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Vycor's NovaVision Unit Announces the Commercial Release of NeuroEyeCoach(TM) -- A Novel Saccadic Eye Training Therapy
Vycor Medical, Inc. ("Vycor") (OTCBB: VYCO), a medical device company with a suite of FDA cleared products, announced today that its wholly-owned subsidiary, NovaVision has launched the first commercial release of its new saccadic eye training therapy which will be marketed in the U.S. as NeuroEyeCoach™. The therapy is now available through the web site

Medical Symposium Organized by Fonar to Focus on The Cranio-Cervical Syndrome - The Vulnerability of the Human Neck and Its Impact on Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) Flow
FONAR Corporation (NASDAQ: FONR), The Inventor of MR Scanning™, announces today an upcoming medical scientific conference of distinguished medical experts on Saturday, April 6 at the Millennium Broadway Hotel, New York City. They will be convening to address the newly identified medical syndrome, The Cranio-Cervical Syndrome (CCS)

Vycor Medical Announces Planned Launch of First Commercially Available Internet-Based, Direct to the Patient Saccadic Eye Training Program
Vycor Medical, Inc. ("Vycor") (OTCBB: VYCO) announced today its wholly-owned NovaVision subsidiary plans to launch a new "direct to the patient" saccadic eye training program to be marketed as NeuroEyeCoach™. The proprietary Internet-based program is expected to be commercially available by year-end 2013

FONAR Founder Presents at Premier Event at New Upright MRI Centre in London, United Kingdom
FONAR Corporation (NASDAQ: FONR), The Inventor of MR Scanning™, announced today that the company founder and president, Raymond V. Damadian, MD, presented at the "Premier Event for Practitioners" on July 9 at the Medserena Upright MRI Centre, which is located in the extremely affluent Kensington district of London. The grand opening for this Centre was May 28, 2013

New Thinking Needed for an Age-Old Disease
Speaking at the CNS Leaders' Forum today in Boston, Dr. Claude Wischik, MD, PhD, Professor of Old Age Psychiatry at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland and Executive Chairman and Co-founder of TauRx Therapeutics Ltd

Integrated Diagnostics(R) Launches Imaging Division to Create PET Imaging Probes
Integrated Diagnostics (InDi®), an emerging leader in molecular diagnostics, today announced that the company has launched a new operating division, InDi Imaging™, that is creating a new generation of PET imaging probes using the company's innovative protein catalyzed capture (PCC) agent technology

Vycor Medical, Inc. Reports 2011 Results
Vycor Medical, Inc. ("Vycor") (OTCBB: VYCO) has reported 2011 revenue of $971,367, a 207% increase on the $316,450 for 2010. The Vycor Medical division generated revenue of $548,463, a 78% increase on 2010, and NovaVision generated revenue of $422,904, compared to $8,868 for just one month in 2010. The gross profit for 2011 was $795,109 compared to $267,713 in 2010

Promiscuity could be 'costly' for sparrows
Usually female song sparrows stray from their breeding partner and mate with male next door.

Humans follow animals in forming groups by Facebook and Twitter use
Animals also form groups and gather information to help make big decisions much the same way as humans use Facebook Groups to streamline discussions, experts have suggested.

Hitler's hand written postcard suggests he was not good at spelling
A newly discovered postcard from 1916 that had been written by Hitler during World War I shows that the Nazi dictator wasn't great at spelling.

Hitler went blind by mental illness, not British mustard gas attack
Adolf Hitler's temporary loss of sight was actually caused by a mental disorder known as 'hysterical blindness', and not by a British mustard gas attack as a heroic First World War soldier as he had claimed, a new research has revealed.

Factors that influence sex appeal in men and women revealed
A wealth of scientific studies have uncovered the factors which claim to influence sex appeal, for both men and women.

Old Stone Age axe find could re-write Scottish history by 100,000 years
An ancient axe, possibly 450,000 years old, has been discovered on the shore at St Ola in Orkney that may change the understanding of Scottish history.

Deep male voices enhance women's memories
For the first time a new study has found that a low masculine voice is important for both mate choice and the accuracy of women's memory.

Westerners genetically programmed to eat fatty foods, drink alcohol
Scientists have found that Westerners are genetically programmed to consume fatty foods and alcohol more than those from the east.esearchers at the University of Aberdeen say a genetic switch, DNA which turns genes on or off within cells, regulates appetite and thirst, and that it is also linked to depression.

Foetus size and growth linked to childhood asthma, allergies
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen have identified a correlation between the size and growth of a baby in the womb and the likelihood of the child going on to develop childhood asthma.

Reindeer teeth reveal Neanderthal's hunting strategies
A new study that analyzed the subtle chemical variations in reindeer teeth has found that the Neanderthal used sophisticated hunting tactics similar to the ones employed by modern humans.

Traffic accidents may hasten chronic widespread pain: Study
A new research has indicated that individuals with poorer health or psychological issues may be prone to developing chronic widespread pain following a traumatic event.

Asthma drug found to be just as effective as inhalers also easier to use
A new study has found that a rarely prescribed asthma drug is just as effective as inhalers and easier to use.

Chief Executive Officer Updates ERHC Energy Inc. Shareholders
ERHC Energy Inc. (OTCBB: ERHE), a publicly traded American company with oil and gas assets in Sub-Saharan Africa, today issued the following update on Company activities from Peter Ntephe, chief executive officer.

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