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Cognitive Test Takers and Score Variation

... Accordingly, Salthouse has come to believe that everyone has a range of typical performances, a one-person bell curve. Any given test will net a performance somewhere along that curve, as when a hitters good and bad days are factored into a seasonal batting average. Some persons scores would hew more clo...

Anchoring Lives Aboard Warship: Nimitz

... States, has sailed off the Chennai coast . While everyone talked about the possible radiation from the nuclear reactors powering the ship and debated over if the ship had nuclear weapons on board or not, very few knew of the F-16 and F-18 Hornets and Super Hornets, the world's best fighter aircrafts, and on...

New Strategy to Counter Problem Drinking

...h you dont cause the person to be abstinent. Not everyone who seeks alcohol treatment is ready to consider a lifetime without alcohol, so an abstinence goal can be a barrier for some people considering help. Many health professionals are convinced that a harm reduction approach can draw more people into t...

Inaccuracies in Cardiac PET-CT Scanning

...T proved ideal for cancer, body and brain imaging, everyone assumed its application to the heart would work with the same protocols and software a big mistake. Gould, a preventive cardiologist, has been using traditional PET imaging throughout his medical career to detect heart disease, to determine the ne...

Eyeglass Guide Launched That Aids in Choosing the Right Eyewear

... preventable forms of blindness, it's critical for everyone to be vigilant in getting regular eye exams and to do all they can to protect the health of their eyes -- both now and in the future," Tisch added. According to Tisch, the guide will encourage consumers to think of their glasses as more than just a...

Eco-architecture Takes Root in Thailand, but Growth is Slow

...en Soontorn built his first eco-home 15 years ago, everyone thought he was mad, he says. But in the past 10 years, he has designed about 200 homes, as well as a university and a handful of commercial properties. "Now the impact is not strong, but it is getting there. With global warming, it is a sign that p...

Dotted All Over? - Count Yourself Lucky

... or raised, smooth or rough. Accordingly, almost everyone has at least 10 moles, which generally develop in childhood or adolescence and tend to disappear from middle age. The average number in people with white skin is 30 but some people can have as many as 400. Moles can occasionally turn cancerous. Near...

WBC Selective About Sugar

...help the human body fight infection. Previously, everyone thought that these key cells of the immune system weren't picky and would eat anything that looked foreign, adds Fink, who is also an MIT professor of biology. Ifat's work has shown that the cells aren't little Pac-Men, but can discriminate one patho...

Walking is Vital to Keep Yourself Fit

...better. But activity is not easy. If it were easy, everyone would do it....

Walking Really is the Best Way to Keep Healthy

...better. But activity is not easy. If it were easy, everyone would do it," he added. Dr Levine's editorial appears in the July issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings....

Strategies for the Summer

Summer times are happy times when everyone wants to be outdoors in the open air rather than cooped up inside the house. But being out in the open summer for too long, can take its toll in way of heat strokes and excessive sun exposure. This is warning issued by the Vancouver Island Health Au...

Sun Protection Ignored Despite Warnings

...sing dramatically, so it is vitally important that everyone is aware of how to protect themselves from the har...rly enough the disease can be treated. That is why everyone should know the signs and symptoms of the disease and visit their doctor immediately if in any doubt...

Paris at Her Self-obsessive Best

...nking, dancing, singing along to songs, talking to everyone and hugging all the girls at her table," a source told People magazine....

Many Sceptical of Healing Hand Treatment Practiced in Europe

...s it by putting a hand on his tummy . Just about everyone would agree that laying a hand on a part of the body that's not well could have a calming effect. This is a principle of Reiki, an esoteric treatment originating in Japan that has spread through Western Europe bringing controversy along with it. "R...

New Technology Transforming Life for the Deaf

... things, you end up being able to communicate with everyone as anyone addressing a congress would do by using basic English" as a catch-all language, he explains....

Treat Every Patient as a Potential Organ Donor, British Health Official Says

...s the world. Perhaps one way out could be treating everyone as a potential donor unless they explicitly refuse to consent , Sir Liam Donaldson, Englands Chief Medical Officer has suggested. He has noted that current severe shortage only leads to the deaths of hundreds of patients on waiting lists each year....

TB Traveler Underwent Surgery to Remove Infected Lung Tissue

... highly risky one not only for the patient but for everyone in the room. There was a risk of infecting the surgeons, nurses and observers. The medical team especially the observers had to wear special air-tight masks and head put in a hood. Special procedures were under taken to check whether the hoods were...

Sexual Abuse Payout Re-opens Old Wounds

...victims nationwide. But it also points up that not everyone was treated the same, especially people who first brought cases years ago and settled for much less. Lawyers said they did the best they could under the imperfect rules of the civil justice system."All you can do is measure the legal implications ...

Food Cravings are Linked to Weight Managenemt

...eight control. Cravings are really normal; almost everyone has them, says corresponding author Susan Roberts, PhD, director of the USDA HNRCAs Energy Metabolism Laboratory. At the start of the study, 91 percent of the participants reported having food cravings, which are defined as an intense desire to eat a...

Texan Battles Flesh-eating Bacteria Contracted While Swimming

...ths in the United States, the agency says. While everyone who eats seafood should be aware of the risk of infection, healthy swimmers don't need to worry, said Dr. Robert Atmar, a professor at Houston's Baylor College of Medicine who specializes in infectious disease. "I wouldn't alter (swimming) activiti...

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(Date:9/18/2014)... 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Daily supplements of selenium or ... development of age-related cataracts among men, a new study ... or both could help prevent cataracts. To investigate this ... Harvard Medical School in Boston, and his colleagues examined ... vitamin E. The trial was initially designed to study ...
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(Date:9/18/2014)... manipulate spoken language is unique to humans. "The genetic ... of human evolution to make this possible are largely ... now have," says Wolfgang Enard, Professor of Anthropology and ... the molecular biological basis of language Enard has now ... latest study, undertaken in collaboration with scientists at several ...
(Date:9/18/2014)... Dogs generally seem to be cheerful, happy-go-lucky characters, so ... outlook on life. , In fact some dogs ... University of Sydney shows. , "This research is ... in dogs objectively and non-invasively. It offers researchers and ... and how that changes," said Dr Melissa Starling, from ...
(Date:9/18/2014)... that when people are too stressed they are often ... Brain Mind Institute (BMI) at EPFL have just highlighted ... chronic stress and the loss of social skills and ... a synaptic regulatory molecule in the brain. This was ... . , Carmen Sandi,s team went to look ...
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