It may take five or more minutes before an emergency department in Los Angeles gets to the scene of a fresh incident. It
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I get a lot of questions about simplifying circulation, a way people move through spaces and rooms. Last month, I received a contact request from Trinidad asking for advice on a "residential concept" that had major circulation issues.
When The Post called me to renew my own subscription, I confirmed all of this from the telephone saleswoman. The Denver Post
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If you have severe Raynaud's you can talk to your doctor about medical treatments. Some medications can help widen the blood vessels like vasodilators and calcium channel blockers, while others medications may aggravate the situation.
To explain more about the CVGPS program, I'm honored to turn this space over to Dr. Joseph Loscalzo, the chairman of the
After monitoring the heart rates of 985 adults over a five-year period, researchers found that those who walked more and
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Print media, including magazines, that complain of reduced revenues, rising costs, shrinking circulation and see-sawing advertising, have felt the pinch, but thanks to innovative approaches, countless publishers are recouping their losses and widening their reach.
The newspaper industry, devastated during the recession, had another bad year in 2010. Overall, circulation for newspapers
A study in the Journal Nature Genetics showed some people are genetically predisposed to age more rapidly than others. Age-associated diseases are more related to biological rather than chronological age.
One victim of decreased circulation -- thanks partly to popular websites like Huffington Post -- is the New York Times, which reports a whopping 9.2% decline on Sundays and 3.8% daily.