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Mutant sperm beat out healthy brethren in study

According to Researchers Men produce more mutant sperm as they get older //and they found to their surprise that some of these mutations give the sperm an edge. The deformed sperm increase the risk of disease in the men's offspring, but nonetheless are likely to beat out their healthy counterpar...

Washington, DC Plastic Surgeon Mark E. Richards, M.D. Says Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy has Staggering Health Benefits that Could Change the Way We Age

...ilable in the United States since approximately 1990. Dr. Mark E. Richards, a Washington, DC plastic surgeon , is on a mission to educate his medical brethren and the general public about the magnitude of age-related ailments that can be reduced with time-release pellet bio-identical hormone therapy. As a pl...

USMC Crime Scene Cleaners Draw On Iraq Experience as Biotrauma, Inc.

.... After having spent time in Iraq , Marines Ben Lichtenwalner and Ryan Sawyer returned home to serve the public in the same manner as their fallen brethren overseas. ...

Pill Could Boost Sports Performance

...he PPAR-delta gene to produce mice with altered muscle composition and increased endurance. These mice were able to run twice as far as their "normal" brethren and also tended not to gain weight, even when eating a fat-heavy diet. PPAR-delta regulates other genes. By altering its function, researchers ba...

If you think cancer genes are simple, you don't know JAK

...en another cancer-causing gene like JAK is present. His team found that some flies with a normal version of Krppel got just as many tumors as their brethren with the bad copy about three times as many tumors as most fruit flies with the normal version simply because one of their parents harbored the JAK ...
brethren in Biological News

Did the gene for ADHD help our nomadic ancestors?

...aal men, who had the variant gene. They found that those with the 7R allele in the nomadic population were better nourished than their non-nomadic brethren who carried 7R allele. The results underscore, says Campbell, the complexity of genotype on the expression of behavior. Different environments can ...

Fossil find: 'Godzilla' crocodile had head of a dinosaur, fins like a fish

...e larger than D. andiniensis, and none were as robust. Yet, Pol found that the gargantuan crocodile was more closely related to the smallest of its brethren than any of the larger species. The shape of the nostrils, eye sockets, and other areas of the skull combined with a telltale groove in its jaw to pro...

Ancient trans-Atlantic swarm brought locusts to the New World

...he insects don't have enough fat to power a trip lasting several days. "One unlikely hypothesis is that while the locusts were flying across, as their brethren died and landed in the ocean, they formed huge floating mats of dead locusts," says Lovejoy. "The other locusts would land on these mats, rest and fee...
brethren in Biological Technology

Gene-engineered flies are pest solution

...e overall insect population. This radioactive version of the SIT has the drawback that the irradiated males are often less competitive than their wild brethren and so an awkward balance must be stuck between competitiveness and degree of sterility. According to Wimmer, "When transgenic males carrying our tran...

Lowering the fear factor for entrepreneurs, intra-preneurs

...isconsin Entrepreneurs Conference in Milwaukee last Wednesday have dealt with looks and whispers their entire working lives, and they encouraged their brethren in the audience to accept the whispers as a way of life and help each other fulfill those heretical notions nagging them at night. Each of us has b...

Trade deficit hits home in Wisconsin

... Terry Hicks, president of the AFL-CIO in western Wisconsin, doesnt expect to see many of his railroad brethren hanging around the union hall these days. Theyre all working overtime handling the tremendous volume of freight traveling the nations rails. The tr...
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