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Study Proves That MMR Vaccine Is Not Connected To Autistic Babies

...itial paper linking autism and MMR have decided to retract their study. Their retraction will be published in the March issue of The Lancet. Link: http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=mg18524895.300...

A New Product Offering protection against anthrax

...dical residents. However the journal was forced to retract the study after two scientists listed as co-authors disputed the articles findings, saying they had never read or approved it. A number of anthrax experts who reviewed the original article for the newspaper, placed little value on Heggers claims be...

Scientist Calls Upon Media To Retract His Work

...n the editors of Science magazine in Washington to retract his work.// The editor in chief of a US scientif... not ... months' to explain and support his bid to retract a pioneering article that held out hope of medical therapy for degenerative disorders. Otherwise, ...

More The Usage More The Growth In The Adult Brain.

...sprouting plants and the dendrites grow forward or retract when they come in contact with the neighbouring cells. 14% of the dendrite showed growth others showed growth only after weeks of no growth. The increase in length was from 7-90 microns. When compared to the growth of the neurons during the develop...

MMR Triple Vaccine Caught In the Eye of a Storm

...r the MMR vaccine earlier , are now reluctant to retract lest they lose their power , dignity and glory. Dr Fletcher’s initial concerns about MMR came about in 2001 when he voiced the inadequacy of its safety trials. His antenna is up again following the government’s announcement of introducing shots aga...

Teenagers Often Deny Taken ‘Virginity Pledges

... a virginity pledge were four times more likely to retract their reports of sexual experience than teens who had not take a pledge at the time of the second survey. Rosenbaum said the fact that 52 percent of adolescents who made virginity pledges recanted their vows within a year suggests that these progra...

B.C. to pick up expenses of live organ donors

...t is estimated that nearly 12% of potential donors retract owing to the costs of the operation. Ken Merkely, vice-president of the B.C. branch of the Kidney Foundation, said "There are people who are waiting for a kidney or liver transplant who may not get it because there are people that are willing to be d...

Researchers Make Strides in VCJD Detection

...d stream and force proteins already in the body to retract and suffocate brain cells. Researchers led by Giovanna Malucci at the MRC prion unit at University College, London (UCL), used genetically modified mice to show that blocking the body's ability to make its own natural, healthy prions, reversed ear...

Health-Care Workers Exposed to HIV on Job Need Preventive Treatment

...oping safer medical devices, such as syringes that retract needles when they’re removed from patients. “The more years of experience, the more likely you are to have had such an injury,” Myers said, “driven in part by both the years at risk and the earlier years of having fewer safety devices and a poorer ...

Scientists Explore Ways to Lure Viruses to Their Death

...rab onto plants with long sticky hairs, which they retract to bring themselves close to their hosts. The phi-...it an attractive target for viruses. But it cannot retract its hairs, so the viruses cannot get inside it to replicate. Dr. Turner and his colleagues reasoned ...

Botox Could Curb Excessive Sweating too

...or significantly reduced, the muscle can no longer retract and it relaxes. As a result, the wrinkled areas smooth out and soften. So also acetychline could temporarily block the nerves in the underarm that stimulate sweating. It is this property that has been successfully used by a team of German doctors...

More and More American Women Go for Facelifts to Get Jobs

...or significantly reduced, the muscle can no longer retract and it relaxes. As a result, the wrinkled areas smooth out and soften. Liposuction is a cosmetic surgical procedure in which excess fatty tissue is removed from a specific area of the body, such as the thighs or abdomen, by means of suction. Ther...

Women Urged to Be Wary of Ads Promoting Unwanted Drugs

...s of letters each year requiring drug companies to retract their ads, most people don't hear about them. The FDA does not require new drugs to be proven better than competing, often cheaper, drugs already on the market. Though many drugs for chronic conditions like arthritis are taken every day for years,...

More and More American Women Go for Facelifts to Get Jobs

...or significantly reduced, the muscle can no longer retract and it relaxes. As a result, the wrinkled areas smooth out and soften. Liposuction is a cosmetic surgical procedure in which excess fatty tissue is removed from a specific area of the body, such as the thighs or abdomen, by means of suction. Ther...

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