Magnum Hunter Resources Announces Production Results on Stewart Winland ...
The Company's first Utica Shale well drilled and completed in the State of West Virginia and the most southeastern well in the entire play tested at a peak rate of 46.5 MMCF of natural gas per day (~7,750 BOE per day) on an adjustable rate choke with 7 ...
Magnum Hunter has 'monster' on its hands with biggest Utica well – everColumbus Business First
Magnum Hunter's Utica Gusher Bests the Rest in West VirginiaNatural Gas Intelligence
Magnum Hunter (MHR) Up on Record Production, Short Interest DeclineInvestorGuide
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Utica Shale: Another Bakken in the making
The Utica Shale play in eastern Ohio is one of the fastest-growing natural gas plays in the nation. Last month, in recognition of this status, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) added the Utica to its monthly drilling productivity report ...
Probiotics may help prevent peanut allergies, animal study shows
Bacteria in the gut can help protect mice against peanut food allergies, according to a new study. The findings suggest that probiotics might help treat or prevent these potentially lethal food allergies in people, researchers say. Food allergies, which are ...
Bacteria study offers hope in fight against food allergiesToronto Star
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'Clostridia' gut bacteria protect against food allergiesDelhi Daily News
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New recommendations for overweight people with heart risks
NEW YORK – Overweight patients with risk factors for heart disease should be sent by their doctors for "intensive behavioral counseling" about diet or exercise, according to new recommendations from the United States Preventive Services Task Force ...
Eating and Exercise Needs to Be Part of Heart-Health Counseling, Say DocsTIME
Agency Advises Counseling for Overweight With Cardiac RiskMedscape
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WHO Urges Tighter Regulation of E-Cigarettes
E-cigarettes Culture An employee holds his e-cigarette at his desk while working in So. California. Lynne Gilbert—Moment Editorial/Getty Images. The United Nations agency acknowledged both the "promise and threat" of the $3 billion industry. The World ...
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WHO: Ebola taking 'heavy toll' on health staff
An "unprecedented" number of doctors and nurses have been infected with Ebola virus in west Africa, according to the World Health Organization. More than 2,600 people in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone have been infected since March, ...
How Ebola is challenging the 'Africa rising' narrativeThe Guardian
US health official: Ebola has 'upper hand'MiamiHerald.com
WHO says the number of medical staff infected with Ebola is exceptionalThe Standard Digital News
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Medical marijuana may reduce painkiller-related deaths
Buds are removed from a container at the "Oregon's Finest" medical marijuana dispensary in Portland, Oregon April 8, 2014. Over 20 Oregon cities and counties are moving to temporarily ban medical marijuana dispensaries ahead of a May deadline, ...
Fewer Painkiller Deaths in States With Medical Marijuana: StudyPhilly.com
States With Medical Marijuana Have Fewer Painkiller Overdose DeathsThe Atlantic
Medical Marijuana reduces Deaths due to Overdose of Narcotic PainkillersUncover California
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Parents Believe Overweight Kids Are Healthy
Aside from the obesity epidemic amongst children in the United States, there also seems to be an epidemic of parents who think their overweight kids are healthy. Researchers from Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, New York University and Fudan ...
Parents Cannot See Obesity in their ChildrenHeadlines & Global News
Today's parents blind to kids' obesityHealth24.com
As kids get fatter, fewer parents can tell their children are obeseLos Angeles Times
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Low-dose aspirin reduces blood clot risk
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Low-dose aspirin can help prevent new blood clots among people who are at risk and have already suffered a blood clot, says a promising study. According to Australian researchers, low-dose aspirin lowers the occurrence of new venous blood clots and ...
Health Alert: Aspirin may prevent blood clots in veinsKYTX
Aspirin cuts clot risk by a third: studyFinancial Express
Aspirin lowers risk of stroke and heart attacks, new study findsDaily News & Analysis
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Medtronic buys brain stimulation company for $200M
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Medtronic spent about $200 million in cash to buy a privately held company that develops deep brain stimulation technologies. The acquisition of Sapiens Steering Brain Stimulation will make the medical device maker stronger in an ...
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Exercise for the heart may also protect the mind
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It would appear that aerobic exercise may do more than just preserve our cardiovascular health - it may also keep our minds sharp as we age. This was the conclusion of a new study from Canada that found links between aerobic fitness and brain function in ...
Heart Fitness Improves Brain HealthPsychCentral.com
Heart exercises protect your brain tooTimes of India
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"Sleep Drunkenness" Affects 1 in 7 Adults
"Confusional arousal (CA)" or "sleep drunkenness" is the medical term for a condition in which a person in deep sleep is suddenly awoken. This awake state is marked by confusion and amnesia. Like Us on Facebook ...
Are you suffering from sleep 'drunkenness' disorder?Vancouver Desi
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Potential oil window is last gasp for Utica Shale
Jim McKinney, senior vice president and general manager from EnerVest, a Houston-based company, said his company believes that with changes in drilling techniques, activity will increase in the oil-rich northern part of the Utica Shale, which includes ...
Enlink announces new $250M pipeline in the Utica ShaleDallas Business Journal
Utica Shale Academy reaches enrollment threshold, allowing classes to beginColumbus Business First (blog)
Eagle Ford-focused EnLink turning attention to Ohio River ValleySan Antonio Business Journal (blog)
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Utica Shale Exceeds 1000 Horizontal Wells Drilled
Natural Gas Intelligence
The Utica Shale continues to make headlines, with its third milestone moment coming last week when the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) released data showing that more than 1,000 horizontal wells have been drilled in the formation.
More than 1000 wells drilled in Ohio's Utica Shale
Ohio has surpassed the 1,000-well mark in the Utica Shale. As of Saturday, the state had 1,004 Utica wells listed as drilled, drilling or producing, according to weekly Department of Natural Resources statistics released Tuesday. Carroll County has the ...
Utica Shale Academy to begin Aug. 19
New Philadelphia Times Reporter
Utica Shale Academy of Ohio formally begins Aug. 19 at facilities lodged at Southern Local Junior/Senior High School, in Salineville. email · print. By Staff Reports. Times Reporter. By Staff Reports. Posted Aug. 7, 2014 @ 12:30 pm. By Staff Reports
Must-know: Positive sentiment toward the Utica Shale
The ethane originates from the Marcellus and Utica Shale production areas. Nicholas J. DeIuliis, the CEO of CONSOL Energy (CNX), said, “We want to grow production at the 30% clip rate, but we're going to do so where we measure and improve upon every ...
Marcellus and Utica shale drilling permits: Monroe County is drilling hot spotFarm and Dairy
Ohio's new hot spot for Utica shale dominated by Gulfport EnergyColumbus Business First (blog)
Latest local Utica shale production reportsAkron Beacon Journal
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Ohio Shale gas production doubled in 2013
Ohio's natural-gas production nearly doubled from 2012 to 2013 because of activity in the Utica shale play, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources reports. In fact, history was made with a 97-percent increase in natural-gas production; 100 billion ...
Ohio Water Use, Fracking, and the Utica Shale
Activist groups committed to banning fracking have frequently claimed that water withdrawals from oil and gas development would lead to severe droughts in eastern Ohio. In reality, actual data show the amount of water in Ohio and specifically eastern ...
ODNR adds inspectors to meet demands of Utica Shale drilling
ODNR is hiring more oil and gas inspectors to keep up with the surge in Utica Shale drilling, but will it be enough to keep up with new developments and the state's standing inventory of 64,000 active wells? email print. Shane Hoover CantonRep.com ...
Still Not Convinced, Street Wants More Answers From Utica ShaleNatural Gas Intelligence
Ohio approves 32 new Utica shale permits last weekAkron Beacon Journal (blog)
UTICA BRIEFSOil & Gas Journal
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