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Children of smokers have more than 5 times higher levels of a nicotine toxin

...vailable to adults in public places.’ But they acknowledge that there are practical difficulties in preventing smoking in private homes because it relies on parents or carers being educated about the harmful effects of passive smoking on their children and then acting on that knowledge....

Treating HIV in war zones -- Public health emergencies need rapid advice from WHO

...to how we were at the start, sick." The authors acknowledge that their results have been achieved with the resources of an international nongovernmental organization (MSF), in an urban setting, with the episode of conflict-related disruption occurring early in the programme, and thus similar results in confli...

Organic is healthier: Kiwis prove that green is good

...ory in Chemistry & Industry. ### Please acknowledge Chemistry & Industry and / or the Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture as the source of these items. If publishing online, please include a hyperlink to http://www.chemind.org Please note Chemistry & Industry uses '&' in its ...

Increase in drug development for killer diseases is not enough

... domestic and international markets." Matlin does acknowledge the challenges faced by both PPPs and IDCs in developing health products for neglected diseases. The third speaker in this conference session, Robert Eiss, Executive Director of the Centre for the Management of Intellectual Property in Health Resear...

Faster, more accurate tuberculosis test developed

...ries in developing countries. The study authors acknowledge that MODS testing requires a trained technician and a biosecure environment in which to perform the test. However, they note that the 10-day training period is comparable to testing currently done to read malaria smears. MODS is a simple, rapid test ...

Cougar predation key to ecosystem health

... elk ?continue to mount, land managers may have to acknowledge the potentially enormous impact of these grazing animals on other ecosystem processes, scientists say. This could open the way to new management options once the role of herbivory by deer, elk, or other grazing animals is more fully understood. ...

Hopkins scientists show hallucinogen in mushrooms creates universal 'mystical' experience

...k that will ultimately help people." The authors acknowledge the unusual nature of the work, treading, as it does, a fine line between neuroscience and areas most would consider outside science's realm. "But establishing the basic science here is necessary," says Griffiths, "to take advantage of the possible b...

New light microscope sharpens scientists' focus

...icroscopy division at FSU. The researchers also acknowledge that the time needed to collect the thousands of single molecule images that go into each PALM picture is cumbersome. With the camera snapping one to two pictures each second, it can take two to 12 hours to image a single sample. Activating more mole...

Illinois pig to make history as source of first complete swine genome

...is Lewin. "It's truly gratifying to have the USDA acknowledge the efforts of our LGSI and our national and international collaborators by selecting our proposal for funding," Beever said. "After many years of laying the foundation for sequencing of the pig genome, it is truly rewarding to see our dreams of a po...

Skin disease common among Hispanic farmworkers in North Carolina, research shows

...l be affected by a condition. "Farmworkers do not acknowledge several skin diseases that should be of great concern, including skin cancer," said Arcury. "And personal susceptibility is used to differentiate one's self from others, usually to show superiority." Arcury said these beliefs need to be challenged i...

Sleeping beauty plays a significant role in identifying cancer genes

...a and lymphoma. Largaespada, Jenkins and Copeland acknowledge the difference between research in mice and actual use in humans. But as Largaespada pointed out, "We have proof of principle that we're on the right track. We know that some of the same genes that are mutated in cancer in mice using Sleeping Beauty ...

Most common lung cancers may begin in newly discovered cells

...here has been a previous injury." The researchers acknowledge that the ultimate stem cell test remains. "One thing we have not done is taken BASCs and put them back into the mouse and show in vivo that they perform as stem cells," Bender Kim said. "We don't have an assay for that yet." With hematopoietic stem ...

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