John Winchester, 38, of Medina dies of ALS
A Medina man who traveled to China for experimental treatment to ease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis -- Lou Gehrigs disease -- has died.
The Prairie Star
HYSHAM, Mont. - Greg Lackman had a bit of a panic last week when a lateral line culvert collapsed, shutting down his irrigation efforts for a short time.
Executive Education Program for Chinese CEOs Further Bridges Eastern & Western Business Practice
Building upon the successful debut in April of China CEO Program, a joint education program by Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business , Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and INSEAD, the second module of the cross-lateral program was wrapped at the Wharton School in Philadelphia in June.
Variations in detoxifying genes linked to Lou Gehrigs Disease
Genetic variations in three enzymes that detoxify insecticides and nerve gas agents as well as metabolize cholesterol-lowering statin drugs may be a risk factor for developing sporadic amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, or Lou Gehrigs disease), and possibly responsible for a reported twofold increased risk of ALS in Gulf War veterans.
Wimbledon Tennis: Williams sisters gone, but top rivals hold form
The prize money gap with the men still exists. So do the tabloid-inspired questions and the occasional streaker on Center Court, but it is still a different feeling for the women this year with no Williams sister looming late in the second week at Wimbledon.
North Korea And Iran Similar Problems But Different Solutions
by Phil Hazlewood London (AFP) Jul 05, 2006 International concern over North Koreas missile testing brings the issue of Pyongyangs nuclear ambitions back to the forefront alongside those of Iran, strategic affairs experts said Wednesday.
The man behind Floyds flyer
Floyd Landis hasnt yet shown himself at this Tour de France, but earlier in the year, the Phonak team leader proved he was a force to be reckoned with by winning the Tour of California, Tour de Georgia and Paris-Nice.
Out of the wilderness into a world of teamwork
Executives from some of the worlds leading companies will today descend on Aberystwyth and the Cambrian Mountains for the BG Energy Challenge. Andrew Finan, MD of organisers Challenger World, explains how combining brains and brawn can unlock a teams true potential
REINKE HONORS JEROME-BASED FARMORE
DESHLER, Neb. - Reinke Manufacturing, Inc., a leading manufacturer of mechanized irrigation systems, has awarded Troy Chandler, Bruce Hunt and Andrew Jacobsen of Farmore of Idaho, Jerome, Idaho, with the PLUS (Proven Leaders in Unmatched Service) Certified Technician Award, according to a press release from the company.
N.Korea-Iran similar crises, different solutions
LONDON, July 6 (IranMania) - According to AFP, international concern over North Koreas missile testing brings the issue of Pyongyangs nuclear ambitions back to the forefront alongside those of Iran, strategic affairs experts said.