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Designer Bag Launch Causes Shopping Chaos in Hong Kong

...de Hong Kong's upmarket Landmark centre to buy the creation of British designer Anya Hindmarch. The shopper, which carries the slogan "I am not a plastic bag," became an overnight fashion sensation when it launched in London and New York earlier this year, selling on e-Bay for many time its retail price. ...

Protein Instrumental to Brain Development and Repair Identified

... and remyelination, the processes essential to the creation and repair of the brain's white matter. The groundbreaking discovery in mouse models may lead to inventions for the enhancement of healthy brain development, and improvement in treatments for brain disorders in both children and adults. "By und...

Fat Horses Face Health Problems

... the delicate balances between the destruction and creation of new cells in the body. Oxidative stress is an imbalance between the production of free radicals and reactive oxygen species and the bodys anti-oxidant defense mechanisms, and that imbalance is in favor of the oxidants, said Thatcher. Those fr...

Government Policies and Booming Economy Keep Indian Healthcare in Top Shape

...ng opportunities in the country. Additionally, the creation of a suitable infrastructure coupled with an increase in healthcare as well as drug and pharmaceutical R&D expenditures will attract new drug development projects. "The government is not sparing any efforts to promote India as a hot destination for...

Specific Protein is Instrumental in Myelination

...tion and remyelination, processes essential to the creation and repair of the brains white matter. This groundbreaking discovery in mouse models points the way to developing treatments or interventions to enhance healthy brain development and/or brain disease repair in children and adults. The paper will b...

Rounding Up Rodeo Injuries Helps in Prevention

...rwick hopes to use this information to support the creation of an international centre for rodeo research excellence. The centre would pull together education of cowboys, healthcare professionals and clinicians to service cowboys competing in athletic events and conduct research, with the idea of making the s...

Hyperthermia With Chemotherapy Improves Sarcoma Healing

...ion groups together with clinical partners and the creation of clinical research platforms is an essential prerequisite for the prompt application of knowledge from fundamental research to clinical practice and vice versa. Contact the GSF Press Office: GSF - Forschungszentrum fr Umwelt und GesundheitAbteilu...

Researchers Find New Target for Anti-cancer Drugs

... found that inhibiting IL-6 production reduced the creation of new blood vessels, which are crucial for the development and nourishment of tumours. IL-6 was like the gas pedal driving the growth of tumours. No gas, no growth, which is exactly what we saw when we inhibited IL-6 in tumours, Counter said. Co...

Modified Drug Therapy for Alzheimers Disease

... said Arun Ghosh, the Purdue professor who led the creation of the treatment molecule. "Current drugs manage the symptoms, but this could be the first disease-modifying therapy. It may be able to prevent and reverse the disease." CoMentis Inc., a biopharmaceutical company based in San Francisco, is initiati...

Ex-IITian-designed Alzheimer's Drug's Human Clinical Trials Begin

...y limited," said Professor Arun Ghosh, who led the creation of the treatment molecule. "Current drugs manage ... disease. His most recent work, which led to the creation of beta-secretase inhibitor CTS-21166, was published in the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. "The mo...

Travelers Beware: Is Your Medicine Really What the Doctor Ordered?

...fferent drug. Researchers are advocating for the creation of an international organization or the procedure to regulate the naming of drugs and to maintain a global brand name database to avoid medication errors. This process could take years. In the meantime, when traveling internationally, patients shou...

Hemangioblasts New Tool Of Stem Cell Technology

Scientists have reported the creation of the cells that help build the body's supply of ... Cell Technology in Worcester, Mass., reported the creation of these precursor cells, known as "hemangioblasts," in the journal Nature Methods. Says ACTs R...

Adolescents Brains Fully Develop Between 10-12 Years

... development of different brain structures and the creation of connections between them, and even changes in brain chemistry. The final goals of the project are to offer a plan of the development of the healthy childs brain and to link the imaging findings with neurobehavioral function....

Nanocomposite Labeled Cancer Cells Targeted and Destroyed by Using Lasers

...ose targeted cells with a laser. For regarding the creation and characterization of a dendrimer nanocomposite (DNC) matrix containing silver clusters that can be used to target and destroy melanoma cancer cells. Composite NanoDevices (CNDs), are an emerging class of hybrid nanoparticulate materials. CNDs ar...

International Day Of Action For Women's Health - 2007

... and Caribbean Women's Health Network proposed the creation of a global day of action for women's health. Since then, 28 May has become widely known and celebrated around the world by innumerable women's and health groups. The WGNRR is a network of 2000 autonomous organizations and individuals in 157 c...

Delivering the Green Message to Children

...nmentalist, but I am careful that I don't harm the creation in any way," says Gulati, who studied in the Carmel Convent here and graduated from Delhi University last year. "I don't litter, I care for animals and whenever I get an opportunity to do my bit, I avail it," she added. At least 18 schools in Del...

Development of Broadly-protective HIV Vaccine is Possible

The creation of a vaccine to protect against the myriad strains of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) may be possible, according to a new study conducted at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU). Since HIV is extremely variable, i...

Urologists Begin Clinical Trials on Treatment of Peyronies Disease

...the penis body it forces cellular division and the creation of new skin tissue. A clinical study will be launched in the upcoming months by the International Andrological Association aimed at substantiating the use of these devices on a wider scale. As pervasive surgery on the penis can often have drastic s...

New Smallpox Vaccine Contract: Five Years in the Making

...ne - attracted significant interest and led to the creation of a government program in 2002 which then resulted in the award of development contracts for Bavarian Nordic from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID). When the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) moved in 200...

Australian Catholics Rebel Over Stem Cell Vote Warning

...ld allow for unethical research that could see the creation of human and animal hybrids. "These possibilities are quite grotesque," he said. "I'd be very surprised if they had approval throughout the population." The Anglican church is also asking MPs to vote against the bill. But the Minister for Scien...

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