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Don’t Chicken Out

...nybody to tuck in. The purpose of the party was to assuage people’s fear in eating chicken after the bird-flu outbreak. The hotel was quite a scene with hundreds of people, mainly the youngsters, wanting to make the most of what is being offered. Chicken lovers from very far off place also made a beeline t...

Sleeping pill wakes up comatose patient

...after being administered a sleeping pill, given to assuage a spell of restlessness//. This pill will hit the research table for thorough clinical testing. Zolpidem, the name of this sleeping pill, will be clinically tested on 30 patients during the course of this year, to check out its potential to tempora...

Nepali Rhesus May be Used as an Alternate for HIV/AIDS Research

...rch. // The Nepali species can be used in order to assuage the prevailing shortage of laboratory animals used for developing of vaccines for HIV/AIDS. Writing in the cover story of the current issue of the American Journal of Primatology, researchers headed by Randall Kyes of the University of Washington re...

Indonesian Tourism on Downward Trend After Java Quake

...rienced a 60 percent drop in tourists, he tried to assuage fears about the prospects of the tourism industry. "I'm sure that within the next two weeks, Yogyakarta's tourism industry will bounce back," Wacik said. (Source: IANS)...

Vulnerability to Ear Infections Lessened by Breast Feeding

...age 6. Children who had required drainage tubes to assuage recurrent or persistent ear infections were also placed in the "susceptible" category. "We know that the tendency to get this infection runs in families, and so we decided to look for small variations — what we call ‘single-nucleotide polymorphisms,...

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