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Curb Energy Consumption
(Family Features) Water heaters are energy intensive appliances. In fact, they are the second largest energy user in the home, and as they age, they become less efficient, requiring even more energy.

Pivot Pharmaceuticals Strengthens Scientific Advisory Board
Pivot Pharmaceuticals Inc. (OTCQB: PVOTF) ("Pivot" or the "Company"), an emerging biotechnology company engaged in the development of therapeutics to address unmet medical needs in women's health including oncology and urology, is pleased to announce the appointments of Steven Grossman, M.D., Ph.D., and Grannum Sant, M.D., F.R.C.S., F.A.C.S., to the Company's Scientific Advisory Board (SAB).

Lupus Research Findings Provide Evidence of Progress and Hope for Improved Quality of Life Among People With Lupus
SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - November 07, 2015) - Data from lupus research studies supported by the Lupus Foundation of America (LFA) has provided evidence of progress and hope for solving the cruel mystery of lupus. Lupus experts presented study data during the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Annual Scientific Meeting this week in San Francisco.

North American Partners in Anesthesia Sponsors The New York Academy of Medicine's Anesthesiology Residents' Night 2015
MELVILLE, NY--(Marketwired - October 21, 2015) - North American Partners in Anesthesia (NAPA), the largest single specialty anesthesia and perioperative management company in the United States, recently supported The New York Academy of Medicine's (NYAM) annual Anesthesiology Residents' Night as its exclusive sponsor and donor

CBIS Appoints the Son of the Legendary Pan-Africanist, Marcus Garvey, Internationally Accredited Cardiovascular Surgeon Dr. Julius Garvey to Both Scientific & New International Governmental Affairs Boards
Cannabis Science, Inc. (OTC PINK: CBIS), a U.S. company specializing in cannabis formulation-based drug development, today announced that the noted and highly credentialed New York cardiovascular surgeon, long time advocate for Africa and the African Diaspora, health and social activist, and the son of the legendary Pan-Africanist, Marcus Garvey, Dr

Scarsdale Plastic Surgeon Outlines Benefits of Fat Injections for Cosmetic Enhancement
Buttock augmentation is on the rise among patients across the nation, explains Neal Goldberg, MD, a plastic surgeon in Scarsdale. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) revealed the number of cosmetic procedures to enhance the size and shape of the derriere increased by 16 percent from 2013 to 2014, with gains expected to continue in 2015. Dr

Lupus Foundation of America Announces 2015 Research Awards to Recognize & Support Developing Next Generation of Lupus Investigators
WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwired - July 09, 2015) - The Lupus Foundation of America (Foundation) announced six new recipients of the Gina M. Finzi Memorial Student Summer Fellowships and the third annual Career Development Award. These research awards seek to develop the next generation of lupus scientific leaders by fostering an interest in lupus research careers.

Temecula Facial Plastic Surgeon Now Offering the Liquid Facelift
Dr. Richard Balikian a Temecula facial plastic surgeon is now promoting the liquid facelift procedure. With summer now upon us, many women are looking to freshen up their looks as we enter prime vacation time, and want to look great in those summer photos. Dr

Scarsdale Plastic Surgeon Cuts the Ribbon on New Responsive Website
A patient experience that goes well beyond the basics can help to differentiate a cosmetic surgery practice from the competition, reveals Dr. Neal D. Goldberg, a plastic surgeon in Scarsdale

DiabetesSeriesLive to Host CME Event on Strategies to Improve Treatment and Management of Diabetic Retinopathy
BOSTON, MA--(Marketwired - June 23, 2015) - Retina specialists, ophthalmologists, and primary care physicians will have an opportunity to learn new therapeutic advances in diabetic retinopathy live via online video at no cost at DiabetesSeriesLive. The event will be held on June 25 at 12:00 PM ET at

Esperion Therapeutics Announces the Appointment of Scott Braunstein, M.D. to Board of Directors
ANN ARBOR, MI--(Marketwired - June 15, 2015) - Esperion Therapeutics, Inc

Patient Satisfaction Increases With Tummy Tuck Customization, States Scarsdale Plastic Surgeon
Many people believe that abdominoplasty, commonly called tummy tuck surgery, is only performed on mothers; however, there are a wide variety of patients that may benefit from this procedure, explains Scarsdale plastic surgeon Neal Goldberg, MD

Scarsdale Plastic Surgeon Describes Breast Augmentation Process From Start to Finish
Patients may believe that the most complicated aspect of a breast augmentation is the surgical procedure; however, the consultation typically involves the greatest amount of consideration, explains Dr. Neal Goldberg, a plastic surgeon in Scarsdale

Dermatologists' Tips to Treat and Control Dandruff
Do you have a favorite black sweater, but you're afraid to wear it because of dandruff? Fear not, say dermatologists from the American Academy of Dermatology (Academy). Although those pesky white flakes of dry skin can be annoying, especially if you're wearing dark colors, it's fairly easy to treat and control dandruff with patience -- and the right dandruff shampoo.

Scarsdale Plastic Surgeon Details Qualities of a Desirable Cosmetic Surgeon
In addition to education, training, and professional experience, a quality plastic surgeons' aptitude should also be measured by several other characteristics, explains Scarsdale plastic surgeon Neal Goldberg, MD. How they interact with patients, he continues, says a lot about whether they will strive to provide optimal treatment that is both safe and effective

AMA Honors Physician for Lifesaving Efforts During the Boston Marathon Bombings
DALLAS, TX--(Marketwired - November 10, 2014) - The American Medical Association (AMA) presented Andrew S. Ulrich, M.D., executive vice chairman of the department of emergency medicine at the Boston Medical Center, with the AMA Medal of Valor. The award recognizes physicians who demonstrate courage under extraordinary circumstances in non-wartime situations.

Actinium Announces Collaboration With Albert Einstein College of Medicine on New Actinium Program
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - October 27, 2014) - Actinium Pharmaceuticals, Inc

VeriPrime Beef Cooperative and Eureka Genomics Enter Working Agreement to Advance Cattle Health Risk Management
VeriPrime Beef Cooperative representing over 70% of U.S. fed cattle, and Eureka Genomics, a leader in Next Generation Genotyping (NGG) have entered into an agreement to further develop cattle herd health risk management technology.

Sanford-Burnham Appoints Perry Nisen as Chief Executive Officer
LA JOLLA, CA--(Marketwired - August 19, 2014) - Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute (Sanford-Burnham) today announced that its Board of Trustees has appointed Perry Nisen, M.D., Ph.D., as Chief Executive Officer and holder of the Donald Bren Chief Executive Chair

CBLPath Announces Expansion of Cytopathology Department
In a move that further demonstrates its commitment to continuously enhance its renowned cytopathology program, CBLPath, a Sonic Healthcare USA laboratory, is pleased to announce that it has hired three new cytopathologists to help meet growing demand for its services. Drs

BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics Appoints Tony Fiorino, MD, PhD as Chief Executive Officer
BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics (OTCQB: BCLI), a leading developer of adult stem cell technologies for neurodegenerative diseases, today announced that it has appointed Tony Fiorino, MD, PhD as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

ThermiRF Creates New Technology for Aesthetic Applications
Created by ThermiAesthetics, ThermiRF is the first aesthetic technology that applies "science of heat," using temperature as a clinical endpoint, enabling plastic surgeons and aesthetic physicians to precisely heat soft tissue and nerves to achieve desired aesthetic outcomes.

In Ovations Holdings, Inc. Has Appointed Mel Ehrlich, Ph.D. as a Director and Vice-President of Technology Effective April 28, 2014
In Ovations Holdings, Inc. (OTC Pink: INOH) (PINKSHEETS: INOH) has appointed Mel Ehrlich, Ph.D. as a Director and Vice-President of Technology effective April 28, 2014.

IntelliCell BioSciences Announces That It Will Develop Investigational Clinical Protocol Studies for the Treatment of ALS With Dr. Manuel Trujillo
IntelliCell BioSciences, Inc. ("IntelliCell" or the "Company") (OTCQB: SVFC), a regenerative medicine company utilizing adult autologous vascular cells (SVCs) derived from the blood vessels found in adipose tissue, announced today that it will be entering into a research collaboration with Dr

MetaStat Announces Exclusive Worldwide License Agreements for the Alternative Splicing Program in the Epithelial to Mesenchymal Transition (EMT) in Epithelial Cancers
MetaStat, Inc. (OTCQB: MTST), a life sciences company focused on understanding and treating systemic metastasis, today announced that the company has entered into two separate exclusive worldwide patent and technology license agreements (the "Agreements") with The Massachusetts Institute of Technology ("MIT") and its David H

MetaStat's MetaSite Breast(TM) Diagnostic Assay Predicts Metastasis in Breast Cancer Study
MetaStat Inc. (OTCQB: MTST) ("MetaStat" or the "Company"), a life science company focused on understanding and treating systemic metastasis, today announced that a study of nearly 500 women with breast cancer showed the value of the Company's MetaSite Breast™ test in the prediction of metastatic disease

Dr. Frederick N. Lukash Joins Long Island Plastic Surgical Group, PC
Long Island Plastic Surgical Group, PC (LIPSG), the largest and longest-running private academic plastic surgical practice in the United States, has announced the addition of Frederick N. Lukash, MD, FACS, FAAP as its 18th member physician.

Morria Announces Corporate Trade Name Change to Celsus Therapeutics and the Appointment of Dr. Gur Roshwalb as Chief Executive Officer
Morria Biopharmaceuticals Plc. (OTCQB: MRRBY), an emerging growth, development-stage biotech company, announced today that it has changed its trade name, and subject to shareholder approval its corporate name, to Celsus Therapeutics (the "Company"); and has appointed Gur Roshwalb, MD, as Chief Executive Officer

Petra Rietschel MD: Skin Cancer Project Banks on a Cure for Melanoma
The Herald Sun has reported the Melbourne Melanoma Project recently became one of the largest tissue banks in the world. It indicated 1,000 individuals have donated to date. The success the tissue bank has experienced collecting donations caught the attention of physician and medical researcher Petra Rietschel MD who works to help those diagnosed with skin cancer.

Petra Rietschel, MD: Breast Cancer Treatment May Prove Beneficial in Melanoma Cases
Cancer treatments have evolved a great deal over the last few decades, and many of today's researchers are focusing on ways in which they can combine and cross-prescribe these drugs to effectively combat a variety of conditions

Iron Eagle Group Is in Final Stages of Completing Over $20,000,000 of Projects for Newark Airport and MTA
Iron Eagle Group, Inc. (OTCQB: IEAG), a construction and contracting services provider in the infrastructure, commercial, and government markets, today announced that Tru-Val Electric, its 100% owned subsidiary, is in the final stages of completing over $20,000,000 of projects for Newark Liberty Airport and the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA).

Einstein-Montefiore Scientists Awarded NCI Grants to Study "Provocative Questions" in Cancer Research
MetaStat, Inc

Iron Eagle Group Signs Over $17,000,000 of New Awards in the Last Ten Days
Iron Eagle Group, Inc. (OTCQB: IEAG), a construction and contracting services provider in the infrastructure, commercial, and government markets, today announced that Tru-Val Electric, its 100% owned subsidiary, has signed over $17,000,000 of new awards in the last ten days. These include the SUNY Academic Building, the Paramount Building renovation and the Paramount parking garage addition

Iron Eagle Group Completes Acquisition of NJ and NY Based Electrical Contractor
Iron Eagle Group, Inc

Montefiore Medical Center Partners With Phytel to Improve Care Delivery
Montefiore Medical Center, an integrated healthcare delivery system and the academic medical center for Albert Einstein College of Medicine, has selected Phytel's registry-driven outreach and population health management tool to help improve the outcomes of patients with chronic diseases.

Cerecor Announces Development Advisory Board
Cerecor Inc., a biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of prescription pharmaceuticals whose primary activity is in the human nervous system, today announced the members of its Development Advisory Board to oversee the clinical development of its FP01 program, established to supplement its management team.

Indian man's p*rn-induced headaches baffle experts
An Indian man, who suffered from p*rn-induced headaches, was advised to take painkillers 30 minutes before watching the X-rated movies, a case study by Indian researchers has revealed.

Why patients vary widely in response to concussions
Using a new technique for analyzing data from brain imaging studies, researchers have found that concussion victims have unique spatial patterns of brain abnormalities that change over time.

Secrets behind centenarians' longevity - positive personalities
Scientists often point to genes when asked about factors that allow centenarians to reach age 100 and beyond.

Molecule that inhibits estrogen, key risk factor for endometrial and breast cancer found
Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have discovered a molecule that could lead to new therapies for preventing and treating endometrial and breast cancer and other estrogen-related diseases in humans.

Brain scans can reveal 'you're in love' and predict 'if your relationship will last'
When you're in love, you might hide it from your friends and family, but you can't hide it from neuroscientists.

Blood fat levels could predict stroke in older women
High levels of triglycerides (blood fats) are the strongest risk factor for the most common type of stroke in older women - more of a risk factor than elevated levels of total cholesterol or of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol (known as "bad" cholesterol) - researchers have found.

People with positive outlook on life live longer
Scientists often point to genes when asked about factors that allow centenarians to reach age 100 and beyond.

Snoring kids likelier to have behavioural problems later in life
Young children with sleep-disordered breathing are prone to developing behavioural difficulties such as hyperactivity and aggressiveness, as well as emotional symptoms and difficulty with peer relationships.

Fear of not having sufficient food 'may lead to obesity'
It is a known fact that eating too much food can cause obesity, but the fear of not having enough food may lead to the same result, a new study has claimed.

Indian origin researcher accused of fabricating data on red wine
An Indian origin researcher allegedly provided false data on red wine's benefits to cardiovascular health in over 100 instances, according to University of Connecticut officials.

Why love is actually a 'drug'
It is often believed that 'love is a drug'' and now a new research has confirmed that romance really does work in a similar manner as addiction to illegal substances and activates a reaction in the same part of the brain.

Kids seek tans as they age, shun sunscreen use
As kids grow older, the desire to tan gets stronger and the habit of using sun protection decreases, a new survey has revealed.

New drug wipes out deadliest malaria parasite by starving it to death
A newly developed anti-malarial agent clears infections caused by the malaria parasite most lethal to humans - by literally starving the parasites to death.

Abnormalities in brains of kids with ADHD identified
Researchers have identified abnormalities in the brains of children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), that may serve as a biomarker for the disorder.

Cancer cells' sweet tooth could be its weak link
Scientists have found that cancer cells tap into a natural recycling system to obtain the energy they need to keep dividing, suggesting potential new target for treatments.

Brain 'key player in regulating blood sugar in humans'
Scientists including one of Indian origin have for the first time found that brain plays a key role in regulating glucose (sugar) metabolism in humans.

Indian-origin scientist reveals 'alarm' that makes us wake up every morning
A study led by an Indian-origin scientist has found an explanation to why we wake up each day in the morning even when the alarm clock isn't making jarring noises

Excessive 'heading' of soccer ball may lead to brain injury
Repeatedly heading a soccer ball increases the risk for brain injury and cognitive impairment, a new study has found.

Prolonged stress 'can shrink the brain' and cause dementia
Suffering from stress for long periods of time can shrink the brain and even lead to dementia, researchers have claimed.

Those taking oral steroids twice as likely to have vitamin D deficiency
A new study has revealed that people taking oral steroids are twice as likely as the general population to have severe vitamin D deficiency.

New vaccine that completely eliminated TB microbes in mice offers hope
Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have developed a potential vaccine against tuberculosis that completely eliminated the bacteria from infected tissues in some mice.

9/11 firefighters '19 pc more likely to develop cancer
Firefighters who were on scene at the World Trade Center in the weeks and months following the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks are 19 percent more likely to develop cancer than colleagues who were not exposed, according to a new study.

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