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Laser to help in root canal treatment

...s all enamel, dentin and pulpal removal as well as shaping of the root canal. The Waterlase is not a direct laser, the but alternatively furnishes optical energy to water, and the water particles themselves provide the cutting of dental hard tissue. Use of the Waterlase may reduce the need for anesthesia a...

Jumping genes eliminate sections of DNA

...ese have been significant players in evolution and shaping the human genome."...

Mechanical forces drive early heart development

...chanical forces may be as important as genetics in shaping the heart.// Recently, he has developed a theory on tissue growth and morphogenesis (shape change) and applied it to understanding the developing heart in chicken embryos, which is remarkably similar to its counter-part in human. Taber is studying l...

Have You Ever Wondered How We Perceive Different Sounds?

...een discovered that the PCP pathway is involved in shaping the cochlea and the sensory hair cells. Mutations within this genetic pathway impair the shape of the cochlea and the polarity of the sensory hair cells that are essential for hearing....

Delhi Hospital Opens Up Avenues For Computer-Aided Knee Replacement

...ne profile, the computer guides the surgeon on the shaping of the knee bone as per the patient's requirement. Though the success rate of these surgeries depend on a lot of factors, computer-aided knee surgeries, which are still a relatively new technique, have helped reduce improper alignment and thereby im...

AIDS control requires co-coordinated move regarding safe sexual practices

...ol program. The media has a very important role in shaping up public opinion regarding shaping public opinion and creating an environment supportive of HIV prevention, care and treatment. It can ...

Teenage Mental Problems Could Be The Result Of Stress During Early Life

... environment, to prove the importance of stress in shaping up social behavior. The findings provide strong evidence that stress exposure early in life can have dramatic, long-lasting effects that persist into the teenage years and perhaps even adulthood. 16 small social groups of monkeys were studied for a...

Adolescents Influenced By Maternal Attitude Regarding Weight Control

...ers have been known to influence their children in shaping various aspects of their personality. It has now been found that their attitude towards eating habits and weight control// programs would in turn reflect on their teenagers as well. Perception of the teenager’s mother regarding the above concepts has...

Mothers Diet During Pregnancy Affects Childs Behavior

...ntake of foods during pregnancy plays a vital role shaping the child’s behavior. Scientists have found that the intake of diet// and behavior of child are interrelated, and for mothers whose young children are misbehaving may have eaten less nutritious food at the time of pregnancy. Dr. Laura Murray-Kolb, a...

Surgery Simulators Offer Better Surgeons And Safer Surgeries

...uter-based "surgery simulators" will be helpful in shaping better surgeons for performing safer surgeries. // It was found that surgeons trained with the simulators were able to perform the surgeries much better than their peers in performing an interventional technique to repair blockages in the legs. The ...

46-Year-Old Canada Man Donates A Part Of His Liver To A Complete Stranger

...amily friends is said to have been instrumental in shaping the decision of this 46-year old man. The enthusiastic donor was seen wearing a bright green ribbon, expressing his desire for organ donation, at a press meet. 'You find out about the waiting list and it being very long and there's a lot of people ...

Sensory Input Necessary During "Critical Periods" Of Brain Development

...ich visual input stimulates aggressive plasticity, shaping the mesh of neural connections in the cortex and tuning the strengths of messages relayed by synapses. In mice, this period begins shortly after they open their eyes and begin to see. Previous research had determined that visual activity changes the ...

The ABC Of Photoreceptors In The Eye

... assigned a particular task, but had not yet begun shaping up to do it. The study also looked at the role played by of the gene regulator NRL. This particular substance was known to be vital for the development of rods, which are the light-sensing elements in retina. The details of the study appear in the ...

Demographic Change Demand a New Life-Course for Aging Society

...n to fathom out the conditions of and obstacles to shaping new life-courses. Source: Eurekalert...

African Americans Have Increased Risk Of Emphysema

...evere emphysema develops, the work may also aid in shaping antismoking policies and smoking cessation programs that specifically target African Americans. "If African American patients are smoking and suffering some degree of breathing disturbances, the study shows that we need to pay better attention, even...

The Dengue Virus Unplugged

...e short sequences interact during RNA replication, shaping the viral RNA genome into a circle. Gamarnik's team published those findings in the June 2005 issue of the Journal of Virology. Further studies of the dengue virus life cycle revealed another piece of the virus's RNA that recruits the enzyme RdRp....

Changing Food Habits: Fodder For Thought

... factors, such as locality, play a greater role in shaping the country’s food habits, than community or caste. The land-locked states such as Rajasthan, boasts of the maximum number of vegetarian families (63%) while in the coastal state of Kerala, only 2% of the families are vegetarians. The majority o...

Research Reveal A New Angle On Neural Circuits.

... has thrown much needed insights into the probable shaping of the neural circuits by experience. The researchers in the article have provided new evidence towards the mechanisms that affect the ability of the visual cortex to plastically reorganize itself after subsequent periods of visual deprivation. “Ge...

Teachers are Creators of Enlightened Citizens in the Country- Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam

...elopment. 3. I realize that I am responsible for shaping not just students but ignited youth who are the most powerful resource under the earth, on the earth and above the earth. 4. I will consider myself to be a great teacher only when I am capable of elevating the average student to the high performan...

HIV RNA Level Seen As Little Value In Predicting Treatment

...ears and is therefore of limited clinical value in shaping the decision to initiate antiretroviral therapy," the researchers write. Source-Eurekalert RA...

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