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The TMS Collaborative in New Hampshire Celebrates its First Anniversary and Clinic Expansion

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- In September 2019, Dr. Paul Belliveau and partners launched The TMS Collaborative as a way to bring the cutting-edge technology of TMS to New Hampshire and beyond. TMS therapy is an FDA-approved, safe, and non-invasive treatment for patients suffering from Major Depressive Disorder (MDD).

Pure Protein, LLC to Exhibit at the American Society for Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics (ASHI) 46th Annual Meeting

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Pure Protein, LLC (Pure Protein) an HLA company that has developed comprehensive analytical capabilities in the field of human leukocyte antigen (HLA) immunology and an approach to produce soluble forms of the HLA molecule (sHLA), announced today that it will be an exhibitor at the ASHI VIRTUAL ANNUAL MEETING, October 19 - 21, 2020.

Hawaii’s First PPE N-95 Mask Factory Opens in Kona

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Kona Mask Co. LLC, located in Kailua-Kona near Costco, will begin producing N-95 and flat-pleated masks using two automated machines. "We can produce 1 million masks every 3 weeks made right here in Hawaii," says Nicolas Garcia, CEO of Kona Mask.

Colorado Public Health Initiative to Keep Eye Emergencies Out of Emergency Rooms This Winter

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Doctors of optometry across Colorado, 2020 Eyes Colorado, and the Colorado Optometric Association (COA) have launched an October awareness initiative to educate Coloradans on Eye Emergencies: Where to Go and What to Do.

New Mental Health Crisis ‘Battered American Syndrome’ is Growing, According to Podcaster Psychotherapist Dr. Stephanie Knarr

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Dr. Stephanie Knarr first started using the term "Battered American Syndrome" on a recent episode of her Podcast: Dr. Stephanie Show's Podcast. In addition to the mental health crisis caused by COVID isolation, symptoms of Battered American Syndrome are common, putting Americans at an even greater risk for suicide.

PainExam Launches Ultrasound Interventional Pain Management CME Live Webinar Training Series

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- PainExam, a prestigious CME certified pain medicine board review platform, develops new and exclusive Ultrasound Pain Management CME Courses, schedules next live CME webinar event for Oct. 18, 2020.

The Joy Factory Launches AgileGo – New Healthcare Mobile Tablet Cart Line

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The Joy Factory, Inc. proudly presents AgileGo(TM) a new line of mobile tablet carts in support of the healthcare industry. These rolling carts are specifically designed for nurses, doctors, and clinicians to address increasing demands for telehealth, patient engagement, and patient interpretation.

Microbiome Expert Dr. Sabine Hazan of ProgenaBiome Shares Evidence of Alzheimer’s Improvement Post-FMT

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Dr. Sabine Hazan, founder of ProgenaBiome, a genetic sequencing lab in California, achieved rapid improvement in Alzheimer's disease (AD) symptoms in an 82-year-old male patient following fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT).

Dr. Lisel Balk Joins the Spodak Dental Group Team in Florida

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Dr. Lisel Balk, a general dentist with more than eight years of experience in the dental field, joins the prestigious team of general and specialty dentists at the Spodak Dental Group. A passionate dentist who prides herself on providing the best possible care to her patients, Dr. Lisel is driven to help her patients achieve their highest quality of life, starting with their smile.

LucidDx Labs Expands COVID-19 Testing Program with Patent-pending Oral Rinse Collection ‘Quiksal’

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- LucidDx Labs (LucidDx), one of Ohio's leading diagnostic testing laboratories, has recently announced plans to expand its widespread COVID-19 testing beyond only high-priority individuals presenting with symptoms of the novel coronavirus, but also to now provide much-needed increased testing capacity to local physician offices, nursing homes, area hospitals, municipalities and employers affected by the pandemic.

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