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Tech Heads Go Gaga Waiting for Apple's IPhone
...pper.com. "Check out the full map of iPhone line imagery
so far, and weep for our nation," reads the intro at iPhone section of the site. "Of course, there's no reason you can't become part of the problem," it continues, urging visitors to send in their own video and pictures standing outside Apple store...
Australia Agonising Over the Problem of Cocaine Use by Lawyers
White powder on black silk. The imagery
is powerful and the prospect frightening. Australia is currently wracked by reports that many lawyers have turned to cocaine in a big way, throwing the entire legal system in disarray. Peter Hayes, for instance, once hailed as a brilliant advocate...
Disturbing TV Scenes may Intensify Stress
...of the 55 dreams collected before Sep 11 contained imagery
such as smoke, explosions, police and aircraft. ..., the students' chance of having a dream with that imagery
increased by 6 percent. A student who watched 12 hours of TV on the day of the attacks had a 70 p...
Stress brings about early onset of puberty
...ector certainly has not, drawing heavily on sexual imagery
in their marketing to young teens. Such marketing is likely to reinforce the confusion caused by separated physical and social puberty, rather than providing the information necessary to deal with it", the researchers explained. They said, "In the ...
Child-Proof: Brain Mapping Safer for Children than Previously Thought
...ears, such as smaller, softer catheters and guided imagery
also make angiograms in children safer. Each year, about 3,200 children suffer a stroke, up to half of whom develop permanent cognitive or motor disabilities. About one-third of them will have another stroke, and up to one-fifth of affected childre...
Higher Health Cost Due to Forest Fires
... and acute respiratory symptoms. Using satellite imagery
and monitoring stations, the researchers studied the effect of 2001 fire in Chisholm, Alberta, and the contributions of the fire to concentrations of particulate matter in the air. The researchers found the particulate matter to be well above the ai...
Study Finds That Brain Areas Of People With Autism Do Not Work In Coordination
...e was true or false. The sentences either had high imagery
content ("The number eight when rotated 90 degrees looks like a pair of eyeglasses") or low imagery
content ("Addition, subtraction and multiplication are all math skills.") The findings confirmed t...
Increased Risk of Hantavirus Forecast for U.S. Southwest
...EID) Program, is based on an analysis of satellite imagery
and is published in the July 12, 2006, edition of ..."Through this research, we've found that satellite imagery
can be used to identify the location and extent of infectious diseases spread by animals." To fore...
Ecological Changes affects human health, food security
...rity using remote sensing technology and satellite imagery
in order to acquire the proper balance between eco...or of Kansas State University has used a satellite imagery
to enable the study of changes in land use, and land cover and its related effect on human health an...
Satellite Imagery to monitor the Social Impact Of Geographical Changes
...te University, Doug Goodin, makes use of satellite imagery
to research the effect of land use and land cover //changes on human health and food security. Goodin uses, combines remote sensing with other types of data, to monitor and predict the spread of infectious diseases. Along with other scientists he...
‘Natural Spring’ Starts A Week Ahead Now Than Before: UNH Scientit
...ment in the northern hemisphere based on satellite imagery
of vegetative cover,” both observations supporting the findings. The remarkable thing about the findings, according to Wake, is the consistency. “Despite the fact that this evidence comes from a wide range of environments – the atmosphere, the bio...
Reflexology, complement therapy for breast cancer patients
... complementary therapy methods reflexology, guided imagery
and reminiscence therapy. “Reflexology is the one people stuck with the most during the eight-week protocol,” said Gwen Wyatt, a professor in MSU’s College of Nursing who headed the project. “It’s also the one that had the most positive outcomes.” Re...
Stress relief for Diabetics
...king, muscle relaxation, deep breathing and mental imagery
can help. Honaker has found that one of the best de-stressors is exercise. She says, "When you have stressful situations where the blood pressure wants to go up and the blood sugar wants to go up, then the exercise kind of counter balances that." He...