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Napoleon Love Letter Seduces Bidders at Manuscript Auction

...luded a manuscript by Sir Isaac Newton in which he discusses the theory of gravity. It sold for 204,000 pounds: more than four times the pre-sale estimate of 50,000 pounds. But Christie's agreed earlier Tuesday to withdraw a letter written by Mahatma Gandhi shortly before his death, and return it to the Indi...

ACMA Review Should Lead To Ban On Junk Food Advertising To Kids - AMA

...n life. The ACMA issues paper released this week discusses amending childrens television standards to specifically address the issue of food advertising to children. The AMA is a member of the Coalition on Food Advertising to Children, which earlier this year sent a comprehensive briefing paper to Federal ...

Who Receives a Kidney Transplant First?

...itorial in the American Journal of Transplantation discusses the fairness and equality in kidney allocation, particularly as UNOS is reevaluating its allocation system and will receive recommendations from a sub-committee this year. The issue of the allocation of deceased donor organs is not new, and there h...

AIDS Vaccine Still a Long Way Off

...onal Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, discusses prospects for an AIDS vaccine. He says while the ultimate goal is prevention, much like that for polio, smallpox and measles, combating the AIDS virus requires a non-traditional strategy in which a vaccine may not totally block infection, but could l...

Give Up Sugar to Keep Yourself Young

...ts can cause wrinkles. According to Brandt, who discusses the effect of sweet on skin in his book 10 Minutes/10 Years: Your Definitive Guide To A Beautiful And Youthful Appearance, removing sweet from diet can make a person look ten years younger. "In a nutshell, sugar hastens the degradation of elastin a...

Who Receives a Kidney Transplant First?

...itorial in the American Journal of Transplantation discusses the fairness and equality in kidney allocation, particularly as UNOS is reevaluating its allocation system and will receive recommendations from a sub-committee this year. “The issue of the allocation of deceased donor organs is not new, and there ...

Rotavirus can Spread Beyond the Intestine

...he intestine. A related perspective by David Candy discusses the studya€?s findings further. Source-Eurekalert/V...

Childhood Obesity Linked to Early Puberty.

...early triggers early puberty. This research also discusses the potential drawbacks of early puberty like the psychiatric disorders, early initiation in to alcohol consumption, sexual intercourse, teenage pregnancy and high risk of reproductive cancers and adult obesity. Dr. Lee opined that in addition to f...

Controversies Involving Health Foods

... published in the journal Human Reproduction. This discusses the impact of low fat dairy on women planning to conceive. As per this finding, dairy which is devoid of cream and fat brings about failure in ovulation. They also claim that low fat dairy is responsible for infertility in 12 to 15% cases. On the oth...

WHO States, “One Billion People Are Affected By Neurological Disorders

...problems, loss of memory and speech. This report discusses the reasons for unavailable treatments for such neurological disorders. Dearth of skilled personnel, meager supply of vital drugs which includes cheap medicines like aspirin and incidence of conservative practices contribute to the higher incidence o...

Emerging Research Heralds New Era of Breast Cancer Management

... of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, discusses the latest research in breast cancer screening and management in this new review. "As we progress into the 21st century," she writes, "new treatment schema and devices outside of the surgical arena may significantly alter" current practices. She fi...

Treating Severe Malnutrition in Children

...kens, Professor of Paediatrics in Blantyre, Malawi discusses whether the problem is that the guidelines are not followed properly or whether some malnourished children need additional treatment. He identified a research paper from Kenya, recently published in PLoS Medicine as having made an important step towa...

Is Evidence-based Medicine Enough to Support Additional Research in Alternative Medicine?

... for conducting CAM research on cancer. This issue discusses whether clinical research on CAM using randomized placebo-controlled trial designs is the best strategy for making evidence-based decisions in clinical practice, and describes strategies that use "whole systems" and "integrated evaluation models" as ...

Stem Cells as Cancer Therapy

...o Fodde (Erasmus Medical Center, The Netherlands), discusses a new study in mice, published in the launch issue...ns about the safety of such human trials, which he discusses in his Perspective. Source-Eurekalert...

Sex Education Not Effective In UK

...y carried out by issuing hands out information and discusses values, or an enhanced sex education class, where students and teachers role-play and work on skills like negotiating sexual encounters. The study highlights the areas that can deliver the strategies for achieving greater successes in bringing down r...

British Scientists condemn changes in regulation of Homeopathy

...f doctors and scientists. As the House of Lords discusses the new rules, the statement signed by these doctors and scientists has been released. However, according to the drug regulatory agency, the new regulations will benefit patients. The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) intro...

Estrens For Osteoporosis Might Have Adverse effects

.... Neill from The Journal of Clinical Investigation discusses the evidence for and against the use of estrens to treat osteoporosis, and concludes that we will have to wait for the completion of clinical trials before we have a definitive answer. Source-Eurekalert VK...

Three-Part Program To Lower Cholesterol

...e guide suggests ways to add fiber to the diet and discusses the value of plant stanols and sterols and which food products have them. In addition to what you eat, how much you move is also important for heart health. Lack of physical activity is an important risk factor for heart disease. Inactivity contri...

Lower Birth Rate and Fewer Girls under China’s one Child Polic

... ratio, they conclude. An accompanying editorial discusses the impact of this policy on China’s economy. ...

Early Intervention Of Smoking In Teens Essential To Avoid Dependence

... grade 7 students. In a related commentary, Klein discusses the challenges in helping young smokers quit and the need for stronger public health efforts to keep youth from starting in the first place. Source: Eurekalert...

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