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April 12, 2013
Mark Miller
Retirement and Health Care: Bad Rx You and your clients are likely underestimating how much will be spent on health care during retirement. Here's how to predict the costs. mark for My Articles 367 similar articles
April 29, 2013
Chris Aung-Thwin
Intermittent Fasting Study There's been a lot of debate over the benefits of intermittent fasting. Some health experts swear by it, while others are wary of the actual results. mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 29, 2013
Michael Parkin
Food safety test for harmful dye It may soon be easier to protect consumers from dangerous condiments thanks to an electrochemical method developed by Chinese scientists that can spot the toxic azo dye, Orange II. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 23, 2013
David Bradley
A sweet switch for an ageing heart Studies revealing how the protein elastin -- found in heart tissue and blood vessels -- responds electrically to glucose could offer new clues to problems that arise as we get older, including loss of elasticity in major blood vessels and arteriosclerosis. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 22, 2013
Rebecca Brodie
Quicker checks for safer water Scientists in the Netherlands have developed and tested a new method that uses Raman spectroscopy to quickly identify harmful bacteria in drinking water. mark for My Articles 67 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 17, 2013
Mark Peplow
Sanofi launches malaria drug production On 11 April, the Paris-based pharmaceutical company Sanofi officially launched a new production facility in Garessio, Italy, to make artemisinin -- the precursor to artemisinin-based combination therapies, the most effective drugs against the deadliest malaria parasite. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 15, 2013
Phillip Broadwith
Polymer lubricant may stave off knee surgery A synthetic polymer could make a better replacement lubricant for joint cartilage in people with arthritis, US researchers claim. The polymer is not broken down in the body like currently used replacement lubricants. mark for My Articles 85 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 10, 2013
Hayley Birch
Yeast to make malaria drug on demand A natural biochemical pathway that produces the antimalarial drug artemisinin in the sweet wormwood plant has been fully reconstructed in yeast. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
Food Processing
April 2013
Harris Bixler
Refuting Myths About Carrageenan Recent resurrection of a link between carrageenan and poligeenan (and the latter's connection to cancer) are unfounded. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 9, 2013
Rebecca Trager
Chinese scientist arrested for attempted research theft Hua Jun Zhao is alleged to have used his position as an assistant researcher at the Medical College of Wisconsin to illegally acquire patented cancer research, and to pass it to Zhejiang University in China. Other Chinese scientists have also been involved in research theft. mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
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