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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...as actually recoverable. The neurons began to work properly once the disease process was halted.” Dr. Hutton says the tau research is five to 10 years behind AB, and the focus of the “tauologists” at Mayo Clinic is to study how tau tangles disrupt microtubules as well as how the brain recovers and removes th...

Harnessing Immune System Power Heralds Next Era of Cancer Treatment

...the body and attack cancerous tissues, if they are properly trained. Led by McMaster University's Jonathan Bramson, the researchers are now working to accelerate the ongoing immune system research through a new Cancer Immunotherapy Program, being launched with 3.5 million dollars in funding from the Terry...

Inaccuracies in Cardiac PET-CT Scanning

... for different reasons. Pure PET or PET-CT done properly are the best non-invasive tests for early coronary heart disease or for assessing its severity but have to be done correctly with attention to technical details. For more information on the study, visit http: jnm.snmjournals.org...

Backpacks and Backaches

...part from weighty backpacks, those that do not fit properly or worn improperly can also be possible reasons for backpack-related backaches. Andrew Haig, director of the U-M Spine Program says that, .... wearing a heavy, heavy backpack, when your muscles and your bones arent ready for that, is not a good thing...

Size and Position of Floral Anther Plays a Vital Role in Pollination

...er dooming it if its pollinators can no longer fit properly or guaranteeing the success of the species if it acquires new pollinators. This type of information is becoming ever more critical as we struggle to understand, maintain, and modify the plant and pollinator systems that we depend on for life. Ev...

Golf Courses Could Serve as Wildlife Sanctuaries If Managed Properly

Golf courses, if properly managed, could serve as important wildlife sanctuaries, a recent study by a University of Missouri-Columbia researcher has revealed . "There are more than 17,000 golf courses in the United States, and approximately 70 percent of that land is not us...

Canadian Cancer Society Calls for Ban on Asbestos

...iety's move, arguing that the product is safe when properly used. They also say no distinction is made between the impact of chrysotile and more deadly forms of asbestos - crecodolite and amosite - which have already been banned. Health Canada says asbestos is safe as long as it's in a "controlled use." Th...

Food Fortification With Folic Acid Does The Trick

...ater turns into the brain and spine, fails to form properly in the womb. This takes place within the first weeks of a pregnancy, often before a woman knows she is pregnant.Spina bifida and anencephaly are the two most common neural tube defects. The provinces where the rates of neural tube defects were high...

The Importance of Junk DNA

...important in the formation of boundaries that help properly organize these building blocks. Their work will be published in the July 13 issue of the journal Science. Some of the junk DNA might be considered punctuation marks commas and periods that help make sense of the coding portion of the genome, said ...

Cosmetic Eye Enhancer may Lead to Disfigurement

...the eyes, leads to disfigurement when not injected properly . The authors reviewed four cases where patients were injected superficially; all four exhibited nodule development and inflammation. PLA should not be injected superficially, especially around the eyes, says study author and dermatologist Greg Good...

Psychiatric Patients Ill-treated in Emergency Rooms, US Officials Say

... investigation determined that the patient was not properly monitored. Staff told state investigators that the...ace. State investigators said the hospital did not properly train staff on how to restrain patients. Hospital staff said punching was a last resort because the ...

Move To Ban Asbestos Welcomed

...stos, the only type mined in Quebec, is "safe when properly used.'' He also confirmed the government had last year opposed listing chrysotile asbestos on an international list of the most toxic substances. Yet, Sass and Don Anderson, the Saskatchewan Federation of Labors executive assistant, insist that C...

Reason Behind Trouble Remembering in ADHD Kids Revealed

...'t able to select that information about the cards properly and hold it online in their head," she added. Tests of brain activity revealed that the brains of children with the condition recruited less neurone than was necessary for such operations. "Clearly, they're distracted because they're not getting the ...

Spraying Saline Water into Nose may Reduce Nasal Passage Infections

...rfaces of cells in the nose often fail to function properly and cant beat to remove mucus, so the saline may help these cilia to work more efficiently. In addition, saline may simply help wash bacteria, viruses and allergic materials out of the nose. Doctors should consider recommending saline therapy as an...

Half a Million Dollars Offered for GPs With Expertise in Anesthetics and Obstetrics

...ractive and rewarding - but only if the program is properly supported," Dr Capolingua said. The AMA says the report recommends increasing the value of payments under the RRP, making them non-taxable, and expanding the program to include non-financial support....

War Veterans Lack Adequate Mental Health Care: Pentagon Report

...mental health services lack personnel and money to properly treat a growing number of soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, said a Pentagon report out Friday . "The military system does not have enough resources, funding or personnel to adequately support the psychological health of service members ...

UK Hospitals Failing Hygiene Standards

...d they could not say they decontaminated equipment properly - up from 12.6%. Over one in 10 did not meet cleanliness standards either. It meant that 99 trusts - one in four of the total - were not meeting the hygiene code. Gill Morgan, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, said: "By recognising in an op...

Sunita Returns June 21 After 194-day Record Space Odyssey

...ing of rocket thrusters needed to keep the station properly positioned in space for tracking the sun for power, pointing communications antennas and warming or cooling parts of the complex. The departure of Atlantis was delayed by two days to let the astronauts repair a thermal blanket that had come loose n...

Diabetic Womens Death Rate Shows No Decline

... preventive care and are less likely to be treated properly for high cholesterol. Diabetes, which doubles the risk for heart disease, is occurring at younger ages than in previous generations, mainly because of increasing obesity. "Clearly, women with diabetes deserve much more attention than they receive," ...

Domestic Abuse a Curse to Public Health

...ological torment. If questioning is not handled properly thwe whole action could have an adverse efffect with the women being offended by this kind of questioning. The husbands or boyfriends accompaning the women too could create problems for inferring to thenm as offenders. The questionairre should be f...

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