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Ted Karkus Admits to Financial Relationship With Dr. Richard A. Rosenbloom; Demonstrates Pattern of Improper Influence, Unethical Behavior, Falsification and Distortion; Company Questions What Else Karkus May Be Hiding From Shareholders

DOYLESTOWN, Pa., May 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Quigley Corporation, (Nasdaq: QGLY ), www.quigleyco.com , today announced that it has uncovered additional facts with respect to the relationship between Ted Karkus and Dr. Richard Rosenbloom. The following are among the facts that we...

US FDA Admits Risks of Mercury Dental Fillings, Settles Lawsuit

Statement of Michael Bender, Plaintiff WASHINGTON, June 5 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- "After 32 years of delay, the Food and Drug Administration has finally agreed to comply with the law and set a date to classify mercury amalgam as a substance that poses a health risk to pregnant women and u...

Accused 13yr Old Admits to Stabbing Her Brother

A 13-year-old girl accused of killing a Medicine Hat family broke down on the witness stand Tuesday while admitting to stabbing her eight-year-old brother who was pleading for his life. She said that she did it only because her boyfriend told her to. She is accused of murdering her parents...

Anne Hathaway Admits That She is Not as squeaky-clean as She Appears

Actress Anne Hathaway has revealed that she is not as squeaky-clean as she appears . In a recent interview with Marie Claire, the Princess Diaries star confessed that she is quite the opposite of her supposed righteous image. I love [the band] Peaches. When people are all like, Do yo...

Amy Winehouse Admits She's a 'terrible Drunk'

British singer Amy Winehouse has confessed that she is has a 'terrible problem' with booze, which has replaced drugs . Speaking at her homecoming show in Dublin Castle pub in Camden, north London, the singer added that she doesn't know if the media has exaggerated her problem. She added t...

Sylvester Stallone Admits He Tried to Smuggle Banned Growth Hormone to Australia

Yet another star falls for banned substances. The 60-year-old macho Sylvester Stallone admitted to possessing the growth hormone Jintropin when he was stopped at Sydney airport in February last. Stallone was then in Australia to promote his film Rocky Balboa, but he was not in the Sydney cour...

China Admits Fake Blood Protein Used in Drips

Only two days ago, China sought to turn the tables by declaring that some recent imports of raisins from the US did not meet its safety standards and destroyed them . That was apparently in retaliation to the barrage of criticism over the safety of a variety of products exported by China. B...

World's Oldest Mother Admits Her Actual Age

Carmela Bousada, the world’s oldest mother admitted to a British newspaper that she lied to a U.S. Fertility clinic about her age, so that she could deliver her babies. She// gave birth to twin sons named Pau and Christian on December 29, 2006. Bousada, who turned 67 this month, lied by saying ...

Minister Admits Alcohol Plan Has Flopped

Scottish deputy health minister Lewis Macdonald has acknowledged that the drinking problem in Scotland will not vanish overnight//. This admission came after a top expert said that the action plan to control alcoholism, which was released by the Scottish Executive in 2002, had failed. Professo...

Drug Company Admits Knowledge Of Side Effects In Monkeys

TeGenero, a German based drug firm that had manufactured TGN-1412, has now admitted that the drug had showed adverse effects//, when tested on monkeys. Four out of the six who were admitted to the intensive care unit of a London based hospital following the drug administration are recovering, accor...

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IDsmart Admits in Court Document That e-Smart's Technology was Used to Develop IDsmart's Smart Card

NEW YORK, April 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- e-Smart(R) Technologies, Inc. (Pink Sheets: ESMT); ("e-Smart" or the "Company") and its parent company, IVI Smart Technologies, Inc., (IVI) (hereinafter, collectively, the "Company") learned from disclosures filed in a Motion last month by IDsmart LL...

Songbird study from CSHL, CCNY provides concrete measure of biology's impact on culture

...enerations into a song that closely resembled the song normally found in the wild. "I was more pleased than surprised with the experimental data," admits Mitra. "I came in with a strong bias that wild-type song culture would spontaneously emerge." His colleagues, the experimentalists, were careful to de...

Quails get super fit by simply eating omega-3 diet

...es the duo found that the enzymes' activity levels had increased by between 58 and 90% to levels normally only seen in the migrating sandpipers. Weber admits that he was astonished by the increase. Even top human endurance athletes only improve their oxidative enzyme activities by 38 to 76% after 7 weeks of...

NAU research ties tree mortality trends to climate warming

...rom severe stand-replacing wildfires." Ful, a big believer in thinning forests to protect the vigor of old growth trees and produce biomass fuels, admits the study is a "gloomy predictor of the future, but we still have the option of making a practical difference with forest management," he said. "If cl...

Whispering bats are 100 times louder than previously thought

... that M. macrophyllum would be louder because she couldn't see how the animals could locate moving insects with a low intensity echolocation call, but admits that she was amazed that they were so much louder and that they could also adjust the volume to match their prey. ...

Dune and dirty: Hurricane teaches lessons through ecosystem research

...e-slashed coastal ecosystems from the standpoint of people who choose to live nearby and those who want to enjoy the state's property. Feagin, who admits a passion for coastal ecosystems, said four elements are impacted as a hurricane rolls over a barrier island: beaches erode, sand dunes "blow out," ho...

French scientist wins the Journal of Experimental Biology Outstanding Paper Prize

...ion in relation to colony growth in ants' (Dussutour and Simpson, 2008) and admits that she was 'very happy and surprised,' when she received the news. 'I had...in Toulouse where she has been awarded a prestigious CNRS position. Simpson admits that he is 'very proud and very sad to lose her, but it has been a terrific...

Johns Hopkins researchers detect sweet cacophony while listening to cellular cross-talk

...cess called phosphorylation. Now, after decades of investigating the "new" sugar-based protein modification they discovered, the Johns Hopkins team admits that they themselves were surprised by their latest results. Published recently in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, their findin...

Bee swarms follow high-speed 'streaker' bees to find a new nest

... towards the nest, with bees concentrated in the middle third of the top layer showing the strongest preference to head towards the nest. Schultz also admits that he was surprised at how random the bees' trajectories were in the bottom half of the swarm, 'they were going in every direction,' he says, but th...

Researchers note differences between people and animals on calorie restriction

...lower in protein might protect against some cancers. These more recent findings suggest lowering protein also might be important to longevity. Fontana admits his evidence is preliminary, but the findings suggest that when people adjust their diets to improve health and lengthen life, they should control not...
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Comedy 'Horror In The Wind' Banned In New Mexico

...ogenetics. "In spite of the comedic nature of the project, I have to confess that the biogenetics research scared the hell out of me," admits Mitchell. "Most people are probably not aware of discoveries in biogenetics that may one day, in the wrong hands, wreak havoc on our lives. Thi...

Purdue Pharma L.P. Announces Resolution of OxyContin(R) Patent Lawsuit with Mallinckrodt Inc.

...for the Southern District of New York. According to the agreement, Mallinckrodt acknowledges the validity and enforceability of Purdue's patents and admits that marketing generic versions of OxyContin under its Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA) without a license from Purdue would infringe these pate...

pH Balanced RepHresh Vaginal Gel(R) now Available to Women in Canada Attacking Tough, Embarrassing Feminine Issues

...k, I noticed the odor is completely gone and I was amazed. I would recommend this product to ANYONE." "I thought all hope of being normal was gone," admits Nicole, "until I tried RepHresh. I feel like myself again! Thank you so much!!!!" "We may be creating a buzz by talking about something that makes p...

Hearing Scheduled in the Delaware Court of Chancery for August 27, 2007 to Establish the Valid Approval and Consummation of the Merger Between PharmAthene, Inc. and Healthcare Acquisition Corp.

... PharmAthene, Inc., C.A. No. 3161-CC. A copy of the Complaint can be obtained from PharmAthene. The Answer to the Complaint that PharmAthene has filed admits the facts alleged therein and agrees that the request for judicial determination under 225(b) of the Delaware General Corporation Law is appropriate. ...

Spend Money to Make Money and Dump Obsolete Tech Strategies

... clean up the mess. The failure is usually explained as a rare fluke or some unusual external force that affected the anticipated outcome. No one ever admits that the idea was a bad one in the first place and many times the failed strategy isnt tagged to its originator. There are some outcomes where the...

Digital Lifestyle: I'm linked in, now what?

...rhaps my worry is fueled by the Forum's staging, which looked a lot like the digital home mockup Intel used at DEMO 98, when Intel shared what even it admits was a flawed vision of the digital home.) Louis Burns, Intel's vice president and general manager for the Desktop Platforms Group, shared Intel's v...

Entrepreneurial Profile Kelly Hansen, CEO of Neohapsis, Inc.

...cromanaging her company down to the last detail, Hansen concentrates on figuring out the most effective way to share her responsibilities. Hansen admits that delegating tasks is not something that comes naturally. "I've spent so much of my life trying to prove that I could do it," Hansen said, that th...

Simple versus simple-minded

...oster painting. The artist shrugs his shoulders, walks over to his easel and whips out a rooster painting in fifteen minutes. The king is outraged. He admits it is a very good painting of a rooster, perhaps even ze best, but he was told it would take a year and obviously it has taken only fifteen minutes. N...

State web site needs overhaul

...nd best practices. Additionally, in a separate CDG survey of 25 state web sites, Wisconsin came in last place. Matt Miszewski, Wisconsin's CIO, admits that Wisconsin's site, or portal, as they are called, has some distance to cover before it wins any awards. "I'm highly critical of our current portal...

State campaign seeks to reverse negative perception of manufacturing work

... order to pull it off, we knew it needed to be a multimedia campaign and that the components of it were going to be costly for the college." Holmes admits it's not common for a technical college to back such a huge campaign - one dependent on relaying messages and images via television, billboard, radio,...
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Kidney

...e "bean-shaped" organs, and have a concave side facing inwards (medially). On this medial aspect of each kidney is an opening, called the hilus, which admits the renal artery , the renal vein , nerves , and the ureter . Organization The outermost portion of the kidney is called the renal cortex...
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