This February Discovery en Espanol Delves Into The Subconscious World of Attraction in 'Science of Sex Appeal'
MIAMI, Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Is beauty really in the eye of the
beholder? Does sex appeal actually have a smell or a particular sound? Are
males truly the more promiscuous sex? These and other fascinating questions
form part of a provocative Discovery en Espanol special, SCIENCE OF SEX
U.S. Debut: Holistic Health And Beauty From The Rainforest - New Book Reveals Closely Guarded Malaysian Health and Beauty Secrets Introducing the World to Time-Honored Tradition of Ramuan
...re practices, the guide focuses on herbal and natural remedies for a variety of ailments and conditions that are both gender and age-specific. It also delves
into two concepts paramount to Malaysian healthcare: food as medicine and outer beauty as a reflection of inner health.
June 2009 Mayo Clinic Health Letter Highlights Probiotics, Carotid Artery and Breast Cancer Treatments
...ed with trillions of bacteria that aren't harmful and can be beneficial or even crucial to health.
The June issue of Mayo Clinic Health Letter delves
into probiotics -- foods and supplements that contain so-called friendly bacteria and what's known about how they might benefit health.
Author Mary Soliel Receives Third National Book Award for Debut Non-Fiction on Synchronicity
... through synchronicity. The famous psychiatrist Carl Jung coined the term synchronicity and regarded coincidences as being actually meaningful. Soliel delves
into the mysteries of this phenomenon and describes, through her own personal experiences, how we are being guided, validated and blessed with the pow...
Tragic choices: Is it better for doctors or patient families to decide?
...d to make very difficult choices, such as deciding to end life-support for a terminally ill patient. A new study in the Journal of Consumer Research delves
into the question of whether it is preferable for patients' families or doctors to make those "tragic choices."
Authors Simona Botti (London Busin...
Cancer Screening Tests Could Do More Harm Than Good: Reader's Digest April Cover Story
...s Newsstands March 17th
PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y., March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- The April issue of Reader's Digest , which hits newsstands March 17th, delves
into the controversial topic of whether or not patients should choose to be screened for cancer, putting forward the bold notion that popular cancer s...
Newly Released Book by Retired Scientist Links Self-Control of Hormones to Perfecting One's Life
...idually changed in order to obtain a more rewarding and meaningful life through self-control of inner hormones." In Controlling Your Hormones, he delves
into early Greek and Sanskrit writings when expounding upon profound transformations produced by such hormones.
According to the book, the ancient...
All Nursing Schools Offers Continuing Education Resources
... All Nursing Schools delves
into nursing continuing education to provide both prospective nursing students and nurses looking to further their education an overview of continuing...
New Author Mary Soliel Honored as Two-time National Best Books 2008 Award Finalist
... through synchronicity. The famous psychiatrist Carl Jung
coined the term synchronicity and regarded coincidences as being actually
meaningful. Soliel delves
into the mysteries of this phenomenon and
describes through her own personal experiences, how we are being guided,
validated, and blessed with the pow...
Eularis Analyzes Most Effective Generics Defense Strategies With New Pharmaceutical Industry Report
...t it. The report
discusses appropriate tactics to improve competitiveness with Generics and
demonstrates implementation methods and issues. The report delves
specific marketing situations -- such as USA, Europe and Japan -- and
identifies issues relevant to each market.
"Pharmaceutical companies need...
The sunlight solution for better health
... the sun. In THE SUNLIGHT SOLUTION: WHY MORE SUN EXPOSURE AND VITAMIN D ARE ESSENTIAL TO YOUR HEALTH (Prometheus Books, $19.98), Laurie Winn Carlson delves
into benefits of sunlight and the consequences we would face without it.
In this informative overview of an often-neglected topic, Carlson examines...
Impacts of fossil fuels on fish and people
...th. Organized by NOAAs Oceans and Human Health Initiative, the symposium is one of the features of the AAAS annual meeting.
Incardonas presentation delves
into how one type of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, a compound found in oil, damaged the developing hearts of Pacific herring and pink salmon embryo...
Why do males and females frequently differ in body size and structure?
...ger than females in many large mammals, while females are generally the larger sex in smaller animals such as insects and spiders.
The book also delves
in depth on how differences between the sexes can evolve in spite of substantially identical genetic material.
In all species with separate sexes,...
Discovery of agile molecular motors could aid in treating motor neuron diseases
...periphery of a cell toward its nucleus.
"My lab concentrates on the cellular and genetic aspects of the dynein-dynactin motor, while Yale's group delves
into the mechanics of the motor itself," says Holzbaur. "We're deconstructing the system to understand how it all works in a living cell. In the lab, ...