Periodicals of interest.
This magazine released by the Wellness Councils of America (WELCOA WELCOA Wellness Councils of America ) takes a close look at the phenomenal growth of the CHIP movement, its theory, and practice. It will demonstrate how CHIP is the answer to many of the health problems we are facing in Western civilization Noun 1. Western civilization - the modern culture of western Europe and North America; "when Ghandi was asked what he thought of Western civilization he said he thought it would be a good idea"
Western culture . Published 10 times a year, it is a must-read for anyone considering a health program to reduce costs in business, church, or family. For information, visit www.welcoa.org.
American Scientist American Scientist (ISSN 0003-0996) is an illustrated bimonthly magazine about science and technology. Each issue includes four to five feature articles written by prominent scientists and engineers.
American Scientist is an illustrated bimonthly bi·month·ly
1. Happening every two months.
2. Happening twice a month; semimonthly.
1. Once every two months.
2. Twice a month; semimonthly.
n. pl. magazine about science and technology. Each issue is filled with feature articles written by prominent scientists and engineers, reviewing important work in fields that range from molecular biology molecular biology, scientific study of the molecular basis of life processes, including cellular respiration, excretion, and reproduction. The term molecular biology was coined in 1938 by Warren Weaver, then director of the natural sciences program at the Rockefeller to computer engineering. The articles are carefully edited and accompanied by illustrations that are developed to enhance the reader's understanding and enjoyment.
American Scientist has been published since 1913 by Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society. In recent years it has been honored with many awards for editorial, design and illustration quality. Read faithfully by Sigma Xi's membership of distinguished scientists and engineers, the magazine is now available on newsstands around the world, as well as by individual or institutional subscription. For more information, go to www. americanscientist.org.
BusinessWoman is the premier publication in Central Pennsylvania dedicated to educating and encouraging professional women in business. Life is not just about living; it's about growth. Entrepreneurs, established women-owned businesses, and other professional women benefit from thought-provoking editorial pertaining to career planning, legal and financial issues, management and sales strategies, and leisure. Women are a dominant force in today's economy. Forty-seven percent of women are employed and women control 86 percent of all personal wealth. Further, 81 percent of readers are within two reporting levels of the CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. , with 44 percent reporting directly to the CEO.
Each issue of BusinessWoman includes features to educate and encourage women in business, such as columns on career planning, legal issues and financial planning Financial planning
Evaluating the investing and financing options available to a firm. Planning includes attempting to make optimal decisions, projecting the consequences of these decisions for the firm in the form of a financial plan, and then comparing future performance against , management and sales strategies, profiles on successful women and their companies, stories about issues important to today's working women; calendar of events, and a resource center. Visit www.Business WomanPA.com for subscription information.
Diabetes Wellness News
The Diabetes Wellness News, the monthly publication of the Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation (DRWF DRWF Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation ), strives towards educating, informing, and reminding us of the best and healthiest choices to make. It is a digest of magazines, newspapers, books, and scientific journals--bringing you first class articles from respected diabetes and other healthcare professionals. As part of the Diabetes Wellness Network[R], the Diabetes Wellness News is published monthly. For more information, visit www.diabeteswellness.net.
Geotimes is a monthly newsmagazine for the earth and environmental sciences published by the American Geological Institute The American Geological Institute (AGI) is a nonprofit federation of 44 geoscientific and professional associations. Together, these organizations represent more than 100,000 geologists, geophysicists, and other earth scientists.
The AGI was founded in 1948. . Since 1948, AGI (Artificial General Intelligence) A machine intelligence that resembles that of a human being. Considered impossible by many, most artificial intelligence (AI) research, projects and products deal with specific applications such as industrial robots, playing chess, has provided premier publishing, curriculum development, and information services See Information Systems. to the geoscience ge·o·sci·ence
Any one of the sciences, such as geology or geochemistry, that deals with the earth.
ge community. Representing over 40 earth science societies and other community cooperatives, AGI's publishing efforts increase public awareness of the vital role geology plays in our world. For more information on this and other publications from the American Geological Institute, visit www.geotimes.org.
International Journal of Global Energy Issues (IJGEI IJGEI International Journal of Global Energy Issues )
The International Journal of Global Energy Issues is a refereed, international journal providing a forum and authoritative source of information, analyses and discussions on renewable and non-renewable energy resources, energy-economic systems, energy and environment, international energy policy issues, technological innovation and new energy sources. Initiated in 1990, IJGEI is currently published eight issues per year by Inderscience Enterprises, Ltd. and is produced with the cooperation of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE or ECE) was established in 1947 to encourage economic cooperation among its member States. It is one of five regional commissions under the administrative direction of United Nations headquarters. (Energy division) and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA IIASA International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (Austria)
IIASA Institute of Islamic and Arabic Sciences in America (Fairfax, VA) ). It seeks to promote an innovative research agenda in support of international cooperation--including regional as well as global perspectives. Its interdisciplinary scope will support a wide reflection that can help decision-makers and all citizens in the implementation of energy policies for sustainable development. Subscription information is available at www.inderscience.com.
Journal of Biomolecular Screening
A highly regarded peer-reviewed resource for cutting edge research from the Society for Biomolecular Sciences (SBS See Small Business Server. ), the Journal of Biomolecular Screening is the only publication that focuses on high-throughput screening (HTS HTS Heights
HTS Harmonized Tariff System
HTS High Throughput Screening (biomolecular assay screening)
HTS High-Throughput Screening (Pharmaceutical Industry)
HTS Harmonized Tariff Schedule ) and molecular discovery. The Journal of Biomolecular Screening delivers practical, cost-effective applied information about the design, development, implementation, and interpretation of new molecular discover approaches, methods, and screening technologies designed to bring about faster lead development and optimization. In addition to offering original, peer-reviewed articles and incisive editorial commentary, the journal also presents lively, handson columns such as product focus, industry news, employment opportunities, meetings calendar, book reviews, letters to the editor, and Society updates. Visit www.sbsonline. org/publications for subscription information.
New Visions Magazine
Serving the holistic community in the metropolitan Philadelphia area since 1988, New Visions Magazine offers its readers unique and indispensable information on not only integrative health issues, but also a focus on the renewal of mind/ body/ spirit. With a host of new columnists, each monthly issue will touch upon aspects of yoga and its lifestyle, questions on relationships and living, healthy and tasty recipes, and insights on the human energy field. For more information, or to subscribe online, visit www.newvisionsmagazine. com.
Nutrition Action Healthletter
This publication from the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI CSPI Center for Science in the Public Interest
CSPI Corporate Service Price Index
CSPI Cumulative Schedule Performance Index ) began in 1974 as a free newsletter to link progressively minded nutritionists. The award winning Nutrition Action has become North America's preeminent health newsletter and over the years has steadily provided reliable information on food and nutrition Food and Nutrition
See also cheese; dining; milk.
Rare. the act or habit of reclining at meals.
Medicine. thescience of nutrition.
Pathology. . From special features to healthy cooking to rating brand name products, Nutrition Action's goal is to educate the consumer to make clear, informed choices for a healthy lifestyle. For subscription information, go to wwwcspinet.org.
Scientific American, the oldest continuously published magazine in the U.S., has been bringing its readers unique insights about developments in science and technology for more than 150 years. Founded in 1854 as a weekly broadsheet subtitled "The Advocate of Industry and Enterprise, and Journal of Mechanical and Other Improvements," Scientific American to this day continues to cover groundbreaking events in science and technology. For more than a century, major discoveries and inventions, such as the Bessemer steel converter, the telephone and lightbulb, the telegraph and sewing machine were chronicled in this publication. Thomas Edison, Samuel Morse and Elias Howe, among others were frequent visitors to the offices of Scientific American. More than 120 Nobel laureates have written for this magazine, many of whom wrote about their works years before being honored by the Nobel committee. Scientific American is a truly global enterprise, attracting esteemed authors not only in science but world leaders, U.S. government officials, economists and industrialists. The magazine publishes 15 foreign language editions and has a total of more that 1,000,000 copies in circulation worldwide. For more information, go to www.sciam.com.