2007-02-22 06:11:01

Vacation Rentals - From anywhere around the world, Beach, Snowy


Vacation Rentals Lodging Rental Homes, Condos, Villas, Cottages and Cabins Costa Azul Condo Cozumel Vacation Rental Studio Bed 1 Bath Sleeps 2
Source: vrfr.com

cozumel vacation rental - cozumel vacation rental - BlogHoster
Description Cozumel vacation rental phuket rayong more Cozumel vacation rental destination thailand guide information and cozumel vacation rental convenience of being set apart from the boxes
Source: cancerblog.com.au

Cozumel Vacation Rentals on VacationHomes.com
Description of This Cozumel Vacation Rental: Cozumel’s new beachfront luxury condominium is wating for you on the island’s northern white sand coastline along San Juan beach.
Source: www.vacationhomes.com

About Cozumel Vacation Home Rentals
Would you enjoy being a part of true Mexican culture or prefer being just another tourist? Consider these questions and then reserve your Cozumel Vacation Rental Casa Carlita.
Source: 005b82f.netsolhost.com

Costa Azul Condo Cozumel - Vacation Rental Guestbook
Stayed at Costa Azul 2 weeks in 2004 and 2 weeks in 2005. Planning on returning in 2006 for 2 more weeks. I think this is a great place and is well-situated for diving, dining or just loafing.
Source: www.rentors.org

No Tags
Filed under: — @ 2007-02-22 06:11:01
2007-02-22 06:10:58

20 years of experience. Sightseeing tours, trains, transfers


20 years of experience. Sightseeing tours, trains, transfers in Cozumel. … Cozumel Map. Cozumel Hotels. Filter by Rating: All Superior First Superior Moderate …
Source: www.beachdestinations.com

No Tags
Filed under: — @ 2007-02-22 06:10:58
2007-02-22 06:10:55

Mexico All Inclusive Vacation Package Specials


3-Nights Cozumel, Melia Cozumel Resort, Golf and Country Club Land Only 06/01/06 - 12/14/06: Cozumel: 3: Melia Cozumel Golf & Country Club $ 242
Source: www.allinclusivevacationtravel.com

Cozumel Tour Review
Melia Cozumel Resort - Cozumel - Melia Cozumel Resort Reviews Melia Cozumel, Cozumel: See 270 traveler reviews Write a review . What was your experience with Melia Cozumel?
Source: www.mexico-vacation.org

Cozumel Hotels Resorts : TravelYucatan.com
Melia Cozumel Resort: Beach $145.54: Occidental Allegro Cozumel: Beach: AI $152.68: Occidental Grand Cozumel: Beach: AI $177.68: Palma Dorada Inn: Downtown $15.50: Park Royal Cozumel: Beach: AI $174.11
Source: www.travelyucatan.com

Hot Mexico Deals and All inclusive Mexico Vacations and Travel
3-Nights Cozumel, Melia Cozumel Resort, Golf and Country Club - Land Only Submit a travel request!
Source: www.mexicanvacations.com

No Tags
Filed under: — @ 2007-02-22 06:10:55
2007-02-22 02:27:00

Flybe - flybecruises.com | the UK's favourite cruise specialist -



flybecruises.com | the UK's favourite cruise specialist - cheap cruises, mini ... UK & Europe, cruising is the new and exciting holiday offering from Flybe.com. ...
Source: www.flybecruise.com

Flybe - Wikipedia - Translate this page
Flybe ist eine englische Billigfluggesellschaft mit Sitz am englischen Flughafen ... August 2005 musste eine Maschine der flybe auf dem Weg von Birmingham nach ...
Source: de.wikipedia.org

Flybe
... how to enjoy these activities around the flybe network. Beaches/Families ... Contact Flybe.'s car rental partner Avis for the best available car hire rates. ...
Source: destinationsflybe.com

UN-Cast News BBC Wire: england:devon:6112848
Devon-based airline Flybe is to double in size as it takes over BA's regional airline business. ... the move means that Flybe will become the largest regional ...
Source: networks.org

Transportation :: Belfast's Official Tourism Website - Gotobelfast.com
Fly to the heart of Belfast by flying to Belfast City airport with flybe. ... The award winning airline, flybe, is the 3rd largest low fares airline in the UK. ...
Source: www.gotobelfast.com

Airreview.Com - FlyBE British European
AirReview - FlyBE Airline review ... to sell the regional operation of its subsidiary airline BA Connect to Flybe. ... FlyBE is an airline that can never ...
Source: airreview.members.beeb.net

Flybe baggage allowance question - Timesharetalk Forum
Flybe baggage allowance question - Timesharetalk Forum - The timeshare forum for ... someone can help with this - the flybe website doesn't answer my question, they ...
Source: www.timesharetalk.co.uk
Filed under: — @ 2007-02-22 02:27:00
2007-02-21 00:00:00

St. John’s Wort - Ten Brands Studies

Consumer Labs is a unbiased lab that evaluated supplements and determines if that contain the ingredients that they claim.? The following is from a report that was published from consumer labs in which they studies 10 different brands of St. John’s wort.

The vast majority of double blind placebo-controlled studies have found that St. John’s wort extracts are effective as a treatment for mild to moderate depression. However, three well-publicizedhuman studies found no benefit with St. John’s wort; two of them also found the antidepressant with which St. John’s wort was compared ineffective for treating depression. These seemingly paradoxical results may have been due to factors such as the products tested, the outcomes being measured, and the number of people involved in the studies. Note that the expression “mild to moderate depression” does not refer to mere “blues” or “moodiness.” Rather, it means “major depression of mild to moderate severity.” This rather confusing terminology refers to true clinical depression, simply not the most severe form of clinical depression. (As a rule of thumb, people with the most severe forms of clinical depression are probably depressed enough to need hospitalization. People with mild to moderate major depression usually do not need hospitalization.) St. John’s wort does not cause euphoria and, like regular antidepressants, is unlikely to elevate mood in people who aren’t truly depressed.

When used for mild to moderate depression, St. John’s wort appears to offer approximately the same amount of benefits as standard antidepressants including antidepressants in the SSRI (Prozac) category. For severe major depression, standard antidepressants are thought to be more effective than St. John’s wort.

One study involving menopausal women withdepression found that a combination of St. John’s wort and black cohosh extracts improved both menopause symptoms and mood. St. John’s wort is also sometimes tried for other conditions in which standard antidepressants might be recommended, such as anxiety, attention deficit disorder, PMS, seasonal affective disorder (SAD), chronic pain, insomnia, neuropathic pain, obsessive compulsive disorder, social phobia, and quitting smoking, but there is no reliable evidence as yet that it really works for these purposes.?

Among the 10 products selected by ConsumerLab.com for evaluation, only four passed the testing. The other six failed for the following reasons:

  • Two were immediately dropped from further testing because they lacked information about the part of the St. John’s wort plant used (which should be the aerial portions, e.g., flowers and leaves) ? a FDA labeling requirement under the 1994 Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act. The products are:
    • MRM Metabolic Response Modifiers? St. John’s Wort
    • Sci-Fit St. John’s Wort
  • Two supplements failed testing due to contamination with heavy metals. Interestingly, these were the only two products to contain some or all of their St. John’s wort as whole herb, rather than extract. Extracts may benefit from removal of these metals during their processing. Although alone these products do not pose a health risk, they represent avoidable sources of contaminants:
    • Solaray? Organically Grown St. John’s Wort exceeded by over 100% the cadmium limit proposed for medicinal plants by the World Health Organization (WHO). It may seem odd that the product was contaminated despite its claim to be “certified” as organically grown. While this implies the non-use of chemical pesticides, one should not assume that it assures the absence of other contaminants.
    • Spring Valley? Standardized Extract St. Johns Wort 0.3% exceeded the WHO limit for cadmium by a small amount and also contained slightly more lead than permitted by the State of California without a warning label.
  • Two products contained somewhat less of the St. John’s wort compounds claimed on their labels:
    • Pure Encapsulations? Hypericum 0.3? (St. John’s Wort) had only 59% of its claimed hyperforin and 89% of its claimed hypericin.
    • Source Naturals? St. John’s Wort 450? had 84% of its claimed hypericin.

The four brand of St. John’s wort that were recommended by consumer labs are as follows:

Doctor’s Trust? Vitamins St. John’s Wort Extract (300 mg standardized extract per capsule, 1-2 per day)

Gaia Herbs St. John’s Wort Extra Strength (450 mg liquid extract per tablet, 2 per day)

Kira? St. John’s Wort (300 mg extract per tablet, 3 per day)

MRM Metabolic Response Modifiers? St. John’s Wort 450 mg 0.3% Hypercins (450 mg per capsule, 1-2 per day)

Filed under: — @ 2007-02-21 00:00:00
2007-02-20 02:28:00

Market report: Miners dig FTSE out of hole  (Flybe)



Closing market report: The FTSE 100 recovered from early losses as a strong performance from miners outweighed a fall in pharmaceuticals shares. By Nick Fletcher.
Source: business.guardian.co.uk

Saturday's football gossip 
Jose Mourinho is off to Madrid with Ronaldo, plus other rumours
Source: news.bbc.co.uk

Anglesey-Cardiff air link in sight 
Cardiff International Airport has submitted tenders to the Welsh Assembly Government for the new and politically important North to South Wales air link which will operate between Anglesey (RAF Valley) and Cardiff International.
Source: www.newswales.co.uk

Ryanair criticises passenger levy 
Ryanair attacks Cornwall County Council over its controversial departure tax at Newquay Airport.
Source: news.bbc.co.uk

BA CONNECT TAKEOVER DELAYED AGAIN 
FLYBE's takeover of BA Connect has been delayed again. The deal, already postponed from December, was due to be signed today (Thursday). But yesterday, Flybe announced that the deadline could not be met and the sale was now likely to go through in mid-February.
Source: www.iomonline.co.im

Monday, February 19, 2007 
Daily Times Monitor LAHORE: A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Boeing 777 was preparing to take off for New York when one of its wings clipped the tail of domestic airliner Flybe Dash 8 at Manchester Airport, and both aircrafts had to be grounded, according to a report in The Manchester Evening News.
Source: www.pakistanlink.com

BA CEO eyeing major plane order 
British Airways expects to announce a major plane order by late summer, Chief Executive Willie Walsh said on Friday.
Source: www.boston.com

Fiver on flights a stealth tax 
TRAVELLERS faced few problems at the airport following the increase in air-passenger duty yesterday.
Source: www.thisisguernsey.com

Low cost airlines unite against EU 
The European Commissions latest proposal for airport charges are unnecessary and will seriously damage the benefits of the liberalised air transport market, according to Europes low cost airlines.
Source: www.mad.co.uk

BA CEO eyeing major plane order 
British Airways expects to announce a major plane order by late summer, Chief Executive Willie Walsh said on Friday.
Source: news.yahoo.com
Filed under: — @ 2007-02-20 02:28:00
2007-02-15 00:00:00

Tolven Healthcare Innovations has ready to run open source healthcare apps

Check out Tolven Healthcare Innovations — they’ve got this open source software (language from their website):

  • An electronic Personal Health Record solution (ePHR) that will enable consumers to record and selectively share healthcare information about themselves and their loved ones in a secure manner.
  • An electronic Clinician Health Record solution (eCHR) that enables physicians and other healthcare providers to securely access healthcare information collated from any number of trusted sources relating to an individual patient in a structured and easily accessible way.
  • A healthcare informatics platform that enables all healthcare data to be stored and accessed via the ePHR and eCHR solutions. The platform is based on industry standard technologies and data models.

The software was a little hard to install (a few major prerequisites like Postgres, OpenLDAP) so I didn’t have time to try it out today but plan on getting to it soon. Meanwhile, if the guys from Tolven are listening, please consider creating a VMware image that will run in VMware Player so it’s just a “download and go” trial. Tolven engineers — drop me a note if you need some help with the database schema, I’ve done many db reviews and would be happy to get involved.

Filed under: — @ 2007-02-15 00:00:00
2007-02-15 00:00:00

Excellent tips, tricks, and advice for those going to the HIMSS Conference

Tim Gee does some wonderful posts on medical devices and interoperability. Like any good blogger, he’s a good writer and he really knows his subject matter. Recently, he wrote a series of articles on how to get the most out of your trip to the Annual HIMSS pilgrimage. If you’re going and want to get some tips, tricks, and advice, check out:

  • Getting the Most from HIMSS - Providers
  • HIMSS Tips for Vendors - Competitive Intelligence
  • HIMSS Tips for Vendors - Closing Sales
  • Getting the Most From HIMSS

By the way, if you’re a vendor who’s exhibited in the past but is not exhibiting this year, can you drop us some comments about why you might not be attending this year?

Filed under: — @ 2007-02-15 00:00:00
2007-02-15 00:00:00

Tolven Healthcare Innovations has ready to run open source healthcare apps

Check out Tolven Healthcare Innovations — they’ve got this open source software (language from their website):

  • An electronic Personal Health Record solution (ePHR) that will enable consumers to record and selectively share healthcare information about themselves and their loved ones in a secure manner.
  • An electronic Clinician Health Record solution (eCHR) that enables physicians and other healthcare providers to securely access healthcare information collated from any number of trusted sources relating to an individual patient in a structured and easily accessible way.
  • A healthcare informatics platform that enables all healthcare data to be stored and accessed via the ePHR and eCHR solutions. The platform is based on industry standard technologies and data models.

The software was a little hard to install (a few major prerequisites like Postgres, OpenLDAP) so I didn’t have time to try it out today but plan on getting to it soon. Meanwhile, if the guys from Tolven are listening, please consider creating a VMware image that will run in VMware Player so it’s just a “download and go” trial. Tolven engineers — drop me a note if you need some help with the database schema, I’ve done many db reviews and would be happy to get involved.

Filed under: — @ 2007-02-15 00:00:00
2007-02-15 00:00:00

Excellent tips, tricks, and advice for those going to the HIMSS Conference

Tim Gee does some wonderful posts on medical devices and interoperability. Like any good blogger, he’s a good writer and he really knows his subject matter. Recently, he wrote a series of articles on how to get the most out of your trip to the Annual HIMSS pilgrimage. If you’re goingand want to get some tips, tricks, and advice, check out:

  • Getting the Most from HIMSS - Providers
  • HIMSS Tips for Vendors - Competitive Intelligence
  • HIMSS Tips for Vendors - Closing Sales
  • Getting the Most From HIMSS

By the way, if you’re a vendor who’s exhibited in the past but is not exhibiting this year, can you drop us some comments about why you might not be attending this year?

Filed under: — @ 2007-02-15 00:00:00
« Previous PageNext Page »