January 2008 - Page 2 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Safety…Not Quite First

Over the holidays my husband needed to treat a small piece of wood with a spray shellac. The instructions on the can cautioned against use in enclosed spaces, but he was only spraying a piece of wood the size of a hockey puck

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Is the Cypher Sirolimus-eluting stent right for you?

A few weeks back, while you were watching the Patriots/Giants game, you might have suddenly had the overpowering urge to have a Cypher Sirolimus-eluting stent implanted.

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Mythbusters

The FDA caved. One of the agency’s biggest benefactors – Wyeth Pharmaceuticals – stamped its feet and said, “Gimmie!” and the FDA said, “Oh all right.”

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The end of ice cream ice crystals?

Some people devote their lives to finding cancer cures, others spend their days exploring the solar system, and then there are those who burn the midnight oil while pondering the puzzle of how to reduce the amount of ice crystals in ice cream.

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By the Sea, By the Sea…

Based on Pycnogenol’s known anti-inflammatory qualities, an international team of researchers led by scientists at the University of Arizona mounted an intervention trial to test this extract as a knee OA treatment.

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By the Sea, By the Sea…

Patients with knee osteoarthritis (OA) – now it’s your turn to benefit from the Pycnogenol treatment.

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"What is eaten in one week around the world"

I’m sure most e-Alert readers are more aware of their personal diets, and nutrition in general, than the average Joe. So I think you might be as interested as I was to see a series of photos titled “What is eaten in one week around the world.”

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