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HowToDoThings.com Brews Up New Uses for Coffee That Will Perk You Up in Recognition of March's 'Caffeine Awareness Month'

The Environment and Health & Beauty Get a New Jolt with Java BURLINGAME, Calif., March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- HowToDoThings.com, a popular online destination that helps solve people's everyday problems by providing reliable "how to" instruction on diverse topics, celebrates the world's most p...

Scots Men Get the Issue of Moobs Off Their Chests in Time for Summer - Male Surgery in Scotland Sees 80 Per Cent Growth

...roup has revealed that despite the drooping economy Scots men are opting to perk themselves up this summer by booking in for moob removal surgery and finall...roup has revealed that despite the drooping economy Scots men are opting to perk themselves up this summer by booking in for moob removal surgery and finall...

Targeted agent shows promise in biliary cancer study

...patients had one prior therapy before receiving AZD6244. A more final analysis of the study is underway. Patients who lacked a target protein called perk did not seem to respond to the drug, suggesting that the drug may not work if the protein is missing in the cancer cells. "This is an important findin...

EuroPRevent 09: Changing hearts and minds in the drive to prevent cardiovascular disease

...y and we encourage you to mark the event in your news diaries. Professor perk admits that none of the eight preventive measures are easily defined or eas...ions will be among the scientific highlights of EuroPRevent 2009, Professor perk sees the congress as a forum for primary care physicians, politicians, and ...

ESC statement on the control of type 2 diabetes

...rtant to avoid excess weight, and the diet described in the study may help achieve this goal." Speaking specifically about the study Professor Joep perk (Oskarshamn District Hospital, Sweden), an ESC spokesperson on the subject of cardiovascular prevention, said that the study was of relatively short d...

The ESC launches a new release of HeartScore

...iction of CVD total risk. The new option of relative risk assessment opens the door to a better counselling even in the younger groups" says Prof Joep perk National Coordinator for CVD Prevention for Sweden. HeartScore is aimed at supporting clinicians in optimising individual cardiovascular risk reduc...

Healthy Diet Lowers Death Risk for Women

...dy to convince you that healthy eating does make a difference. Healthy eating does add years to your life." "And I think women in particular should perk up at this study," Sandon added, "because there is still this notion that women don't die of heart disease. But the fact is, they do. And clearly, in ...

Molecular biology of sleep apnea could lead to new treatments

...within. The Penn group worked with one of those proteins, called PERK. When perk gets activated, two things can happen: The cell can take a pathway to fix i...eins, explains Veasey. However if cells are unhealthy to begin with, the perk pathway can also turn on molecules that cause the cell to turn on itself an...

Elsevier Launches Publishing Ethics Resource Kit

...ww.elsevier.com/publishingethicskit ). Launching perk at the Elsevier Editors' Conference in Singapore, ...ice President and General Legal Counsel, described perk as being "a single point of access for information...ed in dealing with issues of publishing ethics." perk is an online resource which contains links to Else...

New Kaiser Permanente study fortifies caffeine's link to miscarriage

...er decaffeinated beverages during your pregnancy, said Tracy Flanagan, MD, Director of Women's Health, Kaiser Permanente Northern California. Learn to perk up instead with natural energy boosts like a brisk walk, yoga stretches, snacking on dried fruits and nuts. ...
PERK in Biological News

New hybrid plants could prompt more prodigious pepper production in Southwest

...s the American Southwest," said Dr. Daniel Leskovar, a vegetable physiologist with Texas AgriLife Research. To help Southwestern pepper producers perk up pepper production, Leskovar and other Texas A&M System scientists and agriculture experts have teamed up to develop several new adapted pepper plan...

Aspirin discovery may improve cancer treatments

...tivate PERK. Moreover, although aspirin inhibited protein synthesis in normal cells, this did not occur significantly in cells deficient in PERK. Thus perk plays an important role in the inhibition of protein synthesis by salicylates. "Our research into the mechanisms by which salicylates inhibit pr...

Microfluidic chip helps solve cellular mating puzzle

...APKs, which direct the cell’s response by triggering multiple genes. But biologists have been baffled for years as to why two different forms of MAPKs perk up when the mating call arrives. Only one of them, called Fus3, appeared to be in charge of the courtship process, while the other was thought to be m...
PERK in Biological Technology

Kaiser Permanente Study Shows Newer, Stronger Evidence That Caffeine During Pregnancy Increases Miscarriage Risk

... decaffeinated beverages during your pregnancy," said Tracy Flanagan, MD, Director of Women's Health, Kaiser Permanente Northern California. "Learn to perk up instead with natural energy boosts like a brisk walk, yoga stretches, snacking on dried fruits and nuts." Co-authors on the study included Xiaopi...

New Oral MEK Inhibitor, RDEA119, Shows Favorable Anti-Tumor Properties

...raft studies, when RDEA119 was dosed orally once daily for 14 days, we saw significant inhibition and delay of tumor growth. We observed inhibition of perk in tumors (the target of therapy) at significantly lower concentrations (EC50 = 73 nM), compared to those required to inhibit brain pERK (EC50 > 5,000...

Commentary: Is our Biosphere too cheesy?

... A great perk to traveling getting to see what the rest of the world is doing. Last week I was in Phoenix vacationing with the family for spring break, content to ...

Return of Retention

...f workers (except CEOs) were limited or stopped altogether. Every manner of perk introduced during the late 1990s boom, from flex time to foosball, quickly ...the minds of your talent? Are they tuned out and/or burned out? What pay or perk did you take away that they really miss and want back? Find out and reinsta...
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