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New Evidence-Based Offering Supports Successful Health Behavior Change
BOISE, ID--(Marketwired - December 01, 2015) - With the Centers for Disease Control finding that up to 40 percent of annual deaths are preventable through behavior and lifestyle changes, the time is right for tailored health education and interventions that meet individuals' specific needs, wherever they are on their health care journeys

Novimmune Announces Presentations at 2015 American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Annual Meeting
Novimmune, a Swiss biotech company focused on the discovery and development of antibody-based drugs for the targeted treatment of inflammatory diseases, immune-related disorders and cancer, today announced plans for several presentations at the upcoming 2015 Annual Meeting of the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) in San Francisco, California on November 6-11

African Gold Group, Inc. Welcomes Dr. Tony Harwood to Board of Directors-Appointment Adds Depth to Mining & Finance Initiatives
African Gold Group, Inc. (TSX VENTURE: AGG) ("AGG" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Tony Harwood to its board of directors, (the "Board"), as a Non-Executive Director. Dr. Harwood will be replacing Mr. Jean-Jacques ("JJ") Lefebvre, who has retired from the Company's Board, following six years of faithful service

Vancouver Physician Discusses Ultherapy Non-Surgical Skin Tightening
Traditional facelift procedures can call for complicated surgical operations with extended recovery periods and often uncomfortable side effects; however, some patients may require a much less invasive treatment to reduce the appearance of sagginess and loss of firmness along the face and jaw line, states Dr. Shehla Ebrahim, a Vancouver family physician with a special interest in Dermatology

Align Technology Awards $270,000 as Part of Its University Research Award Program for Orthodontic Therapy and Intraoral Scanners
Align Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: ALGN) today announced awards totaling $270,000 in new research funding to eight universities in North America and six international universities for projects seeking to better understand orthodontic treatment and use of orthodontic scanners.

Santa Barbara Triathlon Draws Renowned International Talent
As one of the longest-running triathlons in the country, the Santa Barbara Triathlon, presented by Montecito Bank & Trust, draws thousands of participants and spectators each year to enjoy flawless operations and stunning scenery. This year, the SBT is thrilled to welcome two distinguished guests in particular: Six-time 70

Interface "Reconnect Your Space" Competition Invites Designs for Humans' Deep Seated Love of Nature
Some people love New York. Others fancy London, Sydney, or Hong Kong. While preferences for cities are split, science says that all of us may in fact be hard-wired to love the natural world. Interface, Inc

Trillium Software Sponsors Cardiff University Data Management Curriculum
Trillium Software®, a business of Harte-Hanks, Inc. (NYSE: HHS) and a leading provider of Total Data Quality solutions, today announced its sponsorship of data management education at Cardiff University's School of Computer Science & Informatics, and presented an award to one of its students.

Thomson Reuters Predicts 2012 Nobel Laureates
Quantum Teleportation among discoveries forecast for honors in Science; Economics selectees include man who predicted bubbles in the stock and housing markets

IQE plc : Appointment of David Grant CBE as Senior Independent Director
Cardiff, UK. 18 September 2012: IQE plc (AIM: IQE, "IQE" or the "Group"), the leading global supplier of advanced semiconductor wafer products and wafer services to the semiconductor industry, announces the appointment of David Grant CBE, FREng, FLSW, CEng, FIET as a Non-Executive Director and as Senior Independent Director of the Group.

Spiracur Awarded NHS Supply Chain Framework Agreement and Drug Tariff Approval in England and Wales for SNaP Wound Care System
Spiracur Inc. today announced its inclusion on the NHS Supply Chain Framework Agreement for the provision of advanced wound care including its suite of negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) solutions. In addition, the company announced that it has been granted reimbursement status for its SNaP® Wound Care System and listed on the U.K. Drug Tariff effective October 1, 2012.

Oldest known comet impact on Earth found in Greenland
Scientists have discovered a giant crater in Greenland, which they believe might be the result of a massive asteroid or comet impact 3 billion year ago, i.e. the oldest known impact crater on Earth.

Stone Age men may have been first 'rave party animals'
Researchers have shed light on how Neolithic Britons invented the 'art of raving'.

Massive black holes shut down star formation in distant galaxies
Using the European Space Agency's (ESA) Herschel Space Observatory, astronomers have shown that the number of stars that form during the early lives of galaxies may be influenced by the massive black holes at their hearts.

BP drug 'could reduce in-built racism'
A common heart disease drug may have the unusual side effect of combating racism, a new study has suggested.

Role of 'killer cells' in diabetes identified
Scientists have shed new light on the role of 'killer cells' in the development of Type 1 diabetes.

Babies understand mum's tone in any language
Scientists have revealed that babies can understand what their mothers say, even when they speak in a language their children have never heard before.

New technique could boost IVF success and cut multiple births
An advanced imaging technique to identify embryos likely to result in a successful pregnancy could boost IVF success rates and help to reduce the number of multiple births, scientists have revealed.

Rugby fan proposes to girlfriend with engraved stone at Cardiff stadium
A student's love for his girlfriend has been set in stone - after he proposed to her on a personalised paver at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.

Brains may be 'hard-wired' for addiction
Addiction is in part a "disorder of the brain," say scientists.

Having memory problems? Spit out that gum
Chewing flavourless gum could hamper your memory, a new British study has revealed.

Humans know when to move on from one task to another
In a new study, psychologists have disagreed on how good people are at making decisions.

White men 'more attracted to women with Asian faces'
White men prefer the facial features of Asian women while white women go for the faces of black men, scientists have discovered.

'Egg-shaped' globule could be 'evidence of life on Mars'
An 'egg-shaped' object, which was found inside a Martian meteorite that fell to Earth last year, could be final proof of life on the Red Planet.

1 in 4 employees prefer texting bosses rather than calling to say they're ill
More workers are ditching the traditional telephone call, and are texting their bosses instead to take a sick leave, a new survey has found.

New data for once-daily linagliptin show durable efficacy over two years
Boehringer Ingelheim and Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY) today announced results of a 102 week Phase III study for linagliptin (trade name Trajenta® in Europe), which show meaningful and durable reductions in blood glucose for adults with type 2 diabetes (T2D)

Hitler tried to win World War II with army of talking dogs
Hitler believed that animals were almost as intelligent as humans and tried to win World War II with an army of talking dogs.

Why some men can't help acting on impulse
The lack of a chemical in the brain makes men lose their temper very easily, driving them to act on impulse and make snap decisions, a new research has found.

Soon, a nasal spray to prevent men from acting on impulse
Scientists are developing a nasal spray, which they hope will deter men from acting on impulse - such as boozing too much, fighting, cheating and gambling.

Micro-needle skin patch may help fight HIV, TB
A major study is aiming to discover whether applying a vaccine patch to the skin with thousands of tiny micro-needles could help boost the body's immune response and prevent the spread of life-threatening infections like HIV and TB.

Frankincense may help relieve arthritis pain
The key to treating painful arthritis could lie in an age-old herbal remedy - frankincense, according to a new study.

Killer spiders prey on insects that use vibration to woo mates
Insects wanting to attract a mate are at risk of being eaten alive by killer spiders, according to a new study.

Asia Knowledge Associates to Organize 'India Stem Cell Conclave 2011'- 2nd and 3rd July 2011
Asia Knowledge Associates is organizing the Second Annual two day conclave and exhibition on Stem cell research and therapy named “India Stem Cell Conclave & Exhibition 2011”. The conclave & exhibition will be held on 2nd and 3rd of July 2011 at the Westin Hotel, Mumbai

Antibiotics 'do little to alleviate acute cough'
A Cardiff University study has found that prescribing antibiotics for patients with discoloured phlegm caused by acute cough has little or no effect on alleviating symptoms and recovery.

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