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Injection May Heal Damaged Heart

...etting through. The heart muscle dies or is permanently damaged. But researchers at Children's Hospital Boston report progress toward someday being ale to regenerate heart tissue after a heart attack or heart failure and even in children who are born with congenital heart defects. In a study on mi...

Oh Mama! Heads Back to the Lab to Create the First Ever Ginger-Ale for Moms-To-Be

... pleased to announce the launch of Oh Mama! Ginger ale Elixir, specifically designed to both combat the s...g women have their solution. The Oh Mama! Ginger ale Elixir is infused with nature's top-three nausea c...food for smart mothers and babies, Oh Mama! Ginger ale Elixir is fortified with 100% R.D.A. of folic acid...

Indian medicinal plant Acanthus ilicifolius may combat liver cancer

...nting hepatic DNA alterations and sister-chromatid exchanges (a type of chromosomal damage) in tumor-bearing mice. The study further demonstrated that ale treatment was able to limit liver metallothionein expression, a potential marker for cell proliferation, and lengthen the mean survival of animals to ...

Stem Cells Help Paralyzed Mice Walk

...lated a new method of using stem cells to repair injured spinal cords in laboratory mice. //This new method was so successful that paralyzed mice were ale to walk again. "This is an important first step, but it really is a first step, a proof of principle that . . . you can rewire part of the nervo...

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New Research Confirms the Benefit of Extended-Release Dipyridamole Plus ASA for Preventing Recurrent Stroke in Low- and High-Risk Patients

...disease. Benefit was also seen in all baseline risk strata as assessed with two different risk scores. Co-author of this investigation, Professor ale Algra, University Medical Center Utrecht, Netherlands commented: "This new meta-analysis confirms that the combination of ASA and dipyridamole is more...

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Anti-cancer Compound In Beer Gaining Interest

...ds than others. The lager and pilsner beers commonly sold in domestic U.S. brews have fairly low levels of these compounds, but some porter, stout and ale brews have much higher levels. Ideally, researchers say, cancer chemoprevention is targeted at the early stages of cancer development and prevented...

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Kentucky Ale Will Be the Official Beer of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games

The World Games 2010 Foundation today announced Kentucky Ale as the Official Beer of the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. Lexington, KY (PRWEB) March 10, 2009 -- The World Games 2010 Foundation today announced Kentucky Ale as the Official Beer of the 2010 Allte...

Brewing better beer: Scientists determine the genomic origins of lager yeasts

...nus strains," said Sherlock. "It is likely that each of these groups derived the S. cerevisiae portions of their genomes from distinct but related ale yeasts, and that these natural hybrids were then selected by brewers due to their abilities to ferment at cold temperatures." While this work ident...

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