Mondelez Canada Inc. is voluntarily recalling select 300 g and 500 g Christie brand Golden Oreo Cookies from the marketplace due to an incorrect carbohydrate declaration on the Nutrition Facts table.
This recall was triggered by consumer complaints.
Affected products declare 8 g of carbohydrate per serving, but contain 17 g of carbohydrate per serving.
People who are monitoring blood glucose levels and carbohydrate consumption should be aware that the amount of carbohydrate in a serving is 17 g, not 8 g as indicated on the label, or should not consume the recalled products.
This video presents Ebola update new flu drug tested on patient 10 06 2014 #ebola.
Fujifilm Avigan® Tablet 200mg* (Favipiravir) tablets: image extracted from video above
“Taking this medicine as early as possible (means) the mortality rate can be significantly reduced….”
There are no drugs on the market to treat Ebola, which has ravaged West Africa and killed 9,177 of the nearly 23,000 people infected since late 2013. Clinical trials of other experimental drugs are underway but are at an earlier stage…”
March 17th, 2015Community, Health & Wellness, VideosComments Off on Panasonic’s Medical Delivery Robot “HOSPI” in the “Center for Advanced Medical Robotics” in Thailand
Panasonic’s medical robots
This video presents Panasonic Solutions Report 04 “Health Care Solution”.
“Health care providers around the world are looking for ways to alleviate the workloads of nursing staff stretched to the limits. Can robot automation help improve quality of nursing and raise expectations for a viable solution? A hospital in Osaka, Japan is doing just that. It is testing “HOSPI”―an autonomous delivery robot for hospitals―which provides new solutions for health care. Business journalist Mike Firn reports from the scene.“
Solution Report of HOSPI
Panasonic “HOSPI” is an autonomous delivery robot for hospitals
Panasonic Joins Thai Project, “Center for Advanced Medical Robotics”
Mar 09, 2015
Bangkok, Thailand – Panasonic’s New Business Promotion Project of Global Manufacturing Division and Analysis Center have recently joined the national robotics project “Center for Advanced Medical Robotics” in Thailand. On February 6, 2015, a signing ceremony and media event was held in Bangkok, Thailand with Yoshiyasu Honma, Project Leader of the New Business Promotion Project; Yoshihiko Namba, Director of Analysis Center; and three other members participating.
Front left to right: Mr. Honma, Mahidol University President Udom, TCELS CEO Mr. Nares, and Dr. Namba at the signing ceremony