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... production of proteins is a key process in all cells, and it is important to make the right amounts of each protein at just the right time," said Michael Welte, an associate professor of biology...
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You've probably heard that stress can seriously up your risk of high blood pressure, heart attacks and other heart problems. While researchers aren't sure exactly why, the research is unanimously in...
2014/07/21 00:00
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Although medical professionals use other terminology, some people are familiar with the different degrees of burns. For example, a first-degree burn generally means the burn damages the skin, turning...
2014/07/19 07:47
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Music event �Musica in Situ,� (Music on Location) will return for the third consecutive summer to bring music and architecture together and celebrate some little-known treasures. Those who attend...
2014/07/19 07:08
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The road to finding a cure for HIV-1 is not without obstacles. However, thanks to cutting-edge research by Douglas Nixon, M.D., Ph.D., and colleagues, performed at the George Washington University...
2014/07/19 03:37
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Updated: 07/18/2014 11:07 PM Created: 07/18/2014 10:52 PM WHEC.com By: Scott Kilbury According to several published reports, over 100 passengers on board Flight 17 were doctors and AIDS...
2014/07/19 00:37
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Updated: 07/18/2014 8:26 PM Created: 07/18/2014 8:20 PM WHEC.com A nine million dollar grant could help University of Rochester researchers find better ways to treat cancer and HIV. The money from...
2014/07/18 21:38
2014/07/18 21:38
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Popular culture would have us believe finding love in the summer is as easy as finding sand on a beach. Countless movies, novels and TV shows perpetuate the notion that when school's out, the...
2014/07/18 20:19
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The Bend in the Appalachian Mountain Chain Is Finally Explained A better understanding of Marcellus Shale could inform decisions on hydrofracking Newswise — The 1500 mile Appalachian mountain chain...
2014/07/18 11:39
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There’s a new face leading the top law school in North Texas for the first time in nearly two decades. Jennifer Collins becomes the first female dean of SMU’s Dedman School of Law at a challenging...
2014/07/17 20:55
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Thompson Health receives national award for patient-centered care The University of Rochester Medicine's Thompson Health has received a national award for its handling of patient care that follows...
2014/07/17 19:22
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In the winter of 1998 at the University of Rochester, I had an 40-minute interview with consulting and marketing company Sapient, and encountered managing director Tim Smith, a seemingly amiable...
2014/07/17 19:17
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Personalized Approach Enhances Communication Skills in Children with Autism Computer tablets play key role in the blended therapy Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise — A UCLA-led study...
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2014/07/17 11:08
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Thirteen scientists received a total of $1.05 million in funding from the National Psoriasis Foundation for projects that aim to identify new treatments and a cure for psoriasis-an autoimmune disease...
2014/07/17 10:33
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... flyThe mysterious story of the battery startup that promised GM a 200-mile electric car Kapadia and Kumar, when powering a 200-mile car still seemed in reach. Michael Routh/Dream Chaser...
2014/07/17 08:57
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Nicole Poe was inducted into the Alpha Mu Alpha and Sigma Delta Pi honor societies at Stonehill College in Easton. Matthew Regan, a sound design/creative writing major at Emerson College in Boston,...
2014/07/16 15:48
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By Randy DotingaHealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, July 16, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Although the exact reason why Alzheimer's disease develops still remains elusive, scientists report that they've found...
2014/07/16 10:28
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More than three decades ago, researchers successfully combined sperm and egg in a lab dish to produce the first children born from in vitro fertilization (IVF), sometimes referred to as "test tube...
2014/07/16 08:13
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TROY - A 45-year-old Elmira, N.Y. man faces a preliminary hearing at 1:45 p.m. today before Magisterial District Judge Jonathan Wilcox of Troy on felony aggravated assault charges and other offenses...
2014/07/15 18:17
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EAST CORNING — Nearly 30 officers from 11 area police agencies took part in a training session Tuesday to learn how to administer the heroin overdose drug, intranasal naoloxone. The training at the...
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