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Follicle stimulating hormone FSH

Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) now has become an established means of ovulation induction (OI) as part of assisted reproductive technology (ART). FSH is used to induce development of multiple foll...


Vaginitis is an inflammation of the vagina. It can result in discharge, itching and pain, and is often associated with an irritation or infection of the vulva. It is usually due to infection. Vulvov...

Toxic Shock Syndrome TSS

Toxic shock syndrome is a rare but very serious illness that can develop rapidly in anyone From a UK population of around 60 million there were about 40 cases reported each year, half of which are a...

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Fossil Provides Earliest Evidence of Animals with Muscles

An unusual new fossil discovery of one of the earliest animals on earth may also provide the oldest evidence of muscle tissue– the bundles of cells that make movement in animals possible.  

Assessment of pain and suffering in test animals

New rules in the European Union (EU) for the protection of laboratory animals require assessment of pain that these animals may experience during scientific experiments. The Federal Institute for Risk...

Animals steal defenses from bacteria

(University of Washington Health Sciences/UW Medicine) Bacteria compete for resources in the environment by injecting deadly toxins into their rivals. Researcher have now discovered that many animals ...

Animals that want to survive use time management skills

Many animals may have a previously under-appreciated ability to make up for lost time with more effort, according to new research publishing this week in PLOS Computational Biology. This capability c...

Law of the Sea authorizes animal tagging research without nations' consent

(Duke University) Scientists who study migratory marine animals can rarely predict where the animals' paths will lead. In a new paper, Duke researchers argue that coastal nations don't have precedent ...

Ruling on PETA complaint a victory for animals used in EU chemical tests

(People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) In a landmark decision with the potential to save millions of animals from suffering and death in laboratory experiments, the European Ombudsman has deter...

Animal welfare: Rules for assessing pain in lab animals

New rules in the European Union directive for protecting laboratory animals call for a formal assessment of any pain that these animals might experience during scientific procedures (see

FDA Research Helps Keep Animals—and People—Healthy

In addition to supporting FDA's evaluation of new medications for animals, FDA's work with animals helps protect the U.S. food supply to keep people healthy.

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Dangerous animals capture and maintain attention in humans.

Predation is a major source of natural selection on primates and may have shaped attentional processes that allow primates to rapidly detect dangerous animals. Because ancestral humans were subjected ...

Deficiencies of macronutrient intake among HIV-positive breast-feeding women in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

We compared macronutrient intake, food insecurity and anthropometrics in breast feeding women: 40 HIV-positive women not yet on antiretroviral therapy and 40 HIV-negative women. Calculated deficits at...

Estrogen Effects on Vascular Inflammation Are Age Dependent: Role of Estrogen Receptors.

17β-Estradiol (E2) offers cardiovascular protection in young female animals and postmenopausal women. In contrast, randomized trials of menopausal hormones performed in older women have shown harm or...

Mate-choice copying in single and coupled women: The influence of mate acceptance and mate rejection decisions of other women.

Studies of humans and non-human animals indicate that females tend to change the likelihood of choosing a potential mate based on the decisions of other females; this is known as mate-choice copying. ...

Menopausal symptoms in an intercultural context: a comparison between German women, Chinese women and migrant Chinese women using the Menopause Rating Scale (MRS II).

What are the differences between the occurrence of menopausal symptoms in German women, migrant Chinese women in Germany and Chinese women in their native country? Can these potential discrepancies be...

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