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Why do astronauts suffer from space sickness?

Centrifuging astronauts for a lengthy period provided researcher Suzanne Nooij with better insight into how space sickness develops, the nausea and disorientation experienced by many astronauts. Nooij defended her PhD theses on this subject at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft, The Netherla...

Exercise May Help Female Astronauts Stay Strong

NASA study shows that short, intense bouts help maintain strength MONDAY, Nov. 26 (HealthDay News) A study aimed at understanding the health of female astronauts finds that even short, intense exercise sessions can help women on bed rest recuperate more quickly. The study -- sponsored by NAS...

Space Radiation a Risk for Astronauts

Risk of colon cancer, premature aging poses worries for manned missions to moon, Mars TUESDAY, April 15 (HealthDay News) -- Astronauts may be at increased risk of colon cancer and premature aging from the high-energy radiation found in space, a new report says. The study, expected t...

US Astronauts Successfully Complete Fourth Space Walk

(RIA Novosti) Astronauts from the Atlantis space shuttle have completed a fourth space walk on the International Space Station (ISS), a spokesperson for the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) said Monday. During the space walk, astronauts Patrick Forrester and Steven S...

Robotic Surgeon to Team Up With Doctors, Astronauts on NASA Mission

This week Raven, the mobile surgical robot developed by the University of Washington, leaves for the depths of the Atlantic Ocean. The UW will participate// in NASA's mission to submerge a surgeon and robotic gear in a simulated spaceship. For 12 days the surgical robotic system will be put through...

Exercise in Space Prevents Kidney Stone Formation in Astronauts

Researchers at the University of Minnesota said that astronauts have to exercise and it is the only way to reduce the risk of developing kidney stones in space// . Exercise simulates gravity and thereby helps the astronauts to combat bone loss. Astronauts lose calcium in their bones and strengt...

Canonsburg Woman Undergoes Robot-Assisted Weight Loss Procedure at AGH

...al instruments that are remotely controlled by surgeons sitting at a console in the operating room. Originally developed by NASA for operating on astronauts in space and used by the Department of Defense to operate on soldiers in the battlefield, the da Vinci System allows surgeons to see targeted anatomy ...

Health Physics Society 54th Annual Meeting

... Hollywood impact radiation perception? Can we treat cancer with microscopic particles acting like a Trojan horse? How does the radiation exposure our astronauts receive during space travel compare to their routine diagnostic radiology exams? These and other questions will be addressed at the 54th Annual Mee...

Growth Hormone May Build Muscle in Older Men

...ecause of diseases such as muscular dystrophy, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), kidney disease or cancer. MGF may even help slow muscle loss among astronauts who spend long hours in zero gravity during space travel. MGF, which is produced naturally when muscles are stretched during exercise, activates st...

Two Flight Surgeons Supporting Wyle's Bioastronautics Contract Selected for New Astronaut Class

... Medicine and Community Health, are among nine new astronauts selected from a pool of 3,565 applicants. UTMB is ...t Training Center in Star City, Russia, supporting astronauts training on Russian systems. He coordinated the Sk...l Operations Summit; a two-day meeting with Skylab astronauts and flight surgeons that sought to leverage Skylab...
Astronauts in Medical Technology

Battelle Scientists Named on Patent for Making Oxygen From Light and Water

...nstead of insufficient oxygen," said Bruce Monzyk, a research leader at Battelle and inventor of the technology. "It adds oxygen and takes out CO2." astronauts will have plenty of oxygen and be able to recycle their exhaled CO2 using a PDEC system and the ample sunlight available during long journeys. When mi...

Aspirin Named 8th World Wonder by Majority of Americans

... History. Aspirin has also played a role in U.S. history. On July 12, 1969, aspirin was in the first-aid kit aboard the Apollo 11 space capsule as the astronauts took their famous "giant leap for mankind." Aspirin was also close at hand during the 1993 Mount Everest expedition with climbers depending upon aspir...
Astronauts in Medical Definition

Space medicine

... Space medicine is the practice of medicine on astronauts in outer space . Contents 1 Effects of space on the body 1.1 Gravity 2 External links 3 References ...
Astronauts in Biological News

Predicting the radiation risk to ESA's astronauts

European scientists have developed the most accurate method yet for predicting the doses of radiation that astronauts will receive aboard the orbiting European laboratory module, Columbus, attached to the ISS this week. The new software package accurately simulates the physics of radiation part...

Powerful nutrient cocktail can put kids with Crohn's into remission

...ess in adult patients. It was a problem first tackled by NASA: How could astronauts most efficiently get their daily nutrients? The answer was a specially-desi...r that contains all the daily nutrients a person needs. Aboard spacecrafts, astronauts dine on this nutritional powder mixed with water. Since then, these powders...

Tips from the American Journal of Pathology

... concentrations of supplemental oxygen due to respiratory failure or premature birth, people undergoing hyperbaric oxygen therapies, scuba divers, and astronauts are all at risk for oxygen toxicity. Van Zoelen et al hypothesized that uPAR, which attracts immune cells, plays a role in oxygen toxicity in the l...

One sponge-like material, three different applications

... A new sponge-like material that is black, brittle and freeze-dried (just like the ice cream astronauts eat) can pull off some pretty impressive feats. Designed by Northwestern University chemists, it can remove mercury from polluted water, easily separa...

Star Trek-like technology offers noninvasive monitor for patients and athletes

...iple, real-time applications will be beneficial to astronauts in their day-to-day activities and to critically i... team. "The measurement of metabolic rate will let astronauts know how quickly they are using up the oxygen in their life-support backpacks. If spacewalking astronauts run low on oxygen, the situation can become fatal....

Biomedical researchers invited to design experiments for the International Space Station

... The National Institutes of Health and the National Air and Space Administration are partnering to conduct biomedical experiments that astronauts could perform on the International Space Station. In a notice to scientists at universities, medical centers, and companies across the United States, ...

Astronauts may need more intense workouts to maintain muscle fitness in space

...The Journal of Applied Physiology , suggests that astronauts need to modify their workouts to avoid extensive m...eded to optimize the inflight exercise regimen for astronauts to improve their muscle performance while in space...cardiovascular system, bone, and skeletal muscles, astronauts need to find the optimal exercises to stay fit. ...

As good as it gets: Octogenarian muscles don't get stronger with exercise

...efore 80," he said. Next steps Muscle atrophy relates not only to aging, but to people whose muscles are immobilized for a period and even for astronauts who spend long periods of time in space. Dr. Trappe, who also does research on astronauts, next wants to begin to uncover the physiological basis for ...

Space researchers developing tool to help disoriented pilots

...ing this extra help in the cockpit." The NSBRI Sensorimotor Adaptation Team is developing pre-flight and in-flight training countermeasures so that astronauts can adjust more rapidly to weightlessness, to other gravitational environments, and upon return to Earth's gravity. The team is also developing traini...

Sweat it out: UH study examines ability of sweat patches to monitor bone loss

...arried out on Earth are not practical when the "patients" are free-floating astronauts on long space flights, such as missions to Mars or the Moon. A new, NASA-f...density scans, all of which are time-consuming, inconvenient to the working astronauts or, in the case of bone density scans, require large equipment that's not p...
Astronauts in Biological Technology

While Most Companies and Industries Struggled in 2008, LifeModeler, Inc. Used Unique Products to Post Aggressive Business Gains in All Areas

...han being called upon to help NASA put men on Mars? LMI's software is integral to the space agency's determinations as to how large a weight load astronauts are able to handle under differing circumstances in a weightless environment. The company has worked with NASA for a few years and 2008 saw the progr...

Cooler Solutions and Leading Research Hospital to Design Revolutionary Osteoporosis Diagnosis Device

...ify bone "toughness." This new technology was initially developed by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to test the bone strength of astronauts at risk of losing bone mass during space flight. Osteoporosis is a serious disease characterized by low bone mass and deterioration of bone tissue. I...

GE Healthcare's technology monitors astronauts' space walks

...e Shuttle Discovery launched into space real-time health information of the astronauts will be monitored by NASA flight surgeons using GE Healthcare's advanced ... health information will enable NASA to monitor and track the health of the astronauts during space walks and will enable the sharing also of information with exp...

Former astronaut a leader in Wisconsin Spaceport

...ld only be a matter of time before Lee would earn the gold wings awarded to astronauts with completed space missions, and his achievements would put him in a privileged circle of space travelers with ties to Wisconsin. Wisconsin astronauts include Slayton, Capt. Jim Lovell who lived in Milwaukee and studied at the...

Flying to the moon? Take Wisconsin tech along

...the Milky Way and catalogued millions of stars, many of which had never been seen before. Designed a third-generation, free-flying robot to help astronauts in a pressurized, weightless environment. Fusion energy The UW-Madison has also been a leader in researching the mining of Helium-3 , a poten...
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