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Development of an Illness Diary to Expand Communication," Scand J Prim Health Care, 15:4 (1997), 175-9; K Malterud and H Hollnagel, "Encouraging the Strengths of Women Patients: A Case Study from General Practice on Empowering Dialogues," Scand J Public Health, 27:4 (1999), 254-9; S Steihaug, B Ahlsen and K Malterud, "From Exercise and Education to Movement and Interaction: Treatment Groups in Primary Care for Women with Chronic Muscular Pain," Scand J Prim Health Care, 19:4 (2001), 249-54.
16) J Thesen, "From Oppression Towards Empowerment in Clinical Practice--Offering Doctors a Model for Reflection," Scand J Public Health Suppl.
Stuge B et al (2003) Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand 82: 983-990.
com)-- A few months ago Scand development team accomplished a system for sports competition management.
A review of epidemiological studies from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm concluded that influencing the serum lipid profile may reduce dementia risk (Acta Neurol Scand 2006; 185: 50-57).
Scand was founded in 2000 (Minsk, Belarus) and primarily focuses on software application development and product development using cutting-edge .
Statin drugs may help treat or prevent Alzheimer's disease (AD) by reducing inflammation according to researchers from the Boston University School of Medicine (Wolozin B, Manger J, Bryant R, Cordy J, Green RC, McKee A, Acta Neurol Scand Suppl.
Scand provides an efficient solution to this problem: the software reads information from these servers using API or a special robot, saves the information in its storage and then displays it in the way convenient for the user.
As a result Scand created an enterprise mobility software solution, which provides tight security and high reliability and allows only people authorized to have access to information.
Flamboyant Scands Turbonegro release glam rock-influenced Locked Down (**) for boys in make-up.