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Special Olympics Minnesota Athletes Take Part in Free Vision Screening at Lions Club International Annual Convention

MINNEAPOLIS, July 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- More than 45 Special Olympics Minnesota athletes with intellectual disabilities will take part in a special vision screening as part of a demonstration at the Lions Club International convention being held this week in Minneapolis. Worldwide Spe...

Colin Powell Applauds Lions for Leadership in Volunteerism as Interest in Volunteer Service Grows

MINNEAPOLIS , June 25 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell, a strong advocate for national service, will commend more than 15,000 Lions volunteers from around the world and call upon them to continue their efforts to increase volunteerism during these difficult e...

5th Anniversary Illinois Lions Clubs 'Walk for Sight'

CHICAGO, April 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Commemorating the 5th Anniversary of the Lions Walk for Sight, Illinois Lions will be sponsoring three separate events: a Walk/Run, Saturday, May 30th at the Lakewood Forest Preserves, starting with a 5K Run at 10 a.m. and Walk at 4:30 p.m.; Sunday, J...

Former President Jimmy Carter Dedicates 'Gift of Sight' Statue at Lions Club International Headquarters in Recognition of Lions' Blindness Prevention Efforts

Lions pledge additional $203 million to fight preventable blindness OAK BROOK, Ill., Jan. 22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following was released by Lions Clubs International: (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20081014/DC38855LOGO ) Who: Former President and Lion Jimm...

New York Resident Elected President of Lions Clubs International

OAK BROOK, Ill., June 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Albert F. Brandel of Melville, New York, USA was elected president of The International Association of Lions Clubs at the association's 91st International Convention held June 23-27 in Bangkok, Thailand. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-...

4th Annual Illinois Lions Clubs 'Walk for Sight'

CHICAGO, May 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- "Lions club members and friends from all over Illinois will join in the 4th Annual 'Illinois Lions Walk for Sight' on June 1st," said Chairperson Ray Kruzinski. He went on to say that "the 3 mile walk, sponsored by the Lions of Illinois Foundation, is ...

Publicis Groupe, Second Group Most Awarded in Cannes With a Total of 101 Lions

PARIS, June 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The 56th annual Cannes Lions International Festival has ended on a very positive note for Publicis Groupe. For the third year in a row, the Groupe is ranked the second most creative groupe with wins of an impressive 101 Lions. Publicis Groupe ranked sec...

Curing Diabetes, Pigs Turn to Lions

MINNEAPOLIS, June 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Receiving more than $80,000 from Minnesota and Wisconsin Multiple District Lions Clubs over the past years, Spring Point Project, a non profit organization developing pig donors for pancreatic islet transplantation to cure diabetes, is attending the ...

ARTHUR(R) and CVS Caremark Debut the Winner of the 'ARTHUR/All Kids Can Character Search' June 30 on PBS KIDS GO!(SM)

..., entertaining, curriculum-based content. Among the WGBH-produced children's titles: Arthur , Curious George , Postcards from Buster , Between the lions , Design Squad , Martha Speaks and Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman . WGBH is the number-one producer of websites on pbs.org, one of the most trafficked d...

Wildlife faces cancer threat

...it high levels of cancer. Virus-induced cancers can affect the ability of some wildlife populations to reproduce. Genital tumors in California sea lions on North America's western coast occur at much higher rates than previously documented. Oceanic dolphin species, such as the dusky dolphin and Burmeis...

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Lions in Medical Technology

Lions Eye Institute for Transplant & Research, Inc. Launches Multi-Million Dollar, State-of-the-Art Research Institute that Will Advance the Study of Blinding Eye Diseases

..., Fla., May 5 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Tampa lions Eye Institute for Transplant and Research, Inc. (L...n worldwide. LEITR was founded by a group of Tampa lions in 1973. Since the beginning, the eye institute ha...s been guided by a board of directors comprised of lions and prominent ophthalmic specialists and surgeons....
Lions in Medical Dictionary

Peristalsis

...rticle about peristalsis . Information about peristalsis in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary. The lions have been recently and suddenly forced to migrate with the wildebeests ... Great back-to-school deal on a laptop computer ... Causes of Visible p...

Osgood

...and concierge in Osgood , Indiana Provides a meeting schedule, a list of projects and fund raisers, and a directory of officers. ... The Osgood lions also support a number of other worldwide ... Yahoo! Real Estate - Search Osgood , IN real estate listings (including MLS homes for sale), home va...

Flood

...vices, and more. ... We're on Twitter Follow Flood on Twitter for the latest church updates, links to ... Home | Games | Stories | Video Clips | lions To Go | Parents & Teachers. PBS Kids | ©2009 WGBH/Sirius Thinking. BTL TMs WGBH | Credits. PBS Kids Privacy Policy ... Rapid reflections bette...
Lions in Biological News

Instances of mass die-offs in wild lions precipitated by extreme climate change

An international research team has published the first clear example of how climate extremes can create conditions in which diseases that are normally tolerated singly may converge and bring about mass die-offs in wildlife. In a report issued June 25 by PLoS ONE, an online peer-reviewed rese...

Domoic acid from toxic algal blooms may cause seizures in California sea lions

Scientists, reporting in the current issue of the online journal Marine Drugs , state that an increase of epileptic seizures and behavioral abnormalities in California sea lions can result from low-dose exposure to domoic acid as a fetus. The findings follow an analysis earlier this year led by F...

Living with lions

There are many historical stories of shepherds and travellers encountering lions, for example the Old Testament contains dozens of tales about attacks on flocks and people by these fierce predators. Lions have now disappeared from most of their former range, but for livestock owners around the Waz...

Scientists report first remote, underwater detection of harmful algae, toxins

...dines and anchovies, which had accumulated the domoic acid by feeding on a bloom of the toxic algae. In the spring of 1998, a mass mortality of sea lions in and around the Monterey Bay area was attributed to the sea lions' feeding on domoic acid contaminated anchovies. Since that time, Pseudo-nitzschia ...

US-Mexico border wall could threaten wildlife species

...rsity," he added, "it makes the animals more susceptible to disease, drought and other weather extremes, and predation. We've seen one or two mountain lions knock down populations of sheep once they get a taste for mutton." The scientists say the wall along the U.S.-Mexican border is not the only issue ...

U of Minnesota-led study finds that hunters are depleting lion and cougar populations

...nservationists. The study looked at numbers of lions and cougars killed by hunters over the past 15 to ... mating opportunities. (Killing cubs forces female lions into estrus or "heat.") The team of scientists con...esearchers found. Leopards were not as affected as lions and cougars, most likely because they benefited fr...

Why do we choose our mates? Ask Charles Darwin, prof says

...roceedings of the National Academy of Sciences . Bottom line: It's no accident that certain peahens submit to gloriously-colored male peacocks, that lions get the females of their choice or that humans spend hours primping to catch the perfect spouses it's a condition that is ingrained into all creature...

Darwin's seminal impact on biology, anthropology, philosophy and psychology

...sychology believes the theory of evolution is fundamental to understanding our biology and psychology. If ants live in a complex society and female lions take care of their young it is because they have programmed behavior selected by evolution and transmitted in part by the genetic code. "Just like ...

Research uncovers surprising lion stronghold in war-torn central Africa

... straddle the frontier could be the stronghold for lions in central Africa the largest population," says U..., great herds of ungulates, and lion. But how many lions is poorly known, because the area's intense povert...he Congolese park can sustain similar densities of lions as its Uganda counterpart, the entire region could...

Ecological impact of African cities

...bly few ecologists are studying urban environments" says Jon Lovett, associate editor of the African Journal of Ecology. "Although we know a lot about lions and wildebeest, the real ecological challenges are in the cities and these are being ignored" he continues. "We need a massive shift in focus to tackl...

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Lions in Biological Technology

Spring Point Project Gains Support of Lions Clubs

Within a year and a half, cells from pigs are to be used in clinical trials on a path to finally cure diabetes MINNEAPOLIS, July 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The Lions Clubs of Multiple District 5M (MD5M) recently declared its commitment to support Spring Point Project, a Minnesota non-p...

Rick Fraunfelder, M.D. of the Casey Vision Correction Center in Portland, Oregon, Joins Elite Group of Surgeons Listed at Trusted LASIK Surgeons

...l Association. Dr. Fraunfelder is also dedicated to helping others less fortunate. His charitable contributions extend from local schools and the lions Bank of Oregon, where he serves on the Medical Advisory Committee, to Orphans Over Seas, a charity which helps children and single parents all over th...

Hawaii LASIK Eye Surgery Expert Dr. John D. Olkowski Qualifies and Lists with Trusted LASIK Surgeons

...iety of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, the Cornea Society, and the Eye Bank Association of America. Locally, Dr. Olkowski is a member of the Hawaii lions Eye Bank where he serves as an associate director and the Hawaii Ophthalmological Society. John D. Olkowski, M.D. has been voted Hawaii's best l...

Highlights of Economic and Business Growth in the Tampa Bay Region

...sf.edu . (Contact: Alexander Domijan, 813-974-6854, alexd@eng.usf.edu ) lions Eye Institute Breaks Ground on Tampa Bay Ocular Research Center The lions Eye Institute for Transplant & Research broke ground recently on a 12,000-s...

The Impact of Biotech Globalization in the Midwest

...iculties in raising money have slowed down the rate of start-ups. In fact, the number of public companies actually decreased by 3 percent. The lions share of revenue and R&D investment is in the U.S. Remember that the U.S. pharmaceutical market represents more than 40 percent of the world market...

More Midwest Seed-Stage Life Science VCs

...ts organization recently by hiring Pete Shagory from Vector Fund Management to run its life science business. But back to Frazier , which has the lions share of investment from SWIB (or $60 million this year). In total, Frazier has about $450 million under management and focuses exclusively on health ...

Whats your attitude about talent?

...ets but it is usually counterproductive with humans. Others see talent management as primarily about appraisal and reward - a process that directs the lions share of pay and perks to the top echelon of performers. The rest must either shape up or ship out. But this approach can be highly divisive and lead ...
Lions in Biological Definition

Carnivore

...t foods) as meats designed for human consumption may be lacking in vital nutrients. Cats (not only including domestic cats but also including lions , tigers , and other members of the cat family.) Dogs (again not only domestic dogs , though it is debated whether they are carnivores or omnivo...

Marine biology

...k Whales , and Blue Whales . Sirenians include manatees , the Dugong , and the extinct Steller's Sea Cow . Seals (Family Phocidae ), sea lions (Family Otariidae - which also include the fur seals), and the Walrus (Family Odobenidae ) are all considered pinnipeds . Sea Otters are memb...
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