Green Journal

A popular term for certain journals in medical libraries
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Perhaps the best way of highlighting the differing views can be found in this week's Tottenham & Wood Green Journal where Spurs' Tim Sherwood and Hugo Lloris were asked about the Europa League.
uk/tottenham-hotspur/tottenham-hotspur/thst_chairman_discusses_avb_s_attack_and_the_atmosphere_at_white_hart_lane_1_2937557) Tottenham & Wood Green Journal.
Louis based Regeneration: A Journal of Left Green Social Thought to create the current Green journal Synthesis/Regeneration.
2011;117:1263-5) in the Green Journal decrying the pricing strategy of a newly available, Food and Drug Administration-approved, injectable treatment for the prevention of preterm births highlight the difficulty in bringing more effective treatments to the market, and - on a broader scope - the current state of drug development in this country.
uk/tottenham-hotspur/tottenham-hotspur/spurs_boss_discusses_the_next_step_in_harry_kane_s_development_1_2913102) Tottenham & Wood Green Journal.
I hope that the Green Journal publication will help raise awareness among clinicians about the prevalence of this condition and a new potential solution," said Holly E.
If you want to be champions, you have to win these 'small games'," he told the Tottenham and Wood Green Journal.
Publication in the Green Journal not only provides third party validation of our findings, but also provides health insurance companies and public healthcare systems worldwide with confirmation of the significance of our Pivotal study.
The study, entitled "Postnatal exercise can reverse diastasis recti," was published in the prestigious Green Journal and is the first published research that definitively supports what countless Dia Method clients have experienced: the right kind of exercise can and does reverse abdominal separation.
uk/tottenham-hotspur/tottenham-hotspur/spurs_legend_predicts_lamela_will_become_an_even_better_signing_than_eriksen_1_2835560) Tottenham & Wood Green Journal.
In the first paper from this study published in the Green Journal, titled, "Stereotactic body radiotherapy for localized prostate cancer: Pooled analysis from a multi-institutional consortium of prospective phase II trials," 1,100 patients with low-, intermediate-, or high-risk prostate cancer were treated with the CyberKnife System and followed for a median of 36 months.
from Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in the March issue of The Green Journal, a publication of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.