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Lost Sleep can Never Be Compensated for

...pensate for lost sleep, and that the body responds differently to chronic sleep loss than it does to acute sleep loss. Published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), these findings shed light on a problem prevalent in industrialized nations with 24/7 societies, such as the US, where p...

Autism Children can Be Diagnosed Within One Year of Age

...nosed later, and their development may unfold very differently than children whose ASD is diagnosable around the first birthday. Early diagnosis of the disorder allows for early intervention, which can make a major difference in helping children with autism reach their full potential. Researchers examined so...

Fat Horses Face Health Problems

... exercise regimen. Horses today are managed much differently from their evolutionary roots, indicated Dr. Pleasant. The horse evolved as a free-roaming grazer on sparse pasture types, he said. Later the horse served primarily as a work animal, serving as a source of transportation and draft power. Today, most ...

Experts Need to Include Children in Research

...e not as mature as adults; and diseases 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 ...

Urine is a Rich Source of Phosphorus

... "There is a poo taboo that happens and happens differently in different cultures," she said. Cara Beal, a researcher at Department of Natural Resources and Water in Queensland, is running a trial with 10 urine-separation toilets in the Currumbin Valley, near the Gold Coast of Australia....

Reason Behind Trouble Remembering in ADHD Kids Revealed

...en to recognise new information or remember things differently to help overcome these learning disabilities," Keage said....

Experts Identify Vaccine Target for HIV

...al candidate genes. Since different people respond differently to infections, a better understanding of how immune system genes control responses to infections should help us to design better treatments and more effective vaccines, Goldstein said. CHAVI was designed to do big science, and the results of this a...

Diana Could Have Been Saved Had She Been Rushed to Hospital

... have still been alive if French doctors had acted differently after the fatal crash in Paris in 1997. "My belief is that had Diana been moved more quickly, the surgeons may have had a better chance," the Daily Express quoted him, as saying. "Her injuries of course were very serious, but there were delays in ad...

Actor Travolta Blames Psychotropic Drugs for US School Shootings

...gressively. How would I have presented it? Maybe differently than how he did, but it doesn't matter, he said. In a June 2005 interview, Cruise started an argument with Lauer about psychiatry and postpartum depression and called him glib....

Research in the Origin of Microtubules

...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 invasion probably contribute to the therapeutic effects." Therefore, further study of this new subset of microtubules might...

Sixteen-year-old UK Girl Demands Right to Wear 'purity Ring'

...y rings". Lydia argued that she is being treated differently to Sikh and Muslim pupils who she says can wear bangles and head scarves in class. The Millais School in Horsham said Lydia's band - a symbol of the Silver Ring Thing movement launched in the United States in 1996 - broke uniform rules about the wea...

Puppet Show, Music Gives Message - 'say No to Drugs'

...lt initially, and to top it all people look at you differently because of the social stigma attached. "But today, nothing makes me more happy than reaching home and meeting the smiling faces of my parents. No one takes any decisions in my home without consulting me. That's the confidence they have in me," Samp...

New Engineered Drug Shows Promise in Treating Lymphocytic Leukaemia

...tudy also found that this self-destruction happens differently from how other drugs cause apoptosis. Most drugs cause cells to self-destruct by triggering a cell mechanism that requires enzymes called caspases. This new agent, however, works through a mechanism that does not call for caspases. "This is exciti...

NRI Threatens to Move US Congress for Justice in India

...he US government treat citizens of other countries differently and deny them their fundamental rights only because they are foreign nationals?" asked Saha who has filed the highest medical compensation case in the country against Kolkata's AMRI Hospital and three doctors for causing his wife Anuradha's death due...

Diet for Autism

...behavior. Autistic children experience the world differently from their contemporaries. They have difficulty in effectively expressing themselves and display a tendency to shun company. Autistic patients display a spectrum of dysfunction - from those who are physically and mentally challenged to those who lo...

Study to Investigate Gene's Effect on Bone Loss in Breast Cancer Patients

...But interestingly, studies show that women respond differently to these drugs, possibly because of variations in the gene that produces the aromatase enzyme." This gene is CYP19. Scientists have identified several variations of CYP19 that can result in either increased or decreased aromatase activity. This in...

Gene Variant Responsible for Acquiring Intellect and Memory in Humans Identified

... same in different species but is "cut and pasted" differently when it is expressed, resulting in proteins with new functions. Their study shows that the gene arose through a single mutation in the DNA, when a thymine nucleotide was exchanged for an adenine, causing 45 additional amino acids to be loaded into ...

Researchers Identify Immune Dysfunction in Melanoma Patients

...h melanoma. It doesn't prove that the cells behave differently than the immune cells of normal people. To verify that the interferon signaling was defective in people with melanoma, Critchley-Thorne isolated those cells and exposed them to interferon. As predicted, immune cells from people with melanoma also ...

Study Finds That Fruit Flies also Have Free Wills

...evices. When scientists observe animals responding differently even to the same external stimuli, they attribute this variability to random errors in a complex brain," Brembs said. As part of the study, researchers tethered fruit flies (Drosophila melanogaster) in completely uniform white surroundings and reco...

Sacked Employee Says Stress Led to His Sex Addiction

...ten IBM rules or surf the internet any more or any differently than other workers. Pacenza, who is married with two children, earned $65,000 a year operating a machine that makes computer chips. Several times during the day, machine operators are idle for five to 10 minutes as the machine checks chip measurem...

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