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Curbing inflammatory cells could lead to treatments for diseases including atherosclerosis and cancer

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Via Scoop.it – Creating the FutureThis technique, known as RNA interference, offers a targeted way to stop inflammation and could be useful in treating not only atherosclerosis, but also other forms of heart disease as well as cancer.Show…

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Did a right-wing agent provocateur instigate Air and Space Museum pepper-spray chaos? – Boing Boing

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Via Scoop.it – Demand Transformation…evidence indicating that Patrick Howley, Assistant Editor of right-wing rag The American Spectator, acted as an agent provocateur at an anti-war protest outside the Air and Space Museum yesterday, leading to an incident in…

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The Walk Again Project

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Via Scoop.it – Creating the FutureBMI research raises the hope that in the not-too-distant future, patients suffering from a variety of neurological disorders that lead to devastating levels of paralysis may be able to recover their mobility by…

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Researchers engineer new way to inhibit allergic reactions without side effects // News // Notre Dame News // University of Notre Dame

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Via Scoop.it – Creating the Future Researchers from the University of Notre Dame have announced a breakthrough approach to allergy treatment that inhibits food allergies, drug allergies and asthmatic reactions without…Show original

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U.S. Drug Policy Would Be Imposed Globally By New House Bill

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Via Scoop.it – Demand TransformationThe House Judiciary Committee passed a bill yesterday that would make it a federal crime for U.S. residents to discuss or plan activities on foreign soilShow original

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Some Say Occupy Wall Street Protesters Aimless; Facts Say Otherwise – Forbes

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Via Scoop.it – Demand Transformation  There has been a lot said about the lack of vision, lack of specific demands, and a disparity of beliefs and goals among the Occupy Wall Street protesters in the media in the past…

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