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DNA Transplant Brings Creation of Artificial Life a Step Closer

...thics panel was convened to review it. "I don't think there has ever been another field of science that has had so much public input and analysis before there have been any results. Potential abuses such as biological warfare concern everyone in the field," he said....

Interview With a Surgeon Hidden Hero of the NHS

...rmation available at the click of a button, do you think this trend is a boon or a bane? What is your advic...y on many occasions leading to accusations. I dont think patients want to see hospitals and doctors becoming bankrupt; but I am sure patients would like to f...

Better Resources Needed To Control Hospital Infections

...th sector feel overwhelmed by the MRSA problem and think little can be done to correct it. The cost of not dealing with MRSA includes prolonged patient length of stay and increased suffering for the patient, says Professor Collignon. Professor Collignon says that to reduce the prevalence of MRSA, all a...

Indian Doctors Refuse to Help HIV-positive Woman Deliver: Report

...ecology department. "These days those who have HIV think they will get media sympathy by blaming others." But officials from India's National Aids Control Organisation (NCAO) expressed shock at the report and said it would be investigated. "In this particular case we have recommended stringent action a...

Benoits Son Suffered from Fragile X Syndrome, a Rare Mental Disability

...ing Entertainment (WWE), Jerry McDevitt says, ''I think it's fair to say that the subject of caring for that child was part of what made their relationship complicated and difficult, and it's something they were both constantly struggling with. We do know it was a source of stress and consternation. '(S...

Non Smoking Workers Absorb the Carcinogen Immediately

...the most dangerous carcinogens around, its time to think about whether they want to deal with that kind of liability, said Marice Ashe with the Public Health Law Program at the Public Health Institute in Oakland, CA. and the lead author of the legal analysis. The science is making it easier and easier to p...

RNA Play a Vital Role in Gene Activity

... patterns themselves were determined. "I like to think of it as genomic scuba diving," said Rinn of the new experiments. The tiling array allowed him to map the boundaries of the regions around four clustered sets, or loci, of HOX genes, known as HOXA through HOXD, to near-nucleotide resolution. That's s...

Hundreds of Thousands Attend Madrid Gay Pride Parade

...n Livingstone among those enjoying the party. "I think people are completely safe to walk about the streets of London today and tomorrow," he told BBC radio ahead of the march. "I have promised my family all week that we are all going on the Gay Pride march. We will all be there." Spain is at the for...

Loss of Antenna Leads to Cancer in Insects

...from defects in cellular signaling systems, and we think we have just identified a really exciting signaling connection, Fox Chase Cancer Center molecular biologist Erica A. Golemis, Ph.D., points out. In the new study, Golemis and her Fox Chase colleagues found that two proteins with important roles in ...

Workers Compelled to Stay in Shape to Avoid Pay Cuts

...s smoking or high cholesterol go unchecked. "I think it's a good idea," said Mindy Blandford, a Clarian registered nurse. "It will cut down on smoking and help people to do better with lifestyle." But some are not in agreement with the program as they feel it is an intrusion in their personal life. ...

New York Bans Trans Fats in Restaurants

...ny, many that have not switched, and that's why we think that other states need to pass laws similar to NYC's," she said. According to Greenstein, the example of New York will be followed in the fall by the city of Philadelphia, while a dozen US states are warming to the idea. In Europe, where consumpt...

Hoarding can Endanger Lives, Says New Study

...chases begin to overtake their house, they may not think they have a problem. "Friends and family may see the hoarding as a bigger problem than the person who hoards. They come to visit and there is no place to sit down because of all the clutter," Hart said. Other persons who hoard may feel they have ...

Depression Therapy Reduces Suicide Attempts

...m suicidal thoughts, said Dr. Simon. Instead, we think that, on average, starting any type of treatmentmedication, psychotherapy, or bothhelps most people of any age have fewer symptoms of depression, including thinking about suicide and attempting it. That said, he likened population-based studiesboth o...

Blocking the Y2 Receptors can Prevent Obesity

...ith high levels of stress for so long their bodies think its normal. If these people also eat a high fat and high sugar diet, which is what many do as a way to reduce their stress, they will become obese. Until now, the pharmaceutical industry has focused on appetite suppressants with only moderate succe...

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...

Art in Hospitals to Enhance Patient Care

...nd day-to-day health. Mr. Tyndall said, When you think about wellbeing, take the notion that people arent doing enough exercise in terms of sport the take up among men has generally been higher than among women.For some people the gym is not particularly appealing compared to dance for many dance can b...

NASA Gets Ready To Address Tough Questions

...the possibility of death during a mission.'I don't think they've been great at dealing with this type of thing in the past,' says former astronaut Story Musgrave, a six-time space shuttle flier who has a medical degree. 'But it's very nice that they're considering it now.'...

Female Ducks Develop Complicated Genitals to Outwit Aggressive Males

...ertilized eggs, the researchers suggest. "What I think is really cool is this does speak a lot about the ability of the female to have these cryptic mechanisms of choice," Brennan said....

Gulf War Veterans Exhibit Memory Impairment

...cal basis for what might be wrong with them. But I think that what is really important about this brain imaging research is that it suggests that we really need to take their symptoms seriously, that there is a clear neurological basis for their complaints, says Ms. White. But the findings do not prove ...

Sleep Deprivation can Affect Competent Decision-making

...n good health and optimum performance. Those who think they might have a sleep disorder are urged to discuss their problem with their primary care physician, who will issue a referral to a sleep specialist....

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