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Caloric Restriction in Non-obese People Extends Life Span

...ee-radical production by inducing the formation of efficient mitochondria. Civitarese and colleagues enrolled... the possibility that SIRT1 may contribute to more efficient metabolism, less oxidative stress, and increase longevity in humans as it does in lower organism. ...

U.S. Child Health System Needs Total Overhaul

...rked in the past, but it is not very effective and efficient for a competitive business, nor is it appropriate for a health system that needs to produce health outcomes that will help our children compete in the future.” Soure-Newswise SRM...

U.S. Child Health System Needs Total Overhaul

...rked in the past, but it is not very effective and efficient for a competitive business, nor is it appropriate for a health system that needs to produce health outcomes that will help our children compete in the future.” The UCLA School of Public Health is dedicated to enhancing the public’s health by conduc...

Sleep Problems of Women

... they are often the most productive, organized and efficient members of the staff. But it does point out the need for employers and our society as a whole to support them better.” Lee said women needed more flexible work hours, onsite child care, shuttle services and good joints which offer take-home meals f...

A New Drug for Halting Metastatic Kidney Cancer

... sunitinib treatments found that sunitinib is more efficient in halting the progress of metastatic kidney cance...ney cancer and it was shown that sunitinib is more efficient in halting the progress of the disease. 101 medical centres from all over the world took part in the...

Family Planning Method is as Effective as the Contraceptive Pill

... “For a contraceptive method to be rated as highly efficient as the hormonal pill, there should be less than one pregnancy per 100 women per year when the method is used correctly. The pregnancy rate for women who used the STM method correctly in our study was 0.4%, which can be interpreted as one pregnancy oc...

'single–parent' stem cells to replace adult mice organ

...arental embryonic stem cells is actually much more efficient than generating embryonic stem cells by cloning," said K. John McLaughlin, an assistant professor in Penn's Department of Animal Biology and researcher at the Center for Animal Transgenesis and Germ Cell Research at Penn's New Bolton Center. "The fa...

QUT Scientists on the Way to Sifting Out a Cure for HIV

...ntifically known that a mesh structure is the most efficient form of filtration and we are the first group to successfully construct such a structure on a nanometre scale with ceramic fibres. "This modification has increased the rates of flow that pass through the membranes by at least ten times compared wit...

Researchers Improve Soy Processing by Boosting Protein and Sugar Yields

...are optimistic the technology can be effective and efficient in a full-size soy processing plant. Van Leeuwen said the ultrasonic treatments only require a few seconds and can be done in a pipeline connecting a plant's soy processing units. He also said the capital costs and power requirements for ultrasonics ...

Cloning From Mice Hair Follicle Stem Cell

...s. According to them this procedure// is much more efficient than the other existing procedures and could go a long way in different therapies. This study was undertaken by a team from Laboratory of Mammalian Cell Biology and Development at Rockefeller University in New York City and was published in the cur...

Madness- the Genius Connection

...estigation, says it was possible that while a more efficient link between the prefrontal cortex and striatum normally improves cognitive ability; it may have a negative effect when other genetic and environmental factors interfere. The result could be a predisposition to schizophrenia, which is known to be ...

New Microchip for Protein Sorting

...follow distinct migration trajectories, leading to efficient continuous-flow separation. The current sieve has an array of nanofluidic filters of about 55 nanometers, or billionths of a meter, wide. "The proteins to be sorted are forced to take two orthogonal paths. Each path is engineered with different sie...

Marked Increase of Cancer Cases Among Aging Population

...iving in Central and Eastern European countries if efficient national cervical cancer screening programmes were in place," said Prof Boyle. He concluded: "The increased burden of cancer incidence in Europe between 2004 and 2006, which is estimated to have risen by 300,000 to 3.2 million, demonstrates the imp...

GPs Suggested to Provide More Than Just Consultations

...enient, keep people out of hospital and are a more efficient use of NHS resources”, she added. <...

President’s Address on the ‘Tele-Radiology’ Set Up of Krst

...ntroduction of tele-radiology will not only enable efficient utilization of this scarce expertise but also enable training and continuing education of radiologists throughout the country. This can significantly improve access to imaging experts for needy patients living in remote or rural areas and also enable...

Make Healthcare Accessible, Affordable, Urges Kalam

...troduction of tele-radiology would not only enable efficient utilisation of this scarce expertise but also enable training and continuing education of radiologists throughout the country. The tele-network has been developed by KREST in partnership with Care Foundation, US Electronics and Electronics Corp of ...

A Novel Technique Nudges Genes Into Activity

...ying gene expression, Dr. Janowski said, it’s more efficient to use RNA to control both activation and de-activation at the level of the chromosome. "It goes right to the source, right to the faucet to turn the genes on or off," she said. Dr. Corey said many researchers have the ingrained idea that RNA on...

How Ion Channels are Organized to Control Nerve Cell Communication?

...sses may allow scientists to design better or more efficient drugs. Source-Eurekalert RI...

Scientists Assess Risk of Flu Pandemic Spread Via Global Airlines

...nd managed by the World Health Organization, as an efficient way to deal with an emerging influenza pandemic waiting for vaccine development. Source-Newswise...

ED Drugs - Safe and Effective for Diabetic Men

... to the general notion that this class of drugs is efficient and safe for this specific wide population." Together the drugs have "altered the management" of ED in general, but until now there had been no systematic review of how well the drugs work for diabetic men. Researchers concluded: "It is clear fro...

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(Date:7/9/2014)... active in almost all types of cancer sends the ... help fuel a tumour,s uncontrolled growth, new research suggests. ... identified a molecular trigger responsible for ratcheting up activity ... that makes the building blocks cancer cells need to ... pathway, called SREBP, controls the flow of messages to ...
(Date:7/9/2014)... of lung cancer, researchers have uncovered mutations in a ... The new knowledge may expand treatments for patients because ... available or are in clinical trials. , Reporting July ... Genome Atlas (TCGA), including researchers at Washington University School ... other institutions, studied tumors from 230 patients with lung ...
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(Date:7/9/2014)... drug users in Russia might contribute to HIV ... conducted by researchers from Boston University Schools of ... Petersburg Pavlov State University, sought to discover the ... of a cohort of HIV-positive people with lifetime ... arrested by police were more likely to share ...
(Date:7/9/2014)... and subjective, the human brain turns them into ... different senses, situations and even people, reports a ... , "We discovered that fine-grained patterns of neural ... the brain associated with emotional processing, act as ... feeling," says Anderson, associate professor of human development ...
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(Date:7/10/2014)... Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) researchers have created a ... retinitis pigmentosa (RP), a leading cause of vision loss. ... of induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cell technology to transform ... as a patient-specific model for disease study and preclinical ... H. Tsang, MD, PhD, showed that a form of ...
(Date:7/9/2014)... research has uncovered how a complex protein pivotal in ... is activated. The discovery answers a key question about ... which has been the subject of tens of thousands ... funding. , Jiazhen Zhang, a research student in Professor ... uncovered how the protein complex, called NF-κB, is activated. ...
(Date:7/9/2014)... associate professor of plant pathology and microbiology ... the 2014 Alexopoulos Prize by the Mycological ... the science of mycology the study of fungi ... plant pathogens, and medically important fungi. , The award ... mycologist. Stajich received the award last month in East ...
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