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Apple Launches IPhone; New Yorkers Line Up to Buy Gadget

..., which would mark a similar success to the retail launches of the Wii gaming console and Playstation 3. The iPhone is being sold across the United States through 162 Apple stores and 1,800 ATT outlets. Overseas consumers will have to wait a few more months to snap up one of the devices. The iPhone is due...

British Funds 250 Million Pounds to Reduce Child Mortality

...he Department for International Development (DFID) launches a public debate on how British aid for India can be better spent. Britain's aid budget for India is set to rise to 300 million pounds for 2008 and is designed to improve healthcare, get more children into primary school and reduce poverty in India. ...

Survey Shows That Most People Unaware About Cancer Prevention

... The news comes on the day that Cancer Research UK launches its Cancer Awareness Roadshows. Two mobile information units which will be touring the UK over the next 12 months to raise awareness of how we can reduce the risk of cancer and spot the signs of it at an early stage. The Roadshows are fronted by pop ...

Mechanism of Nicotine's Learning Effects Explored

...nsmitters are the chemical signals that one neuron launches at another to trigger a nerve impulse in the receiving neuron. In their studies, Mansvelder and colleagues found that by activating acetylcholine receptors, nicotine affects a process called “spike-timing-dependent potentiation” that governs change...

Molecular ‘On/Off Switch’ Controls Immune Defenses Against Viruss

...ication. The researchers also found that the virus launches a counterattack on RIG-I, producing a protein called a protease to disrupt the signaling process, preventing interferon production and allowing viral replication. Just how RIG-I signaling is normally regulated, however, hadn’t been known. In the...

Anti obesity pill gets EURO nod

...ion as a 20mg tablet to be taken once daily. First launches are anticipated during the second half of 2006." So European markets would hopefully soon find this pill sold to public....

Australian Children Not Being Exposed To Enough Sunlight

...porosis Australia is calling for this policy as it launches its free consumer guide to calcium, vitamin D and osteoporosis in Sydney today, urging Australians to review their calcium and vitamin D intake to avoid the onset of brittle bones and fractures. It is estimated that one in two Australian women and ...

Female Foeticide Continues To Be On Rise In India

Even though the government of India launches several welfare schemes for women and children, In...o be on the upward mark. // While the government launches programmes for women and children to mark International Women's Day Wednesday, the girl child in Ind...

Therapeutic Monoclonal Antibody Production Is More Profitable Than Small Molecule Drugs

... that only 30% of conventional small molecule drug launches ever recover their costs. Drug is likely to be profitable if peak revenues pass the $300 million mark. So far, of the 17 mAbs launched in the US, eight have achieved this benchmark. And of these, four have become blockbusters earning over a billion ...

Record growth of Soya-based dairy alternatives in Europe

...rinks & desserts, meat-free including tofu product launches in 2004 in 8 European countries, innovations playing a very important role in the market growth, shows the report. The availability of new based-based milk products and meat-free concepts in the chilled sections of supermarkets has had a very posit...

Record Growth Of Soya-Based Dairy Alternatives Over The Past Year In European Markets

...rinks & desserts, including meat free tofu product launches in 2004 in 8 European countries. The study also reveals that innovations play a very important role in the market growth. The availability of new Soya-based milk products and meat-free concepts in the chilled sections of supermarkets have had a very...

New Healthy Weight Program Makes Healthy Eating More Interesting

...ealthy Weight Program -- This step-by-step program launches you on your way to a healthy lifestyle with 12 weeks of menus, shopping lists and recipes. No longer do you need to restrict your diet to a limited category of food. Choose from such great tasting dishes as Braised Chicken with Mushrooms and Pearl On...

Wound healing affected by Psychological stress

...f the wound," Marucha said. Marucha said stress launches a sequence of events that constrict blood vessels and deprives the tissues of oxygen. "Expression of the gene that codes the protein for those fibres was impaired." However, when the animals received hyperbaric oxygen (oxygen at a greater pressure...

Psychological Stress Delays Wound Healing

...of the wound," Marucha said. Marucha said stress launches a sequence of events that constrict blood vessels and deprives the tissues of oxygen. "Expression of the gene that codes the protein for those fibres was impaired." However, when the animals received hyperbaric oxygen (oxygen at a greater pressure ...

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