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Chinese herb relieves daily asthma symptoms

Press TV A traditional Chinese herbal remedy may be significantly helpful in relieving daily symptoms of asthmatic patients, Japanese researchers say. A study of more than 270 patients with asthma who either received a Chances mixture or standard treatment demonstrated … Continue reading

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Leaked document reveals Rio+20 sustainable development goals

John Vidal The Guardian Countries will be asked this summer to sign up for 10 new sustainable development goals for the planet and promise to build green economies at the first earth summit in 20 years. According to a leak … Continue reading

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World’s Scariest Drug (Documentary Exclusive)

Ryan Duffy VBC.TV VICE’s Ryan Duffy went to Colombia to check out a strange and powerful drug called Scopolamine, also known as “The Devil’s Breath.” It’s a substance so intense that it renders a person incapable of exercising free will. … Continue reading

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FAO/WHO Expert meeting on the application of nanotechnologies in the food and agriculture sectors: potential food safety implications – Meeting report

FAO & WHO Governments, industry and science have identified the potential of nanotechnology in the food and agriculture sectors and are investing significantly in its application to food production. However, owing to limited knowledge of the effects of these applications on … Continue reading

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Danish GMO plans threatened by divisions in Council

Ed Bray Europolitics Continued opposition from a number of member states, including France and Germany, to changes to rules on the cultivation of genetically modified (GM) crops could force the Danish EU Presidency to abandon its efforts to reach a … Continue reading

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New twist in antimatter mystery

Paul Rincon BBC News Physicists have taken a step forward in their efforts to understand why the Universe is dominated by matter, and not its shadowy opposite antimatter. A US experiment has confirmed previous findings that hinted at new phenomena … Continue reading

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Wanted: scientific integrity on GMOs

Marcia Ishii-Eiteman Panna As reported in this week’s UK Guardian, Nina Federoff spoke about threats to science at a meeting of 8,000 professional scientists. The former Bush Administration official and GMO proponentdescribed her “profound depression” at how difficult it is … Continue reading

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Lab-grown meat is first step to artificial hamburger

Pallab Ghosh BBC News Dutch scientists have used stem cells to create strips of muscle tissue with the aim of producing the first lab-grown hamburger later this year. The aim of the research is to develop a more efficient way … Continue reading

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Podcast: Saving Endangered Languages

Kerry Klein Science Now How can speakers of endangered languages protect their mother tongues from dying? And does modern technology help preserve disappearing speech? Science’s Kerry Klein speaks with Meg Noori and David Harrison about their attempts to protect endangered … Continue reading

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‘No critics’ to attend NHS meeting

BBC News Some of the fiercest critics of the planned NHS reforms in England say they have not been invited to a meeting about the changes with David Cameron. The British Medical Association and the Royal College of Nursing, which … Continue reading

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