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April 19, 2014Boys’ lacrosse: @SHBoysLacrosse wins in ‘Play for the As’ benefit game
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/19/14 Staff Report Tucker Carney had three goals and two assists and freshman Jack Borbee had the game-winner with one minute to play as host Strath Haven defeated Henderson, 11-9, tonight in the Second Annual “Play for the As” benefit game.
April 19, 2014Second deer at Marathon County hunting preserve found to have CWD
Once CWD infects deer, they have about 18 months to live. They'll look healthy until the final two months of life, at which point they lose weight, stagger and incessantly drool.
April 19, 2014Pork producer subsidiary to use compressed gas
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April 19, 2014USDA to require reporting of PEDv, SDCV
April 19, 2014Mega-raid nets 100 suspects and 85 weapons in Argentina
April 19, 2014GUYMON, Okla.: Pork producer subsidiary to use compressed gas | National Business
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April 19, 2014Sherpa deaths on Mount Everest hit close to home for San Diegans
SAN DIEGO - A massive avalanche killed at least 12 people Thursday in what some consider the worst-ever disaster on Mount Everest.
April 19, 2014Dopamine replacement therapy liked with decline in depressed Parkinson patients' cognitive function
A group of scientists from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine and the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging has found interesting new information in a study on depression and neuropsychological function in Parkinson's disease (PD).
April 19, 2014“Extreme Levels” Of Herbicide Roundup Found In Food
(Before It's News) Monsanto farmer – Wiki image Emily Cassidy Activist Post A new study led by scientists from the Arctic University of Norway has detected “extreme levels” of Roundup, the agricultural herbicide manufactured by Monsanto, in genetically engineered soy.
April 19, 2014Hawaii, a critical spot for modern US corn, becomes flash point in genetic engineering debate
April 19, 2014US delays Keystone XL pipeline decision
April 19, 2014Mayo Clinic researchers place ALS hope in stem cells
Seventy-five years after baseball player Lou Gehrig was diagnosed with ALS, Mayo Clinic researchers have begun a human study hoping to slow progression of the devastating ailment.
April 19, 2014We can’t depend on old fuels forever
In last Saturday’s op-ed column on energy efficiency and construction of renewable electric-generation resources, State Rep.
April 18, 2014Report: Women face heightened risk of Alzheimer’s
Women face a 1 in 6 chance of developing Alzheimer’s disease at 65, a much greater risk than men, according to an annual report by the Alzheimer’s Association.
April 18, 2014Comparison of the Properties of Cellulose Nanocrystals and Cellulose Nanofibrils
This work describes the measurement and comparison of several important properties of native cellulose nanocrystals (CNCs) and cellulose nanofibrils (CNFs), such as crystallinity, morphology, aspect ratio, and surface chemistry.
April 18, 2014Green economy needs tax incentives, conference told
April 18, 2014Treating Depression in Parkinson Patients
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April 18, 2014Roads slushy and slippery from spring snow
April 18, 2014US scientists make embryonic stem cells from adult skin
Washington (AFP) - For the first time, US researchers have cloned embryonic stem cells from adult cells, a breakthrough on the path towards helping doctors treat a host of diseases.
April 18, 2014Cellulose nanocrystals and related nanocomposites: Review of some properties and
ABSTRACT Cellulosic nanoparticles with high Young's modulus, crystallinity, specific surface area, and aspect ratio can be found in the natural structure of plant fibers.
April 18, 2014Instant Index: Glen Campbell Moved to Alzheimer’s Facility
From the unconventional and awe-inspiring to the hilarious and heartwarming, here’s a look at some of the most interesting photos, videos and stories that have our newsroom talking today.
April 18, 2014Ferry presents research project at conference
An Edwardsville native presented his undergraduate research project during the National Conference on Undergraduate Research April 3-5 in Lexington, Ky.
April 18, 2014ScienceShot: New Stem Cells a Genetic Match for Adults
Replacement tissue that avoids rejection by a patient's immune system is a step closer to the clinic, as researchers have created human embryonic stem cells carrying the DNA of specific adults.
April 18, 2014Treating depression in PD patients: New research
LEXINGTON, Ky. (April 21, 2014) -- A group of scientists from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine and the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging has found interesting new information in a study on depression and neuropsychological function in Parkinson's disease (PD).
April 18, 2014USDA will require reporting of killer piglet virus PEDv
April 18, 2014USDA orders hog farms, labs to report infections from virus that has killed millions of pigs
April 18, 2014Senior Iranian cleric: Iran will not close down nuclear facilities
(Before It's News) Senior Iranian cleric: Iran will not close down nuclear facilities PRESSTV Fri Apr 18, 2014 12:27PM GMT http://presstv.
April 18, 2014Scientists predict modern society collapse
Using research tools developed for another NASA activity, some researchers have published a report on the current civilization's doom.
April 18, 2014Ancient DNA Offers Clues To How Barnyard Chickens Came To Be
April 18, 2014That's snow biz — weather of the white variety makes a brief return in and around Calgary
April 18, 2014Apathy in Older Adults May Signal Brain Problems
For some elderly people, apathy may signal that the brain is shrinking a bit faster than normal, a new study suggests.
April 18, 2014Missing SF woman found safe
An elderly woman with Alzheimer's disease reported missing in San Francisco on Thursday was found safe Friday morning, police said.
April 18, 2014Seaboard Foods, Guymon-based subsidiary embracing CNG [The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City :: ]
April 18--GUYMON -- Pork producer Seaboard Foods isn't wasting much time in its push to bring sustainability to its operations.
April 18, 2014AltaLink transmission line construction leaves biologist frustrated 0
April 18, 2014USDA orders farms to report pig virus infections
April 18, 2014GMO tobacco plants show potential for ethanol production
Researchers at the NUP/UPNA-Public University of Navarre and the IdAB-Institute of Agrobiotechnology have conducted a study into genetically modified tobacco plants from which it is possible to produce between 20 and 40 percent more ethanol; this would increase their viability as a raw material for
April 18, 2014University of Kentucky Research on Depression and Parkinson's Disease Published in Psychiatry Research
Newswise — LEXINGTON, Ky. (April 21, 2014) -- A group of scientists from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine and the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging has found interesting new information in a study on depression and neuropsychological function in Parkinson's disease (PD).
April 18, 2014Forest thinning in Ariz. could benefit environment, economy
A recent report finds that forest thinning could improve the health of Arizona’s forests while strengthening rural economies.
April 18, 2014Is Parkinson's an autoimmune disease?
April 18, 2014Williamston police: Woman with Alzheimer's unsure how $10,000 diamond ring turned up missing
A Williamston woman who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease wasn’t sure what happened after her $10,000 diamond ring turned up missing.

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