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Volcano Eruption Enabled Dinosaurs to Exit, Says Study

Volcano Eruption Enabled Dinosaurs to Exit, Says StudyAccording to a new study, new rock dating techniques have enabled the scientists to figure out the time in the history when half the world species were killed about 200 million years ago because of devastating volcano eruption. The study was published in journal science on Thursday.

Protect Wildlife Approved Proposal of Issuing Passport for Musical Instruments

Protect Wildlife Approved Proposal of Issuing Passport for Musical InstrumentsThe U. S. proposal that suggest the simplification of the international customs checking of the travelers that are travelling with the instruments that legally contain endangered wildlife products such as Brazilian rosewood or elephant ivory.

Amazon's Bezos Announces Success of Apollo 11

Amazon's Bezos Announces Success of Apollo 11Jeff Bezos has announced that his mission to recover Apollo 11 moon has been successful. The Amazon founder was excited over the feat. The mission engines were plunged into the ocean decades ago.

ACMG Issues Recommendations on Management of Incidental Findings in Clinical Genome

ACMG Issues Recommendations on Management of Incidental Findings in Clinical GenomeThe American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG) has issued a report regarding the handling of the incidental findings in clinical genome and exome sequencing. The containing recommendations led by Robert C. Green, MD, MPH, a medical geneticist at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH).

Titan Soars 54% after FDA Advisory Panel Recommends Opioid Implant

Titan Soars 54% after FDA Advisory Panel Recommends Opioid ImplantTitan Pharmaceutical's shares jumped to 54% after U. S. regulatory advisers supported the approval of the company's experimental implant to treat addiction of heroin and prescription painkillers.

Food and Drug Advisory panel revealed yesterday that the implant got a 10-4 vote supporting approval with one abstention. The FDA will take a final decision on the approval by April 30.

Researchers Link Gulf War Illness to Physical Changes in Brain

Gulf-WarA team of researchers at the Georgetown University has been claiming after its latest study that Gulf War illness is most likely linked to physical changes in the brain.

Brain scans were conducted of a total of 31 veterans having `Gulf War Illness' with symptoms such as unexplained pain and fatigue. And these were compared to as many as 20 control subjects.

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