The information in this post was gathered from an article published by Deb Bortifz in eCliniqua, Innovative Management in Clinical Trials. eCliniqua offers PodCasts, WebCasts, White Papers and much more. Their 'data-rich' site is one of my primary research resources for an … [Read more...] about Social Networking Sites Have Myriad Trial-Related Uses
Exercise can lower your overall risk of cancer - but only if you get a good night's sleep After my last week’s rant about focusing efforts to PREVENT cancer as well as CURING cancer, I was please to review a research study that did just that! The study examined the link … [Read more...] about Lack of Sleep Could Undermine Exercise’s Cancer Prevention Benefits
Does Thinking Make Us Fatter? Researchers Find Mental Tasks Cause People to Eat More As a so-called knowledge worker, who spends more time on my computer then on my mattress, I found the following article by Lee Dye, published on ABC News, Online, September 10, 2008, … [Read more...] about I think, therfore I am Fat?
Overall, stroke is this country's third-leading killer. About 700,000 Americans will have one this year, according to the American Stroke Association. But 55-percent of all strokes and 60-percent of stroke deaths occur in women. About 100,000 women die annually of stroke, … [Read more...] about Twice as many women die from stroke every year than from breast cancer