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Snap those selfies, head to the mountains, and don’t break the bank. Those are just three insights into how deeper vacation memories are formed from a first-of-its-kind study released today by the world leader in vacation rentals, HomeAway®. The unprecedented examination of more than 700 summer vacationers found that those who take photographs and selfies remember their vacations 40 percent better than their less snap-happy counterparts. That said, there are limits: Those who spent more than two hours using phones and other devices were 26 percent less likely to remember vacation details. Perhaps most surprisingly, the study revealed that the amount of money spent on a vacation has no effect on its memorability, among numerous other actionable findings. To view the multimedia release go to: http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7978351-homeaway-vacation-memories-university-of-texas-study/
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Barcelona is hosting the third edition of the Wine & Culinary International Forum today, a biennial international conference dedicated to food and wine pairing promoted by Bodegas Torres. Over 250 professionals, including sommeliers, restaurant owners, distributors and journalists from almost 20 different countries, participated in the event. Celebrated in the Palau de Congressos de Catalunya, it provided a forum in which to reflect and discuss the complementary relationship between wine and food under the heading “Wine and World Cuisines.” The president of Bodegas Torres, Miguel A. Torres, opened the event, which featured talks, tastings and culinary demonstrations by a total of 20 national and international experts who are highly regarded in their fields. Among them, Josep Roca, sommelier at El Celler de Can Roca; the award winning wine-writer and journalist Sarah Jane Evans MW, an expert in Spanish wines as well as the former Chairman of the Institute of Masters of Wine; the prestigious French enologist Pascal Chatonnet, one of the leading researchers into the microbiological factors involved in the interaction between wine and oak; Canadian researcher François Chartier, a pioneer in the aromatic science of molecular food matching since 2004 and author of Taste Buds and Molecules, world’s best innovative food 2010; the renowned French wine critic Michel Bettane; and the endocrinologist Dr. Francisco Tinahones, a researcher at the University of Malaga. To view the multimedia release go to: http://www.multivu.com/players/uk/7948051-torres-wine-culinary-international-forum/
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The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) today released new advertising as part of its “From Hope to Cures” campaign, highlighting the stories of rare blood and lung cancer survivors. The newest video in the collection features Matt, who was diagnosed nearly seven years ago with advanced non-small cell lung cancer. When he was diagnosed, he was given a slim chance of living up to five years. However, today Matt continues to lead an active life due to recent advancements in targeted gene therapies and innovations in cancer medicines. The latest print and digital ads feature Jamie, a vibrant woman diagnosed 15 years ago with chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML). Watching her son grow up was a primary focus for her, and she’s been able to continue to do that and so much more. Thanks to advancements in CML treatments, today she maintains her sense of humor and imparts an infectious joy on those who meet her. Earlier this year, the first collection of digital and print ads was released featuring Rhys, a five-year-old living with type 1 diabetes and celiac disease. Unveiled alongside the advertising was a video, titled “We’re Fighting Back,” which features both Rhys and Jamie, as well as Jen, a researcher who wakes up every day working to find new treatments and cures for patients. To view the multimedia release go to: http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7738431-phrma-from-hope-to-cures/
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After only 16 weeks of existence, foetuses hear and respond to music as long as it is emitted from their mother’s vagina. Foetuses respond to this stimulus by opening their mouths and pulling their tongues out as far as possible, making vocalisation movements – prior to the acquisition of language. This is the main conclusion of the study conducted by the team of Institut Marquès, which boasts the collaboration of Alberto Prats, Professor of Anatomy and Human Embryology of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Barcelona. The study, entitled “Foetal facial expression in response to intravaginal music emission”, is published this week in the journal Ultrasound of the British Medical Ultrasound Society (BMUS). According to Dr. Marisa López-Teijón, the Head of Assisted Reproduction at Institut Marquès and the principal researcher and author of the clinical study: “We have discovered that the formula for foetuses to hear like us is to emit music from the mother’s vagina. They barely hear the sound that reaches them through their mother’s abdomen: the soft tissues of the abdomen and the inside of the mother’s body absorb the soundwaves”. To view the multimedia release go to: http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7647351-how-foetuses-hear-musical-stimuli/
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A recently published scientific study from Lund University by lead researcher Charlotte Erlanson-Albertsson, MD, PhD found that subjects who were trying to lose weight and used the patented spinach extract Appethyl on a daily basis lost 43 percent more weight compared to those ingesting a placebo. In this clinical trial, overweight women were given either a daily five gram dose of Appethyl or a control drink immediately before breakfast. Researchers found that the weight of the women ingesting Appethyl decreased significantly at 43 percent more than subjects ingesting the control drink. This is one of three studies that also compared the effects of Appethyl after 90 days with those found after the first dose and found no decline of effects, indicating that Appethyl takes effect after the first dose and is just as effective after long-term use. One study showed that Appethyl reduced hunger by 25 percent four hours after consumption, in addition to reducing thoughts about food by 33 percent. To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7426951-appethyl-spinach-extract/
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Featuring a noted cancer researcher, animal behaviorists and a 14-year-old entrepreneur who developed a new product to ease pets’ separation anxiety, Purina’s second Better With Pets Summit emphasized how technology and scientific advances are leading to a brighter future with our pets. The daylong event, Tuesday, in New York City featured 15 expert presentations on scientific, nutritional and behavioral innovations to help better understand why our lives are better with pets. To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7325551-purina-better-with-pets-summit-2014/
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Bright Starts™ introduces a fun new metric, the Baby Laugh Index™, in tandem with the launch of three new toys designed to inspire laughter. The inspirations for the focus on laughter are the three new baby toys from the Bright Starts Having a Ball™ collection: 3-in-1 Step ’N; Ride Lion™, Hide ’N Spin Monkey™ and Jungle Fun Ball Climber™. Teaming up with Gina Mireault, Ph.D. professor of psychology and counseling behavior sciences at Johnson State College and researcher of humor and emotional development in children, Bright Starts seeks to emphasize the importance of laughter in infant development. To view the multimedia assets associated with this release, please click: http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7251151-bright-starts-tm-introduces-fun-new-baby-laugh-index/
Categories // Family  People and Blog 
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A hot topic in education, blended learning is a mix of traditional face-to-face teaching and online learning. As schools adopt digital learning platforms, teachers want to know how to use them efficiently. They are turning to blended learning approaches for the answer. “Blended learning is both simple and complex. At its simplest, blended learning is the thoughtful integration of classroom face-to-face learning experiences with online learning experiences says itslearning education researcher and former teacher Morten Fahlvik. To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/61901-itslearning-blended-learning-to-students
Categories // Business  Science and Technology 
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New research debuted at the American Diabetes Association’s 72nd Annual Scientific Session suggests eating raisins three times a day may significantly lower postprandial (post-meal) glucose levels when compared to common alternative snacks of equal caloric value. The study was conducted at the Louisville Metabolic and Atherosclerosis Center (L-MARC) by lead researcher, Harold Bays, MD, medical director and president of L-MARC. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/56845-california-raisin-marketing-board-raisins-reduce-post-meal-blood-sugar
Categories // Science and Technology 
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His search to understand the Lord of the Arctic, Ursus maritimus, the polar bear, has taken him to one of the harshest environments in the world – a frozen seascape where temperatures plummet below zero and the sun isn’t seen for months on end. Dr. Steven C. Amstrup, the most influential person working on polar bear conservation today, has been selected from among a group of six outstanding finalists to receive the 2012 Indianapolis Prize – the world’s leading award for animal conservation. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/56166-steven-amstrup-polar-bear-champion-awarded-2012-indianapolis-prize
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The Department of Veterans Affairs will commemorate this year’s National VA Research Week from April 23 to 27. The theme, “Caring for Veterans Through Discovery & Collaboration,” will celebrate the contributions of Veterans who participate in VA research studies, as well as the accomplishments of VA investigators and their collaborators. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/52324-2012-va-national-research-week-improving-veterans-lives
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BeautifulPeople.com, the dating community exclusively for good-looking people, has launched “REALLY?” a 90 second movie in response to a sustained assault on the site’s concept. Since BeautifulPeople.com launched in 2002, the dating site which is founded on the principle that everyone wants to be with someone they are attracted to, has come under fire for being prejudiced, unfair, and even for misunderstanding human nature. In the words of renowned social psychologist Dr Cliff Arnall, former lecturer and researcher at Cardiff University, it has been “lambasted for telling the truth.” To view Multimedia News Release, go tohttp://www.multivu.com/mnr/50277-beautifulpeople-com-really-movie-good-looks-not-important-ugly-truth
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