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Asthma Could be Combated by Breathing Exercises

According to a study breathing exercises reduce the use of inhaler in patients suffering from mild asthma. Researchers compared the impact of two breathing techniques //on symptoms, lung function, use of medication and quality of life among 57 adults with mild asthma, reported the science port...

'The Hidden Story': Poetry Inspired by Author's Struggle with Depression, Addiction

... "The Hidden Story: The Poetry of Jeff Bresee" is heartfelt poetry of universal experiences inspired by Bresee's own desperate slip into darkness and combated by his persisting faith in God and family. Jeff Bresee was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, but grew up in the farmland of rural Idaho potato countr...

Scientists advance safety of nanotechnology

... Scientists have identified for the first time a mechanism by which nanoparticles cause lung damage and have demonstrated that it can be combated by blocking the process involved, taking a step toward addressing the growing concerns over the safety of nanotechnology. Nanotechnology, the s...

All Olympus Digital Voice Recorder Models Reviewed at Recorders.com

... It is no secret that confidentiality is crucial when it comes to the relationships between lawyer and client or doctor and patient. Olympus has combated doubts of information security with its new, innovative digital voice recorder, the Olympus DS-5000iD. The only recorder of its kind, this Olympus mo...

Science of Sri Vidya Benefits DNA Genesis, Says Dr. Sunita Rana Agarwal

... or the lotus pose. Through a special technique she calls Planetergy, slides made with patients' blood could be seen, where black snakes drain energy, combated by crystals in the shape of the Sri Chakra. Thus we can fight disease and depression, with the knowledge of Sri Vidya to make more of these crystals. ...

CNN Honors Extraordinary Deeds of Seven Everyday People in Global Event

...ention of autism researchers and is being tested in several Ontario school districts. -- CHAMPIONING CHILDREN -Steve Peifer of Kijabe, Kenya, who combated severe dropout rates in Kenya by ensuring that more than 11,000 children have daily lunches at school and access to computers. Through the...

Jefferson immunology researchers halt lethal rabies infection in brain

... (PHILADELPHIA) While rabies, an ancient scourge that still kills 70,000 every year in developing countries worldwide can be combated with a series of vaccines today, it nearly is always fatal when it reaches the brain. But now, immunology researchers at the Kimmel Cancer Center ...

Climate Change can Raise Incidence of Disease: Expert

...le energy by 2020 - which could go up to 40 percent - Wysham added that climate change was a strategic issue and a sustained threat which needed to be combated with the tapping of renewable energy. Source-IANS...

India Free From Bird Flu

...ny outbreak of bird flu.' Charusheela Sohoni also stated that demand for feedstocks 'is now steadily rising after the bird flu has been effectively combated in Maharashtra .The government is also providing training to poultry workers through various agencies'. Upma Chawdhry, Joint Secretaty of Anima...

New Vaccines To Combat Rotavirus

... Rotavirus which causes severe diarrhea can be combated with two new vaccines, according to clinical trials. The New England Journal of Medicine has published this report.// The symptoms can be reduced by a...
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World First Medical Treatment Announced by Researchers at Queen Mary University London and University of Leicester

... patients have episodes of bleeding in the lungs, which often need hospital admissions, and in some cases it can be life threatening. This is normally combated by the use of continuous oral steroids (which can have major side effects). "In a child local to Leicester, we were able to show, for the first time...
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More than skin deep: There's no such thing as a 'safe' suntan, researchers warn

...s incontrovertible, and efforts to confuse the public, particularly for purposes of economic gain by the indoor tanning industry, should be vigorously combated for the public health." ...

Fighting to keep Darwin in the classroom

...) since 1969. His theory of "punctuated equilibria" (co-authored with Stephen Jay Gould) is a milestone in contemporary evolutionary biology. He has combated the creationist movement through lectures, articles and books and is the curator responsible for the content of the major exhibition Darwin which open...

OHSU discovery sheds light into how stem cells become brain cells

...inding has significant implications for the study of Parkinson's disease, brain and spinal cord injury, and other conditions or diseases that might be combated by replacing lost or damaged brain cells. The research is published in the current online edition of the medical journal Developmental Biology. "In ...

New molecule may aid in production of biofuels and fungi-resistant plants

...degradation is of great interest to humanity. For example, insects might be combated by interfering with their chitin metabolism. Insect viruses need to degrade insect chitin for infection. Fungi may also be combated by degrading the chitin in their cell walls." More than one billion tons...
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Conference studies applications and lessons of RFID

...eloping the systems. "Right now, I think we're in kind of an in-between stage where established technology companies want to get into RFID, but are combated by competing internal agendas," Read said. "I suspect for those who have been dragging their feet you'll see a lot of mandates established." One co...
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(Date:4/16/2014)... Klaus Aktories and Dr. Panagiotis Papatheodorou from the Institute of ... Freiburg have discovered the receptor responsible for smuggling the toxin ... The TpeL toxin, which is formed by C. perfringens ... It is very similar to the toxins of many other ...
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