Wednesday, February 18, 2009

For Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Report: FDA scaled back enforcement at labs;_ylt=ArlDajD8_U5A5g516H6UA_us0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTFkYjFxcjk4BHBvcwMxNDAEc2VjA2FjY29yZGlvbl9oZWFsdGgEc2xrA3JlcG9ydGZkYXNjYQ--

Tiny 'Lab-on-a-chip' Detects Pollutants, Disease And Biological Weapons

Secrets Of Potential Bioterror Virus Uncovered

Rift Valley fever virus

AIDS becomes top infectious disease in China

Hospitals see big drop in staph superbugs

Engineers Create Intelligent Molecules That Seek And Destroy Diseased Cells

Fetal stem cells trigger tumors in ill boy

Engineer Develops Method To Combat Congenital Heart Disease In Children

Man's family finds kidney donor on Craigslist

Gene Linked To Aggressive Progression Of Liver Cancer Identified

Smoker's widow seeks $130 million US in damages

Fibromyalgia Pain Linked To Central Nervous System Dysfunction

Statistical Analysis Could Yield New Drug Target For Multiple Sclerosis

Working Toward Artificial Corneas

Does An Apple A Day Keeps Breast Cancer Away?

Robots Sense Emotions Of Children With Autism

Loneliness Affects How The Brain Operates

Multiracial Identity Associated With Better Social And Personal Well-being

Multilingualism Brings Communities Closer Together

Environmental Impact Of Building Construction Can Now Be Predicted

Climate curbs need 'people power'

Cancer-causing Toxins Linked To Unexploded Munitions In Oceans

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