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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...o Clinic Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center. “The whole idea is to move back detection of the disease process earlier and earlier.” Such biological profiling could also help in the effort to develop and test therapeutic drugs, he says. “If we have clarified who is more likely to develop the disease, we c...

Nurse Has Miraculous Escape as Window is Blown Off an Air Ambulance

...t,"' he said. Fogg said the patient, who saw the whole thing, was not in danger because he was on oxygen. The man was a Vietnam veteran and told Fogg he had flashbacks of being shot out of the air. The pilot made an emergency landing in Boise, and Fogg was rushed to the hospital, where he needed 13 sti...

Live Earth Will Make the World More Aware of the Crisis Facing the Earth, Hopes Al Gore

... vital to be there. We've got to talk and make the whole world listen. Live Earth China, on the steps of the Oriental Pearl Tower in Shanghai, will feature popular national singers as well as Britain's Sarah Brightman, and be broadcast across the country by the Shanghai Media Group. Steve Howard, chief...

Son Donates Part of Liver to Ailing Father, Transplant Successful

...nts the culmination of two years' hard work by the whole team here in Leeds....

Embryo Protection Law in Germany

...rried out the most number of ART procedures in the whole of Europe, with France and the UK in second and third place respectively. However, in 2004 France performed the most ART procedures (nearly 70,000), followed by Germany (just over 60,000), Spain (nearly 41,000) and the UK (just over 40,000). There ...

Sporty Spice Fears That She Might Never Get Pregnant

...self. It took me a long time to recover from the whole experience that was the Spice Girls. It was such a huge, life-changing event and a crazy time. I was living off adrenaline and wasnt taking care of myself, she said. I had put pressure on myself to look a certain way. I found it hard to feel worthy...

Australian Father Gets 15 Year Jail Term for Forcing Bestial Acts on His Daughters

...nding and will no doubt continue to suffer for the whole of their lives. "In each case their ability to lead a normal and happy life has been destroyed." The judge said the man had been diagnosed with severe borderline personality disorder and had shown little remorse for his paedophilic and zoophilic ...

Humans are Gobbling Up a Quarter of Nature's Resources, Reveals Study

...ation there is, the less rainfall there is and the whole system dries up," said Haberl. The findings appear in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), reports New Scientist....

Chilean Lake Disappears, Thanks to Global Warming

...n scientists have reported the disappearance of a whole lake in the south of the country. The lake, some 20,000 square metres in area, in the Bernardo O'Higgins National Park in Patagonia, Chile, was last seen in March. By May, all that was left was a crater and a few strands of floating ice.A river r...

Dengue Surge in Singapore, Man Prosecuted for Breeding Mosquitoes

...ery, one may have to push the date back until this whole outbreak is over." Mr Khaw said the main problem is that mosquitoes now carry a different strain of dengue that causes more people to come down with the illness....

Snack Foods Fortified With Fiber

...ther ailments."That's where there's a big push for whole grains and fiber," he said. "There's interest in making healthier foods." Funded by a one-year, 30,000 dollars grant from the Kansas Wheat Commission, Alavi and researchers created flour enriched with varying levels of bran. They mixed the bran-enri...

A New Therapy to Protect Cancer Patients Against Infertility

...n long-acting and therefore cause shutdown for the whole time the patient is in chemo. This means that patients get unpleasant side effects related to having low oestrogen levels, such as hot flushes, and can also lead to loss of bone mass. The side effects associated with the cyclical use of GnRH anta...

Now, Fibre-enriched Tasty Snacks in the Making

...r ailments. "That's where there's a big push for whole grains and fiber," he said. "There's interest in making healthier foods." Funded by a one-year, 30,000 dollars grant from the Kansas Wheat Commission, Alavi and researchers created flour enriched with varying levels of bran. They mixed the bra...

Nanospectrometer Aids in Identifying Nutrient Cycle

...rlay chemical and physical images. It opens up a whole world of studies, Nealson said. You can use this technology to look at things going on inside the cell. This is going to change the way that we do a lot of microbiology. Capone added that the structural imaging capability of NanoSIMS could allow me...

Britneys Confession - 'I'm Not a Virgin'

...was married. "I've only slept with one person my whole life," she said. "It was two years into my relationship with Justin, and I thought he was the one. But I was wrong!" Britney said to a magazine The most painful thing I have ever experienced was that break-up," Spears told the W magazine,. "We we...

Brain Pathway for Depression Revealed

...Deisseroth said. They needed to be able to image a whole circuit simultaneously - and very rapidly - to see the effect. "What surprised me most was how specifically the measure tracked the depression-related behavior," said Airan. "We usually think of psychiatric disorders as fuzzy and intractable, and t...

Prions Capacity can Be Aggrevated by Solid Particles

...f prions was also enhanced when they were bound to whole soil. "Since the 1940s it's been known that 'infected pastures' have the ability to infect new animals," according to Aiken. Pedersen notes that soils are a complex mixture of organic and inorganic components that vary across the landscape and th...

Global Warming Threatens Tibet

...most half. According to the data collected, the whole of the Tanggula Range of mountains is suffering higher temperatures, lower rainfall and greater vaporization losses, an overall trend towards drier weather. The melting of the frozen earth beneath the surface is the cause of 80 percent of the damag...

Efforts on to Tackle Health Problems Faced by US Truck Drivers

... the US too they are more at risk of contracting a whole range of health problems than most others . They account for nearly 15 percent of U.S. work-related deaths. Obesity is rampant among them. Many don't bother to wear seatbelts because their stomachs get in the way, says a study commissioned by the T...

Protein Instrumental to Brain Development and Repair Identified

...palsy, and multiple sclerosis. "If we can marry whole body cooling with new approaches that boost the activity of this essential protein, we may be able to slow down injury and enhance myelination," said Dr. Gallo. "Some day we may be able to repair brain damage and subsequent affects such as mental ...

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