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John Sundahl Publicly Announces His Romance With Britney

...ears also loved him, and corroborated his claim by revealing how the singer helped him recover from bowel surgery recently. "When I was in the hospital, she sat with me and held my hand all night long. She even sang and hummed to me while I was practically unconscious," Contactmusic quoted him as telling Na...

Bra-less Britneys New Affairs

... her new found love. Britney has this habit of revealing herself bit by bit. With her new single status the...ears also loved him, and corroborated his claim by revealing how the singer helped him recover from bowel surgery recently. "When I was in the hospital, she s...

Genome Annotation by Mutation

...sabled or knocked out to see what goes wrong, thus revealing the genes normal function and how disease makes it malfunction. But DNA regulatory sequences between genes also can mutate to cause disease by making the genes they control malfunction. We know how to knock out genes, and that technology is very go...

Smoking Hampers Healing of the Ligament

...st given people another reason to kick the butt by revealing that smoking interferes with ligament healing. The researchers conducted a study on a mouse model and found that cigarette smoking impairs the recruitment of cells to the injury site and delays healing following ligament repair surgery. The rese...

Holmes Silences Pregnancy Rumours

...hat she is pregnant by showing off her figure in a revealing swimsuit. Hollywood.com reports that there were rumours that Holmes was in the early stages of pregnancy after she looked like she had a round stomach in Madrid. The couple wed last November and already have a 14-month old daughter Suri. Cruise ...

EU Move Against Mercury Should Be Adopted in India: NGO

...ncentration of mercury in the hospital indoor air, revealing the serious threat it posed to staff and patients. Earlier, a detailed national study, 'Mercury: Poison in Neighbourhood', had shown that a cross section of the society, ranging from students to waste pickers, come in contact with the metal in some...

Drugs More Important Than Kids for Katona, Says Her Candy Man

... Ogden insisted that he took a personal risk by revealing all these secrets but it is high time that the singer understands her responsibilities towards the kids. "I've taken a personal risk talking about thisbut Kerry needs a wake-up call to her get herself clean for the sake of the kids and herself," he...

Unprotected Sex Among the Gays on the Rise

...with a casual partner at least once, with many not revealing whether or not they were HIV-positive. In all the three studies conducted it showed that most of the times the HIV infected partner has not conveyed their status to their partner. Sandra Schwarcz, an epidemiologist at the San Francisco department...

Estrogen is Important for Bone Health in Men as Well as Women

...re system may need to reflect what research is now revealing about estrogen in men. "It would be a good idea to measure estrogen levels in older men who present with low bone mineral density or osteoporosis," Villareal says. "Not only does estrogen and its metabolism affect bone health in men, but it may also ...

Scientists Report New Take on Sexual Signaling

...Womens University in Korea. As the tide recedes, revealing great expanses of Pacific beach, fiddler crabs (Uca terpsichores) segue in and out of their burrows, dodging predatory shorebirds. Male crabs build hood-like sand castles next to the entrance of their burrows, attracting the attention of females by w...

Racial Discrimination Takes The Nobility Out Of Doctoring

...are treated. This one is a large, nationwide study revealing that racial disparities apparently persist.Unfortunately we couldn't find significant progress, Popescu says.Medicare is the U.S. government health insurance program for the elderly and disabled....

Denosumab Reduces Bone Erosion

... data show the significant potential of denosumab, revealing that patients receiving denosumab experienced a reduced progression of erosions compared to control. Most significant was the difference observed between the control group and the group receiving denosumab 180mg. The reduction in progression of erosi...

Unprotected Sex Among the Gays on the Rise

...with a casual partner at least once, with many not revealing whether or not they were HIV-positive. In all the three studies conducted it showed that most of the times the HIV infected partner has not conveyed their status to their partner. Sandra Schwarcz, an epidemiologist at the San Francisco department...

New Technology Reveals Proteins Responsible for Diseases

...chnology developed at the University of Toronto is revealing biochemical processes responsible// for diseases such as cystic fibrosis and could one day pave the way for pharmaceutical applications. Researchers have designed a device to test for proteins that play an important role in human health and diseas...

Drugs for Parkinson’s May Be Useful for Stroke-related Disabilit

...at often afflict stroke patients, in the process// revealing that one may be treatable with drugs for Parkinson's disease. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis showed that stroke damage in a brain region known as the putamen is strongly linked to motor neglect, a condition th...

Mental Distress Sufferers Loathe To Come Out In The Open

...fering from mental distresses would never think of revealing it to others, out of shame for appearing weak or because they felt their friends would not understand. Other findings included the fact that 62 percent of people in Scotland felt that they knew enough about mental health issues to help friends who...

Doctors Not Drowsy When Treating Women’s Sleep Issue

... with sleep problems and their consequences, never revealing their personal sleep habits to a physician,” said Charles W. Atwood, MD, FCCP, Chair of the ACCP-SI. “One thing we have learned is that pulmonary/critical care physicians are proactively inquiring about their patients’ sleep habits. We are asking the...

New Study: Pine Bark Significantly Reduces Endometriosis

...here have been significant studies with Pycnogenol revealing treatment efficacy of common problems associated with menstruation, such as dysmenorrhea, menstrual pain and endometriosis. Research has shown a reduction in abdominal pain due to endometriosis. Studies have shown a clear improvement in terms of redu...

Doctors Not Drowsy When Treating Women's Sleep Issues

... with sleep problems and their consequences, never revealing their personal sleep habits to a physician,” said Charles W. Atwood, MD, FCCP, Chair of the ACCP-SI. “One thing we have learned is that pulmonary/critical care physicians are proactively inquiring about their patients’ sleep habits. We are asking the...

Specially Treated Prawns for Seafood Allergy Sufferers

...am suggests that irradiation damages the proteins, revealing hidden reactive amino acid residues. Subsequent heating then destroys the exposed residues. 'Radiation and heat seems to be a promising method for reducing the immunoreactivity' say the researchers. Samuel Lehrer of Tulane University in New Orleans...

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