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Painkiller Linked to Deaths

...d Purdue Pharma told that the DEA conclusions were inherently flawed. In a statement, the privately held drug maker said the DEA analysis suffered from serious methodological flaws that undermined its conclusions. The company also observed that the DEA analysis failed to establish OxyContin as the direct cause...

Acrolein may be the key to halting spinal cord damage

...radicals, detoxifying them. While there is nothing inherently wrong with this approach, Shi said, it might not be getting at the root of some health problems. "Antioxidants are good scavengers of free radicals, and it's certainly wise to have plenty of them circulating in your bloodstream," he said. "The trou...

Mini motor for micromedical applications

..., but electromechanical or piezoelectric, they are inherently non magnetic, which, with proper choice of materials, would allow them to be used in surgery performed using magnetic resonance imaging,” says Uchino. Initially, piezoelectric motors were made with tubes of piezoelectric materials, but they proved t...

All Work And No Play Makes Jack A Dull Boy

... of demanding work schedules being concentrated in inherently riskier industries or jobs, contradicting the existing belief that people who work longer have more dangerous jobs or that those who have dangerous jobs work longer hours. Working longer hours, such as at least 12 hours a day, was associated with a ...

PET scans may help deciding surgery for epilepsy

...aditionally required a separate preliminary -- and inherently risky -- surgical procedure. Epilepsy is a chronic illness of the brain. In a subset of cases, the seizures always begin the same, identifiable area of the brain, then spread to other areas. Surgery to remove the area where seizures start can be saf...

MP3s And iPods Can Damage Hearing

... Paul R. Kileny revealed that such devices are not inherently unhealthy and will inflict damage only if not used in the proper manner. Most people find them irresistible, and use them for hours together, which will definitely affect hearing, according to him. If conversations and other noises are blocked, th...

Apple Accused Of Causing Hearing Impairment

...ge hearing and Patterson claims that the iPods are inherently defective in design and are not sufficiently adorned with adequate warnings. Though the iPod's user's manual does include a warning that ‘permanent hearing loss may occur if earphones or headphones are used at high volume,’ the suit contends that A...

Early Man Was A Prey Rather Than A Predator

...from a basic Judeo-Christian ideology of man being inherently evil, aggressive and a natural killer. In fact, when you really examine the fossil and living non-human primate evidence, that is just not the case," Sussman said. Sussman and his co-author, Donna L. Hart, focused their research on one specific speci...

A Sneak Preview of Human’s Susceptibility to Auto Immune Disease, Allergy, Asthm

...m consideration because their medical records were inherently unreliable. But such comparisons are avoided by the federal health authorities. <br...

Good news: there is no threat of bird flu confirms US

...s. "It is entirely conceivable that this virus is inherently programmed that it will never be able to go efficiently from human to human," he said. "Hopefully the epidemic (in birds) will burn itself out, which epidemics do, before the virus evolves the capability of being more efficient in going from human to...

Big Brands Ensure Lasting Influences In Dietary Choices.

...r sweets, fats and oils, and salt. Mega-brands are inherently the most-wanted by consumers, so supermarkets must have them to sell. Brand preferences are often passed from grandparents to parents to children and are deeply ingrained in our eating culture." Tilloston recommends the institution of healthier br...

Breast-Feeding In Public – Will The Society Accept It

...ciety ought to support breastfeeding as a natural, inherently humane, biological act, as basic and essential as breathing.’ Source: Eurekaler...

Breastfeeding Mothers Arrested For Public Indecency

...ciety ought to support breastfeeding as a natural, inherently humane, biological act, as basic and essential as breathing.’ Source: Eurekalet...

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

... discuss on the focus whether the men's brain suit inherently better for science than women.// Instead of giving a conceptual argument on the similarities and differences among the gender he has lived as both and proved. Barres' experience as a female-to-male transgendered person led him to write a pointed co...

Personal Growth and Success Dependent on Prenatal Health

...lumbia University). Detecting delayed effects is inherently difficult, and Almond ingeniously utilizes census microdata from three decades – including not only birth year, but birth quarter – to analyze the adult economic outcomes of those exposed in utero to the 1918 influenza pandemic. Twenty-five million p...

Novel genetic blood test

...ved in the research, said: "Blood transfusions are inherently safe. But with the compatibility between the donor and the recipient being tested using serological techniques, there is a significant section of the population that suffer serious illness and side effects after receiving multiple transfusions of blo...

Insight Into Tanning Process Suggests Novel Way to Prevent Skin Cancer

... dark, proving that melanocytes in redheads aren’t inherently unable to make pigment if appropriately stimulated. Further experiments showed that not only can red-haired mice be given tans without exposing them to UV light, but this sunless tanning process is virtually indistinguishable from that in dark-hair...

"Dynamic Energy Landscape" of enzyme in Catalysis

...espite considerable evidence that many enzymes are inherently flexible, the fundamental mechanisms by which protein fluctuations couple with catalytic function remain poorly understood. In the new conformational model, a small number of minor conformational sub-states that resemble the ligand-bound conformation...

Fire Fighters Prone To Cancer Risk

...nvironmental Medicine. 'Fire fighters work in an inherently dangerous occupation on a daily basis. As public servants, they need and deserve additional protective measures that will ensure they aren't at an increased cancer risk,' said LeMasters. Source-IANS...

Nanotechnology Used For Detecting Viruses

...nose viruses failed because the signal produced is inherently weak. But UGA physics professor Yiping Zhao and UGA chemistry professor Richard Dluhy experimented with several different metals and methods and found a way to significantly amplify the signal. Using a method they’ve patented, they place rows of si...

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