Tag: "cork" at medical news
Bottleneck: High on Spirits Can Cause A Dispirited Liver, Leading To Cirrhosis!
...nker, who is over the board regularly, its time to cork
the bottle tight and do something worthwhile to kick the tendency. // Medical experts have issued a wake –up call to the inebriated, that cirrhosis, a disease of the liver is not far away, and is like a ticking time bomb, waiting to explode. Infac...
Tiniest Nanoscale Test Tubes Corked; Holds Promise In Cancer Treatment
...hnology, scientists have now acquired the skill to cork
the world's tiniest test tubes//. These findings have the potential to revolutionize cancer treatment. These tiny nanoscale medical devices can be filled with anti-cancer drugs and injected into cancer patients, as a treatment modality. The diamete...
Researchers Use Bubbles in Cancer Treatment and Drug Delivery
...raditional embolotherapy techniques, the so-called cork
that doctors use to block the blood flow—called an emboli—is solid. For instance, it could be a blood clot or a gel of some kind. A major difficulty with these approaches is restricting the emboli to the tumor to minimize destruction of surrounding t...
Wine Packaging: Bag-in-box, Plastic Bottles, Cork Comeback?
...x by buying wine with corks, thus helping save the cork
forests where they live. That campaign is linked t... Antonio Amorim, chairman of the world?s largest cork
manufacturer, Corticeira Amorim, said that after losing sales to synthetic corks and screw caps, the...
Wine Woos World as Trade Fair Opens
..., the growth of wine tourism, and the ever ongoing cork
versus screwcap debate. Of note will be the increasing numbers of organic and biodynamic wines -- almost non-existent at Vinexpo 2005 -- as well as issues such as eco-friendly packaging, reducing carbon emissions and sustainable development of vineya...