Seaweed and fireflies brew may guide stem cell treatment for peripheral artery disease
An unlikely brew
of seaweed and glow-in-the-dark biochemical agents may hold the key to the safe use of transplanted stem cells to treat patients with severe peripheral arterial disease (PAD), according to a team of veterinarians, basic scientists and interventional radiologists at Johns Hopkins. ...
Green Tea May Brew Up Healthier Skin
In mouse study, it eased psoriasis as it lowered inflammation
MONDAY, Aug. 20 (HealthDay News) -- Green tea may hold promise as a new treatment for psoriasis and other inflammatory skin conditions, including dandruff and lupus-related skin lesions, according to a U.S. study
Medical College of...
Project C.U.R.E. and MillerCoors to Welcome the First Lady of Ghana to Colorado for First Ladies' Luncheon in Denver
Built on a foundation of great beer brands and more than 288 years of brewing heritage, MillerCoors continues the commitment of its founders to brew
the highest quality beers. MillerCoors is the second largest beer company in America, capturing nearly 30 percent of U.S. beer sales. Led by two of th...
BASF Podcast: The Chemical Reporter - Why Does Caffeine Have a Stimulating Effect?
...swire/ -- The very first thing many
people do when they stumble out of bed in the morning is pour themselves a
cup of coffee. The substance in the hot brew
that helps wake you up is
well-known all over the world: caffeine. Caffeine doesn't only come from
coffee beans. Most of the caffeine is synthetically...
Lung Problems Persist for 9/11 Responders
...g to have long-term problems, and their lung function won't return to normal."
She said that researchers may never know what component of the toxic brew
of 9/11 dust and smoke hurt the lungs of those who responded to the emergency.
Workers at the site reported cases of a signature "World Trade Cent...
Chug a Chaga Beverage to Good Health This Holiday Season
...e Sayan Mountains of Siberia, the Chaga beverage is made from
a rare herb that is hand-picked in the birch tree forests. Daily drinkers of
this exotic brew
have been documented to live 100 years. Indeed, as far back
as 4,600 years ago, Chinese traditional medicine referred to Chaga as the
"King of Herbs."...
Chocolate Milk: The Official Drink of Halloween
...thy Halloween tips, to find festive
recipes -- such as Magical Creamy Chocolate-Banana Oatmeal,
Chocolate-Strawberry Shivering Smoothie, Minty Witch's brew
Rice Pudding -- and enter to win "Free Milk for a Year."
The Milk Processor Education Program (MilkPEP), Washington, D.C., is
Coffee Drinkers Might Live Longer
... For women, especially, the brew
could boost heart health, study finds
MONDAY, June 16 (HealthDay News) - Good news for coffee lovers: Drinking up to six cups a day of caf...
Hain Celestial to Open The NASDAQ Stock Market and Celebrate Summer With A Healthy Way of Life(TM)
...or the whole
family," said Irwin Simon.
Hain Celestial's new products expected in stores this summer include:
Celestial Seasonings(R) -- Cool brew
Iced Tea, the only 100% natural, flavored, cool brewing iced teas in Tropical Fruit Herb Tea and Blueberry Green Tea flavors -- Fast Lane High En...
Miller Lite Bottle Caps Equal Cash for MDA This Summer
... in the
As one of America's oldest brewers, Miller Brewing Company continues
the commitment of founder Frederick J. Miller to brew
beers" with "uncompromising quality." Through more than 150 years of
innovation and brewing excellence, Miller has built a broad po...
brew in Medical Technology
Low Acid Coffee Backed By Scientific Research
doctors. This research's objective was to evaluate Puroast(R) Low Acid
Coffee's effect on these stomach symptoms.
"Our study asked consumers to brew
and drink Puroast(R), then compare
the symptoms that developed, if any, versus symptoms that developed when
they drank other brands of coffee," states...
brew in Medical Dictionary
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brew in Biological News
Better beer: College team creating anticancer brew
College students often spend their free time thinking about beer, but a group of Rice University students are taking it to the next level. They're using genetic engineering to create beer that contains resveratrol, a chemical in wine that's been shown to reduce cancer and heart disease in lab anim...
A breath mint made from... coffee?
...lesson we learned here is one of humility," says Prof. Rosenberg. "We expected coffee would cause bad breath, but there is something inside this magic brew
that has the opposite effect."
Prof. Rosenberg would love to isolate the bacterial-inhibiting molecule in order to reap the biggest anti-bacterial...
CU-Boulder study shows Maya intensively cultivated manioc 1,400 years ago
...r making tamales and tortillas and as a thickening agent for stews, he said.
Since indigenous peoples in tropical South America use manioc today to brew
alcoholic beverages, including beer, the CU-Boulder team will be testing ceramic vessels recovered from various structures at Ceren for traces of mani...
Breaking the ties that bind: New hope for biomass fuels
...losic biomass, the inedible fibrous material derived from plant cell walls. The material is a potentially abundant source of sugar that can be used to brew
batches of methanol or butanol, which show potential as biofuels.
Cellulose is biosynthesized in plant cells when molecules of glucosea simple suga...
Great Lake's sinkholes host exotic ecosystems
...m beneath this fresh inland sea, striving to understand how long ago the minerals were deposited that are now entering the lake and how fast the salty brew
containing them is arriving. The scientists also plan to chart transitions from light, oxygen-rich, fresh water near the lake's surface to dark, anoxi...
Huntington's disease: catching it early
...ments is thought to be partly due to a destructive immune response in the brain. The current study now shows that this inflammatory response starts to brew
elsewhere in the body long before it inflicts brain damage.
The British group found high levels of an inflammation-causing protein called IL-6 in ...
Montana State University researchers map iron transport protein
...e closely resembles a pile of bricks.
Its kind of a black art really more than a science, Lawrence said. You cant always predict the kind of witchs brew
that needs to be around to get it to crystallize.
He said only a handful of labs in the country are crystallizing iron transport proteins like Stea...
Waterborne carbon increases threat of environmental mercury
...al Survey, UW-Madison, the University of Colorado and Chapman University chose to look at the role of dissolved organic carbon (DOC), a richly colored brew
created as plants and other organic materials decay into a soup of proteins, acids and other compounds. DOC can tint wetlands and streams shades of ye...
Microbial fuel cells turn on the juice
... The combination of beer, wastewater, microbes, fuel cells, high school students and teachers sounds like a witches brew
for an old fashioned, illicit 60s beach party.
Instead, these are the components that comprise the heart and soul of a new high school scienc...
American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Aug. 15, 2007
ARTICLE #9 EMBARGOED FOR: Tuesday, Aug. 21, 1:30 p.m., Eastern Time
Source of coffees bitterness identified; could lead to better tasting brew
Bitter taste can ruin a cup of coffee. Now, chemists in Germany and the United States say they have identified the chemicals largely responsible f...
brew in Biological Technology
Kentucky Ale Will Be the Official Beer of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games
...earse Lyons, president and founder of Alltech. "We are excited to provide our global visitors with the opportunity to taste an authentic Kentucky brew
as the Official Beer of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games."
Kentucky Ale, Kentucky Light and Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale are Lexington's...
Betting on Change - The Venture Forum in 2008
... interest to us in our continuing search for innovative technologies
that could drive new business opportunities for P&G Health Care."
In this "rich brew
of innovation," as Shukla refers to it, presenting
companies are specially selected from the National Institutes of Health's
Support Regulatory Change to Boost Wisconsins Biotech Sector
...mitted to make claims about their products clinical performance or diagnostic ability. However, their customers often combine the ASRs to create home brew
assays for diagnosing genetic disordersall of which occurs without traditional FDA approval based on clinical evidence. Avoiding the long, expensive ...
Midwest Wireless adds live TV to list of cellular services
...czyk said cell-phone users must first download a program for their phone from the wireless provider. This works on certain phones that support Java or brew
applications. Midwest Wireless is initially supporting the LG VX 6000 and the Audiovox 8900.
Battery life while viewing video is better than most p...
Security goes beyond technology into common-sense practices
...er system, it is not doing as well in the U.S. There are several reasons for a lackluster performance: competition, price points of various individual brew
coffeemakers and other market issues like consumer acceptance.
Kraft has a similar offering in the marketplace called Tassimo. This is a combinatio...
Amplification of Mouse cDNAs for Microarrays Using the Eppendorf
...1. Eppendorf Taq
2. Eppendorf MasterTaq
3. Competitor A
4. Competitor B
5. Home brew
6. Competitor C
7. Competitor D
8. Competitor E
9. Competitor F
brew in Biological Dictionary
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