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How a man's mind really works

...on of the male psyche. Gurian, author of the 1996 groundbreaking book "The Wonder of Boys" and its follow-up "The Wonder of Girls," is no anti-feminist. He is married with two daughters, and his book mines the field of brain science to help improve relations between couples. Culture plays a part, but Gurian argue...

WHO and UNAIDS unveil plan to get 3 million AIDS patients on treatment by 2005

...o need it. The 3 by 5 initiative complements the groundbreaking commitments made by the United States under President Bush's HIV/AIDS Initiatives ($15 billion dollars for an enhanced AIDS response), the pathfinding work of NGOs (like MSF) and faith-based groups, the efforts of pharmaceutical companies to reduce t...

Good News for HIV Patients Also Suffering From Hepatitis C Virus

...in. Researchers say the results of this study are groundbreaking news for the hundreds of thousands of Americans who are living with both hepatitis C and HIV....

Surgery using gene therapy for Alzheimer’s patient

...ating disease, in La Jolla, California. The groundbreaking 11-hour procedure that took place on April 5 involved implanting genetically engineered cells into the brain of a 60-year-old woman from Oregon.// The cells, skin cells taken from the patient herself, were engineered to produce a substance cal...

Breakthrough In Stem Cell Work

... and cartilage found in the human jaw.They say the groundbreaking work may one day //lead to better treatments for the approximately 30 million people who suffer from temporomandibular disorders. The study started with adult stem cells taken from rats. Previous research has shown these cells can be coaxed to beco...

Women can now gauge their own future fertility

In a groundbreaking research, leading fertility expert, Professor Bill Ledger, of Sheffield University has developed a test, which will be able to predict how many viable eggs a woman has left//. The test, which is expected to be launched in January, will tell women w...

New Research To Study Brain Changes In Premature Births

...ew Proctor, of Action Medical Research said, "This groundbreaking study is interesting because it seeks to isolate one of the effects of premature birth, so that it can be identified earlier and the child given much more support to overcome any difficulties as soon as possible and it is well known that 10% of babie...

Florida State University declares a breathtaking study which might solve the Hepatitis C Virus maze and find a cure!

... Journal of Virology has the privilege to host the groundbreaking study that could change the way we look at hepatitis now. Put in to words by the researcher himself Dr. Tang said, "Our findings could prove critical to research on HCV's complex virus-host cell interactions and lead to better, targeted treatments....

Cost-effective Meningitis Vaccine To Be Launched In Africa

...researchers in the developing nations represents a groundbreaking approach in the competitive area of drug development....

New Test to Predict Birth Date

...the University of Toronto, Canada have developed a groundbreaking new test which can accurately// predict the delivery date of a pregnant woman. This would help to indicate women that are likely to go into early labor, which would help to prepare for special care, at the earliest. This could even include drugs to...

Oxygen-Induced Damage A Leading Cause For Parkinson’s Diseas

...o Parkinson’s disease, reports a new study. //This groundbreaking study conducted by neuroscientists at the University of Virginia Health System highlights that damage of complex I, a protein that plays a major role in the electron transport chain inside the mitochondria has been blamed for cellular damage in Parki...

A Correlative Study On The Link Between Education And The Leading Causes Of Preventable Death

In a groundbreaking new study, researchers from the Cornell University in the United States used rich microdata from the National Longitudinal Study //of Youth in 1979, to analyze the correlation between high school completion and the two leading preventable causes of d...

Immune Cells Destroy Bone In Gum Disease

...e harmful in gum disease," said Dr. Kawai. "It's a groundbreaking discovery because it truly gives a new understanding of periodontal disease, while also raising interesting questions about immune cells. We hope this work will help us save people's teeth in the future." Research Overview RANKL is a protein that...

Breast Feeding - The Key in Fighting Child Mortality in Africa

...e International Development Secretary, said: "This groundbreaking research could help save one million children's lives every year. What's so exciting about it is that the solution doesn't need costly medicines. We just need to get across the simple message to women that, unless they have HIV, breast-feeding from t...

Childhood abuse may hamper sufferers’ adult relationship

...w York University's Department of Psychology, used groundbreaking methods to study how two groups of adult women, those with a history of childhood abuse and those without, reacted to a stranger whose characteristics were similar to their own parent (or were not). The researchers found that for both groups, the par...

Drexel Research in Cytokines Could Treat Sepsis

...e University of Brighton in the U.K. have achieved groundbreaking results, which may significantly improve the treatment of sepsis. // Sepsis is an uncontrolled immune response to infection or severe trauma that results in 1,500 deaths worldwide every day, a scale comparable to those caused by lung and breast c...

Prestigious Wilson Award Goes To Yale Cell Biologist Joel Rosenbaum

...in 500 people. Rosenbaum has produced much of his groundbreaking research by studying cilia/flagella in single celled protistans, principally the bi-flagellate alga, Chlamydomonas. Cilia are best studied in organisms like Chlamydomonas because their structure has been conserved even to humans, and they can be grow...

Research In A New Direction To Develop Innovative Psychotropic Drugs

...r mental illness, and right now that means we need groundbreaking new research that will result in new medications that are both more effective and have fewer side effects than drugs currently on the market," noted Dennis Charney, MD, Dean of Academic and Scientific Affairs for Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Pr...

Dr. Reddy's To Launch 'Polypill' For Treating Heart Disease

...ersity of Auckland, New Zealand, for trials of the groundbreaking 'polypill' that combines four medicines including aspirin and statin, commonly used to treat heart ailments. India records nearly 2.8 million deaths a year due to cardio-vascular diseases. 'Trials in India are underway. We are conducting trials o...

Plastic May Be Poisoning Oceans: Scientists

...than the diameter of a human hair. In 2004 their groundbreaking study reported finding particles on beaches around Britain. Historical records of samples taken by ships plying routes between Britain and Iceland confirmed that the incidence of particles had been increasing over the years. Scientists are worried ...

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