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Transgender Experience - A Tool to Analyze Gender Difference By Stanford Scientist

... to different standards, people are blind to their inherent biases, Barres said. In his commentary Barres points to data from a range of studies showing bias in science. For example, when a mixed panel of scientists evaluated grant proposals without names, men and women fared equally well. However, competin...

A word of caution about human milk

Health Canada has warned about the inherent risks involved in the consumption of breast milk from absolute strangers.// The human milk is capable of causing food poisoning if it is contaminated with viruses. There are chances that the human milk carries remnants of drugs or medication, whic...

Dietary Changes of Little Help to Cancer Patients

...report was a ‘very good paper’, he stressed on the inherent limitations that trials focusing on disease prevention, have inherent. He also said, ‘They can't last long enough [to obtain definitive answers].’ It's also difficult to get study participants to comply with specific interventions over an extended ...

Revolutionary Net To Control Malaria

... construction of the nets whilst maintaining their inherent breath ability, strength and durability." Dr Alexander said: "Not only is this potentially a safer and cheaper method of protecting people, it will also avoid the problem of chemical resistance. We're already seeing bedbugs in the mattresses covered...

Revolutionary Net To Control Malaria

... construction of the nets whilst maintaining their inherent breath ability, strength and durability." Dr Alexander said: "Not only is this potentially a safer and cheaper method of protecting people, it will also avoid the problem of chemical resistance. We're already seeing bedbugs in the mattresses covered...

Breast Milk: The Mother of All Milk for Infants

...gust 1-Aug 7, 2006) will endeavor to celebrate the inherent wholesomeness of breast milk for infants, by disseminating vital information of its benefits, which is indeed a significant stepping stone for children. A wealth of research has substantiated that breast milk is ideal nourishment for infants during...

Human Embryonic Stem Cells Could Be Later Used In Therapeutic Cloning

...it was found that embryonic stem cell research has inherent characteristics which make it pluripotent and totipotent. This sets aside the embryonic stem cell from that of the other normal adult cells. These characteristics could be later used to replace diseased or damaged cells with healthy cells. The stud...

Elusive Step In DNA Mutation Uncovered By Researchers

...'s control mechanism," said Landman. "Perhaps such inherent complexity guards us from harmful mutagenetic events occurring more frequently, and it is possible that similar principles may hold in other important processes of biological relevance." "This type of research requires the development of new modeli...

Model of Internal Clocks Reveals How Jet Lag Disrupts the System

...l components overshoot as well, depending on their inherent circadian time and their connectivity with the master clock. For example, the peripheral components that already tend to lag actually try to catch up by backtracking, achieving a leap forward of six hours by delaying themselves 18 hours. So what is...

Brain protein expression can be damaged with prolonged alcohol exposure

...he procedure allowed nonintrusive monitoring of an inherent behavior. Processes known as 2-D electrophoresis and MALFI-TOF mass spectrometry were used to identify proteins in the central nervous system that showed increased or decreased expression. The photographs showed that after a week of alcohol expos...

Many Medical Students Unprepared for Skilled Prescribing

...ribing is becoming increasingly difficult, and the inherent risks of adverse reactions and interactions have increased, they add. Tomorrow’s doctors need a firm grounding in the principles of pharmacology and clinical pharmacology, linked to practical therapeutics, so that they can weigh up the potential bene...

Medical intervention , a prominent cause of emergency caesarians

...s. The Royal Women's has placed on the table the inherent risks associated with medical intervention during the first labor. The Royal Women's, the biggest maternity hospital, in Victoria, delivered 6030 babies last year. The statistics for the number of caesareans was 10 per cent below the state average. ...

Pharmaceutical Companies Banned from Giving Gifts at Stanford

...rtwined with health care corporations that have an inherent interest in promoting their own products. Dr. Philip Pizzo, dean of the School of Medicine at Stanford said, "It is essential that medical professionals and scientists reclaim the moral high ground and avoid the appearances of conflict of interest....

"Dynamic Energy Landscape" of enzyme in Catalysis

...g design. "There is a growing awareness that the inherent motions of proteins are essential to their functions," said Peter Wright, who is chair of the Scripps Research Department of Molecular Biology and a member of the Skaggs Institute for Chemical Biology at Scripps Research. "The importance of this stud...

Infection Risk High With All IVDs

...turers//, all intravascular devices (IVDs) have an inherent risk of bloodstream infections in hospitalized adult patients. An IVD is any device that allows access to the bloodstream, but the catheter is the most commonly used device. As many as 500,000 IVD-related bloodstream infections occur in the United S...

Veggies ensure the brain doesn’t vegetat

...tion of Vitamin E and other antioxidants. The fats inherent in the healthy oils assist in keeping cholesterol low and arteries devoid of plaque, which in effect contributes in keeping the brain healthy. Dr. Meir Stampfer of Harvard's School of Public Health said "This is a sound paper and contributes to ou...

Dementia Care Intervention Eases Burden for Families

...iding the skills necessary to better cope with the inherent stress of round-the-clock care and helping manage troublesome behaviors in both the care recipient and themselves. A certified interventionist provided 12 one-on-one sessions over six months. Nine sessions took place in the caregiver’s home, and t...

Doctors in Scotland Prescribe Homeopathic or Herbal Remedies

... remedies correct in stating that the difficulties inherent in trailing such therapies make evidence irrelevant. “Whatever the arguments, our study shows an apparent acceptance of homeopathic and herbal medicine within primary care, including extensive use in children and young babies. We believe that these...

Traditional Tattoos are Proving to Be Lethal

...f infection control. She also says that this is an inherent artwork but involves a lot of risk and best ways to control infection have to be implemented. Since three clients of the tattooist have fallen ill, he is under investigation and has agreed to stop work. kml...

Innocuous Blood Test Pitches in as Heart Risk Barometer

...levels of a particular protein, is an indicator of inherent heart disease risk, evidently eight times more pronounced to suffer a heart failure, heart attack or stroke. This test focuses on locating a particular protein and ascertaining its levels; the test promises to be a reliable method to segregate patie...

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