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The right is responsible

...ificantly greater right brain activity when people viewed a self-morph compared to a co-worker-morph. "One of the astonishing findings in psychology is that humans and the apes (including chimpanzees, orangutans, and some gorillas) are the only species that recognise their own faces in a mirror," says Kee...

Osteoporosis Drugs: right time to take-off

...therapies. The osteoporosis medications market is viewed as a typical lifestyle related disease with high brand loyalty. Current lifestyle disease markets like cardiovascular and diabetes therapies are gradually getting saturated. The time is right for Indian pharmaceutical companies to focus on the osteop...

Right side of the brain helps in awareness

...ificantly greater right brain activity when people viewed a self-morph compared to a co-worker-morph. "One of the astonishing findings in psychology is that humans and the apes (including chimpanzees, orangutans, and some gorillas) are the only species that recognise their own faces in a mirror," says Kee...

New therapy for PMS

...mber of subjects with open-label treatment must be viewed as preliminary but suggest that citalopram treatment is effective for PMS patients who failed previous...treatment."...

An hour of exercise a week cuts hypertension

... should emphasize that their results should not be viewed as a message against encouraging people to exercise more on a daily basis rather it should encourage people who think they cannot exercise enough to improve their health....

The Best Way To Get Your Childs Attention

...ed with attention problems. Results show those who viewed more hours of television than average at the earlier ages were significantly more likely to have developed attention problems than those who watched a normal amount of television. Specialists say early childhood is a time of rapid brain growth in c...

An insight of the small intestine

...n the person's abdomen.// The pictures can then be viewed to show lesions in areas that are not accessible by a colonoscopy or endoscopy. This technology, while allowing for a great deal more diagnostic ability, has some downsides, according to Mayo Clinic's Amy Hara, M.D., who presented new research at th...

Women At A Greater Risk For Heart Failure

Doctors have long viewed heart failure as a man’s disease, but recent reports suggest it is an equal opportunity condition. Now, a new study is helping to identify which women are at highest risk.// According to investigators who analyzed the medical records of nearly 2,400...

Parental Behavior And Movies Can Alter Perceptions About Smoking

...igarettes if their parents smoked and children who viewed PG-13- or R-rated movies were five times as likely... drank alcohol at least once a month; children who viewed PG-13- or R-rated movies were five times as likely to choose wine or beer....

Scientists Awarded Appropriately For Contribution Towards Medical Research

Science is usually viewed with awe, not to mention a little fear or suspicion; it is perceived as a realm that most people cannot understand, let alone hope to enter. Such an // approach can be dangerous if they can affect public policy concerning the use of science. If the ...

The Science of Solar Eclipse

...meter or more beyond the opening. The Sun can be viewed directly only when using filters specifically designed for this purpose. Such filters usually have a thin layer of aluminum, chromium or silver deposited on their surfaces that attenuates ultraviolet, visible, and infrared energy. The use of color ...

Clowns farewell in operating room, easing anxiety in children

...dren until the administration of anaesthesia, were viewed as annoying when it came to doctors and nurses. A questionnaire was distributed regarding the presence of clowns inside the operating theatre, the results of which revealed that clowns were indeed a benefit to the child. However, the majority of st...

Sterilization Of Dental Instruments Is Inadequate, Says Study

...ese devices cannot be reliably cleaned and must be viewed as single use devices. In turn practitioners must be adequately recompensed for endodontic files in their switch to single use,” said Dr Andrew Smith, senior lecturer in Oral Microbiology at the University of Glasgow Dental School...

Consumers Worried About Trans-Fats The Most

...nducted in Canada found 34 percent of the surveyed viewed trans-fat as their primary concern. Trans-fats have been widely publicized in Canada. The Canadian government is considering banning trans-fat in all food products. In the U.S., labeling trans-fat will be required starting on January 1, 2006. The U...

The Exposure Of Cadmium And Its Effects On Kidneys

...mium exposure are clinically minor, they should be viewed as early indicators of potential severe health effects, according to the researchers. Given the size of the exposed population, there may be a significant public health risk, and efforts beyond smoking cessation programs are needed to reduce exposure...

Visually impaired prefer specially enhanced TV

...dividual preference. Additionally some images were viewed at enhancement levels arbitrarily set to 4 different levels: smaller details enhanced with higher and with lowers contrast than the individual selection and larger details also at higher and at lower contrast. Peli and his team found that patients ...

India extends National TB Control Program

... of the global tuberculosis burden. The disease is viewed as a major health problem because of its high mortality and morbidity. RNTCP was introduced in India through a series of pilot projects beginning in 1993. Over the years it has been gradually stepped up to cover a larger population. In 1997, the Wo...

Men queue up for Circumcision In Swaziland To Prevent HIV/AIDS

...HIV prevalence rates. Circumcision, once widely viewed as unmanly, it is making a sudden comeback in the country since the publication of a South African study that finds the practice could reduce the risk of contracting HIV. According to the study published in the November 2005 issue of PLoS Medicine...

Several helping of fruits and vegetables help the pressure off the pump- the heart!

...n their carnivorous counterparts. The study can be viewed as a published work in the Archives of Internal Medicine. The scientists studied the relation between a protein intake based on vegetable sources on the BP of subjects and showed that the results bolstered the case of vegetarianism to promote cardio...

Mountain Biking Results In Serious Injuries

When viewed from the point of view of sport, mountain biking has always been considered safe in the past. But today it has become an Olympic sport, and major injuries have become quite commonplace. //As many as three mountain biking injury cases have been report...

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