Archive for July, 2007

A Wounded Population May Help Heal Human Wounds

Written by on July 23, 2007 in Marine Life

(This article was originally published on OceanLines on July 23, 2007.) As if the sheer joy of eating them wasn’t enough reason to redouble efforts to save our lobster populations, scientists have discovered that a chemical in lobster (and crabs and shrimp) shells may be able to accelerate the healing of human wounds. This contribution […]

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Birds Above; Birds Below and Blues in the Bag

Written by on July 7, 2007 in Other News

(This article was originally published on OceanLines on July 11, 2007.) Yesterday was one of those increasingly rare days in my life when I get both of my daughters to myself for a whole day and we get to spend it on the water. Allie and Emily gave me a fishing charter day for Father’s Day […]

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