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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

... who, during an autopsy, were found to have brains full of the plaque. These patients may not be as sensitive to AB’s toxic effects as others are, some scientists speculate. But really, scientists can’t explain it. That is why Mayo Clinic researchers in Minnesota, Florida and Arizona are enrolling th...

Rosehips may Be an Effective Alternative for Rheumatoid Arthritis

...18 years. Of these, 74 stayed in the trial for the full six months. Thirty-three were randomly assigned to a group taking LitoZin on top of their regular medication. The remaining 41 were given a "dummy" capsule containing no active ingredients. The patients were asked to fill in standard questionnair...

Bio-defense Lab Ordered Shut Down as Researchers Get Infected

...o taking all appropriate steps to ensure we are in full compliance with all CDC and any other relevant policies and regulations," he said. The Sunshine Project, in a statement e-mailed to journalists today, said the problems it found at Texas A&M show that the US government needs to reduce the number of...

Dow Acquires Wolff Walsrode from Bayer

...d share transfers have occurred, and Dow has taken full ownership of the Wolff Walsrode group of companies on June 30, 2007. The acquisition will deliver considerable top line synergies for Dow, driven by application expertise and worldwide growth in demand for cellulosics. The acquisition is expected to...

Lost Sleep can Never Be Compensated for

...the end of the study, the animals were given three full days to sleep as much as they wanted. It was observed that they seldom recovered the sleep they had been deprived of during the five consecutive days in the immediate past. The findings support the recent human studies that suggested that chronic p...

Accused 13yr Old Admits to Stabbing Her Brother

...esdays testimony was the first time the jury heard full details of the murderous encounter. She also said she blamed herself for the Richardson family killings because she told her boyfriend she wished they were dead. If I didnt say those things, it wouldnt have happened, said the girl, believed to be...

Test-tube Babies: Mood Swings are Key to Fertility Choice

...n said he next planned to see whether giving women full and accurate information about risk influenced their decision on how many embryos should be transferred. 'If infertility patients were to gain a better understanding of the risks and benefits of transferring more or fewer embryos, and the acceptabi...

Medicaid Data Analysis

...rtments, or hospital outpatient departments. The full dataset of close to 126,513 beneficiaries ages 21 through 64 included 17,952 Medicaid beneficiaries with co-occurring disorders. Three-fourths of patients with co-occurring disorders were younger than age 45. Racial and ethnic minorities made up a su...

Anti-doping Rules Must Avoid Unsatisfactory Decisions: WADA

...imes reported. We are now looking forward to the full implementation of the World Anti-Doping Code by the ICC (which adopted the code in July 2006) and its national associations at the earliest, and to pursuing its cooperation with the ICC in the fight against doping in sport, WADA said. Early this we...

An Offbeat Suit With Electronic Monitor

... for people with dementia, enabling them to have a full life for as long as possible with a minimum level of intervention - and they can be monitored without having to learn to use a new device. The garments enable us to monitor peoples vital statistics and activity levels when they get up, walk around...

Autism Children can Be Diagnosed Within One Year of Age

...erence in helping children with autism reach their full potential. Researchers examined social and communication development in infants at high and low risk for ASD starting at 14 months of age and ending at 30 or 36 months (a small minority of the children exited the study at 30 months). Half of the ...

Napo Obtains Special Protocol Assessment Agreement From FDA for Crofelemer

...ll subjects complete the 28-day efficacy period. A full study analysis and final study report will be prepared at that time that will form the basis of a subsequent New Drug Application (NDA) filing to FDA. Subjects who complete the efficacy part of the study will be allowed to continue into an open-label...

Frustrated With Fad Diets One Man Sets Out to Weed Through The Jungle of Plans

...mmunity at large. For better or worse the world is full of so called diet plans that often lead to nothing but frustration. The internet is no exception diet plans pills potions and remedies are offered in every possible form online. One individual has set out to discover the truth from all the diet pla...

Concerns Raised Over Risks for Patients and Staff in Australian Hospital

...r redevelopment but recommends the most expensive full redevelopment of the two buildings at a cost of $41.7 million. But Health Minister John Hill responded with a statement, "The WCH is managing the identified risks associated with an ageing infrastructure and all other risks identified in the organi...

Tenaxis Medical Inc. Announces First Human Use of Vascular Sealant

...place and the artery-graft junction was exposed to full arterial pressure. Dr James Zimmerman, a vascular surgeon with Pacific Coast Cardiac & Vascular Surgeons, Redwood City, California, attended the first surgery and said "the procedure went flawlessly, the product was deployed over the top of the sut...

Benefits From the Use of the Internet in Healthcare Applications Highlighted

...ate Communications, rmtheodore@frost.com with your full name, company name, title, telephone number, e-mail address, city, state and country....

An Electronic Shirt That Monitors Your Hearts Health

... for people with dementia, enabling them to have a full life for as long as possible with a minimum level of intervention. They can also be monitored without having to learn to use a new device, he said. The garments enable us to monitor peoples vital statistics and activity levels when they get up, ...

European Commission Seeks To Dispel The Darkness Out Of Sunscreens

...inimum amount is 2mg per cm the equivalent of six full teaspoons. Says Nina Goad, of the British Association of Dermatologists: Removing terms like 100 per cent protection will help dispel the myth that using sunscreen means you can lie out in the sun for hours without having to worry about skin damag...

Vegas Couples Hope Sevens Will Be Lucky Wedding Day

...oined as one at 9:30 am Saturday, Las Vegas was in full swing -- not enjoying blackjack or Wayne Newton, but that other Vegas specialty: the quickie wedding. "Every marriage needs a little luck to go with the love." Balcita said. Couples tied the knot in chapels all over the city Saturday, eager to e...

Signalife Recorder Transmits Heart Rate Data From Champ Car Driver in Real-Time

...ansmission, the novel ECG recorder can store three full clinical-bandwidth ECG channels in the internal re...eveloped a novel ECG recorder capable of acquiring full clinical-bandwidth data from drivers participating in the Champ Car racing. "The data that we have b...

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