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And now live birth on the internet.com?

...o be a big hit with Singaporeans. This is called view baby project and the web casting technology used by view baby has been used for corporate video conferencing and to broadcast Madonna’s latest concert. The p...

Breast cancer treatment to be determined by gene test

...t. The genetic testing and counseling changed the view of the patients and made them take up the surgery eagerly. This way, women were more willing to take up the painful decision of undergoing a mastectomy more cheerfully....

Focus on DNA transcription

...y of this additional binding site will change the view of how transcription is regulated in the cell" Erie said.She further added that many cancers involve over or improper expression of genes and some are regulated at the level of transcription.Knowing now that there are two binding sites on the enzyme...

The effect of heart rate in middle aged men

...agues from the MATISS Project have come out with a view that Heart rate appears to be a strong independent predictor of cardiovascular mortality, noncardiovascular mortality and all-cause mortality in middle-aged men.// In their study , data were collected from 2533 men who were between 40 to 69 years of...

Micro-camera provides new breast imaging technique

...ough to enter the opening in a nipple – is able to view the lining of the milk ducts from the inside to determine the presence of cancerous cells before they spread beyond the ducts. Images are relayed to television screens from which doctors can evaluate cells for the presence of pre-malignant changes. I...

Drooping eyelids more common in men

...om the Rotterdam Eye Hospital, took side and front view photographs// of the eyes of 256 people between the ages of 12 and 88. They found that after the age of 35, the lower eyelid started to sag, the effect of which was twice as great in men as women. Sagging is caused by the increased laxity of eyelid...

FDA approves first pocket-sized EKG machine

...plugs into the top of the device. A doctor could view the readings right on the PDA screen. Or, if ambulance workers were recording the measurements, the PocketView ECG can transmit the results over wireless phones to a computer for a doctor to view. Or plug in a printer and the PocketView will spit out...

DNA helps in cellular function

...y of this additional binding site will change the view of how transcription is regulated in the cell" Erie said.She further added that many cancers involve over or improper expression of genes and some are regulated at the level of transcription.Knowing now that there are two binding sites on the enzyme...

A question on study of Adult Stem Cell

...rs now question -- have challenged the traditional view that with the possible exception of those from the brain, adult stem cells are limited to the tissues from which they arise. Many opponents of the creation of stem cells through the removal of an inner cell mass from a 5-to-7-day-old embryo, which is...

Prefiguring Alzheimer's disease

...n of Alzheimer's dementia, while there is also the view that it's a disease in its own right. A new clue comes from the now-famous Nun Study, which is looking at 500 Sisters of Notre Dame. The Sisters agreed to have frequent physical and psychological exams and that their brains could be studied after d...

Osteoporosis could be caused by irregular periods

...ree months or more. When asked, most women did not view a change in their menstrual cycle as an important health concern. Researchers say this may have caused a delay for many women in receiving an accurate diagnosis of POF. Estrogen and other ovarian hormones help maintain bone density. Women without ho...

DNA transcription to be focused

...y of this additional binding site will change the view of how transcription is regulated in the cell" Erie said.She further added that many cancers involve over or improper expression of genes and some are regulated at the level of transcription.Knowing now that there are two binding sites on the enzyme...

Combined scan gives exact cancer diagnosis

...atomical picture given by CT, doctors get a better view of a tumour. In this study, a group of 10 women with ovarian cancer were examined, and in 60 per cent, combined PET CT picked up lesions not detected by CT alone....

Dangers from lead

...constitute a significant public health problem, in view of the long residence time of lead in bone.” The findings demonstrated that protecting children from the serious risks posed by lead was still more complicated than believed. Doctors generally check for lead exposure in children by testing their blo...

Traffic Violations Result in Safer Drivers

...y to generate revenue, and police themselves often view traffic duty as beneath their skills. A study evaluated fatal crashes over an 11-year period in , Canada, linking the crashes to traffic convictions during the same time period. Nearly 9,000 drivers were involved in such crashes, and more than 21,00...

Indian pharma industry upbeat on WTO drug deal

...e India an edge over other developing countries in view of the cheaper production cost here,'' he added. ...is really good news from the humanitarian point of view as it will serve a world of difference so far as treating dreaded diseases are concerned,'' observed...

SARS research confirms link to animals

...and this is critically important from the point of view of public health. The researchers found the virus in civets, raccoon-dogs and ferret badgers that were offered for sale as food in a market in Shenzhen, but said it is not clear if these animals were the natural source of the virus. "It is conceiva...

Mad Cow Disease Might Be Linked to Blood Transfusions

...e as the oral route, leading them to conclude, “In view of the high efficiency of transmission of the BSE agent to primates by the intravenous route, the latter should be regarded as a likely route of contamination for vCJD patients with a medical history involving a transfusion during the period at risk....

Positive Thinking

... optimism were divided into 4 groups. Patients who view themselves as optimistic had lower rates of death than their pessimistic counterparts, according to the new study. Results show there were 397 deaths over nine years. Those who reported high levels of optimism had a 55 percent lower risk of death o...

The Risks Of Fast Food Consumption

...can be linked to adverse health outcomes . Thus in view of the high and increasing rates of fast food consumption, researchers suggest further study into the effects of this dietary pattern on public health ....

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