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U.S. Students' Academic Interests Tend to Wane in Middle School

Chinese teens more likely to keep education a priority, research finds WEDNESDAY, July 15 (HealthDay News) -- American adolescents are more likely than their Chinese counterparts to lose interest in academics, a finding that may explain why Chinese children outperform Americans in acad...

After Effects Of Chemotherapy Will Wane In Few Years :Says Research

Many cancer patients have to go through chemotherapy in their battle against zest zapping cancer. Often their agony does not end with the treatment. Many patients complain of// unprecedented memory loss or alterations in abilities pertaining to learning, judgement and comprehension .This seemingly ...

Saving Powers Of The Ocean On The Wane

A new report confirms earlier doomsday warnings from environmentalists. The oceans, which have absorbed excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere for centuries, may be losing that ability. Researches from University of East Anglia, in conclusion of a fouryear study say that global warming is...

Introducing Healthspottr: The New Voice of Healthcare Innovation

...fluential innovators working in healthcare today. Healthcare emerges as a key issue during presidential election years; however, interest can wane in the years in between. The Obama administration changed this by making healthcare a top public priority. As a result, healthcare industry visibility...

Stressed and Sedentary Lifestyles Increase as Recession Appears to Take its Toll on Britain's Health

...ress levels, up from 56 per cent to 64 per cent. Those in good health cited only a slight rise from 32 per cent to 34 per cent. Exercise on the wane The problems of increased stress are being exacerbated by lack of exercise. The number of people reporting that they never exercise has increas...

Antioxidant-Rich Foods Lose Nutritional Luster Over Time

... THURSDAY, April 2 (HealthDay News) -- For those who swear by antioxidant-rich food and drink, two new studies show those health benefits can wane if the products are stored for too long a time. The findings focus specifically on how well antioxidant activity holds up in commercially availabl...

Studies Challenge Framingham Risk Score

...l levels] were not performing that well for people with advanced age." The new study "indicates that the traditional risk factors become blurred or wane with age," he said. The only accurate predictor of cardiovascular death in the Dutch study was the blood level of homocysteine, an amino acid that ...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac: June 11, 2008

...opper and lead were used extensively to make bronze tools and weapons. The sediments suggest mining and metal usage in the region continued to wax and wane into the modern era, reflecting the environmental changes influenced by past human activity. DMD ARTICLE #2 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE "Seven Thousan...

Research shows HPV testing offers women protection for twice as long as smear testing

...ent protection from cervical abnormalities for at least 6 years after a negative test, compared to protection from a normal smear test which begins to wane after about 3 years. This suggests that the screening interval can be safely extended to at least 6 years with HPV testing. These data provide more s...

NABJ Joins with U.N. to Cover Climate Change and Development in Senegal

...to NABJ President Barbara Ciara at a meeting at the United Nations in September. "Apart from the epic tragedy in Darfur, famine and tyranny are on the wane throughout the continent, and the overwhelming majority of Africans are in better health and living longer," he told her. For more than two decades,...
Wane in Medical Technology

Indevus Announces Presentation of Pagoclone Data at 47th Annual New Clinical Drug Evaluation Unit Meeting

...ttered compared to syllables spoken and the length of time of each stuttering block or event. The variability of stuttering naturally tends to wax and wane over time. Accordingly, two data points were collected prior to treatment and two data points were collected while on treatment at week 4 and week 8 t...
Wane in Medical Dictionary

Joint pain

...lgia. ... Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention of Degenerative Joint Disease ... Pain in the joint may remain fairly constant or may wax and wane for a period of ... Almost all women in perimenopause and menopause suffer from joint pain or stiffness. ... home " understand your body " s...

Allergy to mold

...nd Allergy Investigations we want to ensure you that your biggest ... Are your allergies really caused by pollen? When other people's symptoms wane at the end of the summer season, your's continue to keep you sniffling and sneezing ... Mold Mould What Is Mold ? Molds are a type of fungus....
Wane in Biological News

Giant ocean eddy shadows Sydney

...a from New Zealand in late December. Skirting its southern boundary, they received a homeward boost of 3km/h or more. The eddy appears to be on the wane now and the question of interest for oceanographers is what have been the factors that influenced its development and led to its evolution into an oce...

Cat fleas' journey into the vacuum is a 'one-way trip'

...ving air. I did not include eggs in the vacuum study, but I'm sure they would not have survived, Hink said. Flea survival in general is on the wane these days, Needham noted, because of numerous effective chemical treatments on the market that kill fleas on companion animals. For awhile, fleas...

Energy drinks may pose risks for people with high blood pressure, heart disease

... the study had as much caffeine as one to two cups of coffee, and usually the effect of this amount of caffeine on blood pressure would be expected to wane over 2 or 3 days of regular intake. Some of the other energy drinks contain much higher levels of caffeine, he said. Thousands of young adults are u...

AGU journal highlights -- Sept. 6, 2007

...rce: Geophysical Research Letters (GRL) paper 10.1029/2007GL030440, 2007, http://dx.doi.org/10.1029/2007GL030440 3. Ozone-destroying chemicals wane Halogenated hydrocarbon pollutants, which are chemicals used in manufacturing that destroy ozone, break down in the atmosphere, forming hydrogen c...

MIT's ocean model captures diversity of underwater forests

...y modeling the ocean systems in a way that is consistent with how biologists think of them-water filled with millions of diverse microbes that wax and wane in relative abundance through interactions with each other, and the environment, as dictated by natural selection," said Chisholm. Indeed the gui...

Resistance to anti-HIV drugs in Uganda developed due to drug supply problems

...rence. While our patients did a great job of taking their medications as directed when they were affordable and available, their overall adherence did wane a bit over the study period," said Oyugi. ...

MIT's ocean model precisely mimics microbes' life cycles

...y modeling the ocean systems in a way that is consistent with how biologists think of them-water filled with millions of diverse microbes that wax and wane in relative abundance through interactions with each other, and the environment, as dictated by natural selection," said Chisholm. Indeed the gui...

Science researchers genetically transform immune cells into tumor fighters

...t so that greater numbers of the engineered T cells will survive and continue expressing their new receptor genes, since their expression does seem to wane over time, the Science researchers found. Devising new ways to insert the receptor genes in the T cells, usually encoded in a retrovirus, has been...

UGA study explains peaks and troughs of dengue epidemics

... Scientists have long known that epidemics of dengue fever wax and wane over a period of several years, but they've never been quite sure why. With the incidence and range of the potentially deadly mosquito-borne illness i...
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