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House heads for Medicare drug vote

...titlement program in its 38-year history. "The moon and the stars have lined up in our favor," House Speaker Dennis Hastert said at a rally-style press conference in the Capitol. "The time is upon us. It's now or never." Republican leaders were still pressing wavering GOP conservatives to vote for t...

The Science of Solar Eclipse

...een revolving around natural wonders like the sun; moon the earth since time immemorial. Time and over aga... is now known that a Solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between Earth and Sun. If the moon's shadow happens to fall upon Earth's surface at that time...

A Trip To Mars And Back To Take Five Hours

...tionary form of propulsion can help them reach the moon in a matter of minutes. The idea is to create an intense magnetic field that would produce an anti-gravity force and propel the craft faster through space. The Star Trek-style flights, however, are still a long way from becoming fact. Edited...

Treating Sickle Cell Anemia using Healthy Stem Cells

... makes their red blood cells (RBC) appear crescent moon shaped. The hemoglobin which carries oxygen in blood is affected by this hereditary disease leading to abnormal hemoglobin form, which mostly clumps together and makes the blood sticky and gets clogs in blood stream and these blood cells becomes very...

India set to become the global knowledge hub

...in geo-stationary orbit, with even has plans for a moon mission in 2010. Even in the field of collaborative research, some new trends are emerging. India's largest software company, Tata Consultancy Services, for example, has collaboration with the Carnegie Mellon University to investigate emerging tr...

Chicken takes a walk round the country side !

...l towns have enough reason to make merry under the moon light with plenty of chilly chicken, and cheer! ...

Technology at its nano best: hand-held lab-on-a-chip for blood tests

...diagnoses. Looking ahead to future missions to the moon and Mars, astronauts will need to perform simple blood tests to get up-to-the-minute information on their health.” This would replace bulky machines. “In addition to space medicine, the technology could be used in neonatal care since large blood dr...

TV Star to Moon Walk for Raising Funds to Support Breast Cancer Research

...ampaigners and fund raisers are taking part in the moon walk which will be held at Edinburgh. About 7999 p...1 miles which is called the half moon, or the full moon which is about 26.2 miles. ...

Researchers explore medicine in space

...lly 200 to 600 miles from the Earth's surface. The moon is about 238,000 miles from Earth while Mars is, o...proper medical care, whether they are on Mars, the moon or back on Earth. 'The most important thing is to define what to treat (in space) and how to do so....

Global Polio Eradication: A Campaign to Vaccinate Every Child on the Planet

...tiative is as ambitious as us putting a man on the moon in 1969,” the author says, “and it has already taken twice as long.” In his book, Brookes, director of the Professional Writing program at Champlain College in Burlington, Vt., tells the story of these challenges in a readable and accessible narrat...

Indian Students Thrilled to Talk to Sunita Williams

... be the happiest person to see a manned mission to moon by Indian scientists in the near future. "India is capable of doing it and I would be the happiest person." Source-IANS...

Male Drivers at Higher Risk of Asymmetrical Skin Cancers

... trend is for cars to be made with larger windows, moon roofs are a favorite accessory and tinted glass is not used on the driver's window. UV protection with tinting only lasts for about five years, the scientist noted. Meanwhile while technology to manufacture better U.V blocking shields develops, ...

NASA Gets Ready To Address Tough Questions

... to come back via radio. Astronauts going to the moon and Mars for long periods of time must contend with the basic health risks from space travel, multiplied many times over: radiation, the loss of muscle and bone, and the psychological challenges of isolation. NASA will consider whether astronauts m...

Kolkata Homoeopaths Offer Medicines for US Lunar Mission

... and Pratip Banerji was based on the fact that the moon has no magnetic field and hence problems of disper... administrable," he added. Malapert Base on the moon is being designed to house a revolving population of 300 people or more and to last for a minimum of...

Blue Moon at Midnight from June 1

...lly have to wait until June 30 to declare that the moon is blue. According to astronomers and cosmologists, May 31 will brings us the second of two full Moons. The full Moon that night will likely look no different than any other full Moon. But the Moon can change color in certain conditions. After fo...

NASA Gets Ready To Address Tough Questions

... to come back via radio. Astronauts going to the moon and Mars for long periods of time must contend with the basic health risks from space travel, multiplied many times over: radiation, the loss of muscle and bone, and the psychological challenges of isolation. NASA will consider whether astronauts m...

Being Employed on the Moon can Cause Depression

...rsity study has claimed that being employed on the moon in the not too distant future can cause both depression and anxiety. According toChester Spell, an associate professor of management at the Rutgers School of Business-Camden, the lunar settlements of tomorrow - or, for that matter, the space statio...

Moon, Venus Pair Up, Play Hide-and-seek

The moon and Venus came closer, formed a pair and played hi...ht stars or planets like Venus are occulted by the moon the event can be seen with the naked eyes.' The event was last seen in November 2004. Both the b...

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