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Press Releases from Jennings Online Marketing (7 total)

Clinical Trial Studies New Treatment For High-Risk Heart Patients

GREENVILLE, NC — Feb. 2, 2011 - A clinical trial under way at the East Carolina Heart Institute is testing the benefit of a new medical device designed to help high-risk people suffering from leaky heart valves. Dr. W. Randolph Chitwood Jr., director of the Heart Institute and professor of cardiovascular surgery at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, secured the clinical trial for the MitraClip System

Who Let The Dogs In, New Dog Health Resources For Dog Owners

Many owners are choosing to adopt and care for dogs from shelters and other organizations. Among the 10 most popular dog breeds are Labrador Retriever, Golden Retriever, German Shepherd Dog, Beagle, Dachshund, Yorkshire Terrier, Boxer, Poodle, Chihuahua, and Shih Tzu. With this diversity comes unique health problems. The Most Common Dog Health Problems Are: 1. Infections of all kinds. Many dogs suffer some type of infection, with ear

Chow Chow Health And Chow Training Secrets Revealed

Chows have health problems that need to be considered when buying. Owners of Chow Chows and Chow puppys need to be aware of their pets unique health needs. Chow Chow owners should take extra care and beware of problems such as hip dysplasia. Chow Chows are also prone to suffer eye irritation called entropion, caused by eyelid abnormality; this can be corrected with surgery. The Most Common Chow Health Problems

A New Ally In The Fight To Keep Dachshunds And Minature Dachshund Dogs Healthy

When the weather outside is frightful, some dogs need exta tender loving care. Owners of Dachshunds and Miniature Dachshund dogs need to be aware of their pets health needs. Dachshund and Miniature Dachshund owners should take extra care if their low-profile pets come in contact with the snow. Once a Dachshund becomes wet, they no longer have the capacity to stay insullated. Because of their small stature Dachshunds may

Dog Owners Agree That 2006 Will Be The Year Of The Dog

According to the Chinese calendar 2006 will be The Chinese Year Of The Dog. Those born under this sign are said to be honest, quiet, intelligent, generous, stubborn, loyal and faithful to those they love. For some dog lovers that's how they see their pets, and keeping them healthy is a big priority. The past year has seen an increased emphasis on dog health and owners being more proactive in

More Pet Owners Realizing That 'Christmas And New Years Are Going To The Dogs'

If health trends for dogs are similar to those for humans, pet owners are looking to keep their dogs healthier while spending less. The humanization of pet health is here to stay because owners consider their pets to be part of the family. As a result many people are choosing to adopt and care for pets from shelters and other organizations. The past year has seen a proliferation of natural

Debt Free Roadmap - Consumer looking to buy now, pay later despite holiday debt …

Families all over are enslaved by their debt racked up over the years. The burden is immense. They don't want anyone to know they’re having a hard time making ends meet – especially any kids that might be involved. Gifts must be given and the show must go on. Lexington, Kentucky - 12/9/2005 For many, debt is considered a normal part of life. This time of the year consumers think with their

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