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Genes That Produce 'skimmed Milk' in Cows Identified

...e, only 25% of milk sold is full fat. In future if whole milk can be made to contain unsaturated fats whic...you then it might mean that people change back to whole milk products. The big thing about dairy products is taste, so this would be a way of giving the ben...

Genes may Have a Role in Learning "tonal Languages"

... people in tonal regions. The results open up a whole new field of inquiry that links language evolution with adaptive molecular evolution and brain function, Newscientist.com quoted Bernard Crespi, an evolutionary biologist at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, Canada, as saying. Given that both gen...

Australian PM Wants to Prevent Entry of HIV Positive and Leprosy Affected People

...ment of Australians themselves. For Australia as a whole too, HIV infection has been rising alarmingly, by as much as 41 per cent between 2000 and 2005. Besides the disease is raging in neighbouring Pacific countries like Papua New Guinea. Hence he seems to want to clutch at the HIV straw and swim home ...

Zambia Trying Hard to Tackle Crisis in Mental Health Care

... there is only one practising psychiatrist for the whole country. The 560 bedded hospital, armed with a small force of trained personnel, do what they can to treat psychiatric patients from across the country. The situation is not different in the case of psychologists, occupational therapists and counselo...

Dystonia Awareness Week: 4 -11 June, 2007

...he disease include brief episodes of a part or the whole body affected. Despite the difficulty in assessing the percentage of population affected, a few statistics are available. A 1998 study in Rochester, Minnesota estimated the frequency of the disease as 29.5 individuals per 100,000 for focal dystonia...

Multi-tasking is Mentally Damaging, Warn Experts

...o insist that multi-tasking enormously affects the whole family, even though it has always been associated with working mothers. "About half the time, children ignore their father or do not stop what they are doing because they are multi-tasking with various electronic gadgets," said Elinor Ochs, the d...

"Pre-treatment Blood Test" A New Guide to Lung Cancer Therapy

...reat them accordingly. The overall survival of the whole group of patients would be better by virtue of this biomarker-based test....

A Pratical Tool to Detect Bone Mass Deficiencies in Children With Chronic Diseases

... bone density scans on the spine, forearm, hip and whole body to establish reference data for multiple skeletal sites. This comprehensive evaluation of bone status will determine if certain conditions or treatments affect some skeletal sites differently from others. The research was funded by and conducted...

Doctors Condemn Any Attempt to Dilute Smoking Ban

... is not a valid argument to allow smoking when the whole basis of the smoking legislation is to protect the public and all workers from the dangers of passive smoking. 'We are urging politicians to throw out this amendment at the very early stages of the Bill's progress through the Assembly.'...

Export of Herbal Products to Reach Rs.120 Billion by 2012: Study

... use of parts like roots, bark, wood, stem and the whole plant in case of herbs. This poses a definite threat to the genetic stocks and to the diversity of medicinal plants if biodiversity is not sustainably used." The chamber, besides suggesting the establishment of EPZs, has also suggested a multi pro...

Ozzy Found Nicotine Addiction Hardest to Quit

...tmusic quoted him as saying. "I used to cover my whole body with (nicotine) patches. I looked like a f**king mummy. And I'd still smoke! Then my heart would start beating like crazy and I'd break out in sweats. But one day I just said, 'Enough of this s**t.' And I quit, just like that," he added....

Richie Sambora Enters Rehab

...me for the band's album release on June 19. "The whole band is supporting him with this. He will be out and better to go back to work," said one source....

Dinos may Have Died in Agonizing Death Throes of Asphyxiation

...canic eruption, the researchers said. "This puts a whole new light on the mode of death of these animals, and interpretation of the places they died in. This explanation gives us clues to interpreting a great many fossil horizons we didn't understand before and tells us something dinosaurs experienced whil...

Ukraine Struggles Against Fake Drug Trade

...ch initiatives but say that in eastern Europe as a whole not enough effort is being made to root out counterfeiting. "It's often difficult to get an investigation going," said Ashley How of the Pharmaceutical Security Institute, a US-based industry group that works with police and in-company investigator...

Younger and Violent Sex Offenders on the Rise

... I don't think it's appropriate to suggest we have whole schools full of sexual predators ... but we're seeing more of it and more sexually aggressive acts," said Scott Poland, past president of the National Association of School Psychologists. "How do these kids even know about this? It's permeated throug...

New 'green' Pyre to Cool Planet While Burning India's Dead

...ing to dispose of partially burned bodies, or even whole corpses, in rivers. In 1993, Agarwal built his first pyre, a raised human-sized brazier under a roof with slats that could be lowered to maintain heat. The elevation allowed air to circulate and feed the fire. Unlike electric crematoriums, however,...

Stem Cell Transplants Ease Parkinson's Symptoms in Monkeys

...gh a series of mechanisms," he says. "There's a whole network of activity and crosstalk," he adds....

Women Choose Their Men With Their Fathers Resemblance

...up an overall positivity score. As a group as a whole there was no correlation between fathers and male stumulis faces, however, when the daughters were split into two groups based on positivity, those in the higher positivity group showed significant positive correlations between fathers and the male s...

Neural Stem Cells Reduce Parkinsons Symptoms in Monkeys

...rce of replacement cells, they also seem to have a whole variety of effects that normalize other abnormalities, Redmond said. The human neural stem cells implanted into the primates survived, migrated, and had a functional impact. Its an important step, but there are a number of studies that need to be do...

No Foul Play, Woolmer Died of Naural Causes, Say Jamaican Police

...ld have first ruled out natural causes before this whole drama about the murder," Imran Khan said. But Inzamam-ul-Haq, captain during the World Cup, said that although the days after Mr Woolmer's death were "the most terrible of our lives", legal action now would serve no purpose. The Monday news confere...

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