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50,000 Letters Sent to Notre Dame Alumni Re: Obama; In Letter, Bishop Gracida Urged Former U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican Mary Ann Glendon to Refuse Award

...ask those friends to remember the Gospels : remember Jesus turning over tables; chasing people with a whip; calling Pharisees the children of hell, a brood of vipers, white washed tombs, and sons of the devil. In considering an appropriate response to killing babies and hurting mothers, remember J...

When a Mind Begins to Disappear: A Young Family's Journey to the Dark Side

...chool in Fort McCoy, Wisc. After marrying, the two settled down in Villa Park, a quiet suburb of 23,000 people just west of Chicago, where the Mueller brood soon grew. A stay-at-home mom, Michelle took care of their three girls, Jamie, Erin, and Katie -- now 14, 13, and 9 -- while Jim embarked on his bu...

Early bird doesn't always get worm, UNC researcher finds

...e finding, published in the March 12 issue of PLoS ONE, runs somewhat counter to common wisdom, which holds that baby birds that are laid before their brood mates have a better chance of surviving long enough to leave the nest. But after studying a population of Lincolns sparrows in a remote stretch of...

Ongoing Tests Show Kona Kampachi(R) is Rich in Omega-3s With No Detectable Mercury

... purity and health benefits of Kona Kampachi to the company's policy of nurturing its fish from hatch to harvest. Kona Kampachi originates from select brood stock and is fed high-quality sustainable feed. These controls, combined with the rapid growth cycle of Kona Kampachi, ensure that mercury or other co...

Mutual Resentment in Marriage Can Be Deadly

...ally resentful. The couples with the most unexpressed anger died the earliest. "The worst thing to do is to keep it in, not talk about the problem, brood about it, and be continuously angry," said study author Ernest Harburg, professor emeritus at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. "Not...

A good fight may keep you and your marriage healthy

...cess of resolving conflict. The key matter is, when the conflict happens, how do you resolve it?" "When you don't, if you bury your anger, and you brood on it and you resent the other person or the attacker, and you don't try to resolve the problem, then you're in trouble." Of the 192 couples studi...

Volunteers Remove Garbage from Kashmir's Dal Lake

... While officials continue to brood over exhaustive plans for its survival, some tourists and locals are setting an example to preserve Kashmir's famed Dal Lake - fishing out tonnes of g...

Brooding Could Kill, Warn Psychologists

...en-Hoeksema of Yale University, who has studied rumination for years. Women brood about things that make them sad or anxious; men are more likely to stew abo... for her addiction, she says, she has learned to solve problems rather than brood and calls herself "a recovering ruminator." She's director of Emotions Anon...

Invasion of Cicada Hordes Feared in US Midwest

..., or dog-day cicadas, that appear every summer are common around the world. The last massive emergence of periodical cicadas was in 2004, when brood X emerged after 17 years underground in parts of 15 Eastern states. Some broods emerge after 13 years. Brood XIII is expected across northern ...
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Scrofula

...e & Treatment. How it is diagnosed? ... Our chief remedy in scrofula which corresponds to Hahnemann's ... Scrofula is the Latin word for brood sow, and it is the term applied to ... Scrofula ... Historically, scrofula was a term used to describe tuberculosis ... scrofula . Definiti...
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Battle of the sexes benefits offspring, says research

...s a conflict of interest between parents, since each parent would benefit by leaving their partner holding the baby whilst they go off and start a new brood elsewhere. "This is exactly what happens in most animal species, so we wanted to understand how and why animals like birds and primates have evolve...

A young brain for an old bee

...or associative learning was found to decrease. On the other hand, no decline was observed in nurse bees that remain inside the hive taking care of the brood and the queen, even though their age was the same as that of their foraging sisters. When the scientists artificially forced a subset of these forager...

Hatchery fish may hurt efforts to sustain wild salmon runs

...of the hatcheries are selected to be different than those that do well in a much more hostile and predatory real-world environment. Using wild fish as brood stock each year should lessen the problem, but it was just that type of hatchery fish that were used in the Hood River study. This demonstrates that e...

Live-in domestics: Mites as maids in tropical rainforest sweat bee nests

...iam Wcislo's lab at STRI and graduate student in professor Ulrich Mueller's lab at the University of Texas, Austin. Biani placed the contents of the brood cells in water and plated the liquid on Petri dishes in order to count the number of fungal colonies from nests with and without mites. "When we took ...

American Chemical Society Weekly PressPac -- April 1, 2009

...se animals. In the study, Marcelo Valle de Sousa and colleagues point out that worker bees begin adult life by performing tasks in the nest such as brood nursing. By 2-3 weeks of age, however, these females equivalent to middle age in human years switch to foraging for nectar and pollen. Foraging requ...

Troutlodge, University of Miami sign aquaculture agreement

... UM's Rosenstiel School is a dream come true. We are excited by the potential of marine fish aquaculture. The strength of our company in genetics and brood stock management has supported the success of salmonid producers throughout the world, and we firmly believe that by combining similar efforts in emer...

Fountain of Youth to be found in the anthill?

.... As head of the colony they stay in the nest dedicated to perform one major task, egg-laying, for their whole life. Workers on the other hand perform brood care, colony maintenance, and complex foraging tasks. Among the workers additional behavioral and morphological differences may exist. Some individual...

A bee's future as queen or worker may rest with parasitic fly

...likely to stay and act as helping workers, while larger bees tend to depart and start new nests as egg-laying queens. Bees that emerge from cells, or brood chambers, that also house flies are smaller than their nest mates from fly-free cells. The flies may encourage worker behavior in some bees. "We o...

Bee disease a mystery

...ng an important discovery about the transmission of a common bee virus. Deformed wing virus (DWV) is passed between adult bees and to their developing brood by a parasitic mite called Varroa destructor when it feeds. However, research published in the July issue of the Journal of General Virology suggest...

Male seahorses are nature's Mr. Mom, Texas A&M researchers say

...ogy: the origin of complex traits, Jones said. The brood pouch on male seahorses and pipefish where females..., the female inserts her ovipositor into the males brood pouch (an external structure that grows on the bod...ze the eggs. It wouldnt be that interesting if the brood pouch were just a flap of skin where the females p...
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Mictic egg

...t is not ... AE-> Mictic ™ (2N) which produces normal mictic eggs (N)(by normal meiosis) ... Copulation results in fertilized eggs in the brood sac which develops a ... ...
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