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Vegas Couples Hope Sevens Will Be Lucky Wedding Day

... as one at 9:30 am Saturday, Las Vegas was in full swing -- not enjoying blackjack or Wayne Newton, but that other Vegas specialty: the quickie wedding. "Every marriage needs a little luck to go with the love." Balcita said. Couples tied the knot in chapels all over the city Saturday, eager to enjoy a...

Harmison Ruled Out Off Test Series Due to Hernia

...ype of bowler to Hoggard and Sidebottom - offering swing rather than pace. And with the Lord's wicket offering more bounce than in the past, England would probably favour Broad's claims over Anderson, who has not played a home Test since 2004. Hampshire's Tremlett, who was called into the squad as extr...

Greek Heatwave Kills Two

... Monday. With air-conditioning and fans at full swing electricity consumption reached a peak of 10,603 Megawatts, far ahead of the previous record of 9,955 MWe recorded last August, leading to calls for restraint from the authorities. "I call on housewives not to operate their appliances simultaneousl...

Genes That Produce 'skimmed Milk' in Cows Identified

...-fat milk but with only the good fats, which could swing things back in favour of full-fat milk. In the UK, for example, only 25% of milk sold is full fat. In future if whole milk can be made to contain unsaturated fats which are good for you then it might mean that people change back to whole milk produ...

Life Functions Governed by Circadian Rhythms-new Research

...enes can oscillate with different amplitude -- the swing between the highest and the lowest point. Genes are expressed at very different levels, but most of them have the same relative change throughout the day. However, some genes show significant change in the amplitude in different organs or in response...

A Realistic Arm on the Anvil for Injured Soldiers

...e force of his grip. The wearer was also able to swing his arms more naturally while walking, all with the use of sensory feedback from the prosthesis instead of vision. 'The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago continues to advance this applied research and bring the application of the Targeted Reinner...

Humans Aren't the Only Ones With Obesity Problems

...connecting tissue forming a structure similar to a swing on a swing set. The extra weight in obese horses forces the connective tissue to tear and the bone breaks throu...

$1.5 Million Grant to Yale for Narcolepsy-Neurotransmitter Study

...r inhibition, whereas high levels of release might swing the tide over to excitation and increase cognitive arousal. However, on another target, NPY neurons, hypocretin directly excited the cells, byt dynorphin had little direct effect. Rather, dynorphin contributed to increased nerve cell activity by re...

Healing With Music Therapy

...ag Hindol - related to temple music - can induce a swing to move. Raag Todi - liked by even deer - provides mental relief to human beings,' he added. Raag Kedar, Jaimini said, is very effective in prayers and to neutralise anger. Source-IANS...

Foot Pain Ruining Your Golf Swing?

The barrier to a perfect golf swing could lie in your big toe. Or your heel. Or on the...on painful foot conditions that can ruin your golf swing are heel pain, arthritis and pinched nerves. ? Arthritis can cause pain in the joint of your big ...

Madhya Pradesh to Implement New Nutrition Programme for Children

...tritious food to children of 3-6 years are in full swing in the 59,324 anganwadis. The expectant and nursing mothers will also benefit," said an official of the women and child welfare department. The menu will be a mix of cereals, vegetables, soya, lentils, fruit and milk. "Food items would be chosen ...

Heart Rhythms Swing Precariously to Emotion, especially Anger

Heart rhythms can swing perilously when we are angry, even igniting life and death situations, to reveal scientists after studying nearly 1000 cardiac patients//. With the help of special instruments, called implantable cardioverter defibrillators, inserted near the heart...

Researchers Developing Office-Based Cancer Screening Test

...reases a patient's chance at surviving. We want to swing those odds more in the patient’s favor.' Source-Newswise<BRSRM...

Preventive Action Intensified to Control Chikungunya Spread

... Vector control programmes are already on in full swing along with measures to plug the source of the infection as well as redouble fogging, to contain the spread of fever. SAV...

Easing Kids into the Basics of Back to School

...es. Brown advised that as school gets into full swing the family should spend at least 20 minutes together sitting down and talking, preferably while enjoying a healthy dinner. A productive workspace must be provided with the study area being quiet, well-lit and technology-free. It would be advisable...

Campaigners and Health Officials Fight Against Polio in Namibia

...d Kamwi said that all the work is going on in full swing and about 6 400 officials and volunteers had been deployed for the campaign. Every village is covered by mobile teams which are specially allotted 800 vehicles. But minor problems are witnessed said the health ministry official Ithindi Shipanga due ...

180 dubious employees given the pink slip

...kely to surface” The investigations are on in full swing and as they come to light, more people will face the cutting edge of losing their jobs. There are also parallel efforts in process to prosecute the fraudulent employees after recovering the payments made to them. An FIR has been registered and polic...

Motivation Yardstick: Rewards or Punishment? Discover the Superior Performance Trigger

...that at the end of a couple of rounds, there was a swing in participation among the ‘punishment’ group, who cohesively worked in the team to achieve a target. The non-punishing group was virtually orphaned with most people crossing over to the ‘punishing group’. Though the latter rounds did not really h...

Biological Clock Could Be Re-Set: Study

...l health could be re-set to help people working in swing shifts, experiencing jet lag or facing depression. // Everyone is equipped with a biological clock, a region in the brain of the size of a corn kernel, which dictates our sleep-wake cycles. A research conducted by Kent State professor David Glass ha...

Ireland: Heart Disease Deaths Drop By Half.

...little or nil physical activity, that threatens to swing these healthy signs by around 13% or 500 deaths. The authors have advised that if lifestyle changes are not seriously made, the tables will certainly be turned on the health advantages made in Ireland....

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