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Canada May Not Permit Bextra To Reenter Market

Health Canada has announced a ban on the anti-inflammatory drug Bextra, meant for those who suffer from arthritis. The benefits derived from the drug were outweighed by the cardiovascular risks, including the possibility of // triggering strokes and heart attacks, according to an expert safety pane...

Knights Distribute $1 Million Worth of Wheelchairs to Veterans

...o helped provide additional chaplains for the troops. After World War I, the Knights ran a series of night schools for returning veterans to help them reenter the job market. In the months leading up to American entry into World War II, the Knights became the first national organization to conduct blood dri...

Knights to Distribute $1 Million Worth of Wheelchairs for Veterans

...o helped provide additional chaplains for the troops. After World War I, the Knights ran a series of night schools for returning veterans to help them reenter the job market. In the months leading up to American entry into World War II, the Knights became the first national organization to conduct blood dr...

Knights of Columbus to Distribute Wheelchairs to Veterans in Need

...o helped provide additional chaplains for the troops. After World War I, the Knights ran a series of night schools for returning veterans to help them reenter the job market. In the months leading up to American entry into World War II, the Knights became the first national organization to conduct blood dr...
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Story ideas from the Journal of Lipid Research

...more problems. Antonio Moschetta and colleagues targeted the intestinal receptor FXR to see if they could break this vicious cycle. When bile acids reenter intestinal cells, they attach to FXR, which in turn activates a hormone called FGF15 to helps suppress bile acid production. The researchers fed a...

Researchers track how spores break out of dormant state

...l factors including heat, radiation and toxic chemicals. However, once in favorable conditions, spores break the dormant state through germination and reenter the vegetative mode of replication. Although significant progress has been made in understanding the biochemical and genetic bases of the spore g...
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American Psychiatric Foundation Announces Recipients of 2008 Awards for Advancing Minority Mental Health

...ife skills training. Through its services and collaborations, HFTB strives to prepare homeless individuals with the life skills necessary to reenter the world as productive members of society. -- Housing Works in Brooklyn, NY received an award for the work it is doing to ensure that ho...
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