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2014/10/31 14:41
2014/10/31 14:41
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What’s Next For The Pharma Cold Chain Industry? Sonoco ThermoSafe recently released the results of its “Assessing the future of the cold chain industry” survey, which highlighted some of the upcoming...
2014/10/31 14:41
2014/10/31 14:41
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2014/10/31 13:42
2014/10/31 13:42
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Indiana Group Hosts Honor Flight for World War II Veterans By Lorain Watters - Water flows over fountain heads, sprinkling droplets onto the cement floor and polished black shoes. His wrinkled hands...
2014/10/31 05:53
2014/10/31 05:53
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IT was built when MRSA was not heard of, penicillin hadn't even been invented, lobotomies were a regular treatment and Florence Nightingale was still a practising nurse. And that is why health chiefs...
2014/10/30 20:19
2014/10/30 20:19
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Well that is all good until you contract the Ebola virus!!!! This virus is not something to take lightly. The cure is not just going to the doctor and getting a shot of penicillin! It has the...
2014/10/30 12:39
2014/10/30 12:39
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The early days of modern medicine, before penicillin and anesthesia, can seem gruesome by today's standards. But archivist and collector of medical photography, Dr. Stanley Burns, thinks it’s...
2014/10/30 05:02
2014/10/30 05:02
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It was the early to mid-1960s when an electrical engineer in Massachusetts developed a seemingly obscure concept in which, through the use of something scientists called “data packets,” one computer...
2014/10/28 18:14
2014/10/28 18:14
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Winner: Band-Aids, with 53 percent of the vote Winner: penicillin, with 48 percent of the vote Winner: Underwater vehicular tunnel, with 31 percent of the vote Winner: Light bulb, with 65 percent...
2014/10/27 13:29
2014/10/27 13:29
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On August 1, Uganda's Supreme Court struck down the anti-homosexuality law on a technicality. The decision provided some much needed relief to the embattled LGTB-community. But the issue might just...
2014/10/27 07:26
2014/10/27 07:26
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Canberra researcher recognised with national Young Florey Medal Professor Carola Vinuesa from the Australian National University (ANU) John Curtin School for Medical Research has received the...
2014/10/26 19:53
2014/10/26 19:53
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Schoolgirl Lydia Lal began to BURN from the inside out after a devastating reaction to antibiotics prescribed for a high temperature. Her mother has revealed how the five-year-old teetered on the...
2014/10/26 12:44
2014/10/26 12:44
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THE intensive care team at Bathurst Base Hospital has been credited with a medical discovery that has already been responsible for the biggest reduction in patient mortality in the history of...
2014/10/26 10:52
2014/10/26 10:52
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Although she did not feel feverish, Gray said, a health-care worker told her she had a temperature of 105 degrees. "I looked at the thermometer," she said. "It read 98." Gray said she was asked if...
2014/10/25 21:48
2014/10/25 21:48
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Hey, creationists, wrap your minds around this: Not only is evolution definitely a thing, it’s happening all around us — and at an incredibly rapid pace. The growing threat of antibiotic resistance,...
2014/10/24 18:24
2014/10/24 18:24
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You could write a history of the world just by looking at the words that got into the dictionary, and disappeared from it. You would of course have your great scientific advances: oxygen, aeroplane,...
2014/10/24 04:06
2014/10/24 04:06
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Fifty years later, the 1893 Lady Liberty silver dollar still takes up space in Rick English's wallet. It's a daily reminder of just how poor he was on the August day he first arrived at the University...
2014/10/23 17:46
2014/10/23 17:46
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Crowds line the dockside in Melbourne, as a troopship prepares to depart in 1917. Photo: Getty-Images In the scrubby silence of a nature reserve east of Frankston lie the remains of a stone statue...
2014/10/23 16:22
2014/10/23 16:22
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Terrible reaction to ibuprofen causes man's skin to erupt in blisters and face to look like he's been punched Paul Burkhardt, 36, bought a 70p pack of ibuprofen from a corner shop Two days later he...
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 05:32
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,...
2014/10/31 14:41
2014/10/31 14:41
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