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Amorous African Fish Exchange Electric Pulses While Mating

...laim that the unusual sensory skill helps the fish thrive in murky streams of west Africa. Previous work has shown that each electric fish species has a unique form of electrical discharge, like a fingerprint. In the new study, the researchers found that certain discharge patterns were associated with ce...

Revealing the Secrets of Gut Ecosystem

...ost of the bacteria that live within humans do not thrive in an oxygen-rich environment, and thus are difficult or impossible to grow in culture in the lab. So the researchers turned to DNA microarray technology. That technology, developed by Brown in the 1990s, allows researchers to simultaneously measur...

Human Trafficking Booming in Eastern Europe, but Governments Dont Seem to Care

...that setup. But poverty, prostitution and crime thrive like never before in that region. Young girls are the worst victims of the churning. On a per capita basis Modolva, a small piece of territory near Ukraine, has earned the invidious distinction of being Europes top exporter of sex slaves. The Rep...

Afghan Children Fall Victim to a Disfiguring Disease

... School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. "It will thrive in post-war areas and areas where there's poor sanitation, poor community services." Cutaneous leishmaniasis is not fatal although a less-common form, visceral leishmaniasis, can cause organ failure and death. "Leishmaniasis is one of the top n...

Lyme Disease Cases Rising In The U.S

...hrubs and woods.' He adds that knowing where they thrive is the first step to getting rid of them. There is no way to know if this year's tick season will be any worse than past years. That is something, which cannot be predicted, according to John C. Jahoda, a biology professor at Bridgewater State Coll...

Young Indians Say Cheers to White Spirits

...ibitive. As a result, the grey market continues to thrive and deprive the exchequer of billions of rupees," Kapur said. If tariffs are lowered, Bacardi plans to bring Grey Goose super premium vodka into the country, besides Martini and Rossi vermouths. To comply with a WTO ruling, the central government p...

Taiwan Skincare Empire Built on 'Natural Beauty'

... without high education has strived to survive and thrive against all odds,' Tsai said. 'The lesson here is, there is no need to mourn or feel shameful for being poor. Poverty instead could serve as a catalyst, driving you forward, and setbacks make you stronger.' Tsai was born in central Changhua coun...

Export of Herbal Products to Reach Rs.120 Billion by 2012: Study

...alangal rhizonmes and roots. These herbal plants thrive best in tropical areas mostly in the various forest types spread across the Western and Eastern ghats, the Vindhyas, Chotta Nagpur plateau, Aravalis and Himalayas. Assocham noted that plants that have higher medicinal value are found in temperate a...

ALL Relapses in Most Children After Treatment

...ent’s body throughout the disease and continued to thrive even after the major population of sensitive leukaemia cells were destroyed and the patient appeared to have gone into remission. "We have shown, for the first time, that children with a greater number of these cells at diagnosis are more likely to...

Bacterium Could Treat PCBs Without the Need for Dredging

...rd and her team proved that the anaerobic bacteria thrive on the PCBs, much as humans thrive on oxygen. The microbes replace the chlorines on the PCBs with hydrogen, which fuels their growth an...

The Longest Living Ulcer Bug With Humans

...ification. H.pylori is the only microbe known to thrive well in the acidic environment of the stomach and affects the mucus lining of duodenum and stomach. Until a few years back, peptic ulcers and gastritis was attributed to spicy food and stress but now it has been understood that H.pylori is the causat...

Malaria Grips Jamaica, Nearly 160 Affected

...these countries is conducive for the mosquitoes to thrive and spread the disease. SA...

Long live first borns!

...on for the birth of more viable babies who seem to thrive better, and live longer. Younger moms, also seem to be lesser prone to infections that are potential risks to a developing baby. This study was initiated after statistics showed that the life expectancy in the past 50 years had soared considerably...

Slim chances of women getting slimmer with age when on refined food.

A recent study has confirmed that women who thrive on a diet which is rich in helpings of white bread, sugary syrups and pastries and the like //which is highly refined energy food gain more weight and flab around their midriff than women who conscientiously take a diet rich in fiber and complex ca...

What a Boy Needs

...y thing that provides the challenge that many boys thrive on,” he says. “If we fail to provide such activities supervised by caring men with whom boys feel a bond of respect and affection, they may pursue their own, often ill-advised, forms of risk-seeking behaviour in street gangs and vandalism.” He ad...

Bihar Districts Affected by Black Fever

... groves, bamboo stands and decomposed cow-dung and thrive in thatches used to make tiny houses. Flies that have bitten infected humans also transmit the disease when they bite another person. Jha, who is the principal investigator of a United Nations Development Programme-WHO project on kala azar, said ...

Make Preschool Available To All Kids - AMA

...he basic skills for life and learning necessary to thrive once they go to school. “Children who may not have these environments at home and who have not attended a good quality preschool and kindergarten may arrive at school without the social, emotional and linguistic skills to thrive. Many never catch u...

Nepal Uncorks 'Herbal Wine'

...the biting winters, and a variety of local liquors thrive in Nepal's markets along with foreign beers, whiskeys and wines. Thapa says he first tasted raksi - Nepal's strong-smelling local brew with a kick - at the age of 10. Since then, he has acquired familiarity with the different concoctions brewed by ...

Bitter Pill: Thrills That Kill

...ich many countries swear by. Yet many drug-cartels thrive and rope in patrons to spread their wings world over. Saving Grace: Family Intervention Family intervention is known to alter bad habits and behavior and is a reliable technique for alcohol or drug addiction, especially when all other strategies ...

Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever hits Turkey

... Eastern Europe and is transmitted by ticks, which thrive on sheep and cattle. The disease affects mainly farm and slaughterhouse workers in the livestock industry as they come in contact with the virus. Droplets from sneezing, blood and saliva from infected people can transmit the virus. A steep decrease ...

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