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George Bush pledges 200 million dollars for AIDS relief

American president George .W. Bush has pledged 200 million dollars to fight AIDS. The money will be directed toward a United Nations fund designed to pay for treatment and prevention of HIV/AIDS, as well as malaria and tuberculosis. Those three diseases together killed some 5.5 million people last year, the bulk of them in Africa,according to the World Health Organization (WHO). ..The sheer numb...

Arsenic May Have Been Responsible For The Madness Of King George III Of England

An interesting study from hair of King George III reveals that he may// have been consuming Arsenic and this lead to his unusually severe and prolonged bouts of madness. ....Lancet has published this report this week and at last has been able to throw light on the reason for the madness of the famous English King George III. The study reports to have found high concentrations of arsenic in a s...

Study Unveils New Insight To The Madness Of King George III

Researchers from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute had discovered a new molecular explanation for the episodic attacks of irrational and demented behavior in the disease called porphyria, the disease that was probably behind the // madness of king George III. .. ..The Dana-Farber scientists say in a report featured on the cover of the August 26 issue of the journal Cell that the nutritional component...

Investigation into the Poor Hospital Facility That Led To the Death of George Cook

The death of an elderly Nanaimo, B.C. man, George Cook father Cheryle Cook on a normal day resulted in an investigation has be launched against the hospital. His death was mainly because the delay in administering// proper treatment. It took seven hours before he was seen by a doctor who pronounced him dead. ..He died as he waited for emergency care. Cheryle Cook said that the 88-year-old Cook w...

Georgetown University Heads Alternative Tobacco Project

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has announced a grant of $17 million to a consortium of research centers led by Georgetown University Medical Center.// The aim of the grant is to fund a project to determine if alternative tobacco products reduce health risks of tobacco itself. ....The sweeping grant, the first of its kind, will examine all aspects of the increasing number of "safer" tobacco o...
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(Date:4/17/2014)... Men who show signs of chronic inflammation in non-cancerous ... actually having prostate cancer than those with no inflammation, ... researchers from the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. , ... stronger for men with so-called high-grade prostate cancer ... indicating the presence of the most aggressive and ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... issue of Experimental Biology and Medicine ... Gaskins and Paul Kenis in the Institute of ... University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign describe their recent work ... a variety of cell functions including energy metabolism, ... roles in regulating normal cellular behavior, redox status ...
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(Date:4/17/2014)... and pathogens that devastate honeybees in Europe, Asia and ... do not appear to be impacting native honeybee populations ... researchers., The invasive pests include including Nosema microsporidia ... honeybees appear to be resilient to these invasive pests, ... control pests in Europe, Asia and the United States ...
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(Date:4/17/2014)... researchers have detected new early-warning signs of the potential ... have far-reaching implications for the diagnosis and treatment of ... million Americans. , "We had not expected to see ... stages," said Ann Elsner, professor and associate dean in ... the study. "We set out to study the early ...
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