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ImmunoMet Therapeutics Receives IND Clearance and Orphan Drug Designation from U.S. FDA for IM156…

ImmunoMet Therapeutics Receives IND Clearance and Orphan Drug Designation from U.S. FDA for IM156…

first_img Facebook WhatsApp Twitter ImmunoMet Therapeutics Receives IND Clearance and Orphan Drug Designation from U.S. FDA for IM156 in Ideopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis and Completes Financing TAGS  Facebook WhatsApp Previous articleWorld champs in women’s curling canceled for 2nd year in rowNext articleTexas GOP Congressman Ron Wright, who battled health challenges including lung cancer and COVID-19, dies at 67 Digital AIM Web Support By Digital AIM Web Support – February 8, 2021 Twitter Local NewsBusiness Pinterest Pinterestlast_img read more

New ‘Soundbreaking’ Series To Feature Members Of Beatles, Grateful Dead, Pink Floyd & More

New ‘Soundbreaking’ Series To Feature Members Of Beatles, Grateful Dead, Pink Floyd & More

first_imgA new and exciting series is coming to PBS this November! Titled Soundbreaking, the documentary series will spotlight various “groundbreaking” achievements in the realm of all things musical. The list of musicians who were interviewed is extraordinary, only making us more excited for the series to premiere.Over 150 artists will appear, including Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Tom Petty, Roger Waters, Mickey Hartm Roger Daltrey, Dave Grohl, Questlove, Bon Iver, Willie Nelson, Beck, B.B. King, Adam “Ad-Rock” Horovitz, Joni Mitchell, Debbie Harry, Darryl “D.M.C.” McDaniels, Mark Knopfler, Brian Eno, Nile Rodgers, Quincy Jones, Rick Rubin, Tony Visconti, RZA, Daniel Lanois, and Mark Ronson.Watch the trailer, which premiered on Rolling Stone, below:The series was also meant to spotlight the work of producer George Martin, who passed away at the age of 90 last week. In a statement, Martin recently said, “Soundbreaking afforded me the opportunity to tell the story of the creative process of so many of the artists I have worked with throughout my life.” As such, the series put together a short tribute with artists talking about Martin’s creative work throughout the years.Soundbreaking will broadcast on PBS stations, weeknights from November 14 – 23 at 10 p.m. ET. Here’s a rundown of the eight episodes:-George Martin and the Beatles’ groundbreaking work in the studio creates a new paradigm for pop music-Phil Spector’s rise as the first ‘rock star producer’-Paul Epworth’s collaboration with Adele on “Rolling in the Deep”-Stevie Wonder embraces the synthesizer and makes a break with Motown-Giorgio Moroder fuses R&B with electronica and the dance floor explodes-The art of sampling gives rise to hip hop-Michael Jackson and Madonna take the art of the music video to new heights-Miles Davis and Marvin Gaye use the long-playing record for new kinds of expression[H/T JamBase]last_img read more

Young male violence higher with lower drinking age

Young male violence higher with lower drinking age

first_img3News 20 June 2014More young men have been getting into fights since the legal drinking age was reduced to 18 in New Zealand, a study has found.New research from the University of Otago shows that since the minimum age at which Kiwis can buy alcohol was reduced to 18 in 1999, there has been an increase of assaults in male youths aged between 15 and 19.The study looked at the number of patients admitted to hospitals with injuries from assaults that took place on weekends before and after the law changed.In particular, researchers compared assault rates among 18-19 year-olds, whose legal access to alcohol increased, with 15-17 year-olds, whose informal access to alcohol is likely to have increased, as well as 20-21 year-olds, who were unaffected by the change in law.The results, published in the American Journal of Public Health, show there are more assaults in male youths 15-19, but not for girls the same age.http://www.3news.co.nz/Young-male-violence-higher-with-lower-drinking-age/tabid/423/articleID/349372/Default.aspxlast_img read more

Health sector improvements will increase life span of population

Health sector improvements will increase life span of population

first_img Share LocalNews Health sector improvements will increase life span of population by: – December 8, 2011 Share Share Sharing is caring!center_img Tweet 51 Views   no discussions Health Minister cutting ribbon to the Ambulatory Care UnitMinister of Health Julius Timothy says improvements being made in the health sector will increase the life span of the population in the long run.Mr Timothy who was speaking at the official opening ceremony of the ambulatory care unit and refurbishment of dialysis unit at the Princess Margaret Hospital on Monday said the government can now boast of its own oxygen plant and will soon complete the construction of an isolation unit.He says the construction of a state of the art conference center is also in the pipeline.“The improvements we are making; I expect in the next five years, we will hear most death announcements of people who are in their nineties and hundreds. That is how I expect us to go. This is part of your government improving the services and the equipment available at the hospital. We now have our own oxygen plant. We no longer have to buy oxygen from private sector people. We manufacture our own oxygen here. Not only can we now supply the hospital with oxygen, but we can now boast of supplying all health centers on the island,” he explained.Timothy said government is now in the process of refurbishing the sections of the hospital to accommodate an isolation building.“That isolation building will be used to treat patients with infectious diseases such as the H1N1, that we will be able to fit the people somewhere away from the patients. Also with the help of the Ross University we are going to convert the upstairs into a state of the art conference center,” he explained.Meantime Timothy says the introduction of a new hyperbaric chamber will also improve the health of those diabetics who have had their legs amputated.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more