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By University of Missouri–St. Louis
International experts will explore topics including Gangs on the Internet, Code of the Street, Project CeaseFire, and the Missouri Model

By NAAFA
In keeping with NAAFA’s ongoing commitment to eliminate size discrimination and in response to inquiries focused on health concerns, NAAFA is sponsoring our second Health At Every Size® Summit promoting Equality At Every Size(SM) with HAES.

By The University of Tennessee Medical Center
Two librarians from The University of Tennessee Medical Center will train public librarians in South Africa in March on accessing valuable health information to share with families in their communities.

By Global Indoor Health Network
The Global Indoor Health Network is releasing its position statement highlighting the main threats to human health hidden in our homes, schools and workplaces. It is time for our national and world leaders to develop a comprehensive health response.

By The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship
For the 34th year, senior medical students & public health Fellows will follow in Nobel Laureate Dr. Albert Schweitzer's footsteps, partnering with an international staff to deliver skilled care at the Schweitzer Hospital in Gabon, Africa.

By Homeopathy Institute of the Pacific
Homeopathy Institute of the Pacific (HIP) will establish public health clinics in San Francisco to treat returning veterans with homeopathy—an approach that has seen positive results in a six-year pilot program in the Bay area.

By NCAIHB
Organization grows as it aims to eliminate health disparities among the largest population of American Indians east of the Mississippi River

By Centers for Health and Public Safety
Centers for Health and Public Safety (CHPS) is launching an initiative to help put AEDs (automated external defibrillators) in every home, school, business, and public place. CHPS calls it HeartRespond When minutes matter for life.

By Elena Hoeppner
CPH CE credits available for eligible public health professionals who participate in HEI’s professional development workshops, mini-courses and other training events

By National Posture Institute (NPI)
The National Posture Institute has launched an Online Public Posture Program, titled, “Analyzing and Correcting Posture and Body Alignment.” Students can complete the Non-instructor or the Instructor facilitated courses in Three (3) months.

By SuperGeo Technologies Inc.
SuperGeo announced a WebGIS application to public health information. The website integrates various health evaluation and education data, helping the public to query health information in a convenient and interactive way.

By Adelphi University, Kali Chan
Adelphi has officially launched the CHI, a cornerstone of the University’s comprehensive strategic plan. The Center seeks to tackle and improve current and emerging healthcare needs and make Adelphi an even stronger thought leader in healthcare.

By OneWorld Health
OneWorld Health teams up with A-Cube to develop DNA Vaccines

By SuperGeo Technologies Inc.
SuperGIS Desktop 3 has been selected by National Institute of Infectious Diseases in Japan to improve the research outcome and disease control of infectious viruses and diseases.

By Valerie Arendt
The National Association of Social Workers, North Carolina Chapter will present the 2011 Annual Fall Conference taking place at the Renaissance Hotel in Asheville, North Carolina on November 18-19.

By Loraine Kasprzak
Helen Dao, MHA, will present “Integrating Cultural Strategies for Health Educators: Strengthening Communication” for the NJ Society for Public Health Education on 9/28/11. The workshop is open to all health educators.

By Champ Software, Inc.
As the requirements for Electronic Health Records (EHR) become more pressing, the need for standard classification is just as important. One taxonomy growing in popularity is the Omaha System, especially in North Dakota.

By Nicole K Sowers
Bismarck leads the way in purchasing Nightingale Notes for Electronic Health records and many other counties are following suit.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. publishers
Increasing public awareness of the childhood obesity epidemic may be contributing to evidence of overall reductions in body mass index (BMI), according to the results of a nationwide study presented in Childhood Obesity.

By Helix Research Center Ltd
Africa Health Research Organisation and Helix Research Center have announced Clinical Research Training Programs for the Life Sciences Aspirants and Corporates in the Africa and Europe

By Marsh Media Group
New local coalition joins public awareness project targeting the nearly three out of four Americans who report that they do not always take their medications as directed, which leads to serious health consequences and avoidable costs.

By the Institute for OneWorld Health
Announces major advance in development of key anti-malaria medication, will increase availability and lower the cost.

By Institute for OneWorld Health
The Institute of OneWorld Health and Anacor Pharmaceuticals join forces to save children's lives.

By PC MEDICS
A new book that claims we could abandon vaccines tomorrow, and be no worse off, is likely to spark intense debate.

By Telehealth Solutions
GPs with uncertain funding for disease screening could get help from telehealth technology

By Shridhar University
Way to Transform Shridhar University Pilani in the Shekawati region of Rajasthan has 11 Schools of Learning offering various Certificate, Diploma, Under Graduate, Post Graduate as well as Doctoral programmes..

By Public Health Research Enterprise Inc.
During a time of health care transformation, emerging medical research and an Internet laden with inaccurate health information, a new Web site strives to inform all professionals in every health industry

By Telehealth Solutions
Telehealth could help the NHS screen over 100,000 people at elevated risk of heart disease - who are currently going unseen

By Nilmot PR
iGF is pleased to announce that Tom Broslawsky has joined the company as the US Sales Director.

By UIC College of Dentistry
The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) College of Dentistry and the UIC School of Public Health (SPH) recently received approval for a joint DMD/MS in Clinical Translational Science.

By Capita Conferences
Capita's 4th National Child Health Conference will inform you about the latest Government strategy aimed at promoting the health and wellbeing of all children and young people.

By Nilmot PR
Delivered by iGF’s team of experienced Wellness Facilitators the Personal Weight Management Programme is all about supporting individuals to achieve and maintain a healthy weight on their own terms and at their own pace.

By Harris County Hospital District
Harris County Hospital District (12 health centers and a school-based clinic) is the first healthcare system in Houston, Texas to receive the physician-patient centered "Medical Home" designation by the National Committee for Quality Assurance.

By HERMES LLC
HERMES, LLC, A small certified woman-owned and HUBZone business that offers expertise in research methods announces access to its expertise through General Services Administration (GSA)’s MOBIS contract award

By Cochrane & Associates, LLC
The IAQ Video Network produces the fifth in a series of public outreach videos to educate the community about environmental and indoor air quality (IAQ) issues.

By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
Despite claims of virtually total harm reduction, a new study shows that smokers who switch from cigarettes to smokeless tobacco still have a much higher risk of death than someone who gave up nicotine entirely, notes Action on Smoking and Health

By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
Even if replacing tobacco cigarettes with e-cigarettes [e-cigs] or snus significantly reduces the individual user's risk of death, a public health strategy based upon promoting such nicotine-administration products may save few if any lives - Study

By Emergency, Community, and Health Outreach
Emergency, Community, and Health Outreach (ECHO) was chosen as an example organization and received special recognition in this toolkit for the unique resources and services that ECHO provides limited English proficiency populations.

By Shridhar University
Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity says WHO (World Health Organization) established on 7 April 1948.

By Peachtree Pest Control
The pest management pros at Peachtree Pest Control were educated on the biology of native and endemic mosquito species found across the Southeast.

By Greater Baden Medical Services Inc.
March of Dimes Awards Grant to Greater Baden Medical Services, Inc in order to Improve the Health of Mothers and Babies in Prince George’s County

By Samantha Corr
The Public Health Information Development Unit (PIHDU) has implemented technology called BrowseAloud on its website, to ensure that online content can be easily accessed by those who find it difficult to read text on screen.

By Elaine D. Keller
"These products could save the lives of millions of smokers," states Michal Douglas, president of The Consumer Advocates for Smoke-Free Alternatives Association. CASAA advocates a more effective approach to smoking cessation than nicotine abstinence.

By Prof Dr Prabhu Britto Albert
We are immensely pleased to announce the launch of the non-profit peer-reviewed International Journal of Food Safety, Nutrition, Public Health and Technology (IJFSNPHT) ISSN: 0975 – 8712 www.ijfsnpht.org

By B.B. Murti
Managing Partner and Chief Strategist Donna Vincent Roa, PhD, ABC today announced the launch of Maryland-based Vincent Roa Group, LLC, a company that provides executives in the green sector with high-value communication, PR, and marketing.

By Kimmo Kuokkanen
Today, Global Research & Data Services is going to publish a market analysis about the market for medical devices in Finland.

By Willman Consulting, Inc.
Rhonda Davis Poirier, Dr.P.H. of Jacksonville, Florida has been appointed a Senior Fellow at the Center for Infrastructure Protection (CIP) at George Mason University in Arlington, Virginia where she will be involved in public health and community he

By CleanPhirst
New products reduces the exchange of viruses and bacterias

By Rashida Bobb
On October, 29th, The Deadliest Disease in America, a thought-provoking film and civic workshops asks participants to take a stance against racism and understand details of Obama’s Health Plan.

By Brazilian Snakes Project - Fernando Bergamaschi
Nowadays the accidents by venomous animals continue a grave problem of public health in Brazil, so much by the number of cases recorded, average 20.000 with snakes,as much as by the gravity presented, being able to drive to the death or heavy sequels




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