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... 6 December 2007 Elsevier is pleased to announce ... Leukotrienes & Essential Fatty Acids (PLEFA) will become the ... of Fatty Acids and Lipids (ISSFAL). 2008 ... in 1978 as Prostaglandins and Medicine by the late ...
... could solve the growing energy demands of millions of ... the region,s tensions pertaining to oil supplies through hydroelectric ... untold ecological harm and displace countless people from their ... Global Environmental Issues, Roelof Dirk Schuiling of Utrecht University ...
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(Date:1/22/2015)... Joan Lunden, award-winning American journalist, beloved television ... 32nd Annual Miami Breast Cancer Conference planned ... (PER®) , shares that “a fast-growing, virulent” cancer in ... had not followed up her clean mammogram with an ...
(Date:1/22/2015)... Calif. (PRWEB) January 22, 2015 ... Susan Bonilla (D-Concord) and Kristin Olsen (R-Modesto) were ... their leadership in advancing biotechnology, biomedical science, medical ... and Olsen each received the “2014 Life Sciences ...
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(Date:1/22/2015)... January 22, 2015 Payday lending practices ... communities and cause financial distress to the states that ... at Howard University’s Center on Race and Wealth. , ... economic activity, payday loans at the same time substantially ...
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... D.C. Areas of the brain responsible for ... patients who exercised following a medication holiday, say ... say the changes indicate brain functioning is more ... the brains resources is devoted to processing bothersome ...
... SUNDAY, Nov. 13 (HealthDay News) -- When added to standard ... people with "acute coronary syndrome" lower their risk of death, ... Acute coronary syndrome is an umbrella term that includes people ... finding "opens up a new area for treating this very ...
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... women with breast cancer have taken the drug tamoxifen, only ... tumors do not respond to the treatment at all, or ... at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) have discovered ... way to defeat it. On Sunday, Nov. 13, ...
... (HealthDay News) -- All U.S. children between the ages of ... to new guidelines endorsed by the nation,s leading group of ... guidelines that suggest such testing be done only for children ... blood cholesterol, which is one of the major risk factors ...
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