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Article ID: 18331

Key to Spurring Methane Conversion

National Science Foundation (NSF)

Microbiologists of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst have found that bacteria living just below the earth's surface can be coaxed to rapidly convert oil to methane gas in oil-rich soil.

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Article ID: 18330

APA Condemns Kaiser Prescribing Policy

American Psychiatric Association (APA)

The American Psychiatric Association today condemned the Kaiser Permanente San Diego psychiatric division procedure under which psychiatrists prescribe medications for patients they have not examined, when requested to do so by Kaiser psychologists, social workers, or family therapists, none of whom have medical training.

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Article ID: 18328

Harley-Davidson Barbies Help Professor Study Reputation

University of Missouri

Harley-Davidson Barbie dolls helped one University of Missouri-Columbia professor prove reputation matters, at least on Internet auction sites like eBay.

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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Article ID: 18327

Earth Day 30 Years Later: Success Breeds Apathy?

Temple University

While people still care about the environment, the passion inspired by the early Earth Days is gone, according to the director of Temple's Environmental Studies program.

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Article ID: 18326

Bahia Hot Spot Preserved

New York Botanical Garden

Another small piece of Brazil's rainforest was preserved last month, thanks to a collaboration among scientists from The New York Botanical Garden, the Institute for Social and Environmental Studies of Southern Brazil, and two other conservation organizations.

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Article ID: 18325

Older Children, Boys Abused in Families with Wife Abuse

University of Washington

In homes with wife abuse, children aged 14 and older are more than three times as likely to be physically abused than are younger children aged 1 through 13, a University of Washington study examining the risks of child abuse has found.

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Article ID: 18323

SMU Announces Speakers for 2000-2001 Tate Series

Southern Methodist University

Legendary anchorman Walter Cronkite, award-winning actress Julie Andrews, and underwater explorer Robert Ballard will be among the speakers for the 2000-2001 season of Southern Methodist University's Willis M. Tate Distinguished Lecture Series.

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Education

Article ID: 18322

AAPS PharmSciTech Publishes First Issue

American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS)

The American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists' newest exclusively online journal, AAPS PharmSciTech, www.pharmscitech.com, today published its premier issue; a summary of each original research article is provided.

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Article ID: 18321

Organ Transplant Expert Available for Interviews

Cedars-Sinai

In light of today's agreeement by the Clinton administration and key senators on legislation overhauling the nation's organ transplant system, an internationally recognized organ transplant expert, Christopher Shackleton, is available for interviews.

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Article ID: 18320

Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month

American Academy of Dermatology

The American Academy of Dermatology invites reporters to attend the Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month Press Conference to learn about the latest research and most important news in skin cancer.

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