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Police Stumble into Trading Corpses Racket

The theft of the body of a man who died ten years back from a graveyard has led police to believe that they have stumbled into a larger racket in trading corpses//. The missing of the corpse came to light only after family members of Iftikhar, who died 10 years back after being hit by lightning...

BASF Podcast: The Chemical Reporter - Why Does Caffeine Have a Stimulating Effect?

... LUDWIGSHAFEN, Germany, May 13 /PRNewswire/ -- The very first thing many people do when they stumble out of bed in the morning is pour themselves a cup of coffee. The substance in the hot brew that helps wake you up is well-known all over the world: c...

Engineer: Computer learning, electrical stimulation offer hope for paralyzed

...e. The device would deliver just the right stimulation to the calf at just the right moment in a person's gait, lifting the toe just enough to avoid a stumble and walk naturally. The device would adapt to individuals, adjusting itself to weight, activity and diet, he said. It might even act as a kind of r...

MedicinePhone Launches TouchOut Cancer on Apple App Store

...e latest cancer updates. As a patient it is critical that you are as informed as possible on what is going on in the cancer arena because you may just stumble upon something that will help you." Cancer survivor, Fran Drescher said, "The Cancer Schmancer Movement is thrilled to participate in To...

Discovery first step to new therapies

...t and the key is the drug." "Up until recently we have never known what the lock looked like so we have to build thousands of keys (drugs) until we stumble upon one that fits. By mapping membrane proteins we are creating a map of the locks this should make it much easier to design a key that fits." Wo...

Randy Jackson Takes Aim at Diabetes

...bo are no longer part of his diet, replaced with healthier food and a treadmill in his bedroom. "I need to see the treadmill in my bedroom so I can stumble over to it," he quipped. But Jackson urges everyone with diabetes to go at their own pace to improve their health -- and not get discouraged. ...

Army Training Regimen Brutal in US, Needs Overhauling

...they manage to recuperate, pass the grueling PT (physical training) test and go on to battle-readiness. They could also fail the test, try again, stumble through the bureaucratic labyrinth until the point at which they are chaptered out or medically discharged. As trainees, all have yet to be granted "p...

Number of Specialists Best at Treating Children's Fractures Decreasing

... during activities like rollerblading ? Kids involved in athletics receive proper training and conditioning as fatigue and weakness can lead to a stumble or fall that can result in a fracture. Source-Newswise SRM ...

Jogging on Beach Could Cause Injury

...ng distances." Ciccotti also said that one should pay attention to the running surface and watch out for changes in the terrain that may cause a stumble or fall. "Running on the beach is a great activity with tremendous health and psychological benefits. We just need to be extra careful to remain...

Abbott’s Laboratories R&D Capabilities Questione

...ver, that in Abbott's defense, the company isn't a cancer specialist. "They're trying to break into the field, so it's not surprising there would be a stumble along the way." ...
Stumble in Medical Definition

Body shaping

... its elasticity and the ability to spring back. Instead, the newly slimmed patient must deal with so much extra hanging skin, he or she can actually stumble on an overhanging panniculus , the large apron of skin hanging from the stomach that can cover the pubis and groin areas. Notably, many extra in...
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Gastrinoma

...mes if gastrinoma ... aims of surgical management of gastrinoma include: ... ... Cancer or Tumors > Article: Gastrinoma . Digg Del.icio.us stumble Share ... A diagnosis of a gastrinoma can be made more easily in some cases than in others, ... in diagnosing gastrinoma , the measurement of...
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Streamlining brain signals for speed and efficacy

...n the brain needs to transform head motion into precise eye, head, and body movements that rapidly stabilize our posture and gaze; otherwise, we would stumble helplessly through the world, and our vision would resemble an undecipherable blur. In their latest study, published in the current issue of the jo...

Research yields pricey chemicals from biodiesel waste

... for this pathway to be activated," Gonzalez said. "It wasn't easy to zero in on these conditions, so it wasn't the sort of process that someone would stumble upon by accident." Once the new metabolic pathways were identified, Gonzalez's team began using metabolic engineering to design new versions of E....

Computers close in on protein structure prediction

...ay to find the lowest place on the planet is to send out as many explorers as possible. The more explorers there are the more likely one of them is to stumble onto the shoreline of the Dead Sea ?the Earth's lowest point on land not covered by water. Each of the thousands of computer simulations is like one e...
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Leadership insights from co-founder of Yesmail

...to egotism. Those characteristics and behaviors allow them and the organizations they create to not just survive, but thrive in arenas where others stumble or fear to tread. And with perseverance and some occasional good fortune, the companies they captain receive the ultimate reward - a robust market of ...

Business leaders can learn from historical insights

...id it? Teddy Roosevelt? Pat Buchanan? Dick Cheney? Harry S. Truman? Bill O'Reilly? Jay Leno? Al Sharpton? Clint Eastwood? Quotation: "For if we stumble and fail, freedom and civilization everywhere will go down in ruin." Who said it? Albert Einstein? Andrew Jackson? Lyndon B. Johnson? George W. B...

Wait `till next year OK for baseball, not broadband

...ucture, and what it does to the local economic development process. They are going through the same issues; the difference is that they do not want to stumble and want as much insight as possible. Texas is next. Carlini-ism: As the infrastructure gets weaker, people realize it and move on. Copyright 2...

What do CIOs want? Fusion2007 speakers weigh in

...er on them, but Davidson indicated that the relationship has to run deeper than that. That's especially true when projects don't go as planned. We stumble occasionally, and I think if you're honest about why you stumbled, and you go back and you address root causes, and you're open about that with your s...
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