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"Alarming" Malnutrition Among Kenya Refugees: UN Agencies

...n Geneva. The UNHCR added in a statement that "a complete package of assistance is needed to overcome chronic shortages in essential commodities such as firewood, energy saving stoves and soap." Otherwise, refugees were being forced to sell their food to meet the need for these items, it warned. The Ken...

A Drug That Helps Cut Alcohol Craving

...in the short term is often much more feasible than complete abstinence....

Cat Exposure Increases Bronchial Responsiveness

...allergic sensitization. Because the study included complete data on nearly 2,000 individuals across 20 centers in Europe, researchers were able to exclude potentially confounding effects. Our primary results showed no correlation between levels of house mite dust and BR among individuals with sensitization ...

Influenza Virus Samples of 1918

...nd possibly prevent, future pandemics. When the complete sequence of the 1918 virus was published in 2005, it represented a watershed event for influenza researchers worldwide. In an article in the journal Antiviral Therapy, scientists at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID),...

Dinner Guest Recover Bodies in Freezer

...first, Ms Wilwerth said. Even if he did not make a complete confession, lots of elements are against him. He indicated that he had had a violent row with his wife in the course of which he seized a knife. Autopsy is still under way to determine the exact time of death. The prosecutor added that the poli...

Genetic Disease Causes hearing loss

...tion, several small operative series indicate that complete resection of ELSTs can be curative, can alleviate vestibular symptomatology, and can be performed with hearing preservation and minimal morbidity. Therefore, in patients with hearing and imaging evidence of an ELST, surgery may be considered after w...

New Strategy to Counter Problem Drinking

...in the short term is often much more feasible than complete abstinence, he added. Karhuvaara is a physician and health researcher who was once an employee of Biotie Therapies Corp., the manufacturer of nalmefene. The drug maker supported the new study. There are fair amounts of good data (showing) that th...

Women are the Real Bosses at Home

...nationalities. Each spouse was asked to separately complete a questionnaire on relationship satisfaction and an evaluation of overall decision-making ability in the relationship. Each spouse also was asked to spot a problem in their relationship, an issue in which he or she wanted the most change and which...

Napo Obtains Special Protocol Assessment Agreement From FDA for Crofelemer

...be assessed in Stage I. When 50 subjects per group complete the initial efficacy dosing period (28 days), an i...imary study analysis is planned after all subjects complete the 28-day efficacy period. A full study analysis and final study report will be prepared at that ti...

Traffic Control Boxes to Help Road Monitoring

...ould know much quicker, and ODOT would have a more complete picture," he added. "The same strategy would work in any city." This work was partially supported by the National Science Foundation. Other funding came from the California Partners for Advanced Highways and Transit Program of the University of Cal...

Somerville, A Town Committed to Tackle Obesity Among Kids

...d presentations about nutrition, at health bazaars complete with nutrition exhibits and at events such as community mini-marathons. The results seem modest, but are nevertheless meaningful. After eight months the height and weight of nearly 400 first, second and third graders were measured and the data w...

Top China Official Pessimistic on Fixing Food Safety Woes

...ations, he said. Experts have said China needs a complete overhaul of relevant systems, noting that nine different ministries or agencies have control over food safety....

Global Warming: Lessons of History Help the Future

... several balmy centuries. "In the worst cases of complete collapse, everybody in the society emigrated or died," Diamond, a professor of geography at University of California, Los Angeles, says in his acclaimed book. "Obviously, though, this grim trajectory is not one that all past societies followed to c...

Genetic Risk Factor for Prostate Cancer

... devoid of known genes on chromosome 8. The studys complete findings will be published in the July 8 online edition of Nature Genetics. This is an important finding because, for the first time, a common genetic risk factor for multiple cancers has been identified, says lead author Christopher Haiman, assista...

BioCryst Receives Special Protocol Assessment for Fodosine

...ine the objective response rate, defined as either complete response or partial cutaneous response, achieved with a once-daily oral regimen of Fodosine(TM). Secondary endpoints include assessing the safety and tolerability of extended daily treatment with oral Fodosine(TM), assessment of the time to objective...

Mutated Gene Zaps Pancreas Cancer in Mice

...stimated it will take between one and two years to complete US Food and Drug Administration requirements for Phase I clinical trial in humans. The side effects in mice were mild, they said, which is rare for cancer treatments. Pancreatic cancer kills 96 percent of human victims within five years of diagnosi...

Gene Therapy Eradicates Pancreatic Cancer in Mice

...Oncology. It may take around one to two years to complete U.S. Food and Drug Administration requirements for a Phase I trial, he says. In a study, the researchers loaded the VISA system with a mutant version of a gene named BiK, which expresses a protein that naturally forces cancer cells to kill themsel...

FDA Approve S Robotic Device to Help Stroke Patients

...and providing just enough assistance that they can complete simple exercises, like lifting boxes or flipping o... even neurons in the opposite brain hemisphere to complete a movement. The goal is to make neurons talk to each other again, said Dr. Krebs, adding that even...

Advancement in Gene Associated With Colon Cancer

...ase is moving rapidly since the publication of the complete sequence of the human genome in 2003. Says Gruber, The mystery of the relationship between our genetic code and disease is now starting to become clear, and many scientists are turning to the same chapter to find important clues to colorectal cancer....

Armani to Launch First Spa in Tokyo

... include a spa as well as a restaurant to "offer a complete lifestyle," the group said in a statement. Armani's first spa will take inspiration from "ancient Roman thermal baths" and include private suites and an exclusive skincare line, the company said . "I dream of a place where the body and the being ...

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