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Chicken Pox Rears Its Head in Tamil Nadu, Yet Again

It is summer time and hence the incidence of chicken pox cases is on the rise. District administrations in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu//, especially in the southern districts, are gearing up to tackle the problem. Doctors caution that brain membrane would be the first casualty if c...

Thomson Reuters Study Finds Baby Boomers and Generation X Face Healthcare Cost Hurdles

...groups are more likely than Millennials and the Silent Generation to say they are experiencing difficulty paying for care. High Unemployment rears Its Head: The percentage of households that reported losing a job in the last three months increased to 13.5 percent in April, up from 11.4 percent i...
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Caltech researchers train computers to analyze fruit-fly behavior

...racteristic details of what each individual behavior looks like on video. A lunge, for instance, begins with a shortening of the fly's body as the fly rears up; the fly then makes a quick darting movement, closing to within a few centimeters of another fly. Once the computer had mastered these details, ...

Research uncovers the social dynamics of yellow jackets

...within a colony also intrigues Goodisman. Different events occur in the colony based on the time of year. For example, the queen constructs a nest and rears the first cohort of workers in the spring. Once the workers mature, they take over the task of colony maintenance and expand the nest by constructing ...
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Chinese pharma-biotech dragon rears its head

- I am on the eve of departing for Osaka, Japan, for the Bio Japan 2006 conference as part of a small Illinois mission. I have written a number of times over the years about both the Japanese pharma and biotech industries, but I haven't been back to Japan for a few years and I'm looking forwar...

IT guru Melissa Chapman: how to make health IT work for the bottom line

...dding. If there are genuine administrative savings, and you're able to care for more patients, you will see an ROI." Flip side of efficiency Irony rears its head on RHIOs when one considers that efficiency reduces redundancy; but redundancy, particularly in testing, makes money for the provider. And wh...

Doing the pharmaceutical tango

...ths as they prepare to dance their own tango. See you soon! Recent articles by Michael Rosen Michael Rosen: Chinese pharma-biotech dragon rears its head Michael Rosen: The flattening world and its impact on U.S. biotech Michael Rosen: Midwest shines among best hospitals in U.S. ...

NIH '05 funding: Midwest has two states in Top 10

... you soon! Recent articles by Michael Rosen Michael Rosen: Doing the pharmaceutical tango Michael Rosen: Chinese pharma-biotech dragon rears its head Michael Rosen: The flattening world and its impact on U.S. biotech Michael Rosen: Midwest shines among best hospitals in U.S. ...

Japan on the rebound: Implications for Midwest

...H '05 funding: Midwest has two states in Top 10 Michael Rosen: Doing the pharmaceutical tango Michael Rosen: Chinese pharma-biotech dragon rears its head Michael Rosen: The flattening world and its impact on U.S. biotech Michael Rosen: Midwest shines among best hospitals in U.S. ...

Midwest colleges strong contenders for NIH funds

...lications for Midwest NIH '05 funding: Midwest has two states in Top 10 Doing the pharmaceutical tango Chinese pharma-biotech dragon rears its head Michael S. Rosen is president of Rosen Bioscience Management, a company that provides CEO services, including financing and business an...
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