Friday, January 30, 2009

For Friday, January 30, 2009

Tadpoles may hold cancer clue

New Insights Into A Leading Poultry Disease And Its Risks To Human Health

How Ebola Virus Avoids The Immune System

Five Cases Of Ebola Virus In Philippines


New Disease, Comparable To BSE, Created In Laboratory Mice


Cases of sexually spread diseases on the rise

Lowly worm offers new clues on stroke, heart drugs

Caenorhabditis elegans

Physically Fit Kids Do Better In School

American Seniors Living Longer On Less

New Stem Cell-like Functions In Plants Found

Thirsty Plants Text For Help

Climate Change's Impact On Invasive Plants In Western US May Create Restoration Opportunities

Gene's Past Could Improve The Future Of Rice


FrankenBeasts: Do Pet Clones Really Match?

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Locust swarms 'high' on serotonin


Termite Insecticide Found To Be Potent Greenhouse Gas

'Green' light bulb fears rejected

Britain warned over air quality

Zimbabwe cholera cases pass 60,000

MS stem-cell treatment 'success'

Bad peanuts found weeks before outbreak

Plants don't have to report contamination

Peanut plant problem forces fresh recall

"Filthy, Putrid" Substance On Peanuts

Georgia wants answers for PB contamination

Surgical Implants Coated With One Of 'Nature's Antibiotics' Could Prevent Infection

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