Archive: 08/2/2007

Native fruits bear sweet antioxidants

Twelve native Australian fruits that are exceptional sources of antioxidants have been identified in research published in the journal Innovative Food Science & Emerging Technologies.

Aug 02, 2007
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Chemical imaging: potential new crime busting tool

A new fingerprinting technique could potentially detect the diet, race and sex of a suspected criminal, according to new research published in the August edition of the journal Analytical Chemistry.

Aug 02, 2007
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Does this child have appendicitis? Watch out for key signs

A 5-year-old with abdominal pain, nausea and fever may have appendicitis or any of a number of other problems. But how does the child’s doctor decide whether to schedule an emergency appendectomy to surgically remove a ...

Aug 02, 2007
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Britain may allow more savior siblings

British couples may be allowed to use in vitro fertilization to select embryos that are a genetic match to siblings with non-fatal illnesses.

Aug 02, 2007
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Rare butterfly recovers in California

The rare El Segundo blue butterfly, once thought to be nearly extinct, is making a comeback in southern California and hanging out at the beach.

Aug 02, 2007
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