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As Earth Warms, Lyme Disease Could Flourish

Study warns that climate changes affect deer tick's life cycle,, THURSDAY, April 23 (HealthDay News) -- Global warming may increase the severity of Lyme disease by changing the feeding habits of the deer ticks that transmit it, new research has found. During its two-year life span, ...

Boutiques Flourish in Ludhiana

Many fashion boutiques have come up in Ludhiana and a huge clientele of females prefer these boutiques which are accessible at their doorstep . Neelam Handa, who started a boutique as a hobby 15 years ago, has become more popular than any celebrated fashion designer. Neelams is an ...

Ferring Donates US$3 Million to the Royal Textile Academy of Bhutan

...at with continued support and guidance, we will succeed in creating a dynamic institution that will ensure that the textile arts of Bhutan continue to flourish into the next century." About Ferring Ferring Pharmaceuticals is a Swiss-based research driven, specialty biopharmaceutical group active...

Winners of the Addressing Psoriasis(TM) Contest Selected to Walk the Runway in New York City Fashion Show Hosted by Tim Gunn

...te University of New York with more than 40 majors, including Fashion Design. The Fashion Design degree program at FIT prepares students to excel and flourish in the fashion industry. The program's philosophy focuses on individual student development with an emphasis on professionalism. The learning environm...

Global Autoimmune Disease Therapeutics Market to Reach $50 Billion by 2015, According to a New Report by Global Industry Analysts

...ith the global incidence and prevalence of autoimmune diseases increasing, the market for drugs used in the treatment of these diseases is expected to flourish in the near future. Key factors driving this growth include increasing use of biologics, as against conventional treatment options. Priced higher than...

Broad Coalition Says Consumer Role Is Key to Improving Health and Health Care

...g consumers with electronic access to their information should be one of the things that the health IT incentives stimulate, so that many services may flourish by using information according to the individual's needs and wishes." Deven McGraw, director of the Health Privacy Project for the Center for Dem...

Acid-Suppressing Meds May Boost Pneumonia Risks

...at several theories might explain how the medications seem to increase the risk of pneumonia. By suppressing acid, more bacteria might be able to flourish and travel to the lungs. Acid might stimulate the cough response, which is one of the body's ways of clearing infectious agents. Acid-suppressive ...

One in Six Young Children Live at Risk of Hunger in 26 U.S. States According to New Feeding America Report

... 19.5% North Carolina 19.4% The state-by-state study was sponsored by the ConAgra Foods Foundation as part of its "Nourish Today, flourish Tomorrow" program focused on child hunger and nutrition education. ConAgra Foods is a major donor to Feeding America, whose network of food banks and ...

American Life League: 'Pro-Life' Senators Appoint Radically Pro-Abortion Sebelius as H.H.S. Secretary

...m their biological beginning. We will not be intimidated into compromising our principles. Faced with persecution by the Obama administration, we will flourish and overcome the chokehold the culture of death has on our nation. "The nomination of Kathleen Sebelius as HHS secretary has taught us one thing ...

Chicago's Top Minds Join National Business and Health Leaders in Addressing Medical Innovation, Highlighting Policies Needed to Maintain U.S. Competitiveness in Medical Science and Discovery

...aying a strong foundation with intelligent policies that will preserve our leadership in medical innovation and allow science and medical discovery to flourish today, tomorrow, and into the future." Medical innovation is an important source of employment and output in Illinois, where the biopharmaceutica...
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Michigan Catholic Conference Welcomes Announcement of Non-Embryo Destructive Stem Cell Research Advancement

...human embryos. It is the hope of the Conference that state lawmakers will pursue legislation that enables non-embryo destructive stem cell research to flourish in Michigan, such as measures introduced last year that promote Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Research." Michigan Catholic Conference is the offi...
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Shared survival mechanism explains why 'good' nerve cells last and 'bad' cancer cells flourish

CHAPEL HILL Cancer cells and nervous system neurons may not look or act alike, but both use strikingly similar ways to survive, according to new research from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine. The study published in the December issue of Nature Cell Biology ...

C. difficile spores spread superbug

...rium was able to exploit the opportunity and proliferate where other gut bacteria had succumbed to the antibiotics. This allowed the C. difficile to flourish and dominate the microbiota of the mouse. Although the majority of mice exhibited no visible symptoms of C. difficile , the team found that one pa...

American Chemical Society's Weekly Presspac -- June 17, 2009

...he world's crude oil originated in diatoms, which produce an oily substance in their bodies. Barely one-third of a strand of hair in diameter, diatoms flourish in enormous numbers in oceans and other water sources. They die, drift to the seafloor, and deposit their shells and oil into the sediments. Estimates...

Regional partnership to develop algal biofuels gets backing of San Diego leaders

...s say they also intend to train a new generation of scientists for careers in entirely new occupations such as biofuels development that are likely to flourish in future years. "SD-CAB will train young scientists, educate the public and facilitate discussion and collaboration with regional, state and nati...

Imperial College London and NTU collaborate to offer joint Ph.D. programs in engineering and science

..., which will commence with programmes under NTU's School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering (SCBE), will prove to be successful. We want to see it flourish to include all of NTU's engineering and science disciplines," says Dr Su. Rector of Imperial Sir Roy Anderson said: "Imperial College London and...

Phytoplankton cell membranes challenge fundamentals of biochemistry

...ceanographers find phytoplankton living and growing rather well in the Sargasso Sea. In particular, small photosynthetic bacteria called cyanobacteria flourish in a place where nutrients like phosphorus are in as short supply as water is in the desert. How are they doing it? These creative plankton build a me...

Ocean acidification could have broad effects on marine ecosystems

...re's a very real danger that it may short-circuit the food chains," he said. In other words, ciliate protozoa gorging on unprotected phytoplankton may flourish at the expense of other organisms higher up the food chain. But calcification of shells is not the only biological process affected by acidificatio...

MSU scientists find new gene that helps plants beat the heat

...piece of the genetic puzzle that controls how plants respond to high temperatures. That may allow plant breeders to create new varieties of crops that flourish in warmer, drier climates. The MSU researchers found that the gene bZIP28 helps regulate heat stress response in Arabidopsis thaliana , a member o...

Climate change could be impetus for wars, other conflicts, expert says

... our culture is on a narrow window of climatic conditions for average temperature and precipitation," he said. "The great human civilizations began to flourish after the last ice age, and some disappeared due to droughts and other adverse shifts in the climate. The so-called 'Little Ice Age' in the northern h...

Source of drug-tolerant tuberculosis possibly behind TB relapses, intensity of treatment

...HUniversity of Pittsburgh-led researchers discovered that the primary bacteria behind tuberculosis can grow on surfaces and that drug-tolerant strains flourish in these bacterial communities, the research team recently reported in Molecular Microbiology . The findings suggest a possible reason why human tube...
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Dane Country high-tech businesses continue to flourish

MADISON The latest edition of the Madison and Dane County directory of high-technology companies was released today by Madison Gas & Electric. Sponsored by MG&E and the City of Madisons office of business resources, the 2004 Greater Madison, Wisconsin, Area Directory of High-Tech Companies is de...

Researchers at the University of Georgia Discover Protein is Crucial to Reproduction of Parasites Involved in Disease

...at DrpA is necessary for apicoplast fission gives researchers a new working model to understand how the causative agents of several parasitic diseases flourish in human and animal hosts," said van Dooren. Indeed, the team's search for similar dynamin-related proteins led them to examine, in addition ...

Panel blasts federal nanotech risk research strategy

... Engineered Nanoscale Materials, calls for a significantly revamped national strategic plan that will minimize potential risks so that innovation will flourish and society will reap nanotechnology's benefits. Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies (PEN) Director David Rejeski maintains the "lessons learned"...

Histogen Welcomes Dr. Hyma Gollamudi as Chief Business Officer

..."I am excited to welcome Hyma Gollamudi to Histogen, and look forward to seeing the Company's business development and strategic planning efforts flourish through her oversight and experience." Dr. Gollamudi brings more than 10 years of experience from the healthcare and financial industries to ...

UCB Scholarship Program Awards $300,000 to Students Living with Crohn's Disease

...with Crohn's disease as a freshman in high school. Although he has suffered a number of flare-ups since enrolling at The Citadel, James has managed to flourish within the school's rigid disciplinary system and intense military training regimen. In addition to being a member of the school's tennis team, James ...

China Agro-Technology Appoints New CEO

...y lead the world in eucalyptus production. Other unique features of CAT's GEETs include increased resistance against pests and weeds, the ability to flourish under adverse weather and soil conditions, reduced usage of agro-chemical and growth of at least 8 rotations over a period of 50 years without the nee...

Traveling the I-Q Corridor: Upper Midwest technology future is bright

...ll take place globally. Identifiable regions such as the I-Q Corridor (where the Q stands for quality people, schools, lifestyle and environment) will flourish is they can produce globally competitive goods and services. Wisconsin can win if it leverages its high-tech resources in a way that compliments wh...

The Next Economy - Market Collapses Drive Long-Term Growth

... of railroad enterprises collapsed. What followed was not what most people had then expected. After the collapse, the surviving railroads began to flourish beyond anyone's expectations, and over next few years the railroad network in Great Britain expanded tenfold. Within just a few years, Great Britain e...

Sony Completes Acquisition of Sonic Foundry

...n active member of the community. We will be visible and do what we can to support the technology community. We need to help businesses and technology flourish in Madison, Kennedy told the audience. The quality of Sonic Foundrys development team and award-winning software give us the opportunity to offer t...

Berbees success is based on companys history and culture

...s history and culture March 31 as part of Accelerate Madisons monthly meeting. According to Shain, Berbees unique principles and culture allowed it to flourish during the aftermath of the dot-com era as other information technology-focused companies failed. Started in 1993 by Jim Berbee , the company was ...
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