Alabamian Author Pens Historical Novel Based in Alabama

March 26, 2013


Marian Powell brings to life early Alabama in her new novel.

BP Lawsuit Helpdesk for BP Oil SPill for BP Lawyer or Class Action Attorney

May 20, 2010


The CEPAC Lawyer Blog Marketing team has assembled an experienced team of BP Lawsuit writers for this effort. Federal class action lawsuit against BP oil spill spurs influx of legal assistance. Disaster is clouding the waters of the Gulf of Mexico after the BP operated oil platform Deepwater Horizon exploded and sank on April 20, […]

Childhood vaccine guidelines updated

January 5, 2010


New schedules for childhood and teen vaccines have been released. U.S. (WiredPRNews.com) – Updated guidelines for childhood and teen vaccines have been released. As reported by HealthDay News, the schedule includes new recommendations by the American Academy of Pediatrics, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Family Physicians including […]

Student uses music to comfort dying patients

January 2, 2010


A student is using music to comfort patients who are nearing the end of their lives. Alabama (WiredPNews.com) – A University of Alabama student is using music therapy to comfort dying patients. As reported by HealthDay News, Sarah Pitts, who is majoring in music therapy at the University of Alabama, plays guitar and sings for […]

Education linked to health issues

October 12, 2009


Several studies suggest a correlation exists between poor health and a lack of education. USA (WiredPRNews.com) – Some health issues have been linked to poor education. As reported by HealthDay News, experts state that there is research to support the notion that adults who have not obtained a certain level of education are more likely […]

Limited Sunshine May Affect Thinking

August 25, 2009


A new study suggests that limited sunlight can impact thinking in people with depression. Press Release Service – Wired PR News – A new study suggests that limited sunlight can have an impact on the cognitive functions of individuals dealing with depression. As reported by Reuters, University of Alabama at Birmingham researchers examined the relationship […]

Genes May Be Predictors for Brain Cancer Survival

July 16, 2009


A new study links seven genes to brain cancer survival. Press Release Service – Wired PR News – A new study suggests that seven genes could predict patient brain cancer survival. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), researchers examined gene profiles of hundreds of cancer patients and found seven genes that may be predictors […]

Obama Makes Surgeon General Nomination

July 15, 2009


The president chooses Dr. Regina Benjamin as his nominee for Surgeon General. Press Release Service – Wired PR News – President Barack Obama has announced his nomination for U.S. Surgeon General. As reported by ABC News, Obama named Alabama physician, Dr. Regina Benjamin, as his choice for the position on Monday. As noted in the […]

Judge Dismisses Murder Charge Against Alabama Mom

April 11, 2009


The judge dismissed the case Thursday due to a botched autopsy. Wired PR News – Charges have been dismissed against an Alabama mother accused of murdering her baby. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), Circuit Judge James Moore dismissed the case brought against Bridget Lee after expert reviews of an autopsy concluded that a […]

Supreme Court Decision Diverges from Exclusionary Rule

January 19, 2009


The Supreme Court rules that evidence can be used for conviction despite police mistakes. Wired PR News – The Supreme Court has decided that evidence illegally obtained or taken in error by police may be used for criminal prosecution. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), the Court’s ruling Wednesday puts a new spin on […]

 
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