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Researcher Finds Most Will Inflict Pain on Others If Prodded

Finding mirrors results of infamous psychological obedience study in 1960s MONDAY, Jan. 5 (HealthDay News) -- People today may be just as willing to follow orders to hurt others as they were nearly half a century ago, a new study finds. In a replication of one of the most famous an...

Bird Flu Crisis To Inflict Tremendous Damage: FAO

Bird flu crisis is likely to last several years inflicting ‘tremendous damage’ to bird population, domestic poultry in particular//, with continuing threat of the possibility of its turning into human pandemic affecting millions, the UN food agency has warned. Giving the new assessment, the F...

Mobile Phones Do Not Inflict Brain Damage

The human memory does not get affected due to the use of mobile phones, nor do mobile phones inflict brain damage. This has been revealed by researchers belonging to the Essex University//. The research was headed by Professor Riccardo Russo. The researchers strapped mobiles to volunteers' heads an...

National Coalition of Front-Line Skilled Nursing Clinicians: Bipartisan Momentum to Stop CMS Medicare Regulation, Subsequent Funding Cuts, Grows in Congress

...growing bipartisan call from U.S. Senate and House leaders to rescind a proposed Centers of Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) rule that, if finalized, would inflict $16 billion Medicare funding cuts to seniors' skilled nursing facility (SNF) care over the next 10 years. In new letters to HHS Secretary Kathleen Seb...

Winnipeg Veterinary Company Pharm-Vet Produces Essential Oil-Infused Mosquito Spray That's a Welcome and Safe Alternative to Controversial Deet-Based Repellants

...loodsuckers send Canadians swatting and running for cover. And for good reason. More than just creatures with an annoying buzz, mosquitoes inflict bites that hurt, itch and cause human flesh to swell and redden. An even more serious consequence of the mosquito bite: West Nile Virus. While m...

Technology Leaders, Patient Groups and Community Advocates Launch Effort to Tackle Chronic Disease Crisis in Washington State

...n Bopp, past President of National Alliance on Mental Illness in Washington; and Linden Rhoads, Vice Provost of UW TechTransfer. Chronic diseases inflict an enormous toll on the health of individuals and families, but the economic price tag is also huge. According to the Centers for Disease Control and...

New England Journal of Medicine Opinion Column Suggests Ineffective Shortcuts to Solve Obesity Challenge

...k sales were declining for much of this decade. Taxing these products won't make an ounce of difference in reducing obesity. But these taxes will inflict serious pain to hard-working families, who face higher costs at the store and the risk of losing their job all in the middle of a devastating recessio...

A.L.L.'s Judie Brown Hopes to See Pelosi in Confession Line

...nt contraception. It is our prayer that the words of the Holy Father resound in Pelosi's ears and open her heart to the great evil she is helping inflict on the United States: 'How can it be that the most wondrous and sacred human space - the womb - has become a place of unutterable violence?'" ...

New Addiction Treatment Program Allows You to Attend Drug Rehabilitation and Still Keep Your Day Job

... Drug addiction is a disease that can inflict anyone, including those that can continue to hold down jobs and build careers that won't allow them to take extended time off for drug rehab. A new s...

Cancer Deaths Take Heavy Financial Toll

...nnual decline for women. The human capital approach places a higher value on some people than others, Bradley added. For example, "Certain diseases inflict a lower cost because they affect older people more," she said. "Men tend to be valued higher than women, men in their middle years higher than men at ...
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GreenBytes Wards Off Germs and Costly Computer Repairs

...s are the perfect breeding ground for these persistent little bugs, which are known to spread disease and cause illness. But germs, dust and dirt also inflict other harms. They sneak into and clog up computers and machinery, making them inefficient and sometimes dangerous, according to Karl Glass, co-owner o...
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Crabs

... Blue Crabs ... Blue crabs almost always walk sideways, clearing a path with their sharp lateral ... If not handled properly, blue crabs can inflict severe injury. ... As members of the Brachyura taxon, crabs typically have a very short "tail" or ... Crabs offer important benefits to human ...
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Club drugs inflict damage similar to traumatic brain injury

GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- What do suffering a traumatic brain injury and using club drugs have in common" University of Florida researchers say both may trigger a similar chemical chain reaction in the brain, leading to cell death, memory loss and potentially irreversible brain damage. A series...

URI researcher sheds light on 'man-eating' squid; finds them timid, nonthreatening

... "We wanted to know how they deal with so little oxygen." Seibel said that while the squid are strong swimmers with a parrot-like beak that could inflict injury, man-eaters they are not. Unlike some large sharks that feed on large fish and marine mammals, jumbo squid use their numerous small, toothed s...

URI researcher sheds light on 'man-eating' squid; finds them timid, non-threatening

... "We wanted to know how they deal with so little oxygen." Seibel said that while the squid are strong swimmers with a parrot-like beak that could inflict injury, man-eaters they are not. Unlike some large sharks that feed on large fish and marine mammals, jumbo squid use their numerous small, toothed s...

Coral face 'a stormy future'

... surface temperatures (SSTs), and hurricane winds are strengthened by warm surface waters." The high temperatures cause bleaching, while the storms inflict physical destruction on the corals as well as eroding the rocky platforms they need to grow on, or burying them in sand. "Maintaining coral reef po...

Wetlands restoration not a panacea for Louisiana coast

...evels to rise as the storm makes landfall. This storm surge can range from several to 30-plus feet and, along with the waves that accompany the storm, inflict the greatest damage to infrastructure, Young said. Wetlands can dampen the effect of storm surge, the problem is that scientists don't fully unde...

Resuscitation technique after brain injury may do more harm than good

...008 The current standard practice of giving infants and children 100 percent oxygen to prevent brain damage caused by oxygen deprivation may actually inflict additional harm, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have found. Brain damage caused by oxygen deprivation, known as hypoxic-ischemic bra...

Insects take a bigger bite out of plants in a higher CO2 world

...suggests, is a relatively recent arrival in Illinois soybean fields. It is causing considerable damage now but this study suggests that its ability to inflict damage will only increase over time. The researchers, both of whom also are affiliated with the universitys Institute for Genomic Biology, will now...

After more than 100 years apart, webworms devastate New Zealand parsnips

...rate large doses of furanocoumarins in its diet (it can eat up to 5 percent of its body weight of these toxins) the chemicals do limit its capacity to inflict damage. What isnt clear is whether the absence of parsnip webworms in New Zealand for more than 100 years allowed the parsnips to let down their gu...

Marsupial lion tops African lion in fight to death

...e marsupial lion ever come face to face with an African lion of similar size, it could have use its deadly cheek teeth and incredibly powerful arms to inflict mortal wounds on the mammal, Wroe says. Had it not become extinct, it might now hold top spot over toadys king of the jungle. ...

Scripps Research discovery leads to broad potential applications in CovX-Pfizer deal

...rt half-life in the bloodstream. Alternatively, the technique could provide killing function to compounds that bind to diseased cells but that did not inflict sufficient damage to be developed into therapies. Another upside to the chemically programmed antibody approach is that it could speed drug develop...
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In Eleventh-Hour Smear Attempt, Quigley Management Sacrifices Key Employee of its Pharma Division

...claim of impropriety. Unfortunately, the entire affair reveals the lengths that entrenched management will go, and the injury they are willing to inflict on both a key staff member of the Pharma subsidiary and the Company's overall interests, in order to stay in office. The Karkus group respecti...

Covert Torture, Surveillance Jeopardizes the Freedom of American Citizens

...s and for covert purposes intended to torture, induce auditory effects, and inflict internal injury to unwitting civilian targets. Currently, the US Military ...e later, not only has this technology advanced, but so has its potential to inflict serious injury and death. Furthermore, research from Project Censored ...

Microsurgery on the brain of the fruit fly leads to new insights into irreparable nerve injuries

...he cultured brain of a fruit fly alive and healthy for a longer period of time. With the aid of microsurgery, this new technique enables scientists to inflict injury on certain nerve bundles for research purposes. By means of this new fruit fly model, the researchers have already succeeded in showing that th...
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