Think Twice Before Punishing Unruly Kids
If you are thinking of punishing your unruly
kids for rule-breaking, stealing, lying and disobedience, think twice because you could just be penalising yourself!//
Psychologist David Hawes and his colleagues at the University of New South Wales evaluated a child-management training programme...
Law Firm Freedland Russo Spearheads Record-Setting Whistleblower Case Against Pharmaceutical Giant Eli Lilly -- Firm Expands Offices to Include L.A. Entertainment Branch
... allowed to market and promote such uses. According to the firm's whistleblower lawsuit, Eli Lilly schemed to persuade doctors to prescribe Zyprexa to unruly
nursing home patients to sedate them, knowing full well the drug was not FDA approved for that purpose. The lawsuit alleged Eli Lilly defrauded the fe...
Culture's role on alcohol and violence
..., 2 OCTOBER 2008 Countries with strict social rules and behavioral etiquette such as the United Kingdom may foster drinking cultures characterized by unruly
or bad behavior, according to a new report on alcohol and violence released today by International Center for Alcohol Policies (ICAP). The report list...
Science May Banish Bad Hair Days
...interact could be key, researchers say
MONDAY, Aug. 18 (HealthDay News) -- Whether it's frizzy or flyaway, nearly everyone puts up with an unruly
head of hair from time to time. Now scientists have trained their microscopes on hair to find out why it misbehaves -- and how to tame it.
In a new...
Laws on Mentally Ill Endangers Public Life
...scuss as what to be done in order to prevent such incidences in the future.
Many students had tried to help Cho when they reported his stalking, unruly
classroom behavior and suicide threats to the university police. He was taken to an of –campus mental health agency. The councilor had recommended a t...
Paying Attention Sets Off Symphony of Cell Synchronization
...of Arts and Sciences. “Rather a population of cells is responding more coherently. It is almost like a conductor stepping in to control a large set of unruly
musicians in an orchestra so that they all play together. Cells synchronize precisely to the conductor's cues.”
The article, “Attention Induces ...
First Major Study of Mammalian “Disorderly” Proteis
... Investigators at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital turned up the heat on “disorderly” proteins and confirmed that most of these unruly
molecules // perform critical functions in the cell. The St. Jude team completed the first large-scale collection, investigation and classification of...
Shouting Teachers Developing Dry Throats
... Shouting at unruly
pupils is taking its toll on Hong Kong teachers, with one in three developing voice problems within four years, a survey has said.//
Shouting at ...
First major study of mammalian 'disorderly' proteins
... Investigators at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital turned up the heat on "disorderly" proteins and confirmed that most of these unruly
molecules perform critical functions in the cell. The St. Jude team completed the first large-scale collection, investigation and classification of th...
Paying attention sets off symphony of cell synchronization
...of Arts and Sciences. "Rather a population of cells is responding more coherently. It is almost like a conductor stepping in to control a large set of unruly
musicians in an orchestra so that they all play together. Cells synchronize precisely to the conductor's cues."
The article, "Attention Induces S...
Taming tiny, unruly waves for nano optics
ATLANTA (Oct. 8, 2007) -- Nanoscale devices present a unique challenge to any optical technology -- theres just not enough room for light to travel in a straight line.
On the nanoscale, energy may be produced by radiating photons of light between two surfaces very close together (sometimes as c...
Nanotubes go with the flow
...added that this approach represents a promising advance for the integration of nanotubes in microscale devices. The use of fluidics to bring typically unruly
bundles of nanotubes into line may help to solve prevailing bottlenecks for scaling up the production of nanotube devices.
Thomson lends perspective to stem cell expectations
..., chairman and CEO of Rockwell Automation .
Another motivation was to remind graduates that amid news of controversial professors and occasionally unruly
students, their alma mater is developing contributions to science and business. "I think that, at times, we focus so specifically on those minor issue...