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East Setauket, New York (PRWEB) February 22, 2017 When it came time to restore the main floor entrance and lobby of a new healthcare contact center in Georgia, PENETRON Specialty Products (PSP) provided the solution. January’s grand opening presented the gleaming results. One of the na…
02.23 / 01:38
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New York, NY (PRWEB) February 22, 2017 Our high-octane society demands higher stands in academics, professional life and athletics. It’s enough to overwork even the sharpest brain. Power On, a mental performance enhancer from Modus Nutrition, provides scientifically tested ingredients th…
02.23 / 01:38
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Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) February 22, 2017 Gevir, a New Zealand-based company that focuses on developing powder and capsule supplements made primarily from deer antler velvet, announced its products are coming soon to Amazon.com, the world’s largest online retailer. The company was fo…
02.23 / 01:38
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Tampa, Fla. (PRWEB) February 22, 2017 Stem cell therapy has made significant innovations in the field of regenerative medicine in recent years. The technology is so cutting edge, in fact, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has yet to sanction regulations on the protocol for stem…
02.23 / 01:38
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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 22, 2017 The Waismann Method® is providing a faster, safer, and more humane medical detox treatment to the thousands of individuals who have recently fallen victim to America’s opioid epidemic. Now, opiate dependent individuals can be treated in a pr…
02.23 / 01:38
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The Trump administration is rescinding guidance issued by its predecessor on the rights of transgender students to use bathrooms based on the gender with which they identify. The move reverses guidance the Obama administration publicized in May 2016. At issue is whether a federal law known as Title IX protects students based on their sex or gender identity. The Justice and Education departments said Wednesday the Obama documents do not "contain extensive legal analysis or explain how the…
02.23 / 01:31
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A fruit and vegetable intake above five-a-day shows major benefit in reducing the chance of heart attack, stroke, cancer and early…
02.23 / 01:13
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Local law enforcement officers are arresting people who chose not to evacuate federal land near part of the Dakota Access Pipeline north of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. The governor of North Dakota had set Wednesday as the evacuation deadline for the largest protest camp, which is on a flat area north of the Cannonball River. He cited flooding concerns. Protesters supporting members of the Standing Rock Sioux, many of whom believe the pipeline's route under a section of the…
02.23 / 00:27
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In the waning years of the Civil War, advertisements like this began appearing in newspapers around the country: " INFORMATION WANTED By a mother concerning her children . "Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, who now resides in Marysville, California was formerly owned to-gether with her children, vis: Lydia, William, Allen, and Parker, by one John Petty, who lived about six miles from the town of Woodbury, Franklin County, Tenneesee. At that time she was the the wife of Sandy Rucker, and was…
02.23 / 00:27
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At the Oscars this weekend, one spotlight will shine on African-American women in the space race, thanks to the movie Hidden Figures , which is nominated for three academy awards, including best picture. Dr. Mae Jemison made history in this field as the first African-American woman in space, as part of the crew on the Space Shuttle Endeavor in 1992. Jemison tells NPR's Ari Shapiro she welcomes this new interest in women and minorities who broke boundaries in space because those people were…
02.23 / 00:27
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Researchers demonstrate, for the first time that inhaled resveratrol treatments slow aging-related degenerative changes in mouse lung. Lung aging, characterized by airspace enlargement and decreasing lung function, is a significant risk factor for chronic human lung…
02.23 / 00:09
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Mount Sinai researcher who treats hereditary angioedema says the drug, a potential game changer, is being studied in larger clinical…
02.23 / 00:09
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An international clinical trial conducted by the University of Liverpool has shown that the drug liraglutide 3.0 mg may reduce diabetes risk by 80% in individuals with obesity and prediabetes according to a study published today in The…
02.23 / 00:06
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Severe gum disease, known as periodontitis, may be an early sign of type 2 diabetes, reveals research published in the online journal BMJ Open Diabetes Research &…
02.23 / 00:06
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A diet rich in fruit and vegetables is linked to a significantly lower risk of developing chronic lung disease (COPD) in former and current smokers, finds research published online in the journal…
02.23 / 00:06
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Brainy teens may be less likely to smoke, but more likely to drink alcohol and use cannabis, than their less academically gifted peers, suggests research published in the online journal BMJ…
02.23 / 00:06
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The world’s largest dose index is being put to work for the benefit of physicians and patients everywhere in the form of national dose guidelines for the most common CT exams preformed in the U…
02.22 / 23:57
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Ever since Donald Trump entered the presidential race, his comments on illegal immigration have been pored over in the press — from vows to deport millions of people to promises that any enforcement plan would have "a lot of heart." Observers asked, again and again, how rhetoric would translate into actual policy. Now activists and experts have the policies themselves to examine. On Jan. 25, Trump signed a pair of executive orders on immigration enforcement (not to be confused with his "…
02.22 / 23:14
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rt9wGO6l8TA When you win an election, opposition can seem kind of, well, manufactured. Asked about the protests facing members of Congress back home this week, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said, "Some people are clearly upset, but there is a bit of professional protester, manufactured base in there." It turns out, that's not far off from how the Obama team reacted when protests erupted at town halls in the Summer of 2009. "Well, I think what you've…
02.22 / 23:14
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This episode originally ran in 2015 . In 1980, Fidel Castro had a problem. The Cuban economy was in shambles. And there was open dissent in his tightly controlled country. People wanted to leave. Castro said they didn't 'have revolutionary blood.' So he decided, you know what? If you don't like it here, you can leave. Get on any boat you can find at the port of Mariel, near Havana. Over the next few months, more than 100,000 Cubans left the island on fishing boats, sailboats, and makeshift…
02.22 / 23:14
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