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Noel Coward's Hay Fever Opens May 5th at The Texas Repertory Theatre
Broadway World

Noel Coward's Hay Fever Opens May 5th at The Texas Repertory T...

The Texas Repertory Theatre Co., Houston's Uptown Classic Theatre, continues its 11th Anniversary "Emerging Visions" Season with a Noel Coward's sparkling romantic comedy Hay Fever, running May 5th - 29th. The eccentric Bliss family -- Judith, a ... Broadway World, 1 week ago

Simhasth Kumbh Mahaparv Mela begins tomorrow

Ujjain, MP, Apr 21: The month-long spiritual congregation which goes by the name of Simhasth Kumbh Mahaparv Mela will commence in this ancient temple town from tomorrow and preparation has been completed. Crores of devotees, cutting across the ...
 Newshence.com1 week ago
Monthly Prescribing Reference

Lamotrigine and pregnancy: The discrepancies regarding the oral clefts and dose-dependent risk of malformations

Lamotrigine for epilepsy may not increase risk of birth defects, study shows Investigating the association oral clefts with lamotrigine exposure during pregnancy is important since the analysis of the North American Antiepileptic Drugs Pregnancy ...
 British Medical Journal3 weeks ago Does Lamotrigine Use in Pregnancy Up Birth Defect Risk?  Monthly Prescribing Reference3 weeks ago Taking This Epilepsy Drug When Pregnant Will 'Not Significantly Increase Risk' Of Birth Defects  Huffington Post UK3 weeks ago Taking epilepsy drug during pregnancy may not increase risk of birth defects  News-Medical.Net3 weeks ago

Epilepsy drug exposure does not increase newborn orofacial cleft risk

medwireNews : Pregnant women with epilepsy should not rule out continuing lamotrigine therapy due to concerns that exposure could increase the risk of orofacial clefts (OCs) in their babies, say investigators. Their findings indicate that the ...
 MedWire News3 weeks ago
Physician's Briefing

Study Reveals Reassuring News For Pregnant Women With Epilepsy

Women who take the epilepsy drug lamotrigine during pregnancy will not "significantly" increase the risk of their child having birth defects, a new study suggests. Dr Helen Dolk of Ulster University in Ireland and her team looked at the data from ...
 Huffington Post UK3 weeks ago Lamotrigine in Pregnancy Not Linked to Certain Birth Defects  Physician's Briefing3 weeks ago Study Sees No Link Between Common Epilepsy Drug, Certain Birth Defects  EHE&Me3 weeks ago Epilepsy Drug & Certain Birth Defects Not Linked?  WebMD3 weeks ago

Bromley appoint Smith as manager

Neil Smith had stints at Gillingham, Fulham and Woking during his playing career National League side Bromley have appointed Neil Smith as their new manager on a two-year deal. The 44-year-old has been in interim charge since the Ravens parted ...
 BBC3 weeks ago

Lawcover goes West for new chairman

Prominent insurance industry director Duncan West has been appointed Non-Executive Chairman of the Lawcover group. He succeeds Robert Dolk, who has been chairman since 2012 and a director since 2010. Mr West is also Chairman of Hollard Holdings ... weeks ago Aussie insurer Lawcover announces new chairman  Corporate Risk & Insurance1 month ago

Julien's Auctions announces extraordinary Street and Contemporary Art Auction

BEVERLY HILLS, CA .- Julien's Auctions , the world record breaking auction house to the stars, has announced its biannual Street & Contemporary Art auction featuring extraordinary highlights from the world's most sought after street artists ...
 Artdaily.org1 month ago

Exam preparation for diagnostic ultrasound abdomen and obgyn

Upcoming SlideShare Loading in … 5 1. Exam Preparation for Diagnostic Ultrasound: Abdomen and OB/GYN Roger C. Sanders, Jann Dolk MA RT(R) RDMS, Nancy Smith Miner RT(R) RDMS 2. Publisher : LWW Release Date : 3. ISBN : 0781717787 Author : ...
 SlideShare.net1 month ago

Barrie mother joins campaign to combat fentanyl abuse

Tina Espey was a smart, loving and active teenager. However, her addiction to fentanyl ended her life at just 19-years-old. Fentanyl is an opioid-based pain killer, roughly 100 times stronger than morphine. The drug is a patch that some people ...
 CTV News1 month ago
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