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Parkison’s Conquered Through Stem Cell Therap

A premier hospital in the southern Indian state of Karnataka claims to have made a major breakthrough in the treatment of Parkinson's disease utilizing// the stem cell therapy. The patient Andrew Kisana, a US national, was presented to the media at Bangalore, the state capital, by the managem...

Courageous Cancer Survivors Honored at Intergraph(R) Garden of Hope

...e like until 18 months after surgery." He credits his wife, Carol, of 41 years as his greatest inspiration during this challenge, especially since she conquered her own battle with lung cancer. Garth commented, "I had somebody there in my corner who had been through something even worse, so we could really rel...

Racial Disparity in Death Rate May Be Avoidable

...e system is still failing to meet the very basic needs of some Americans," study author James Macinko said in a news release. "Many disparities can be conquered by focusing more on public policies that promote prevention and by ensuring that all Americans have access to good quality health care." "As the na...

Kyle's Treehouse Launches Autism151.com for Autism Awareness Month

...ril 30, 2009 and post them online. These will be real life videos of children and families who are thriving in spite of autism and even some that have conquered it. Autism is difficult but there is beauty in it -- While it's important for us to continue to look for answers, the most ...

Over 4,000 Hustle Up the Hancock to Fight Lung Disease

... Springfield won the Elite Division with a blazing fast speed of 9 minutes 31 seconds. The fastest woman climber was Cindy Harris of Indianapolis. She conquered the climb at 11 minutes 16 seconds. The average climber tackles the 94 stories in just 23 to 26 minutes. The media competition was won by ...

Funerary monument reveals Iron Age belief that the soul lived in the stone

...he migration of Indo-European speakers into the region centuries earlier under the Hittite Empire based in central Anatolia (modern Turkey), which had conquered the region. But by the eighth century B.C., they were speaking the local West Semitic dialect and were fully integrated into local culture. Kuttum...

James Chippendale Climbs the Mountain of Life

... UK folk artist Nick Harper, Glenn Tillbrook of the Squeeze and acclaimed MTV producer Alex Coletti are just a few of the music luminaries who conquered Everest Rocks. -- Famed MTV producer Alex Coletti documented the Everest Rocks event, which VH1 Classic and MHD (MTV Hi-Definition Television) ha...

Heart Death Rates Worsening for Middle-Aged Adults

...d message, Greenland added. "We've been telling people for years that we've conquered heart disease, that the mortality rates are going progressively down. But the risk factors exist, and to say that we've conquered the problem is a non sequitur." The editorial was aimed at practicing ph...

Thai Separatists Burn School, Kill Four

... fact "deteriorated" in recent months. The deep south was an independent Islamic sultanate known as Pattani for hundreds of years before being conquered by Bangkok in 1786. The border provinces came under direct rule of the Thai bureaucracy in 1902. A separatist struggle took off in the 1950s, ...

After the King’s Crown, Maoist Want Miss Nepal’s Cron

... and belongs to the commoner, earned after grueling competition. Sitashma Chand, 23-year-old sales executive came, she was seen by thousands, and she conquered the crown. She bagged the best deal in her career by lifting the Miss Nepal 2007 crown. She won over 18 other finalists as well as scores of Maois...
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How fish conquered the ocean

Scientists at the University of Bergen, Norway have deduced how bony fishes conquered the oceans by duplicating their yolk-producing genes and filling their eggs with the water of life ?the degradation of yolk proteins from one of the duplicated genes causes the eggs to fill with vital water and fl...

How ancient whales lost their legs, got sleek and conquered the oceans

When ancient whales finally parted company with the last remnants of their legs about 35 million years ago, a relatively sudden genetic event may have crowned an eons-long shrinking process. An international group of scientists led by Hans Thewissen, Ph.D., a professor of anatomy at Northeastern ...

CSHL scientists find a new class of small RNAs and define its function

... regions accounted for only about 2% of the genome. Following that realization, most of the remaining 98% began to look more like terra incognita than conquered territory. To define the full set of genomic elements that perform functions in living cells and to hunt down their location amidst the thicket o...

University of Leicester archaeologist uncovers evidence of ancient chemical warfare

...at the city of Dura-Europos, Syria, met their deaths not as a result of sword or spear, but through asphyxiation. Dura-Europos on the Euphrates was conquered by the Romans who installed a large garrison. Around AD 256, the city was subjected to a ferocious siege by an army from the powerful new Sasanian Per...

Humans and monkeys share Machiavellian intelligence

...ligence may be one of the reasons for our success wrote Maestripieri in his new book Macachiavellian Intelligence: How Rhesus Macaques and Humans Have conquered the World. Maestripieri has been studying monkeys for more than 20 years and has written extensively on their behavior. He has studied them in Eur...

Elephantnose fish 'see' with their chin

...particularly sensitive nose. Instead, it contains more than 500 electric sensors with which it senses its surroundings. With this sense the animal has conquered the night. During the day it hides, only under cover of darkness does it goes searching for food. The chin of Peters' elephantnose fish is basicall...

Napoleon's mysterious death unmasked, UT Southwestern researcher says

...gastric cancer as advanced as Napoleon's have a poor prognosis." Napoleon, born Aug. 15, 1769, ruled France in the late 1700s and early 1800s. He conquered much of Europe, but he was ultimately defeated at the battle of Waterloo in 1815. The British then exiled him to St. Helena, an island in the South At...
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Scientists grow 'nanonets' able to snare added energy transfer

...ei Wang and his team report in the international edition of the German Chemical Society journal Angewandte Chemie . By creating nanonets, the team conquered a longstanding engineering challenge in nanotechnology: creating a material that is extremely thin yet maintains its complexity, a structural design l...
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