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RNA Play a Vital Role in Gene Activity

...ferent chromosome," said Chang. "This opens up the whole genome to potential regulation by ncRNAs." The res...arget in the genome," said Chang. "There remains a whole level of biological complexity to be explored, including how HOTAIR knows where to go, how it talks ...

India AIDS Cases Due to Drop, Spending Up

... we have a good behavioural surveillance survey, a whole set of surveys has been done in high-presence stat...t's just a matter of time before it can invade the whole country."...

Hoarding can Endanger Lives, Says New Study

... because they haven't yet read it, can turn into a whole big mess. They have a hard time moving from the particular to the general," Hart added. Well-meaning family and friends may try to help by clearing all the clutter away from the hoarder's home-a temporary solution at best. Without mental health cou...

DelSite Working Toward Solving Delivery of Influenza Vaccine in Pandemic Situations

...- or cell-based antigen. In addition, the use of a whole virus (whole virion) provides more potent vaccines than vaccines produced using split or partial parts of the virus; the GelVac(TM) technology may be used to deliver vaccines made from any of these methods. DelSite's GelVac(TM) platform is based on...

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...

Art in Hospitals to Enhance Patient Care

... their mental and physical wellbeing. There is a whole range of different ways in which the arts and health can come together. Arts can also be used as a medium for public health promotion in the past art forms, such as theatre, have been used to get across messages about teenage pregnancy, drug and ...

Indian Doctor in Britain Made Record Eye Check-ups in a Day

... who was virtually blind. She was overwhelmed. The whole trip was very rewarding,' the 32-year-old optician said. During his two-week stay in the Indian city, Patel carried out more than 3,600 tests, according to the online edition of News Shopper. 'I'm definitely planning to do some more trips with V...

Indias First condom Bar Inaugurated by AIDS Patient

...ith. There were some apprehensions earlier but the whole concept has come out beautifully," CITCO managing director Jasbir Singh Bir told IANS. Chandigarh's AIDS control society project director Sonia Trikha appreciated the move by CITCO to spread awareness about the use of condoms through a regular bar...

New Research Promises To Take The Pain Off Breast Feeding

...leeding nipple on the right and fed on my left the whole time which then became really sore. "It was really unbearable and I was half way to giving up at six weeks, and that's a big thing for me to admit, she recalls. Yet, luck was on her side. Through an online mothers support group, Nicola who lives...

Major Change Needed to Achieve Dignified Care for Older People

...dividual practitioners and care homes, they say. A whole systems approach is much more likely to succeed; for example, changing infrastructure, procedures, management techniques, and staff training. Frontline care staff should not be made scapegoats; instead, their dignity should also be assured, they writ...

Campaign Aims To Improve Nutrition Among Hispanics

...about the benefits of fresh fruits, vegetables and whole grains now is available in some stores and churches in Dallas and Houston, and eventually will be distributed in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami and New York. The guide also includes recipes for healthier versions of some traditional Latin-Americ...

Scientists Discover Rare gene-for-gene Interaction That Helps Bacteria Kill Their Host

...is research is that we have been able to study the whole genome of the bacteria to work out how it kills its host, said Professor Stuart Reynolds from the University of Bath. People studying diseases think that the kind of gene-for-gene interaction between pathogen and host that we have found is quite co...

Portable Splint When Injured Far Away from Medical Help

...nd were a good way of encouraging exercise for the whole family. "Any medical advances such as this splint which can make the sport safer has to be welcomed." The splint was devised as part of an international collaboration between the Sheffield team and France's Institut Superieur de Plasturgie d'Al...

Premature Birth Linked With Increased Use of Pesticides

...ects peak in Indiana and in the United States as a whole during April through July, the same months as pesticides and nitrates reach their maximum concentrations in surface water. This year's presentation expands upon that work. "A growing body of evidence suggests that the consequence of prenatal expos...

The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, Holds the Ladle, is Not to Be Blamed If the Child Isnt in Fine Fettle

...ffective prevention perhaps we should focus on the whole family." Extra weight is not a good sign and can bring about a host of illnesses like asthma, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer....

Nature Unleashes Terror Across America

...have been raging across southern Georgia for three whole weeks now, in its wake scorching 167 square miles of forest and swamp, wet storms across the Southeast are currently churning the sea and have flooded Missouri, forcing many to abandon their homes. Smoke-filled air created a burning smell and a du...

Study Confirms Health Benefits of Whole Grains

A diet high in whole grain foods is associated with a significantly low...edicine. "Consuming an average of 2.5 servings of whole grains each day is associated with a 21 percent lower risk of cardiovascular disease compared to con...

Worried of Acne? Cut Down Milk

...condition by 44 percent. Those who drank a pint of whole milk a day were 12 percent more likely to develop acne, while semi-skimmed milk increased the risk by 16 percent. Overall, those who regularly drank milk were 22 percent more likely to have suffered from acne than those who rarely or never drank it...

Cutting Calories, Not Exercise, Plays Bigger Role In Maintaining Weight Loss

...ergy density foods, such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains. A low energy density diet means an individ... calories by volume such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains, while limiting consumption of foods that are calorie-dense such as meats, cheeses, sugars an...

Thin People may Be Internally Fat

...eir vital organs and muscles. Dr. Bell says "The whole concept of being fat needs to be redefined." If one is obsessed only with physical looks and wishes to remain thin, then dieting alone should be enough. But if one is also keen to stay healthy, regular physical exercises are inescapable....

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