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Roller coaster takes brain for a big ride!!

...omas are caused by the up-and-down, back-and-forth motions of the roller coaster or the acceleration force which ruptures the veins on the surface of the brain. Surgery is the treatment of choice....

Babies of the deaf communicate

...d tongue, then all the babies should have had hand motions that are similar. However, if babies are sensitive... to deaf parents silently ``babbled,'' making hand motions that were significantly slower and corresponded to chunks of words in sign language. ``Essentially t...

Babies of the deaf communicate

...d tongue, then all the babies should have had hand motions that are similar. However, if babies are sensitive... to deaf parents silently ``babbled,'' making hand motions that were significantly slower and corresponded to chunks of words in sign language. ``Essentially t...

Babies Brains Are more Fragile

...rm surface before the body, significant rotational motions were produced," researcher Susan Margulies says in a news statement. Margulies and her colleagues used an infant crash test dummy resembling a 6-week-old infant to measure the rotational forces experienced by falling babies. The dummy was equipped w...

Ultrasounds To Detect Changes In Heart Motions

...c have been able to find out subtle changes in the motions of the heart that might improve the knowledge of h...measurements demonstrate how a rapid succession of motions occurring within tissue of the ventricular wall can appear chaotic if not observed closely and with ...

Malaria Claims 35 Lives In Assam

...alaria are high fever and cold, and at times loose motions and stomach pain. "Villagers often bring the patients to hospitals very late when chances of survival are very remote. There is still a great deal of ignorance about the fatal consequences of malaria," Dharni Bora, a doctor in the worst-hit Golagha...

A Unique Technique To Visualize How The heart functions Developed

...these had long been a challenge due to confounding motions of the heart. Dr. Salama teamed up with Alan Waggoner, Ph.D., and Lauren Ernst, Ph.D., of Carnegie Mellon's Molecular Biosensor and Imaging Centre (MBIC) to developed the long wavelength, voltage-sensitive dyes, which would be capable of yielding ima...

Developing Countries Undertake Cataloguing of Human Mutations

...ticipated in the meeting, which passed a series of motions agreeing to: . Collaborate to create a project that will start out by: curating and documenting the two hundred thousand mutations that have already been discovered and which are know to cause disease; then documenting a further two million mutatio...

Malaria Claims 271 In Assam

...arma said here. // Replying to the debate on cut motions in the state assembly, Sarma said the exact toll could be higher as information from interior areas had not reached the state capital. Admitting that last year the anti-malaria drive was "slow", he said this year 90 per cent of the affected area has...

Stroke Rehabilitation Through Modified Video Games

...lity P5 gaming glove that detects finger and wrist motions to manipulate on-screen images. The engineers made minor modifications to the equipment and created software that delivers two types of finger flexing exercises needed to help recover hand functions in stroke patients. In one exercise, a patient at...

"Dynamic Energy Landscape" of enzyme in Catalysis

... "There is a growing awareness that the inherent motions of proteins are essential to their functions," sai...l an enzyme through its reaction cycle-the thermal motions of the protein are harnessed to perform its biological function, in this case, catalysis. Knowledge ...

Autistic Children May Lag behind in ‘Categorization of Objects

...o move on their own, and as humans, we rely on the motions of others -- a hand reaching out to shake ours, a person running toward us -- to help us interpret their actions and intentions. "People have not really studied these conceptual deficits in very young children as the possible basis for the social an...

'Ire' of Irish Moms pained over maternity services in Ireland.

...y reported that it was unnerving to go through the motions of labor often induced or speeded up and the likelihood of caesarian section often followed by an early discharge from hospital in the absence of any major medical complication. Professor Cecily Begley, director of the School of Midwifery and Nursi...

Johns Hopkins Computer Scientists Unravel 'Language Of Surgery'

... large vocabulary that we can use to represent the motions in surgical tasks." The team also hopes to incorporate video data from the da Vinci and possibly from minimally invasive procedures performed directly by surgeons. In such operations, surgeons insert instruments and a tiny camera into small incisio...

Robotic Model To Teach Surgical Skills

... large vocabulary that we can use to represent the motions in surgical tasks." The team also hopes to incorporate video data from the da Vinci and possibly from minimally invasive procedures performed directly by surgeons. In such operations, surgeons insert instruments and a tiny camera into small incisio...

Balance Training Better Than Tai Chi at Improving Mobility in Older Adults

...ding on one leg; hip and ankle rotations; stepping motions backward, forward and laterally; and more. Emphasis was on awareness of one’s body alignment, relaxation and distribution of weight, and 12 sequences from the tai chi Yang Short Form were practiced. At the end of the 10 weeks, improvements in unip...

X-ray System to Show Moving Bones in 3-D

...omises to improve our understanding of the complex motions of bones and joints:// Computed tomography, or CT, delivers detailed 3-D images, but CT scanners are too slow to capture rapid motion. Cinefluoroscopy, a technique that uses X-rays to view objects, can produce moving images in two dimensions, but n...

Dizziness Linked To Anxiety Disorders

...er from dizziness are generally sensitive to a few motions like driving in a rain or moving in a crowded store. As per the scientists involved in this study, this finding could provide an insight into the causative factors of dizziness. JYT...

Computer Programmers, need not fear Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

...ities can cause carpal tunnel syndrome. Repeated motions performed in the course of normal work or other daily activities can result in repetitive motion disorders such as bursitis and tendonitis. Persistent pressure in the fingers, wrist, or forearm may not be a symptom of carpal tunnel syndrome, merely...

Baby's First Toothbrush Should Be a Cotton Swab

...e insides and outsides of the teeth using circular motions from the gum to the crown. The magazine advises against fluoride-fortified toothpaste for children under three as small children often swallow toothpaste, which makes it hard to get the dosage right. Instead, they should be given tablets fortifie...

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