New Survey: Top Lesson from Seniors About Economic Worries? Gratitude Trumps Fear
New nationwide survey asks adults what lessons they learned from elders who have been through economic challenges before; top response was gratitude; elders say that simply being thankful can calm economic anxiety; other key lessons: perseverance, importance of family and friends, humor and optimi...
Bipartisanship Trumps Liberal Agenda in PEPFAR Reauthorization
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, the U.S. House
Foreign Affairs Committee passed by voice vote the reauthorization of
PEPFAR, the U.S. Global Leadership Against HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and
Malaria Reauthorization of 2008.
Tony Perkins, President of Family Research Coun...
Exercise Trumps Vitamin Supplements When it Comes to Heart Disease and Cancer, From the Harvard Men's Health Watch
BOSTON, Nov. 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Most experts agree that
supplements add little, if anything, to a well-balanced diet. Exercise,
however, is proven to achieve the benefits claimed for vitamins, even for
people who eat properly, reports the November 2007 issue of Harvard Men's
If 2 Painkillers Are Banned, What Next?
...anels, but it typically does so, and Fishman predicted it would in this case as well.
"While it's very convenient to have them in one pill, safety trumps
convenience," Fishman said.
Dr. Sandra L. Kweder, deputy director of the FDA's Office of New Drugs at the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, ...
Neuromarketing Firm Buyology Inc. Receives Investment from Hakuhodo Inc.
...plication of non-conscious tools to measure and manage the emotional dimensions of decision making. Neuroscience is rapidly understanding that emotion trumps
logic in buying decisions and today business is not effectively tapping into 85% of what really drives customers', employees', shareholders' and other...
Rx for Wellness: Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital Opens
...ond its aesthetically pleasing and relaxing design, the entire hospital was first and foremost built with safety in mind.
"At Henry Ford, safety trumps
all," says Christine Zambricki, COO and chief nursing officer at Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital. "With this new hospital, we have an opportunity ...
Billions for Bank Bailouts, But How to Rebuild the Brands? NeuroFocus Reveals New Brainwave-Based Solutions
...lying "hard work"
did not resonate as well with consumers as positioning statements that
emphasized understanding "consumer pain"
* Age trumps
beauty: older people shown in marketing and other materials
resonated better than younger people
* Imagery (especially photographs) that sho...
Virginia Leaders Should Reject Flawed Smoke-Free Legislation That Fails to Protect Everyone's Right to Breathe Clean Air
...e law that makes all restaurants completely smoke-free. And 80 percent of voters agreed that the right of customers and employees to breathe clean air trumps
the right of smokers to smoke in restaurants, bars and other workplaces.
At a time when a growing number of communities, states and even entire c...
80% of Caregivers Report Strain on Their Marriages
...member that the simple things matter in marriage, and they need to be practiced each day.
"The relationship between husband and wife trumps
everything else. If they continue to strengthen their relationship with each other, their marriage will survive the enormous challenges associated wit...
Deep Web Technologies' Mednar Is Rated the #1 Alternative Health Search Engine
...pe Leman. "Mednar is the Secretariat and gold medal winner of medical search at this point."
"This is a great honor and confirmation that quality trumps
all," said Abe Lederman, founder and President of Deep Web Technologies. "We're committed to creating search engines that deliver high value to resear...
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NIST trumps the clumps: Making biologic drugs safer
Scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have developed a technique to measure the formation of clumps of proteins in protein-based pharmaceuticals. This first systematic study* clarifies the conditions under which scientists can be assured that their instruments are...
MIT: How you feel the world impacts how you see it
...er 10 seconds of this stimulus, the monitor displayed a static pattern of horizontal stripes. Contrary to the prevailing assumption that vision always trumps
touch, subjects perceived the stripes as moving in the opposite direction to the moving tactile stimulus.
[Click here to view demos of the motion s...
Eastern Pacific tuna hang in the balance
...rices rise and the pressure to expand fishing opportunities and cash in on the bonanza increases. Not surprisingly, short-term economic gain routinely trumps
the long term sustainability and profitability of the fishery.
Given the different priorities and negotiating positions of member states, the cons...
Census of Marine Life lists 122,500 known species, over halfway to complete inventory by Oct. 2010
..., such as those reclassified in years past based on new information, were shown to have a handful of names or more.
In such cases, the oldest name trumps
later ones to become the valid name (though all aliases are noted to help researchers interpret centuries of scientific literature).
Major link in brain-obesity puzzle found
...t SH2B1 appeared to help mouse embryonic cells turn into fat cells, a process called adipogenesis. But, they suspect, the action of SH2B1 in the brain trumps
its action in fat tissue, leading to the development of obesity in mice that lack SH2B1 in both locations.
Rui and his team now hope to explore ...
Mosquito spray increases toxicity of pyrethroids in creek, study finds
...to control strategies as a result of this study's findings, particularly when weighing the risks of mosquito-borne diseases. "Public health risk still trumps
everything, and pyrethrin and PBO exposed to sunlight degrade easily into innocuous substances after a day or two," he said.
However, based upon t...
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First half of 2006 roundup: Big Pharma trumps biotech
Here we are at the midpoint of 2006 already. The first half stock market doesn't look pretty! The Dow is up a modest 4%. Two months ago, the Dow was up twice that level but took a tumble in May falling sharply in June and beginning to bounce back in July. The NASDAQ has really taken a hit in thes...
Dont rely on information technology to change corporate culture
...orative behaviors it cant force them to happen. For example, a case study done by researchers at MIT in the early 1990s shed insights into how culture trumps
technology. It described the experiences of a leading accounting and consulting firm that introduced software to support collaboration and knowledge s...
Is outsourcing reaching its limits or simply pausing for breath? - Part II
...urcing. The DiamondCluster study shows similar results. It found that the benefits of reallocating resources freed up by outsourcing IT overwhelmingly trumps
the amount of cost savings that companies have actually been able to realize through this practice.
Less than 50 percent of respondents say outsou...
Why the Senate should ease stem cell restrictions
...researchers in the United States - where stem cells were first isolated - are fighting with one hand tied behind their collective backs. When politics trumps
responsible science, ordinary people are often the losers.
Tom Still is president of the Wisconsin Technology Council . He is the former associat...
Online communities may be next business market
... fellow at Yahoo , has a hunch that the next great driver is search, which he called "the cash cow with a big target on it."
But if his preference trumps
his hunch, it is user-generated content (combined with search) that will somehow enable professionals to complete tasks and therefore be monetized by ...
Reader predictions would make 2007 quite a year
...ave done the job, it will take some still more stupendous bungle or criminal act to drive Congress , institutions, and individuals to act.
marketing. For all the advances of Moore's Law on the computational front, battery life, antenna reach, and power consumption cannot get much better t...