Monday, June 22, 2009

Revised/Updated Monday, June 22, 2009 from Sunday, June 21, 2009

Nestlé recalls cookie dough products

Nestle Toll House Refrigerated Cookie Dough Voluntary Recall

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

U.S. Food and Drug Administration

New Vaccination Strategy May Protect Against Both Lethal 1918 And H5N1 Influenza Viruses

1918 Flu Pandemic


Cancer In Humans: Cost Of Being Smarter?


Humans More Related To Orangutans Than Chimps, Study Suggests

Homo sapiens



Whaling talks target compromise

Mekong dolphins almost extinct, WWF says

Orcaella brevirostris

Orcaella brevirostris (EOL Link)

Orcaella brevirostris (IUCN Red List – Vulnerable)

Mammoths survived late in Britain


Polar Bear And Walrus Populations In Trouble

Ursus maritimus

Ursus maritimus (IUCN Red List – Vulnerable)

Ursus maritimus (EOL Link)


Highland park unveils tiger cubs

Panthera tigris altaica

Panthera tigris altaica (EOL Link)

Fox cubs make public debut


Vulpes zerda

Vulpes zerda (EOL Link)

Canadian seal hunt 'collapsing'

Red panda has rare set of triplets

Ailurus fulgens

Ailurus fulgens (EOL Link)

Ailurus fulgens (IUCN Red List – Vulnerable)

Streetlights ruin a bat's commute, a study shows


Rats play odds in gambling task


Squirrel nuts over builder friend


Severely Memory-deficit Mutant Mouse Created


'Weedy' Bird Species May Win As Temperatures Rise

Antibiotics-resistant Gulls Worry Scientists

Boy Or Girl? In Lizards, Egg Size Matters

Dinosaurs May Have Been Smaller Than Previously Thought


New dino gives bird wing clue

Limusaurus inextricabilis

Thai Navy Helps Turtles


Banning Certain Fishing Gear Can Help Save Reefs From Climate Change

Caribbean Coral Reefs Flattened

Great whites 'plan' seal attacks

Carcharodon carcharias

Carcharodon carcharias (FishBase Link)

Carcharodon carcharias (IUCN Red List)

Carcharodon carcharias (EOL Link)

Deadly Parasite Could Endanger Salmon And Trout Populations In U.K.

Sphaerothecum destruens

Ancient crustaceans produced enormous sperm, scientists find


Insects' Sex Scents Can Save Lives

Rhodnius prolixus

Triatoma brasliensis

Chagas disease

Scientists Show Bacteria Can 'Learn' And Plan Ahead

Hysterectomies a stem cell source


Stem cell

The plant that pretends to be ill

Caladium steudneriifolium

Plants Engage In Self-recognition?

Artemisia tridentata

Canada to ban some chemicals in toys, vinyl bibs


Reproductive Health Effects Found From Low Doses Of Bisphenol-A


Certain Zinc-based Cold Remedies Linked To Loss Of Sense Of Smell, FDA Says

Punching Holes Into Herpes Viruses


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