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DNA and clones

...ne itself, as soon as it is broken and rejoined or inverted - as soon as its spatial condition changes in the nucleus - the condition arises."For the first time, thisenables us allows us to think about how human genetic diseases can result not just by mutating gene sequences, but also by placing genes in the ...

Feelings Of Sympathy And Empathy Dictated by Personal Experience

.... Finally, in a further experiment the scientists inverted the task. They asked the patients themselves to lift boxes and filmed them while they did so. It was found out that the patients, because of their lack of self-perception, were unable to adjust their movements to their expectations of the weight of t...

Novel Technique For Management Of Inverted Papilloma Of Frontal Sinus

...pective review of the results of all patients with inverted papilloma from 2000 to 2004. Researchers used endoscopy to remove large inverted papillomas in 18 people, aged 36 to 74, and found this method worked well in these patients. ...

Physicians should encourage US women to breastfeed

... or soreness, engorged breasts, insufficient milk, inverted nipples and busy work of the mother. The researchers feel that physicians should advise and encourage the pregnant women about the benefits of breastfeeding which would help number of pregnant women to start breastfeeding....

New Laparoscopic Surgery to Correct Vaginal Vault Prolapse Is Effectual Than the Conventional Surgery

...lps to think of the vagina like a tube sock that's inverted out. For some women, the vagina can come completely out -- like three to five inches."This problem can be devastating both physically and socially," he says. "Sometimes the patients can hardly walk."The new laparoscopic surgery has advantages over th...

Cake Walk – Plum Treats Sell Like 'Hot Cakes' During Christma

...ost a month before Christmas. The cake is normally inverted and stored in an airtight container. A small quantity of brandy, whisky or sherry is poured into the holes of the cake, - called 'feeding' the cake, till Christmas arrives. And the rest is history! So, as you arrange the goodies and prepare for the...

Scientists Reverse Mad Cow Disease in Mice

In a significant finding the scientists have inverted the early symptoms of mad cow disease in mice. A team of scientists from Medical Research Council led by Dr.Giovanna// Mallucci were able to outline the role of drugs in the treatment of this deadly disease. This team was able to divest the mice fr...

Condition That Causes Irregular Periods Can Lead to Fertility Problems

...e ovary in such a way that the ovary looks like an inverted golf ball. Among women with PCOS, each cyst likely contains a small egg that cannot be released because the hormonal environment prevents that from happening. This leads to an endocrine, or hormonal, disorder in which the egg cannot be ovulated fr...

Severe PTSD Damages Children's Brains: Study

...ical effects of increasing amounts of stress to an inverted U. "One common treatment for PTSD is to help a sufferer develop a narrative of the traumatic experience. But if the stress of the event is affecting areas of the brain responsible for processing information and incorporating it into a story, that tre...

Scientists Have Invented New Device to Reap Fresh Water from the Air

... natures leaves and spider cobwebs and designed an inverted pyramid that can collect fresh water from dew in t...cts designed a four-sided structure shaped like an inverted pyramid, with each panel about 10 feet tall. At night, dew drops bead up on both the tops and unde...

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