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Migraine Revelations Afflict Michelle Bachmann's Campaign

The presidential run of Rep. Michelle Bachmann (R-Minn.) hit an unexpected obstacle Tuesday when The Daily Caller reported that, according to sources close to her campaign, she suffered from debilitating migraine headaches brought on by stress on an almost weekly basis.

July 21, 2011 — John Rennie

Qatar to get cord-blood bank, thanks to Virgin's Branson

DOHA, QATAR—Futuristic health technologies often first benefit patients in the U.S. and Europe. Now an ambitious plan backed by high-flying entrepreneur Richard Branson to start a national public-private cord blood bank in the Arab emirate of Qatar might help to ensure that the evolving science of regenerative medicine will also be able to find applications quickly within the Middle East.

March 17, 2009 — John Rennie

In a Not-So-Rosy Outlook for Green, Energy Still Wins

BOSTON (March 10, 2009) -- None too surprisingly, the business and financial communities generally foresee a continued slump in capital investment for most segments of green technology—although the energy sector may do relatively well.

March 10, 2009 — John Rennie

Where will clean tech companies find funding?

BOSTON (March 10, 2009)—If tomorrow's economy is to be sustainable both environmentally and economically, many new “clean tech” technologies and companies will need to arise.

March 10, 2009 — John Rennie

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