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For Treatment of Dyslipidemia, Surveyed Physicians are Increasingly Switching Patients to a More Potent Statin Following the ENHANCE and SEAS Trials

WALTHAM, Mass. , July 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Decision Resources, one of the world's leading research and advisory firms for pharmaceutical and healthcare issues, finds that, in the treatment of dyslipidemia patients who fail to reach LDL goal, surveyed physicians are increasingly switching patients to...

Dire Future Predicted for Europe's 4 Seas

A 2.5 million Euro research project, European Lifestyles and Marine Ecosystems, has predicted a dire future for Europes four regional seas. As part of the research, the group of over 100 scientists from 28 institutions from 15 European countries, focused on the four major European sea area...

Farmed fish may pose risk for mad cow disease

... reasonable caution for public health, the practice of feeding rendered cows to fish should be prohibited," Friedland said. "Fish do very well in the seas without eating cows," he added. Creutzfeldt Jakob disease is an untreatable, universally-fatal disease that can be contracted by eating parts of a...

China Nepstar Chain Drugstore Appoints Chief Operating Officer

...nutrient manufacturing, and convenience store operations. Prior to joining Beijing Yiming, Mr. Wu served as the divisional marketing director of Four seas Group, a food manufacturing, trading and distribution company. Jason received his master's degree in management from the Northeastern University of ...

Medifast Announces Opening of First Franchise Clinic

...t through our diversified business model. We remain optimistic about the short and long term future for Medifast as we successfully navigate the rough seas of this economy. Fortunately, Medifast is navigating through the storm with little debt, superb assets and strong liquidity ratios." The Company exp...

No Definitive Link Seen Between Vytorin and Cancer

...chers said about their review in a statement. "The seas result appears to have been a chance finding. When...ancer." "The recent, unexpected findings of the seas study raised concern that the use of the selective...ht cause cancer, which was suggested by the recent seas study," Dr. Bryon Lee, an assistant professor of m...

FDA Investigates Possible Vytorin-Cancer Link

...ursday afternoon, the FDA said it had obtained preliminary results from the seas trial. The trial tested whether lowering LDL-cholesterol with Vytorin would... reported. The agency said it expects to receive a final study from the seas trial in about three months. It will then take an estimated six months to r...

CaringBridge(R) Enhances Web Service by Adding Printable CaringBook Option

...umpTV, Legacy.com, Little League International(R), The Officer Down Memorial Page, Inc., ProfessionalTravelGuide.com, Random House, Inc., Regent Seven seas Cruises, Sportography, Inc., and YAVarsity.com. For more information, please go to http://www.sharedbook.com or http://blog.sharedbook.com . C...

Survey: Most People Unsure About Cloned Food

...l of the Food and Drug Administration. According to the survey from Clear seas Research, 77.8 percent of respondents said they were unsure about the safet... after the FDA's approval and 6.6 percent did not feel it was safe. Clear seas Research conducted an online poll to gauge consumer reaction to the FDA app...

Small sea creatures may be the 'canaries in the coal mine' of climate change

...less able to withstand warmer waters, and they are smaller. These observations suggest that the double jeopardy situation warming and acidifying seas will be a complex environment for future marine organisms, she said. Hofmann is studying levels of carbon dioxide that would result from what the...

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seas in Biological News

Admiral to discuss piracy on high seas at IEEE Homeland Security Conference

WASHINGTON (6 May 2009) -- The Maersk Alabama incident and the latest threats to shipping on the high seas will be featured during the opening session of the 2009 IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security (HST 09) at the Westin Waltham Boston Hotel, 11-12 May. Rear Ad...

Wildlife Conservation Society study finds seasonal seas save corals with 'tough love'

Finally, some good news about the prospects of coral reefs in the age of climate change. According to a new study by the Wildlife Conservation Society, corals may actually survive rising ocean temperatures in tough love seas with wide-ranging temperatures. Researchers discovered that coral reef...

Academy participates in project to discover drugs, biofuels in tropical seas

PHILADELPHIAThe National Institutes of Health has awarded $4 million to a group of Philippine and American scientists, including The Academy of Natural Sciences, to aid in the discovery of new molecules and biofuels technology from marine mollusks for development in the Philippines. Research wil...

Discovering drugs, biofuels in tropical seas

PORTLAND, Ore. The National Institutes of Health has awarded $4 million to a group of Philippine and American scientists led by Oregon Health & Science University to aid in the discovery of new molecules and biofuels technology from marine mollusks for development in the Philippines. The project...

Cassini's new view of land of lakes and seas

The best views of the hydrocarbon lakes and seas on Saturn's moon Titan taken by the Cassini spacecraft are being released today. A new radar image comprised from seven Titan fly-bys over the last year and a half shows a north pole pitted with giant lakes and seas, at least one of them larger t...

Symposium to discuss geoengineering to fight climate change at the ESA Annual Meeting

... Geoengineering techniques aim to slow global warming through the use of human-made changes to the Earth's land, seas or atmosphere. But new research shows that the use of geoengineering to do environmental good may cause other environmental harm. In a symposium at th...

Humans 'damaging the oceans'

... oxygen to grow by at least 50 per cent. This has major implications for the world's most productive fishing waters in the cool temperate regions. The seas provide around one sixth of humanity's protein food and any loss in fisheries production will have a direct impact on us, he adds. Besides the cha...

Arctic climate under greenhouse conditions in the Late Cretaceous

... annual temperature at this time." The size distribution of clay and sand grains in the sediment points to the formation of sea ice in shallow coastal seas during autumn storms but suggests the absence of larger drop-stones suggests that the winters, although cold, were not cold enough to support thick gl...

Evolution: Crabs go deep to avoid hot water

...g force behind the speciation and radiation of a major seafloor predator; globally, and over tens of millions of years of Earth's history. In deep seas all over the world, around 100 species of king crabs live largely undiscovered. The fraction that we have found includes some weird and wonderful exa...

WWF study says climate change could displace millions in Asia's Coral Triangle

...who rely on its riches." The report offers two dramatically different scenarios for the Coral Triangle, which is comprised of the coasts, reefs and seas of the countries of Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and Timor Leste. The Coral Triangle occupies just one ...

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seas in Biological Technology

Video: Schering-Plough Introduces AFRIN(R) PureSea(TM): A Natural, Gentle Nasal Rinse From the Seas of Northern France

100 Percent Purified Seawater Helps Users Breathe Freely KENILWORTH, N.J., March 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Schering-Plough Corporation (NYSE: SGP ) today announced the launch of AFRIN(R) PureSea(TM) Hydrating Nasal Rinse, the only nasal rinse product entirely made of 100 percent purified ...

Internet can warn of ecological changes

...he Internet can provide important early warnings about pending losses of ecosystem services," said lead author Dr Galaz. In 1997-98, unusually warm seas caused unprecedented levels of mass 'coral bleaching'. Field observations of the global phenomenon were shared instantly through an email network, dem...

Venter Institute Launches the J. Robert Beyster and Life Technologies 2009-2010 Research Voyage of the Sorcerer II Expedition

... diversity in the Baltic, Mediterranean, and Black seas and is being funded by the Beyster Family Foundati...gies Corporation and other anonymous donors. These seas are of scientific interest because they are among the world's largest seas isolated from the major oceans and will likely con...

Researchers control the assembly of nanobristles into helical clusters

...ystems, and as an enhancement for the mixing and transport of particles. Lead authors Joanna Aizenberg, Gordon McKay Professor of Materials Science at seas and the Susan S. and Kenneth L. Wallach Professor at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, and L Mahadevan, Lola England de Valpine Professor o...

DARPA awards research team $1.2M grant to study surface enhanced Raman scattering

...will serve as the principal investigator for the grant. His co-investigators include Eric Mazur, Balkanski Professor of Physics and Applied Physics at seas and the Department of Physics and Aln Aspuru-Guzik, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at the Department of Chemistry and Chemical ...

Engineers whip up the first long-lived nanoscale bubbles

...d an ordinary kitchen mixer. The next day I went out and bought a kitchen mixer for the lab, explained Stone. The experimental study, conducted by seas graduate student Emilie Dressaire in collaboration with Unilever colleagues, revealed that when the bubbles were covered with the chosen surfactant mi...

Silicon Logic Enables High-Speed Communication

...fellow Cray Research veterans Mike Berry and Bob Solberg, to sit on the crest of the high-speed communications wave already taking shape on the high seas of communications technology. Having announced an agreement with computer industry icon Texas Instruments Inc . in January to jointly develop com...

Overseas Outsourcing Brews Backlash

...acklash from customers and employees. Perhaps there will be many more companies who will want to avoid a consumer driven black eye by going to an over seas outsourcing approach, when they can work with American companies who compete on a better level of service. Outsourcing is an issue the federal gov...

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