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Malaria-curing Herb Must Be Carefully Farmed - WHO

The effectiveness of an anti-malarial herbal drug could be damaged by overplanting of the Chinese shrub from which it is derived//, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday. The artemisia annua (sweet wormwood) shrub must be more carefully farmed to meet a growing global demand and ...

Viral Haemorrhagic Septicaemia Attack On Farmed Trout

A rare virus threatens the government by killing thousands of rainbow trout.Due to an outbreak, fishes were destroyed on a farm in Yorkshire//. A very first case of viral haemorrhagic septicaemia (VHS) attack on wild fish was noticed by fishery official across the catchment area of the river Ouse i...

Kaiser Permanente Honored for Efforts to Combat Obesity With 2009 Pioneering Innovation Award at Weight of the Nation Conference

...active living. The creation of more than 30 farmers markets at or near Kaiser Permanente facilities in six states that make healthy, sustainably farmed food more convenient for members, employees, and residents in surrounding communities. Posting of calorie counts on hospital cafeteria menu boar...

Farmed fish may pose risk for mad cow disease

...P. Friedland, M.D., questions the safety of eating farmed fish in the June issue of the Journal of Alzheime... supply. Friedland and his co-authors suggest farmed fish could transmit Creutzfeldt Jakob disease--com... The risk of transmission of BSE to humans who eat farmed fish would appear to be low because of perceived b...

Salmon of the America's Responds to PEW Environmental Group

... allegedly resulting from the medical treatment of farmed salmon. Salmon of the Americas (SOTA) is obli...icant nutritional benefits obtained from consuming farmed salmon from Chile. Medicinal treatments for farmed salmon are only applied when absolutely necessary ...

An Open Letter Regarding Recent Reports That Low-Fat Fish Like Tilapia Are Unhealthy (July 16, 2008)

...in total and saturated fats and high in protein, they clearly can be part of a healthy diet. U.S. Department of Agriculture statistics indicate that farmed tilapia and catfish contain somewhat more omega-6 fatty acids than omega-3. Most health experts (including organizations such as the American Heart As...

Popular Tilapia Might Not Help Heart

...ooked at the nutritional effect of an explosion in farmed fish (increasing at an annual rate of 9.2 percent,...e the fatty acid composition of 30 widely consumed farmed and wild fish. farmed trout and Atlantic salmon had relatively good conc...

Wake Forest researchers say popular fish contains potentially dangerous fatty acid combination

...arch revealed that farm-raised tilapia, as well as farmed catfish, "have several fatty acid characteristics ...nd pork bacon is lower than the average serving of farmed tilapia." The article notes that the health bene... gas chromatography. The researchers found that farmed tilapia contained only modest amounts of omega-3 f...

Now You Can Have Your Fish and Enjoy It Too...

...ng 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 tortilla and parmesan cru...

Trial Date Set for Victim Hit by Ambulance

...as driving so fast that no one in the intersection saw or heard any warning until the ambulance slammed into Mr. Del Barba. The Del Barba family has farmed in Oakley since 1935 and are well-known and popular members of this community in the Sacramento Delta. The community is stunned at Mr. Del Barba's inj...
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Game Commission Announces EHD Confirmed in Fayette County

...; Greene; Lawrence; Washington; and Westmoreland. EHD also was confirmed in farmed deer in Franklin County, but no wild, free-roaming deer have been found inf...11, the state Agriculture Department announced that it had confirmed EHD in farmed deer in Franklin County. EHD has been confirmed in cattle in Franklin, Some...
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Pasteurization

... is a process whereby fluids ... pastuer, pastuerization, organic milk, raw milk, shelf life, taste ... Pasteurization Greenhouse Gases Free farmed vs Organic Just Say No To GMO's ... Brief and Straightforward Guide: What is Pasteurization ? ... The process of pasteurization is named after ...
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Escapee farmed salmon infiltrate fitter wild populations

There is growing concern about the threats that farmed Atlantic salmon escapees constitute to wild salmon populations. Consumers and environmentalists are concerned about farmed salmon yet heritable changes that have accumulated in farmed strains at the genetic level are largely unknown. In ne...

Research project to boost European fish farming

...f fish so that the problems that arise in relation to the life processes of farmed fish can be tackled. Examples of such problems are disruption during larval...project we will be primarily conducting research on the four most important farmed species in Europe, Atlantic salmon, rainbow trout, sea bream and European s...

Aquaculture's growth seen as continuing

...than meat, coffee, tea, bananas, and rice combined. Among the most potentially harmful effects of aquaculture, according to Diana, are the escape of farmed species that then become invasive, pollution of local waters by effluent, especially from freshwater systems, and land-use change associated with shr...

Ocean fish farming harms wild fish, study says

...iculty finding food and escaping predators, causing higher death rates. But farmed fish are not only fed, they are also protected from predators by their cage... local wild fish still decline. Also, there is a critical stocking level of farmed fish. If a sea-cage system is stocked above the critical level, local wild ...

Study: Bird diversity lessens human exposure to West Nile Virus

...rbanized areas where bird diversity suffers." The most common 'reservoir' species that urbanites and suburbanites and even rural dwellers in heavily farmed landscapes see are crows, grackles, house finches, blue jays, sparrows and American robins, with the robin being the most prolific carrier of WNV. R...

Thinking it through: Scientists call for policy to guide biofuels industry toward sustainability

...llo and 22 co-authors call for science-based policy in the emerging global biofuels industry, which by 2050 could command as much land as is currently farmed for food. "The identification of unintended consequences early in the development of alternative fuel strategies will help to avoid costly mistake...

Surviving the revolution, easier than withstanding human use and abuse

... 196 acres of hilly forest and a small salt marsh. Native Americans lived in the nearby caves before European occupation. Under the Dutch, Jan Dyckman farmed this part of New Amsterdam and planted apple orchards. Both British and American forces controlled the area at various times during the Revolution...

Colorado Sen. Ken Salazar receives Soil Stewardship Award

... Society of America on July 17. A fifth generation Coloradan, Senator Salazar grew up on a ranch in Colorado's San Luis Valley where his family has farmed and ranched the land since homesteading. The Senator serves on both the Agriculture and Energy and Natural Resources Committees where he is known as a...

New round of Environmental Venture Projects from Stanford's Woods Institute

..." Here are the five projects awarded EVP grants this year: Social and Environmental Transformation in Chile's Aquaculture Industry, 1950-2000: farmed salmon is Chile's third largest export, but the explosive growth of the industry has led to sweeping environmental and social changes. This project wi...

New study points to agriculture in frog sexual abnormalities

...e abnormalities in wild toads toads are a variety of frogs -- from heavily farmed areas with frogs from both partially farmed and completely suburban areas. In so doing, it highlights the difference be...
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South African Farmers Increase Plantings of Genetically Modified Crops

...of maize is important to me because I can grow enough to feed my family and also have some surplus leftover to sell," says Sithole, who, in 2000, farmed 25 acres (10 hectares) of land and today farms 37.5 acres (15 hectares). "Previously, I failed to make this farm produce as much as it could, bu...

Governor tells UW to scrap network plans

... year about a unified network crumbled when the DOA would not let the university build and operate it, and the university would not let its portion be farmed out to a private contractor. The state's BadgerNet and the university's WiscNet are already independent, with some overlap. This May, the governor ...

Whitewater upgrades tech degree program

...more and more important within the world economy. "We're dealing with a global infrastructure of IT talent," Oravec said. "Lots of jobs are getting farmed out to India, Dublin, places outside of the U.S., and what we are trying to do is to equip students to have both the managerial and the design backgro...

Proposed Illinois broadband act falls short

...an a 32-device LAN or put in a couple wireless routers, it's not a big issue. Right? Wrong. Does CMS have enough people to do the job or would this be farmed out to someone like AT&T? With whom would you have a better comfort level? One of benefits of having a monopoly is that it's easy to set and mainta...

Detection of Variation in Highly Polymorphic Mhc Genes by Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis Using the DCode System

...as stock identification in mixed stock fisheries, escapement enumeration within river systems, and the identification of escaped farmed fish, to name a few. The DGGE methodology described herein can be used on any region of DNA with nucleotide sequence variation. B...
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