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Genetic Factors Behind Mosquitoes Resistance to Malaria Identified

...er a century. Only recently have people started to think about curing mosquitoes of malaria, said Dr. Baxter, who also is a research associate with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute at UT Southwestern. Nobel laureate Dr. Johann Deisenhofer, who is senior author of the study, said that the new findings ...

World's First Face Transplant Patient Feels She is Alive Again

...mily," she said. "Not a day goes by when I don't think of her," she said of the anonymous donor. "She is constantly on my mind. It's too hard to explain. My only hope is that her family knows how grateful I am. She gave me a second chance." Since Dinoire's operation several other face transplants have ...

Tobacco Firm's Research Funds Spark Protest in SKorea

...d in the research in Western countries. "I don't think my research will be used by the tobacco company to boost sales. I believe anti-smoking groups are protesting my research because it is funded by a US company," he said....

Britneys Confession - 'I'm Not a Virgin'

...e were together so long and I had this vision. You think you're going to spend the rest of your life together. Where I come from, the woman is the homemaker, and that's how I was brought up - you cook for your kids." Spears returns after a gap of almost 18 months said she now realizes "I need my single ...

Protein That Absorbs Lipids may Provide Future Weight-loss Strategies

...he intestine compensate and absorb the fat. "We think of the intestine as a single organ, but it's really made up of distinct areas that are so specialized it's almost like several organs. The fat that is not absorbed in the proximal areas ends up being bumped into the distal intestine where different s...

Brain Pathway for Depression Revealed

...-related behavior, according to their study. "I think this will help us make sense of how there can be s...ression-related behavior," said Airan. "We usually think of psychiatric disorders as fuzzy and intractable, and this study showed me that, with the right too...

British Woman Who Has inherited Breast Cancer Wants to Spread Awareness

...n't. "My family have tried to dissuade me. They think that illness comes directly from God and that you shouldn't play around with God's work," she says. But McQueen firmly believes that more can be done to reverse the horrible fate of women like herself, and that awareness needs to be raised about br...

Toni Collette is Pregnant

...e universe trying to tell me," she said. "But I think everything happens when it's meant to," she added....

Meet the 07/07/07 Baby

...their child would be born on the 7th, they did not think much about it because their kids have so far been born a few days earlier or after the date given. It's an amazing set of co-incidences. I hope she will have lots of good fortune. But she's so beautiful, we already feel like the luckiest parents in...

Efforts on to Tackle Health Problems Faced by US Truck Drivers

...esents about 2,000 companies and suppliers. "But I think companies are having to look at this because of the skyrocketing health care costs and related workers compensation costs." Encouraging the drivers to go in for regular BP cholesterol checks, making available green tea, water and diet drinks in ven...

Fasting Makes Women Talk Less

...ornia State University-Sacramento, as saying. "I think that the effect of fasting on the voice is more a result of dehydration than anything else. I see a lot of professional voice users (including singers and actors) who need constant reminding to drink water," he added....

Experts Need to Include Children in Research

...e safety of all the children in our care. If you think something might help children but youre not certain, it is unethical not to do the research and find out. You might be depriving a child of something that could do immense good, explained Professor Warner. The new 650,000 pound unit includes two out...

Eyeglass Guide Launched That Aids in Choosing the Right Eyewear

...ng to Tisch, the guide will encourage consumers to think of their glasses as more than just a means of correcting their vision, but as a way to enhance and protect their vision. In addition to the Web site, the public will have access to a hard copy of the guide through inserts in leading national health...

Radical Change in the Lifestyle Might Bring a Greener Future for Brits

...ut the driving force to make it work was there. We think that zero carbon Britain can do that again - it can give us a positive future. It is a political challenge but we had the political will power to abolish slavery even though lots of people said that would cost the economy too much," Allen said. Th...

Invisible Gases Form Most Organic Haze in Urban, Rural Areas: Study

...unds (VOCs), the same gases that form smog. "We think the gases react over a few days as the air travels downwind into more rural regions, producing more organic haze," Jimenez said. Reactive gases are a diverse group of chemical compounds that include VOCs, surface ozone, nitrogen compounds and sulfu...

Brits Need to Change Lifestyle to Have a Greener Future: Report

...ut the driving force to make it work was there. We think that zero carbon Britain can do that again - it can give us a positive future. It is a political challenge but we had the political will power to abolish slavery even though lots of people said that would cost the economy too much," Allen said. Th...

Replacement Drivers Lend a Helping Hand to the Drunk and Stranded in Korea

... a ride on a truck bound for Seoul. You constantly think how fast and cheaply you can return to Seoul to get another order. He said he sometimes spent time at a 24-hour cafe, waiting for bus service to resume at 5 a.m. About 80 percent of the passengers on the first bus bound for Seoul are replacement dr...

Medical Science Strides-No Guarantee For Pre-Mature Babies

...rgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C.:"I think we really should counsel the parents more carefully and not highlight the miracle stories, but give a clear picture of what is the evidence in terms of survival. Most neonatologists believe babies born before 23 weeks' gestation have virtually no cha...

Eco-architecture Takes Root in Thailand, but Growth is Slow

...h global warming, it is a sign that people have to think about the systems (they use)," he says. Electricity for the Bio-Solar House is generated by 62.5 square metres (672 square feet) of solar panelling. They provide a surplus of energy, and every month Soontorn sells up to 1,000 baht (29 dollars) of e...

Parental Match-making Blossoms in a Beijing Park

...ents are rigorous in their search for someone they think will be good enough for their children. Matchmaking rules in China generally mean that a wife must be younger, less educated, have a lower salary and be shorter in stature than her husband. Parents match Chinese birth years, zodiac signs, even acce...

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