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FDA Nanotechnology Task Force takes positive step forward

...gently needs more resources to do what needs to be done on nanotechnology—and do it urgently—along with the many other challenges the agency faces.   Source:Nanotechnologies...

A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...sted in knowing their risk unless something can be done to reduce that risk. A pill a day keeps Alzheimer’s away In the late 1990s, Dr. Golde’s research group as well as other investigators discovered that compounds that inhibited production of AB actually inhibited AB40 more than AB42. As AB42 appear...

First Baby Born from Eggs Matured and Frozen in the Lab

... Though the maturation of eggs in the lab has been done before, leading to healthy births, and the freezing of eggs is a well-established procedure, this is the first time that all these procedures have been linked into a successful birth. Three more women from the 20 participants in the study are also ...

Those Who Cure can Kill Dire Prophesy of the doctors Plot

...Mick Keelty, said last night that Haneef "may have done nothing wrong and may at the end of the day be free to go." Haneef was arrested after a tip-off from British authorities, he said and stressed the AFP was acting on their behalf. A spokeswoman for North Cheshire Hospitals in the UK said that both...

Annual Tobacco-related Deaths to Reach 8.3 Million by 2030

...percent of them occurring in Asia, unless more is done to tighten trans-border controls on the trade, international health experts warned Monday. "The only two epidemics that are encountering a major increase in the next 20 years are the tobacco epidemic and the HIV/AIDS epidemics," said Douglas Bettche...

Bird Flu in Asia Still High Risk Says WHO Official

... "I think countries in this part of the world have done a lot to fight the virus. But in spite of it, the virus is still circulating," said Shigeru Omi, WHO's regional director for the Western Pacific. "This is the challenge. We remain concerned. We must avoid human transmission," he told reporters at t...

Adult Stem Cells Show Promise for Peripheral Vascular Disease

...63 Hospital. The study followed previous studies done in the laboratory and pre- clinical work done in rabbits. "There is evidence demonstrating significant improvement in the quality of life of pat...

Drinking Problem Plagues 30% Americans

... Medical Centre analyzed a survey of 43,093 people done in 2001 and 2002. Dr Deborah Hasin, from the Columbia University Medical Center and her colleagues analyzed the data from face to face interviews with a representative cross section of the American population.The survey results published in the curre...

Five Killed by Methane Gas on Virginia Farm

...hes of manure. "It was probably something he had done a hundred times," Sheriff Donald Farley said. "There was gas in there and he immediately succumbed." Believing Showalter had suffered a heart attack, police said, a farmhand followed him moments later and also passed out. That's when another farm...

Mother Donates Eggs So Daughter can Give Birth

...oblem and she had to give a kidney, she would have done it too." In an interview with the BBC, Melanie Boivin she said she wanted to do "everything in my power to help" her daughter, adding that she would never force her to accept her eggs if she did not want to. "I just want her to have the option," ...

Prions Prevent Alzheimers Disease

...heimers. However, theres still a lot of work to be done in looking at levels of prions in the human system and how these may alter as we age....

Stray Kerala Dogs Face Keyhole Surgery to Control Birth Rate

...o undertake this programme. According to a study done in Hyderabad and other places, this is the best way to control the birth of dogs....

Sporty Spice Fears That She Might Never Get Pregnant

...sed during her days as a member of Spice Girls has done permanent damage to her health. The singer said t...opped and my bones became very fragile. I may have done permanent damage. I hope Im still in with a chance, she added. The 32-year-old, who is in a relati...

A Drug That Helps Cut Alcohol Craving

...trial and continued using the drug. I wish theyd done an analysis to see if the people who suffered those side effects were the same people who drank less. Perhaps some of the reduction in drinking may have been because they didnt feel so good, rather than because the drug just took away an urge to drin...

India's Share in Global Diabetes Research is One Percent

Not enough work is being done on diabetes research in India, even though the cou... of Medical Research, in an assessment of the work done on the subject in India, says: Scientists from India published a total of 3068 papers during the 30 ...

New Strategy to Counter Problem Drinking

...trial and continued using the drug. I wish theyd done an analysis to see if the people who suffered those side effects were the same people who drank less. Perhaps some of the reduction in drinking may have been because they didnt feel so good, rather than because the drug just took away an urge to drin...

An Inconvenient Truth-Coal to Liquid

...r and its chief researcher on clean fuels. "Weve done testing for 25 companies, both large petroleum companies and small startup companies," he says. "North America is one of the worlds largest coal-reserve regions. Its petroleum is declining, but coal is still the largest resource. If the United Stat...

Flu Outbreak Among Children Feared in Western Australia

...or for the flu vaccination if they had not already done so. "Parents whose children have cold- or flu-like symptoms, including a cough and a fever, should see their general practitioner," said Dr Van Buynder. He said one of the children had been identified with having the influenza A virus, which is c...

New Blood Vessels can Be Created from Bone Marrow Stem Cells: Study

...an alternative to venous grafts that are routinely done in patients undergoing coronary bypass operations, the disadvantages of which include limited availability of vessels, pain and discomfort at the donor site, and a high 10-year failure rate. During the course of study, the researchers used a fluore...

Inaccuracies in Cardiac PET-CT Scanning

...s and correctly aligning PET and CT images. When done properly, PET-CT produces absolutely perfect image...sults for different reasons. Pure PET or PET-CT done properly are the best non-invasive tests for early coronary heart disease or for assessing its sever...

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