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Experts Urge Less Weight Gain for Obese Women in Pregnancy

...to safeguard their health and that of their baby, according to newly updated expert guidelines. That level of gestational weight gain is about half whats recommended for normal-weight pregnant women and reflects the concern over the rising number of obese expectant mothers in the United States. The n...

Children's diet not the main cause of ADHD

...r an hour of eating sugary foods that their child is distracted and fidgety, but studies show that this is more what the mother expects to see and not whats really going on. He added the origin of the idea that sugar is responsible for hyperactivity seems to be purely based on the fact that sugar is a sou...

Rapid wound healing

...shape-stable, pH-neutral and 100 percent bioresorbable. Once applied it remains in the body, where it gradually degrades without leaving any residues. whats more, the fibre fleece provides the healthy cells around the edges of the wound with the structure they additionally need for a proper supply of growt...

Why some treatments rescue aging skin

...ulti-billion-dollar anti-aging products industry. Fisher directs the U-M Photoaging and Aging Research Program. We want to educate clinicians about whats been found, and what it means in terms of how we may improve the appearance of people, says Voorhees, the Duncan and Ella Poth Distinguished Professor...

Battling bird flu by the numbers

...ttencourt. We now have a tool that will tell us in the very short term what is happening based on anomaly detection. What this method wont tell you is whats going to happen five years from now. Bettencourt and Ribeiro began their work nearly three years ago, at a time when the world was wondering whethe...

Some like it hot! Structure of receptor for hot chili pepper and pain revealed

... basket of regulatory domains that extend into the interior of the cell. Its an unusual thing. There is a whole hollow basket area but we dont know whats thats for, Wensel said. Now the search is on to understand how the basket area regulates the channel. Isolating TRPV1 gives researchers an idea of ...

Homeless youth need more than treatment for substance abuse, study says

... street to escape that stress. I talk so much about the problems kids have, but its a social problem and the kids are a victim of that problem. So whats really important is to prevent homelessness at a policy level and a higher government level. But meanwhile, we have a lot of kids who are suffering an...

Cane use may reduce risk of knee osteoarthritis progression

...ects actually demonstrated a beneficial decrease. The use of a cane resulted in a striking 10 percent average decrease in the knee adduction moment. whats more, a quarter of the participants demonstrated a reduction of more than 20 percent. While individuals tended to walk more slowly with the cane than...

Obese patients face increased risks for infection and dislocation following revision hip surgery

...ents are more prone to postsurgical complications, however, remains open to debate and investigation, since the results of existing studies conflict. whats more, only a few short-term studies have focused on how obesity affects the outcomes of revision THA. Compared to primary THA revision surgery is a lo...

Depression diversity: Brain studies reveal big differences among individuals

...le, new University of Michigan Depression Center research shows. And even among depressed people, the numbers of these receptors can vary greatly. whats more, the number of receptors a depressed person has appears to be linked with the severity of their symptoms - and the chances that theyll feel bette...
Whats in Medical Products

SSD-900 Ultrasound Console

Description:...es. Traditionally, portable units suffer from hardware and software limitations that affect image quality. Alokas SSD-900 sets new standards for whats possible in a portable unit. Incorporating over 50 years of experience and unique micro-chip technologies, the SSD-900 generates incredibly high-resol...
Company:ALOKA, Inc.

ASG-200® Electrosurgical Generator

Description:... technology will make controlling the ASG system very simple for the OR team during any point of the procedure, allowing the surgeon to concentrate on whats important the operation and the patient....
Company:DRE Inc.

XCD-X710CR Color Raw Digital Camera

Description:...ys new XCD-X710CR digital camera incorporates a Progressive Scan 1/3" CCD with square pixels and offers excellent sensitivity (1024 (H) x 768 (V) XGA. whats more the XCD-X710CR uses a CCD with a color mask (commonly called a "Bayer filter") and outputs the "raw color" pixel values in 8 or 10 bit to be conv...
Company:Sony Electronics

XCD-SX910CR Color Raw Digital Camera

Description:... new XCD-SX910CR digital camera incorporates a Progressive Scan 1/2" CCD with square pixels and offers excellent sensitivity (1280 (H) x 960 (V) SXGA. whats more the XCD-SX910CR uses a CCD with a color mask (commonly called a "Bayer filter") and outputs the "raw color" pixel values in 8 or 10 bit to be con...
Company:Sony Electronics

mobileMICROMEDE™

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Whats in Biological News

Scientists give a hand(edness) to the search for alien life

...o a large telescope or mounted on a space probe. We need to be sure we get a signal from our own planet before we can look at others, he says. But whats neat about the concept is that it is sensitive to something that comes from the process behind organic self-assembly, but not necessarily life as we k...

Marine invasive species advance 50 km per decade, World Conference on Marine Biodiversity told

...orld," he adds. "We hope to find genes that can be useful to the pharmaceutical industry, medicine, the production of biofuels, bioremediation, etc. whats more, a greater understanding of this diversity, hidden until now, will help us understand better the evolution of life," explains Pedrs-Ali. Danie...

Marine invasive species advance 50km per decade, World Conference on Marine Biodiversity told

...orld," he adds. "We hope to find genes that can be useful to the pharmaceutical industry, medicine, the production of biofuels, bioremediation, etc. whats more, a greater understanding of this diversity, hidden until now, will help us understand better the evolution of life," explains Pedrs-Ali. Danie...

Young mineral scientists rock!

... whats going on in the earths core, why are there magnetic anomalies in rocks, how...ral dynamics, the understanding of which being a prerequisite to comprehend whats happening on a larger scale like mountain building; her analogue study with...

'Barren' seafloor teeming with microbial life

...students and faculty. Edwards believes that most people just dont realize how much life thrives in the watery depths. If we can really nail down whats going on, then there are significant implications, she said. It is my hope that people turn their heads and notice that theres life down there. ...

New technique allows targeted inactivation of genes in research model

...figure out what a gene does in an organism is to replace it with a non-functional version, breed the individual, and then look at the offspring to see whats wrong with them, said Laurie Tompkins, Ph.D., who oversees genetic mechanisms grants at the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, The proble...

Spin control: New technique sorts nanotubes by length

...f time, says researcher Jeffrey Fagan, Eventually they get separated enough in position that we can just pull off layers and get different lengths. whats particularly exciting, they say, is that while other techniques have been shown to sort nanotubes by length, this is the first approach that could be ...

Monarch butterflies help explain why parasites harm hosts

... the early online edition of the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, provides the first empirical evidence in a natural system of whats called the trade-off hypothesis. Parasites have to harm their host to replicate and be transmitted, said lead author Jacobus de Roode, a former pos...

Researchers discover architecture for fundamental processes of life

... and human cells, said Prof. Michnick. They may also be used to link multiple genes implicated in complex human diseases to common cellular processes. whats more, applications to diagnostic tests and the development of drugs and antibodies against human cancers can be readily envisioned. ...

New gene discovered for new form of intellectual disability

...s believed to be relatively common in intellectual disability, though only four genes causing this type of disability have been identified to date. whats really exciting is that the new gene, CC2D2A, encodes a protein with domains similar to those found in one of the previous four autosomal recessive MR...
Whats in Biological Technology

Tech Digest: whats moving in the Midwest

UW-Extension gets $95,000 to help small businesses TeraMedica scans new market opportunity: smaller hospitals Single gene could make deadly disease Platypus plans office move next June Ink Source now property of Nor-Cote UW students use more mobile computing Schneider buys GPS ...

Tech Digest: whats moving in the Midwest

GE Healthcare profits up 31 percent for quarter ConjuGon CEO to speak on both coasts UW center to make Canadian cancer drug Wisconsin DOA buys Seritis software for data management Schneider rolls its own employment Web site GE Healthcare profits up 31 percent for quarter GE He...

Tech Digest: whats moving in the Midwest

Milken Institute predicts moderate Wisconsin biopharmaceutical growth Exxon Mobil stations enter Fiserv network Third Wave appoints regulatory director Milken Institute predicts moderate Wisconsin biopharmaceutical growth Wisconsin is home to significant biopharmaceutical innovati...

Tech Digest: whats moving in the Midwest

Home Health United signs deal with SBC UW-Stout gets USDA grant for manufacturing training ETC announces losses for third quarter Badger Meter reports increased earnings in third quarter QRG Bioscience to move to Research Park Sensient Technologies reduces debt by $47 million ...

Tech Digest: whats moving in the Midwest (10/20/04)

HomeFree wireless monitoring to be used in Alzheimers research HomeFree Inc. , a provider of wireless sensors with its U.S. headquarters in Milwaukee, has announced that it will be involved in a study of how wireless monitoring can report on the daily home life of patients with Alzheimers disea...

Tech Digest: whats moving in the Midwest (10/27/04)

Milwaukee to get $117 million medical research facility Johnson Controls' quarterly report: $273 million profit on $6.8 billion sales Plexus' quarterly report: $37 million loss on $273 million revenues Venture Center launched in Fitchburg Doyle welcomes pharmaceutical company to Wisc...

Tech Digest: whats moving in the Midwest (11/1/04)

Wisconsin-based Analogix joins French company to provide drug purification products Business filings serves Spanish-speaking small businesses Alliant Energy announces dip in third-quarter earnings from mild weather Steinhafels furniture store selects Citrix IT tools Wisconsin-based ...

Tech Digest: whats moving in the Midwest (11/3/04)

UW grads get new job-finding site IT chief becomes marketer Rockwell reports dividend Employment expectations rise WARF to put on patent-strategy conference RoleFlow Software Targets Human Resources Efficiency UW grads get new job-finding site The Wisconsin Alumni Associati...

Tech Digest: whats moving in the Midwest (11/8/04)

SBC to cut 10,000 jobs Berbee ranks highly in Microsoft partner program Milwaukee Heart Hospital to be bought by local system Wausau police nab suspected wireless hacker SBC to cut 10,000 jobs SBC Communications , the parent company of SBC Wisconsin, will cut about 10,000 jobs b...

Attraction at the atomic level

... Yazdani, professor of physics at Princeton University, and lead author on a paper just published in Science Magazine. Its counterintuitive, but thats whats happening. This research was funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) Materials Research Science and Engineering Centers Program through the ...

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Embryology

...fore germination occurs. Want to see what is happening in Embryology ? ... Recent additions to the UNSW Embryology site can be found logged at whats New? ... These are historic movies providing general embryology information. ... Some movies are now also linked from the Mobile Embryology web...
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