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Miles To End Malaria Program Gets an Extra Burst of Speed From American Le Mans Series Founder Don Panoz

The Panoz Family Joins Patron Highcroft Racing, Tequila Patron and Racecar Fans Across the Country to Help Families in Africa Fight Malaria with Malaria No More DANBURY, Conn., July 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Patron Highcroft Racing and Malaria No More have been joined by a ...

A way to a mans heart !

Yoga and healthy eating is becoming the norm of today’s stress related life styles. Many people are constantly changing their eating habits and turning towards fruits //and vegetables. As constant articles in newspapers and medical journals stress the importance of these two elements (Yoga and Heal...

Brain Can 'See' Objects Through Touch

...al agnosia. However, the man could still recognize objects by holding them. The researchers used functional MRI to compare brain activity in the mans brain and in healthy volunteers while they looked at pictures of objects and scrambled images and touched objects with one hand. The results showed...

SYNTAX Substudy Shows Positive Outcomes for Left Main Patients Treated With TAXUS(R) Express2(R) Stent System

...clitaxel-Eluting Coronary Stent System. SYNTAX-LE mans is a substudy of the landmark SYNTAX trial, the fi...CR Scientific Program in Barcelona. SYNTAX-LE mans compares late angiographic and clinical outcomes i...ent. "The data announced today from SYNTAX-LE mans will offer important insights for doctors as they ...

Boston Scientific Announces Schedule for EuroPCR 2009

... Tuesday, May 19 SYNTAX-LE mans Study. A. Pieter Kappetein, M.D., Ph.D., will pr...actical application of new data from the SYNTAX-LE mans trial," chaired by Marie-Claude Morice, M.D., and ...in disease in light of new data from the SYNTAX-LE mans study. SYNTAX Tri...

Experts from 10 countries develop first evidence-based definition of lifelong premature ejaculation

...ave concluded that at the moment there is insufficient evidence to develop an evidence-based definition of acquired PE, which develops at a stage in a mans life rather than being a life-long problem. They have also stressed that more research is needed into the PE issues faced by homosexual men as the...

New data show benefit of finasteride in preventing prostate cancer

...tected on the study were classified as those which could potentially take a mans life, researchers concluded that there is no clear-cut PSA threshold that c...o investigators evaluated characteristics of the biopsy in relation to each mans PSA score. Current practice is to consider a PSA score of below four as nor...

Los Angeles Times writer wins Wistar Institute Science Journalism Award

...mott, a Los Angeles Times staff writer. McDermotts winning entry, a four-part investigative study of research on memory, is titled Chasing Memory: One mans Epic Quest for Understanding. For his work, he will receive a certificate of award and a cash prize of $5,000. For the first time, the judges also...

Good sexual intercourse lasts minutes, not hours, therapists say

...se activity times: "adequate," from 3-7 minutes; "desirable," from 7-13 minutes; "too short" from 1-2 minutes; and "too long" from 10-30 minutes. "A mans or womans interpretation of his or her sexual functioning as well as the partners relies on personal beliefs developed in part from societys messages,...

Prostate size and other neglected factors influence prostate cancer treatment satisfaction

...cerns that are common yet have been previously neglected by researchers, including weak or frequent urination due to prostate enlargement as well as a mans vitality or hormonal function. We didnt presume whether one type of side effect or another is more important instead, we measured a broad range o...

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mans in Biological News

NIST guides genetic genealogy labs toward improved accuracy

...) recently published a paper* with recommendations for genealogy testing that they hope will improve the accuracy and reliability of the product. A mans paternal lineage can be traced using the DNA on his Y chromosome (Y-DNA), which, like many European surnames, passes from father to son. DNA profiling...

Ocean acidification -- another undesired side effect of fossil fuel-burning

...g almost one third of the worldwide emitted carbon dioxide. The oceans represent a significant carbon sink, but the uptake of excess CO2 stemming from mans burning of fossil fuels comes at a high cost: ocean acidification. Research on ocean acidification is a newly emerging field and was one of the majo...

Genes may play role in risk assessment for prostate cancer among Hispanics and caucasians

... man and misses other tumors. Men typically have this test after they turn 50 years old, and it can spot a tumor that may not cause a problem in a mans lifetime if left untreated. It could be more likely that a man will die from heart disease or some other ailment before his prostate cancer would kil...

Scientists to discover why flamingos are in the pink of health -- in the poo!

...pure and pristine. Many of the lakes where it feeds, occasionally with a million birds crowded together when the food is good, are almost untouched by mans activities. In complete contrast to Africa, where lesser flamingos only live on inland soda lakes and are never seen at the coast, in India I watch...

Unravelling the Northwest's Viking past

...e Y-chromosome is passed along the paternal line from generation to generation with very little change, providing a powerful probe into ancestry. So a mans Y-chromosome type is a marker to his paternal past. The method is most powerful when populations rather than individuals are compared with each other...

ASU professor helps solve mystery of glassy water

...gell wanted to know what was transpiring in the no mans land between 150 and 250 K (-190 and -10 F). Where...cket the possible heat capacity of water in the no mans land and come up with a novel cooperative transiti...e answer to the puzzle of what was happening in no mans land, Angell says. And so I worked up from the gla...

USC researchers explore genetic causes for male infertility

... attending an infertility clinic. Using highly specialized molecular biology techniques, the researchers studied the epigenetic state of DNA from each mans sperm. They found that sperm DNA from men with low sperm counts or abnormal sperm had high levels of methylation, which is one of the ways the body re...

Art meets science: Engineer discusses his photographs in free UH lecture

...ed with chalk drawings. His drawings are designed to provoke thought about mans struggle to cope in the growing technological age. He explores issues of p...s the conflict between rational or scientific explanations of existence and mans apparent need to explain the world around him. His work is on display ...

UCR researchers awarded nearly $1.7M to develop improved cowpea varieties

...oping more than five improved cowpea varieties over the past decade. The research this new grant will enable has potential to convert cowpea the poor mans meat in Africa into a better cash crop for income generation, thereby increasing living standards. UCR researchers have been providing assistance...

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mans in Biological Technology

SYNTAX substudy shows positive outcomes for left main patients treated with TAXUS(R) Express(2)(R) Stent System

...aclitaxel-Eluting Coronary Stent System. SYNTAX-LE mans is a substudy of the landmark SYNTAX trial, the fi...roPCR Scientific Program in Barcelona. SYNTAX-LE mans compares late angiographic and clinical outcomes i...ercent. "The data announced today from SYNTAX-LE mans will offer important insights for doctors as they ...

Offshore Outsourcing: On Target or Off Base?

... Im not a big Bob Dylan fan, but lately I cant help thinking of the second verse from "Blowin' in the Wind" in which he questions mans inability to confront what is really happening all around him. Dylans lyrics come to mind whenever the media starts hyping yet another new busines...

Beware the cold-call job interview

...the time, but I was flattered to be recruited. I didnt recognize either the mans name or the company he worked for, but I did recognize the companys multi-b...nterview doing to me? Crossing the threshold When I walked into the mans office the next morning, I was surprised to find the lobby filled with appl...
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