Allergies Can Dig Into Gardening's Fun
But planting low-allergen species, avoiding high pollen hours can help
SUNDAY, April 20 (HealthDay News) -- For gardeners with allergies, it can be difficult to enjoy their passion for plants when they have to cope with the misery of sneezing, itchy eyes, congestion and, in some cases,...
Germs Hold Court in Sand Castles
... It's safer to keep beach underfoot than to dig
in it, survey finds
TUESDAY, July 14 (HealthDay News) -- Beware of the dangers that lurk in sand castles, researchers warn.
Both good/bad movie characters who smoke influence teens to do the same
...Guys or Bad Guys?"
"Previous studies have confirmed a link between smoking in movies and the initiation of smoking by adolescents, and we wanted to dig
deeper into the data to see if the type of character who is smoking matters. Is it 'good guys' or 'bad guys' that have more of an influence?" said Sus...
15 Percent of U.S. Teens Think They'll Die Young
...have physicians and other clinicians recognize that these expectations of an early death as a marker for high-risk behavior."
"But you also have to dig
down a little deeper and look at the structural situation that make kids lose optimistic in the first place," Sonenstein said. "That's equally importa...
Windows 7 Compatible Remote Desktop Software Released (Beta 4)
...trol Windows machines. Controlling hundreds or thousands of computers is easy with its unique computer search engine. Administrators no longer need to dig
through address books, or lists of computers.
Co-founder Steve Wiseman says, "This 4th beta of our Remote Control software includes many...
Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 Compatible Remote Control 4.0 Beta Released by IntelliAdmin, LLC
... (PRWEB) June 8, 2009 -- Remote Control 4.0 allows administrators to administer and remotely control Windows machines, without having to dig
through address books, or lists of computers.
Co-founder Steve Wiseman says, "Many remote control solutions have an address book, or a ...
The Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease Highlights Anti-Cancer Activities of the Food Extracts Quercetin, EGCG, Glycyrrhizin, and Trans-Cinnamaldehyde
... therapy reduces hepatocellular carcinogenesis rate in patients with interferon-resistant active chronic hepatitis C: a cohort study of 1249 patients. dig
Dis Sci. 2006 Mar;51(3):603-9.
Trans-Cinnamaldehyde (a compound found in the bark of cinnamon trees)
1. Cabello CM, et al. The cinnamon-...
Telling Heartburn From Heart Attack Can Be Tricky
...son to do?
Pay attention to the pattern of heartburn. If people have heartburn on a regular basis after eating specific foods -- every time they dig
into a greasy pepperoni pizza or drink a large glass of orange juice, for instance -- the food is generally the origin, Dave said.
They should worr...
Stress Management Author Asks "Which Will Cost You More: The Recession or Stress?"
... and for our society. When an innovative idea can change lives, start new businesses and revolutionise our society, the barrier to doing that, if you dig
deep enough, is always rooted in stress or the fear of taking a risk.
"Fear and stress are the brakes on productive, effective and progressiv...
Long Term Care Alerting Methods Revealed by Industry Leaders
KIRKLAND, Wash., April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Consumers and professionals with an interest in long term care insurance need no longer dig
so hard for information. Now they can do as the pros do: have the information come to them, in bits and pieces as it develops. "We're happy to share o...
Dig in Biological News
The making of Dig It! the Secrets of Soil exhibit
SEPTEMBER 24, 2008 At the 2008 Joint Annual Meeting in Houston, the Smithsonian's Design Team will explain details about the making of the new Dig
It the Secrets of Soil exhibit that recently opened at the Natural History Museum in Washington, DC. Jennifer Bine, Pat Megonigal, and Barbara Stauffe...
Using novel tool, UD researchers dig through cell 'trash' and find treasure
A person's trash can reveal valuable information, as detectives, historians and identity thieves well know. Likewise, a cell's "trash" may yield certain treasures, University of Delaware researchers have found.
Using a new technique they developed, scientists at UD's Delaware Biotechnology Inst...
Scientists dig deeper into the genetics of schizophrenia by evaluating microRNAs
NEW YORK Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have illuminated a window into how abnormalities in microRNAs, a family of molecules that regulate expression of numerous genes, may contribute to the behavioral and neuronal deficits associated with schizophrenia and possibly other brain...
Corn's roots dig deeper into South America
Corn has long been known as the primary food crop in prehistoric North and Central America. Now it appears it may have been an important part of the South American diet for much longer than previously thought, according to new research by University of Calgary archaeologists who are cobbling toget...
Burrowing mammals dig for a living, but how do they do that?
Next time you see a mole digging in tree-root-filled soil in search of supper, take a moment to ponder the mammal's humerus bones. When seen in the lab, they are nothing like the long upper arm bones of any other mammal, says Samantha Hopkins, a paleontologist at the University of Oregon.
Scientists explain how 'death receptors' designed to kill our cells may make them stronger
...d Weissmann, M.D., Editor-in-Chief of The FASEB Journal . "Fortunately for us, when scientists look at the intricate machinery of how cells die, they dig
up clues to longer, healthier lives."
Reducing the roadworks
...re dug on Britain's streets to access the subterranean maze of 3.5 million kilometres of pipes and cables. Up to now, utility companies have needed to dig
a series of 'test' holes to find the service they need to work on. This prolongs the road works and increases the risk of damaging other services bene...
... Sea urchins dig
themselves hiding holes in the limestone of the ocean floor using teeth tha...insights into creating ever-sharp tools or mechanical parts.
The urchins dig
holes to fit their globular bodies using their five teeth, which, like thos...
Laughing hyenas, wailing levees, the sound of cheese and blaring bagpipes
4) SINGING SCREWS REVEAL SICK STRUCTURES
In 2006, a concrete panel weighing several thousand pounds fell onto traffic in Boston's Big dig
tunnel, crushing a car and killing a motorist. The alleged cause -- and subject of a multi-million dollar settlement -- was faulty epoxy that allowed ...
Two Hutchinson Center researchers named HHMI Early Career Scientists
...ncer known as Fanconi anemia. Reactivation of the pathway, he discovered, can help tumors become resistant to chemotherapy drugs. Taniguchi intends to dig
deeper into this mechanism of drug resistance and use the information he uncovers to develop drugs that will re-sensitize tumors to cancer therapies. ...
Dig in Biological Technology
The DIG System Nonradioactive and
Highly Sensitive Detection of Nucleic Acids
Roche Applied Science was one of the first companies
to offer a nonradioactive technology allowing customers
to move away from the use of hazardous
radioactive isotopes. Even after 15 years and the
The DIG System Nonradioactive Automated
High-Throughput In Situ Hybridization:
a Powerful Tool for Functional Genomics Research
Over the past decade, many organisms have been the
subject of large-scale genome projects, and as a result a
tremendous number of gene sequences are now ready
for functional analysis. Knowledge of tissues and cells
Health Robotics Announces Partnership in the People's Republic of China With The Devon International Group
... with the Devon International Group
(DIG), whereby dig
has acquired the exclusive rights to Health Roboti...
"We are very pleased to expand our strategic dig
comprehensive operations in China...n we are excited to work
with the 40-people-strong dig
marketing and service teams in Shanghai and
Health Robotics Announces $60M Investment by Devon International Group and ITOCHU Inc. in the CytoCare(TM) and i.v.Station(TM PENDING) Robots
...ategic partner ITOCHU International, Inc., whereby dig
ITOCHU have acquired the exclusive rights to m...matoid Arthritis, and Infectious
and ITOCHU, a Global Fortune 500 company, will inv...rth American customers and employees. In addition, dig
a definitive agreement to acquire a 13....
Use it or lose it? Researchers investigate the dispensability of our DNA
...e tectonics: a fraction of the phenomena may be strong enough to be directly measured by our instruments, but to appreciate its full magnitude we must dig
into the geological record," said Bejerano. "This digging into the genomic record is what our current work was all about."
Bejerano and graduate s...
Mr. Jackson Goes to Washington
...as increased from $584 billion in 2000 to $843 billion in 2003: a 44% jump in three years! I cant even come up with a half-wit joke about that. If we dig
a little deeper over the last five years, excluding defense spending and focus on extra-constitutional discretionary spending, the numbers are as foll...
DEMOLetter: Draining the Economic Swamp
So what does this new networked corporation model mean?
The implications are far reaching, so much so that we posit three points this week, and dig
deeper into these issues in the coming weeks.
* Corporate structures get small; the network of providers gets very large.
* The hub/network orga...
Wisconsin law firm Web sites judged by marketing firm
...nis site won an IMA gold award in the small to mid-sized category.
Through the site we are able to offer information people would otherwise have to dig
harder for, and we do have online access for all our clients so they can manage cases online, Komassa said. [The site] is really important, a sort of ...
You might work in a Midwest technology environment if...
...rry the Cucumber from Veggie Tales? If so, would such inappropriate necktie choices indicate the wearers cluelessness in the area of fashion, a subtle dig
at the companys constricting obsession with conformity or neither? Add a point if you cant tell. Does at least one co-worker have Lego Mindstorm softw...
Sarcasm and rainmaking advice coexist in The Art of the Start
Wasting ones time trying to impress hearing-impaired venture capitalists who are so buried in crummy business plans that they can never hope to dig
their way out is not the way to build a successful business. Instead, entrepreneurs should spend their time conducting small-scale seminars, giving sp...
Dig in Biological Dictionary
...ubstrate Stability: A score from zero to two is chosen that best describes the ... Substrate can be cosmetic, a place for critters to burrow and dig
through and it ... The coarse coral gravel substrate is falling out of favor. ... Lines likes crystals grow on a computational substrate . ... A...
... of ... ... the quantification of DIG-labeled RNA and as a hybridization . control ... Note: Hybridization temperature for Northern Blots with dig
Easy Hyb is 68 °C (for ... Northern Hybridization Solution. AB10055. DEPC treated. Description ... Northern Hybridization Solution. 1 liter...
...tprinting is most commonly ... Footprinting of Nucleic Acid-Protein Complexes by Arnold Revzin ... understanding of footprinting allows you to dig
further into the art of ... Information revealed during this footprinting stage can be very ... Footprinting ... Saturday 31 January 2009 - 284...
... Arctic. Atmosphere. El Niño. Current Conditions. dig
IT ! ... Discover the amazing world of soils with images and information from the dig
It ! ... Digit - Definition of Digit at Dic... digit is a number in a specific context. ... dig
It Triathlon and Multisport is here to make your ...
Band shift assay
... refers to an ideal antibody fragment (e.g., a scFv or an Fab ... Band - shift assay for the determination of koff ... band shift assay dig
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