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How to text message and avoid pain

... your forearms by resting them against a desk or your thighs. Use both thumbs. Avoid hunching over for a long time. Give your thumbs a break when typing long messages. Don't type too fast. ...

Wet ear wax and unpleasant body odors signal breast cancer risk

... of Biomolecular Engineering at the Tokyo Institute of Technology and the senior researcher involved in the work. "Using a rapid and cost-effective typing method presented in this study would provide a practical tool for pharmacogenomics-based personalized medicine." To draw their conclusions, ...

Promptu Unveils High Accuracy Voice-to-Text Dictation for Mobile Phones at CTIA

... technology can dramatically increase the usability of speech as a means of user input. Users can simply talk to their mobile phones, rather than typing on tiny keyboards. We believe this is an exciting development in mobile user interface technologies." Mobile carriers, handset manufacturers, ...

Promptu Unveils High Accuracy Voice-to-Text Dictation for Mobile Phones at CTIA

... technology can dramatically increase the usability of speech as a means of user input. Users can simply talk to their mobile phones, rather than typing on tiny keyboards. We believe this is an exciting development in mobile user interface technologies." Mobile carriers, handset manufacturers, ...

New Sony PC Delivers High Performance in Ultra-Portable Package

... adorns the keyboard panel elegantly framing its individual keys. The spacing between the keys is precisely engineered to create a comfortable typing experience while helping to prevent mistakes. "Today's mobile professional demands not only portability from a notebook but that it meets their ...

Tips from the Journals of the American Society for Microbiology

... system diseases, say the researchers. (N.P. Tavakoli, S. Nattanmai, R. Hull, H. Fusco, L. Dzigua, H. Wang, M. Dupuis. 2007. Detection and typing of human herpesvirus 6 by molecular methods in specimens from patients diagnosed with encephalitis or meningitis. Journal of Clinical Microbiology, ...

MU study finds that sitting may increase risk of disease

... of inactivity. Some common non-exercise physical activities that people can do instead of sitting include performing household chores, shopping, typing while standing and even fidgeting while standing. Given the work of muscles necessary to hold the bodys weight upright, standing can double the ...

UK scientists working to help cut ID theft

... physical traits to recognise people. These can be as varied as iris images, fingerprints, the structure of veins in the hand, or even an individuals typing rhythm. Currently they are predominantly used in national government systems for border control or criminal justice. They could equally be used in a ...

Dinosaur hearing, listening to muscle noise, quieter cubicles

... ASA Meeting Abstracts Database ( http://asa.aip.org/asasearch.html ) by typing in the last name of the author or the appropriate paper code. Entire sessions can be accessed by typing in the session code followed by an asterisk (e.g., 2aAB*). ...

Researchers reverse juvenile diabetes in animal model

... studies and also maintains a federally funded national bone marrow HLA typing center within his lab.With this funding, Dr. Trucco and his team are able ... discoveries have continue to lead to better processes for molecular typing for matching bone marrow donors and recipients, the ability to identify ...

'Personality-gene' makes songbirds curious

... variation in personality in natural, free-living animal populations, it would help a lot to know the molecular genetic mechanisms behind the trait." typing the behavioural relevant Drd4 polymorphism it should be possible to follow micro-evolutionary changes in populations, which would result from ...

Stem cell therapy shows promise in regenerating damaged muscle in heart attack patients

... the Rush Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, says one reason the study results are so promising is that these stem cells can be used without tissue typing and do not trigger an immune response, and are available for every patient. The mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) are found in the adult bone marrow ...

Researchers create genetically matched embryonic stem cells for transplantation

... induce unfertilized mouse eggs to develop through a series of chemical treatments, then generated embryonic stem cells. Next, they used genetic typing to identify those embryonic stem cells that shared with the egg donor the genes responsible for tissue matching, called the major histocompatibility ...

International team analyzes human genetic variation in key immune region

... SNPs within the HLA genes may offer a more economical alternative for characterizing the most common genetic variants in the region than standard HLA typing methods. Nearly three-quarters of the DNA samples that the scientists analyzed had been previously examined as part of the International ...

Long-term changes in experience cause neurons to sprout new long-lasting connections

... of how procedural learning induces long-term rewiring of the brain. This type of learning is used in mastering skills such as riding a bicycle or typing on a computer. Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) investigator Karel Svoboda and his colleagues reported their findings in the June 22, 2006, ...

Genome of deadly amoeba shows surprising complexity, evidence of lateral gene transfer

... Dr. William A. Petri, Jr., a collaborator who is chief of the University of Virginia Health System's Division of Infectious Diseases. He says the DNA typing from the genome sequenced is allowing the development of "new diagnostic tests that help distinguish the most deadly substrains of the parasite." ...
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