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Emotional intelligence in Cancer

...responses were usable for the study. The questions centered on emotional intelligence, social support and social constraints. Emotional intelligence is made up of three components. They are attention to feeling, clarity of feeling and mood repair. The goal was to determine which components of emotional intel...

Clean air protects lives

...ve lives. The investigators in Dublin and Boston// centered their research on a 1990 ban on coal in Dublin. They studied the death rates in the six years before and after the ban was implemented. After the ban, the amount of black smoke decreased by about 65 percent. There was a 5 percent decrease in non-trau...

Aspirin Found To Be Effective In Reducing Breast Cancer Rates

...of lifestyle factors, but recent research has been centered on chemoprevention, or the use of chemical agents to prevent or inhibit the carcinogenic process of cancer development. The study, which included in-person interviews, included 1,442 breast cancer cases and 1,420 controls.Results show that use of as...

Bird flu infection spreads from Asia to Europe

...ease is moving towards Europe. Past outbreaks have centered on Southeast Asia and, more recently, parts of China. Researchers also worry the outbreak may show that migratory birds are spreading the disease. Avian flu has struck in domestic poultry flocks close to Russia's large Chany Lake, a nesting ground ...

Lasik surgery effective in correcting vision

...a red blinking light so that your eye will be well centered and it is time for the computer guided Exlimer laser to accurately reshape the corneal tissue. The laser will only be used for about a minute. Then doctor will carefully put the flap back in place and remove the eye speculum. After the lasik proced...

LINK Applied Genomics Programme Promises To Revolutionize Healthcare Systems

...n genome. This £30 million research programme is centered on providing maximum information about the human genome and effective incorporates areas in biomedicine and healthcare. Following are some highlights of the programme: * Nerve tissue regeneration - Scientists at King's College London and Oxford BioM...

Partnership Between Diabetes India And Elsevier Announced

...nce to the causes of vascular damage and a glucose centered approach in treatment of the disorder. Diabetes India originally named as The Indian Task Force on Diabetes Care In India, has traveled a long way ever since it was started by merely 400 diabetologists. It now comprises of a panel of medical special...

Cancer Treatments Fall Short Of Targets

...targeted time of two months. //The current data is centered around the period between April to June 2005. The report said that just about 75 percent of all cancer patients were treated in that period. But the rate fell to 60 percent for bowel cancer patients and those with lymphatic system cancer. 86 percent...

British Doctor cleared of murder

...Moss and Mr Weldon were exhumed. All the charges centered on allegations that Dr Martin, who now lives in Penmaenmawr, north Wales, deliberately gave his patients overdoses of morphine. Cancer sufferer Gittins died on March 21st 2003. Weldon, who was in a nursing home suffering from dementia, died on Mar...

Mental Activity Reduces Chances Of Dementia

...o that seen in Alzheimer's disease. The change was centered around the hippocampus, which is a part of the brain which is affected by dementia. Edited (ANI) ...

Australia's Mentally ill, ill at ease with Quality of Care

... boy. It was observed, that the focus of attention centered only on the hysterical mother, while the very much stable son was left to cope with the unsettling event. The social repercussions and peer response that would ensue are best left unsaid. Another Heart rending example to prove how much family couns...

Designer Strawberries

...ute (VBI) at Virginia Tech has a research platform centered on understanding the "disease triangle" of host-pathogen-environment interactions in plants, humans and other animals. By successfully channeling innovation into transdisciplinary approaches that combine information technology and biology, researcher...

Immune Response To Flu Shots Influenced By Bereavement And Marital Status

... events in their life in the past one to 12 months centered on health, familial and marital relationships, housing, financial situation, and deaths of a spouse, close family members or friends. “Participants’ overall stressful life events exposure was not significantly associated with the antibody response to...

Shock Wave Therapy Increase The Risk Of Diabetes

... kidneys and could alter the secretion of hormones centered in the kidneys like renin, which influence blood pressure. Drs. Krambeck and Joseph Segura, M.D., Mayo Clinic urologist and study investigator, say that they continue to use shock wave treatment, among other alternative treatments for kidney stones...

Psychological effect on obese kids due to bullying

...hen one has multiple negative experiences that are centered around sports early on, this can often translate into adulthood with decreased involvement (in exercise)."...

Study Offers Hope In Prevention Of Facial Paralysis

...(18.8 percent). The most common site of dehiscence centered above the oval window (a middle ear landmark), with 80 percent of dehiscent nerves involving this area. Patients age 18 and under were less likely to have facial nerve dehiscence than older patients. Also, dehiscence of the facial nerve was also foun...

Brain Controlled Movements Are Studied Using Robotic- Joystick

...st direction, even when the joystick was perfectly centered and not moving. Somehow the brain and muscles in t...ush the joystick in the first direction to keep it centered and how long it took for the subjects to ‘forget’ how hard to push the joystick, the predictions sug...

Brain’s response distinct upon exposure to erotic image

...y is undesirable." Most of Anokhin's research is centered on the genetic and neurobiological bases of behavioral traits that might be associated with increased vulnerability to alcoholism and addictive disorders. He believes this study could contribute to that work by detecting differences between responses...

Exercise Better Than Ergonomics to Treat Upper-Body Work Injuries

...ess of many of these interventions. One limitation centered on varied and vague definitions of “work-relatedness.” In the Netherlands, “work-related” means that people have complaints that get worse when they are working, yet decrease or diminish on the weekend or when they are on holiday. Verhagen said tha...

Latest Enhancements to the Free Access Grid Toolkit Now Available

...owing commercial organizations to develop products centered on the Access Grid. This has resulted in the creation of several diverse communities and synergies that enable innovation and enhancements. For more information about the Access Grid, and to download the software, see http://www.accessgrid.org. Thi...

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