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New Implantable Device That Can Keep The Heart Ticking

...hythm like a pacemaker, but delivers an electrical jolt to reset the heart if that fails. Results show those who got the defibrillator were significantly less likely to die. During the initial follow up, 40 people in the standard treatment group passed away, compared to 28 in the defibrillator group. Aft...

More About The Coffee Bean Than Just A Heavenly Taste and Smell

...rch. // Coffee provides more than just a morning jolt and has been found to contain substances called as anti-oxidants, which are beneficial to the human body. Antioxidants in general have been linked to a number of potential health benefits, including protection against heart disease and cancer. Besi...

More Severe Earthquakes May Hit Kashmir In Future

...in Kashmir started in 1501, culminating in a major jolt in 1555. "Although these records are not very accurate or detailed, I think we have enough to use the 1501 and the 1555 earthquakes as a template for the region. I would think that the present earthquake would be equivalent to the one in 1501 whic...

Argentine Meat Export business gets a jolt from Russia.

...isease in cattle in the province. Following this jolt a nationwide sanitary alert has been sounded in Argentina, the world's No.3 beef exporter. This was to ensure that the disease doesn't spread further. The worst part is that Russia is the top importer of fresh Argentine beef. As per rules and a set...

Losing Sleep over Money or Money over Sleep? Sleep over It!

...ng the prevailing ‘Sleep’ statistics would perhaps jolt anybody from a deep sleep. It is estimated that Americans have spent about $2.1 billion and about 35 million prescriptions for sleeping pills in 2004, according to Medco Health Solutions, Inc. Z pills—like Ambien and Lunesta, are ruling the sleepless...

Vitamin E: good, bad or ugly???

...ut the goodness of Vitamin E is about to receive a jolt as there are contradictions about it now.Researchers at Ohio State University who studied how two forms of vitamin E act once they are inside animal cells// have proposed the hypothesis. In the past couple of decades, benefits of vitamin E and other...

Jolt to Quit Smoking

...ors had seven times higher a chance of receiving a jolt from these devices to bring their heart into normal rhythm than nonsmokers with the device. // The study was conducted at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis .Eleven percent of cardiovascular deaths are related to smoking, and pre...

Knock on the Head – No Small Thing After Al

...ou with a hit in the head with the ball. While the jolt would most likely leave you feeling a little dizzy and queasy// you often just continue playing. The question is, should you? Dizziness and nausea are two signs of concussion—one of the least understood sports injuries, says Ned Shannon, head athle...

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(Date:4/18/2014)... School of Medicine researchers have been awarded two-year grants ... Nordisk announced this month. Of the 110 initial submissions ... Science Forum Program, only four projects were funded, three ... are Jonathan Powell, M.D., Ph.D.; G. William Wong, Ph.D.; ... a professor of oncology, will use his $500,000 proof ...
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(Date:4/17/2014)... recent papers by a University of Colorado School ... develop treatments or vaccines for Dengue fever, West ... disease-causing flaviviruses. , Jeffrey S. Kieft, PhD, associate ... School of Medicine and an early career scientist ... recently published articles in the scholarly journals ...
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