One in Five Americans Pee in Pool; Almost Half Admit Unhygienic Pool Behavior
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Water Quality & Health Council Offer Ways to Curb the Tide of Rising Recreational Water Illnesses
ARLINGTON, Va., May 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Do you know what's in your public pool? Findings from a recent survey show that when it com...
70 percent of drug-addicted men admit they consume drugs to increase their sexual pleasure
This release is available in Spanish .
72.28 per cent of drug addict men admit
to have consumed drugs to be able to have sexual relations and most of them (58%) choose cocaine to this purpose, the narcotic which increases the most sexual incapacitation. On the other hand, only 37.50% drug...
Many Alzheimer's Caregivers Admit to Abusive Behavior
Incidents were reported by half of family caretakers surveyed in British study
THURSDAY, Jan. 22 (HealthDay News) -- More than half of family members looking after people with dementia admit
they have behaved abusively toward their relative, a new British study finds.
What's at Risk from Unlicensed Teen Drivers: One in 25 Admit to Driving Without a License
Researchers see more fatalities associated with this overlooked group
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A study released today
from the research alliance of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
(CHOP) and State Farm Insurance Companies(R) in the journal Pediatrics
Long Island, New York School Agrees To Admit Students With Diabetes
WASHINGTON, July 10 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Department of
Justice announced today that Raynor Country Day School, in Long Island,
N.Y., has entered into a settlement agreement with the United States to
resolve two complaints filed by parents of children with diabetes who were
Nearly 1 in 5 teenagers admit eating problems, but anxiety is a bigger problem than appearance
Eighteen per cent of school children who took part in two health surveys carried out a year apart admitted they had eating problems, according to research published in the latest Journal of Advanced Nursing.
Thirteen per cent admitted eating problems in either the first or second survey and a f...
AIDS Ignorance: One-Third of Adults Admit Little or No Knowledge of Pandemic
Survey: The More You Know, the More You Care About AIDS
World Vision U.S. President Issues Call to Action for World's Leaders
to 'Put a Face on the Pandemic'
UNITED NATIONS, Nov. 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- More than 25 years
after HIV was discovered, one-third of the people in seven...
Homeowners Admit to Dust Bunny Dilemma
American Standard Heating and Air Conditioning's Dust Bunny Barometer
Uncovers Concerns and Solutions for Poor Indoor Air Quality in 20 Major U.S. Cities
TYLER, Texas, Sept. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The dust has settled -- and
chances are dust bunnies are lurking in yo...
Tobacco Companies Admit Their Products Cause Cancer but Not in Those Who Sue Them
Despite publicly admitting, to varying degrees, that cigarette smoking causes cancer, the industry has consistently dismissed these claims for people who have// sued them, reveals an analysis of recent lawsuits, published in a supplement to Tobacco Control.
The authors looked at the opening a...
Survey Compares Aussie and English Barbeque Attitudes
...age barbecue at 1,695 and 1, 036 respectively and drink an average of 5.8 beers compared with the English 3.7
Aussie bravado prevails; over half admit
to wearing novelty hats/aprons at the grill, 70% opt for cricket team's colours. Just 30% of English will don a comedy outfit and 40% England kit
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Pioneering Diamyd(R) Study to Prevent Childhood Diabetes Approved
of them will present with type 1 diabetes. Many of us pediatricians have been
frustrated not to be able to interfere. But now, and I have to admit
almost a bit unreal, we may for the first time have a real opportunity to
save these children from the disease," says Helena Elding Larsson,
NIH Funds New Wellstone Research Center for Muscular Dystrophy at Boston Biomedical Research Institute
already have the full participation of the people with the most at stake in
our work -- the patients," he says.
In fact, both Emerson and Kunkel admit
that without the advocacy of
Daniel Paul Perez, FSHD patient, resident of Bedford, MA, and the founder
and CEO of the FSH Society, the new Wellstone C...
Shire Strives to Increase Adherence Among Chronic Kidney Disease Stage 5 Patients
... not to fill one or more prescriptions due
to medication costs and/or lack of transportation to the pharmacy, while 21
percent of CKD Stage 5 patients admit
to not taking medications as
prescribed due to side effects, cost, and the belief that they already take
"too many" medications. This is not surprisin...
Ulcerative Colitis (UC) Sufferers Find UC Quite Disruptive to Many
Aspects of Daily Life
...er year on average
is three among all patients (2 flare-ups if condition is mild; 4 if
condition is moderate; 5 if condition is severe).
UC patients admit
that they do not report all of their flare-ups
to their physicians, making it difficult for physicians to
understand the impact of UC on their patient...
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and When to Refer Cancer staging tables With Skyscape's patented smARTlink technology, SurgConsult can easily cross-index with other c...
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...zine. ... In this French character study, Vincent (Aurelien Recoing) is a man running from the truth. Having been fired from his job and unable to admit
his unemployed status to... The Dave Brubeck Quartet: Time Out — by A.B. Spellman and Murray Horwitz; ... Exclusive video: Dave Brubeck discusse...
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American Institute of Physics announces awards for best science writing
...was producing "Asteroid," NASA was continually adjusting the odds of a collision with Apophis, downgrading the risk of its impact. "I'm embarrassed to admit
I was sort of hoping the odds wouldn't be reduced too far," confesses Cort. "At least not before the airdate!"
The latest estimates, computed in Ma...
UC San Diego and Genentech scientists develop potentially disruptive antibody sequencing technology
...any possibilities for sequence discovery in the biotech industry compared with traditional methods."
In their paper, the bioinformatics researchers admit
that while CSPS can readily handle small protein mixtures, more work is needed in order for the technique to fulfill its full potential for complete-p...
Researchers reveal insights into hidden world of protein folding
...een made become toxic," she said.
TRiC, like all chaperonins, consists of a double-ringed structure that gives it a barrel shape. One ring opens to admit
the raw protein into the inner recesses of the folding machine, then closes tightly while, inside the chaperonin "black box," the mysteries of molecul...
Ape language pioneer Savage-Rumbaugh receives honorary Ph.D. from alma mater
"What if we learned that bonobos and chimpanzees, the apes most like us, could speak, reason, make tools and had codes of morality" Should we admit
them into the realm of humankind" Or should we now make five categories: humans, nonhumans with human abilities, all other animals, vegetables, and mi...
BBVA Foundation international study on attitudes to stem cell research
...brid embryos for stem cell research.
PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE NATURE OF STEM CELLS
The data show that the percentage of the population that admit
having heard or read anything about this kind of cell was notably uneven across the survey countries: over 70% had heard or read about stem cells in S...
Fat: Its not what you think!
...tory of the research and explains why the public so whole-heartedly embraces erroneous ideas about fat and health. She points out that many scientists admit
that the original studies on fat were not properly conducted. Dr. Ronald Krauss, who has headed up the Nutrition Committee for the American Heart Asso...
A gentle touch for better control, a quantum mechanical con, and milestone PRL papers
...found, even though she has no way of knowing in advance where the particle will turn up or which box Bob chose to look in.
The authors of the paper admit
that the current state of technology isn't good enough for a con artist to make money with quantum mechanics. But they believe that this is the first ...
Scientists compiled 20th century temperature data in Spain as evidence of climatic change
... out, evaluate and repair the data series. In order to make them as reliable as possible without converting them into a pretext for those reluctant to admit
the existence of the Climatic Change, explained the researcher. Although he admits that he has not obtained absolute conclusions, he has managed to es...
Venus Express reboots the search for active volcanoes on Venus
...ie du CNRS, Verrires-le-Buisson, is the Principal Investigator for SPICAV. I am very sceptical about the volcanic hypothesis, he says. However, I must admit
that we dont understand yet why there is so much SO2 at high altitudes, where it should be destroyed rapidly by solar light, and why it is varying so ...
Studying rivers for clues to global carbon cycle
...e and transport conditions and the dynamics of rivers create a greater opportunity for microbial processing, Packman said.
Packman is the first to admit
that studying microorganisms, carbon and rivers sounds more like ecology than engineering. But such problems require work from all different areas, he...
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Remuda Ranch Programs for Eating and Anxiety Disorders Reports Need for Increasing Awareness of Eating Disorders in Males
...PHOENIX, July 2 /PRNewswire/ -- As many as five to ten million males in the U.S. struggle quietly with an eating disorder because they're ashamed to admit
they have the illness, reports Remuda Ranch Programs for Eating and Anxiety Disorders . Healthcare professionals, family members and close friends ...
Quest Diagnostics Finalizes Previously Announced Settlement With Government Related to Test Kit Subsidiary Closed in 2006
...igation began in 2004.
Quest Diagnostics will pay $262 million to settle the civil investigation.
While the company disagrees with and does not admit
to the government's civil
allegations, it agreed to the settlement to put the matter behind it. Also,
the company entered into a Corporate Integrity A...
American Society of Anesthesiologists Primary Agenda Displayed Says Dr. Barry Friedberg of Cosmetic Surgery Anesthesia
"When the pulse oximeters became available in 1983, I insisted my hospital get them for every anesthetizing location. I am ashamed to admit
that I remained a member of that group for the inglorious period from 1983 to 1990 while they dawdled over whether or not to make the ability to know ...
Risky Business: New Survey Suggests Many Americans Live Dangerously, Even When They Say They Aren't 'Risk Takers'
...ring a seat belt (81 percent wear a seat belt regularly), 28 percent
regularly or occasionally throw personal information in the trash, and 41
to regularly or occasionally talking on a cell phone while
When it comes to activities or behaviors related to health risks, even
Graphene pioneers follow in Nobel footsteps
"A couple of years ago, I was rather pessimistic about graphene-based technologies coming out of research labs any time soon. I have to admit
I was wrong. They are coming sooner rather than later.
"In ten years time I believe the word graphene will be as widely known to the public as sili...
AMERIGROUP Reaches Agreement in Principle to Settle Illinois Qui Tam Litigation
...ettlement, the Company
will pay $225 million to the United States and the State of Illinois, plus
approximately $9 million in legal fees, and will not admit
Additionally, in connection with the settlement, the Company will enter
into a Corporate Integrity Agreement with the Office of the In...
Graphene gazing gives glimpse of foundations of universe
..., it brings you back a sheer magic.
I was rather pessimistic about graphene-based technologies coming out of research labs any time soon. I have to admit
I was wrong. They are coming sooner rather than later.
Zimmer Announces Settlement of Federal Investigation
...ount of $169.5 million and will be
subject to oversight by a federal monitor appointed by the U.S. Department
of Justice for 18 months. Zimmer did not admit
any wrongdoing, plead guilty
to any criminal charges or pay any criminal fines as part of the
settlement. Also, the government has agreed not to pursu...
Mr. Jackson Goes to Washington
...ng, the most interesting event of the three-day journey was a visit to Tommy Thompsons Command Center at HHS. That is an amazing facility! I have to admit
when I walked into the Center, not even the fresh dark suit could hide the drooling or the blank stare of an awestruck, beer-guzzling, cheese head dre...
German Life Science Oktoberfest Comes to the Midwest
...y have been among the worlds largest and most technologically advanced producers of iron, steel, coal, chemicals and let us not forget cars. (Yes, Ill admit
I drive a BMW.)
Although not necessarily thought of as an agricultural powerhouse, 33 percent of the land (137,847 square miles) is arable and abo...
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... Sensitive to Lyell's fears on this, Darwin responded that "I think I shall avoid the whole subject, as so surrounded with prejudices, though I fully admit
that it is the highest & most interesting problem for the naturalist" . He encouraged Wallace's theorising, saying "without speculation there is ...
... two veg model) has all but been replaced. Increasing complexity means that nutrition researchers today advocate a holistic approach. They readily admit
that there are many nutrients and other factors we don't know enough about, and that most foods contain most types of nutrients in various proportion....
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...t have an incomplete inner electron shell and that serve as transitional links between the most Transition Towns Movement Explained Yes, I'll admit
it - I'm a huge fan of the ... Transition Town Plants Up Nut Trees for Food Security ... WSTI is designed to help students with disabilities tra...
...lows air to enter the trachea. Senses ... Insects breathe through spiracles and tracheae. ... Spiracles are holes on the sides of the body that admit
air into the trachea ... spiracles . Insects. Insects can be considered the most successful. animals on Earth. ... spiracles . Insects have a...