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News-Medical-Net
CNIO researchers reveal how combination of dasatinib and demcizumab reduces lung adenocarcinomasbecause, unlike other types of lung cancer, there are no targeted therapies bey
CNIO researchers reveal how combination of dasatinib and demcizumab reduces lung adenocarcinomas
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
because, unlike other types of lung cancer, there are no targeted therapies beyond the standard cisplatin-based treatment. Researchers of the Experimental Oncology Group at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO), headed by Mariano... Read more
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Evening Standard
Comrade Corbyn: A Very Unlikely Coupmuch of interest to study. On the day Corbyn won, September 12, 2015, she left
Comrade Corbyn: A Very Unlikely Coup
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
much of interest to study. On the day Corbyn won, September 12, 2015, she left the cavernous Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in Westminster where he was making his acceptance speech, got into her car and drove “along the M40, M42, M6 and... Read more
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BBC News
Pope Francis makes symbolic trip to troubled Mexicoahead of the pontiff's first visit to Mexico, which has the second biggest Cath
Pope Francis makes symbolic trip to troubled Mexico
BBC News / Posted yesterday
ahead of the pontiff's first visit to Mexico, which has the second biggest Catholic population in the world The Pew Research Centre estimates 81% of Mexicans identify as Catholic, and Mexicans feel that as a fellow Latin American, Pope... Read more
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Science Daily
Potential therapy for most aggressive type of lung cancer in preclinical modelsResearchers of the Experimental Oncology Group at the Spanish National Cancer R
Potential therapy for most aggressive type of lung cancer in preclinical models
Science Daily / Posted yesterday
Researchers of the Experimental Oncology Group at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO), headed by Mariano Barbacid, director of the Group, and the researcher David Santamaría, will be publishing a paper in the journal Nature Medicine... Read more
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dna
More Americans look to Internet to play Cupid, reveals new surveywith more than four times as many young adults using mobile apps than in 2013.
More Americans look to Internet to play Cupid, reveals new survey
dna / Posted 2 days ago
with more than four times as many young adults using mobile apps than in 2013. The survey of 2,001 US grown-ups by the Pew Research Centre said on Thursday that 15% have used online dating sites and/or mobile dating applications, up from 11% in... Read more
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Daily Mail
One of the last remaining 'comfort women' dies at the age of 1041941, Huang managed to escape the station and was eventually reunited with her
One of the last remaining 'comfort women' dies at the age of 104
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
1941, Huang managed to escape the station and was eventually reunited with her family. Chen Houzhi, an expert and researcher of Chinese 'comfort woman' in Hainan said all her life Huang was a very hard-working woman. She kept washing... Read more
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Daily Mail
New prostate cancer test 'smells' the disease in urinetest to diagnose prostate cancer which would spare men from the invasive invest
New prostate cancer test 'smells' the disease in urine
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
test to diagnose prostate cancer which would spare men from the invasive investigations they must currently undergo. The researchers today hailed their work as an important milestone in fighting the disease - and say it should save many... Read more
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International Business Times
Spanish Queen Letizia examines renovations at 18th century Royal Palace of Madrid was completed with the installation of a ramp at the palace's reception. "With
Spanish Queen Letizia examines renovations at 18th century Royal Palace of Madrid
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
was completed with the installation of a ramp at the palace's reception. "With the recent reform of the Visitor Reception Centre, the Royal Palace of Madrid fits the criteria of 'universal access and design for all' so that people with... Read more
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Daily Mail
Katie Holmes is simply stunning for the premier of Touched With Firethe look. Continuing with the theme, the former Dawson's Creek star wore her b
Katie Holmes is simply stunning for the premier of Touched With Fire
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
the look. Continuing with the theme, the former Dawson's Creek star wore her brown hair slicked down into a low bun with a centre part. Sleek style: The star demanded attention in the midnight blue silk Zac Posen floor length gown which clung to... Read more
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Science Daily
Light, manganese to discover the source of submerged Roman marble: http://www.fecyt.es/enas a result of the subsidence coastal area. Scientists from the University of
Light, manganese to discover the source of submerged Roman marble: http://www.fecyt.es/en
Science Daily / Posted 3 days ago
as a result of the subsidence coastal area. Scientists from the University of Calabria (Italy), in collaboration with the Spanish researcher Mónica Alvarez de Buergo, took the plunge underwater to analyse one of the most valuable elements from... Read more
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Medical News Today
Zika could affect the 2016 Olympics, Europe and AfricaInfections in Travelers and Migrants (ESGITM), and Prof. Alimuddin Zumla, of Un
Zika could affect the 2016 Olympics, Europe and Africa
Medical News Today / Posted 3 days ago
Infections in Travelers and Migrants (ESGITM), and Prof. Alimuddin Zumla, of University College London in the UK. Need for research into transmission, effects and mutations The team plans to investigate Zika's effect on the body, methods of... Read more
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PhysOrg
Light and manganese to discover the source of submerged Roman marbleNaples. With the passage of time, however, the majority of their luxury villas
Light and manganese to discover the source of submerged Roman marble
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
Naples. With the passage of time, however, the majority of their luxury villas became immersed under water. Italian and Spanish researchers have now applied microscopic and geochemical techniques to confirm that the marble used to cover these... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
ESCMID gathers more solid data to better assess Zika virus risks, prepares for possible outbreak in Africa, EuropeExperts at the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Disease
ESCMID gathers more solid data to better assess Zika virus risks, prepares for possible outbreak in Africa, Europe
News-Medical-Net / Posted 3 days ago
Experts at the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ESCMID) – an organization promoting research, risk assessment, knowledge sharing and best practices in the fight against infectious diseases – are developing tools to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Global Ranking Harmful to Local Varsitiesit has and the number of publications a university has published in either the
Global Ranking Harmful to Local Varsities
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
it has and the number of publications a university has published in either the Nature or Science journal. Period. In these research-based surveys only ranking the arts, humanities and social sciences do not count. The Spanish Web Ranking of... Read more
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New Kerala
Eating fish during pregnancy may benefit brains of offspringLondon, Feb 8 : Spanish researchers have found that children whose mothers ate
Eating fish during pregnancy may benefit brains of offspring
New Kerala / Posted 5 days ago
London, Feb 8 : Spanish researchers have found that children whose mothers ate three to four servings of fish a week during pregnancy had higher IQ scores than those whose mothers ate less amount of fish. The research also showed that consuming fish... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cambridge student found dead in Egypt suffered 'animal-like violence'into his death Giulio Regeni, 28, originally from Italy, was conducting fieldw
Cambridge student found dead in Egypt suffered 'animal-like violence'
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
into his death Giulio Regeni, 28, originally from Italy, was conducting fieldwork in Cairo He was last seen in the centre of the city on the evening of January 25 Autopsy has revealed signs that he suffered 'inhuman animal-like... Read more
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Daily Mail
One in four Germans say they back a policy to shoot unwanted migrantsit justified to 'prevent unarmed refugees at gunpoint to cross the border' acco
One in four Germans say they back a policy to shoot unwanted migrants
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
it justified to 'prevent unarmed refugees at gunpoint to cross the border' according to this weekend's survey by the Research Institute YouGov. The poll was triggered by Petry's comments of a week ago when she incensed the ruling political... Read more
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express
ZIKA IN EUROPE: Virus hits Spain as it emerges disease spreads through blood transfusionto thousands of cases of microcephaly in Brazil, which causes babies to be born
ZIKA IN EUROPE: Virus hits Spain as it emerges disease spreads through blood transfusion
express / Posted 9 days ago
to thousands of cases of microcephaly in Brazil, which causes babies to be born with shrunken heads and small brains. Spanish officials say a pregnant woman is among seven people infected with the Zika virus after visiting affected... Read more
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Aljazeera
The Kurdish referendum and Barzani's political survivalin 2003. Nevertheless, I was already familiar with the geography of this region
The Kurdish referendum and Barzani's political survival
Aljazeera / Posted 9 days ago
in 2003. Nevertheless, I was already familiar with the geography of this region before my arrival. I had conducted research on the Anfal Campaign, a military offensive launched by Saddam Hussein's government in the final years of the... Read more
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Daily Mail
A unique insight into the final words of death row inmateshave analysed statements of the condemned in Texas, spoken minutes before they
A unique insight into the final words of death row inmates
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
have analysed statements of the condemned in Texas, spoken minutes before they were given the lethal injection. The researchers found that despite their impending death, the words conveyed were extremely positive expressions that reflected... Read more
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Daily Mail
Worm named after a pastry discovered 12,000 feet under the seaBizarre pink worm found in the ocean depths is named 'churro' because of its si
Worm named after a pastry discovered 12,000 feet under the sea
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Bizarre pink worm found in the ocean depths is named 'churro' because of its similarity to the Spanish pastry Four new species of Xenoturbella were found off the coast of California One - Xenoturbella churro - was named after a Spanish fried-dough... Read more
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Science Daily
Internet network theory used to decipher the first epigenetic communication networkThe team of the Structural Computational Biology Group of the Spanish National
Internet network theory used to decipher the first epigenetic communication network
Science Daily / Posted 12 days ago
The team of the Structural Computational Biology Group of the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO), headed by Alfonso Valencia, the Centre's Vice-Director of Basic Research, has used network theory to build and study the first communication... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
CNIO team uses network theory to build and study first epigenetic communication networkgenerate such different organisms as a fly or a human, or the different organs
CNIO team uses network theory to build and study first epigenetic communication network
News-Medical-Net / Posted 15 days ago
generate such different organisms as a fly or a human, or the different organs and tissues they comprise. In recent years, researchers have discovered that the system is much more complicated than was originally thought. The letters are important,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Team uses internet network theory to decipher the first epigenetic communication networkgenerate such different organisms as a fly or a human, or the different organs
Team uses internet network theory to decipher the first epigenetic communication network
PhysOrg / Posted 16 days ago
generate such different organisms as a fly or a human, or the different organs and tissues they comprise. In recent years, researchers have discovered that the system is much more complicated than was originally thought. The letters are important,... Read more
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The Irish Times
The forgotten heroines of the Easter RisingI decided she was interested in medicine and first aid. It would give her a rai
The forgotten heroines of the Easter Rising
The Irish Times / Posted 16 days ago
I decided she was interested in medicine and first aid. It would give her a raison d’etre to be at the scene of the action. Research soon revealed it to be a rich vein. For not only was the medical response from doctors, nurses, ambulance brigade... Read more
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express
Home schooling our kids has been a real educationto explore during our home lessons. We watched videos on Tim Peake and Neil Ar
Home schooling our kids has been a real education
express / Posted 16 days ago
to explore during our home lessons. We watched videos on Tim Peake and Neil Armstrong and visited the National Space Centre in Leicester. When a child explores a topic they are interested in they are a lot more enthusiastic. Kyan loves... Read more
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International Business Times
Villarreal: Fernando Roig Nogueroles living the dream on board the Yellow Submarine 50,000 inhabitants, is living the dream. In fact, that dream is nearly two deca
Villarreal: Fernando Roig Nogueroles living the dream on board the Yellow Submarine
International Business Times / Posted 18 days ago
50,000 inhabitants, is living the dream. In fact, that dream is nearly two decades old and counting since breaking into the Spanish top flight for the first time since 1998. Now, 18 years on, they are hunting a Champions League place, with a... Read more
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Daily Mail
From misdirection to the power of emotion, magic tricks explainedsecret method hiding behind the magical effect. In a very real sense, a specta
From misdirection to the power of emotion, magic tricks explained
Daily Mail / Posted 19 days ago
secret method hiding behind the magical effect. In a very real sense, a spectator's brain is the magician's assistant. Research suggests these enhancement and suppression processes are mediated by two different populations of neurons in the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Super-spaghetti of enriched pasta could help reduce risk of suffering cardiovascular diseasesResearchers from the University of Granada (UGR) and the Research and Developme
Super-spaghetti of enriched pasta could help reduce risk of suffering cardiovascular diseases
News-Medical-Net / Posted 19 days ago
Researchers from the University of Granada (UGR) and the Research and Development of Functional Food Centre (CIDAF, for its initials in Spanish) along with two Italian universities, have developed a 'super-spaghetti' of enriched pasta, elaborated... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realisebypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Goo
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realise
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
bypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Google Translate to turn your English text into Spanish, then turn that Spanish text into English, and you'll get a completely rephrased piece of text that TurnItIn won't... Read more
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The Age
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realisebypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Goo
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realise
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
bypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Google Translate to turn your English text into Spanish, then turn that Spanish text into English, and you'll get a completely rephrased piece of text that TurnItIn won't... Read more
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The Courier
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realisebypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Goo
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realise
The Courier / Posted 20 days ago
bypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Google Translate to turn your English text into Spanish, then turn that Spanish text into English, and you'll get a completely rephrased piece of text that TurnItIn won't... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realisebypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Goo
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realise
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 20 days ago
bypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Google Translate to turn your English text into Spanish, then turn that Spanish text into English, and you'll get a completely rephrased piece of text that TurnItIn won't... Read more
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The Young Witness
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realisebypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Goo
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realise
The Young Witness / Posted 20 days ago
bypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Google Translate to turn your English text into Spanish, then turn that Spanish text into English, and you'll get a completely rephrased piece of text that TurnItIn won't... Read more
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Western Advocate
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realisebypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Goo
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realise
Western Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
bypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Google Translate to turn your English text into Spanish, then turn that Spanish text into English, and you'll get a completely rephrased piece of text that TurnItIn won't... Read more
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Manning River Times
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realisebypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Goo
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realise
Manning River Times / Posted 20 days ago
bypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Google Translate to turn your English text into Spanish, then turn that Spanish text into English, and you'll get a completely rephrased piece of text that TurnItIn won't... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realisebypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Goo
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realise
Kiama Independent / Posted 20 days ago
bypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Google Translate to turn your English text into Spanish, then turn that Spanish text into English, and you'll get a completely rephrased piece of text that TurnItIn won't... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realisebypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Goo
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realise
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 20 days ago
bypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Google Translate to turn your English text into Spanish, then turn that Spanish text into English, and you'll get a completely rephrased piece of text that TurnItIn won't... Read more
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The North West Star
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realisebypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Goo
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realise
The North West Star / Posted 20 days ago
bypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Google Translate to turn your English text into Spanish, then turn that Spanish text into English, and you'll get a completely rephrased piece of text that TurnItIn won't... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realisebypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Goo
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realise
Daily Liberal / Posted 20 days ago
bypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Google Translate to turn your English text into Spanish, then turn that Spanish text into English, and you'll get a completely rephrased piece of text that TurnItIn won't... Read more
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The Border Mail
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realisebypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Goo
Cheating at major Australian universities may be easier than many realise
The Border Mail / Posted 20 days ago
bypassing plagiarism detection is through back translation," he said. "Ask Google Translate to turn your English text into Spanish, then turn that Spanish text into English, and you'll get a completely rephrased piece of text that TurnItIn won't... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Scientists hope to use genomics to defeat invading Spanish slug Norwich-based scientists are turning to genetic technologies in a bid to defe
Scientists hope to use genomics to defeat invading Spanish slug
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 21 days ago
Norwich-based scientists are turning to genetic technologies in a bid to defeat an emerging invasive threat to East Anglia’s crops. The infestation of Spanish slugs was first recorded... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Scientists hope to use genomics to defeat invading Spanish slug Norwich-based scientists are turning to genetic technologies in a bid to defe
Scientists hope to use genomics to defeat invading Spanish slug
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 21 days ago
Norwich-based scientists are turning to genetic technologies in a bid to defeat an emerging invasive threat to East Anglia’s crops. The infestation of Spanish slugs was first recorded... Read more
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Daily Mail
3D printed scramjet engine part survives major wind tunnel testsa step closer to reality. Orbital ATK has successfully tested a 3D printed hyp
3D printed scramjet engine part survives major wind tunnel tests
Daily Mail / Posted 21 days ago
a step closer to reality. Orbital ATK has successfully tested a 3D printed hypersonic engine combustor at Nasa Langley Research Centre in Virginia. The dream of flying from New York to London in just one hour has come a step closer to reality.... Read more
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Daily Mail
Global warming means ‘anything could happen’ to El Niñoand 1983? Given that the planet is hotter than at any time in the past 135 year
Global warming means ‘anything could happen’ to El Niño
Daily Mail / Posted 21 days ago
and 1983? Given that the planet is hotter than at any time in the past 135 years, there are no guarantees.' According to researchers from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, water temperatures in the Niño3.4 region of the... Read more
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Science Daily
Protein found that improves mobility after spinal cord injuriesDr Rubén López -- of the UAB's Department of Cell Biology, Physiology and Immun
Protein found that improves mobility after spinal cord injuries
Science Daily / Posted 22 days ago
Dr Rubén López -- of the UAB's Department of Cell Biology, Physiology and Immunology and Institute of Neuroscience, and the Centre for Networked Biomedical Research in Neurodegenerative Diseases (CIBERNED) -- used a genetically modified mouse that... Read more
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Daily Mail
Test could predict if IVF will be a successfailure may be infertile due to a problem with the receptivity of their uterus
Test could predict if IVF will be a success
Daily Mail / Posted 22 days ago
failure may be infertile due to a problem with the receptivity of their uterus Dr Frank Holstege, of University Medical Centre Utretch The team of scientists obtained biopsies of the lining of the womb from 43 women who had recurrent... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Minister Bayo Inaugurates Banjul Bicentenary Organising Committeeplayed in the socio-economic development of The Gambia during the City's journe
Minister Bayo Inaugurates Banjul Bicentenary Organising Committee
AllAfrica.com / Posted 25 days ago
played in the socio-economic development of The Gambia during the City's journey from Banjulo to Bathurst then to Banjul." Research on the history of the great Island City, the Land Minister added, reveals the resistance and fortitude of its people... Read more
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Science Daily
Cranberry extract confirmed to help fighting urinary tract infections in breastfed babies under age oneThis research, published in Anales de Pediatría (Annals of Pediatrics) magazine
Cranberry extract confirmed to help fighting urinary tract infections in breastfed babies under age one
Science Daily / Posted 25 days ago
This research, published in Anales de Pediatría (Annals of Pediatrics) magazine, has been funded by the Instituto de Salud Carlos III institute. It has counted with the collaboration of the university's Department of Analytical Chemistry and the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers confirm that cranberry extract helps fight UTIs in breastfed children under age oneResearchers from the universities of Granada (Spain) and Kvopio (Finland) have
Researchers confirm that cranberry extract helps fight UTIs in breastfed children under age one
News-Medical-Net / Posted 26 days ago
Researchers from the universities of Granada (Spain) and Kvopio (Finland) have confirmed that cranberry extract helps fighting urinary tract infections (UTIs) in breastfed babies under one year of age. Their work has proven that this compound... Read more
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