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'Common Sense Pediatrics': Combining Alternative and Traditional Medicine in Everyday Practice

...h great attention to detail on the first and second-year monthly doctor check-ups through to the pre-teen and teenage years, Dr. Franz leaves no stone unturned when discussing what to expect and look for at these critical stages of personal growth and development. Throughout the book Dr. Franz shares wi...

Joint Commission Reports Positive Survey Results for CHA

...n CHA's operations since its inception." The Joint Commission survey is an unannounced, intense review of hospital practices and no stone is left unturned in its surveys, which effect a hospital's accreditation. Seven surveyors from the Joint Commission spent a total of six days conducting the review of ...

VA Calling All Recent Combat Vets

...r, EDS, which specializes in technology services to improve business. If needed, VA employees will make follow-up calls. "We will leave no stone unturned to reach these veterans," said Dr. Edward Huycke, chief of the Veterans Affairs - Department of Defense coordination office. For the latest news...

Mushrooms may aid rapid vaccine response

...e which provide us the highest level of drug expression in the mushroom," explained Romaine. "It is an empirical process, but we are leaving no stone unturned to achieve our end goal." ...

Elevate End- Of- Life Experience by Enhancing Quality of Hospice Care

...re is all about helping terminal patients pass away in dignity surrounded by the comfort of loved ones. Objectives of hospice care must leave no stone unturned in caring for those in the sunset of their lives. The need of the hour is to conduct periodical surveys to solicit public opinion about improvements i...

Britons soon will practise telling GPs how to practice

...edia that the public have voiced their opinion that accessibility to GPs remains their highest priority. Hence the government will not leave any stone unturned to ensure that this goal is achieved. Since the government is investing phenomenally towards health sector, they are determined to ensure that the ben...

Caution:Tamiflu ‘tames’ flu but psychiatric side effects now reportd

.... The new label approved by U.S FDA cautions medical practitioners to be cautious when prescribing this drug and urges them not to leave any stone unturned if the slightest report of abnormal behavior while monitoring the patients with an eagle’s eye.Due to lack of concrete evidence regulatory agencies a...

Disclose calorie count on menu says NY Health Department

... In their bid to combat the alarming rise in obesity in New York the health department is leaving no stones unturned in their efforts to make the public learn to be cautious and// conscious of what they eat and how that would effect their waistlines in retrospect. ...

Pet Peeves: Conservatives Howl at Proposal to Share NHS Hosp by Pets and People

...to be very effective in treating dogs and cats with cancer." The lady also confirmed that anti allergy drapes would be used and no stone would be left unturned to keep the hospital spick and span. A spokeswoman for Unison, which speaks out for the multitiude of hospital workers, said "There must be ot...

YSR launches 'Operation Dengue'

...ge to Government officials, a few school students and public at the Dhoolpet stadium, the Chief Minister said the Government was not leaving any stone unturned in its efforts to curb the mosquito menace. Dr Reddy said that unlike chikungunya dengue fever was fatal. He pointed out that while dengue had fir...
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Four Alzheimer's Clinical Trials Address a Variety of Treatment Targets - Amyloid, Tau, Synapse Formation

...this disease," said Samuel Gandy, MD, Ph.D., chair of the Alzheimer's Association's Medical and Scientific Advisory Council. "We can't leave any stone unturned if we hope to aid the 5 million people currently living with Alzheimer's and the millions more that will be devastated by this epidemic." While curr...
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ALS Therapy Development Institute and California Stem Cell, Inc. Announce Long-Term Scientific Collaboration

... looked at and considered by researchers. The work we are doing together with California Stem Cell will help to make sure that we are leaving no stone unturned in our mission to discover and develop an effective treatment that will slow or stop ALS," said Sean Scott, president of ALS TDI. ALS is a neurodege...
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