Alberta earmarks $45M for new family care clinics The Alberta government is spending $45 million on starting up nine family care clinics. Health Minister Fred Horne said Thursday that these will be part of small community networks where many health professionals team up to give patients several services.
Of mice and men: Lab rodents react differently to male researchers than female It turns out the best-laid research plans involving mice and men have a bit of a wrinkle – the lab rodents appear to react differently to male scientists during experiments than they do to females.
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Metagenics, Vitamin Angels team up for global child nutrition drive Aliso Viejo, Calif.-based Metagenics, Inc., a nutrigenomics and lifestyle medicine company focused on improving health, has partnered with Vitamin Angels in its efforts to help distribute essential vitamins and minerals to 100,000 children worldwide.
Program recognizes best employers supporting workers living with arthritis The Arthritis Consumer Experts (ACE) has launched a nationwide search for best arthritis strategies and practices in Canadian workplaces, in a bid to recognize successful employers that are paying more attention to the needs of employees living with arthritis.