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Premier of Split Estate at DocuWeeks 2009 to Call National Attention to Urban Drilling in New York and Los Angeles

..., a new documentary that tells the story of a David versus Goliath struggle raging in the West, joins the stellar line-up at the International Documentary Ass..., a new documentary that tells the story of a David versus Goliath struggle raging in the West, exposes why there is plenty cause for concern in the Big Apple...

With Autism, Diet Restrictions May Do More Harm Than Good

...ms in an autistic population with incidence in children who are developing normally. Even so, it's unlikely to quell a controversy that has been raging for more than a decade. "A couple of highly publicized cases of autism and loose stools in the late 1990s led to an impression that children with ...

BODY WORLDS Anatomical Exhibitions of Donor Bodies Receives 28 Millionth Visitor.

...on and form of the human body, resolutions about health, aspirations about life, debates on evolution vs. creationism, meditations on death and dying, raging commentary about when life begins, religious musings, and spirited exchanges between pro-choice and pro-life visitors. " BODY WORLDS teaches visito...

Nycomed Announces FDA Filing for Daxas(R) in COPD

... oral treatme n t for patie n t s w i t h s y mptomatic CO P D . Th e NDA subm i ssion is ba s e d on enc ou raging result s fro m four Phase III trials of Daxas (R) (roflu m ilast) in th e treatment of s y mptomat i c CO P D . T w o...

Two Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Scientists Receive Presidential Early Career Award

...Earlier this year he also was appointed a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Early Career Scientist. Malik studies genetic conflict. He sees battles raging within a cell's nucleus as genes jockey for evolutionary dominance. These clashes can have a long-term impact on organisms, as they sometimes alter th...

Women's International Pharmacy Offers Free Educational Information About Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy

... MADISON, Wis., April 29 /PRNewswire/ -- An ongoing debate regarding Hormone Replacement Therapy has been raging for the past several years. This debate and the results of a controversial study released in 2002 have left millions of women confused, fearful, and u...

Camels with a Cause Helps Ease the Pain of Arthritis

... help fund research for arthritis treatments and, currently, CWAC has raised $5,318.64 for the event. The CWAC teams participating in the walk are the raging Dolphins, Russell's Mussels, Show Me the Money, Sparkle Motion, and Walker Texas Rangers. Arthritis--More than an "Age Thing" : There...

Scientology Volunteer Ministers Provide Disaster Relief During Melbourne Fires

... The Church of Scientology Volunteer Ministers of Melbourne, Australia aided firefighters and provided emergency relief to victims of raging wildfires that took an estimated 200 lives. Melbourne, Australia (PRWEB) February 25, 2009 -- Scientology Volunteer Minist...

Obese Moms More Likely to Have Babies With Birth Defects

...n and gynecologist, New York University Langone Medical Center, and co-author, Frankly Pregnant: A Candid, Week-by-Week Guide to the Unexpected Joys, raging Hormones, and Common Experiences of Pregnancy , New York City; Feb. 11, 2009, Journal of the American Medical Association ...

As Obama Urges Emergency Action on Zimbabwe, Health Crisis Worsens

...eyrer, one of the report's authors and a professor at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. "The epidemics of HIV/AIDS, cholera and TB currently raging in Zimbabwe pose threats to international peace and security in the region and beyond." To download PHR's Health in Ruins: A Man-Made Disast...

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April 16th Congressional Hearing on Hospital Infections

... 1970, the CDC and the American Hospital Association advised hospitals to stop testing, and they still adhere to that position, despite the infections raging through hospitals. "Testing surfaces is so simple and inexpensive that it's used routinely in the food processing industry. How can it be more importa...
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Cholera

...ery rare in industrialized nations for the ... Zimbabwe: Cholera Cases Still on the Rise in Some Urban Areas ... Nearly 56,000 for Cholera ... raging Cholera Just Tip of Zimbabwe's Humanitarian Crisis ... ... risk for cholera in the United States? 1.1.4 What should travelers do to avoid gett...
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2 Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center scientists receive Presidential Early Career Award

...k. Earlier this year he also was appointed a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Early Career Scientist. Malik studies genetic conflict. He sees battles raging within a cell's nucleus as genes jockey for evolutionary dominance. These clashes can have a long-term impact on organisms, as they sometimes alter th...

Coral 'can't escape the heat'

...umanity is probably going to have to find large-scale ways of actually removing carbon from the atmosphere," Prof. McCulloch says. Of the currently raging political debate over carbon trading he states simply "Whatever policy Australia adopts, the outcome must be to reduce our carbon emissions. While the...

Princeton geoscientist offers new evidence that meteorite did not wipe out dinosaurs

...e further the evidence for Deccan volcanism as being at the root of dinosaur extinction. But she does not expect her teams' present work will stop the raging debate at the heart of this controversy. "The decades-old controversy over the cause of the K-T mass extinction will never achieve consensus," Kell...

Two Hutchinson Center researchers named HHMI Early Career Scientists

... they are not apt to play it safe and we hope they will continue to do something really original." Malik, an evolutionary biologist, sees conflicts raging within a cell's nucleus as genes jockey for evolutionary dominance. These clashes can have a long-term impact on organisms, as they sometimes alter th...

Research uncovers surprising lion stronghold in war-torn central Africa

...he Panthera Foundation report their findings in the January issue of the journal Oryx , which published online today (Jan. 29). While the conflict raging in D.R. Congo makes conservation efforts in that country's Parque National Virungas (PNVi) nearly impossible right now, says Treves, action can be tak...

NASA study: Alaskan fires affected Houston air quality in 2004

...on July 19-20, 2004. Researchers attributed the increase in part to smoke that was transported to the area over the course of a week from forest fires raging in Alaska and Canada. The study is the first to quantitatively examine the impact of remotely generated pollutants on air quality in the lower atmosph...

Genes affecting blood pressure change as children become adults

...he American Psychosomatic Society. "We know this is a period of great change, between 14 and 18 years of age, as children are growing, hormones are raging and the stability of adulthood has not yet been reached," says Dr. Snieder. Those factors prompted him and his colleagues to look at what happens to b...

Predators keep the world green, ecologists find

...ormal appearance." Besides proving that the green world hypothesis is correct, Terborgh's team's results have important implications for the debate raging in many countries over reintroduction of top predators such as wolves. "The take-home message is clear: the presence of a viable carnivore guild is fu...

Old drug, new tricks: Prospects for slashing the impact of malaria

... does not prevent malaria but seems to produce a massive 50% reduction in death, debilitation and complications of malaria, such as severe anaemia and raging fevers. Joint project leader, Dr Louis Schofield from WEHI, says, "There seems to be a totally unexpected residual immunological effect when child...

Scientists show that tick-borne flaviviruses use a novel mechanism to evade host defenses

...iar tick-borne flaviviruses are just as serious, causing tick-borne encephalitis or hemorrhagic fevers. Currently, a Japanese encephalitis outbreak is raging in India and Nepal and has killed more than 1,000 people. In Europe and Southeast Asia, tick-borne encephalitis typically results in more than 10,000 ...
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Can Obama Plan Tackle Diabetes Crisis? Epinex Test Could Help

...ng part of our budget." In an unprecedented commitment to a new, more effective approach to healthcare, the President has taken the challenge to keep raging costs under control by proposing the " largest investment ever " in preventive care. Diabetes eats up an enormous chunk of our current healthcare...

FDA Grants Market Clearance to Aerocrine Inc.'s NIOX MINO(R): a New Hand-Held Device to Measure Airway Inflammation in Asthma

...ation changes following allergen exposure, making it a more sensitive marker of the disease. "NIOX MINO measures something we can't feel until it is raging out of control -- airway inflammation," said Nancy Sander, president and founder of Allergy & Asthma Network Mothers of Asthmatics (AANMA). With this ...

"You're fired!" Trump wants trademark rights

...nything as a URL without any regards to any previous ownership of a name, brand, tagline or trademark. Squatter were invented. Legal battles are still raging on. In this looting frenzy just about everything got registered as a URL in cyber-space. Youarehired.com to youarefired.com, each URL has its own uniq...

Who will win the battle to redefine the workplace?

... There is a largely unseen battle now raging in the workplace. It pits incumbent powers against emerging upstarts. On the one side are managers who covet the traditional employment deal money, c...
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Identity

... Entertainment Updates. To view this content, JavaScript must be enabled, ... Ten complete strangers are stranded at a remote desert motel during a raging storm and soon find themselves the target of a deranged murderer. As their numbers thin... identity n. , pl. -ties . The collective aspect of the...
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