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Published June 10, 2013 Associated Press Prosecutors have charged a Houston oncologist with spiking her lover and coworker's coffee with a sweet-tasting chemical used in antifreeze and medical research, causing serious health problems including renal
Ayako Wada-Kutsumta and Andrew Ernst [Pin It] The head of a male German cockroach with antennae extending upward. Long maxillary palps and short labial palps extend downward toward a tasty droplet (blue). The antennae and palps all contain sensory
In the war against pests, the lowly cockroach makes for a fearsome adversary. It can go weeks without water, survive decapitation for a time and, like any proper super-villain, can send humans screaming from a room. Now researchers have discovered
The cockroaches spit out the glucose "like a baby rejects spinach" A strain of cockroaches in Europe has evolved to outsmart the sugar traps used to eradicate them. American scientists found that the mutant cockroaches had a "reorganised" sense of
Lindsey Stirling recently visited our studio and she was an absolute delight!...Ch-ch-check out her dazzling performance for yourself (above)!...After witnessing her sweet skillz up close and personal, we just know glorious gal is the real deal!!
For decades, people have been getting rid of cockroaches by setting out bait mixed with poison. But in the late 1980s, in an apartment test kitchen in Florida, something went very wrong...Mystified researchers tested and discarded theory after theory
Published May 11, 2013 Over the years, many of my clients on quests to eat healthier and lose weight have told me, "I do great all day, but at night, everything just seems to fall apart." Sometimes this happens because evening hours are less busy and
The sweetener which became quite popular over the past decade has been found to increase blood sugar, making it anything but safe for diabetics, its USP. Researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine have found that "zero-calorie"
People can 'see' the flavour of foods before actually tasting them, a new study has claimed...Now we are beginning to understand that flavour depends on parts of the brain that involve taste, odour, touch and vision. "The sum total of these signals,
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