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Review: 'any Day' Hits Viewers Over The Head With Its Cliches - La Times

CymaBay to Announce First Quarter 2015 Financial Results on Thursday, May 7, 2015 - Yahoo Finance

Playing: Laemmle's NoHo 7, North Hollywood. Travolta makes impression in the passable 'Forger' crime drama In attempting to spin out its competing storylines, the crime drama "The Forger" never quite gets a handle on either one. Still, an array of strong performances, including a well-calibrated turn by John Travolta, and compelling emotional moments help counter the patchy narrative. 'Days of Grace' director Everardo Gout shines light on violence site in Mexico The kidnappers were often ghetto boys, some as young as 14, waving big guns in small hands and demanding ransoms ranging from millions of dollars to 2 quarts of milk, a dozen eggs, sugar and a sack of rice. They slipped through alleys like ragged spirits, dodging dogs and counting bullets in a... Amid Baltimore unrest, new film challenges a popular police weapon When Nick Berardini was a senior at the University of Missouri, he learned of the story of Stanley Harlan. Harlan, 23, had been shocked with a Taser by police for more than 30 seconds after a routine traffic stop outside his home in Moberly, Mo., in 2008.
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Woman Who Promoted Cancer-Curing Diet Admits Hoax : Discovery News

About CymaBay CymaBay Therapeutics, Inc. ( CBAY ) is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing therapies to treat metabolic diseases with high unmet medical need, including serious rare and orphan disorders. Arhalofenate, the company's lead product candidate, has shown two therapeutic actions in a single drug in multiple Phase 2 gout studies. In gout patients, arhalofenate is intended to prevent painful flares in joints while at the same time promoting excretion of uric acid by the kidney, thereby addressing both the signs and symptoms of gout and the hyperuricemia that is the root cause of the disease. CymaBay's second product candidate, MBX-8025 is a potent, selective, orally active PPAR agonist. A Phase 2 study of MBX-8025 in patients with mixed dyslipidemia established that it has an anti-atherogenic lipid profile.
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syptoms of gout All tied up after seven innings, the teams went an extra inning to decide a winner. In the top of the eighth, senior centerfielder Taryn Allmon (Grove City, Ohio) scored the game-winning run after singling to center, sacrificed to second, and coming home after freshman first baseman Cassie Gillespie (Sylvania, Ohio) reached on an error by the first baseman. In the bottom of the eighth, junior right-hander Erin Seiler (Bowling Green, Ohio) struck out three batters swinging to seal the win. Seiler (14-11 overall, 2-4 MAC) hurled all eight innings, fanning seven and walking none. Overall, Akron out-hit KSU, 6-3. Both teams had one error. In game two, Kent State scored five runs in the bottom of the first as Michele Duffy nailed a three RBI home run over the centerfield fence. KSU added two runs in the second as Maddy Grimm smacked a two RBI homer over the centerfield fence.
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Akron Softball Splits with Kent State in PNC Wagon Wheel Challenge: Akron Athletics - GoZips.com

Forest and Kim Starr, Wikimedia Commons View Caption +#9: Plantain Since the age of the ancient Greek doctors have used plantains (Plantago sp., the weed in sidewalk cracks, not the fruit) to speed wound healing. In the training manual Survival, Evasion and Recovery, the U.S. Department of Defense recommends plantain as a poultice on wounds or as a nutrient-rich tea to treat diarrhea. Robert Steers/NPS, Wikimedia Commons View Caption +#10: Burdock Traditionally, healers use burdock (Arctium sp.) to clear toxins from the blood and increase urination, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. The plant also is used to treat skin ailments, such as eczema, acne, and psoriasis. The leaves and roots of burdock are edible and contains inulin, like chicory, so they may aid digestion and/or cause a nasty case of flatulence. Burdock also contains high quantities of antioxidants that can prevent damage to cells. Julia Adamson, photographer in the Saskatoon area, Wikimedia Commons Australian Belle Gibson claimed in 2013that a special diet, along with alternative medicine therapies, cured her terminal brain cancer.
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