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(Date:7/23/2014)... Chrysomya megacephala is commonly found in dead bodies ... time of death, referred to as the post mortem ... C. megacephala from Tamil Nadu is provided for ... characterization through generation of DNA barcoding. This study, significant ... Biodiversity Data Journal . , Chrysomya megacephala ...
(Date:7/23/2014)... New Rochelle, NY -- The potential for clinical ... for transplant-based therapeutic strategies has previously been hindered ... the development of tumors. The ability to use ... for the treatment of heart disease, specifically acute ... Stem Cells and Development , a peer-reviewed ...
(Date:7/23/2014)... MINNETONKA, Minn. , July 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ ... technology company specializing in clinical study management systems, ... West , a proven life sciences industry executive ... named Chief Operating Officer (COO).  Clareece will be ... and sales growth, operational efficiency and quality product/service ...
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... of a study this week that they say will help ... or reversing the devastating tissue inflammation that results after heart ... the Journal of Biological Chemistry , lead author Alejandro ... Cardiovascular Science are reporting that vascular cells, ability to properly ...
... in German . Digger wasps of the genus ... their cocoons that guarantee protection against harmful microorganisms. Scientists ... Jena teamed up with researchers at the University of ... Research Hans-Knoell-Institute - and discovered that bacteria of ...
... BIRMINGHAM, Ala. African-Americans age 65 and younger are more ... Caucasians in any region, and people who have a stroke ... according to researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham ... UAB,s Reasons for Geographic and Racial Differences in Stroke (REGARDS) ...
Cached Biology News:Preventing or reversing inflammation after heart attack, stroke may require 2-pronged approach 2Beewolves protect their offspring with antibiotics 2Beewolves protect their offspring with antibiotics 3UAB study shows African-Americans have highest stroke rate, southerners more likely to die 2
(Date:7/23/2014)... HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, July ... American children and teens look in the mirror and ... reported Wednesday. "Being overweight or obese is associated ... high cholesterol and diabetes," said lead researcher Neda Sarafrazi, ... Control and Prevention,s National Center for Health Statistics. ...
(Date:7/23/2014)... (PRWEB) July 23, 2014 Home ... in-home care for seniors, is proud to announce the ... featuring experts in a wide range of health and ... social worker and award-winning author Nancy Kriseman, and will ... ways to prevent burnout by becoming more self-aware. In ...
(Date:7/23/2014)... study supports a growing body of research suggesting ... hormones in treating postmenopausal breast cancer, with fewer ... with standard anti-hormone therapies. The study will be ... journal Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology . , ... in women in the United States. Approximately 70% ...
(Date:7/23/2014)... The American Telemedicine Association (ATA) is ... meeting and tradeshow focused exclusively on telemedicine, telehealth ... 5,000 attendees and more than 250 cutting-edge healthcare ... in Los Angeles. , ATA’s annual meeting attracts ... researchers, clinicians, hospital and university administrators, program managers ...
(Date:7/23/2014)... X syndrome ( FXS ) is a genetic disorder ... on the autistic spectrum, as well as cognitive deficits. ... impairment and the most common cause of autism. , ... have published a study that sheds light ... online today (July 23) in the Journal of ...
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... SAN ANTONIO Breast tumors that are 1 centimeter in size ... can still be very aggressive and may require more intensive therapy ... Jacksonville, Fla. , The study, which is being presented at the ... has looked at outcomes of women who have tiny tumors that ...
... DX Recurrence Score Result Has ... Recurrence -, SAN ANTONIO, Dec. 15 Genomic ... from a study showing that,the Oncotype DX Recurrence Score(TM) ... beyond that derived,from Adjuvant Online, an online tool that ...
... pain to,improving an animal,s overall well-being, pet dental ... is the time when veterinary dentistry was little ... teeth, according to a report in the,Dec. 15, ... Veterinary Medical,Association. Today, with advances in technology and ...
... ones can assist them to overcome issues of frailty or ... -- Older relatives who are frail or ill have special ... to help them enjoy the holiday season, geriatric specialists say. ... offer the following tips: , If an older family ...
... weight and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Your neck gets thicker ... in the back of the throat, making your airway more likely ... been suggested as a potential intervention for mild to moderate OSA. ... ready OSA patients are to engage in exercise, a study published ...
... International Telecast Fighting Blindness Features Over 50 Top Stars ... Bullock, Jay Leno, Tom Hanks, Nicole Kidman and ... leading up to,Christmas, many top stars along with top athletes ... blind and visually,impaired. The 13th Annual "Eyes of Christmas" presentations ...
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