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EU Aims to Shake Up Wine Industry With Root-and-branch Reform

...etitiveness of the European wine producers, try to win back markets, drain the infamous wine lakes and of...trict but "confusing" rules on bottle labelling to win back lost market share in Europe. "I think we shoot ourselves in the foot with rules that are inde...

Computer Games World Cup Kicks Off in Paris

...n the industry. His team is among the favorites to win the Counter-Strike competition. "We try to practise four hours a day, four days a week, and we intensify before the competition," he said. "I get a salary every month. I cannot tell exactly how much but enough to live, more than a thousand euros." ...

Doctors Not Exempt from Competition Law, Australian Commission Warns

...called it a "witch hunt". Last month, in a rare win for doctors, the ACCC granted an authorisation to GPs working in the same practice, to allow them to set the same prices for consultations and hospital services....

Gays and Lesbians can Obtain asylum in US on Grounds of Harassment and Abuse

...xperts said, it might be harder for homosexuals to win asylum claims on grounds of sexual orientation if they come from countries with dictatorial governments that repress a variety of people. Victoria Neilson, legal director of a private New York agency called Immigration Equality, said that seeking asy...

Ginger Spice Determined to Win Bulimia Battle

Spice Girl Geri Halliwell seems determined to win the battle over her eating disorder bulimia . That's the reason why Ginger Spice attended a private addiction clinic and an over-eaters' group recently, reports The Sun. Geri, who has confessed battling bulimia in the past, looked bloated and exh...

Paris Set for Pedal Power Revolution

...ting on the sheer number of bikes on the street to win over doubters, and force the notoriously aggressive Parisian drivers to be more considerate. To allow for intensive use, the bikes themselves are sturdy machines, weighing 22 kilograms (50 pounds) with three gears and a large front basket with a lo...

Shoulder Protection by Throwing Motion in Baseball Players

...r-old pitcher shouldnt be throwing through pain to win a Little League game, concludes Dr. Mair. Dr. Mair notes that children need a break from throwing: In the old days kids pitched in the summer and then played basketball or football in the winter. That was better for growing children. Now, some chil...

'Sweet Herb' may Be Green Gold for Paraguay

... gold mine, authorities are now launching a bid to win international recognition as the stevia plant's country of origin....

EU Drug Regulator Highlights Depression Danger of Weight-loss Pill

...French group Sanofi-Aventis, abandoned attempts to win approval for the drug in the United States as a result. The European Medicines Agency (EMEA) recommended Thursday that Acomplia, also known as Rimonabant, should not be given to patients with depression or those taking anti-depressants because of t...

Memory T Cells Protect the Body from Viruses

... difficult to imagine how the memory T cells could win this race, said Sigal, the lead author of the study. The Fox Chase experiments show that memory CD8 T cells rapidly multiply and kill target cells inside the lymph node. In fact we found that memory CD8 T cells already killed target cells in the lymp...

Autism Case Hearing Still to Produce Clinching Evidence on Vaccine Linkage

... were more relevant issues, he argued. In order to win their case, it seems likely that Cedillos will have to convince the three special masters -- the judges, in effect, in the special "vaccine court" at the U.S. Court of Claims -- of the reliability of the witnesses' account that measles RNA was detect...

Body's Defence Mechanism Against Viral Disease Discovered

... difficult to imagine how the memory T cells could win this race," said Sigal, because process of lymphocyte multiplication and migration may take several days while viruses multiply and spread quicker. The researchers say that their experiments have shown the ability of memory T cells to rapidly multi...

Generic Competitor for Plavix Blocked in US

...e appeal with the Federal Circuit in Washington. A win would allow the company to "once again make possible billions of dollars in savings for the public," said Chief Executive Barry Sherman. Apotex's drug sells for about $124 for 30 pills, compared with $148 for a month's supply for the branded versio...

Keep a Cool Head on Hot, Humid Days to Avoid Heat Stroke

...eves you're more likely to avoid this scenario and win the battle against the heat when armed with a little knowledge. Heat stroke is an injury to internal organs caused by an excessively high body temperature. It can damage the central nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, and other organs...

Revealing the Secrets of Gut Ecosystem

...ally well suited for your gut and they're going to win no matter what."...

Japan's All-star Speed Eater Suffers Professional Injury

... after the slender 29-year-old started training to win his seventh straight title at the annual July 4 Na...ff by my own body," he said. "But with the goal to win another title with a new record, I couldn't stop my training so close to the competition. "I was co...

US Supreme Court Could Protect Medical Equipment Manufacturers from Law Suits

... the end of the case, the federal government could win a ruling by which it could simply prohibit states from imposing more stringent consumer regulations than what it lays down. True to his undisguised bias for the industry, Bush has been tacitly encouraging various federal agencies to adopt regulatio...

Indian-born Australian Scientist Wins Award for Stem Cell Research

...with my knowledge of new technology and went on to win the Young Scientist Award for facilitating the development of assisted reproductive technologies given by the Indian National Science Academy," Sidhu says. "My study looked at molecules present on the surface of egg and sperm to prevent fertilisation...

Negative Emotions Affect Old and Young Differently

...ere shown cues telling them that they could either win or lose money. They had to rate their own excitement at the prospects while their brain activity was monitored using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), the online edition of New Scientist reported. However, when winning money, activity i...

Binge Drinking Leads to Neurocognitive Deficits Among College Students

...e them to "lose" money. The goal of the game is to win as much money as possible. Decks A and B have a total penalty of $1250 for every ten cards; C and D have a total penalty of $250 for every ten cards). Thus, A and B are "bad decks," and C and D are "good decks." "We found that stable high-binge dri...

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