tim Rial Agency, a full-service insurance and financial services provider, debuts the latest community cause campaign in an ongoing community enrichment program serving the families and businesses of greater Burleson, TX. Careity Foundation is a regional nonprofit organization which saves lives by offering cancer patients and their families a lifeline of professional services and support, regardle...

Oprah Magazine Names Acus Founder Dr. Joseph Helms 2018 Health Hero

Honored as Opioid Fighter, Physician Acupuncturist BERKELEY, Calif. (PRWEB) December 14, 2017 Acus Foundation, a nonprofit that trains military doctors in medical acupuncture, announced today that founder Dr. Joseph Helms has been named by Oprah Magazine as one of fourteen 2018 Health Heroes. He also received recognition as Oprah’s 2018 Opioid Fighter. Helms, who graduated from UCLA medical s...

Illinois High School Student Brendan Gould Wins Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation's People Saving People Award

High school student Brendan Gould of Barrington, IL, has been named winner of the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation’s People Saving People Award for saving his father’s life with CPR. The announcement and award presentation took place at the Citizen CPR Foundation’s Emergency Cardiovascular Care Update on December 8 in New Orleans, LA. PITTSBURGH (PRWEB) December 14, 2017 Illinois high schoo...

Novartis Foundation Aims to Improve Cardiovascular Health as the Better Hearts Better Cities Initiative Gains Momentum Announcing New Partners and Confirming São Paulo as the Third City

Less than a year since its launch, the Novartis Foundation urban initiative, Better Hearts Better Cities, has made significant progress in mobilizing a broad network of partners and developing a framework for action to improve cardiovascular health across SOURCE: Novartis SUMMARY:Two new partners join the multisector initiative: the CDC Foundation and the American Heart Association. São Paulo, Br...

Wednesday 13th December 2017

Study: Living Lyme disease bacteria found months after antibiotic treatment

Bay Area Lyme Foundation, a leading sponsor of Lyme disease research in the US, today announced results of two papers published in the peer-reviewed journals PLOS ONE and American Journal of Pathology, that seem to support claims of lingering symptoms reported by many patients who have already received antibiotic treatment for the disease.

Action video games to fight dyslexia

(FECYT - Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology) A study conducted by BCBL, the Basque research center, reveals that action video games improve visual attention and reading ability, two of the deficits suffered by people with dyslexia. The objective is to use the most useful elements of videogames in new software without violent connotations that help to treat this cognitive disorder.

Mirata BioPharma, LLC Receives Top Honors at the 6th Annual Texas Life Science Forum

Mirata BioPharma, LLC was recognized as one of the Rice Alliance 10 Most Promising Life Science Companies at the 2017 Texas Life Science Forum hosted by the Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship, BioHouston and TMC Innovation at the BioScience Research Collaborative in Houston, November 7, 2017. The companies were chosen by industry experts and...

National Association of Worksite Health Centers Releases Research on Use and Potential Value of Doctors of Chiropractic in Employer Worksite Clinics

The non-profit National Association of Worksite Health Centers (NAWHC) is releasing the results of a project examining the existing and future use and value of doctors of chiropractic (DCs) as part of clinical teams. The initiative examined services provided for employers and vendors offering onsite health and wellness centers for their covered employees a...

MedicareCompareUSA and Washington Regional Medical Center in Arkansas Establish Helpline to Assist Seniors in Health Plan Selection

MedicareCompareUSA announced today that it has partnered with Washington Regional Medical Center in Arkansas to establish a toll-free helpline that will assist Medicare beneficiaries in selecting a health plan that best meets their personal needs and preferences. Washington Regional is the only not-for-profit, community-owned and locally governed healthcare ...

A Drug To Treat Retinal Diseases With Drops Instead Of Injections

NewsThe Spanish firm has developed a compound to treat diseases of the retina, such as age-related macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy, which will be administered by ophthalmic drops instead of intraocular injections.

Robert Rotondo Joins Vivid Seats as VP of Contact Center Operations

"Providing premium customer service has been the foundation of our business since its inception," said Eric Vassilatos, co-founder of Vivid Seats. "We are excited Read more...

Survey Finds Insurance Companies are Forcing Massachusetts Patients Off Prescribed Medications During the Plan Year, Providing A Need for New Legislation to Fix the Problem

Nearly all respondents (94%) support legislation prohibiting insurance companies from financially pressuring them to switch from their prescribed medication A coalition of 19 patient and provider organizations known as the Massachusetts Patient Access and Safety Coalition today released results of a survey showing that a majority of those in Massachuse...

Minnesota drops to sixth 'healthiest state' in 2017 rankings

Susan Perry The United Health Foundation released its 28th annual “America’s Health Rankings” report, in which it grades all 50 states and the District of Columbia by a wide variety of health-related measures, including obesity, smoking, air pollution and child poverty.Minnesota dropped from fourth to sixth place in the ...

Massachusetts Ranks As Healthiest State, While Mississippi Clocks In At The Bottom

The report from the United Health Foundation found that states in the lower rankings struggled with particularly high rates of poverty among kids, smoking and obesity.

Rite Aid Foundation Donates $100,000 to American Red Cross to Assist With Wildfire Relief Efforts in Southern California

The Rite Aid Foundation announced today a $100,000 donation to the American Red Cross to help the victims, families and communities in Southern California affected by the devastating wildfires. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected by the wildfires, which are being counted among the worst in California’s history,” said Kermit...

Myonexus Therapeutics Secures $2.5 Million Seed Financing to Clinically Advance Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy (LGMD) Gene Therapies

MYO-101 Phase 1/2a systemic gene therapy trial for LGMD2E to begin in early 2018 Myonexus Therapeutics, Inc. (Myonexus), a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing transformative gene therapies for limb-girdle muscular dystrophies (LGMDs), today announced the completion of a $2.5 million seed financing. The company is committed to acceler...

Blue Cedar Introduces Enforce, a Cloud-Native Solution for In-App Mobile Policy Enforcement

Blue Cedar Enforce Launches on the Microsoft Azure Cloud Platform; Available through the VAR Channel Blue Cedar today introduced Enforce, a mobile app security solution that is tailor-made for the cloud. Blue Cedar Enforce enables customers to secure existing mobile apps automatically using in-app embedded controls that enforce a broad range of ...

Serving Those Who Served

Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation has teamed up with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to help improve lung cancer survival rates for veterans SOURCE: Bristol-Myers Squibb Company DESCRIPTION:With the help of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is hoping to wage a war on lung cancer by increasing veterans’ access to lung cancer screenings across the c...


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