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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...ved to have some stage of Alzheimer’s. Researchers think this common form of Alzheimer’s is triggered by a ...eemed to be at risk of developing Alzheimer’s. “I think Alzheimer’s is going to be much easier to treat if you can prevent accumulation of AB in your brain,...

Pharaoh Hatshepsut Died in Pain Due to Cancer

... poor health. But with the data at our disposal, I think any diagnosis is merely speculative," added Gino Fornaciari, professor of forensic anthropology at the University of Pisa....

Live Earth Will Make the World More Aware of the Crisis Facing the Earth, Hopes Al Gore

...lion people, ' he told The Observer. 'People often think on a parochial basis, so it's vital to be there. W...ing 10, but touching 2 billion people about what I think is the biggest issue that's ever faced humanity.' Steve Howard of the environmental charity Climate...

Rosehips may Be an Effective Alternative for Rheumatoid Arthritis

...l Centre in Berlin, who co-led the study, said: "I think we were all surprised to see such meaningful resul...f these studies confirm what we have found, then I think we could be talking about clinical guidelines."...

Bird Flu in Asia Still High Risk Says WHO Official

...p UN health agency official said on Tuesday. "I think countries in this part of the world have done a lot to fight the virus. But in spite of it, the virus is still circulating," said Shigeru Omi, WHO's regional director for the Western Pacific. "This is the challenge. We remain concerned. We must avo...

Accused 13yr Old Admits to Stabbing Her Brother

...r you. I was thinking I cant, I cant do that, I think I said it and he was like you have to do it, she testified. She told the court her younger brother pleaded for his life, saying: "I'm scared. I'm too young to die." After she stabbed her brother, the girl said Steinke slit his throat while she ...

Strange Sex Life of Mole-rats may Provide Clues About Human Infertility

... Mary, University of London, said. Currently, we think that the behavioural interactions between the queen and the non-breeders are translated into the suppression of certain fertility hormones (luteinizing and follicle stimulating hormones). In the non-breeding females this has the effect of suppressi...

Yawning Actually Helps You Keep Awake

...omoting sleep, yawning should antagonise sleep. We think contagious yawning is triggered by empathic mechanisms which function to maintain group vigilance, the Daily Mail quoted lead researcher, Dr Gordon Gallup, as saying. For the study, the researchers recruited 44 college students to watch, individual...

Cognitive Test Takers and Score Variation

...he worth of single, one-time test scores. I dont think many people would have expected that the variability would be this large, and apparent in a wide variety of cognitive tests not simply tests of speed or alertness, says Salthouse. Psychologists frequently use tests of vocabulary, word recall, spat...

Therapeutic Cancer Vaccine Trials

...ding to the researchers, it may be more helpful to think of the effectiveness of a vaccine in terms of the response of the patient, rather than the response of the tumor. While the Response Criteria in Solid Tumors (RECIST) experimental standards works well in evaluating therapies that are toxic to tumor...

Malaysian Astronaut to Conduct Cancer Research in Space

...pace was a waste of time and money. "Worse, many think we will spin a top in space or make milk tea," he was quoted as saying by the Star newspaper. Russia will send Malaysia's first cosmonaut into space in October 2007 as part of a scientific mission aboard the International Space Station. The two c...

EU Aims to Shake Up Wine Industry With Root-and-branch Reform

...ling to win back lost market share in Europe. "I think we shoot ourselves in the foot with rules that are indeed illogical," Fischer-Boel said. "For example, we propose for the first time that all EU wines would be allowed to indicate the vintage and the wine variety on the label," she added. The ref...

Arnold Schwarzenegger Blamed for Backtracking in the Fight Against Carbon Emission

...you look at Congress and the White House you would think that climate change is not a big issue with Americ...put the pressure on the federal government, and we think that's worked quite well thus far." Indeed, the dominoes have started falling across the country. ...

New Asthma Gene Identified

...e professor at the U-M School of Public Health. "I think eventually it will lead to new therapies because it points to a specific biological molecular pathway. Once we understand the biology and we know the players, it's possible to target with specific drugs." Childhood asthma treatments are heavily focu...

Women are the Real Bosses at Home

...their husbands to what they said. "That's what I think was particularly interesting. It wasn't just that the women were bringing up issues that weren't being responded to, but that the men were actually going along with what they said. They (women) were communicating more powerful messages and men were r...

An Offbeat Suit With Electronic Monitor

...nts out that his researchers were not the first to think of this technology, but were the first worldwide to develop smart garment management technology that works, he said. The wardrobe has a touch screen on the outside and conductive metal bands spanning the hanging rail inside, with wires connecting i...

US Teens Charged With Gang Raping a Woman

...his takes it to another level, something you can't think of even in your worst dreams," police spokesman Te...w each other from the neighborhood, but they don't think they knew the victims directly. Prosecutors have 21 days from the time a suspect is arrested to fo...

Harry Potter Final Book - Prediction and Expectations

... draws on in this book," she said. "One reason I think you might see Ron be the character who sacrifices ...iend -- to be the sacrifice," Nel said. "I don't think Rowling is going to kill Harry. I think Harry will survive, but I definitely don't think it will be ...

Exercise Reduces Inflammation

...ng done in the cardiovascular disease realm, but I think (it may be effectively used as a monitor) for other diseases, such as Alzheimers, diabetes and metabolic syndrome, he said. Woods said the main question motivating the current research was, What factors are related to CRP in the elderly? Weve kno...

An Electronic Shirt That Monitors Your Hearts Health

... Thomas said though his team were not the first to think of this technology, but they were the first worldwide to develop smart garment management technology that worked. The wardrobe has a touch screen on the outside and conductive metal bands spanning the hanging rail inside, with wires connecting it t...

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