Archive: 07/25/2006

Beekeepers Work Hard For The Honey

Van Morrison sang about it, Peter Fonda starred in a movie about it, and people from all over the world will pay top dollar just to get some of it. It's tupelo honey, a honey so distinct, light and smooth that people describe ...

dateJul 25, 2006 in Other
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Better ADHD screening is developed

U.S. researchers say they have improved screening techniques for Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder among substance users.

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How can identical twins be genetically different?

They sleep together, eat together, and most people find it impossible to tell them apart. Identical twins who grow up together share just about everything, including their genes. But sometimes only one twin will have health ...

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Radiation-killed bacteria vaccine created

U.S. scientists say vaccines made with bacteria killed by gamma irradiation, rather than by heat or chemical inactivation, may be more effective.

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Mississippi sues pharmaceutical company

Mississippi has filed a legal action against Eli Lilly and Co. alleging a plan to defraud the state of millions of dollars in Medicaid reimbursements.

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Mississippi sues pharmaceutical company

Mississippi has filed a legal action against Eli Lilly and Co. alleging a plan to defraud the state of millions of dollars in Medicaid reimbursements.

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Study: Barking causes stress in dogs

U.S. veterinary scientists say the overwhelming noise of barking at the nation's animal shelters causes problems for both shelter employees and the dogs.

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Danes warned not to eat beach mussels

Danish environmental experts are warning people about the danger of eating mussels collected on beaches or off the coast of Denmark.

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For FTC, e-commerce means managing 'mice'

Only on the Internet could a site hawking dancing hamster animations, accompanied by hamster-sung harmonies, be paid advertising royalties from corporate giants like Wal-Mart and American Express. But the future earning power ...

dateJul 25, 2006 in Internet
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