Bioethics serves as an integrating course first delivered for the doctoral students in 2002 at LUHS
. The most important was that the teaching staff of humanitarian and biomedical sciences were invited to be teachers in bioethics.
(2) The international Countrywide Integrated Noncommunicable Disease Intervention (CINDI) project involving the Lithuanian population aged 25-65 years run by the Laboratory of Preventive Medicine, Institute for Biomedical Research, LUHS
Indian Defence Ministry is procuring 197 LUHs
of which 133 would go to the army while the remaining would be with the IAF.
Resynthesized plants can accumulate levels of C22:1 up to 60% (Luhs
and Friedt 1995).
The industry demands oils with a maximum concentration of the desired fatty acid because the use of such oils contributes to a reduction in the amount of waste and represents considerable savings in processing costs (Luhs
and Friedt, 1995; Murphy, 1999).
This is a sign the economy may be improving and people may have more disposable income to spend on cosmetic enhancements," said Victor Cimino, MD, a board-certified plastic surgeon at LUHS
Washington, Oct 19 (ANI): A research conducted at Loyola University Health System (LUHS
) has revealed that vitamin D deficiency is associated with a significant increase in lung transplant rejection.
"Evidence suggests that animal-assisted therapy (AAT) can have a positive effect on a patient's psychosocial, emotional and physical well being," said Julia Havey, RN, study presenter and senior systems analyst, Department of Medical Center Information Systems, Loyola University Health System (LUHS
Shazia Khan, co-medical director, Loyola Primary Care Center at Oakbrook Terrace, Loyola University Health System (LUHS
), has cited many dangerous fashion and beauty trends that include large bags or purses, high-heeled shoes, nickel jewellery and acrylic nails.
Linoleic acid contents typically range from 640 to 720 g [kg.sup.-1], while oleic acid contents typically range from 140 to 350 g [kg.sup.-1] among wild-type lines grown at high latitudes in the USA (44 [degrees] -48 [degrees] N) (Robertson et al., 1979; Luhs
and Friedt, 1994).