Americans United for Life Assesses State Ballot Initiative Outcomes, Predicts Regrouping and Strong Comeback in Next Election Cycle for Life Issues
CHICAGO, Nov. 5 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Americans United for Life
(AUL) today released analysis of the results of yesterday's life-related
ballot initiatives. The election saw pro-life ballot initiatives on
abortion defeated in California, Colorado, and South Dakota while
Bed Bugs, Nearly Eradicated, Make a Comeback
Study finds blood-sucking critters' resistance to insecticides increasing in urban areas
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 14 (HealthDay News) -- A resistance to insecticides appears to be why bed bugs are making a comeback
in some urban areas, a new study says.
Bed bugs in New York City, where inf...
Chikungunya Make a Comeback in Kolkata
A man from a south Kolkata neighbourhood tested positive for the chikungunya virus earlier this week.// However the patient ceased to show symptoms of the disease after a few days, according to official sources Saturday.
Shakil Khan, a resident of Prince Ghulam Mohammad Shah Road in the Lake ...
Yaws Disease - Making a Comeback After 50 Years
The World Health Organization warned on Thursday that a virtually eradicated disease that eats through people's skin, cartilage and bones is reappearing in Africa//, Asia and South America.
WHO reported that it would restart its campaign to rid the globe of the skin and bone wasting disease Ya...
'School Sermons' Need a Comeback
Researchers have come out in support of old wisdom, in order to deal with teenage pregnancies and substance abuse-major public health challenges// of today.
Improving pupil-teacher relationships and raising a teenager’s self-confidence by changing the very ethos(institutional culture) of a sch...
Panama hat making a slow comeback
Al Capone wore one. So did Winston Churchill and Ernest Hemingway. We are talking about the Panama hat, which is traditionally made in Ecuador. The elegant// headwear woven from palm fibres, considered a status symbol for men for decades, is now making a slow comeback.
Custom-woven Panama hats...
Thalidomide may stage a comeback
The controversial drug thalidomide, which was banned in 1962, is being reassessed to find out if it could again be prescribed to patients to treat rare forms of cancer and leprosy. The drug which is unlicensed in Europe was marketed in the 50s and 60s as a cure for morning// sickness. However, it w...
NAMI Observes Minority Mental Health Awareness Month
...ss. She died in 2006.
Campbell's best-selling books included Your Blues Ain't Like Mine (1992), Brothers and Sisters (1994), Singing in the comeback
Choir (1998) and 72-Hour Hold (2005). She was co-founder of NAMI Urban Los Angeles.
"NAMI is proud to honor Bebe Moore Campbell's legacy of pu...
PIBH with NFL Star Doug Flutie Recognizes 23 PA Workers with Disabilities, 21 Organizations Supporting Those with Disabilities
...e greatest quarterback career in Canadian football history. He returned to the NFL in 1998 and played with the Buffalo Bills, earning Pro Bowl and NFL comeback
Player of the Year honors. He finished his playing career as a member of the New England Patriots in 2005.
In addition to being a motivational s...
Video: Jennifer Lopez Joins the Fight Against Pertussis in New PSAs
...vaccinated against pertussis to protect themselves and to help keep their babies safe from this dangerous disease," she added.
Pertussis Makes a comeback
Between 2000-2003 and 2004-2007, there was a 100 percent increase in reported cases of pertussis. Estimates indicate that there may be as many a...
comeback in Medical Dictionary
...re characterized by the presence of a number of viral accessory genes that encompass vif, vpr, vpx, vpu, and ... Tuberculosis (TB) is making a comeback
in the United States today - particularly among the homeless, those in prison, and those rendered susceptible because of HIV ... Ear infections ...
...an infection caused by slow-growing bacteria that grow best ... Tuberculosis is either latent or active. ... Tuberculosis (TB) is making a comeback
in the United States today - particularly ... Another type of infection is called reactivation tuberculosis . ... Occupationally-related Public...
...DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN ... SUFFOCATION . Yes, they're back. ... We've spoken with Mike Smith, Suffocation's drummer. METAL SIDE: Suffocation's comeback
is a great event for most fans of ... Shop for Suffocation and Music at Shop.com. Release Date 2006-09-19 Audio CD Relapse Music|Heavy Metal|Dea...
comeback in Biological News
Exploited fish make rapid comeback in world's largest no-take marine reserve network
No-take marine reserves, in which fishing is completely banned, can lead to very rapid comebacks of the fish species most prized by commercial and recreational fisheries, reveals a new study of Australia's Great Barrier Reef published in the June 24th issue of Current Biology , a Cell Press publi...
4 years after tsunami: Corals stage comeback
NEW YORK (DECEMBER 26, 2008) A team of scientists from the New York-based Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has reported a rapid recovery of coral reefs in areas of Indonesia, following the tsunami that devastated coastal regions throughout the Indian Ocean four years ago today.
Asian waterbirds stage remarkable comeback
NEW YORK (April 3, 2008) According to a report released today by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), several species of rare waterbirds from Cambodias famed Tonle Sap region have staged remarkable comebacks, thanks to a project involving a single team of park rangers to provide 24-hour prot...
Laughing hyenas, wailing levees, the sound of cheese and blaring bagpipes
... April 23, 2009 -- Deteriorating screws in bridges, fish that listen in the dark, medical devices that use sound to treat disease, the detected comeback
of a long-gone whale, the sound of hyenas, cheese, and bagpipes, and what evolution can teach us about cowardice.
These are just a few of the topic...
Let the cat keep chasing the mouse
...tzerland too, data on populations of wildcats is being collected and modelled, in order to be able to protect this species better in the future.
of a native
They have been strolling through the forests of Europe since ancient times on their soft velvety paws and certainly long before mankind...
Fishing ban guards coral reefs against predatory starfish outbreaks
...es from 4.5 percent to 33 percent of the area of the park, a move that Sweatman's group reported in the June 23rd Current Biology has led to a rapid comeback
of coral trout in the area.
" Whatever the underlying mechanism, this study suggests that this increase should reduce the overall impact of future...
Is that sea otter stealing your lunch -- or making it?
... This release is available in French.
Hunted to near extinction, sea otters are making a steady comeback
along the Pacific coast. Their reintroduction, however, is expected to reduce the numbers of several key species of commercially valuable shellfish dr...
Choices and Challenges forum to address nuclear power issue
...t, associate professor in the Department of Science and Technology in Society, and one of the coordinators of the forum. The backdrop to its potential comeback
is climate change: increasingly regarded as a threat to people, nature, and perhaps even civilization, climate change is prompting many analysts, from...
Introduced foxes transformed vegetation on Aleutian Islands from lush grasslands to tundra
...the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to remove introduced foxes from the Aleutian islands have been largely successful. Seabirds are beginning to make a comeback
on islands previously colonized by foxes, and in some places the vegetation has begun to look lusher. But it is likely to take decades for the ecosyst...
comeback in Biological Technology
Use of Rx to OTC Switch as Product Management Tactic Enjoys Comeback
NEW YORK, April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- There are 14 prescription drugs that
exceeded $20 billion in sales in 2006, that may have the potential to reach
the over-the-counter market in four years. Prescription to OTC switches
were frequent in 2006 and 2007 and a new report by Kalorama Information,
Storytelling makes a comeback in an unlikely place
Lori Silverman Source: Partners for Progress MADISON, Wis. Members of the World Future Society came together recently to hear a story of an emerging trend in the corporate world the use of storytelling as a business tool.
Lori Silverman, owner of the consulting firm Partners for Progress a...
Consumers Lead Tech Market Comeback
If the economy isn't coming back, you couldn't tell it by the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week. Mountains of product releases, a near-electric buzz among attendees, and cab lines. Cab lines like you haven't seen at a technology tradeshow in recent years. In fact, if the length of th...
2005: the year of the comeback
The last column of the year is an invitation for reflection, and this one is no different. These last 12 months have seen a resurgence of the technology market and well no doubt look back on 2005 and pronounce it the year the Internet economy got back on its feet. In the overall scheme of things,...
Tech Digest: Rayovac, Inacom, TomoTherapy, Regal-Beloit, Modine
...mpany , a firm specializing in thermal management systems for vehicles and industrial equipment, announced on Monday they have been named one of seven comeback
Companies by Forbes magazine and have been placed back on the Platinum 400 list of the Best Big Companies in America. Modine was a member of the mag...
Boston entrepreneur to enliven Milwaukee angel group
... Silicon Pastures, a Milwaukee investor group that has weathered a couple of slow years, is staging a comeback
under the leadership of tech entrepreneur Pehr Anderson.
The angel network, a group of individual investors with high net worth, allows investors t...
Merge eMed releases software upgrade
... West Allis, Wis. - It's only an upgrade from 3.0 to 3.1, but it may just mark the first small victory in a company's comeback
Merge eMed , part of the Merge Healthcare family of companies, has announced the release of its upgraded Fusion RIS (Radiology Informatio...
An upside down view of the future
...d man on their farm. A straight-shooter, she was delighted to be tending her garden rather than caring for knowledge workers. But she hinted that at a comeback
to the corporate world could easily be in the offing if she were offered the right challenge and allowed a great deal of flexibility in defining her r...