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Endangered species may be successfully cloned in another animal's womb

...The scientific journal Cloning has reported in its upcoming edition that the Iowa cow is expected to deliver the cloned Asian gaur sometime next month. The Asian gaur is a cow-like animal native to India and Burma. It will become the first endangered species to be cloned and the first cloned animal to gestat...

More Research Required For COPD

...ing people continually get worse. Researchers say upcoming studies should look at the clinical features of the disease and the burden COPD places on society, how the disease develops, how to treat people with stable and severe COPD, and new drug therapies that may improve the care people receive for the dise...

Ultrasounds To Detect Changes In Heart Motions

...he heart muscle “shifts gears” or prepares for the upcoming phase. Researchers at the Mayo Clinic Translational Ultrasound Research Unit study the mechanical, biochemical and electrical aspects of these transitions which occur between phases of relaxation -- when the heart ventricles fill with a volume of bl...

Pill might be able to reduce the damage loud noise does to your hearing

...olsters the ear's own antioxidant defenses. In the upcoming federally funded experiment with the Marines, half will get NAC in their flavored drink and the other half won't. Then researchers will see if the first group fares better. Some experts are cautious about the antioxidant approach. It makes sense the...

Scientists Consider About New Technology Called Nanotechnology

...theoretical ideas to practice have facilitated the upcoming of this field in a big way. Even with the very little knowledge that is currently available regarding nanotechnology, scientists have manufactured transistors measuring 130 nanometers. With our ever increasing knowledge of nanoscience and the abili...

Winter Premature Babies Face Threat From Lung Disease

...take action to protect premature babies during the upcoming virus season, which begins in October and lasts through April—and in some parts of the country, beyond then. Although RSV’s symptoms are often similar to those of a cold or influenza, its consequences can be significantly more serious for premature...

PET Scanning can help in early detection of Alzheimer’s diseas

...y remembering details of conversations, events and upcoming appointments. Patients with MCI cannot be diagno...e stage of disease to develop and evaluate new and upcoming treatment options for Alzheimer's, according to researcher....

New device to help spinal cord injury cases walk

...c Association Ontario. The study will appear in an upcoming issue of the journal Spinal Cord....

A treatment for lung cancer: similar to Vitamin A but with few side effects.

...ects." In the current study, due to appear in an upcoming issue of Oncogene, Yian Wang, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor of surgery, You, professor of surgery, and colleagues demonstrate that lung-cancer-susceptible mice receiving non-toxic doses of bexarotene ended up with fewer and smaller benign and mali...

Girl Foetus Aggravates Asthma Symptoms

...most common diseases associated with pregnancy. An upcoming study by the authors to be published this spring shows that eight to nine percent of pregnant women have a history of asthma. Edited (IANS)...

Women Portray Stronger Immune Response As Compared to Men, Study Suggests

...ys a study// . The study is an eye-opener to the upcoming proof that there exist health differences in men and women and perhaps holds a clue to the reason why socially isolated men are prone to disease, as compared to isolated women. Previous studies have shown a connection between stress and immune func...

Immune Response To Flu Shots Influenced By Bereavement And Marital Status

A new study appearing in an upcoming issue of Brain, Behavior, and Immunity says that flu shots do not work properly in elderly patients who have experienced the death of a family member. //But older adults who have a happy marriage show increased response to these shots or injections t...

Plane Facts: Beneficial To Have Medics Full-Time In Super Jets

...iation, has provided a valuable insight during the upcoming production// of super jumbo jets. She said it was important to have a member of medical staff on every flight, to ensure immediate care to those who fall ill. The largest passenger plane in the world, the Airbus A380, is capable of carrying nearly...

Cutting-Edge: Five Hospitals in UK Go On a Resizing Rampage

...-cuts, that purports to save £25 million//, in the upcoming year. Nearly 480 positions in the Hospital will be under the axe following orders to avoid loss of seven per cent in annual turnover. The Royal Free Hospital NHS Trust has expressed its motive of ensuring that lay-offs will be kept to a minimum. ...

IIT Delhi To Display Its Technological Innovations In 'Open House'

...ment, visitors can acquire knowledge about several upcoming gadgets that can bring a difference to their life," Sen told IANS. IIT Delhi has invited students, experts, industry people and its alumni associations to participate in it in an active way. "The name open house signifies any one can walk in and ge...

Hong Kong Citizens Fear over Poisonous Vegetables in Local Markets

... also mentioning that raising the quota during the upcoming Tuen Ng Festival would be considered. ...

Research Throws Light On Regeneration of Hearing Cells

...reatment of hearing loss would be presented in the upcoming issue of Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences. ‘In these first studies of the role of the Rb protein in the ears of postnatal mice, we have confirmed that – under the right conditions – mature hair cells can go through the cell cycle and ...

Anti-Sense Drugs and Nanotechnology Offer New Hope In Cancer Fight

...hnologies - antisense drugs and nanotechnology. In upcoming years, we are likely to see nanotechnology play a greater role in detecting and treating cancers,’ said Ed Yong of the Cancer Research, UK. Source: Eurekaler...

UN Sending Aid To Angola To Counter Cholera

...airwaves encouraging Angolans to participate in an upcoming immunization campaign aimed at preventing killer child diseases. (Source:PTI News)...

Effect of Prolonged Stay in Space Studied Using Fruit Flies

... Kalm's research will depend on the results of the upcoming experiment and the level of cutbacks in funding for NASA's life sciences research. The shuttle launch will be the second NASA mission in the last two months with ties to UCF research. UCF optics professor James Harvey and two graduate students desi...

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