Examples include ads showing scantily clad, sexualized and objectified women, and ads associating alcoholic beverages with energetic lifestyles and fat control. The report is released in the American Journal of General public Health. ‘Considering advertising's demonstrated capacity to shape behavior, it's important that the public health community be knowledgeable about alcohol advertising content, particularly when it reaches underage viewers,’ said study writer Katherine C. Smith, associate professor with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. ‘Our findings suggest further limitations and improved federal oversight could be necessary to protect public health.’ Alcohol is greatly marketed in the United States: Alcohol companies spend at least $4 billion a year on promotion; an estimated $847 million was spent on magazine advertising by itself from 2008 to 2010.‘These findings clearly warrant large-scale scientific trials of aerobic fitness exercise for the treating memory deficits in the MS people,’ said James Sumowski,, Ph.D., study scientist in Neuropsychology & Neuroscience Research at Kessler Basis.. Aeterna’s AEZS-108 final Phase 2 results in endometrial tumor to be presented at ESGO 2011 Aeterna Zentaris Inc. The trial was conducted by the German AGO Research Group and study centers in Bulgaria. AEZS-108, a targeted cytotoxic peptide conjugate, is currently in Phase 1/2 programs in prostate and bladder cancer tumor, and has completed Phase 2 trials in endometrial and ovarian tumor successfully.
20 million school-age children throughout 26 countries to be dewormed in 2009 2009 Deworm the World and their Clinton Global Initiative education mega-commitment partners will deworm 20 million school-age children across 26 countries in 2009 2009, doubling the initial commitment target for calendar year among 10 million children in 19 countries.