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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

... “We want to put all this information together to create a predictive equation that can determine an individual’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease,” says Ronald Petersen, M.D., Ph.D., director of the Mayo Clinic Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center. “The whole idea is to move back detection of the dis...

Support for Children's Health and Medicare Protection Act given to House leaders by ACP

...College is particularly pleased that the bill will create incentives for care coordination by a patient’s pe...parative effectiveness of different treatments, to create a process for identifying procedures that may be incorrectly valued, to improve geographic equity in...

Blood Protein may Hold Key to Why Healthy People Get Heart Attacks

...erosion of the arterial lining, a process that can create unstable plaques. MPO also hampers the protective effects of high-density-lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol and reduces the availability of nitric oxide, a natural chemical that relaxes the blood vessels. "MPO levels help to identify individuals at...

Jharkhand Village Shocked to Know About Its Huge HIV Positive Population

... Village elders were holding public meetings to create awareness about the deadly virus as worried locals were seen scampering to get themselves tested. Having moved beyond traditionally high-risk groups such as homosexuals, commercial sex workers and drug users, the virus is spreading into families, i...

Dow Acquires Wolff Walsrode from Bayer

... Wolff with its Water Soluble Polymers business to create a new specialty business driven to become the preferred development partner and premier application expert in the cellulosics industry. Cellulosics and derivatives are widely used in formulations for food, personal care, pharmaceuticals, construction...

Sea Snail Venom Paves Way for Potent New Painkiller

...agical properties of the deadly sea snail venom to create a drug that can kill pain in humans. The snail uses venom to paralyze passing fish, but scientists found that chemicals in the poison could also obstruct pain signals in the human brain. About 25 years ago, scientists at the University of Utah, ...

Gene Variation Increases the Risk of Lung Cancer

...example, combines with a genetic predisposition to create a besieged environment within the lungs, said lead author Eric Engels, M.D., MPH, researcher at the Viral Epidemiology Branch of the NCIs Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics. Essentially, sustained inflammation alters the microenvironment of...

Insight Into Neural Stem Cells Has Implications For Designing Therapies

...d movement. If scientists could figure out how to create specific types of new neurons, they potentially co...embryonic stem cells in the culture dish to try to create the desired type of neuron". The Alvarez-Buylla lab has identified neural stem cells in the adult ...

Flu Outbreak Among Children Feared in Western Australia

...ll was a grave concern. "While we do not want to create unnecessary panic, it is important for parents to be aware that the disease can cause serious illness within 24 hours," he said. A Gold Coast Hospital spokeswoman admitted winter was a difficult time for hospitals. "It's is a busy time for hospi...

Hydrogen Fuel Is It a New Fuel for the Future?

...arbon to form hydrocarbons such as oil and gas. To create pure hydrogen, energy is needed to break these bonds. Because an external energy source is needed to produce it, hydrogen strictly speaking isn't a primary energy source like coal, sunlight or wind, but instead is generally referred to as being an ...

Harry Potter Final Book - Prediction and Expectations

... to take elements from all of those influences and create something unique that is in itself a work of art." "Another thing that makes the series successful is the mystery component of the book," Westman said. "For example, you keep reading in the first book to figure out whether Harry and his friends are...

Imaginary Friends are Good for Kids

...self-esteem a boost. "Imaginative children will create imaginary friends. Companionship is a big part of ...age gap from his or her siblings is most likely to create imaginary pals to keep him or her company. Imaginary friends are also common in victims of bullyi...

Obesity Drug may Hold Potent Cancer Treatments

...own to a dozen. The researchers will now work to create potent cancer treatments by testing the drugs in animals and then in human cancer patients. The findings of the study were published in Nature Structural and Molecular Biology....

Experts Need to Include Children in Research

...s can behave differently in childrens bodies. To create the best therapies for children we need to include them in our research, said Professor Warner. A lot of paediatricians work doesnt have much of a scientific evidence base and we prescribe drugs by extrapolating from what we know about adult bodies. ...

IFC to Invest About Rs.3 Billion in Max Healthcare

...h in south Delhi. The project is also expected to create 4,500 jobs in the medical industry during the construction phase. "Max Healthcare is proud to partner with IFC. This partnership recognizes our efforts to establish benchmarks of medical excellence and outstanding quality of service," said Max India...

Amorous African Fish Exchange Electric Pulses While Mating

...the males' quality as mates. Females were found to create a "creak" pattern only during spawning, possibly to facilitate or signal the release of eggs. After extended courtship interactions, the two sexes sometimes engaged in electrical "duets" of alternating rasps and bursts. By studying the buzzes o...

Folicacid Fortification Very Beneficial

...colorectal cancer rates. Our report is intended to create a foundation upon which to further explore that possibility. As Mason and colleagues note, there is a compelling body of scientific evidence suggesting that habitually high intakes of dietary folate are protective against colorectal cancer. Mason e...

Indian Minister Laments Country's Lack of Sex Education

...n our close-knit society, we have to enlighten and create awareness among our children," he was quoted as sa...in a subtle way," said Ramadoss. "We don't want to create controversy. But we have 55 per cent population that falls in the reproductive age and we have to cr...

Drug Patent Compulsory Licensing

...atents simply to control costs, what circumstances create a necessary condition, or even what level of remuneration is required," Cahoy writes. As a result, relatively wealthy nations may receive unintended windfalls while least developed countries may continue to struggle for access. Under complex World ...

Envisat Captured Breath of Volcano

... to the same point in space at different times, to create digital elevation models and reveal otherwise undetectable changes occurring between image acquisitions. Combined radar and optical data acquired from space are also very useful when an eruption begins. The synoptic view taken from optical and rada...

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