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Technical college named for educator Marchman

LAND O’ LAKES — Brian Marchman traveled from Gainesville to Land O’ Lakes with a simple request.
Published: 01/23/15
Beekeepers keep Pasco Honey buzzing

Beekeepers keep Pasco Honey buzzing

TRILBY — Alwyn Purkis put his life into Pasco Honey.
Published: 01/23/15

Developers have big plans along S.R. 54

Lutz businessman Carl Anderson, owner of Caliente Resort, is in the process of selling 28 acres across from the Cypress Creek Town Center to an Orlando-based shopping center developer.
Published: 01/23/15
Compound targeting breast, pancreatic cancer studied

Compound targeting breast, pancreatic cancer studied

JUPITER — Scientists from the Florida Campus of The Scripps Research Institute have identified a novel synthetic compound that sharply inhibits the activity of a protein that plays an important role in the progression of breast and pancreatic c...
Published: 01/22/15
Lowly marine snail boost fight again cancer, addictions

Lowly marine snail boost fight again cancer, addictions

A snail that can be found around coastal Florida — and on menus in many parts of the world — is being studied because the venom it produces could help doctors treat some forms of cancer and break smoking and other addictive behaviors. ...
Published: 01/22/15
Molecular ‘flying carpet’ bombs cancer cells

Molecular ‘flying carpet’ bombs cancer cells

An international team of researchers has developed a drug delivery technique that utilizes graphene strips as “flying carpets” to deliver two anticancer drugs sequentially to cancer cells.
Published: 01/20/15
Pair of genes implicated in differences in PTSD risk

Pair of genes implicated in differences in PTSD risk

There appears to be a genetic explanation for why some people develop post-traumatic stress disorder and others don’t, even though they have experienced equally distressing situation.
Published: 01/20/15
Service employees need to focus on customer experience

Service employees need to focus on customer experience

WACO, Texas — As long as there are servers in restaurants, there will be disagreeable customers who give them a hard time. Are those customers always right? And how should a server respond?
Published: 01/15/15
Attacking cancer cells via their biological clocks

Attacking cancer cells via their biological clocks

To help reduce the risk that they will live too long, greatly increasing the risk that they will undergo and pass along potentially harmful genetic mutations, cells are programmed to, in effect, commit suicide.
Published: 01/15/15
Study: atypical hyperplasia raises breast cancer risk

Study: atypical hyperplasia raises breast cancer risk

ROCHESTER, Minn. — Women with atypical hyperplasia of the breast have a higher risk of developing breast cancer than previously thought, a Mayo Clinic study has found.
Published: 01/15/15

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