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Polish Man Wakes Up to New World After 19 Years in Coma

WARSAW, A Pole who spent 19 years in a coma has woken up and will now have to adapt to a country where the communists are no longer in power, a television station announced Friday. Railwayman Jan Grzebski fell into a coma after he was hit by a train in 1988, the private channel Polsat said...

New Sleep Gene Discovery Wakes Up Scientists

Proteins that regulate sleep and biological timing in the body work much differently than previously thought, meaning drug makers must change// their approach to making drugs for sleep disorders and depression and other timing-related illnesses. The surprise finding is an about-face from previ...

Sleeping pill wakes up comatose patient

A patient lying in a vegetative state for over 3 years woke up after being administered a sleeping pill, given to assuage a spell of restlessness//. This pill will hit the research table for thorough clinical testing. Zolpidem, the name of this sleeping pill, will be clinically tested on 30 p...

Arab World Wakes Up To Drug Addiction

Slowly, but surely, the Arab world is awakening to the growing menace of the drug problem, reports The New York Times. This is especially true in Dubai//. In order to effectively deal with the problem, police and public health officials in Dubai are addressing this problem openly and stressing...

Arab World Wakes Up To the Call of Science

A declaration was made by the Arab leaders at a summit of the 22-member nations of the Arab League in Khartoum, Sudan. They have agreed to collaborate more closely// on research and increase their funding of science and technology. This has called on the Arab nations to increase their research capa...

Odd Behaviors on Ambien Linked to Brain Circuitry

... When the sleep aid shuts down one set of neurons, another set wakes up: study THURSDAY, July 2 (HealthDay News) -- New information about brain circuit activity may help explain why some people who take the...

Increasing ICS compliance: The voice may be recorded, but the results are real

...and controllers and why the latter should be taken every day. Alternatively, Dr. Vollmer noted, the computer might ask if the participant's asthma wakes him/her up at night or interferes with daily activities. For someone who said yes, the computer might respond, "With regular use of ICS, this doesn't ...

What does Mom really want for Mothers Day?

...requently wake up feeling un-refreshed. Sleep is not just a rest period from Mom's busy life; it is a basic necessity. When Mom sleeps well, she wakes up refreshed, alert, and ready to face her day. When women don't sleep well, our jobs, relationships, health, safety, and emotional well-being are at ...

Virginia Hospital Center: Who Would You Trust With Your Breasts?

...ivate rooms with daybeds, sends each mastectomy patient a large pink basket full of comforting items for recovery that is waiting in her room when she wakes up from surgery, and coordinates massage therapy for breast cancer patients interested in the services provided by the Teal Center for Therapeutic Bod...

Nightmares increase risk of further suicide attempts

...ity of there being an increased risk of repeat suicide attempts if the patient has difficulty falling asleep, difficulty sleeping during the night, or wakes up early in the morning. However, the result did not indicate any increased risk. "The results show how important it is for healthcare staff to high...
Wakes in Medical Dictionary

Wry neck

...eck in Depth. AKA: Wry Neck , Acute Torticollis. Common Signs & Symptoms. Pain ... most cases of Acute Torticollis or Wry Neck , the person wakes up with the ... Torticollis is a twisted neck in which the head is tipped to one side, while the ... Wry neck ; Loxia. Causes. Torticollis ma...

Night terror

...or or pavor nocturnus, is a parasomnia disorder characterized by extreme terror and a temporary inability to regain full consciousness. The subject wakes abruptly from slow-wave sleep, with waking usually accompanied by gasping,... A night terror is a sleep disruption that seems similar to a nig...

Night terrors

...error or pavor nocturnus, is a parasomnia disorder characterized by extreme terror and a temporary inability to regain full consciousness. The subject wakes abruptly from slow-wave sleep, with waking usually accompanied by gasping,... Night terrors can be alarming, but aren't usually cause for conc...
Wakes in Biological News

The sound of light: Innovative technology shatters the barriers of modern light microscopy

...r MSOT, is an image with a striking spatial resolution better than 40 micrometers (four hundredths of a millimeter). And best of all, the sedated fish wakes up and recovers without harm following the procedure. Dr. Daniel Razansky, who played a pivotal role in developing the method, says, "This opens th...

Jupiter's shrinking red spot

...g Flying Machines in Our Future? 5) Walkers' wakes Can Spread Germs in Airplanes 6) Pulsating J...s.org/Meeting/DFD08/Event/89974 . 5) WALKERS' wakes CAN SPREAD GERMS IN AIRPLANES Airliner ventilati... up this stagnant zone and reducing the ability of wakes from people moving around the cabin to disperse co...

Animal and biological science highlights: San Antonio Fluid Dynamics Conference, Nov. 23-25

...ling Embryonic Heart Development 7) Walkers' wakes can Spread Germs in Airplanes 1) WIND-TUNNEL ....org/Meeting/DFD08/Event/89766 . 7) WALKERS' wakes CAN SPREAD GERMS IN AIRPLANES Airliner ventilati... up this stagnant zone and reducing the ability of wakes from people moving around the cabin to disperse co...

New research shows sharks use their noses and bodies to locate smells

... placing a brick downstream from each oozing source to create two turbulent wakes with one or the other flavored with food odor. This produced four separate ... and lateral line input for efficient and precise tracking of odor-flavored wakes and that visual input can improve food-finding when lateral line informatio...

Robotic whiskers can sense three-dimensional environment

...r world. Rodents, for example, use their whiskers to determine the size, shape and texture of objects, and seals use their whiskers to track the fluid wakes of their prey. Two Northwestern University engineers have been studying the whisker system of rats to better understand how mechanical information ...

Brain-mapping technique aids understanding of sleep, wakefulness

... the April 21 issue of the journal Neuron, shed light on the complex mechanisms involved in sleep regulation and may help to explain why once a person wakes up and moves around, he tends to stay awake. "We all know subjectively and objectively that there is a very strong force regulating sleep, but ther...
Wakes in Biological Technology

Some great insights into the current Mergers & Acquisitions Market

...ence, that observation is right on target and still holds true. How many jobs and new ventures must we lose or never be considered for before everyone wakes up? Maybe we should have a meeting in Las Vegas or at Pebble Beach to discuss it. Maybe then the media, the politicians and other equity people would ...
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