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St. Louis Metro Area Optometrists Partner With Sen. Bond; U.S. House Leaders in Improving Infant Eye and Vision Care

...(R) Week. To encourage parents to take advantage of the InfantSEE(R) program and to help protect infant vision and eye health, Mayor Francis G. slay has officially declared Monday, June 8 through Friday, June 12 InfantSEE(R) Week in the St Louis Metro Area. One in 10 children are at risk from ...

Winners Selected as Beautiful Warriors by Ford Warriors in Pink and Reader's Digest for Exemplifying the Fight Against Breast Cancer

...", when she had a recurrence, followed by chemo/radiation. The enemy of fear hung over our clan like a storm cloud. As a young warrior, she learned to slay fear, prior to the never ending check-ups...fear still overwhelmed me, awaiting her results. As a warrior, she pushes her body to run and bike daily t...
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Cancer Research 'David' Hopes to Slay 'Cancer Goliath'

PHOENIX, March 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- What if after 100 years of searching by major institutions and government agencies for the conquest of cancer, a small, unheralded, non-profit organization could become the "David" that helped slay the Cancer Goliath? Improbable? Perhaps. ...
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Study may help slay 'Yellow Monster'

Low-grade uranium ore is nicknamed "yellowcake" for its color and powdered consistency. The Navajo have another name: Leetso, or "yellow monster." The yellow monster surfaced on the Navajo Nation with uranium mining that started in the 1940s and continued for the next several decades. In its afte...

Researchers: No faking it, crocodile tears are real

...Mandeville, first published in 1400 and read widely, they write. Says the passage, In that country be a general plenty of crocodiles These serpents slay men and they eat them weeping. Shaner and Vliet also found reference to crocodiles crying in scientific literature, but it was contradictory or con...

Taking Aim With Nanoparticle PEBBLEs

... In what sounds like a modern-day version of the David and Goliath story, University of Michigan scientists hope to slay a big killer with pebbles. In this case, the killer is not a fearsome giant, but a dreaded disease: cancer. And the pebbles are not the kind you hurl ...
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Outflanking the Google, Yahoo, MSN juggernaut

... searches in March 2007, according to Hitwise , is drawing out entrepreneurs and other search giants looking for strategies and niches where they can slay the giant. One intriguing possibility is evident in the buzz that Microsoft and Yahoo! are again talking about a merger or other sharing of capabi...
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