Archive: 09/8/2009

U.S. races to get millions of swine flu doses ready

In a contest that pits human against virus, the U.S. government is evaluating the safety and effectiveness of swine flu vaccine in hopes of having millions of doses ready for use before the next wave of the pandemic H1N1 ...

Sep 08, 2009
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Face processing slows with age

Identifying a face can be difficult when that face is shown for only a fraction of a second. However, young adults have a marked advantage over elderly people in these conditions. Researchers writing in the open access journal ...

Sep 08, 2009
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Casting out devils: How salmonella kills tumors

Salmonella are regarded as bad guys. Hardly a summer passes without severe salmonella infections via raw egg dishes or chicken that find their way into the media. But salmonella not only harm us -- in the future they may ...

Sep 08, 2009
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NTSB restricts employee cell-phone use

(AP) -- The federal safety agency that investigates transportation accidents is banning texting and talking on cell phones by its employees while driving on government business.

Sep 08, 2009
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