Posts Tagged "myron pyzyk"

Ukraine – Market Access Plan 2017

Posted by on Aug 15, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Ukraine – Market Access Plan 2017

Ukraine is a priority emerging market under the Government of Canada – Global Markets Action Plan.  Please follow this link to learn more about exporting from Canada to Ukraine or importing from Ukraine to Canada.     http://international.gc.ca/global-markets-marches-mondiaux/markets-marches/map_ukraine-pam_ukraine.aspx?lang=eng

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Hot Topics in Nutrition & Food Safety (Source: U.S. Food & Drug Administration)

Posted by on Oct 17, 2012 in Blog | 3 comments

Hot Topics in Nutrition & Food Safety (Source: U.S. Food & Drug Administration)

  People eat to sustain life. Food therefore serves the basic needs of life. In the industrialized world and in countries considered as emerging markets, food functions both to sustain life as well as enjoy life. Foods in society should be nutritious but it should also act as a sociopsychological and cultural food-for-the-soul. All safe foods are foods but not all foods are safe foods. The FDA provides several useful sites for better understanding important foods or food components to ensure both nutrition & food safety. To find out more information about nutrition & safety in...

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Slowing Cell Death – Saving Lives

Posted by on Aug 28, 2012 in Blog | 1 comment

Normal Cell Death or ‘Apoptosis’ Apoptosis is a form of cell death that is fundamental to both normal function and malfunction of organs in the body. It is a form of cell death in which single cells die in the midst of living tissue and normally, the above helps in the normal process of cell turnover.Apoptosis appears to be genetically regulated  however, apoptosis can be induced by exposing cells to radiation, heat, cytotoxic agents, and abnormal changes in cellular biology. Too little cell death can result in proliferative disorders, such as neoplastic disorders or autoimmune disease...

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Staggering Costs of Strokes & Heart Attacks

Posted by on Oct 26, 2011 in Blog | 1 comment

Acquired Brain Injury – Cerebrovascular Accident (‘Stroke’) ‘Stroke’ refers to a group of conditions caused by the occlusion (blockage) or haemorrhage from blood vessels that supply the brain. Occlusion of the artery produces cerebral ischemia or brain cell death. Many stroke patients can either be left permanently disabled or instead die as a result of their stroke. A majority of strokes involve the occlusion of an artery (conservatively assessed at 70% of all strokes) and the treatment-of-choice targets the reopening of an occluded artery using thrombolytics agents....

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Terrible Costs of Spinal Cord Injuries – Society, Family & Patient

Posted by on Oct 16, 2011 in Blog | 0 comments

Terrible Costs of Spinal Cord Injuries – Society, Family & Patient

Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI) According to French et al (2007), there are approximately 253,000 Americans living with a spinal cord injury (SCI)           disability and about 11,000 SCI hospitalizations occurring per annum. The annual cost of SCI is estimated at $9.7                 billion. There is significant variation in the average annual health care and living costs, reflecting the severity of injury. First-         year injury costs vary from $218,504 (incomplete motor function) to $741,425 (high tetraplegia; C1–C4 injuries) in May  2006 dollars. Spinal Cord Injury /...

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