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Don't miss the 'Key Note address - Delivery Systems in Cosmeceuticals' by our Director Mr. R. B. Mohile at ISCC Conference in HPCI

Don't miss the 'Key Note address - Delivery Systems in Cosmeceuticals' by our Director Mr. R. B. Mohile at ISCC Conference in HPCI | nilofer | Scoop.it

HPCI Educational Programme - Friday 16th March 2012. Key Note address - Delivery Systems in Cosmeceuticals  by Mr. R.B. Mohile at 2:30 pm to 3:15 pm.


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Social Media and Pharma Update: "No Need to Fear Adverse Event Reporting!" : Bio Job Blog

Social Media and Pharma Update: "No Need to Fear Adverse Event Reporting!" : Bio Job Blog | nilofer | Scoop.it
About two years, I posted an opinion piece on BioJobBlog which argued that pharma’s reluctance to engage in social media because of fears of bei (Social Media and Pharma Update:
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Dr.Simeons’ HCG Diet Food Choices – Food Recommended By Dr. Simeons For Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Dr.Simeons’ HCG Diet Food Choices – Food Recommended By Dr. Simeons For Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner | nilofer | Scoop.it
HCG diet is a weight loss plan that integrates the influence of HCG hormone and VLCD (Very Low Calorie Diet) for stimulating weight loss. Dr. Simeons, a British Physician conceptualized this unique fat loss system in the year 1950.
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Social health conversation in India adding 45K users per day

Social health conversation in India adding 45K users per day | nilofer | Scoop.it

Healthcare Social Media India ((#hcsmin) co-founder Dinesh Chindarkar (@dinchin1) offers an excellent overview of implications for pharma of the explosive growth of social media, mobile and internet use in India.


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Healthcare 2025: what the future holds for pharma | InPharm

Healthcare 2025: what the future holds for pharma | InPharm | nilofer | Scoop.it
InPharm.com is a leading portal for the pharmaceutical industry, providing industry professionals with pharma news, jobs, events, and service company listings.

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Rock Report: State of Digital Health

Digital Health STARTUP + VC ACTIVITY Rock Report August 1st, 2011...

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Medical Devices Outperform Market But Rule Changes Loom

Medical devices are the overlooked step-child of the biopharma industry but the latest MassDevice Weekly shows this sector to be a market performer that investors should not ignore.

 

The index looks at clusters of device-makers in Massachusetts, Minnesota and California. It shows stocks in all three regions doing better than comparable market indicators. Overall the index has gained 23.7 percent since the compilation started in January 2009. The 10 top gainers and losers are listed.

 

One reason devices often do better than drugs or biologics is that these therapeutic systems enjoy a faster and easier regulatory environment. But according to a Gray Sheet article previewed in Medical Devices Today, that may be changing:

 

"FDA is pouring more time and money into the field of regulatory science, and device makers would be wide to wonder: how will this affect us?"


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5 Foods That'll Make You Look Younger - 1 - MSN Health - Nutrition Slide Show

Kicking nicotine and avoiding excessive sunlight will help, but the secret to healthy-looking skin is the food you eat.
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Survey Reveals Irish People Turning to Dr Google to Save Money | O'Donnell Online

Survey Reveals Irish People Turning to Dr Google to Save Money | O'Donnell Online | nilofer | Scoop.it
Irish people are increasingly turning to the internet for medical diagnosis and advice in order to save the cost of a GP visit. The Irish Pharmacy Union states this isn't surprising and are warning of the dangers of 'watercooler experts' through an interactive website.

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Survey Reveals Irish People Turning to Dr Google to Save Money | O'Donnell Online

Survey Reveals Irish People Turning to Dr Google to Save Money | O'Donnell Online | nilofer | Scoop.it
Irish people are increasingly turning to the internet for medical diagnosis and advice in order to save the cost of a GP visit. The Irish Pharmacy Union states this isn't surprising and are warning of the dangers of 'watercooler experts' through an interactive website.

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Healthy Eating Tips To Give Your Body What It Needs

Healthy Eating Tips To Give Your Body What It Needs | nilofer | Scoop.it

Author: Les Dudley

It is possible that people become intimidated when they think of healthy eating and a proper diet. A diet should be looked at more as a whole than in the context of the latest eating trend. It is incredibly easy to make positive changes in your diet that will help keep you strong and healthy.

 

Healthy Eating

You can achieve lasting results my making small but deliberate modifications to your eating behavior. Take your time if you are making drastic changes to your diet.

 

Healthy Eating

Research shows that moderation is the key and best results are obtained when you eat a variety of foods in balance.

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Eating meals at a regular interval consistently is an important first step on the way to healthier eating. It is dangerous when you upset your normal meal times too often. When you engage in such behavior, the result is often overeating of eating junk food. Snacks came about to fill that gap between meals with healthy alternatives.

People often try to undertake too many drastic dietary changes at once and consequently fall short of their goals. Undertaking such an effort only serves to stack the deck against you. Undertake the challenges you know you can overcome and build from there.

 

Healthy Eating

Don’t toss out your favorite junk food vice right at the start. Rather, begin to scrutinize foods in your diet that are easier for you to part with. It’s important to transition into these new behaviors gradually. That is the key to making lasting changes and keep your weight stable.

 

Hopefully you read food labels when you are out shopping for groceries. Begin to do it if you haven’t started already. Be on guard to fat type and fat contents. You need to think about some important factors. The beginning should be an attempt to not eat the saturated fats if you can possibly avoid them. The next thing to keep in mind is you need to consider the most important factor is the fat you have over time that carries the most weight. Meaning eating the higher fat foods is okay, if that is something you would like, just make sure it’s not all at once. You will shrink the amount you consume them and that is something to strive for.

There are so many ideas about eating well, dieting and nutrition and it can be expensive to follow all the advice. But life does not have to be so complicated because healthy eating is not that complex. Simple is almost always better when it comes to eating. If you’re trying to lose weight, eating smaller amounts of healthier foods is really the best thing you can do. If you couple that with some kind of exercise, then you can really lose weight pretty quickly.

 

 

 


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