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Personalities of Ayurveda Body Types
Thursday, October 20th, 2011 by Janardhana V Hebbar
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This is a guest post by Ms Patricia Duggan. Knowing the three Ayurveda Body Types Doshas can help a person understand his or her personality. Each person contains a unique combination of the three Doshas that define their temperament and characteristics. Listed below ar... Read More
Guilty Doughnuts
Thursday, October 20th, 2011 by Ali Anne
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Doughnuts make everything better right I mean, who can resist abig golden doughnut with crispy sugary outside and warm fluffy inside One time, before we were married, my Farmer Boy and I took a whole package of muffin dough, made the muffins into doughnuts and ate the E... Read More
Final Submission on Draft Legislation for the PCEHR. It Is Just Pathetic I Believe!
Thursday, October 20th, 2011 by davidmore
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Submission to the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing. Topic Exposure Draft PCEHR Bill Date October, 2011 Submissions Due 28 October, 2011 Address for submissions E-mail ehealth.legislationhealth.gov.au Postal Mail PCEHR Legislation Issues Feedback Department o... Read More
Zinc and the Common Cold
Thursday, October 20th, 2011 by Paul Maher
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If you were to visit your family doctor with a lingering cold and ask something along the lines of whether you should take supplemental zinc to help get back to health, you could probably expect a response along the lines of, Well it probably wont hurt, perhaps along wi... Read More
Common Sense Descends on the Royal Australian College of GPs. Seems There Has Been A Real Change in Views Internally!
Thursday, October 20th, 2011 by davidmore
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We had this release appear yesterday. httpwww.racgp.org.aumedia201144498 RACGP identifies critical success factors for Australias PCEHR 19 October 2011 The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners RACGP is encouraged by the progress made towards providing acces... Read More
Is IgA Nephropathy Hereditary
Thursday, October 20th, 2011 by Viviantina
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IgA NephropathyIgAN is a kind of immune system disease, and people always wonder whether it is hereditary or not. However, the immune system disease is still a problem all over the world, so, at present, even in the medical field, Continue reading Read More
Amgen Hires Tony Hooper and Lays off Nearly 400 Employees
Wednesday, October 19th, 2011 by Cliffprf Mintz
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Last week Amgen announced that it was reorganizing its R&D structure and that layoffs were likely.Today, the company announced that it had hired Tony Hooper, very recently the former senior vice president, Commercial Operations, and president, U.S., Japan and Interc... Read More
An Interview with Neuroscientist Jon Simons
Wednesday, October 19th, 2011 by Dirk Hanson
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Brain scans, iPhone love, and state-dependent memory. Third post in the Five-Question Interview series. Brain scans have put cognitive neuroscience on the map. They have become a key part of addiction studies as well. In fact, brain scans have put neuroscience on the fr... Read More
Psychology and investment
Wednesday, October 19th, 2011 by Ian Bradley
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I was recently interviewed by one of Montreals leading investment analyst, Mr John Archer. Read the story here httpwww.johnarcher.ca httpwww.johnarcher.ca Read More
Bristol-Myers Squibbs Shuffles Its Senior Management Team
Wednesday, October 19th, 2011 by Cliffprf Mintz
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Bristol-Myers Squibb BMS announced today that it had made major changes to its senior management team which is now headed by CEO Lamberto Andreotti. Giovanni Caforio has been promoted to president, U.S. Pharmaceuticals. Caforio was most recently senior vice president, O... Read More
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