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Ethanol production in Minnesota and Iowa uses far less water overall than similar processes in states where water is less plentiful, a new University of Minnesota study shows.
U.S. doctors suggest the depression sometimes linked to a stay in the intensive care unit may be rooted in care issues.
As corn farmers in the US begin readying their crops, many critics claim that increased pressure to produce large portions of crops for biofuels is robbing the publicâ€™s water resources.
A study of insomnia patients suggests it is a persistent condition that is hard to shake.
About three-fourths of individuals with insomnia report experiencing the condition for at least one year and almost half experience it for three years, according to a report in the March 9 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals.
READING, England, February 26 /PRNewswire/ -- - Intranasal Apomorphine for the Treatment of Motor Fluctuations in Advanced Parkinson's Disease - Intranasal Diazepam for the Treatment of Acute Repetitive Seizures in Epilepsy - Phase II Trials on Both Projects to be Initiated During 2009 Archimedes Pharma Limited, the pan-European specialty pharmaceutical company, today announces positive headline data from its recently completed proof-of-concept trials for two of its...
According to a Dutch study published on Sunday, a widely available blood pressure pill could one day help people erase bad memories, possibly treating some anxiety disorders and phobias.
Nearly every patient who receives care in the intensive care unit (ICU) requires sedation. But, as researchers have discovered, not all sedation medications are equal.
Results Show Successful Clinical Validation of Pharmacodynamic Effect REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Jan.
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