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2015/03/28 03:56
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... hated shots," Salk said in Wilmington on Friday, "and would hide from them as much as I could." This particular shot, though, was different. "It must have missed a nerve or something," he...
2015/03/28 03:56
2015/03/28 03:56
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2015/03/25 20:38
2015/03/25 20:38
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... may help treat type 2 diabetes A new research has discovered that fats were a 'new weapon' in the war against type 2 diabetes and play an important role to treat it. Alan Saghatelian, Ph.D at...
Read more at New Kerala, PhysOrg
2015/03/25 14:27
2015/03/25 14:27
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Monsanto Co, maker of the world's most widely used herbicide, Roundup, wants an international health organization to retract a report linking the chief ingredient in Roundup to cancer. The company...
2015/03/24 12:15
2015/03/24 12:15
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... Advancements in science and medicine are reversing the clock on degenerative illnesses and HIV. According to Popular Science’s “Yes, You Can Reverse Disease” report, scientists are turning...
2015/03/19 19:44
2015/03/19 19:44
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UCSD scientists have supercharged a powerful new gene engineering technology, enabling an engineered gene to spread on its own throughout an organism, perhaps even an entire species. Safety concerns...
2015/03/17 17:08
2015/03/17 17:08
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Share This article Victor Hugo once observed, “there is nothing more more powerful than an idea whose time has come”. Not long ago the world asked whether it can have read privileges to view its own...
2015/03/16 11:03
2015/03/16 11:03
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Working with fruit flies -- which have long been used to model the genetic foundations of human disease -- the San Diego State University research team was able to prevent heart problems that arise as...
2015/03/14 01:36
2015/03/14 01:36
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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Pedal the Cause is making a huge impact on the fight against cancer here in San Diego. Last September's one- and two-day bike tours raised $1 million for cancer research. Pedal...
2015/03/13 14:38
2015/03/13 14:38
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Avoiding snacking could protect the heart, study suggests Published: 13 March 2015 9:47 PM Avoiding snacks and late meals could protect the heart from age-related disease, according to researchers...
2015/03/13 10:55
2015/03/13 10:55
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A new stem cell study offers hope for children born with severe combined immunodeficiency disease and other deadly genetic blood disorders. Severe combined immunodeficiency disease (SCID) - once...
2015/03/13 10:28
2015/03/13 10:28
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Amidst rumours that precise gene-editing techniques have been used to create designer human embryos, researchers have called for a moratorium on the use of the technology. They fear that such...
2015/03/13 01:25
2015/03/13 01:25
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Late-night snacking could be taking a toll on your heart. And according to a new study, that holds true even when keeping overall daily calories down. For a paper published Thursday in Science,...
2015/03/10 13:08
2015/03/10 13:08
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Imagine a single drug that could prevent human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, treat patients who have already contracted HIV, and even remove all the dormant copies of the virus from those...
2015/03/05 06:30
2015/03/05 06:30
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Effort-free weight management could become a reality, thanks to recent research.©Andresr/shutterstock.com A hormone that mimics the effects of exercise could turn out to be a key tool in the fight...
2015/03/05 03:59
2015/03/05 03:59
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Advances in gene therapy and the deepening understanding of cancer will see the oft-fatal disease becoming treatable in two decades, said cancer researcher Inder M. Varma. “Cancer mutations are being...
Read more at The Hindu, New Kerala
2015/03/03 06:17
2015/03/03 06:17
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The Board of Directors of Ipsen (Euronext: IPN; ADR: IPSEY), chaired by Marc de Garidel, met on 2 March 2015 to review the Group’s results for 2014, published today. The annual financial report, with...
2015/03/03 06:17
2015/03/03 06:17
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Le Conseil d’administrationd’Ipsen (Euronext : IPN ; ADR : IPSEY), présidé par Marc de Garidel, s’est réuni le 2 mars 2015pour arrêter les comptes de l’exercice 2014 publiés aujourd’hui. Le rapport...
2015/03/01 17:48
2015/03/01 17:48
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Wilberforce and his fellow campaigners—who included the Wedgwood family of pottery fame (to which the mother and wife of Charles Darwin belonged)—could be dreadful prigs at times, as well as often...
2015/03/01 00:44
2015/03/01 00:44
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When the Salk Institute for Biological Sciences first opened its doors to high school science students and teachers in 1990, Mark Gable and Jeremy Hogan jumped at the chance to peek inside the...
2015/02/28 20:44
2015/02/28 20:44
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Mary Ford from San Dieguito High School Academy participated in a science experiment at the Salk Institute. Ford was among the high school students taking part in Salk High School Science Day. —...
2015/03/28 03:56
2015/03/28 03:56
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