African elephant genome suggests they are superior smellers
July 22, 2014 - Sense of smell is critical for survival in many mammals. The ability to distinguish different odors, which is important for sniffing out food, avoiding predators, and finding mates, depends on the number and type olfactory receptors found in an organism's genome.
Executive Council approves Medicaid expansion contract
1. The contract with the two managed-care companies - N.H. Healthy Families and Well Sense - that administer the state's Medicaid managed care program, sets the rates the state pays to the administrators and the rates the managed care companies pay medical providers for the 50,000 or more low-income adults who qualify for government-paid health ... (more)
Fake Checkpoint Makes Fake Sense
The village of Deforest, Wisconsin recently conducted a " fake OWI checkpoint ".
New Laws for the New Year
"It's All About Dollars & Sense"!!!- Get you money in 2 days or less-Use our convenient drop off program; no waiting in line.
Making Sense of TV Tweeting: The Case of #qanda
Next up at ASMC14 is Philip Pond, whose focus is on tweets during televised political debates in Australia.