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'Sideline' Rage Triggers Mirror Those of Angry Drivers

Parents who rant at kids' sporting events let ego get in the way, study says MONDAY, July 7 (HealthDay News) -- People who are prone to road rage are also more likely to rant and rave while watching their children play sports, says a U.S. study. Ego defensiveness, one of the trigger...

Walgreens Offers Help Sorting Through Changes to Medicare Part D Plans : Free personalized report available at every Walgreens makes it easier for seniors to identify their best choices for prescription coverage

The six-week open enrollment period for Medicare Part D is under way and seniors are facing the annual task of evaluating prescription plans to nail down their choices for the coming year. Medicare enrollees have until Dec. 31 to review their current plan for any changes in cost or coverage and m...

More Than Half of Consumers Going to Doctors Less Due to Rising Healthcare Costs, According to checkMD Survey : 38 Percent Lack Adequate Employer Healthcare Coverage

checkMD, an online social network and healthcare information resource, today released the results of a new poll indicating the correlation between increasing healthcare costs and more infrequent doctor visits. More than half of the 247 respondents (54 percent) indicated they are going to the doct...

Choking Game, Rage Among US Teens, Evokes Deep Concern

16-year-old Levi Draher of San Antonio in Texas in the US almost died of a choking game. He has survived to campaign against such dangerous games.// Levi was found suspended on a rope he had slung across a bunk-bed frame. He had pushed his neck onto the rope. He wanted to achieve a surging rush...

Inroads into triggers of road rage

Road rage may reveal much more than what meets the eye, thought to be ignited by the abuse of anabolic // steroids that lead to abusive and unbecoming behavior, akin to a dormant volcano waiting to erupt. A study to measure the impact of steroid abuse on patients, with a view to gauging the d...

Proposal to Build Six new Hospitals Met with Rage

While the government will approve the plan for six new private finance initiative hospitals today, the proposal has enraged those hit by cutbacks// in their budgets. The announcement has signaled the government’s commitment to continue the largest hospital building programme in the history of t...

Celiac Disease Provides Clues To Solving Autoimmunity

...has uncovered a process that may contribute to many autoimmune disorders. The epidemiology of celiac disease that once was thought to be in the rage of 1 in 10,000 is now known to be in the neighborhood of 1 in 133, although not all individuals with the disease face the same set of symptoms that ma...

Local Heart Doctors First in Nation to Announce Active Investigation of Red Wine (Resveratrol) Pills, Issue Consumer Precautions

... FT. LEE, N.J., July 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Red wine (resveratrol) pills appear to be the rage these days and a local group of cardiologists wants to lead the way for patients and consumers to learn more about them. They may be among the first U...

Minimally Invasive Surgery Not Better for Sciatica

...me thing," Albert said. "Sometimes it pans out and sometimes it doesn't. With knee surgery it has, but minimally invasive hip surgery, which was a big rage a few years ago, is not necessarily better." In his practice, Albert said, surgery for sciatic pain is done with a procedure halfway between the co...

Video: New Online Film Introduces Longevinex Advantage(TM) -- The First Resveratrol-Based Dietary Supplement to Address Both Cellular and Connective Tissue Aging

...e tissue aging. To view the Multimedia News Release, go to: http://www.prnewswire.com/mnr/longevinex/38884/ The film addresses the current rage -- resveratrol (rez-vair-ah-trawl) pills. Consumers have recently been hearing about the possibility of slowing the rate of human aging using natural ...

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Rage in Biological News

Decreasing insulin resistance prevents obesity-related cardiovascular damage

... PTP1B also seems to fix. Hemoglobin is a protein and a binding receptor for sugar-modified proteins receptor for advanced glycation end products, or rage is up-regulated in obesity and down-regulated in mice missing PTP1B. ...

December 2008 Geology and GSA Today media highlights

...t coastal mountain range, with peaks exceeding 5500 meters. Due to the high elevation, high latitude, and proximity to the Pacific Ocean, the mountain rage is mostly covered by ice. The thick ice cover hinders rock sampling at low-elevation areas, which are generally used for the study of the exhumation p...

During exercise, the human brain shifts into high gear on 'alternative energy'

... Alternative energy is all the rage in major media headlines, but for the human brain, this is old news. According to a study by researchers from Denmark and The Netherlands published in...

Treatment corrects severe insulin imbalance in animal studies

...iological Chemistry . In congenital hyperinsulinism (HI), genetic mutations damage the insulin-secreting beta cells in the pancreas. Insulin levels rage out of control and severely reduce blood glucose, a condition called hypoglycemia. If untreated, hypoglycemia may cause irreversible brain damage or d...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- March 19, 2008

...le-threat weapon needed in war between man and microbe Journal of Natural Products Mankinds age-old battle against infectious diseases stands to rage on and on, unless scientists develop a new generation of triple-action antibiotics, according to an article scheduled for the March 28 issue of ACS mo...

Buying and selling habitats to help wildlife

... Tradable permits are all the rage in environmental policy. They are already used internationally to reduce carbon emissions and improve air quality. A group of economists and ecologist...

All eukaryotic kinases share 1 common set of substrates

...scades has proved pivotal for understanding and manipulating cellular behaviour in a variety of divergent eukaryotes. Within these organisms a wide rage of kinases has been defined. The human genome contains over 500 protein kinase genes, whereas the genome of a small plant like Arabidopsis thaliana, t...

Amazon rainforest greens up in the dry season

...d forests grow differently from undisturbed forests has implications for understanding fire regimes in the tropics, including the fires that sometimes rage in tropical areas during El Nino years, which bring drought to many tropical areas, including the Amazon. The research team figured out when the in...

World's pledge to halve hunger by 2015 looks like empty promise

...ngly unstable. "It's very sad and makes the world much more dangerous, because more people will be motivated to commit acts of terror to express their rage at the growing disparity and unfairness between the rich and poor," he says. Pinstrup-Andersen recently examined the programs and outcomes of 25 in...

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Rage in Biological Technology

Max Muscle Introduces First-Ever Probiotics Protein Bar

...to partner with strong brands such as Max Muscle to meet this demand." The 50-gram Max Crunch bars come in Peanut Butter Perfection and Chocolate rage flavors and contain 17 grams of protein. The bars will be available individually for $1.99-2.50 and in boxes of 15 for $29.85-37.50 at more than 160 M...

Gold nanostar shape of the future

... a meter, may hold the promise for new approaches to medical diagnoses or testing for environmental contaminants. While nanoparticles have been the rage across a wide spectrum of sciences, a new study by Duke University bioengineers indicates that of all the shapes studied to date, stars may shine abov...

DNA2.0 Launches New Website: Enhanced Design and Free Bioinformatics Tools Demonstrate DNA2.0's Customer Focus

...of the Web," DNA2.0's Bioinformatics Toolbox provides tools for generating, formatting and analyzing DNA and protein sequences. With an extensive rage of tools designed for such functions as format conversion, sequence analysis, and sequence figures, the Bioinformatics Toolbox puts all the technology...

Wardrivers now exploiting your wireless service with ease

...ight one and pick up a strong signal). Some hackers swear by them and have even wrote up designs and approaches on how to build them. This was the rage a couple years ago. Today, you dont even need a cantenna to pick off a wireless routers signal. Whats already loaded on a laptop is good for a couple ...

IT wildfires

... The heat of technological innovation sometimes starts out-of-control wildfires of politics, process collapses or budget challenges that rage through your IT shop. If youre lucky, youve got some folks who are good in a crisis and can be rapidly shifted from their regular duties to handle the...

Midwest life science stocks sizzle in a tepid first quarter

...r of the two remaining stocks showed the sharp declines of previous quarters. A very healthy quarter! So what is driving it? Well, clearly the rage for bioethanol has had an umbrella effect on stocks like Archer Daniels Midland, a leader in this area. As overall corn and soybean prices have r...

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