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Babies Learn Music While Sleeping

... to experiments involving playing music to newborn babies. Scanning sleeping babies In the experiments, sleeping babies were hooked up to an encephalograph (EEG), an instrument able to ...

Immtech and BioAlliance Sign Licensing Agreement for Pafuramidine

... for the treatment of Human African trypanosomiasis, also known as African sleeping sickness. Pafuramidine is currently in Phase III clinical trials for these ... for pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP), malaria, and trypanosomiasis (African sleeping sickness), and a well defined, expanding library of compounds targeting ...

Circ Pharma Limited Enters Into Development Agreement for Chrono Tramadol With Elan Corporation Plc

... Circ Pharma's proprietary drug delivery technology enabling once daily dosing. Circ's technology provides for minimized delivery to the body during sleeping hours, acceleration of drug absorption immediately prior to the waking hours and the subsequent maintenance of efficacious drug levels for the ...

Heart Disease: An Epidemic For Firefighters

... And, over the years, the traditional firehouse alarm in Gwinnett stations has been replaced with softer alarms and even-voiced prompts to awaken sleeping first responders. As a result of the study, Saint Joseph's Hospital and Dr. Superko's team implemented a two month screening program for all ...

Intra-Cellular Therapies Reports Positive Final Results of a Phase II Clinical Trial with ITI-007 in Patients with Sleep Maintenance Insomnia

... total sleep time (p<0.001), decreased total time awake (p<0.001) and improved sleep efficiency (calculated by the proportion of the time spent sleeping while in bed, p<0.001). Intra-Cellular Therapies believes that ITI-007 promotes natural, restorative sleep. In particular, ITI-007 did not ...

Controversial Study to Test Link Between Insomnia and Sleep Apnea

... Insomnia. Conventional wisdom connects insomnia to psychological factors -- stress, racing thoughts, and worries -- and is usually treated with sleeping pills or talk therapy. Pitted against the CW is the provocative theory that a large percentage of Chronic Insomniacs suffer from Obstructive Sleep ...

Zounds Offers the Gift of Hearing This Holiday Season With a Range of New Products

... levels of hearing loss -- Wake & Shake features, vibrating pads and flashing lights as alternative forms of alarm-clock signaling while sleeping -- Phones include adjustable handsets, vibrate & visual ringers and amplification adjustments, making talking on the phone convenient for ...

BIO Ventures for Global Health Receives $7 Million Grant from Gates Foundation to Engage Biotechnology in the Fight Against Neglected Diseases of the Developing World

... are integral to the discovery of new solutions for the millions of patients suffering from diseases such as malaria, tuberculosis and African sleeping sickness." Barriers such as insufficient markets, funding, and information continue to deter industry from applying their technologies to research ...

Immtech Appoints Blythe Weigh as Strategic Advisor

... has advanced clinical programs that include new oral treatments for pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP), malaria, and trypanosomiasis (HAT or African sleeping sickness), and a well-defined, expanding library of compounds targeting drug-resistant Gram-positive bacteria, fungal infections, Hepatitis C and ...

Immtech Reports Fiscal Third Quarter 2008 Results

... has advanced clinical programs that include new oral treatments for pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP), malaria, and trypanosomiasis (HAT or African sleeping sickness), and a well-defined, expanding library of compounds targeting drug-resistant Gram-positive bacteria, fungal infections, Hepatitis C and ...

Immtech Investor Conference Call Scheduled for February 11, 2008

... disorders. Immtech has advanced clinical programs that include new oral treatments for pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP), trypanosomiasis (HAT or African sleeping sickness), malaria and a well defined, expanding library of compounds targeting drug-resistant Gram-positive bacteria, fungal infections, Hepatitis C ...

Strativa Pharmaceuticals, the Proprietary Products Division of Par Pharmaceutical, Provides an Update on Development Status of Pafuramidine and Other in-Licensed Products

... Immtech has advanced clinical programs that include new oral treatments for Pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP), malaria, and trypanosomiasis (African sleeping sickness), and a well defined, expanding library of compounds targeting Hepatitis C, fungal infections, bacterial infections and other serious ...

Immtech to Present at The Bank of Montreal Healthcare Conference

... has advanced clinical programs that include new oral treatments for pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP), malaria, and trypanosomiasis (HAT or African sleeping sickness), and a well defined, expanding library of compounds targeting drug-resistant Gram-positive bacteria, fungal infections, Hepatitis C and ...

Time For the Trucking and Heavy Machinery Industries to Wake Up!

... to obtain the information necessary for a physician to diagnose OSA. The ARES can be conveniently self applied and worn while the driver is sleeping even in the cabin of a truck. It has been validated in the largest study ever conducted which compared the accuracy of in- home vs. laboratory ...

A national call to use IT for improved health care

... money to fly to London to participate in a recent Internet Engineering Task Force meeting. The opportunity was so great that nerds would double up, sleeping on the floor of crowded London hotel rooms for the privilege of being there. The big technology companies are keenly aware of the magnitude of the ...

Beware the cold-call job interview

... in California. The job involved wandering through unfamiliar neighborhoods, worrying about making a daily quota, cooking communal dinners and sleeping on the floor of a shared apartment. After a few weeks of this, my brother caught a ride back to Wisconsin. My other brother once found a job ...

A week in UW research: fusion, racing and sleep

... the UW Engineering site . Sleep is good for you and your waistline Good food and exercise may be the staples of keeping slim, but failing that, sleeping could be better for your gut than just laying around. In a study of 1,024 volunteers at UW-Madison, researchers from Stanford and UW found that ...

Technology industry doesnt have a monopoly on speed

... book, came out in 1981. The book profiled the determined process of developing a new Data General computer. Were talking about nights, weekends, sleeping at work and the whole soon-to-become-stereotypical engineers code-fest lifestyle (all except the foosball table). Those guys were living and ...

Huge cyber-tsunami developing in Asia

... of the Beijing Olympics, when the athletes march in unison to their beautifully orchestrated national anthems, the whole world will witness a sleeping giant take a dramatic turn. The nationalistic pendulums will swing and, with all the other bells and whistles in place, a new trade war involved in ...

UW links with Israeli school to locate genes

... project between the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa has shown that thousands of sleeping computers can unravel the twisted code of genetic diseases. Superlink-Online , a program first developed at Technion for identifying the location ...

Modine adapts military research to idling engines

... stop driving. When truck drivers traveling cross-country pull over to rest, many leave their engines idling to regulate the temperature of their sleeping cabs. With over 500,000 heavy-duty diesel trucks on U.S. roads today, idling engines annually consume more than 1 billion gallons of fuel, according ...

BarCampMilwaukee promises a tech-focused event

... Bucketworks , a self-described "fitness center for the brain" located in downtown Milwaukee. Attendees will have the option of camping overnight in sleeping bags or staying at local hotels, but some don't plan to sleep at all. "A couple of guys are planning to stay up all night and play video games," ...
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