Fish Oils May Prevent and Treat Heart Disease
Set against that one trial are the many larger studies cited by Lavie, and epidemiological evidence showing that populations such as Asians and alaskan
Eskimos, whose diets are rich in fish oil, have a low incidence of cardiovascular disease.
The picture is not complete, the new report noted. Studi...
Culture May Help Raise Breast Cancer Death Rate for American Indians
...th rates from breast cancer in American Indian and alaskan
native women are linked to cultural beliefs, not b...st of cancer-related deaths in American Indian and alaskan
native women, and these women also have the lowest...onal interventions designed by American Indian and alaskan
native women prompted women in those communities t...
Climate Change Could Sting Allergy, Asthma Sufferers
...on to longer pollen seasons, the plant and tree life is changing along with the warmer temperatures. Demain said it's estimated that 90 percent of the alaskan
tundra will be forested by 2100, and that the types of trees that are most common are changing, too.
The warmer temperatures are also attracting in...
Diversified Agency Services Network Launches TogoRun(TM), A New Global Healthcare Communications Agency
The Story Behind TogoRun
The firm's name was inspired by the 1925 Nome Serum Run, when a diphtheria epidemic threatened to wipe out the frontier alaskan
town. As sled dogs raced 1,000 miles to deliver serum from Anchorage, an undersized Husky named Togo led his team farther and faster than any other. ...
More U.S. Kids Taking Diabetes, Blood Pressure Drugs
...so reported in the journal. One study found that American Indian and Native alaskan
children are much more likely to be obese than are white and Asian children...e obese in 2005 -- including more than 31 percent of American Indian/Native alaskan
children, 22 percent of Hispanic children, 21 percent of black children, 16...
National Quality Forum Endorses Guidelines to Reduce Disparities in Healthcare and Make Care Patient-Centered and Culturally Appropriate
...isease, disability, and mortality. African Americans have higher death rates from heart disease, diabetes, AIDS, and cancer, and American Indians and alaskan
Natives have lower life expectancies and higher rates of infant mortality.
"Truly high-quality care is also culturally competent care," said Jane...
Tens of Thousands View DressLikePalin Web Site
... 8 1/2 months and takes Ritalin... -- Textbooks for inner city children. -- Membership in Environmental organizations opposed to Drilling in the alaskan
natural Wildlife Preserve. -- Five full time case workers at our local domestic violence program, for a year, with benefits. -- Food for refugee...
Federal Advisory Committee Votes to Include Newly Licensed Pentacel(R) Vaccine in Vaccines for Children Program
...to receive VFC vaccines:
-- Are 18 years of age or younger -- Are eligible for Medicaid -- Have no health insurance -- Are Native American or alaskan
-- Have health insurance that does not cover vaccination, requiring
these children go to a Federally Qualified Health Center or Rural Health
Now You Can Have Your Fish and Enjoy It Too...
...themselves on creating meals which
feature the nutritional benefits consumers want, and the taste and quality
they deserve. They have selected quality alaskan
Pollock and farmed shrimp
from Thailand for Seafood Selections. In addition, the entrees feature
exciting and contemporary preparations such as tortil...
Climate change could impact vital functions of microbes
...he 108th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.
Treseder studied the effect of rising temperatures and fungi on carbon stores in alaskan
boreal forests, one area of the globe that is experiencing greater warming than others.
There is a lot of frozen dead material under the snowpack....
Alaskan in Biological News
Decline in Alaskan sea otters affects bald eagles' diet
Sea otters are known as a keystone species, filling such an important niche in ocean communities that without them, entire ecosystems can collapse. Scientists are finding, however, that sea otters can have even farther-reaching effects that extend to terrestrial communities and alter the behavior ...
Ice Age extinction claimed highly carnivorous Alaskan wolves
The extinction of many large mammals at the end of the Ice Age may have packed an even bigger punch than scientists have realized. To the list of victims such as woolly mammoths and saber-toothed cats, a Smithsonian-led team of scientists has added one more: a highly carnivorous form of wolf that...
NASA study: Alaskan fires affected Houston air quality in 2004
An innovative new NASA-funded study based on a combination of satellite data, computer models and weather balloon readings finds that smoke from Alaskan
and Canadian forest fires as much as doubled ground-level ozone thousands of miles away in Houston during a two-day period in July 2004. The study...
UCSB scientists document fate of huge oil slicks from seeps at coal oil point
...night. What happened next is considered one of the nation's worst environmental disasters: 10.8 million gallons of crude oil spilled into the pristine alaskan
waters, eventually covering 11,000 square miles of ocean.
Now, imagine 8 to 80 times the amount of oil spilled in the Exxon Valdez accident.
Indigenous peoples at world summit to share climate change observations, coping techniques
...takes place in Anchorage, about 800 km east of the alaskan
village of Newtok, where intensifying river flow a...c milestone the first official casualty among six alaskan
Inuit settlements in urgent need of relocation, in...ed to protect victims of forced "climigration"
human rights lawyer and Summit participant Robin B...
Arctic governments and industry still unprepared for oil spills 20 years after Exxon Valdez
...o decades after the Exxon Valdez oil spill devastated a vast stretch of the alaskan
coast, governments and industry in the Arctic would be unable to effectivel...stroyed, many wildlife and fish populations still haven't recovered and the alaskan
economy lost billions of dollars. We can't let that happen again in Alaska'...
Marine scientists to assess environment before offshore drilling begins in US arctic waters
...egional oil, gas and mining operations," says Dr. Steve Lanoux, the grant's project manager and assistant director of operations at UTMSI. "The native alaskan
populations are very concerned about their environment and economy, and we will be including them in our planning and collecting to take advantage of ...
USGS Science Picks
Understanding the Level of Protection for alaskan
LEADS: (top news, updates and ha...y recoverable gas from natural gas hydrates on the alaskan
North Slope. The USGS assessment is the first-ever...v .
Understanding the Level of Protection for alaskan
Scientists are studying species range an...
Fitness in a changing world
...rounding Eda, two additional blocks of the same chromosome were also tightly linked to each other and the lateral plate trait. Genetic mapping work on alaskan
stickleback was conducted by William Cresko at the University of Oregon and supported by the National Science Foundation.
Fish develop full lateral...
New study offers solution to global fisheries collapse
... no incentive for stewardship when you don't own the rights to it."
halibut fishery is a prime example of success. In 1995, when the fishery co...allocated between individuals and processors, can be contentious, as in the alaskan
king crab fishery and elsewhere.
"One of the big challenges in catch sh...
Alaskan in Biological Technology
MapTeach project spreads Alaskan geographic knowledge online
3D Visualization of landscape above Ophir Creek in Alaska. Credit: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Traditional, rural Alaskan
knowledge can now spread globally thanks to a joint effort between UW-Madisons Environmental Remote Sensing Center and the Alaska Division of Geologi...
Trubion Announces Presentations at Upcoming Investor Conferences
-- March 18: Invest Northwest Investor Conference at the Bell Harbor
International Convention Center, 2211 alaskan
Way, in Seattle. Michelle
Burris, chief financial officer and senior vice president, is scheduled to
present at 10:50 a.m. PST. A replay of the webcas...
While schools combat low tech enrollment, are businesses contributing to IT workforce woes?
...oject management over code writing.
At the moment, her dream job would be chief technologist for a cruise line - a native of Alaska, she enjoyed an alaskan
cruise last summer - and she isn't frightened off by economic trends like off shoring because we still need to have IT skills within the U.S.