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Researchers Reveal Why Eyes See Things Changing Colour

...ding to the researchers, two phenomena explain the perceived shift in colour of pumpkin seed oil from red to green. Firstly, the distinctive change in its colour shade is due to a change in oil layer thickness, for the oil changes its appearance from bright green to bright red as the oil layer thickens. The...

US Baby Dies of Salmonella from Pet Turtle

... young children because these turtles might not be perceived as health hazards and can be handled like toys," the CDC said. "Salmonella infections in children can be severe and can result in hospitalization and occasionally in death," it said. Salmonella can be transmitted to humans by direct or indirect c...

Womens Mood Plays a Key Role in Infertility Treatment

... twin or triplet versus a singleton pregnancy; the perceived likelihood or a twin or singleton pregnancy; and the desirability of SET. Risk taking behaviour was measured by asking women to make a graded endorsement of a lower risk versus a higher risk option SET versus two embryo transfer (2ET), and 2ET ver...

Americas Best Hospital Reduced Heart Attack Rates

... ill patients while not necessarily reflecting the perceived care for the overwhelming majority of admissions for more common diagnoses, which in turn have a more substantial impact on overall hospital outcomes, they continue. The U.S. News & World Report ranking, which includes many of the nations most pre...

Lancets Report Condemns UKs Mental Health Bill

... opinion is unsurprising. Mental illnesses are not perceived to be as serious as physical ones, by the public and government alike." According to critics, the Mental Health Bill passed by the House of Commons earlier in July, will trample on the rights of people suffering from mental illness and deter those ...

Potentially Violent Individuals can Be Identified by STAMP System

...in their minds. They were able to tell me how they perceived the event and how they tried to handle it. Many...estion or making the same statements. Mumbling was perceived to be a sign of mounting frustration and a cue for violence. Pacing was seen as an indication of m...

A New Survey -Anxiety Students Dont Seek Help

...ciated with not seeking treatment included lack of perceived need, being unaware of services or insurance coverage, skepticism about effectiveness, or being Asian or Pacific Islander. Women were more likely to realize they need treatment and seek it, he said. It's important to understand what motivates stude...

Tinnitus Patients can Lead a Normal Life

... defined tinnitus as a phantom auditory perception perceived only by the person. On applying the neurophysiological model in the University Hospital (of Navarre), Ms Heitzmann concluded that getting used to the tinnitus and thereby, achieving the cessation of discomfort, occurred in between 80 and 84% of patie...

Interview With a Surgeon Hidden Hero of the NHS

... responsibility for these aspects. Technology is perceived as being advanced when one can afford it. 2. What are the best practices in Medical Emergency Services that India could emulate? The ability to deliver dependable adult and paediatric resuscitation standards uniformly and widely is essential to...

Brazil Government In Contention With Merck Over Anti-AIDS Drug

...hnicity were implicated by 35 percent. Those who perceived discrimination were significantly more likely to g...cording to the researchers. "Our data show that perceived discrimination is a strong and consistent predictor of poor ratings of the healthcare system, which ...

Who Receives a Kidney Transplant First?

...ir, and any modification to the system that may be perceived as unfair runs the risk of undermining patient confidence. Transplantation is the only technologically advanced field of medicine that is totally dependent on public understanding and support, for without donors and recipients, transplantation would ...

Practicing Spirituality may Help Smokers to Quit

...ources in smoking cessation programs may be due to perceived resistance from smokers or, until recently, the social acceptance of smoking, which may have prevented patients and providers from considering the health effects of tobacco dependence as life-threatening," said David Gonzales, Ph.D., principal invest...

Research Suggests Mens Sexual Behavior Adapts to Perceived Threats

...of intercourse, as well as behavior in response to perceived infidelity that all serve to increase the success of fertilization. The studies have shown that when partners are separated for periods of time, males are more likely to arouse easily, produce more sperm, and even rape their partners, says Shackelf...

Web-based Asthma Program Improves Disease Management for Black Students

...er at having the disease, denial and fear of being perceived as weak or different. The average age of participants was about 15. Female students, who comprised 63 percent of the cohort, said being labeled asthmatic concerned them less than it did the male students. More students participated at the three ...

Feelings Of Injustice At Work Can Lead To A Heart Attack

... likely to have serious heart disease as those who perceived their treatment as fair. They were also observed to have poorer physical and mental health overall. The researchers say the study reinforces the need for fair treatment in the workplace. It also provided a view into which people were most likely to...

IT Delays Putting Patient Safety at Risk, Say Senior NHS Staff

...o stages, 18 months apart, to compare progress and perceived challenges over time. Interviewees unreservedly supported the goals of the programme, but had several concerns. In the first round of interviews, the main concerns were about financial deficits, delays in replacing patient administration systems...

Scientists Report New Take on Sexual Signaling

...that increases her own survival increases with her perceived risk of predation. That a females choice of a mate is based on sexual signals that benefit her directly is a fundamentally new and perhaps widely applicable idea," said Tae Won Kim, who did this work as a student at Seoul National University and is n...

Breast Cancer Patients Follow-up Devalued

...f factors into account; these include the level of perceived risk to the patient from the disease and its treatment, the patients own preferences (they may feel safer with follow-up by specialists rather than GPs), and the quality of the community-based support available. Follow-up warrants a more refined appr...

Researchers Have Found Clue to How Fear Changes into Phobia

...tter serotonin, called 5-Htr1a, was removed, found perceived potentially dangerous situations as big a threat as dangerous ones. They noted that mice in which the receptor had been removed could not evaluate the true threat of an ambiguous situation, revealed lead researcher, behavioural geneticist Cornelius...

Who Receives a Kidney Transplant First?

...ir, and any modification to the system that may be perceived as unfair runs the risk of undermining patient confidence. “Transplantation is the only technologically advanced field of medicine that is totally dependent on public understanding and support, for without donors and recipients, transplantation would...

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