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Robbie Donates 1.5 Million Pounds to Help His Native People Beat Addiction

...nger revealed that he intended to participate more actively to help people at his place, where he plans to return one day. "I want to be more active in and around Stoke-on-Trent - the place I love and where I'll eventually return to," he said. Williams, who currently puts up in LA has donated 3 million po...

BMA Scotland Calls for Public Debate on How Best to Increase Organ Donation Rates

... of the BMAs Scottish Council, said: The BMA has actively supported efforts to improve transplantation rates in the UK. But despite an increase in the number of donors, there is still a desperate shortage of organs. There are currently more than 800 people waiting for organs in Scotland - an increase of alm...

Traffic Control Boxes to Help Road Monitoring

...hat pass by and calculate average speed, or it may actively control traffic. Ramp meters are one example -- they limit the number of cars entering a freeway by controlling a traffic signal on the on-ramp. But Coifman knows that the controller boxes can do much more. "The basic technology of these devices ...

Gadrasil Could Prove Effective in Men too

...haps identical, vaccine for young men, which it is actively working on. (The issue with men seems to be simply one of ample testing: Until fairly recently, researchers report, men have rebelled against having swabs taken from the inside of their penis.) The value of the drug could also go up if a growing ...

Battle Between Google and Microsoft Could Trigger Revolution in Healthcare

...umber of Internet searches are health related, are actively attempting to build a presence in the healthcare sector . This, claims Cambridge UK based analysts Wireless Healthcare, will impact on both healthcare professionals and medical device manufacturers. According to a series of reports published by Wirel...

Extrovert People Drink More Alcohol

...had established that people drink less if they are actively involved in a game such as billiards, darts or a card game. However this study reveals that the lower consumption is made up for as soon as the game is over. This means that the total alcohol consumption is not influenced by what people do when they ...

Research Reveals Anatomy of Suppressed Memories: Study

...y the neutral face images and instructed to either actively recall the associated image or to actively suppress it. The results of the scans or fMRIs (functional magnetic resonance imaging) indicated t...

Hundreds of Cyclists to Ride for Alzheimer's Cause

...cent years, the Alzheimer's Association has had to actively fight proposed cuts to federal funding of Alzheimer's research. According to Wessler, approximately 120,000 people in Massachusetts have Alzheimer's. It is a disease that has significant impact on families- emotionally, physically and financially. ...

Anne Hathaway Admits That She is Not as squeaky-clean as She Appears

... turned down the lead role in Knocked Up. I dont actively search for [movies] that I can get naked in. Its not the most fun requirement of the job, but nor is it something that I would ever NOT do a job because of. It is what it is. Some people choose not to do it on moral grounds; I think thats a shoddy ar...

Research into Suppressed Memories Could Help Treatment for Depression

...y the neutral face images and instructed to either actively recall the associated image or to actively suppress it. The results of the scans or fMRIs (functional magnetic resonance imaging) indicated t...

Researchers Find New Target for Anti-cancer Drugs

... begin in ras-dependent cancers. Counters group is actively pursuing the idea that such an antibody may inhibit pancreatic cancer growth in mouse models. If these results are positive, this will open the door for Duke oncologists to organize a clinical trial to test the agent in human cancer patients. Secre...

Side Effects of Natural Health Products With Prescription Drugs Under-reported

.... Select pharmacies agree to be sentinel sites, actively asking every patient about possible adverse events, and reporting all data so we can learn which NHP-drug combinations are safe, and which arent, she added. The study, co-authored by researchers from the University of Toronto, has been published i...

Researchers Link Bacteria Destroying Proteins to Alzheimer's Treatment

...e for the disease is available yet, scientists are actively looking for new treatments. One of the main goals of such treatments is to destroy clumps of a protein called beta amyloid, which are found in the brains of people with the disease, either inside the nerve cells or around them. Antibodies have been s...

JK Rowling Intensifies Her Disabled Children's Rights Crusade

...e psychiatrists and social welfare workers working actively to change things," The Sun quoted Rowling, as stating. The best-seller author revealed that she got in touch with Baroness Emma Nicholson to seek help. "After writing innumerable letters to anyone whom I thought might help, I made contact with Ba...

Smoking Hampers Alcoholics' Neurocognitive Recovery During Abstinence

...e functioning than non-smokers when they are still actively drinking or after a short period of sobriety. H...ing recovering alcoholics (12 males, 1 female), 12 actively smoking recovering alcoholics (11 males, 1 female), and 22 non-smoking light-drinking controls (20 m...

Man Accused of Spreading HIV Granted Bail in Australia

...aking progress" and was now complying. "He will be actively monitored and managed in the community," she said. "He remains a public health risk." Magistrate Jon Klestadt said, "I'm satisfied on the evidence before me that there is reason to believe the attitude of the applicant (Kuoth) to both his own dise...

A Blood Test Developed in Australia to Repair DNA Damage

...from treating diseases once they had manifested to actively preventing them. "This world-first advance in preventative medicine can now give people a glimpse into their future health and equip them with the knowledge they need to stay healthy," he said. "In most cases, human genome damage can be reversed ...

Should the UK Adopt Dutch Rules on Euthanasia in Newborn Babies?

...severe congenital malformations are thought to be actively killed. Yet between 1997 and 2004 only 22 such deaths were reported to the authorities, writes Kate Costeloe, Professor of Paediatrics at the University of London. To regulate neonatal euthanasia, clinicians in the Netherlands have argued that all ...

Novel Technology to Locate and Treat Tumors

...ngelman said. Among the applications the team is actively pursuing are PET imaging of tumors, treatment of breast cancer, and alternative designs using the principles they have already established....

Ranbaxy Labs Extends Roots in South Africa

...d liquid formulations in South Africa. The Company actively participates in local and export tenders in the African Continent. With sales of approximately USD 30 Million, Be-Tabs is the fifth largest generic company in South Africa and one of the most profitable companies in the market. Be-Tabs Pharmaceutical...

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