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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...Ph.D., put together, the researchers experienced a classic “a-ha” moment. They saw it. The researchers realiz...ymes that are known as cyclooxygenases or COX, and classic NSAIDs, such as ibuprofen and indomethacin, nonselectively inhibit the two types of COX enzymes, COX...

Blunder Leaves Smoking Ban Up in Smoke in Stoke

...formally approve it at an August 2 meeting. In a classic bureaucratic bungle, council bosses thought the powers were delegated to a department head. "We don't have enforcement powers because Stoke has both a mayor and a council manager," explained a council spokesman. "We thought enforcement powers were ...

Boffins Find Evidence for Novel Brain Cell Communication

...hemicals, called neurotransmitters, which act as a classic means of communication between nerve cells, and lies at the base of most of current understanding of how the brain processes information and controls muscles in the body. There is, however, another means for nerve cells to communicate with one ano...

Around the World in 86 Days ... on Motorbike With Double-hand Transplant

... 80 days from the title of Jules Verne's adventure classic thanks to breakdowns and customs problems, he said with a smile. He even tackled Siberia, attaching a gigantic 85-liter (22.5-gallon) blue gas tank to his red 1,000cc 1976 BMW motorcycle to give him more freedom and self-reliance on the difficult r...

UK Suggestion for Restricted Use of Anti-AMD Drugs Draws Flak

... a particular type of wet AMD called predominantly classic subfoveal choroidal neovascularisation (CNV). Nice also recommends Lucentis for use only when both eyes are affected, and only for use in the better-seeing eye. It is stressed that such an approach effectively meant patients would be treated on...

Research in the Origin of Microtubules

...division by altering microtubule dynamics. "Many classic chemotherapy strategies affect microtubules, although it's not quite clear how these drugs influence cancer cells differently than normal cells," said Kaverina. "Both microtubule regulation of proliferation and microtubule regulation of migration and...

Meditation Increases Attention - A Brain Scan Report

...vidson. Effortless concentration is described in classic meditation texts, adds Davison. "And we think this may be a neural reflection of that. These results illustrate one mechanism by which meditation may act in the brain." While the subjects meditated inside the MRI, the researchers periodically blast...

Abnormal Face Processing in Toddlers With Autism

...ing, given that avoiding eye contact is one of the classic hallmarks of autism, said Chawarska. The results are preliminary and will require further replication and extension, but they suggest that pictures of faces and eyes are, by themselves, neither inherently unattractive nor inherently aversive to toddl...

Bipolar Spectrum Disorder may Be Under-recognized for Spectrum Disorder: Study

...disorder among adults. Bipolar I is considered the classic form of the illness, in which a person experiences recurrent episodes of mania and depression. People with bipolar II experience a milder form of mania called hypomania that alternates with depressive episodes. People with bipolar disorder not otherw...

New Substance Use Prevention Program Being Developed

...ehavior change-related work underway here. It is a classic example of the public benefits directly realized from the research and outreach of a State's robust research university," said Peter Alfonso, vice provost for research, graduate studies and outreach. In previous studies conducted by the URI Cancer ...

Our Medieval Ancestors Were More or Less Similar to Us Than Previously Thought

... England over the last 1,000 years". "This is a classic English parish church, it's a microcosm of what you get across the country," the Daily Mail quoted Booth as saying....

New Respiratory Virus in Children Linked to Cancer Discovered

...ree or younger who had been taken to hospital with classic symptoms of severe respiratory tract infection (RTI) such as coughs, fever, wheezing or shortness of breath. Researchers felt the discovery was particularly exciting because it offered hope to children with severe but unidentifiable RTIs. Knowi...

Introducing Thalasso, the Greeks Way to a Healthy Life

...lnesses, sports injuries and skin problems. "The classic Thalasso therapy lasts six days," said Hofrichter. "During this time each patient does three individual applications and one group application." Seawater baths, algae and mudpacks and massages are all part of the therapy. Other aspects include wate...

Dinos may Have Died in Agonizing Death Throes of Asphyxiation

...n, according to two American palaeontologists. A classic example of the posture, which has puzzled palaeont...of Archaeopteryx are in this posture, exhibiting a classic pose of head thrown back, jaws open, back and tail reflexed backward and limbs contracted". Dinosa...

To Die For: Rolls-Royce and 'green' Coffins at British Funerals

...iginality without going too far can also opt for a classic coffin painted with personalised illustrations. Vic Fearn makes around 100 such caskets per year, at a price of around 250 pounds each, featuring illustrations of motorcycles or animals, or even decked out in the colours of the deceased's favourite f...

Lizard Mothers Dress Their Progeny to Ensure Success in Later Life

...e wild to see how well they survived. 'This is a classic example of an interaction between genes and environmental influences on traits,' Lancaster said. 'Females provide an estradiol-rich prenatal environment to their entire clutch, but different progeny respond to it in different ways depending on which ...

Harassment in School Affects Majority of Elementary Students

...e had a tool that we knew worked." Although the classic definition of bullying brings to mind fistfights in the schoolyard, other more subtle forms of torment also were surveyed. Tarshis recounted a girl in the ninth grade whose friends decided to stop speaking to her, spread nasty rumors about her and ex...

Research to Protect Accident Victims from Epilepsy

...y of Washington. Epilepsy may not begin with the classic jerking seizures, but instead with memory loss, attention problems and the like. Doctors could mistakenly attribute such subtle symptoms to the original brain injury, post-traumatic stress or some other factor. So epilepsy becomes inevitable. Now r...

Asians in US Increasingly Undergoing Plastic Surgery to Look White

...ial consciousness in the United States and Asia. A classic Roman nose or a double eye-lid is not necessarily seen as the last word on beauty. Plastic surgeons have begun to develop techniques to preserve ethnic characteristics and retain their identity. "Ethnic correctness" is the new catch phrase in cosme...

‘Braveheart’- Woman Becomes First to Climb Mountains After Heart Transplat

...t she found inspiration during her recovery from a classic Ansel Adams photo of Half Dome hanging in her home. Her husband Craig has only words of appreciation for his brave wife, “ Kelly had a heart transplant on Nov. 20, 1995. A little over a decade later and she's opening new routes and doing some amazi...

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