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Teens Divulge Risky Behavior on Social Networking Sites

But e-mail intervention may spur some adolescents to change, study finds,, MONDAY, Jan. 5 (HealthDay News) -- More than half of teens who use the social networking site MySpace have posted information about sexual behavior, substance abuse or violence, new research shows. The good ...

Pakistani health officials warned not to divulge dengue statistics

The Pakistani government has strictly warned health officials in Islamabad not to issue statements or distribute information regarding the thirty five deaths// following viral dengue fever in various parts of Pakistan.. Anonymous sources from the department of Health divulged to media that...

FDA Narrowing Tainted Tomato Probe to One Cluster

...onference. "We're not there yet on the cluster, but I'm hopeful that this is our most fruitful lead to date on the trace-back." Officials would not divulge the location of the cluster or comment on whether the cluster was the same one reported in an email by the top FDA official on Friday. That cluster in...

Fortis to Inject Rs.300 Mn into Escorts Hospital

... of the Shalimar Bagh centre would start within six weeks," said Singh, who is also the chief executive officer of EHIRC. He, however, did not divulge the details of the investment in these three institutes. Talking to reporters later about the exodus of doctors from the hospital, Singh said:...

India Developing Oral Vaccine to Fight Diabetes

...cine will be administered in liquid form," Prakash V. Diwan, chief of pharmacology of IICT, told IANS. Diwan, however, said they would not like to divulge details about the development. "It's too early to give further details." With nearly 40 million diabetes patients, India is home to over 20 percen...

Dr. Reddy's To Invest $100 Mn In Andhra

.... It is currently under trial in India. India records nearly 2.8 million deaths a year from cardio-vascular diseases. He however, refused to divulge details of the investment for the two new plants. 'We have received approval from the central government in principle, but it would be too early...

Multiple deaths forces cancer trial to be called off

...eaths of the volunteer s who were cancer patients do not seem to have been triggered of by any kind of toxic effect of the drug Xyotax. He declined to divulge how many patients had actually succumbed to death after the clinical tests were initiated .However he did admit that more women have died from lung c...

Heart Tick for Fast Foods in Australia

...dation which charges a licensing fee for the tick. While Ms Anderson said that the fee would be higher than for supermarket products she would not divulge details of the fee structure. She assured consumers that the endorsement would only be given to meals that deserved it. She said, "It will be ...

Indo-Canadian Doctor Charged with Abetting Suicide Bid

...olumbia (CPSBC) of the court proceedings. He has been barred from practising medicine without the college's permission. Though police refused to divulge details of the case since it is pending before the court, another report by the Canadian press identified the elderly woman as Ruth Wolfe. She w...

HIV Test is Becoming Mandatory as a Part of Pre-marriage Exercise

...of J. Sharan Pathological Laboratories. "Normally we do not ask the young people why they are getting the test done and they too do not wish to divulge the reason," he added. Said Suman Dubey of Health Screen: "In rare instances some people tell us that they are getting the test done as a pre-m...
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New book tutors future presidents and public on science behind the headlines

...en a student asked him what his politics were. "Just in asking the question, he gave me a great compliment," Muller said, noting that he refused to divulge his voting preferences. "Science should be nonpartisan, and that's how I try teach it." Muller is unsure whether either presidential candidate has ...

Large-scale genomics project will hunt genes behind common childhood diseases

... information in an encrypted form to preserve patient confidentiality. Clinicians will also ask the children's parents to contribute blood samples and divulge medical information, to strengthen the project's base of information. "Our sample size will be large enough to provide great statistical power to o...
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Revealing the regulating mechanism behind signal transduction in the brain

...n activity. Their findings are being published in the authoritative scientific journal Cell . Fathoming the brain Our 'gray matter' has yet to divulge all its secrets. For example, we do not yet fully understand how we are able to learn and remember things. We do know that dendrites and axons −...

SIGG Water Bottles: Hip But Not Necessarily Green; Were Madonna and Cindy Crawford Hoodwinked?

...Bisphenol A (BPA) is seriously unhealthy stuff you don't want leached into your water, and SIGG bottles might not be BPA-free." 4. SIGG won't divulge its bottle lining ingredients for fear of copy cats. "They claim their proprietary right to secrecy like Coca-Cola," said de Moulpied. "...

Expert says network security is about people, not just computers

...allenged the security professionals who attended her talk to try a security experiment at their own companies by trying to get a help-desk employee to divulge or reset the password for an account without authorization, predicting that most would do so. That, she said, was how security consultant Kevin Mitnic...

Phishing and pharming: Is your personal identity being harvested?

...that the bait is thrown out with the knowledge that most users will ignore it, while some will be tempted to take a bite. These messages entice you to divulge financial information. If you see a message like this, delete it right away. Banks and other financial institutions never use e-mail to update account...

Wisconsin tries to woo another stem cell company

...brother's lab, would remain in Georgia. Aruna is working with the Wisconsin Department of Commerce to facilitate a move, and while he declined to divulge the amount, Stice confirmed the department has committed to a package of grant-and-loan provisions. Tony Hozeny, a spokesman for the Department of...
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