Police Chaplains Work With Families of Abducted and Murdered Children, Along With Victims of Other M

With recent abductions and murders by sexual predators, Police Chaplains have their hands full assisting grieving families and communities. One such minister, veteran Police Chaplain Dave Fair, has just released his new book, Mastering Law Enforcement Chaplaincy. With stories ripped from the headlines, of his, over 15 years in Ministry. Fair's book is written to assist Chaplains in learning to assist families through tragedy. In the touching stories such as the death of children and the loss of a police officer, among others, anyone would find this book helpful in assisting families and friends in grief and loss. It’s an easy read yet compelling as it shows how Faith and the human spirit can prevail in times of trouble.

Aethlon Medical Presents at National AIDS Conference

Aethlon Medical, Inc. (OTCBB: AEMD) announced that the Company presented yesterday evening at the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) National HIV/AIDS Update Conference in Oakland, California. The presentation, which highlighted the clinical development of the Aethlon Hemopurifier(TM) to control HIV drug resistance, was given by Aethlon Medical Chief Scientific Officer, Dr. Richard Tullis.

Data processing joins fight to treat cancer

Laboratory technicians battling cancer want to improve diagnosis and treatment of the disease. But they are drowning in data from modern biological techniques. New Web-based software – validated in three European oncology hospitals – can extract potentially life-saving knowledge from such data in minutes.

Are Camilla And Charles “Fit” For Married Life?

With Charles and Camilla’s big day approaching the UK baby boom generation is being encouraged to adopt a new exercise plan from the Institute of Sport and Recreation Management. The programme is designed to make people over 50 aware of the benefits of physical exercise and show them how to increase their energy levels and general health. Keeping active and doing weight bearing exercise in their fifties is the ideal way for Charles (56) and Camilla (57) to protect against conditions such as osteoporosis, heart disease, strokes and some cancers, whilst allowing them to enjoy a long and healthy marriage.

Children Receiving Medical Treatments Need to Play

Medical facilities treating children often have problems providing the one ingredient so necessary for kids struggling with severe illness and injury – play. Now a non-profit foundation is actively helping to bring joy and happiness into the lives of hospitalized children, and medical facilities are grateful for the much-needed help.

Remote healthcare monitoring not so distant

Efficient, effective and reliable remote healthcare monitoring is a holy grail in medicine but solutions have so far proved elusive. But it took a step closer to reality with the successful conclusion of pilot tests under the E-Care project.

Taking the pulse of Europe’s e-health market

Are Europe’s hospitals equipped to meet e-health opportunities? This type of issue was covered by the Health Information Network Europe (HINE) in the largest ever survey of hospitals in Europe, just one of a range of studies it offers members.