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Camels with a Cause Helps Ease the Pain of Arthritis

...vertising and its charity fundraising initiative, camels with a Cause (CWAC) , have announced its latest mi...I'm so grateful for everyone at cj Advertising and camels with a Cause for helping me and my family while al...C will support the Arthritis Foundation. About camels with a Cause: Camels with a Cause (CWAC) is desig...

Tobacco Companies Targeting Teens, Study Says

...school girls and 54 percent of high-school girls, while the brand is preferred by 38 percent of middle-school boys and 50 percent of high-school boys. camels were smoked by 12 percent of middle-school boys, compared with 4 percent of girls. Newport, a menthol cigarette that is primarily marketed to black...

Video: The Cigarette Is Dead Social Movement Takes Aim at Deadly Icon

...From sidewalks to skyscrapers, The Cigarette is Dead is taking over neighborhoods to declare the end of a smoke and mirrors era glamorized by cowboys, camels and cool. The Cigarette is Dead movement has made its mark across Colorado by taking over billboards and bus shelters; painting murals, hanging larg...

Indian Boffins to Fight Wrinkles With Camels' Milk

... the cream be produced commercially," said the chief scientist of the unit, which is based in the desert state of Rajasthan and has bred a herd of 270 camels for research projects. Having fairer skin is something of a national obsession in India and has helped spur massive growth in the beauty indus...

Tobacco Industry Promotes Antismoking Campaigns

... States attorney generals continue to enforce the provisions of the agreement, Ibrahim said. A recent product that has created uproar is camels No. 9s pink cigarettes that public health advocates say target teenage girls not women. In June, congress sent a letter to the editors of 11 major mag...

Experts Warn Against Raw Milk Following Rift Valley Fever Outbreak in Kenya

...ied. The Rift Valley Fever, which was first detected in the 1930s in South Africa, affects livestock such as cattle, buffalo, sheep, goats, and camels as well as human beings. Experts believe that the mosquito-borne pathogen had crossed the Sahara into Egypt by 1977 and by 1999 had traversed t...

Researchers have Developed Anti-wrinkle Cream From Camel's Milk

... state. Over the years, NRCC has developed excellent laboratory facilities and infrastructure. Elite breeds of Bikaneri, Jaisalmeri and Kachchi camels have been developed by the institute. (Source: IANS) ...

Milking the ship of the desert for 'white gold'

...s. Yagil, however, says he has developed a method that yields at least 15 litres per camel a day. Traditionally seen as riding and pack animals, camels are hugely underestimated and under-exploited for their milk, even though camel milk is the most suitable for human consumption after mother's milk, R...

Milking the ship of the desert for 'white gold'

.... //Yagil, however, says he has developed a method that yields at least 15 litres per camel a day. Traditionally seen as riding and pack animals, camels are hugely underestimated and under-exploited for their milk, even though camel milk is the most suitable for human consumption after mother's milk, R...
Camels in Biological News

Asia's odd-ball antelope faces migration crisis

... NEW YORK (MARCH 17, 2008) Take a deers body, attach a camels head and add a Jimmy Durante nose, and you have a saiga the odd-ball antelope with the enormous schnoz that lives on the isolated steppes of Central ...

Animal food allergens unmasked

...se allergy. The third animal food allergen family, caseins, are all mammalian proteins from milk. The researchers analysed milk from rabbits, rats and camels as well as sheep, goats, cows and horses. In previous analyses of plant food allergens published in 2005, the scientists found that most belong to ...

How ancient whales lost their legs, got sleek and conquered the oceans

...tic example of evolutionary change. "We can see from fossils that whales clearly lived on land - they actually share a common ancestor with hippos, camels and deer," said team member Martin Cohn, Ph.D., a developmental biologist and associate professor with the UF departments of zoology and anatomy and c...

Seal rookeries could provide a reliable food source for endangered California condors, study finds

...he Pleistocene, condors were distributed across the continent," he explains. "There was plenty of megafauna to feed on, including mammoths, mastodons, camels and bison." Isotopic analysis of ancient condor bones from the La Brea tar pits revealed that about 40 percent of Pleistocene birds fed primarily o...

Proposal would allow wild animals to roam North America

...esearchers and their colleagues have their way, cheetahs, lions, elephants, camels and other large wild animals may soon roam parts of North America. "If w...include feral horses ( Equus caballus ), wild asses ( E. asinus ), Bactrian camels ( Camelus bactrianus ), Asian ( Elephas maximus ) and African ( Loxodonta a...
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