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2014/10/23 05:48
2014/10/23 05:48
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The Times' investigative article, written by correspondent C.J. Chivers, documented at least six occasions since 2004 when U.S. troops were secretly exposed to Iraqi chemical weapons, including the...
2014/10/23 05:48
2014/10/23 05:48
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2014/10/23 05:32
2014/10/23 05:32
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What shows up: �Psoriasis appears as patches of red, raised, circular lesions covered by whitish scales, especially on the knees and elbows,� says Prystowsky. Next step:If you also have joint pain,...
2014/10/22 13:44
2014/10/22 13:44
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At a recent meeting of environmental toxicologists and chemists, I asked for a show of hands indicating those who had experienced bed bugs personally. While my graying colleagues looked befuddled,...
2014/10/21 19:17
2014/10/21 19:17
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Accidents happen, from the Titanic (1912) to Bhopal (1984), Chernobyl (1986), Exxon Valdez (1989) to Deepwater Horizon (2010) and Fukushima (2011), and every day. Given that human error or errors were...
2014/10/21 18:43
2014/10/21 18:43
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Ranbaxy tasted success for the first time in the 1960s with its tranquiliser, Calmpose. The drug, diazepam, was owned by Roche but it hadn't sought patent protection for it in India. Bhai Mohan Singh,...
2014/10/21 06:33
2014/10/21 06:33
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Salisbury Post Dr. Ada Fisher: Police Powers Acts and Diseases While a student at Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health, the Police Powers Acts stood out to me. They were...
2014/10/21 06:08
2014/10/21 06:08
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News outlets report on a range of health law implementation issues that are causing challenges for consumers, employers and Obamacare advocates. Patricia Wanderlich got insurance through the...
2014/10/20 18:29
2014/10/20 18:29
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CHANGE of lifestyles is among reasons for more cases of asthma, especially among infants, due to increased dependency on artificial dairy products and cow milk. Speaking to the 'Daily News on...
2014/10/20 12:44
2014/10/20 12:44
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A carbapenem molecule enters a beta-lactamase enzyme (blue arrow), which alters its structure. The ineffective molecule is then released (orange arrow).UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL Carbapenems, beta-lactam...
2014/10/20 10:13
2014/10/20 10:13
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That’s according to the latest QS World University Rankings — which claim to be the most widely read campus comparison and rate UK academia in general as pretty darn good (only the US beats British...
2014/10/18 18:17
2014/10/18 18:17
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We haven't got the money, so we've got to think! – Ernest Rutherford (1871–1937), British pioneer nuclear physicist Firstly, gradualness. About this most important condition of fruitful scientific...
2014/10/17 02:52
2014/10/17 02:52
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Last night’s dessert was spectacular. As with many finales, that perfect ending to a perfect meal left you satisfied for the rest of the evening. It was, like some conclusions — a little nightcap, a...
2014/10/16 08:08
2014/10/16 08:08
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Bionow, a not for profit membership organisation for the biomedical / life-sciences industry, is delighted to be hosting the 2014 BioInfect Conference. A major one day conference looking at the...
2014/10/16 00:07
2014/10/16 00:07
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MANKATO, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota State community adviser charged with breaking into a dorm room and pepper spraying a woman faces more felony charges. Twenty-year-old Alexander Gowan-Nuehring...
2014/10/15 21:45
2014/10/15 21:45
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Sick of overpriced cocktails that cost more than your monthly rent? Tired of waiting for hours on end while your bartender -- excuse us, mixologist -- meticulously measures the components of your...
2014/10/15 18:03
2014/10/15 18:03
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Following the tragic death of Keith Pierce due to severe sepsis, ABC FOX Montana decided to look further into bacterial infections and sepsis. Jack Tkach, a dermatologist for over 30 years, says...
2014/10/15 13:22
2014/10/15 13:22
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Isabelle Hoffman, the CEO of a food scanning company called Tellspec, pours two delicate cups of organic keemun tea and sets a jar of raw honey in front of me on her kitchen counter. It reminds her of...
2014/10/14 10:13
2014/10/14 10:13
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What threatens the influx of talent to the biggest biomedical research centre in the world is the anti-immigration language of the Government. Sir Paul says: “We need to be able to attract from...
2014/10/14 07:26
2014/10/14 07:26
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... Dr Jocelyn Lowinger Meningococcal disease includes a range of potentially fatal infections. As these infections develop quickly, it's essential to get early diagnosis and treatment. Meningococcal...
2014/10/14 01:43
2014/10/14 01:43
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Rows of beauty products from blemish powder to face cream to liquid soap are neatly stacked at Song Vang’s stand at the bustling Hmongtown Marketplace in St. Paul. But what visitors won’t find there...
2014/10/23 05:48
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