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Study: Benefit to women not enough to sway men to get HPV vaccine

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Informing men that a new vaccine to prevent human papillomavirus (HPV) would also help protect their female partners against developing cervical cancer from the sexually transmitted infection did not increase their interest in getting the vaccine, according to a new Florida St...

University of Kansas research finds human emotions hold sway over physical health worldwide

LAWRENCE A researcher from the University of Kansas has spearheaded a new investigation into the link between emotions and health. The research proves that positive emotions are critical for upkeep of physical health for people worldwide, above all for those who are deeply impoverished. The s...

Ex-House Aging Committee Chief of Staff Bob Weiner Warns of Insurance Control Over Health Bill Outcome, Praises House Version, 'Disappointed' by Senate; Weiner and Policy Analyst Jordan Osserman Offer Bill's 'Prognosis'

...option. Without consumer pressure over the next three months of votes in Congress, however, real change will be whittled away. Florida has particular sway as a battleground state renowned for its senior power. It's time for everyone to become active in the debate. Otherwise, the insurance companies will ...

Filters Fast Challenges Universities and Colleges to Kick the Bottled Water Habit

... to items such as Brita filtration pitchers, faucet filters, reusable and BPA-free plastic bottles, and glass decanters. Virtually anything that could sway a student from purchasing bottled water is now on sale through Drop the Bottle! "There's no doubt that many of today's environmentally conscious...

Rivals Will Drive Toward Alliances or Merge in Healthcare I.T. Industry, National Biz School War Game Predicts

...ots of money into new and complicated electronic medical records systems. Emerging pay-for-performance requirements, and reimbursement incentives may sway the thinking though. A shortage of technical manpower will slow down the implementation of electronic medical record...

Genetic Markers Identified for Alcohol Response in UCSF Gallo Study

...arch aids." The most significant association in this study was found on the chromosome 15 SNP labeled RS1051730, with the response being body sway resulting from a 3-drink challenge at 10:00 am, researchers said. Several other genes surrounding this marker could be responsible for the variat...

Smoking Coupled With Obesity Raises Death Risk

...o simple things to improve their health and life span. "We have long known that a surprisingly short list of potentially modifiable behaviors holds sway over an enormous range of mortality risk," Katz said. "Together, tobacco use, physical activity and dietary pattern are major determinants of the prob...

Catholics at International AIDS Conference XVII Tell Pope: End Ban on Condoms

...Mexico, 86% in Ireland, 79% in the US, 77% in the Philippines and 59% in Ghana agreed. Unfortunately, the Catholic hierarchy's position holds the most sway in the countries least able to deal economically and medically with the disease. "Catholics the world over unequivocally state that using condoms is...

When it comes to putting, Tiger and Nicklaus might not have best advice

...ed. "The exact reasons for the opposite coordination patterns are not entirely clear," says Lee. "However, we suspect that the duffers tend to just sway their body with the motions of the putter. In contrast, the good golfers probably are trying to maintain a stable, central body position by counteract...

When it comes to putting, Tiger and Nicklaus

...ed. "The exact reasons for the opposite coordination patterns are not entirely clear," says Lee. "However, we suspect that the duffers tend to just sway their body with the motions of the putter. In contrast, the good golfers probably are trying to maintain a stable, central body position by counteract...
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Dramatic JUPITER Findings Fail to Sway Prescribing Behavior, Poll Shows

Results reveal most respondents against expanding statin use broadly in wake of AHA-presented data LITTLE FALLS, N.J., Nov. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- JUPITER, a clinical trial suggesting rosuvastatin may lower the cardiovascular risk of healthy patients with elevated CRP, should not prompt univ...

New Study Suggests no Significant Impairment in Middle-of-the-Night Balance, Mobility or Memory in Older Adults Using Ramelteon

...was observed with zolpidem (P<0.001), but not with ramelteon (P=0.837). Additional results showed: * Significant increase in turn time and turn sway versus placebo was seen with zolpidem (P<0.001, both), but not with ramelteon (P=0.776, P=0.982, respectively). * Immediate memor...

Study Demonstrated Rozerem (ramelteon) Does Not Affect Middle-of-the-Night Balance in Older Adults with Insomnia

...oday demonstrated that Rozerem did not affect body sway at peak plasma levels, nor did it impair middle-of...udies. ROZEREM Study Design 1: Effect on Body sway A total of 275 adults with chronic insomnia rece...-peak plasma levels, the effect of ROZEREM on body sway was no different from placebo. However, the positi...
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Gene-bender proteins may sway to DNA

Among the many genes packed into each cell of our body, those that get turned on, or expressed, are the ones that make us who we are. Certain proteins do the job of regulating gene expression by clasping onto key spots of DNA -- the nucleic acid that contains the genetic instructions. How does th...

Researchers explore new driver of transplant rejection: Platelets

...onses that play a critical role in organ transplant rejection, according to a new report from Johns Hopkins scientists. "Platelets potentially hold sway over many aspects of transplant biology," says Craig Morrell, D.V.M., Ph.D., an assistant professor of molecular and comparative pathobiology at the J...

Four, three, two, one . . . pterosaurs have lift off

..."We put V8 engines in our biggest, heaviest cars, not V-4s, like the one in my Camry." Assumption and convention rather than reason or data held sway for centuries, ever since the classical bipedal model of pterosaur take-off was first championed, he notes. ...

Scientists: As rainfall changes, tropical plants may acclimate

...ents in plant life. Other unrelated changes that accompany a warming climate could still affect plant distribution and growth, such as those that hold sway over pollinators, insect predators or invasive plants. "These plants should be able to do OK in terms of their nitrogen nutrition, even with the ...

When in danger humans are similar to a deer in the headlights

...participants froze as their heart rate decelerated and amount of their body sway reduced. The authors found that this abrupt reaction, so critical for the s...recordings were collected. The author found a significant reduction in body sway along with increased muscle stiffness following the unpleasant/mutilation b...

Hopkins AIDS experts issue warning about global efforts to provide drug therapies

...-life-threatening sexually transmitted diseases. Eager to return soldiers to active duty, wartime needs outweighed civilian concerns, but this did not sway public opinion that the military was wasting its share of medication. "While the lack of a plan is the worst-case scenario, even a plan with no pub...
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On location: BIO 2004

...d politics were separated from research. Sen. Orin Hatch, R-Utah, said Reagans death and Nancy Reagans advocacy for stem cell research have helped sway opposition. In support of continued research, a number of U.S. senators, including 14 republicans who oppose abortion, made public a letter they s...

CIOs learn boardroom-speak

...on 2005 CEO-CIO Symposium said as they gave some tips on simplifying tech-speak for executives and examined ways a chief information officer can hold sway in the boardroom. Good IT converts data into dollars and knowledge into decision making, said John Byrnes, managing director of the Mason Wells i...

Covance spars with animal rights activists

... in the multi-billion dollar drug research market. The project exists in an early and uncertain phase. As the public relations contest escalates to sway concerned residents, conflicting indicators of public opinion on the facility have done little to predict how Chandler's elected officials will respon...

UW-Madison MBA program ranked among best for investment return

...2 poll and 25 percent from 10,074 graduates polled in 2004. Measuring six years' worth of data ensures that short-term improvements or problems do not sway the results. ...

States need to be more "connectivity conscious"

...eed for broadband deployment for economic development. From a corporate standpoint, reviewing the answers from this type of survey would definitely sway companies planning new facilities to locate in one state or another. Some of the questions that seem to be void of any state oversight were: ...

Brazilian bio-industry should impress American investors

...cle over the last six years, and Chavez has filled this void with oil money largesse (and also nationalizing of the oil and other industries), holding sway over other Latin American governments such as Bolivia (Morales recently nationalized the Bolivian natural gas market). Embracing Brazil We had...
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