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Connecticut will receive $278,079 as part of $25 million in grants announced today by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to help schools purchase kitchen equipment needed to provide nutritious lunches and breakfasts. More than 90 percent of schools
SQ109 is made by Sequella Inc., a pharmaceutical company. "Drug resistance is a major public health threat," Oldfield said. "We have to make new antibiotics, and we have to find ways to get around the resistance problem...Resistance in many cases
Johns Hopkins researchers have discovered the unexpected phenomenon in the organs that produce sperm in fruit flies. The discovery sheds light on the tiny "environments" that stem cells occupy in animal bodies and may help explain how stem cells in
The findings could revive the use of the cheap anti-malarial drug chloroquine in treating and preventing the mosquito-bourne disease, which claims the lives of more than half a million people each year around the world. The parasite that causes
A draft paper released by Australia's National Health and Medical Research Council this week stated homeopathic remedies were no more effective than a placebo when used to treat 68 health conditions. Conducted by a working committee of medical
Later, he invited me to his hospital, Jeroen Bosch Ziekenhuis in the Netherlands, to conduct a number of seminars and workshops on quality and safety and other process improvement. I'm very pleased to pass along, now, this announcement: Prof. dr. W.
Lesya Lysyi, who took over as president of Weight Watchers North America last November, worked with W+K when she was chief marketing officer at Heineken USA. At the time of her hiring last fall, Weight Watchers also appointed Dan Crowe as chief
The usually slender Gibson had lost even more weight, causing fans to taunt her skeletal appearance online. "Some were just plain mean and ignorant," she says. The response inspired Gibson to come clean about a health challenge she has been facing. "
Glen Williamson enjoys a walk with his wife, Shirley, on their Taranaki farm after the heart surgery. Photo / Mark Dwyer A Taranaki farmer who became the first Kiwi to undergo a revolutionary heart procedure has joined a push for it to be made
Previous research in Dr Atala's lab has shown that once cell-seeded scaffolds are implanted in the body, nerves and blood vessels form and the cells expand and form tissue. At the same time the scaffolding material is being absorbed by the body, the