Dr. Dean Dornic Certified to Perform Artificial Cornea Transplant
Eye Specialists of Carolina announced that medical director, Dr. Dean Dornic, has been certified to perform corneal transplants with the AlphaCor artificial cornea.
(Vocus) June 15, 2009 -- Eye Specialists of Carolina announced that medical director, Dr. Dean Dornic, ha...
What Motivates Physicians to Succeed? Money Isn't Most Important
While doctors place considerable importance on their current and future earnings, compensation alone is not the greatest motivation for career satisfaction, according to an article entitled "Motivating Physicians" appearing in the latest issue of the Jackson & Coker Industry Report....
Retired Heart Surgeon Dr. Dwight Lundell Celebrates 65th Birthday as an Ironman Participant
Retired heart surgeon Dwight Lundell will celebrate his 65th birthday as a participant in NA Sports Ironman being held in Tempe, AZ on November 23, 2008.
Scottsdale, AZ (Vocus) November 20, 2008 -- Dr. Dwight Lundell will celebrate his 65th birthday as a participant in ...
Mix-Up Behind FDA's Failure to Inspect China Blood-Thinner Plant
Agency error means facility linked to fatal lots of injected heparin was ignored, officials say
MONDAY, Feb. 18 (HealthDay News) -- Due to a name mix-up, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) failed to inspect a Chinese plant that made the active ingredient in vials of heparin n...
Artificial Heart , Gives Hope For Patients Awaiting a Heart Transplant
A recent study shows a completely artificial heart could prevent death in critically ill patients and those who are candidates for a heart transplant . The artificial heart implant improved survival rates before receiving actual heart transplants and after transplantation. //
The artificial hea...
Thawed Ovarian Transplant
When a woman is diagnosed with cancer, she often has to undergo chemotherapy and radiotherapy. This treatment can cause the ovaries to stop functioning // and leave the patient infertile. But doctors around the world have been working on ways to remove, freeze and restore a woman’s ovarian tissue. ...
Continuation Of Medication After Heart Surgery Very Important
Discontinuing your medication after heart surgery may not be the be the wisest thing to do for your health, according to researchers.//
A recent study confirms that coronary artery bypass surgery patients who stop taking heart medications, such as beta blockers and ACE inhibitors, may provoke a...
ONRAD Announces its "Name Our Ant" Competition
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can lift up to 20 times its weight. ONRAD decided to adopt an ant
mascot because its teleradiology services enable clients to lift more. ONRA...
As Fire Ants Continue to Proliferate, Hospital-Proven Burn Anesthetic Brings Instant Relief for Bites, Stings
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ant in Biological News
Landmark project to map genomics of complex ant systems
Emory researchers are tapping the latest-generation DNA sequencing technology to become the first explorers of the genomics of agricultural ant
"This project is one of the first attempts to use genomics to understand a complex interacting system, rather than a single organism," says...
Playing dead is no game for ant survival
Pretending to be dead is an effective self-defense strategy adopted by young fire ant
workers under attack from neighboring colonies. This tactic makes them four times more likely to survive aggression than older workers who fight back. As a result, these young workers are able to contribute to br...
Royal corruption is rife in the ant world
Far from being a model of social co-operation, the ant
world is riddled with cheating and corruption and it goes all the way to the top, according to scientists from the Universities of Leeds and Copenhagen.
Ants have always been thought to work together for the benefit of the colony rather th...
Genes and nutrition influence caste in unusual species of harvester ant
Researchers trying to determine whether nature or nurture determines an ant's status in the colony have found a surprising answer.
Nature (that is, the ant's genetic makeup) and nurture (what it eats, for example) play a role in determining the fate of the Florida harvester ant, Pogono...
A bug's life: Exceptional genomic stability yet rapid protein evolution in a carpenter ant mutualist
The recent surge in the number of microbial genome sequences available to the scientific community is allowing researchers to address interesting ecological questions and to observe how various genomic, evolutionary, and ecological forces interact to define an organism's role in the environment. To...
Sexual cooperation: Mating increases longevity in ant queens
The phenomenon of sexual conflict is a powerful driving force in the evolution of reproductive biology for many animal species. Males often try to manipulate their female mates during copulation--for example, by traumatic inseminations (as in the case of bed bugs) or by the transfer of toxic semina...
Animal and plant communication at the ESA Annual Meeting
A classic example of a mutualism, or a mutually beneficial relationship between two species, is that of warm-climate Acacia plants and their ant
tenants. The plants provide the ants with shelter within their hollowed-out thorns and food in the form of nectar and protein. The ants, in return, de...
Microbes and their hosts -- exploring the complexity of symbiosis in DNA and cell biology
...zona, in Tucson, use the example of mutualism between Blochmannia and their ant
hosts to illustrate how the bacteria rely on genetic, ecological, and physi...aintain the functional flexibility that allows them to meet the needs of an ant
colony rather than the individual ants that make up the colony. Their thoug...
Ants more rational than humans
...al Arts and Sciences.
The authors' insights arose from an examination of the process of nest selection in the ant, Temnothorax curvispinosus. These ant
colonies live in small cavities, as small as an acorn, and are skillful in finding new places to roost. The challenge before the colony was to "choose...
Temporary infidelity may contribute to the stability of ancient relationships
...ame fungal crops for 50 million years. Each young ant
queen carries a bit of fungus garden with her when... from generation to generation, nests of different ant
species, and even genera, throughout Central Ameri...their nests: Leucoagaricus gonglyophorus. Mature ant
colonies contain one fungal clone--a single genoty...
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