Vaccine May Someday Thwart Ear Infections
Tested on animals, liquid would be administered externally
THURSDAY, July 9 (HealthDay News) -- U.S. researchers have developed a pain-free vaccination that might thwart
ear infections in children.
Antibiotics are typically used to treat ear infections, and surgery is often recommen...
Stranger's Cell Phone Ring May Thwart Your Thinking
30 seconds of ringtone linked to 25% drop in test scores, study found
THURSDAY, June 4 (HealthDay News) -- As if folks needed another reason to be annoyed at other people's cell phones, researchers now report that just 30 seconds of a stranger's nearby ringtone can impair thinking, at ...
Some Antidepressants May Thwart Tamoxifen's Effect on Breast Cancer
Women should seek alternatives to SSRIs for hot flashes, studies suggest
SUNDAY, May 31 (HealthDay News) -- Common antidepressants that many breast cancer survivors use to dampen the hot flashes caused by taking tamoxifen may actually boost the odds of the disease's return, new resear...
Prominent New York Personal Injury Lawyer Says Insurance Companies Thwart Efforts Of Employees Seeking Workers Compensation Benefits In New York State
New York personal injury and workers compensation attorney, David Perecman, is speaking out against the insurance companies and their legal battles against the injured
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 19, 2009 -- One of New York's best personal injury attorneys , David Perecma...
Parasites that live inside cells use loophole to thwart immune system
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital scientists have discovered a mechanism by which intracellular pathogens can shut down one of the body's key chemical weapons against them: nitric oxide. The researchers found that the microbes block nitric oxide production by subverting the biochemical machine...
Hundreds of Workers Gather to Denounce Efforts to Thwart Union Democracy
OAKLAND, Calif., March 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Hundreds of
determined members of SEIU United Healthcare Workers - West (UHW) will
gather at their union headquarters (560 Thomas L. Berkley Way) Thursday at
4:00 p.m. to express outrage at escalating attempts by SEIU's Washington
Early Treatment May Thwart Mad Cow-Type Disease
A number of brain diseases caused by mutant prion proteins, such as mad cow disease or scrapie in sheep, //might be averted if normal prion proteins can be depleted, researchers report.
Prion disease, which includes the human form of mad cow disease called variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, i...
Blue Dye Halts Worsening Paralysis in Animal Study
...cted into the bloodstream because of its dangerous side effects," Nedergaard explained in the news release.
In the search for a compound that would thwart
ATP attacks and could be administered intravenously, Nedergaard stumbled upon BBG.
An intravenous injection of BBG significantly reduced secondary ...
New Weapons in Fight Against TB?
... Parkinsons drugs may thwart
treatment-resistant strain, study finds
FRIDAY, July 3 (Heal...hat found the chemical structure of the two Parkinson's drugs might work to thwart
the TB enzyme InhA, which previous research had determined to be a prime ta...
Acoustiblok, Inc. Combines Sound Abatement and Insulation Materials at Broward County Waste to Energy Plant to Reduce Industrial Noise Pollution
...e, both teams gambled successfully on the results of scientific studies performed on both Thermablok and Acoustiblok to determine the best solution to thwart
the offending noise and deal with the associated heat issue.
Benton said that the need for noise abatement at the plant had been brewing for some...
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New Research Shows Antidepressants May Thwart Breast Cancer Treatment
Popular antidepressants taken with tamoxifen can increase the risk of breast cancer recurrence
PHILADELPHIA, May 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A new study found that taking tamoxifen with certain antidepressants more than doubled the risk of breast cancer recurrence in women taking both ...
Parasites That Live Inside Cells Use Loophole to Thwart Immune System
A study from St. Jude scientists shows how microbes can block nitric
oxide production - a chemical key to the immune system - and offers hints
for fighting bacteria
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Nov. 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- St. Jude Children's
Research Hospital scientists have discovered a mechanism ...
USAID Cooperates in Pandemic Preparedness Initiative
...ll kick off the implementation stage of its Humanitarian Pandemic Preparedness initiative. The three-day exercise seeks to advance global capacity to thwart
a humanitarian disaster in the event of a pandemic.
As recently emphasized by outbreaks of swine flu and H5N1 avian influenza, the likelihood th...
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UC San Diego researchers could help US military thwart explosive threats
Researchers at UC San Diego are using statistical pattern recognition and image processing to help the U.S. military better detect hidden roadside explosives.
Under a grant funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security through the National Science Foundation, UC San Diego structural engine...
Computer-based tool aids research, helps thwart questionable publication practices
DALLAS Jan. 23, 2008 A new computer-based text-searching tool developed by UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers automatically and quickly compares multiple documents in a database for similarities, providing a more efficient method to carry out literature searches, as well as offering sc...
Cancer stem cells similar to normal stem cells can thwart anti-cancer agents
Current cancer therapies often succeed at initially eliminating the bulk of the disease, including all rapidly proliferating cells, but are eventually thwarted because they cannot eliminate a small reservoir of multiple-drug-resistant tumor cells, called cancer stem cells, which ultimately become ...
Scientists aim to thwart use of flu as bioweapon
Flu is already a big killer, responsible for more than 35,000 deaths in the United States alone each year. And wild birds infected with the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu are gradually broadening the scope of that disease. This week in Rochester, scientists are discussing ways to better understand ...
Details of bacterial 'injection' system revealed
...ails of the composition and structure of a needlelike protein complex on the surface of certain bacteria may help scientists develop new strategies to thwart
infection. The research, conducted in part at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory, will be published April 26, 2009, in the...
BIO-key(R) International Showcasing Biometric Identification Technology at 2009 RSA Conference
...his capability is a significant improvement in both convenience and security and provides organizations with a cost effective competitive advantage to thwart
phishing attacks and comply with regulations such as FIPS 201 credentialing, FFIEC compliance, HIPAA, Sarbanes Oxley, Visa PCI, and the E-Sign Electro...
Evolutionary biologist will study HIV with grant from AIDS research foundation
...f Texas at Austin. "Those will be good targets for blocking the virus with new antiviral drugs."
Viruses and their hosts are constantly evolving to thwart
each other in an arms race that occurs over many generations and results in evolutionary change in both.
To find the genes and proteins essential f...
Single gene lets bacteria jump from host to host
...f the mystery of how bacteria evolved to colonize different animals, but also because it reveals a genetic pressure point that could be manipulated to thwart
the germs that make us sick.
"It seems that every animal we know about has microbes associated with it," says Mark J. Mandel, the lead author of th...
University of Leicester archaeologist uncovers evidence of ancient chemical warfare
...of ancient siege techniques to break into the city, including mining operations to breach the walls. Roman defenders responded with 'counter-mines' to thwart
the attackers. In one of these narrow, low galleries, a pile of bodies, representing about twenty Roman soldiers still with their arms, was found in t...
Team finds breast cancer gene linked to disease spread
...tastasis of breast cancer, the scientists may have answered one of the biggest mysteries in cancer research and paved the way for new drugs that could thwart
the gene's diabolical actions.
"Inhibiting this gene in breast cancer patients will simultaneously achieve two important goals -- reduce the chance...
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How to thwart the dont-be-right Midwest technology boss
CHICAGO All the way through school, you studied hard to get the right answer. On those first job interviews after graduation, you tried hard to say the right thing.
Through your career, you've carefully watched and listened and learned so you can excel in your field and do the right thing at ...
Regional Biotech Association Warns Vermont Legislation Could Have Profound Negative Impact
... - Shumlin Promoting Senate Bill S. 48 Today; Will thwart
Burgeoning Biotechnology Industry, Costing Jobs and Research Funds in Vermont -
MONTPELIER, Vt., March 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The region's largest...
Combating infection of crops by nematodes is soon to improve
...s discovery, the scientists are taking us a step closer towards fully understanding the way in which nematodes feed themselves through plants. Ways to thwart
the nematodes can then be invented − for example, by locally counteracting the nematodes' manipulation of auxin transport. Because current metho...
Genetic pathway critical to disease, aging found
...ents a master pressure point for a host of medical conditions, and could one day enable the manipulation of genes or the development of novel drugs to thwart
"Most of the genes this pathway controls are important for human disease," according to Richard A. Anderson of the UW School of Medicine a...
New approach may render disease-causing staph harmless
...aired the cells ability to produce the carotenoid. The cells, once golden, turned white.
We have found that the same golden armor used by Staph to thwart
our immune system can also be its Achilles heel, said Nizet, a study co-author, who is affiliated with the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutica...
Where have all the angels gone?
...tners as a backer of the company's unique endpoint security offerings. WholeSecurity has developed what it calls "behavioral on-demand" offerings that thwart
Trojan horses, keystroke loggers and worms on endpoint PCs. The company plans to use its now total investments of $200 to expand its business developm...
Guarding against patent enforcement
...t, if any, coverage you have against infringement claims. In some cases, new or additional insurance may be a viable option.
Proactive measures to thwart
A practice that may help prevent an entity from being on the receiving end of a patent lawsuit is to increase or begin a patent procure...
UW finds new path to anti-cancer agents
...as bacteria make many chemicals that can be used to treat human disease. Such natural agents are primary sources of drugs employed to fight cancer and thwart
Key chemical features of such drugs are natural sugars, molecules that frequently dictate a chemical compound's biological effects. For ...
Third Wave files countersuit vs. Digene in patent case
...here the case is being heard.
Third Wave's latest response includes counterclaims against Digene, alleging that it has abused its monopoly power to thwart
competition in the human papilloma virus (HPV) diagnostic market.
Digene is a molecular diagnostics company based in Gaithersburg, Md. Both Digen...
Changes to U.S. patent law must nurture our culture of innovation
...iotechnology, medical devices, and information technology because our patent system, albeit flawed, has done a lot more to encourage new ideas than to thwart
First to file
Two hundred-plus years of success is no deterrent to U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy , D-Vermont, who earlier this spring trotted...
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.... Outbreak . Send Message. Add to Friends. Add Comment. Instant Message ... As take-charge Army virologist Sam Daniels (Dustin Hoffman) strives to thwart
a global biological meltdown in the form of a killer virus that has infested a California... outbreak ( ) n. A sudden increase: an outbreak o...