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SirionLabs Announces US Launch; Anticipates More Than $140 Million in Hard Savings for its Customers in 2017
3/20/2017 2:17:27 PM
SirionLabs, the industry-leading provider of advanced supplier governance technology, today announced the establishment of its US headquarters in Dublin, California.
Attorney Brad Parker Publishes Informative Literature in the Personal Injury Industry
3/6/2017 8:47:06 AM
Personal Injury Attorney Brad Parker of the Parker Law Firm is proud to announce that he has authored two new books in the area of auto accidents and personal injury that were published in late 2016.
Bail Bondsman in Los Angeles, CA with the highest reviews on Google and Yelp, Providing Bail Information in Los Angeles County
Bail Bondsman in Los Angeles, CA with the highest reviews on Google and Yelp, Providing Bail Information in Los Angeles County
2/24/2017 11:08:43 AM
The Bail Bondsman at Big Boy Bail Bonds, Inc. are one of the highest reviewed and rated bail bonds company serving Los Angeles County. Big Boy Bail Bond was founded by two businesswomen and sisters, Gina and Roxy Kesh.
New Low Back Pain Treatment Guidelines Recommend Drug-Free Therapies First
2/23/2017 8:00:00 AM
New low back pain treatment guidelines from the American College of Physicians (ACP) were published last week in the  Annals of Internal Medicine.  Based on a review of the evidence, the ACP concluded that pharmacological interventions for low back pain offered fewer benefits and greater risks than nonpharmacological therapy.
Over 100 LAPD Officers and Employees from the Same Station File Worker Compensation Claims Due to Respiratory Concerns
Over 100 LAPD Officers and Employees from the Same Station File Worker Compensation Claims Due to Respiratory Concerns
2/22/2017 10:44:41 AM
Last month, the  Los Angeles Times  published a report about health concerns at one of the city’s police stations. According to the article, over 100 police officers and civilian employees have filed worker compensation claims due to concern about respiratory issues and unsanitary conditions.

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