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Veterinary Group Opposes Bill to Clean Up Puppy Mill Industry

...ws to protect animals from cruelty. Puppy mills are increasing at an alarming rate, flooding the pet market with inbred, sickly puppies sold to unsuspecting buyers through pet stores or Internet ads. A typical puppy mill confines hundreds of adult dogs in small wire cages, keeping them in perpetual ...

FEMA Adds Masimo Rad-57(R) Pulse CO-Oximeter(TM) to Required Medical Equipment List

...Kiani, Founder and CEO of Masimo, stated, "When elevated CO levels are present, disaster often strikes a second time, placing victims and their brave, unsuspecting rescuers in grave jeopardy. This is now a preventable disaster for rescuers and victims alike with Masimo Rad-57 in action on the front lines of U.S....

Fewer Teens Sniffing Glue, Household Products

... "While we cannot lock up common household products, we can put access to air-conditioner refrigerants under lock and key to remove temptation from unsuspecting young people," Weiss said. More information The U.S. National Institute on Drug Abuse has more about inhalant abuse . ...

Media Images of Alcohol Can Drive You to Drink

...lic beverages. These children seem to be more prone to end up being binge drinkers, the Dartmouth researchers noted. For the new study, 40 pairs of unsuspecting men aged 18 to 29 were invited into a lab that doubled as a "home cinema," complete with fridge (stocked with both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks)...

Finally ... A Chance for Both Men and Women to Take CTRL(TM) of Their Own Skin!

...balanced product -- Male skin has more androgen sensitive receptors near the surface, which can put oil production into overdrive and overwhelm unsuspecting pores -- Female skin is affected by estrogen and progesterone levels while male skin is affected by testosterone -- Differences in lifestyle ...

Canadian Company Sued for Defrauding Thousands of U.S. Consumers of Dietary Supplements

...auga, a suburb of Toronto, Ontario, marketed and sold hundreds of millions of dollars worth of "Slimquick," "NV," and "Liquid Hoodia," to thousands of unsuspecting women lured into believing the products would help them lose weight. The supposed key ingredients in the herbal remedies are green tea and Hoodia Gord...

Drug Risk Harms 10,000+ Floridians

...r put its own profits ahead of the interests of its patients," said Viles. Viles & Beckman, LLC has a long history of representing innocent, unwarned, unsuspecting victims of corporate misconduct -- "Who are these people, where death and crippling injuries to innocent Americans is an acceptable cost of their own ...

American Chemical Society's weekly PressPac -- Jan. 23, 2008

...ATE RELEASE Secret of the carnivorous pitcher plant's slurp solved at last Journal of Proteome Research Splash! Ooch! Yum! And so another unsuspecting insect victim of Nepenthes alata (N. alata), commonly known as the carnivorous pitcher plant, falls victim to the digestive fluids at the bottom of th...

Mandatory Accreditation Delayed Until September 2009

...interest in ridding the Medicare program of bad actors, and accreditation is a powerful tool in helping eradicate this scourge that takes advantage of unsuspecting beneficiaries, costs the Medicare program money and taints all lawful suppliers who are providing quality, life-enhancing DME to eligible beneficiarie...

Nation's Largest Retailers Accused of Organic Fraud

...enned in factory-confinement conditions." "This is the perfect example of modern-day Agri-business bullies literally stealing the milk money from an unsuspecting public," said Washington state consumer Rachael Doyle. For more, visit http://www.cornucopia.org . ...
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Bioterrorism

...sm that is vital to all practicing physicians. ... Bioterrorism Summaries from Annual Session 2002 ... Bioterrorism is a criminal act against unsuspecting civilians using pathogenic ... The most likely target for bioterrorism is a major city or other densely crowded ... UAB and AHRQ's Bioterrorism...
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URI researcher sheds light on 'man-eating' squid; finds them timid, nonthreatening

...tation is seriously overblown. For years Seibel has heard stories claiming that Humboldt squid will devour a dog in minutes and could kill or maim unsuspecting divers. "Private dive companies in Mexico play up this myth by insisting that their customers wear body armor or dive in cages while diving in wa...

URI researcher sheds light on 'man-eating' squid; finds them timid, non-threatening

...tation is seriously overblown. For years Seibel has heard stories claiming that Humboldt squid will devour a dog in minutes and could kill or maim unsuspecting divers. "Private dive companies in Mexico play up this myth by insisting that their customers wear body armor or dive in cages while diving in wa...

New fossil tells twisted tale of how flatfishes ended up with two eyes on one side of head

...alf its own length. "It is certain that these extinct fishes were predators," Friedman said. "Many flatfishes lie in wait on their sides to ambush unsuspecting prey, but they don't always lie flatthey often prop themselves above the seafloor with their fins. It's possible that Amphistium and Heteronectes ...

A step forward in virology

...e virus triggers a signaling chain reaction inside the cell so that the bleb forms, catches the virus and smuggles it into the cell. Proteins as unsuspecting allies The viruses are the Trojan horses that want to enter Troy; the Trojans are the many proteins that transmit the signals and open the city ga...

Researchers develop way to calculate speed of bacterial sex

... through a conjugation. According to study co-authors, Timothy Ginn and Arash Massoudieh, donor bacteria cells act like vampires, latching onto nearby unsuspecting non-related bacteria cells. Just as the bite from a vampire leads a victim to be transformed into a vampire, the donor bacteria’s "bite" injects genet...

Protein clue to tailor-made antibiotics

...ded structure, DNase colicins are only partially so. The scientists have found that the unfolded part of DNase colicin structure makes its way into an unsuspecting bacterium and blocks a key process that lowers the cell's defences and allows the toxin to enter. Professor Kleanthous said: "Antibiotic resistan...

Stealth Worms May Improve Insect Pest Control

... In the soil or in encrypted habitats such as the pockets behind the bark of trees, the juvenile nematode waits for (or sometimes actively seeks) an unsuspecting host - a grub or a larva - to jump on it and penetrate it through the insect's natural openings - mouth, anus, spiracles. Or the nematode may enter th...
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Masimo Corporation Given Approval to Market the Masimo Rad-57 Pulse CO-Oximeter in Japan

...ult of CO-poisoning and countless others suffer permanent brain, heart and organ damage. All too often CO-poisoning goes undiagnosed, silently robbing unsuspecting victims of precious health and life. The Masimo Rad-57 Pulse CO-Oximeter provides an easy and timely way to detect this deadly poison." About Masimo...

Garbage In, Garbage Out: The Dirt on Googles New Algorithm

...ink from one site to another as an endorsement. This made it too easy for webmasters to exchange links and leave breadcrumb trails to their sites from unsuspecting forums, Internet directories and guest books. Their latest algorithm considers keyword proximity and other factors of artificial rank boosting. It...

You are how you manage

...a third of what they are in the U.S. Hazan insightfully points out the reason for this paradox. "Ultimately, its not the carbohydrates or the next unsuspecting food group that will come under attack that will make us overweight. Its our relationship with food and our lifestyle." In other words, how we eat is...

Cracking down on identity theft

...nesses, or their family's finances. Identity thieves, armed with a credit card or bank account information, can steal thousands of dollars from an unsuspecting family. Thieves can profit for years, while innocent people are robbed of their financial security without even knowing it. The tragedy comes whe...
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