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El Ni?o cycles linked to cholera outbreaks

...cience by ecologists at Cornell University and the universities of Barcelona, Maryland and London. Cholera is caused by the pathogenic microorganism Vibrio cholerae , a bacterium that lives among zooplankton in brackish waters and in estuaries where rivers meet the sea, and infects humans through contaminated w...

Shapely sperm-a valuable indicator of fertility

... over the years. Guzick and doctors at seven other universities studied sperm from the men in 600 infertile couples and 500 couples who had children. His study found that men were most likely to be fertile if their semen had more than 48 million sperm per milliliter, more than 52 percent of them were moving, and ...

New treatment for depression

...od prompting these latest trials. Doctors at the universities of South Carolina and Texas Southwestern Medical Center enrolled 75 patients with bipolar and unipolar depression into the study. All of the participants had severe depression and had failed to respond to at least two medications. The study found tha...

Coffee may help prevent cavities

... cause of dental caries. Scientists at two Italian universities conducted laboratory tests that showed coffee molecules prevent adhesion of S. mutans on tooth enamel. “All coffee solutions have high antiadhesive properties due to naturally ocurring and roasting-induced molecules,” says the lead author, Gabriel...

Nurses save more lives

...onwide. The researchers at Harvard and Vanderbilt universities compared the 20 percent of general medical and surgical patients who got the most nursing care with the 20 percent who got the least. They broke down the nursing care by the number of hours and the amount provided by registered nurses, licensed pract...

Function of genes in heart failure

... Researchers from Wake Forest University and other universities studied more than 500 groups of siblings. They used ultrasound to measure the efficiency of participants' hearts, specifically diastolic function. Diastolic function measures how efficiently the heart refills with blood after each heartbeat. They fou...

Dealing with personality disorders

...9 and 51 was conducted by researchers from various universities in Netherlands. They were evaluated for differences in rapid mood shift, impulsivity and aggression when given fluvoxamine or a placebo. Participants were first randomly and unknowingly given fluvoxamine or a placebo for six weeks. This was follow...

Admission to Russian varsities is looking up

Admission to Russian universities has picked up after a six - year low following the...evident from a two - day exhibition on the Russian universities jointly organized by the Russian Cultural Centre and Study Abroad Education Consultants (SAEC) here ...

Radiation for Bone Pain

...e spread to the bone. More than 160 hospitals and universities in the United States and Canada were involved in a study of about 900 men and women with breast or prostate cancer. Patients also had bone metastasis -- meaning the cancer had spread to the bones. All patients had moderate to severe pain. They were d...

Radiation for Bone Pain

...e spread to the bone. More than 160 hospitals and universities in the United States and Canada were involved in a study of about 900 men and women with breast or prostate cancer. Patients also had bone metastasis -- meaning the cancer had spread to the bones. All patients had moderate to severe pain. They were d...

Commercialization of Biotech Discoveries, An Encouragement For Researchers

...mercialisation of technologies discovery by Indian universities //and research institutions to create a strong dom...stry. The proposed legislation would give Indian universities and institutions such as the Indian Council of Medical Research and CSIR the ability to stake claims...

Compounds Found In The Vegetable Broccoli Could Have Anti-Cancer Properties

... conducted six years ago by Harvard and Ohio State universities it was found that men who ate two or more half-cup servings of broccoli per week had a 44 per cent lower incidence of bladder cancer compared to men who ate less than one serving each week. Researchers isolated compounds called glucosinolates from ...

Chronic Pain Syndrome May Be In The Genes

...ve disorders. Twenty-seven medical scientists at universities in Germany, Belgium, the United States, Finland, and Spain conducted the research to find the specific gene responsible for HNA. The study appears in the latest edition of Nature Genetics. By studying several multigenerational families who had seve...

LINK Applied Genomics Programme Promises To Revolutionize Healthcare Systems

...Salmonella. This programme had researchers from 17 universities and research institutions in collaboration with 23 industrial partners to identify new methods of harnessing the human genome. This £30 million research programme is centered on providing maximum information about the human genome and effective inc...

Watching Violent, Churning Movie Scenes Affect Problem-Solving Ability

..., reported 'Newswise', the online news service for universities and research institutions. Those who watched the first 20 minutes of 'Saving Private Ryan', which graphically depicts the D-Day invasion of Normandy during World War II, struggled with cognitive flexibility when compared to those who spent 20 minute...

Feeling good is good enough for a man

... based in Hamilton. It is one of the four Canadian universities among the top 100 universities in the world....

Mexico and US border attain a new outlook due to BiNational Sustainability Laboratory

...r researchers from both the government and private universities to work together. They can develop goods which can be marketed and help in making lives on both the sides secure and safe. The duties of the Sherpa who escort the mountain climbers time and again without appreciation are compared to the duties of t...

Defibrillators In Public Places Will Help Cardiac Patients

..., the researchers of Milan, Brescia and Washington universities found one in 100 survived to a year after their attack without any neurological problems before 2000, compared to three in 100 after, says the study which has appeared in the European Heart Journal. If the response time for using defibrillators was ...

Rural Population Enjoys Better Mental Health

... Warwick Medical School and Portsmouth and Bristol universities studied data for 7,659 adults, and found higher rates of suicides and common mental disorders such as depression and anxiety in urban areas. There are small but statistically significant differences in rates of common mental disorders between urba...

India set to become the global knowledge hub

...as listed in 2004. India today has more than 250 universities and many more R&D units, professional colleges and...ineers and 5,000 PhD scholars graduate from Indian universities and colleges every year. "With such a pool of qualified, English-speaking scientific and technolog...

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