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Physical Therapy in Denton, TX


Physical therapy is a common non-invasive treatment approach for various orthopedic conditions. These may include back and neck pain, whiplash, joint pains, congenital disabilities to name a few. It also helps the patients to recover from injuries and promote general well-being. OrthoTexas, a leading group of physical therapists and orthopedic surgeons, can help you achieve all your fitness goals through physical therapy. The physical therapists at OrthoTexas, Denton, TX utilize a hands-on approach to get you on the road to recovery. They care... Read More »

Handicap International: Ebola: “We mustn’t let our guard down too soon”


The media have reported a drop in the number of Ebola cases. Does that tie in with what you’re seeing in the field? Yes, there are definitely fewer cases, and we’re feeling much more hopeful about the future. The signs are very encouraging, particularly in Liberia, where there’s been a very big drop in the number of new confirmed cases and the President has announced that schools will reopen from February. But we need to remain alert. One badly treated case could lead to a new outbreak. We mustn’t let our guard down too soon. In Sierra Leone... Read More »

Kowa Health Care America launches new website for Memory Support Supplement


Kowa Health Care America, Inc., a healthcare company headquartered in Torrence, California, is pleased to announce the launch of a new memory boosting supplement and website, The new website, which can be found by navigating to, is geared towards educating consumers about Kowa Health Care's new memory support supplement, CogniSharp. CogniSharp combines the power of BioPQQ® and the metabolizing energy of CoQ10 to assist with short-term memory and focus. Pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) is a ... Read More »

Wolters Kluwer: Medical Marijuana for children with developmental and behavioral disorders?


As medical marijuana becomes increasingly accepted, there is growing interest in its use for children and adolescents with developmental and behavioral problems such as autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), according to a review in the February Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, the official journal of the Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. The journal is published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, a part of Wolters Kluwer. That's despite a lack of studie... Read More »

The analysis of results of polls concerning a back pains


We suggest you to examine results of polls concerning a back pains and their treatment with comments of experts. These surveys were conducted on a specialized Internet resource, concerning diseases of the musculoskeletal device. In each of votes, more than 1000 people that allowed to achieve enough objective results took part. The first survey conducted on our site concerns interrelation between long walks and a back pains. In comments to this poll, you will be able to learn about what can tell emergence of pain in a waist in time and after ... Read More »

Frezzor Omega-3 Black helps prevent gum disease


When the mouth is clean, the body heals itself. Dentists and hygienists for many years have been instructing their patients to " Brush and Floss ". This is an excellent way to begin a natural oral health program, but is rarely adequate. Over 90% of people have some degree of gum disease. Most can improve their oral health and enjoy a better and healthier mouth. A modern and more comprehensive approach in addition to your regimen of brushing and flossing is a three tiered strategy. 1 - Use an irrigation machine. I like the hydrofloss bu... Read More »

Essilor creates the Vision For Life™ program dedicated to eliminating poor vision


URE, or poor vision, is the most common disability in the world, and an estimated 2.5 billion people do not have the vision correction they need. Visual impairment has significant social and economic repercussions – the latter calculated to be worth as much as USD 272 billion in lost global productivity per year. Vision For Life is a strategic giving program that aims to accelerate initiatives targeting poor vision through awareness-raising, capacity-building and the creation of basic vision care infrastructure. The sustainable development o... Read More »

50 years of Pharmaceutical Legislation in Europe – making a difference in the well-being of patients across Europe


Safety Once a medicinal product has been authorised in the Union and placed on the market, its safety is monitored during its entire lifespan to ensure that in case of adverse reactions the appropriate action is taken swiftly, including additional warnings, restrictions of use or even withdrawal of the product from the market. The process by which this is done is called Pharmacovigilance. Through pharmacovigilance rules we monitor the safety of medicines and take action to reduce the risks and increase the benefits of medicines. Pharma... Read More »

EIF: The way ahead for mHealth in Europe


Therefore it was a timely occasion for policy makers, doctors, patients and healthcare app developers to discuss a way forward for mHealth in Europe. Michal Boni, MEP and EIF Steering Committee Member, co-organised and chaired this well- attended breakfast meeting. In his introduction he spoke about the rapid development of mHealth markets in Europe. He also suggested how to create the legal framework to fully enjoy benefits of the mHealth in Europe. DS Park, Executive Director of European Public Affairs at Samsung Electronics, led off th... Read More »

Wolters Kluwer Health: Facelift surgery after massive weight loss poses challenges, reports plastic and reconstructive surgery


Patients undergoing bariatric surgery for severe obesity are often left with excess, sagging skin affecting all areas of the body - including the face. The unique challenges of facelift surgery in this group of patients - and effective techniques for addressing them - are presented in a paper in the February issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). Kailash Narasimhan, MD, and colleagues of University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, outline the... Read More »

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