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Short Glasses Make You Drink More

...hort, wide 355 ml glasses. They were then asked to pour a standard "shot" of alcohol (1.5 ounces, 44.3 ml)...in and tonic). Each bartender was also asked to pour the same four drinks, either with no instructions or after being told to take their time. Both stude...

Over indulgence more so when intake is in short glasses

...y to this belief scientists have found that people pour 20-30% more alcohol // into short , wide glasses t... wide 355 ml glasses. They were then instructed to pour a standard 'shot' of alcohol (1.5 ounces, 44.3 ml) for four mixed drinks (vodka tonic, rum and Coke,...

WHO warns that Asia is at high risk of Bird flu

...at of bird flu as new cases of bird flu infections pour in. Dr. Shigeru Omi, Regional Director, WHO Western Pacific has said though// Asian countries are planning and working to combat bird flu spread but feels that still a lot should have been done and should be done to prevent bird flu spread. It is est...

Risk Attitudes And Consequences Of College Drinking

... limit money spent on alcohol, drink with friends, pour their own drinks and have low-risk attitudes. Even students who have more than six drinks are less likely to experience harm if they practice self-protective strategies, Steve Benton said. Downey said the next stage of the study is to determine the...

Africa Set to Control Malaria Using Specialized Software

...project conceived by CERN (Organisation Européenne pour la Recherche Nucléaire - the European Organisation for Nuclear Research) - lets volunteers download the software that crunches potentially insightful numbers as long as a computer is turned on. When the software runs in the background of an idling ...

Deadly Lung Disease Sends Patients on ‘Quest for Breath

...y when the government is funding less research, to pour efforts into raising money to jumpstart this research,” says Galvin, of Troy, Mich. “My family and I decided to become very involved with the University of Michigan in helping to raise funds for research, but also to help develop a community where aw...

AIDS Sufferers Turn to British Doctor to Prolong their Survival

...the government. So it is natural that patients who pour in at the Calcutta School of Tropical Medicine (CSTM) here are frequently referred to Preger for free drugs. The monthly treatment of an HIV carrier on the second line of treatment is anything between Rs.2,500 and Rs.9,000 per month, something una...

One More Victim Succumbs to Dengue in Delhi

...pital to 33 Tuesday, as more patients continued to pour into city hospitals// with the mosquito-borne viral disease showing no signs of abating. The total number of dengue patients is now 1,631, with 83 new patients admitted in the city hospitals since Monday. The latest to die of the virus is 55-year-...

Malaria: The Invincible Might of a Parasite, Nestled in a 'Mite'

... not use a cannon to kill a mosquito'! While we pour our thoughts into another World Malaria Day, it is about time to take stock of the strategies adopted to quell the disease, which has often made a mockery of the efforts undertaken by scientists the world over. Malaria is a disease that is set into...

Researchers Discover How We Differentiate Smells

...lack currant// scent of a cabernet sauvignon. Just pour yourself a couple glasses and sniff. Your brain will quickly help you become a modest oenophile. It’s up to you if you want to drink the lesson plan. A new study by Northwestern University researchers shows that the brain learns to differentiate bet...

Potential Key to Brain Blood-Flow Disorders Explored by Scientists

...sium (BK) channel, which permits potassium ions to pour out of the astrocytes onto the adjacent muscle cells in the brain artery. The authors showed that removing the BK channels, either by drugs or genetically, significantly reduced the dilation of the blood vessel in response to brain activity; hence...

Europeans Developing First-Ever Dengue Fever Vaccine

...he research team lead by the Institut de recherche pour le development (IRD) investigated the enzyme metalloproteinase and its effect on the cement holding blood vessels together. They have uncovered evidence showing that metalloproteinase is responsible for effectively poking holes in the side of blood...

World Environment Day (International Polar Year)

... predictable set of consequences if we continue to pour greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.'...

Researchers Discover Starch Cocktail Fuel for green Car

... One day, you could buy starch in a supermarket; pour it into your engine, and go. We plan to use cellulose from plants, such as wood chip and agricultural waste. The enzymes would produce hydrogen in real-time, as your engine needs it, said Zhang. "If the financial support is sufficient, within three...

US Lawmakers Considering Legislation to Restrict Payments by Drug Companies to Doctors

Reports continue to pour in that US doctors tend to prescribe unwanted, even possibly harmful medicines in return for payments from drug makers in the name of lecture assignments. Lawmakers are stepping in to see whether they could require drug makers to disclose payments...

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