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New Analysis: Women of Low Socio-Economic Status Face Unique Challenges Related to Smoking, Smoking Ban Policies

..."Women of low socio-economic status have elevated challenges across-the-board when it comes to smoking and access to quit-smoking resources," said Dr. pebbles Fagan, Health Scientist, Tobacco Research Branch, Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences at the National Cancer Institute. "Unfortunately,...

Belmont University Graduate Launches Healthy Soul Food Restaurant on Nashville's Historic Jefferson Street

... Chef at the helm of the kitchen, JEFFERSONS is sure to become a hot spot in MUSIC CITY's restaurant scene with sure to be favorites to include Fruity pebbles Fried Chicken, Tasty Grilled Turkey Wings, and Blackened Salmon with Cajun Sauce. In addition to the fine dining experience, JEFFERSONS is prepar...

Researchers Profile the 'Light' Smoker

...r nonsmoking peers. "In order to adequately address the issue of tobacco use in this country, we cannot overlook light and intermittent smokers," pebbles Fagan, a scientist in the Tobacco Research Branch of the U.S. National Cancer Institute, said in a news release from a sponsor of the research. "Resea...

New Analysis: Light and Intermittent Smokers Overlooked in Traditional Tobacco Research

...nsmokers. "In order to adequately address the issue of tobacco use in this country, we can not overlook light and intermittent smokers," said Dr. pebbles Fagan, Health Scientist, Tobacco Research Branch, Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences at the National Cancer Institute. "Research sugg...

Just like penguins and other primates, people trade sex for resources

... ANN ARBOR, Mich.---Female penguins mate with males who bring them pebbles to build egg nests. Hummingbirds mate to gain access to the most productive flowers guarded by larger males. New research shows that even affluent...

Hormone Replacement Therapy Liberation at a Cost

... Put cotton in your ears and pebbles in your shoes. Pull on rubber gloves. Smear Vaseline over your glasses , and there you have it: instant old age. ...
PEBBLEs in Biological News

Specially-designed soils could help combat climate change

...e carbon then stays securely locked in the calcium carbonate, which simply remains in the soil, close to the plants roots, in the form of a coating on pebbles or as grains. The scientists are investigating whether this process occurs as it may encourage the growing of more plants, crops etc in places whe...

Currents could disrupt ocean food chain

...ing the water to disrupt the conveyer," Schmittner said. "There is some evidence backing that up," he added. "Deep ocean sediment core samples show pebbles from land delivered by the floating icebergs." Schmittner said scientists also have examined ice cores from Greenland and measured isotopes that sh...

Taking Aim With Nanoparticle PEBBLEs

...some giant, but a dreaded disease: cancer. And the pebbles are not the kind you hurl from slingshots; they're...sensors to explore and monitor cellular processes, pebbles now hold promise for diagnosing and treating cance...s, including encouraging preliminary results using pebbles to treat a virulent form of brain cancer in rats. ...
PEBBLEs in Biological Technology

Engineers chart semiconductors on the scale of atoms

... cause boron to spread from its original location. For example, images of boron-laden regions atop the transistor gates show dopant atoms amassed like pebbles in the crevices between seemingly boulder-sized crystals of silicon. Movement and clustering of boron "is something that had never been experimenta...
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