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October 5, 2011 News AwardsGeneral News

CORRECTED-UPDATE 3-Ridiculed crystal work wins Nobel for Israeli

by ken

Of the golden ratio and Fibonacci – purely an entry of interest….. By Patrick Lannin and Veronica Ek Oct 5 (Reuters) – An Israeli scientist who suffered years of ridicule and even lost a research post for claiming to have found an

September 9, 2011 News Pharmacology

FDA advisers consider time limit for bone drugs

by ken

From Reuters Health Information September 9, 2011 — ADELPHI, Md. (Reuters) – U.S. health advisers are considering a time limit for taking a class of drugs used by millions of women to prevent bone fractures, due to concerns over unusual fractures

July 28, 2011 News General NewsPeriodontologyPharmacology

Mouthwashing moms less likely to have a preemie

by ken

By Kerry Grens – July 28, 2011 (Reuters Health) – Expectant mothers who have gum disease are less likely to deliver their babies prematurely if they use mouthwash throughout their pregnancy, a new study suggests. Pregnant women with gum disease,

April 27, 2011 News Dental industryImplantology

Straumann took an axe,and gave Nobel forty whacks

by ken

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February 24, 2011 News Implantology

About 20 bidders circle AstraZeneca unit – interesting, but I just liked the design of corporate headquarters by Frank Gehry

by ken

By Quentin Webb LONDON | Wed Feb 23, 2011 11:34am EST (Reuters) – About 20 bidders are readying offers for all or parts of Astra Tech, the dental and medical devices unit that AstraZeneca Plc (AZN.L) hopes could fetch $2 billion, people

July 8, 2010 News Implantology

Dentist seeks U.S. class action suit vs. Nobel Biocare

by ken

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Swiss dental implant maker Nobel Biocare has been sued by a California dentist seeking class-action status on behalf of dentists whose patients have suffered complications such as bone loss from one of its products. A company spokesman