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The route to fertilization

...s showed that calcium is the essential factor that sparks development in eggs. As calcium levels rise, metabolic changes occur that cause the egg to divide and form into an embryo. Sea urchins have long served as a model for understanding fertilisation in other living beings, including people because sper...

Memory said to automatically improve with age

...t memory helps people figure things out faster and sparks creativity. It does this by storing memories and skills learned over time.The brain then uses this knowledge to help it learn automatically by itself. This makes it easier to understand situations and solve problems very quickly -- sometimes even sub...

Land of Kebabs, also reaps enormous profit in fast food

...mbination. You can only hope that the WHO report sparks a change in the diets of Pakistan's population. In a country still at the beginning of a long road to recovery after its worst natural disaster - the Oct 8 earthquake killed 86,000 people - a diabetes epidemic on the scale that has been predicted c...

Maggie Daley to Undergo a Surgery Biopsy to Remove a Tumor from Her Breast

...or teenagers. She said that such courses would set sparks to create future scientists. She praised all the recent advances in science in the field of cancer research and also said that without these advances and discovery she would not be alive today. She said that she is still under treatment and was very ...

Fearful or Fearless, Control Exists in The Brain

...la became active; later when the rostral cingulate sparks up obviously with the realization that the face was actually not fearsome, the relief translates into the amygdala calming down. In contrast, the amygdala remained excited for a longer duration when the face appeared fearful. Dr. Eric Kandel, a H...

Viral Enzyme Recruited in Fight Against Ear Infection

...ome protection if the avian influenza virus, H5N1, sparks a pandemic among humans, he added. McCullers is first author of the “PLoS” paper. The investigators demonstrated in mice infected with S. pneumoniae that lysin can eliminate these bacteria from the ear. The team conducted their study in mice develo...

Potential Of Epilepsy Surgeries Are Not Fully Harnessed Say Brain Specialists

...re surgeons cut out the abnormal brain tissue that sparks seizures. At leading centers, up to 80 percent of surgery recipients become seizure-free, with few complications. Thats not all. Improved technology is allowing surgeons to better pinpoint the bad spot and remove less brain tissue half as much as ...

Public Places in England Go Smoke Free

...king products on offer include an oral spray which sparks nausea were someone trying to quit relapse, a hand gel with tobacco extracts, and even a nicotine drink. There's even a kit for quitting smoking in two weeks. According to a medical study, 70 percent of English general practitioners noted increas...

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