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Cigarette companies adopt devious methods to ensure customer patronage

Cigarette companies jack up nicotine content in cigarettes, thwarting smoking-cessation initiatives. Indeed many steps retrograde//, and a true mockery of the smoking bans by many nations, inclusion of graphic warnings on cigarettes and other initiatives, as companies increase the nicotine levels i...

4 out of 5 CA Voters Demand Health Insurer "Code of Conduct"

...form highlights the need to hold health insurance companies accountable, noting that: "Congressional committees heard a lot this month about the devious schemes used by health insurance companies to drop or shortchange sick patients. It was a damning portrait -- and one Americans know from painful pers...

New Standards Set for Heparin and Glycerin

...y said. "There was almost certainly a contaminate put in the heparin in China that caused these reactions," he said. "It was done in such a clever, devious way that it passed our standards." The contaminated heparin from China was tainted with over-sulfated chondroitin sulfate, which is made from the d...

Philip Morris International Caught in Philippines in Another Concert Sponsorship

...the tobacco regulation law. "Eraserheads members should not allow themselves to be deceived by Philip Morris and should protect their fans from this devious marketing ploy. Considered one of the most influential bands in the Philippines, Eraserheads has become a role model for our youth. I hope they will r...

YouTube Video to Benefit AIDS Babies

...e True History of Jesus -- The Three Children of Jesus and Mary Magdalene -- Names of two 2nd century books with "the true name of Jesus Christ" -- devious and Unholy Censorship -- Devious, Unholy Avignon Popes 1309-1377 -- Inner Circle of the Knights Templar -- Summary of Christianity before and after...

Music to Some, Torture to Others

...decided use this difference in hearing ability. They invented a high-pitched noise that would irritate teenagers but wouldn't be heard by adults. This devious invention known as the Mosquito was to make loitering kids disperse from storefronts without discouraging adults from shopping there. Of cours...
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American Chemical Society Weekly PressPac -- April 1, 2009

...y more vulnerable to disease when infected flies bite into the skin. Until now, however, nobody had identified the specific chemicals involved in this devious action. The scientists collected salivary glands from hundreds of adult female black flies and isolated the proteins using high-tech analytical g...

Scientists uncover Ebola cell-invasion strategy

... kinase pathway in order to enter cells, which could have profound implications. "It's actually triggering the reorganizing of the cell for its own devious outcomes infecting the cell," Davey said. "But there are other possible outcomes of fiddling around with the PI3 kinase. You can get the cell to move...

Evil genes made me do it

... theories or religious dogma. Instead, it centers on what neuroscience and genetics are revealing about not only psychopathy, but also the more subtly devious behavior of seemingly ordinary people. Oakley follows clues from the diary of her late sisterwho actually did steal her mothers boyfriendand takes the...

Microbes start immune response by sneaking inside cells

... the cryopyrin-initiated immune response without activating TLRs. The researchers discovered that a protein called pannexin-1 creates the pore, like a devious undersea diver drilling a hole in a ship hull. The team’s work joins a growing body of research revealing the importance of recently discovered r...
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