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2014-04-23 23:16:50

Pollination typically begins in late February, but since the cold weather has lasted well into April, spring is starting nearly two months late in most parts of the United States. While a late spring generally results in a shorter allergy season, doctors warn pollen could hit in one heavy dose this year. Schenectady, NY (PRWEB) April 23, 2014 The nation's top allergists are warning that 2014 is likely to be the worst allergy season ever thanks to unusual weather patterns and...

2014-02-27 19:03:58

Beating cancer is all about early detection, and new research from the University of South Carolina is another step forward in catching the disease early. A team of chemists is reporting a new way to detect just a few lurking tumor cells, which can be outnumbered a billion to one in the bloodstream by healthy cells. The researchers have constructed an ultrasensitive nanoprobe that can electrochemically sense as few as four circulating tumor cells, and it doesn’t require any enzymes to...

2011-03-08 12:58:00

ATLANTA, March 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Parry Gripp, popular singer-songwriter well known for his original YouTube video jingles, is bringing his infectious music to Arby's. In celebration of Arby's new advertising campaign, Arby's. It's Good Mood Food.(TM), Gripp has released a brand new video and theme song called, "Do You Like Roast Beef," which can be viewed at http://youtu.be/S9wxHEUrP74. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110308/NY61283-a ) (Logo:...

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2010-07-20 08:41:35

In the battle against soil fungi that discolor horseradish roots and can render the entire crop unsellable, University of Illinois researcher Mohammad Babadoost found that subjecting the roots to hot water before planting was most effective in killing the pathogen in propagative root stocks. The final recipe: submerge in water heated to 47 degrees Centigrade for 20 minutes. Babadoost was looking for a reliable, non-chemical method to control Verticillium and Fusarium "“ soil-borne fungi...

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2009-09-01 12:15:00

Like most invasive plants introduced to the U.S. from Europe and other places, garlic mustard first found it easy to dominate the natives. A new study indicates that eventually, however, its primary weapon "“ a fungus-killing toxin injected into the soil "“ becomes less potent.The study, in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, is one of the first to show that evolutionary forces can alter the very attributes that give an invasive plant its advantage. In fact, the study...

2009-07-02 11:30:00

NEW YORK, July 2 /PRNewswire/ -- This special member of the mustard family is rooted in a rich history of turning all kinds of foods into very special treats. Here's more on celebrating horseradish all month long.   Listen to this report from the Horseradish Information Council at: http://inr.mediaseed.tv/oneClip_C/?feed=Ph92ImJIvh44wsBgeBYXuzFvUMLr7iEx   Registered journalists can access video, audio, text, graphics and photos for free and unrestricted use at...

2008-07-17 00:00:20

By Linda Gassenheimer Here's a cool, fresh berry and steak salad for warm summer evenings. It's a one-dish meal that can be ready in less than 15 minutes. Berries are at the height of their season. They add sweetness to the tangy dressing of Dijon mustard- and horseradish-spiked mayonnaise thinned with a little water. Steak goes well with the horseradish in the sauce, but for an even quicker dinner, substitute cooked chicken, shrimp or deli roast beef. This meal contains 573 calories...

2008-07-14 09:00:36

Here's a cool, fresh berry and steak salad for warm summer evenings. It's a one-dish meal that can be ready in less than 15 minutes. Berries are at the height of their season. They add sweetness to the tangy dressing of Dijon mustard- and horseradish-spiked mayonnaise thinned with a little water. Steak goes well with the horseradish in the sauce, but for an even quicker dinner, substitute cooked chicken, shrimp or deli roast beef. This meal contains 573 calories per serving with 34...


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