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Survey Finds Many Americans Clueless About Eye Disease

Findings point to need for education, outreach efforts, experts say THURSDAY, March 13 (HealthDay News) -- Many Americans are unaware of the warning signs of eye diseases that could blind them if not detected and treated soon enough, a new survey shows. The telephone survey, releas...

Shanghai Doctors Clueless About Baby's Deformity

Shanghai doctors were perplexed with two-month-old boy, who was born with an extra arm, and were left clueless about the cause of his deformity.// The boy was taken to the Shanghai Children's Medical Centre, one of China's top hospitals for treating congenital deformities, but the doctors wer...

'Don't Ask Me How I Feel, I Have MS'

...S," Knapp takes the reader along on his journey of life. He covers his first doctor's visit, his family and friends. "I was a walking enigma, and clueless as to why. I've had MS all my life and just didn't know how to read the signs. But, then, no one else did either," says Knapp. About the Author:...

Color Red Makes Men Amorous

... And study finds they're, well, clueless about its impact on them TUESDAY, Oct. 28 (HealthDay News) -- Red really is the color of love for men, according to two University of Roch...

Compound Present in Plant may Help to Curb Craving for Cannabis

...e increases in dopamine are virtually non-existent because of MLA," the New Scientist quoted Goldberg as saying. The scientists, however, are clueless as to the mechanism by which MLA works. Goldberg also stressed the need for developing medications that may help cannabis addicts overcome th...

Support to care takers of psychiatric patients in pieces?

...ten family members of the mentally sick, that enables them to rise up to the challenges of the world around them. The care giver however is very often clueless about many things regarding the course of psychiatric illness or what to expect at the end of treatment. The report brought out by the Health Resea...

IBS Sufferers Benefited by Non-Absorbable Antibiotics

...he disease should also be conducted." Treatments for this disease have been mainly focused on reducing its symptoms because researchers are still clueless about its cause. In the Dec 2000 issue of American Journal of Gastroenterology, Pimentel linked bloating, the most common symptom of IBS, to bacterial...

Treatment of SARS Still a Mystery

... A new study commissioned by the World Health Organization has suggested that doctors are still clueless as to what, if any, treatments may work against SARS// in the event of the return of the dreaded disease. Some 70 studies that was conducted dur...

Parents ignorant about kids' immoral practices

... According to an annual back-to-school survey on teens' attitudes that covers an overall picture of a generation of parents clueless about children’s immoral practices, one// third of the American teenagers have attended parties where alcohol or illegal drugs were used while their p...

Bird Flu: Fear of the Unknown Could Put Financial Markets in a Soup

...ior economist with Morley Fund Management in London. With the Flu making an entry into western industrialized countries, financial markets, are pretty clueless to its repercussions, clearly fueled by common factors like interest rates, oil price etc. This is probably because bird flu has not wrecked lar...
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1 missing gene leads to fruitless mating rituals

... DURHAM, N.C. Male fruit flies missing a gene for one particular odor receptor become clueless in matters of love, scientists at Duke University Medical Center have discovered. Because they lack the ability to read important chemical cues, ...
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Economic outlook for 2007, and still clueless on Apple

When the Executive Club of Chicago presented its annual outlook for the year in a renovated Grand Ballroom of the Conrad Hilton, the guest speakers were Robert J. Dr. Bob Froehlich of Deutsche Asset Management , Allan Murray of the Wall Street Journal , and Diane Swonk of Mesirow Financial . ...

Call centers and customer service: The good, the bad, and the clueless

We always hear about how everyone is implementing best practices at their organization and how they have the greatest customer service center for their product or service. Let's just cut through the rah-rah self-promotion and hype. The truth is, some are very good and some still can't put it all ...

Create a Governors Technology Summit

...pects who frankly know almost nothing about high technology. As in the past, the hall will be filled with those who sincerely want to help but who are clueless about what to do. If Governor Doyle is serious about his program to Grow Wisconsin, he should redesign the Governors Economic Summit he is planni...

Illegal business tricks: Can my company do that?

...Im not a lawyer. I dont send people off to sue their current or past employer (or at least I havent so far). Life is long. So many of these errors are clueless rather than evil. The stories go into a vault. Here are a few true-life examples from Midwest technology companies of off-the-wall things that happene...

What to do when dining with a Jive Turkey technology job candidate

... Sometimes in this column we write about very unprofessional, clueless or off-the-wall habits among Midwest technology bosses. While theyre all true stories and authentic trends, wed hate to leave readers with the noti...

What to do when your tech employer doesnt know what you do

...ar. In other ways, though, its not ideal. We can poke fun all day at the clueless suits who know Jack about technology, but if your boss is in the dark about... why youre so good at it. If a sudden downturn converts the jokes about the clueless suits into a scramble to keep your job, you want to have more than one pers...

How to tackle the divide between techies and non-techies at work

...fensive. Dont call your tech colleague a geek (its a compliment to them) or a tech weenie or a dweeb or a nerd. In his eyes, you are just a suit, a clueless bureaucrat or an empty-headed marketing (or HR, finance, manufacturing, etc.) flunky. Dont get going down the barb-throwing path if you can help it. J...

Damn the incumbents, and full speed ahead

...even 99.9999 percent, but no one has 100 percent. NO ONE.) These universal laws of networks are still relevant and yet we have many people that are clueless to these laws. Once you understand them, you realize that you are going to have to spend some money to have the best network infrastructure. You ar...

Real pulse of the economy? Check real estate foreclosures

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Data centers: Blowing smoke and raising red flags

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