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HIV handicaps itself to escape immune system pressure

...on by studying couples in which one person had infected the other. If the recipient lacked HLA-B*5703, the virus lost the mutations, because the three handicapping mutations were not useful in evading the new, different immune system. But unlucky recipients with HLA-B*5703 who got the triple-mutant virus from the...

Optometry-Backed Vision Care for Kids Act Approved by U.S. House

...nt Teacher Association. Vision disorders are considered the fourth most common disability in the United States, and they are one of the most prevalent handicapping conditions in childhood. Undetected and untreated vision deficiencies, particularly in children, can take a large toll. Studies have shown that the co...

Stem Cell Transplants Explored as a Possible Treatment for Hearing Loss

...population has aged and noise pollution has grown more severe, health experts now estimate that one in three adults over the age of 65 has developed a handicapping hearing loss. Coming up with the answers is a slow process, Heller said. 'This research takes time and money, but we remain hopeful we'll have s...

fMRI Offers Insight Into An Infants Brain

...hanisms associated with increasing levels of speech should prove useful in the study of developmental language disorders, which are the single largest handicapping condition of childhood. Specialists also hope that the mapping of specific brain-language relationships will foster understanding of the mental proces...

New Technique to Study Infants Brain.

...hanisms associated with increasing levels of speech should prove useful in the study of developmental language disorders, which are the single largest handicapping condition of childhood. Specialists also hope that the mapping of specific brain-language relationships will foster understanding of the mental proces...
Handicapping in Biological News

Debate on admin. of magnesium sulfate to pregnant women to prevent cerebral palsy in pre-term infants

...mong the survivors of early preterm birth. In the United States, the use of MgSO4 for fetal neuroprotection has the potential to prevent 1000 cases of handicapping cerebral palsy annually." ...

Common treatment to delay labor decreases preterm infants' risk for cerebral palsy

... BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Intravenous magnesium sulfate supplementation before preterm delivery cuts the risk for handicapping cerebral palsy in half, according to research led by University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) obstetrician Dwight Rouse, M.D., and published in the A...

Study shows isolation of stem cells may lead to a treatment for hearing loss

...ly there are no clinical treatments to repair these hair cells vital to normal hearing. In the United States, 30% of people over the age of 65 have a handicapping hearing loss and of those, one in 500 people become deaf before reaching adulthood. In most cases, the target is the highly specialized hair cells. ...

Stem cell transplants explored at Stanford as a possible treatment for hearing loss

...pulation has aged and noise pollution has grown more severe, health experts now estimate that one in three adults over the age of 65 has developed a handicapping hearing loss. Coming up with the answers is a slow process, Heller said. "This research takes time and money, but we remain hopeful we'll have s...
Handicapping in Biological Technology

Damn the incumbents, and full speed ahead

... sell me a painted stagecoach and tell me it's NASCAR . Copyright 2006 - James Carlini Recent articles by James Carlini James Carlini: handicapping Milwaukee's wireless initiative James Carlini: Locations must have connectivity to be viable James Carlini: Rote education fails the Infor...

Two-week notices: People are still concerned

... - James Carlini Recent articles by James Carlini James Carlini: Damn the incumbents, and full speed ahead James Carlini: handicapping Milwaukee's wireless initiative James Carlini: Locations must have connectivity to be viable James Carlini: Rote education fails the Infor...

AT&T - BellSouth merger: Revestiture continues

... James Carlini: Two-week notices: People are still concerned James Carlini: Damn the incumbents, and full speed ahead James Carlini: handicapping Milwaukee's wireless initiative James Carlini: Locations must have connectivity to be viable James Carlini: Rote education fails the Infor...

The Apple iPhone: A call to competitors

... James Carlini: Two-week notices: People are still concerned James Carlini: Damn the incumbents, and full speed ahead James Carlini: handicapping Milwaukee's wireless initiative James Carlini: Locations must have connectivity to be viable James Carlini is an adjunct professor at North...

Economic outlook for 2007, and still clueless on Apple

... James Carlini: Two-week notices: People are still concerned James Carlini: Damn the incumbents, and full speed ahead James Carlini: handicapping Milwaukee's wireless initiative James Carlini is an adjunct professor at Northwestern University, and is president of Carlini & Associates. He ca...
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