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Scot's National Drink, Now Available at 1,000 Pounds a Nip

...the tongue undiluted. The 1805 is smooth, has a hint of peach and a suggestion of vanilla, is warm, and with only a light lingering "smoke" to it. Gleneagles is confident there will be a market for the 1805 sonner than later. The Johnnie Walker 1805's nearest competitor in the Gleneagles bar is a ...

Help is Hard to Find for Child Sex Abuse Victims in India

...t of their sight," she recounted firmly but with a hint of lingering anger. Unlike many children in India who are abused, she said she was lucky to eventually find a place where she could talk about her experience and break the bad habits she developed to cope with what was happening. "I've dealt with...

Pride, Even the Hubristic Kind, Allows Us to Survive

...nt grin, a little inflated chest and hands on hips hint a person's pride. The researchers also found that when a person experiences authentic pride, he or she was more expected to score high on extraversion, agreeableness, genuine self-esteem and conscientiousness. On the other hand Hubristic pride was ...

'Missing Link' Stem Cells may Shorten Path to Therapies

... in an e-mail. "These are exciting findings that hint at ways in which it may be possible to alter the culture conditions for human embryo stem cells in order to make their maintenance more straightforward and malleable," he said after reviewing the studies. Kevin Eggan, a researcher at the Harvard St...

Anti-osteoporosis Drugs Could Result in Irregular Heart Rhythm, New Study

... Reclast, given as an annual shot. But there was a hint of similar trouble in a few women who took the leading osteoporosis pill, Fosamax by Merck & Co. They are all at risk for a condition called atrial fibrillation, an irregular heart rhythm that can cause strokes. Though it is still uncertain how big...

Journal Sleep: Advanced Cancer Patients Have Less Quality Sleep

... since in cancer, an initial sign of a symptom may hint the underlying cause of that symptom and, thus, indicating the need of a more effective symptom management," said Mystakidou. "Poor sleep quality must be taken into account when treating cancer patients. Clinicians must appreciate the often multifact...

Anti-osteoporosis Drugs Could Result in Irregular Heart Rhythm, New Study

... Reclast, given as an annual shot. But there was a hint of similar trouble in a few women who took the leading osteoporosis pill, Fosamax by Merck & Co. They are all at risk for a condition called atrial fibrillation, an irregular heart rhythm that can cause strokes. Though it is still uncertain how big...

CT Scans may Not Benefit Lung Cancer Patients

...udy, said conclusively, “We don’t think there is a hint of a benefit.” The team feels that screening had perhaps led to the detection and treatment of cancers that did not need to be treated at all. They might not have grown enough in the person’s lifetime to cause any harm. On the other hand, treat...

Chronic Kidney Diseases is the Lot of 500 Million Adults Worldwide

...complicated urine tests and blood tests can give a hint of what is going wrong, doctors confirmed. It is important the public is made aware of the disease so that they could under go periodical medical check-ups. On World Kidney say, many free health screening programmes were organized to identify kidne...

Steroid Use Fails to Boost Pregnancy Rates in Infertility Treatments

... baby after each treatment cycle. That tantalizing hint of benefit may nevertheless encourage some practitioners to continue routine use of glucocorticoids for their IVF patients, said Randall Hines, M.D., director of the division of reproductive endocrinology and infertility at the University of Mississi...

Mobile Phone and Cancer – A Detailed Study to Understand the Risk

...f there is something happening. Because there is a hint and because the professional epidemiologists who I trust and who do this all the time feel there is a chance that this could be real, they can't rule out the possibility."...

Strong Evidence Suggests Incidence Of Mating Of Ancestors With Neanderthals

...ave emerged from Africa 200,000 years ago and also hint that they migrated to Europe later 40,000 years ago. Historical and archeological studies assess that Neanderthals who inhabited Europe for several centuries became extinct about 10,000 years ago. Majority of present day scientists have continued t...

HIV Takes Advantage of Rivalry among T cells

...us virus and immune system evolution, also gives a hint of a new strategy for using vaccines against the virus. The research, which is slated for publication in Physical Review Letters, is available online at http://arxiv.org/abs/q-bio.PE/0610018. "Competition among T cells exerts a small influence for ...

More is not Merry! Proposal to Ration Embryo to Women having IVF

...incubating on the proposals, though there is ample hint that the recommendations will see the light of day. Peter Bowen-Simpkins of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists said: 'A decision to recommend single embryo transfer to women under the age of 35 is a pragmatic step forwards, in an at...

The Dengue Virus Unplugged

...ght molecule? Last year, Gamarnik got her first hint when her group identified two RNA sequences located at the ends of the dengue virus genome. These short sequences interact during RNA replication, shaping the viral RNA genome into a circle. Gamarnik's team published those findings in the June 2005 i...

Measuring the Quantity of Information Passed on From the Eye to the Brain

...ing, PhD, Professor of Neuroscience. "Our findings hint that sluggish cells might be 'cheaper,' metabolically speaking, because they send more information per spike. If a message must be sent at a high rate, the brain uses the brisk channels. But if a message can afford to be sent more slowly, the brain u...

Is Melatonin Effective For Sleep

...undproof room with dim lighting, no windows and no hint of real time. The study extended for a period of four-weeks and the volunteers were kept on strict 20-hour cycles of sleep and wakefulness. This was done mainly to break the body's 24-hour clock. The study's lead author, James Wyatt, says that thi...

Almond Structure in the Brain Intrigues Researchers

...ings are intriguing because they provide the first hint of what could be a fundamental difference in how the brain is wired in men and women. If, even in a resting state, the brain shows such differences between the sexes, it could have far-reaching implications for our study of certain psychiatric and me...

Romantic and discreet trends in lingerie

...is tending toward discreet colors and forms with a hint of romance. The seductive undergarments require a little bit of self-restraint. "There's a lot being tried with embroidery. The garments aren't so opulent, rather more discreet," said Alexandra von Richthofen, an underwear expert quoted in the Germa...

Milk from cloned cows and meat safe to use: But at what cost?

...t for the past 2 years. However, there has been no hint about the future regulations that might be imposed. It's unlikely that cloned animals themselves will be sold any time soon because of the high expense. But their offspring may end up on the market if Health Canada follows the FDA lead. Starbuck has...

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