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Supermodel Kate Moss Brands Pete Doherty The Slug

...air. "She wants nothing to do with Pete. We all think it's great news. She's ditched his rock 'n' roll lifestyle and has started looking after herself again, the friend said....

Binge Drinking on College Campuses is a Matter of Fear, Not Freedom

... don't talk about how afraid they are because they think everyone will think they're a weenie. So, they conform. They talk about drinking -- where did they go, what did they do,...

US Patient Implanted With HeartMate II, Leaves ICU

...is minor," Moazami said. "He's got nine lives. I think we've used eight of them." Barnes-Jewish doctors are familiar with HeartMate II because the hospital is one of the institutions participating in the clinical trial. A small pump implanted in the body, it is attached to a half-inch cable connected...

Jessica Alba Prefers One-night Stands!

...s Cosmopolitan magazine, admitted that she doesn't think that one-night stands or women who sleep around ar...t it was like to be with different people. I don't think a girl's a sl*t if she enjoys sex," Hollywoodrag.com quoted her, as telling the mag. "I could have ...

Pureed Products Unnecessary and Harmful for Babies UK Expert

...1 million in 1989. Mrs Rapley said: "Parents often think that their babies need something more than milk when they get to four months or so. "But scientists and government advisors now agree that this isn't the case. "In 2002, the World Health Organisation backed-up research that found breast or formula ...

Obese Infant Kacey Causes Concern

...snacks - for their child.Some health professionals think it is unhelpful to see childhood obesity as potential neglect. Babies who gain weight too fast in the first years of life can become obese and develop high blood pressure later in life, putting hem at risk of early heart disease. Teams at Southampt...

AIDS No Longer a Death Sentence for South Africa's Children

... because I get very sick and I get very sad when I think of all the other children and babies that are sick with AIDS," the diminutive youngster told 10,000 delegates from around the world. Nkosi, who was at the time the country's longest-living HIV positive child, died the following year but his legacy pe...

Four Organ Transplants Dont Help, Canadian Teenager Dies

...fact that he's recovering so quickly and nicely, I think it's been really surprising the doctors ," said Lori MacIver, his mother."I want him to start living the life that a teenager should be living, and I just want to get back to home and start our normal life again, whatever normal is anymore," she had ...

Genetic Variations Leads to Fever After Smallpox Vaccination

...our study raises that possibility, Stanley says. I think this study will point us in that direction in terms of looking for genetic alterations that predict more serious complications. The Washington University scientists, working in collaboration with MRCE colleagues Robert Belshe, M.D., and Sharon Frey...

Exercise Reduces Fracture in Men

...s markedly after the menopause. But it is wrong to think of osteoporosis as a womans disease. Osteoporotic fractures are a risk for men too. Karl Michaelsson and colleagues at University Hospital, Uppsala, Sweden, report research in which over 2000 men were asked, during 1970 to 1973, about the amount of...

Body's Defence Mechanism Against Viral Disease Discovered

...rence of the disease. Earlier, scientists used to think that in order to protect from disease, the memory T cells need to multiply in the lymph nodes, and then migrate through the blood to kill infected cells at the site where the virus entered the body-most commonly the skin, the lungs or the gut. But ...

Breathalyzer Tests for Cops Involved in Shootings

...o do," Commissioner Raymond Kelly said, adding, "I think it's feasible." The NYPD would use the test results to determine whether alcohol factored into a shooting and if the shooter should be disciplined. The panel stopped short of banning drinking by undercovers. It instead recommended strict enforcement ...

Mercury in Antiques can Pose a Hazard - Study

...ts and Accessories last summer. "I didn't really think it was the hazard that it became," Smith said. "I grew up in the days when you played with the mercury that spilled out of a thermometer and nobody knew it was a problem." Exposure to high levels of mercury can cause damage to the brain, heart, kidne...

Actor Travolta Blames Psychotropic Drugs for US School Shootings

... much to do with gun control but drugs. "I still think that if you analyze most of the school shootings, it is not gun control. It is [psychotropic] drugs at the bottom of it," New York Post quoted Travolta, as saying. The Hairspray actor agrees with fellow Scientologist Tom Cruise who is one of the mo...

Two, Not One Networks Rule Brain's Voluntary Chain-of-command

...ive systems often act on different time scales. We think the frontoparietal network may be the more online, rapid-adapting controller, while the cinguloopercular network is the more stable, set, in-the-background controller." This doesn't mean the cinguloopercular network never calls for a change of cour...

Kelly Clarkson Reveals Bulimic Past

...ve got a butt, I'm Greek- I can't help that. And I think it's good for people to see normal," she said....

Go for Russia, Not China, Wine Experts Say

...ecember is sold out for the next year, some people think nothing of spending 60,000 euros on a car you see. But if you can't get the wine it's no good." The problem, agreed Singh, are the laws, the taxes, the paperwork and the differences between those in the different states. "At the moment 80 percent o...

Vietnam Plans Human Trial of Bird Flu Vaccine

... a different background in biology, and I actually think it's smart that Vietnam is investing in three technologies at this early stage in research and development," he said. He cautioned that developing an H5N1 vaccine was a complex task. "It's not like seasonal flu where we can vaccinate 10,000 people an...

Rural Work Ethic Curbs Elderly Heart Care

...of how theyve learned to live with, ignore or dont think about their heart conditions. What this means is, there is a risk of seeking help at too late a juncture, said Clark. But 24 hours can make the difference between successfully controlling heart failure symptoms and having to be hospitalized for a l...

Cigarette Smoking Delays Ligament Healing

...that includes all of the toxins found in smoke. We think exposing the mice to cigarette smoke itself is most relevant because when people smoke, they don't get individual components. They get everything." Sandell and Wright say their findings point to yet another reason smokers would do well to quit. "Ma...

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