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Research Finds Cranberries are an Effective Approach to Help Reduce Antibiotic Use
Business Wire IndiaAn international team of scientists presented new evidence showing how cranberries are poised to be a compelling tool to help reduce antibiotic resistance and oxidative stress.

Curb Energy Consumption
(Family Features) Water heaters are energy intensive appliances. In fact, they are the second largest energy user in the home, and as they age, they become less efficient, requiring even more energy.

AntriaBio Announces Promising Preclinical Results for Once-Weekly Basal Insulin AB101
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Teq Announces "SOLE" Session in New York City With 20 Eighth Grade Students
An innovative 21st century approach to learning, gaining traction globally and recognized at last year's prestigious TED conference, is coming to New York City on Oct. 9th

Vegalab President David Selakovic Points Out Health Effects of Organic Farming
A recent study conducted by Newcastle University took a closer look on the impact organically grown crops have on human health compared to conventional crops. According to the study results, the health benefits of organic produce are considerable in that their antioxidant levels are much higher than those of conventional crops, while the pesticide levels are significantly lower

AntriaBio Appoints C. Ronald Kahn, M.D. to Its Scientific Advisory Board
AntriaBio, Inc. (OTCQB: ANTB), a biopharmaceutical corporation focused on developing novel therapeutics to treat patients with diabetes and metabolic diseases, announced the appointment of C. Ronald Kahn, M.D. to its Scientific Advisory Board (SAB).

European Medicines Agency Validates Santhera's Marketing Authorization Application for Raxone® in Leber's Hereditary Optic Neuropathy
Santhera Pharmaceuticals Holding AG /European Medicines Agency Validates Santhera's Marketing Authorization Application for Raxone® in Leber's Hereditary Optic Neuropathy . Processed and transmitted by NASDAQ OMX Corporate Solutions.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

AntriaBio Announces Formation of Scientific Advisory Board
AntriaBio, Inc. (OTCQB: ANTB), a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing novel therapeutics to treat patients with diabetes and metabolic disease, announced today the formation of its Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) with five key appointments: Fredric B. Kraemer, M.D., Philip Home, M.A., D.Phil., D.M., F.R.C.P., Jerrold Olefsky, M.D., Andrew R. Hoffman, M.D., and Hoyoung Huh, M.D., Ph.D

Stillwater Mining Company Announces Appointment of Michael McMullen as Chief Executive Officer
Stillwater Mining Company (NYSE: SWC) (TSX: SWC.U), a leading producer of platinum group metals (PGM's), today announced the appointment of Michael (Mick) McMullen as Chief Executive Officer. Mr. McMullen serves on the Company's Board of Directors and will continue to do so in addition to his duties as Chief Executive Officer. Mr

Senani Is Feeling 'Free' -- Living in Australia but Making Inroads in the US via Extended Stays in Nashville and Austin, the Indie Pop/R&B Vocalist Adds Exotic Elements From Her Sri Lankan Roots to Her Latest Single 'Free' as She Releases Her Highly-Anticipated Full-Length Debut 'Infinity'
A rising R&B/pop singer in Australia currently making her first inroads in the U.S., Senani (www.senani.com) engages in a beautiful fantasy in the colorful video for her infectious new single "Free" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xS9OcoJmU_0).

Crystal Fighters Unveil New Track, "Wave"; Acclaimed British/Basque Band's New Album "Cave Rave" Arrives Stateside May 28th; North American Tour Kicks Off June 1st
Atlantic recording group Crystal Fighters have just unveiled a second track from their much anticipated forthcoming album, Cave Rave, which arrives stateside Tuesday, May 28th (see below for tracklisting). The euphoric summer anthem "Wave" was played for the first time yesterday by Zane Lowe on BBC's Radio 1. Listen to "Wave" here: http://youtu.be/C8VK28eCuQ0.

eSilicon Elevates Rob Cadman to Vice President of Sales, North America and EMEA
eSilicon Corporation, the largest independent semiconductor design and manufacturing services provider, today announced the promotion of Rob Cadman to vice president, sales, North America and EMEA.

Neo Technology and O'Reilly Media Unveil 'Graph Databases' Book
Neo Technology, creators of Neo4j, the world's leading graph database, today announced the release of "Graph Databases," the authoritative book on graph databases. Written by Ian Robinson, Jim Webber and Emil Eifrem, the book is a practical guide to graph database technology with rich detail drawn from real-world experience of implementing the technology

Crystal Fighters Ready "Cave Rave"
Crystal Fighters have announced the release of their much anticipated sophomore album. Cave Rave officially arrives on these shores May 28th via Atlantic Records. Listen to "Seperator," the first new track from Cave Rave: https://soundcloud.com/crystalfighters/separator.

SustainX Hires Stephen Brown as Vice President of Engineering
SustainX, Inc., developer of an industry-leading, transformative technology for utility-scale bulk energy storage using compressed air, announced that it has hired Stephen Brown as Vice President of Engineering. Brown has nearly two decades of experience leading development, delivery and servicing of world-class advanced technology products

Nina Skorupska Appointed Member of Supervisory Board DNV KEMA
Nina Skorupska (50) has been appointed member of the Supervisory Board of DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability. Skorupska holds the position of Chief Technology Officer, and member of the Executive Board, of Essent.

Scientists from Singapore Immunological Network Discover Dendritic Cells Key to Activating Human Immune Responses
Scientists at A*STAR's Singapore Immunology Network (SIgN), in collaboration with Newcastle University, UK, the Singapore Institute of Clinical Sciences and clinicians from multiple hospitals in Singapore, have identified a new subset of dendritic cells (DCs) in human peripheral tissue which have a critical role in activating our immune response against harmful pathogens

Tecan appoints Dr David Martyr new Chief Executive Officer
The Tecan Group (SIX: TECN) today announced that the Board of Directors has appointed Dr DavidMartyras Chief Executive Officer of the Company. He will join the company as soonashis current contractual obligations permit, but no later than October 8,2012.As announced on October 7, 2011, the Board of Directors had initiated asuccession process for the top management position

Gene breakthrough gives new hope to millions of osteoarthritis sufferers
Scientists have discovered eight new genes that put people at risk of developing osteoarthritis, a crippling disease that affects eight million people.

How to make kids more active
Children are more active if their TV time is restricted or they are involved in school sports clubs, among other associations, according to a study.

Kids' brain cancer risk increases threefold after just two CT scans
Children who have two or three head CT scans have triple the risk of developing brain cancer, a new study has revealed.

Soon, hi-tech cars to aid older drivers in 'identifying safest route'
A team of researchers is developing new technology that is aimed at helping older drivers stay on the road.

'Living' micro robot could find diseases in humans
A new robot prototype is being developed that would function like a living creature, and could one day be used detect diseases in the human body.

'Granny gene' may be behind higher birthweight
Scientists have identified a gene variation that could add up to 155g to a child's birthweight.

Early 'see-sawing' Earth experienced hazy shades of life
Earth's early atmosphere fluctuated between 'organic haze' and a 'haze-free' environment similar to that of Saturn's moon, Titan, a new study has revealed.

Electricity-generating superbugs from space offer new source of power
Bacteria usually found 30km above the earth have been identified as extremely efficient generators of electricity.

Banning TV may make kids less active
Banning television actually makes children less active, researchers say.

Humour in men 'stems from aggression'
Humour in most men may develop from aggression and it all begins at puberty, researchers say.

Tomatoes may 'help keep skin young' and protect against sunburn
Ladies, no need to waste your money on buying expensive skin creams.

Now, computer game to aid recovery from stroke
Scientists at Newcastle University have designed a computer game to help stroke victims recuperate.

Womb environment may determine childhood obesity
Scientists have claimed that it is sometimes the environment in the womb of a mother that results in obesity.

Diabetes during pregnancy 'quadruples birth defects risk'
Diabetes during pregnancy increases the risk of birth defects, such as congenital heart disease and spina bifida, by four-fold, researchers say.

Law student guilty of flooding ex footballer Collymore with racist tweets spared jail
Joshua Cryer, a Law student, guilty of barraging former England striker Stan Collymore with racist tweets has been spared jail, and has been ordered to do carry out two-year community work.

Collymore sticking to Twitter despite 200 racist remarks per day
Former England footballer Stan Collymore refuses to quit using Twitter even though he receives up to 200 hate messages on the micro blogging site.

Parents and not willpower to be blamed for unhealthy eating habits!
It is not willpower but parents, who should be held responsible for poor eating habits of people, a new study has revealed.

Overweight dads make for overweight kids
Washington, November 18 (ANI): Children whose fathers are overweight are more likely to have weight troubles when they are older than other children of their age. Washington, November 18 (ANI): Children whose fathers are overweight are more likely to have weight troubles when they are older than other children of their age.

Contraceptive pill nearly halves women's ovarian cancer risk
Women who take the contraceptive pill for ten years almost halve their risk of being diagnosed with ovarian cancer, according to a new study.

Echo360 Announces Four Award Recipients of Annual $10,000 Research Program Grants
Echo360, the global leader in campus-wide blended learning and lecture capture solutions, today announced the recipients of the 2011-2012 Blended Learning Grants Program that awards $10,000 to universities committed to directly addressing the impact of lecture capture technology

Specops Software Announces Release of Specops Deploy 4.5
Specops Software, a global innovation leader in Active Directory and Group Policy-based Desktop and Password Management software, today announced the availability of the latest version of its flagship product, Specops Deploy.

Southampton Varsity's research proves aspirin reduces cancer rates in people with hereditary risk
Research has finally provided proof that taking a regular dose of aspirin reduces the long-term risk of cancer in people with a family history of the disease by around 60 per cent.

Largest bear that roamed Earth 5 million years ago had strongest bite of all
The largest bear that ever lived on the earth, the Agriotherium africanum, also had the strongest bite, a new study has found.

Daily aspirin can cut cancer risk by 60pc
A new study by British researchers has revealed that taking aspirin regularly can cut the long-term risk of cancer.

New drug improves vision in patients with inherited blindness
A Newcastle University study has found that an experimental drug improves the vision and perception of colour in patients with Leber's Hereditary Optic Neuropathy (LHON), an inherited blindness.

Father figures influence problematic behaviour in teen boys
Teenage boys with a father figure in their lives are less likely to engage in delinquent behaviour, a new study has found.

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