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To Attend American Society of Bariatric Physicians Biannual Meeting, March 12-16 MIAMI, March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Eric C.
MATTHEWS, N.C., Feb.
Major new precision medicine initiative takes root in Singapore SINGAPORE and LOS ANGELES, Feb. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ImaginAb, Inc.
Today, Madagascar sucker-footed bats live nowhere outside their island home, but new research shows that hasn't always been the case.
The strength of a lemur couple's bond is reflected by the similarity of their scents.
Children around the world who grow up in dangerous neighborhoods exhibit more aggressive behavior.
In 1859 an Australian farmer named Thomas Austin released 24 grey rabbits from Europe into the wild because it "could do little harm and might provide a touch of home, in addition to a spot of hunting." By the end of the century, the rabbits had begun to overrun native ecosystems, reaching nationwide numbers of 600 million by 1950.
According to a new study, there are nearly 6,000 natural gas leaks under the streets of Washington, DC.
Researchers from Duke University have come up with a method of wirelessly charging electrical devices using low-frequency magnetic fields, according to a study appearing in Friday’s edition of the journal Nature Scientific Reports.
Gannotta joins Northwestern Medicine® after seven years with Duke Raleigh Hospital CHICAGO, Jan.
- The practice of two or more parties jointly purchasing all or part of a butchered cow and dividing the meat between them.