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Raise your pH and save your life!

There are many people who endure surgery, dozens of chemo and radiation treatments, only to be told that their cancer is unaffected or that it has returned. How many of them are ever told about alternative non-toxic remedies, many of which have saved countless lives? Has your physician given you any(Added: Fri Jun 23 2006)

Raise your pH and kill your cancer!

There are many people who endure surgery, dozens of chemo and radiation treatments, only to be told that their cancer is unaffected or that it has returned. How many of them are ever told about alternative non-toxic remedies, many of which have saved countless lives? Has your physician given you any(Added: Fri Jun 23 2006)

Blasting ovarian cancers

There are many people who endure surgery, dozens of chemo and radiation treatments, only to be told that their cancer is unaffected or that it has returned. How many of them are ever told about alternative non-toxic remedies, many of which have saved countless lives? Has your physician given you any(Added: Thu Jun 22 2006)

Reversing late stage cancers popular

For those battling a particularly aggressive cancer, or perhaps already been told they are incurable, Deanna K. Loftis, RN, BBA - has authored a new book - PAINLESS CANCER CURES - for all the treatments available that are non-toxic to the body's immune system. This book is 728 pages of preventions (Added: Tue Jun 20 2006)

Glioblastoma multiforme - outliving it! popular

For those battling a particularly aggressive cancer such as glioblastoma multiforme, or perhaps already been told they are incurable, Deanna K. Loftis, RN, BBA - has authored a new book - PAINLESS CANCER CURES - for all the treatments available that are non-toxic to the body's immune system. This bo(Added: Tue Jun 20 2006)

Nature Publishing Group announces NPG/GRC Awards popular

PRESS RELEASE FROM NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP 20 June 2006 Embargo: for immediate release Contact: Linda Miller +1 212 726 9206 Nature Publishing Group announces NPG/GRC Awards Nature Publishing Group (NPG) supports the broadest possible participation of qualified scientists in scientific c(Added: Tue Jun 20 2006)

Huntsman helps Kelvin Hughes steer navigation technology

Whether it’s busy shipping lanes or poor visibility you are trying to navigate, Araldite® adhesives from Huntsman Advanced Materials are now assisting the revolutionary radar systems reliably steering you towards safer waters. Kelvin Hughes has led the marine industry with its innovative products(Added: Tue Jun 20 2006)

Si à l'opposé de Proust, Freud cherche un éclairage de l'inconscient démêlant popular

Notre "UNE" Si à l'opposé de Proust, Freud cherche un éclairage de l'inconscient démêlant sa toile tramée de transpositions et de substitutions, Kafka sombre également dans d'inquiétudes pensées sorte de viscosité menant en ce territoire ténébreux là où la Raison n'impose point sa méditation. (Added: Thu Jun 15 2006)

Scitizen, the First Open Science News Source, Is Launched Today!

Scientific journalism is thriving. The public has developed a strong appetite for science, which most scientists consider good news. However, the long scientific process (peer-reviewed literature, monthly popular magazines) makes it difficult for scientists to contribute to discussion in the short t(Added: Wed Jun 14 2006)

Awards to Leaders in Private Space Travel Industry by Eileen Borgeson popular

At the historic May 4th ORBIT Awards ceremony event, leaders in the emerging space tourism industry received special award sculptures designed by the world-recognized artist Eileen Borgeson in collaboration with holography pioneer, Jeff Allen. The ORBIT Awards ceremony was presented by the Space T(Added: Sun Jun 11 2006)

Nature focuses on peer review popular

PRESS RELEASE FROM NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP 9 June 2006 Embargo: for immediate release Contact: Ruth Francis Senior Press Officer, Nature T: +44 (0)20 7843 4562 Nature focuses on peer review Two new initiatives launched by Nature this week are set to explore a bedrock of scientific pub(Added: Fri Jun 09 2006)

Euroscicon – where science comes out of the lab popular

It’s not often acknowledged but academia needs business to fund and apply its work, and business needs to keep in touch with academia to stay profitable and at the cutting edge. Euroscicon (European Scientific Conferences) is an organisation that prides itself on regularly bringing the two together (Added: Tue Jun 06 2006)

The revolutionary disposable disperser from IKA popular

IKA® ULTRA-TURRAX® Tube drive

The revolutionary disposable disperser / homogenizer World first: Universal Disposable Disperser System with hermetically sealable disposable sample tubes. Protection and security for: Infectious sample materials, toxic substances, high-odour subst(Added: Tue Jun 06 2006)

Silver Princess blooms for the first time in the UK in Tom Hart Dyke's Castle Garden popular

Silver Princess Eucalyptus Caesia sub sp Magna flowers for the first time in the UK in Tom Hart Dyke’s ‘World Garden of Plants’ in the grounds of his ancestral home Lullingstone Castle, Kent It’s another first for BBC TV gonzo gardener and intrepid plant hunter Tom Hart Dyke as he proudly unvei(Added: Sat Jun 03 2006)

Nature archive reaches 1950, and keeps going back… popular

PRESS RELEASE FROM NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP 2 June 2006 Embargo: for immediate release Contact: Laura Brown +1 212 726 9204 Nature archive reaches 1950, and keeps going back… Nature Publishing Group announces the online publication of the Nature archive back to January 1950. In addition,(Added: Fri Jun 02 2006)

Macrosoft releases results of survey on utilities� restoration practices popular

Macrosoft releases results of survey on utilities� restoration practices Develops a unique software tool to efficiently manage resources during large scale outages Parsippany, NJ �Macrosoft Inc., a software development and technology services organization released the results of a survey it (Added: Wed May 31 2006)

Hope for hepatitis sufferers

For those fighting hepatitis who have been given little hope for survival, there are many non-toxic alternatives for this deadly disease. Author Deanna Loftis, RN, BBA, reminds her readers that there are many natural non-toxic ways to fight this disease as well as cancer. Deanna has authored a new b(Added: Wed May 31 2006)

Elimate esophageal cancers sensibly popular

For those fighting esophageal cancers, who have been given chemo and radiation regimens as their only hope for survival, there are many non-toxic alternatives for this deadly disease. Author Deanna Loftis, RN, BBA, reminds her readers that chemo and radiation both suppress the body's immune system. (Added: Tue May 30 2006)

Terminating neuroblastomas sensibly popular

For those fighting neuroblastomas, who have been given chemo and/or radiation regimens as their only hope for survival, there are many non-toxic alternatives for this deadly disease. Author Deanna Loftis, RN, BBA, reminds her readers that chemo and radiation both suppress the body's immune system. (Added: Tue May 30 2006)

Eliminating deadly leukemias popular

For those fighting deadly leukemias, who have been given chemo and radiation regimens as their only hope for survival, or perhaps they are still facing a bone marrow transplant, there are many non-toxic alternatives for this deadly disease. Author Deanna Loftis, RN, BBA, reminds her readers that che(Added: Tue May 30 2006)

Stellar announces release of Data Care Suite - A three unique layer of defense against data loss. popular

May 24, 2006 Stellar announces release of Data Care Suite - A three unique layer of defense against data loss. Stellar Information Systems Ltd. today announced the release of Data Care Suite, a rare combination of applications that gives you triple protection with three unique layer of defe(Added: Wed May 24 2006)

MD BIOSCIENCES LAUNCHES NEUROLOGY DISCOVERY SERVICES popular

MD Biosciences adds in vivo models for Alzheimer�s and Pain with the launch of its Neurology Discovery Services located in Israel. Herzelia-Pituah, Israel, May 24, 2006 � MD Biosciences, a global biotechnology company focused in inflammations research, announced today that it has expanded its(Added: Mon May 22 2006)

MVS Solutions President Selected as Primary Mentor in NIST ATP Entrepreneur Training and Commerciali popular

(MALDEN, MA) May 16, 2006- Dr. Louis M. Scarmoutzos, President & Founder of MVS Solutions, Inc., has been selected as a Primary Mentor in the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Entrepreneur Training and Commercialization Program for its Advanced Technology Program (ATP). This nati(Added: Tue May 16 2006)

The First Book on Beta Algebra popular

Mathematician Algirdas Javtokas publishes the first book about beta algebra. The first book on beta algebra subject will be published in 2006 May by BookSurge Publishing. The text layout is very unusual for a mathematicians’ eyes, but the author of a book Algirdas Javtokas replied that he wanted (Added: Sat May 13 2006)

Are you the next David Attenborough? popular

---BEGINS--- Are you the next David Attenborough? Do you want to work in wildlife media? And study in the beautiful seaside town of Newquay? Cornwall College Newquay has the course for you: a Foundation Degree in Wildlife Education & Media. The Content The course covers a range of(Added: Wed May 10 2006)

NEW WEB PORTAL FOR ENGINEERS FROM EMERALD popular

Emerald Group Publishing is launching a new web portal. The Emerald Engineering web portal is an online, comprehensive and focused information resource for engineers: http://engineering.emeraldinsight.com. To celebrate the new service, Emerald is offering free access to the full content until Septe(Added: Wed May 10 2006)

Book: Why the West is not the Best - 10 Superiority MYTHS popular

From Psychology to Mass Media, from Linguistics to Architecture, these are the 10 reasons why the West thinks it´s better than the rest. Is Stephen Hawking wrong about the universe´s space expansion ? Does Noam Chomsky really studies Language...? Why has official science chosen Freud instead (Added: Mon May 08 2006)

Toronto’s CN Tower Structurally Unsafe

Toronto’s famous CN tower is the world’s tallest freestanding structure. However, a recent inspection conducted last week shows that the tower is structurally unsafe. The inspector, who wishes to remain anonymous, claims that the “main support beams are reduced by half in thickness due to the rust.”(Added: Sat May 06 2006)

Nature Publishing Group announces launch of Neuroscience Gateway popular

PRESS RELEASE FROM NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP 4 May 2006 Embargo: for immediate release Contact: Adam Rutherford +44 (0)20 7843 4588 Nature Publishing Group announces launch of Neuroscience Gateway Nature Publishing Group (NPG) and the Allen Institute for Brain Science are delighted to anno(Added: Thu May 04 2006)

ASK-IT International Conference - “Mobility for all-The use of Ambient Intelligence in addressing th popular

Athens, Greece, May 2, 2006 -- The ASK-IT International conference marks the two year point of this EU research funded project and the conference will provide the opportunity to take stock of the progress made in ASK-IT so far. It will also provide a unique occasion for different stakeholders, wheth(Added: Tue May 02 2006)
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