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Tsunami Unplugged: Natural Disasters Favor the Under-privileged

One cannot miss the wake of destruction caused by the Indian Ocean tsunami, the Katrina hurricane catastrophe and the Pakistan earthquake in late 2005. The tsunami was responsible for the annihilation of 300,000 lives with more than 100,000 still missing.// When the early images of tsunami arrived, it appeared as if the tourists were tsunami’s hot favorites. Upon intent observation, it dawned tha...

Australia’s Antibiotic Favouritism Needs To Be Plugge

An infectious disease expert has warned against indiscriminate antibiotic use, saying that nearly half the antibiotics Australians use ,are prescribed inappropriately. //This issue figures on the agenda at the Australian Society for Antimicrobials annual scientific discussion meeting in Sydney. ..Microbiologist John Turnidge, of the Adelaide Women's and Children's Hospital, said that this trend...

Prozac Unplugged

Prozac, the popular drug for depression has been studied by researchers, in the manner with which it acts in the brain. Researchers from the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory// in Long Island, New York, have found that the drug causes the production of immature brain cells. ....This could pave the way for the birth of new treatment measures for depression, and Alzheimer's. The researchers, as part o...

The Dengue Virus Unplugged

The manner of transmission of mosquito-borne viruses is well known; a bite on the body that allows the virus to make an entry into the blood stream. But what happens next that causes the virus //to multiply and take hold of its victim. Researchers led by a Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) international scholar in Argentina have been able to point at a genetic element which helps the dengue...

The Bovine DNA Sequence Unplugged

Scientists have achieved a very important milestone in the mapping of the bovine genome, which will make it possible to enhance the health and aid better disease// control in cattle. This research is slated to benefit the beef and diary industry immensely. ....Scientists firmed up on a sequence of 2.9 million DNA base pairs, which brought to light the value of the difference even in one pair, wh...

Liver Regeneration Unplugged

Liver regenerates in a way which has surprised even scientists. It is only one of the few organs which can// regrow from as little as 25% of its tissue. This process of regeneration may be simpler than thought. ....The study which is published in The Journal of Biological chemistry, has enabled novel information on the goings-on in cells, the way they regenerate, which could have implications on...

Gain from Pain - Migraine Unplugged

Eleanor Hall – Nearly two million Australians suffer this painful condition in a year, but all is not lost, new research shows. Infact long time sufferers may also stand// to gain from the excruciating pain. ..Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore showed that women who suffered the ordeal of migraine attacks throughout their life had better cognitive abilities compared to thos...

Gaps In Food Safety Systems Must Be Plugged :UN

According to international UN experts, food safety is an issue for every country and ultimately, for every food customer. ... Speaking out against the almost 200 food safety incidents that occurred in the last 12 months, two agencies of the United Nations urged all countries to be vigilant when dealing with traders and producers that affect the supply line. ... As examples, the Food and Agricult...
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