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WOMEN AND HEALTH WIN AWARD popular

WOMEN AND HEALTH WIN AWARD A charity set up to provide complementary therapies, Women and Health, has won an award of £1,000 as part of GlaxoSmithKline’s IMPACT Awards Scheme for 2001. Women and Health was set up in Camden in 1986 as a result of a survey among local women, which highlig(Added: Wed Feb 14 2001)

EPILEPSY CHARITY RECEIVES AWARD popular

EPILEPSY CHARITY RECEIVES AWARD The West Lothian Epilepsy Resource Centre (WLERC) has won an award of £1,000 as part of GlaxoSmithKline’s IMPACT Awards Scheme for 2001. WLERC was set up in 1982 by a small group of people with epilepsy who felt there was a lack of services for sufferers. (Added: Wed Feb 14 2001)

FOUNDATION WINS FUNDING popular

FOUNDATION WINS FUNDING The Pituitary Foundation, has won an award of £1,000 as part of GlaxoSmithKline’s IMPACT Awards Scheme for 2001. The Pituitary Foundation, set up in Bristol in 1994, is the only organisation supporting and providing information to the 70 000 pituitary patients (Added: Tue Feb 13 2001)

LOCAL HOSPICE RECEIVES AWARD popular

LOCAL HOSPICE RECEIVES AWARD The Cotswold Care Hospice in Stroud has won an award of £1,000 from GlaxoSmithKline as part of their IMPACT Awards Scheme for 2001. The Cotswold Care Hospice (CCH) is seen to be innovative because of the wide range of services it offers including a Hospice at Home (Added: Tue Feb 13 2001)

AWARD FOR AIDS SUPPORT SERVICE popular

13 February 2001 AWARD FOR AIDS SUPPORT SERVICE The Leicestershire AIDS Support Service (LASS) has won an award of £1,000 as part of GlaxoSmithKline’s IMPACT Awards Scheme for 2001. LASS helps people living in the area who have been affected by HIV and AIDS. Services include emotiona(Added: Tue Feb 13 2001)

RING OF SUCCESS FOR LOCAL CHARITY popular

13 February 2001 RING OF SUCCESS FOR LOCAL CHARITY Ross-Shire based charity, Rape and Abuse Line (RAL) has won an award of £1,000 from GlaxoSmithKline as part of their IMPACT Awards Scheme for 2001. The charity aims to relieve the emotional distress of survivors of rape and abuse. Its con(Added: Tue Feb 13 2001)

Healthcare Trust Confirm Results Of Minister’s Request For ‘Clinical Discretion’ W popular

Press Release Issued 9 February 2001 Healthcare Trust Confirm Results Of Minister’s Request For ‘Clinical Discretion’ With NICE Guidelines Results obtained from the West Cumbria Health Care NHS Trust during the last influenza season (1999 - 2000) confirmed the benef(Added: Mon Feb 12 2001)

"Necessity is the mother of invention" popular

Contact: Jackie Harden 2608 S. Palm Ave. Ontario, Ca. 91762 (909) 984-5619 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ”Necessity is the mother of invention “ Ontario, CA -- December XX, 2000 -- Any driver who's ever been stranded because a car al(Added: Wed Feb 07 2001)

Freshen Your breath For Valentine's Day with Advice from the British Dental Health Foundation popular

Date: 7 February 2001 Release: Immediate Freshen your Breath for Valentine's Day with Advice from the British Dental Health Foundation Britains leading oral health education charity has offered advice on how to make sure Britain’s lovers mouths are in shape get up close and personal on Valent(Added: Wed Feb 07 2001)

contact lenses without panic attacks popular

BEGINS++++++++++++++++++ An invention idea springing from difficulties in removing soft contact lenses puts a London man in line for international success.Mark Sheldon invented the patented device which has aroused interest from around the world.Several companies are discussing options with him (Added: Mon Feb 05 2001)

PROSTITUTES GRANTED FUNDS TO IMPROVE HEALTH popular

PHOTOGRAPHS AVAILABLE News release is available online at www.prowse.co.uk/newsf.html 2 February 2001 A voluntary project set up and run by prostitutes to improve the health and well being of those who work in the sex industry, has been granted a £25,000 award from GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) to(Added: Fri Feb 02 2001)

£25,000 FUNDING PROVIDES LIFELINE FOR AWARD-WINNING CHARITY£25,000 FUNDING PROVIDES LIFELINE FOR AWA popular

PHOTOGRAPHS AVAILABLE News release is available online at www.prowse.co.uk/newsf.html 2 February 2001 A unique approach to the problems of drug and alcohol use has won a local charity honours and funding of £25,000 in national awards next month at the King’s Fund on 20 February. Th(Added: Fri Feb 02 2001)

HELPING HAND FOR HIGHLAND COMMUNITY CARERS popular

PHOTOGRAPHS AVAILABLE News release is available online at www.prowse.co.uk/newsf.html 29 January 2001 HELPING HAND FOR HIGHLAND COMMUNITY CARERS A unique Community Care Project in the Scottish Highlands has been awarded £25,000 from healthcare company GlaxoSmithKline as part of t(Added: Thu Feb 01 2001)

Making an impact! popular

PHOTOGRAPHS AVAILABLE News release is available online at www.prowse.co.uk/newsf.html 30 January 2001 MAKING AN IMPACT! Newly merged GlaxoSmithKline has given more than £250 000 to community health charities throughout the country. Ten awards are given to small and medium sized regist(Added: Thu Feb 01 2001)

BHDF Backs No Smoking Day popular

Date: 30 January 2001 Release: Immediate British Dental Health Foundation Backs No Smoking Day 2001 The British Dental Health Foundation (BDHF) is supporting national No Smoking Day on 14 March to help reduce unnecessary misery from oral diseases and death from cancer. The BDHF is launchi(Added: Wed Jan 31 2001)

NATIONAL AWARD BRINGS HELP FOR THE HOMELESS popular

A centre for the homeless in Gloucester has been awarded £25,000 from recently merged healthcare company GlaxoSmithKline. The Gloucester Emergency Accommodation Resource (GEAR) provides emergency accommodation for men and women in Gloucester. It also runs a health care clinic and provides advice,(Added: Wed Jan 31 2001)

POLICE ENDORSE NEXT OF KIN SYSTEM popular

11th December 2000 Contact: Lee Smith or Jeff Woodall. Tel: 0208 950 9800 The Association of Chief Police Officers (A.C.P.O) have agreed to endorse the Next of Kin system and recommend that all forces throughout the UK are made aware of the system. Next of Kin Ltd. is a nationwide service which(Added: Thu Jan 11 2001)

India's First Domain Brokerage & Consultancy Portal Launched ! popular

A tremendous phenomenon, which has been developing discreetly beneath the surface of commercial enterprise on the Web, is now emerging with profound implications. Challenging strategies & markets long dominated by the giants of the industry, this new paradigm employs 21st-century marketing strategie(Added: Wed Jan 03 2001)

CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE THE RISK? popular

UK companies are being urged to introduce a 'flu crisis management programme for employees this winter. Each year an estimated 150 million work days are lost due to 'flu related illnesses at a cost of £6.75 billion, leading to a dramatic fall in productivity and hundreds of missed orders.1 Now, to(Added: Thu Dec 21 2000)

BDHF Says Mistletoe Time is Breath - Check Time popular

Date: 20 December 2000 Release: Immediate Mistletoe time is breath-check time Christmas is the time for kissing under the mistletoe and the British Dental Health Foundation is warning people to make sure they are ready for the seasonal treat. The bad news is that bad breath affects most people at(Added: Thu Dec 21 2000)

HELP FOR HOMELESS AT CHRISTMAS popular

HELP FOR HOMELESS AT CHRISTMAS A centre for the homeless in Gloucester has been given an early Christmas present. The Gloucester Emergency Accommodation Resource (GEAR) is being given £25,000 by SmithKline Beecham as part of their IMPACT Awards Scheme for 2001. GEAR provides emergency accommodati(Added: Fri Dec 15 2000)

Childhood asthma data highlights potential role of drug delivery in 'stepping down' potency of inhal popular

Issue date: Friday, 1st December 2000 New prospects of obtaining asthma control in paediatrics with lower doses compared with conventional inhaled steroids highlight the role of effective delivery, not just dose strength, in achieving the recommended ‘stepwise’ approach to asthma management. (Added: Fri Dec 08 2000)

Help at hand for almost 5 million women affected by hairloss popular

HELP AT HAND FOR ALMOST 5 MILLION UK WOMEN AFFECTED BY HAIR LOSS A new formulation available over the counter now offers effective help for the one in three UK who are women affected by Chronic Telogen Effluvium (CTE), the most common form of hair loss in women. Florisene® is a new, clinically-te(Added: Fri Dec 08 2000)

PAIN RELIEF WITHOUT THE STING popular

BEE V BALM --PAIN RELIEF WITHOUT THE STING Bee venom may not be the first thing that springs to mind as a way of relieving joint and muscle pain, but to a growing band of devoted users it is the only way they can deal with their arthritic symptoms. Until now the most common form of bee venom thera(Added: Thu Dec 07 2000)

IN THE SPIRIT OF THE HOLIDAY SEASON, LOCAL ORAL HYGIENE STARTUP MANUFACTURER GIVES BACK TO THE COMMU popular

From: Joe L. Slade, Jr. 512 267 7375 jslade@flash.net IN THE SPIRIT OF THE HOLIDAY SEASON, LOCAL ORAL HYGIENE STARTUP MANUFACTURER GIVES BACK TO THE COMMUNITY (www.RefreshYourBreath.com) HOUSTON, TEXAS (December 1, 2000) . . In the spirit of the Holiday Season, dk Worldwide Enterp(Added: Mon Dec 04 2000)

NATRACARE ORGANIC TAMPONS NOW AVAILABLE IN 20S PACKS popular

28th November 2000 NATRACARE ORGANIC TAMPONS NOW AVAILABLE IN 20’s PACKS Any female concerned about the effects of industrial pollutants on the their health and the environment will welcome the news that Natracare has announced new 20’s packs of its 100% organic, GM-free cotton non-applicator ta(Added: Tue Nov 28 2000)

Breaking News from AHA - MIRACL popular

LIPITOR TRIAL DEMONSTRATES REDUCTION IN EVENTS FOR ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME PATIENTS Immediate post-event treatment with Lipitor reduced future events within four months New Orleans, Louisiana, November 15, 2000-Pfizer Inc reported today that a new clinical study showed patients treated with LIPI(Added: Fri Nov 24 2000)

Stopping the malnutrition carousel popular

Stopping the malnutrition carousel: Pioneering guidelines and screening tool launched to combat the UK problem of malnutrition 28 NOVEMBER, HARROGATE The Malnutrition Advisory Group (MAG) launched the first consensus guidelines and screening tool to tackle the serious public health problem posed (Added: Thu Nov 23 2000)

PHARMIWEB LAUNCHES NEW SITE DESIGN IN CONJUNCTION WITH EXPANSION INTO IRELAND popular

PharmiWeb, (www.pharmiweb.com) the leading B2B portal for the pharmaceutical and life science sectors, today announces the launch of its redesigned site. PharmiWeb, currently in the first trial of its Net Market with German distributor Farillon, is now providing users with a cleaner and more easily (Added: Fri Nov 17 2000)

Body2mind.com to Introduce First B2B Exchange Site for the Natural Products Industry popular

One-Stop-Shopping to Connect Consumers and Retailers to Distributors and Manufacturers For Immediate Release Contact: Body2mind.com Rey Tamayo, rey@body2mind.com Body2mind.com, a brick and click company, will be the first online marketplace devoted to direct business to business to consumer (B2B2(Added: Thu Nov 16 2000)
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