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WHO | World Immunization Week 2014: Are you up-to-date?

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WHO - 24 March 2014 -- Immunization protects against an increasing number of diseases, from infancy to old age. With the slogan “Immunize for a healthy future: Know, Check, Protect” for this year’s World...

NIH Awards by Location and Organization - NIH Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools (RePORT)

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NIH - NOTE: These data do not include projects funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. For a list of those projects, please visit

Eavesdropping on brain cell chatter

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NIH - National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) Embargoed for Release: Wednesday, April 16, 2014, 12 p.m. EDT NIH-funded researchers develop novel tools to learn how astrocytes list...

What to Read Next: Kids' Books for National Poetry Month

Shared by - April is a great time to share poetry with your kids. Since 1996, the Academy of American Poets has chosen this month to celebrate the art form and outstanding American poets and to inspire kids, t...

Community College Students Talk Transitions with Secretary Duncan

Shared by - When someone says, “I want to go to college,” a traditional four-year college or university often comes to mind. Many don’t think of community colleges as an option, even though they are the single...

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Occupational Therapy to the bone; Music to feed the soul; Beer to the senses; MacUser since 1987; Sporting CP as my cross; Father as religion.

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4 Tips to Build Student Confidence

Shared by - For many students, the process of learning new material can feel like swimming in an ocean with fish moving in many different directions. Additionally, the information itself can feel like fish swi...

Early-bird Discounts ending for NYC and SC Workshops « SPD University

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SPD Foundation - The Goal-Oriented Assessment of Lifeskills (GOAL) is an innovative new evaluation of functional motor abilities needed for daily living in children ages 7 to 17. Each activity is analyzed so that s...

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Obesity Studies Tell Two Stories, Both Right -

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AOTA - WASHINGTON — Researchers at the University of North Carolina published a paper last week that introduced another wrinkle into the debate about childhood obesity. They disputed recent findings that ...

Health and social care leaders pledge for more activity in care homes

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BAOT/COT - Leaders from health and social care pledged to improve quality of life in care homes at a summit opened yesterday by The Princess Royal, Patron of the College of Occupational Therapists. Andrea Sut...

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