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2nd International Conference, Signs of Autism in Infants: Changing Outcomes Through Early Identification and Intervention, October 11 & 12, 2008; Unique and Critical Event

...ment Allow for Autism Screening in the First Year of Life Mary Beth Steinfeld, M.D. Identification of Autism Before Two Years of Age Jennifer pinto Martin, Ph.D. Screening Strategies for Autism Spectrum Disorder Karen Pierce, Ph.D., The Early Identification of Autism: Towards a Bio-Behaviora...

Obesity common in children with heart disease

...ith heart disease is unknown but is likely to increase morbidity and mortality as it does in adults with heart disease. Now at the University of Utah, pinto was at The Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia when the research was conducted The Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia clinicians collaborated with r...

Antioxidant Molecule Could Help Minimize Stroke-Linked Brain Damage

...re impressive. "The size of infarct -- tissue damage -- in the mouse brain cortex was significantly reduced in the treated vs. untreated animals," Dr. pinto says. Another promising sign: high brain levels of an oxidative stress marker called glutathione, which is usually depleted in areas affected b...

A Laboratory Filtration System Kills 100 Percent Of Dangerous Microbes In Water

... researchers Vishal Shah and Shreya Shah of Dowling College in Long Island, New York, collaborated with Boris Dzikovski of Cornell University and Jose pinto of New York's Polytechnic University in Brooklyn to develop the technique. They will publish their findings in Environmental Pollution. The system...

Longer-Lived Rodents Have Lower Levels of Thyroid Hormone

...icated to influence longevity,” the authors wrote. pinto will present the study “Differential thyroid hormo...ntegrating Diversity. The study was carried out by pinto and Rochelle Buffenstein, City College of New York...4 and is the key hormone in regulating metabolism, pinto said. When an animal becomes cold, for example, it...

Bedwetting Could Be Curbed By A Simple Change In Diet

...'s the most common thing that these kids get from all the soda they drink,' pinto said in a prepared statement. Chocolate is another source of caffeine, ...ble amounts of both -- and generally you can get the child to feel better,' pinto said. Red dye is another irritant. Parents should read the labels of fo...

Change In Lifestyle Recommended To Avoid Cardiac Disease

...s in their early 20s have begun to die due to cardiac problems. Brian pinto of the Nanavati Hospital in Mumbai said that mental stress, smoking and bad...e intake of junk food and emotional turmoil often aggravate heart disease,' pinto said. He added that citizens from South Asia, especially India, were ...

Sniff out flatulence

...sts from Minneapolis Veterans' Affairs Medical Centre fed 16 healthy people pinto beans and lactulose and waited for the results. The beans, along with brocc...oot Trapper may be too unwieldly to provide much comfort to regular fans of pinto beans, broccoli and nuts, but they hope that a less cumbersome device can b...
Pinto in Medical Technology

Obesity Common in Children with Heart Disease

...ivity restrictions are not solely determined by cardiologists but may also be initiated by parents or self-imposed by the children themselves." Drs. pinto and Cohen's coauthors were Bradley S. Marino, M.D., M.P.P., M.S.C.E.; Gil Wernovsky, M.D.; Kristen Hyland, and Stanley O. Dunn, Jr., all of The Childr...
Pinto in Medical Products

Allergen, Food, Pinto Bean

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Pinto in Biological News

Human connection to our nation's fisheries comes alive through oral history project

...cial scientists Susan Abbott-Jamieson and Patricia pinto da Silva of NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Servi...les and are often united by our experiences," said pinto da Silva, a social scientist at NOAA's Northeast F...ew oral history collections from around the U.S.," pinto da Silva said. "We want to make the collections th...

US Patent Office rejects company's claim for bean commonly grown by Latin American farmers

...ly planting, selling or exporting a bean that they have been growing for generations. At issue is a hearty and nutritious yellow beansimilar to the pinto beanthat is known to plant breeders as Phaseolus vulgaris but is commonly called azufrado or Mayocoba bean by Latin American farmers and consumers. In...

Longer-lived rodents have lower levels of thyroid hormone

...icated to influence longevity," the authors wrote. pinto will present the study "Differential thyroid hormo...ntegrating Diversity. The study was carried out by pinto and Rochelle Buffenstein, City College of New York...4 and is the key hormone in regulating metabolism, pinto said. When an animal becomes cold, for example, it...
Pinto in Biological Technology

Apollo Endosurgery, Inc. Secures $11.5 Million in Series A Financing.

... PTV Sciences was founded on the principle of achieving lasting financial success through the exploration of new frontiers. Our name and symbol of the pinto horse captures the legacy of the southwestern spirit and dates back to the early successes of pioneers in oil and gas exploration. We believe that opp...
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