Thursday, February 12, 2009

More Cancer Breakthroughs and More for Thursday, February 12, 2009

Scientists map Neanderthal genome; may reveal human link

Gene explosion set humans, great apes apart

Deducing Diet Of Prehistoric Hominid With Math

Australopithecus africanus

Fishermen in 'dolphin rescue' off Philippines coast

Jaguar Spotted In Central Mexico For First Time In 100 Years

Panthera onca

Long-term Recovery Of Reefs From Bleaching Requires Local Action To Increase Resilience

Pubic Hair Provides Evolutionary Home For Gorilla Lice

Why Fruits Ripen And Flowers Die

France defends GM ban after report says safe in food

Discovery Fleshes Out Metabolism Of Key Environmental And Energy Bacteria

On The Origin Of Subspecies
Peanut butter could be labeled high-risk food

Salmonella found at Ga. plant as early as 2006

Lax Regulation In Peanut Factories

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Owner of peanut company in U.S. salmonella outbreak refuses to testify

Peanut executives take the Fifth


From Floor to Mouth: Sickening Peanut Info

Arachis hypogaea

Victim: PCA has blood on hands


Compounds Could Be New Class Of Cancer Drugs

Exercise 'cuts colon cancer risk'

Study finds hidden phosphorous in fast food

Paying smokers to quit may boost success rate

Novel Benefits Of Fatty Acids In Arteries Shown

Arginine Discovery Could Help Fight Human Obesity


Butt-Boosting Jabs Send Women to Hospital

Why Sleep Is Needed To Form Memories

High Level Of Adverse Drug Reactions In Hospitals Found

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