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Cosmetic Surgery Center of North Carolina

Category: Medicine - Surgery
Location: North Carolina - United States

Offering and array of cosmetic dermatology and facial plastic surgery procedures.

 
Botox Training for Nurses

Category: Education
Location: - - United States

Botox Training for Nurses. The American Association of Aesthetic Medicine & Surgery company can provide detailed training courses for Family Physicians located within the West Coast.

 
Aesthetic Medicine Course

Category: Education
Location: Pune - India

Compiled Aesthetic Medicine Course - Get 4 courses at the price of 2. Register for Aesthetic Medicine Courses, Laser Training Course, Botox Courses, Dermal Fillers Course, Cosmetic Medicine Courses, Cosmetic Medicine Training, Botox Training.

 
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Back on his feet, Boston bombing survivor to return to sidelines
By Elizabeth Barber BOSTON (Reuters) - A year ago Tuesday, John Odom was dead, if only briefly. Odom had been standing at the Boston Marathon finish line, waiting for his daughter to finish the race when twin pressure-cooker bombs detonated, tea...

Crankier Babies May Get More TV Time
MONDAY, April 14, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Fussy and demanding babies are likely to spend slightly more time plopped in front of a TV or computer screen when they're toddlers than are "easier" babies, new research finds. It's not clear just what t...

Wall Street ends up after Citi results, retail sales
By Ryan Vlastelica NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks closed higher on Monday as Citigroup's earnings and strong retail sales gave investors reasons to buy equities despite a resurgence of geopolitical uncertainties. Equities opened higher as ...

CBO slightly lowers U.S. deficit estimates as health subsidies fall
By David Lawder and David Morgan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Health insurance subsidies under the Affordable Care Act will cost slightly less than previously thought, helping to slow down the forecast growth of U.S. deficits over the next decade, the ...

Wall Street rises after volatility late in the day
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks closed higher on Monday after volatility late in the session, though geopolitical concerns prompted investors to again take profits in high-flying names. Based on the latest available data, the Dow Jones industrial...

New York finalizes $8 billion Medicaid accord with federal government
By Edward Krudy NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York State said it finalized an agreement with the U.S. government on Monday allowing it to reinvest $8 billion of federal money in its health insurance system for low income people while avoiding potentia...

Teachers, staff return to Pittsburgh-area school where 22 stabbed
Four critically injured boys remained hospitalized following the attack last Wednesday at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville. A 16-year-old student at the school, Alex Hribal, has been charged as an adult with attempted homicide and agg...

CBO sees relatively modest premium hikes for Obamacare benchmark plan
By David Morgan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The average premium for an Obamacare benchmark plan will rise slightly in 2015 and increase about 6 percent a year during the rest of this decade, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) said on Mo...

Wall Street pares gains as biotech turns negative
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks cut their gains on Monday, with the Nasdaq falling and the S&P 500 turning nearly flat as biotech shares reversed an early rally to drop sharply. The Nasdaq biotech index fell 1.7 percent after earlier rising as hi...

Too much animal protein tied to higher diabetes risk
By Kathryn Doyle NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who eat the most protein, especially from animal sources, are more likely to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, according to a study of European adults. Instead, it compared the diets of people...

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