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Road safety raised by Smartphone linked breathalyzer iBAC - Swedish patented design

Jun 14, 2012 09:54 EDT Alcosystems Many drivers use a breathalyzer to help them make sure that they are sober before driving. Some breathalyzers can however only detect high blood alcohol levels, giving breathalyzer users a false sense of security. The innovator Miguel Arias is behind the iBAC breathalyzer, which has been awarded top scores by The Swedish Abstaining Motorists’ Association (MHF) for its accuracy and reliability.

Feb 20, 2012 23:13 EST Florida experience Florida House Experience announces drug rehabilitation to Florida addicts that are in need of help to overcome their addiction. The Florida House Experience offers programs that include medical detoxification, residential rehabilitation, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, dual diagnosis, and sober living community.

Jan 05, 2012 05:10 EST Henry Ford Health System CONTACT:  Dwight Angell 876-8709

Dec 23, 2011 04:39 EST United Health Group UnitedHealthcare, a UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH) company, has extended its relationship with Healthways (Nasdaq: HWAY) for three additional years, allowing the company to offer the nationally acclaimed1 SilverSneakers® Fitness Program as a benefit of its Medicare Advantage plans through 2014. SilverSneakers has been a popular offering among UnitedHealthcare’s Medicare Advantage members in...

Dec 23, 2011 04:34 EST United Health Group OptumRx has announced an expansion of operations at its Overland Park customer and mail service facility, which translates to over 600 new jobs for the area. OptumRx, formerly known as Prescription Solutions, is a leading pharmacy benefits management (PBM) organization and one of the Optum companies of UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH). “In response to expected growth, we are increasing our mail...

Dec 23, 2011 04:03 EST American Cancer Society A new study finds that while colorectal cancer mortality rates dropped in the most recent two decades for every stage in both African Americans and whites, the decreases were smaller for African Americans, particularly for distant stage disease. The authors say concerted efforts to prevent or detect colorectal cancer at earlier stages in blacks could improve worsening black-white disparities.