Whom do we fear or trust?
...dence that face-seeking is deeply rooted in both the psyche and evolution as the amygdala, a primitive region of the brain, is stimulated when someone spies
a scary face.
While it may be true that people have little control over their facial features, the study also indicates that expressions may be imp...
Alcohol Use Frequently Overlooked Before Surgery
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said. "Our results emphasize that the use of compu...
High Blood Sugar Tied to Pregnancy Complications
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SOURCES: Boyd Metzger, M.D., Tom D. spies
Professor of Metabolism and Nutrition, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwe...
Researchers use neuroimaging to study ESP
The U.S. government lent credence to such claims when it revealed that it had spent millions of dollars recruiting and training psychic spies
during the Cold War. Furthermore, research studies have been reported that appear to support the existence of ESP, including an influential series of ...
Movie spies on malaria parasite's sneaky behavior
Malaria has been outsmarting the human immune system for centuries. Now, using real-time imaging to track malaria infections in live mice, researchers have discovered one of the parasite's sneakiest tricks--using dead liver cells to cloak and transport itself back into the bloodstream after leaving...
Researchers probe a DNA repair enzyme
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Working with archaea has the advantage of...r proper function of these enzymes in DNA repair," spies
said. By mutating the cysteine ligands to the clus...
Mice with glowing hearts shed light on how hearts develop
....org/papbyrecent.shtml and is to be published in a future issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
"The proteins act as molecular spies
that tell us what is happening within cells in the living mouse," said Michael Kotlikoff, professor and chair of the Department of Biomedical Sciences...
Watching Evolution Happen - Evolving Healthcare Technology Spies Big Change
If Wisconsin can be said to have anything going for it in the digital age, its the confluence of its mushrooming health care and information technology sectors.
The first-ever Evolving Healthcare Technology Conference, being held Friday at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) in Milwaukee, is ...