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Everyday Health has teamed up with the American Heart Association with the objective of disseminating the latest cardiovascular news to HCPs through Everyday Health's medical news website for professionals, MedPage Today. In accordance with the terms of the partnership, a daily newsletter—titled “Cardiovascular Daily,” which launched in July—will be distributed via email to the 200,000-plus HCPs who have opted-in by way of AmericanHeart.org.

Quadrant HealthCom Inc. has issued a redesign of the cover of The Female Patient. “The cover redesign has a crisper look, is more user-friendly and most of all, reflects The Female Patient's mission of providing evidence-based medicine that its' readers can use in their everyday practice of caring for the female patient,” says group publisher Margo Ullmann.

Elsevier has announced the expansion of its SciVal Funding program abroad, to enable institutions to recognize opportunities for international research funding. Researchers, research administrators and research development professionals in Canada, the UK and the EU will now have access to relevant funding opportunities and will be awarded grant data under a single integrated solution.
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