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Former US Vice President Al Gores Son Continues to Be Dogged by Drug Abuse Problem.

...s trip, appearing at a rally in Nashville, while a latter portion of the trip was canceled. Many are puzzled that despite such close family attention, the son should be running into drug problems time and again....

Snack Foods Fortified With Fiber

... are taken to a drying oven or a freeze dryer, the latter of which Alavi said produced higher-quality flour. Then the dried ropes were ground back into flour, ready to use for baking. "The more fiber you add, the more the dough quality deteriorates," Alavi said. "We're hoping this process will increase so...

Now, Fibre-enriched Tasty Snacks in the Making

... are taken to a drying oven or a freeze dryer, the latter of which Alavi said produced higher-quality flour. Then the dried ropes were ground back into flour, ready to use for baking. "The more fibre you add, the more the dough quality deteriorates. We're hoping this process will increase some of the prop...

Prostitutes Fume as Norway Bids to Criminalise Sex Purchases

...'t be able to find clients in the street since the latter will be afraid of getting caught. Prostitutes' support groups claim the law will be ineffective. "The law will end street prostitution but it won't stop women from working indoors or from going abroad" to work as prostitutes, Liv Jessen, director...

Alien Hand Syndrome Causes Random Hand Movement

... planned by parietal systems, only activity in the latter (but not the former) may mediate conscious experience of motor intentions. The authors conclude, These data open new perspectives for the comprehension of neurological and neuropsychiatric disorders associated with abnormal motor control or abnorm...

Apples and Lentils Could Help You to Shed Off Those Extra Pounds!

...ils, for a new study has found that foods like the latter that release energy slowly once they have been consumed helps dieters lose more weight than those more likely to spike blood sugar levels. Foods that release sugars rapidly are said to have a high glycaemic index - those that release it slowly have...

U.S President Defied-Senate Votes To Expand Child Health Insurance

...to children with higher incomes and to adults. The latter expansion has particularly incensed some lawmakers who disapprove of waivers the Bush administration has granted to those states. The program now costs the federal government about $5 billion a year, with states contributing additional money. Now, ...

Mills Rejects Macca's 20m Divorce Settlement Offer

... wife Heather Mills in divorce settlement, but the latter is adamantly demanding 50 million pounds, if reports are to be believed. Earlier, it was believed that the couple settled their matter in the range of somewhere between 25 to 30 million pounds out of McCartney's fortune of estimated 825 million po...

Risk of Water Intoxication in Endurance Athletes

...lance being thrown entirely out of balance. In the latter case, the extracellular fluid can become more diluted than the intracellular fluid, causing the cells in organs like the brain to quickly soak up excess water like sponges, expanding in the process. If identified quickly, even severe cases of acute...

World Epilepsy Week - 2007

...sing, understanding and treating epilepsy from the latter half of the 20th century, according to him. "About 80 per cent of those with epilepsy can be cured or their symptoms well controlled to a socially acceptable degree. Newer methods of treatment and surgery can now be offered to the remaining 20 pe...

Diabetes Drug to Carry 'black Box' Warning of Congestive Heart Failure Risk

...s an example of industry versus science, where the latter has been a loser. GlaxoSmithKline's Avandia has been in use since 1999. The concerns over its possible heart-related side effects have been raised by diabetes specialists. FDA reviewer Rosemary Johann-Liang says that she had proposed for a strong...

China to Curtail Organ Sale

...r and by the human rights lawyer, David Mater. The latter has even implicated the People's Liberation Army Hospital in the transplant business. But Beijing has denied these allegations and has taken overseas journalists and human rights group on an 'education' tour of the 'hotspots'- places where the atr...

Another Sexual Attraction is Possible ...

...up of pure-race individuals - but they didn't. The latter were expected to show differences in mating succes s with pure-race individuals - but, again, they didn't. Therefore, overall relatedness rather than pheromone type seems a good predictor of the ability to mate, at least within this species studied h...

Cherie Blair's Boss Accuses Tony Blair for Proposed Smoking Ban

...ere was no need for West to use such language, the latter said that he simply could not care less. 'I don't care, I don't care. What her husband is, is one thing. She has a right to her own opinion,' West said. West told listeners Cherie had visited his London club Hey Jo - which has taps shaped like m...

Headache Complaint Leads to Removal of Bullet

...d conflicting explanations throughout the day, the latter eventually told deputies she accidentally shot her husband, investigators say. Tuesday night deputies arrested the 39-year-old woman, a felon convicted of cocaine charges in Palm Beach County, and arrested her on a charge of unlawful possession of a ...

Interview With a Surgeon Hidden Hero of the NHS

...money as a resource? As doctors we should take the latter view; that orientation would include making a profit as a private provider or prioritizing (rationing) in the public sector. Unfortunately these become fuzzy on many occasions leading to accusations. I dont think patients want to see hospitals and ...

HCV Patients Survival After Liver Transplantation is Not Improving

...rvival during the study period, in contrast to the latter group. "In summary, the survival of patients transplanted with HCV is significantly lower than those without HCV," the authors report. "There has been a statistically significant improvement in patient and graft survival for non-HCV recipients bet...

Diet for Autism

...tatus while others are compelled to resist it. The latter believe that autism is a way of life that provides the individual with an identity. However it is vital to acknowledge that the disability generates financial stress and denies normal life to the patients and their families. A nurturing ambience, at ...

US Professors Develop Fusion Protein to Fight Cancer

...ighting lung, prostate and pancreatic cancers. The latter is especially encouraging, Pento said, because there is no cure for pancreatic cancer. 'It could be applicable to many types of cancer,' Pento said, 'but we've found that it's effective for those four types of cancer for sure.' Despite successf...

Late Clamping of Umbilical Cord may Reduce Anemia in Children

...n the umbilical vein and the umbilical artery, the latter being where the concentration is significantly higher. This suggests that the fetus not only receives melatonin from the mother via the umbilical vein because it crosses the placental barrier, but also that it is produced in stressful situations su...

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