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99) On the other hand, with a regulatory framework such as NHPR, the United States could preempt most health risks by approving the product prior to consumption by over one hundred million Americans.
Enormous benefits would therefore emerge if new legislation was enacted, following the lead of the EU Directive or Canadian NHPR, in which new dietary ingredients must undergo pre-market approval.
Or so said Keith Shields, executive producer at NHPR, who fell on his sword in explaining the screw-up to the Union Leader.
This community outreach has defined the Hopkinton resident's time at NHPR, which she joined in 2005 after working for American Public Media in Minnesota.
Upon arriving at NHPR, she recognized that the station's aging studios and out-of-date technology were limiting its capabilities to meet the needs of citizens in the state.
Since then, NHPR has not only expanded its local news and programming, but its membership has grown from 13,000 to 18,000.
Also since she arrived, NHPR has won national grants to fund the popular program "Word of Mouth," as well as its Public Insight Network, which invites commentary from local listeners to aid on-air reporting.
Betsy Gardella of NHPR and Richard Ober of NHCF were on hand to present the award.
NHPR cancelled classical programming years ago, leaving little choice to New Hampshire's classical music lovers.
The inaugural recipient of the Next Gen Civic Leadership Award will be announced on-air on NHPR and be presented a $1,000 prize by NHPR President Betsy Gardella and Charitable Foundation President Richard Ober at NHPR's The Exchange Anniversary Gala on April 11 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord.
National Health) (OTCBB: NHPR - News), a leading provider of unique discount healthcare membership programs, announced today that it has entered into an agreement with a leading national internet marketing company.