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3 posts from July 2007

18 July 2007

Ingredients May Affect Brain Health (BrainWork - July/August 2007)

Cvr_sm_brainwork_2An article about how polyphenols can work in a neuroprotective fashion appears in the July/August edition of BrainWork.


Compounds inherent in berries, pomegranate juice, wine and green tea have all been cited as having the potential to help people live longer and better. New research is revealing how these compounds—called polyphenols—work, not only as anti-oxidants but also in a neuroprotective capacity in the brain...

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04 July 2007

Dream On: The Fantasy Life of New Moms (American Baby - July 2007)

Cover_abapr06 A list of humorous daydreams appears in the "In Your Words" section of the July 2007 issue of American Baby. 


Sure, you once fantasized about romantic getaways, becoming rich and famous, or perhaps just finding that perfect pair of shoes on sale.  Now, however, fierce Mommy love, hormone surges, and sleep deprivation have led you to daydreams made of grander stuff...

The issue is available in many major supermarkets and bookstores.

02 July 2007

Getting What You Pay For (Healthcare Informatics - July 2007)

Hci_july2007_coverAn article about a recent PriceWaterhouseCoopers report on the economics of information technology in healthcare appears in the July issue of Healthcare Informatics.


For the past two years, New York City-based PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC), in partnership with the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, has examined key business data from nearly 2,000 hospitals. In doing so, the organization has created a rigorous macroeconomic model of how information technology (IT) investments affect hospital operating costs and performance...

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