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High blood pressure still sneaking past doctors, Stanford study shows

STANFORD, Calif. - Despite the well-known dangers of high blood pressure, major shortfalls still exist in the screening, treatment and control of the disease even when patients are getting a doctor's care, according to a study from the Stanford University School of Medicine. In a unique look at...

Michael Jackson Could Have Been Going Through 'Male Menopause', says SimplyAgeless411

...an of 50 with health problems. If you're growing older and realize after taking a long hard look at the man in the mirror that male menopause might be sneaking up on you, talk to your doctor about hormone therapy. For Dr. Stanton's full comments on male menopause, read his article on this week's editio...

SimplyAgeless Believes Michael Jackson Could Have Been Going Through 'Male Menopause'

...an of 50 with health problems. If you're growing older and realize after taking a long hard look at the man in the mirror that male menopause might be sneaking up on you, talk to your doctor about hormone therapy. For Dr. Stanton's full comments on male menopause, read his article on this week's editio...

New Survey Highlights Emotional, Financial Toll Multi-Generational Tobacco Use Takes on Parents Sandwiched In Between

...ker - in Roanoke. The Crawfords now have three sons - 28, 14 and 11. "Our 28-year-old started smoking when he turned 18 and our 14-year-old is already sneaking cigarettes. My father quit smoking later in his life, but I'm concerned about how smoking will affect the health of our entire family," she said. ...

Teens' Lung Health Is Linked to Their Diet

...aking quick bread or muffins with shredded zucchini or carrots. Offering cut veggies (or baby carrots) for dipping in a low-fat creamy dressing. sneaking finely grated vegetables into meatloaf or hamburgers. Serving vegetable juice. And to boost omega-3 dietary intake, you can add walnuts and egg...

Valenti International Responds to the San Diego Union Tribune Article 'Can't buy me love,' Fraught With Inaccuracies and Slanted for Sensationalism, Journalistic Integrity Appears Lost.

...ns of her neighbors. She was also caught trespassing at the Valenti International World Headquarters by the founder's son, Steve Valenti. "She was sneaking into the gated estate, all of which could have been avoided. Clearly she was not after a balanced story. Gates, secrecy, privacy, all are necessary ...

Tummy Hurts From Eating Too Much or From Too Many Turns in the Road? Clear Motion & Digestive Aid(TM) Comes to the Rescue

... and tasty treats all too often result in uncomfortable stomach upset. However, whether experiencing motion sickness traveling via air, sea, or car or sneaking that extra piece of pie, it's reassuring to know there is a readily available natural solution -- Clear Motion & Digestive Aid(TM). This safe, and fas...

Don't Be 'Tricked' By Your Teen This Month - It's Time To Talk With Teens About Drug and Alcohol Use

... Sleep-Over Sneak Outs: Although you may be home when your teen has friends sleep-over, it's possible that while you're sound asleep your "guests" are sneaking out of your house to either walk somewhere else or be picked up in a car down the street to go to a party. Turning Water into Wine: An old trick -- y...

Blood Test Catches Secret Smokers

... Levels of carbon monoxide a giveaway, researcher says,, MONDAY, Oct. 22 (HealthDay News) -- If you're sneaking smokes when no one's looking, beware: One lung doctor says a common device can determine whether someone is a smoker. The blood carbon monoxide de...

Just in Time for Fall Baking and Entertaining: The Sneaky Chef Tips Featuring Eagle Mills All-Purpose Flour made with Ultragrain(R)

...t half of one of the three daily services recommend by the U.S. government. "You can substitute Eagle Mills flour cup-for-cup in any of your recipes. sneaking it into your recipes increases the amount of whole grains your kids are getting with virtually no taste difference over products made with traditional...
Sneaking in Biological News

Microbes start immune response by sneaking inside cells

Immune cells that are the body’s front-line defense don’t necessarily rest quietly until invading bacteria lock onto receptors on their outside skins and rouse them to action, as previously thought. In a new paper, University of Michigan scientists describe their findings that bacteria can barge in...

Engineered Stem Cells Show Promise For Sneaking Drugs Into The Brain

One of the great challenges for treating Parkinson's diseases and other neurodegenerative disorders is getting medicine to the right place in the brain. The brain is a complex organ with many different types of cells and structures, and it is fortified with a protective barrier erected by blood v...

Not 1, but 2 kinds of males found in the invasive round goby

...g females and protecting the young, some males will parasitize the courtship and sometimes the parenting duties of conventional males. They do this by sneaking into the nests of big males or pretending to be females. "Prior to our findings, only one type of male reproductive behaviour would have been incor...

For fats, longer may not be better

...s at the University of Kentucky wondered whether some unwanted LPS particles, routinely shed by the bacteria that inhabit the human gut, might also be sneaking in the chylomicrons. Their hypothesis turned out to be correct; when they treated cultured human intestinal cells with oleic acid they observed sig...

New research shows how gene function drives natural selection in important class of genetic elements

...tly mild-mannered and inconsequential but with sudden bursts of activity, these free-floating bits of genetic material have for millions of years been sneaking into the genetic maps of plants and animals, dramatically increasing a genome's size. For years, researchers thought that most of this DNA was pass...

How 'secondary' sex characters can drive the origin of species

...orns) may not be an effective strategy for winning mates. As combative males fight each other, a diminutive, smaller-horned male could simply employ a sneaking strategy to gain access to unguarded females. Under these circumstances, reduced investment in horns seems to result in larger copulatory organs. Alte...

Limiting fructose may boost weight loss, UT Southwestern researcher reports

...uctose, on the other hand, enters this metabolic pathway downstream, bypassing the traffic cop and flooding the metabolic pathway. "It's basically sneaking into the rock concert through the fence," Dr. Parks said. "It's a less-controlled movement of fructose through these pathways that causes it to contri...

Buckyballs used as 'passkey' into cancer cells

...livered through the membrane, directly into the cell," said lead researcher Andrew Barron. "Viruses, which are often toxic, long ago developed ways of sneaking through cell walls. While we're mimicking some techniques used by viruses, we're using non-toxic pieces of protein, and we're incorporating buckyballs...

Movie spies on malaria parasite's sneaky behavior

...rd and Amino collaborated with Volker Heussler at the Bernhard-Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine in Hamburg, Germany. Their images of the parasite sneaking back into the host's bloodstream--published in advance online in Science Express on August 3, 2006, and scheduled for September 2006 publication in Sc...

To sea or not to sea: When it comes to salmon sex, size sometimes doesn't matter

...uce numerous large eggs, hence the need for the female to be of a certain size herself. "Small males, however, can sometimes fertilize many eggs by sneaking rather than by fighting," Quinn says in the chapter called, "Downstream Migration: To Sea or Not to Sea?" The evidence for this is in the DNA of the r...
Sneaking in Biological Technology

Time Clocks Technology Catches Up With Crooks

... July 24, 2009 -- Technology is putting an end to the cat and mouse game of sneaking in late to work - the mouse is caught at the door, in the back room, or on ...unded up a group of intuitive employees and discussed some favorite ways of sneaking time from the boss. Time clocks consultant David Azzopardi from the Bundy S...

Misconceptions dominate the immigration debate

...revious article confuses the issue with undocumented aliens, who are often driven by abject poverty to risk living in the shadows or even detention by sneaking into the U.S. The H-1B program helps to keep America competitive. It brings highly skilled temporary workers to fill a few gaps in our workforce wi...
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