777 Couples Married on 7.07.07
The magic of number seven seems to have caught the imagination of the world.
In Singapore, 777 couples were to tie the knot on 7 July 2007 a date that doesnt repeat itself in a century.
The Chinese and the Indian calendar consider the date 7.07.07 a very auspicious day.
More Married Women In India Are Getting Infected By HIV
women in India are getting infected by the HIV virus by their husbands. South Asia has a HIV/AIDS population of 6 million people//, and India alone accounts for 5.1 million of this figure.
The AIDS Epidemic Update December 2005 by UNAIDS states, 'A significant proportion of new infe...
Similar diseases in married couples
People whose spouses have asthma, high blood pressure or depression are more likely to suffer from these conditions themselves. Researchers at the University of Texas,// have surveyed over 7,500 married
couples between 30 and 65 years of age. They found that the partners of those with asthma, depre...
Nicole Richie is Pregnant and Ready to Get Married
Nicole Richie is over 12 weeks pregnant with rocker boyfriend Joel Madden's baby, reports have confirmed .
The "Simple Life" star, is reported to have shared the joyful news with her mother, Brenda, and her close pals, including Mischa Barton. However, she is neither confirming nor denying...
Polluted Water Prevents Men From Getting Married
The single men hailing from the Dudu Town of India’s Rajasthan are unable to find brides, as a result of the high fluoride content in its water. The excessive fluoride has given rise to several orthopedic problems in the people living in the area.//
'I have two sons of marriageable age but all ...
Celiac Disease Provides Clues To Solving Autoimmunity
...ly began to subside. Before long, she realized it had been over a month since her last spell of symptoms. According to her husband, "It was like being married
to someone else's wife."
Fasano, Alessio (2009, July 27). Celiac Disease Insights: Clues to Solving Autoimmunity. Scientific American, Retrieve...
Long-term health and social outcomes for neuroblastoma survivors
...iblings of children with cancer for risk of chronic health conditions and sociodemographic outcomes.
Neuroblastoma survivors were less likely to be married
or employed with high income than the controls from the sibling cohort, and after 20 years follow-up, were more than eight times more likely to have c...
After Neuroblastoma, Chronic Problems Often Await
...gs of children with cancer. Twenty years later, the cancer survivors were eight times more likely to have chronic health conditions, less likely to be married
and more likely to have lower incomes than the sibling group, the researchers found.
The chronic health conditions included neurological, endocrine...
Study Shows Divorced, Widowed Adults Have Increased Health Risks
... Sexpert Genie James Has Solution: Stay married
and Have More SEX!
Jacksonville, Fla. (Vocus) -- A new study shows that men and women who are divorced or widowed have an...
Marriage Ends, Health Declines
...ar once again.
In fact, people who ceased being married
at some point in their lives were significantly mo...of the University of Chicago's Center on Aging.
men, she said, have better prospects of surviving ...chers would have to randomly assign people to stay married
or stop being...
Married in Medical Technology
NYC Department of Health's 'Get Some NYC Condoms' Sends Wrong Message and Misuses Tax Dollars, says MIM President Bob Peters
...the message, 'Get Some' NYC Condoms and,
presumably, use and enjoy them while engaging in promiscuous sex. To the
extent that the campaign is aimed at married
couples, it is not only
pro-promiscuity but also anti-children.
"And what are the results of this tax dollar supported celebration of
condoms? No on...
Marital Status Doesn't Affect Lung Cancer Survival
...lso included information on marital status: 76 percent of
the patients were married
(average age, 65 years), four percent single,
seven percent divorced, and t...nts had greater financial concerns than patients in the other
groups, while married
and widowed patients had greater spirituality and
better social support.
Fals-Stewart Earns Hazelden's 2007 Dan Anderson Research Award
...ole research team. We're
very grateful for the recognition."
In his study, Fals-Stewart and colleagues compared behavioral couples
therapy (BCT) for married
or cohabitating female alcoholics and their
nonsubstance-abusing spouses or intimate partners with individual-based
treatment only and psychoeducation...
Nationwide Survey Reports that Mothers View Cleaning Homes and Toys as Essential to Preventing Colds & Flu
...s 18 to 34) who say that the mother is the one who stays
at home with a sick child (85% vs. 70% in 2005). Likewise, significantly
more mothers who are married
or living together say the same (84% vs. 72%
in 2005). In fact, less than one in ten fathers stay home with sick
Both the 2007 and 2005 Ge...
Married in Medical Dictionary
... For most people, romantic relationships are the most meaningful element in their ... What we found was that romantic relationships - both of the married
and the ... Does he or she get who you really are? Find out if you're in a healthy relationship . ... Also, intense relationships can be hard f...
...contractions during ... Biblical information about sex and intimacy for married
and soon to be married
Christians. ... Touch causes our bodies to produce a hormone called oxyt...
...Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search ... Romanian: heterosexual m., heterosexuală f. ... When dealing with married
heterosexual couples, agencies have been extremely ... Q: What does a child typically experience when adopted by a heterosexual couple? ... Bu...
...to ... Overview: Familial dysautonomia (FD) is an inherited disorder of the nervous ... Both men and women with familial dysautonomia have married
and reproduced. ... dysautonomia research ... Non- familial dysautonomia (a type of autonomic neuropathy) is a disease of the ... for non- ...
Married in Biological News
Who goes abroad for fertility treatment and why?
...ge profile with 51.1% of Germans being aged over 40 and 63.5% of British. Civil status also varied between countries; overall 69.9% of all women were married
and only 6.1% single. But 82% of Italian women were married, while 50% of French women were cohabiting (often in same sex couples), and 43.4% of Swe...
Opposites attract -- how genetics influences humans to choose their mates
...election in the Brazilian population, while trying to uncover the biological significance of MHC diversity.
The scientists studied MHC data from 90 married
couples, and compared them with 152 randomly-generated control couples. They counted the number of MHC dissimilarities among those who were real cou...
New book suggests Earth perhaps not such a benevolent mother after all
... regulate carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
Like Gaia, Medea is a mythological character, though she is decidedly much darker in nature. Medea was married
to Jason at the time he pursued the Golden Fleece but, according to legend, he left her and in revenge she killed their two children.
Ward, a UW p...
College students find comfort in their pets during hard times
...p reason given by both students and adults. Nearly identical percentages of married
and single persons gave this response, but students and those over 50 years...more stable than those beginning to build their lives. Many more adults are married
or have started raising a family, and have years of experience learning how...
Human connection to our nation's fisheries comes alive through oral history project
...ssors and dealers, people who have worked in fish processing factories or plants, fishery managers or fisheries scientists, as well as individuals who married
fishermen or grew up in fishing families.
To date, more than 120 interviews have been included in the database, and new oral histories are being ad...
Siblings of mentally disabled face own lifelong challenges, according to researchers
...or mental health," said Taylor. "The good news is we found having a mentally disabled sibling did not seem to have an effect on whether the person got married
or had children."
The data for this study were obtained from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study. The study includes approximately 10,000 people who ...
Men with wives, significant others more likely to be screened for prostate cancer
... lived alone were 40 percent less likely to be screened than those who were married
or had a significant other in their home.
Wallner said the study did not assess what caused a married
man to be more likely to be screened. She also said that further studies wo...
A little wine boosts omega-3 in the body: Researchers find a novel mechanism for a healthier heart
...ly but remained in their new country. Some of them married
a Belgian partner. Their genes remained the same, ...rdiovascular diseases.
To carry on the research, married
couples have been recruited in three European area...were formed by people from the same area, Italians married
with Italians (in the Abruzzo region), Belgians...
First at-home test for vasectomized men proves to be safe, accurate
...velopment, some 500,000 men undergo vasectomies in the U.S. each year, making vasectomy the third most popular contraceptive option among the nation's married
couples. The National Institutes of Health reports that one in six men over age 35 have had a vasectomy.
Rutgers scholar authors definitive biography of reproductive medicine pioneer
... 1930s, he was the only Catholic doctor in Massachusetts to support the repeal of a Massachusetts law that prohibited the use of birth control even by married
couples. In the 1950s, he joined forces with biologist Gregory Pincus to develop the first oral contraceptive.
Marsh and Ronner were the first scho...
Married in Biological Technology
Particle Sciences and Microfluidics Collaborate to Share Formulation and Nanotechnology Expertise for Pharmaceutical Drug Product Development, Analysis and Commercialization
According to Robert W. Lee, Ph.D., Vice President of Pharmaceutical Development at Particle Sciences, "We are solution oriented and not married
to a specific platform. Our model is to offer our clients a number of state-of-the-art approaches using best-of-breed, reproducible and scalable techn...
NOVIS Announces Appointment of John J. Arlotta as Chairman
...ten years as owner and manager of
HealthCall, and fifteen years at Baxter International. Mr. Arlotta is a
graduate of the University of Notre Dame, is married
with three adult
children and currently lives in Denver, Colorado. In 2008, Mr. Arlotta
purchased the Minnesota Swarm professional indoor lacrosse fra...
Clarient Names Raymond J. Land Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
...ccounting and finance from Temple University. Mr. Land serves on the board
of Anika Therapeutics, Inc., as Chairperson of the Audit Committee.
He is married
and will relocate with his wife, Kathleen, to Southern
California from his current home in the greater Philadelphia area.
Its All Fun And Games in Madison - Raven Software Celebrates 15 Anniversary
...ne space again.
Employees at Raven Software are changing demographics, too. Some of our employees who have been here since they were young are now married
and having kids, its exciting, Raffel said. There are a lot of employees with young children.
Raffel said Madison isnt particularly a big draw for ...
Who is this Adam Bock Person, Anyway?
...ch. And please dont insult me by telling me it doesnt take a rocket scientist to understand the opportunity. I am a rocket scientist.
Adam Bock is married
to Lynn Hyland; they are expecting their first child in July. Hes a founding member of the Wolf Pack, a lapsed rock climber, an amateur gardener, and ...
Small wonders: Intersection of biotech and nanotech will produce big advances
...logy is from that GE television ad in which the nerdy professor meets the super-model, and within the space of about 30 seconds they fall in love, get married
and produce a nerdy baby wearing eyeglasses.
Dont feel left out, however, if you have trouble chatting about nano over your neighbors backyard gril...
Ten reasons to flee your Midwest technology employer
...spot: incompetence among the staff. If your company values attributes that have nothing to do with brains, experience and creativity (like, say, being married
to the CEOs sister or having attended a particular college), youre in trouble and should bolt.
Companies that hire and promote incompetent people a...
Presidential politics and the next generation
...ing into adulthood finally. Today, 27 and 25 are the average ages of newly married
young men and women, respectively. Pushing back adulthood means pushing back adult realities and concerns. When a young person gets married
and starts family life, their priorities shift. Its just taken Xers a littl...
An Argentine biotechman in Wisconsin
...national academia, he would have been 69 years old.
He completed his undergraduate and doctorate in chemistry at the University of Buenos Aires. He married
his first wife, Rosalie, in 1961. They left for California for a brief period where he completed a post-doctorate fellowship (also in chemistry) at th...
Reading Tommy Thompson's mind – life after public service
...ally, the family would like me to hang around a bit more. For all its rewards, public life has been tough on SueAnn and the kids. Our children are all married
now, and I've got a grandchild. Maybe it's time to stop working 70 hours a week.
So, look out private sector, here I come. But I really mean that s...
Married in Biological Definition
...en aristocratic women should be proud to nurse their own children).
Autograph of Carl v. Linn (Carolus Linnaeus)
In 1739 Linnaeus married
Sara Morea, daughter of a physician. He ascended to the chair of medicine at Uppsala two years later, soon exchanging it for the chair of Botany. He c...
...ected as Fellow of the Royal Society and presented his paper on the Roads of Glen Roy.
Marriage and children
On 29 January 1839 Darwin married
his cousin Emma Wedgwood at Maer in an Anglican ceremony arranged to also suit the Unitarians .
After first living in Gower Street, London , the...
Har Gobind Khorana
...verpool . After earning a Ph. D., he spend a postdoc year in Zrich (1948-49). He then returned to England and worked at Cambridge until 1952. He married
Esther Elizabeth Sibler the same year. After that, he worked at universities in Vancouver and Wisconsin .
Khorana was awarded the 1968 Nobel Pri...
...ded the Georgia Institute of Technology , and received a PhD in biochemistry from the University of California, Berkeley in 1973 .
He has been married
four times (including his current marriage), and has two sons and one daughter. He is the founder of the company Altermune, LLC .
...s studies for more than two years to settle family affairs. He returned to university after two years, and became a doctor of medicine in 1653 . He married
Francesca Massari , younger sister of his anatomy professor, the next year. She unfortunately died a year later.
...h E.L. Ellis in which they demonstrated that viruses reproduce in "one step ", rather than exponentially as cellular organisms do.
In 1941, he married
Mary Bruce, with whom he had four children.
In 1942, he and Salvador Luria demonstrated that bacterial resistance to virus infection is caused...
...f a national population Census in the UK. Government official John Rickman was instrumental in the first Census being conducted in 1801 .
in 1804 ; he and his wife had 3 children. In 1805 he became Britain's (and possibly the world's) first professor in political economy at the East ...