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1-Stop Screening For Cancer And Osteoporosis

New research reveals that computed tomography (CT) colonography, also known as virtual colonoscopy, has the potential to screen for two diseases at once - colorectal cancer and osteoporosis, both

$4.7 Million Grant To Improve Public Transport For Disabled

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and the University at Buffalo (UB), State University of New York, are collaborating on a five-year, $4.7 million effort to advance public transportation f

'Intelligent' Materials To Revolutionise Surgical Implants - Nanotechnology Will Provide Superior Implants For Orthopaedic Patients

A brand new process that could revolutionise the reliability and durability of surgical implants, such as hip and knee replacements, has today, 2 December 08, received recognition for its m

St. Paul Pioneer Press Examines Antipsychotic Drug Use Among Minnesota Nursing Home Residents

The St. Paul Pioneer Press on Saturday as part of an ongoing seri

Fewer Patients Using Health Care Provider Quality Ratings Web Sites To Make Decisions

Fewer U.S. residents use Web sites that rate health services when selecting insurance plans, hospitals or physicians, according to state and national studies, the

'Nuanced' Campaign By Abortion-Rights Supporters Key To Defeat Of South Dakota Abortion Ban, Editorial Says

After the 2006 and 2008 defeats of two bitterly fought South Dakota ballot initiatives that would have banned nearly all abortion procedures, it is time to acknowledge that South Dakota voters

Children's Hospital Reminds Parents To Stay Alert During Holidays

The holidays are an exciting and busy time of year as parents race to finish shopping, decorating and baking. As the number of days left in the calendar year winds down, be sure to allow plenty of

New Technique Captures High Resolution Images Of Full Retina

Researchers used a new imaging technique to take high quality color photographs of the clinical stages of ocular inflammation in mice, and the technology could help in the monitoring and treatmen

A Picture Paints More Than A Petabyte Of Data

In the age of the petabyte, we all need help digesting and understanding massive amounts of information. In this month's Physics World, a series of features celebrates the ascendance of visual me

Fluidigm Secures Licenses To Key Inventions For Detecting Fetal Genetic Characteristics In Maternal Plasma

Fluidigm Corporation today announced that it has secured co-exclusive licenses to Stanford University inventions that detect fetal genetic characteristics in maternal plasma, including t

The Climate Connection Launch - Tuesday 2nd December, UK

An exploration of the challenges facing public health leaders, their vision and responses to the urgent problems arising from climate change. Tuesday 2nd December will see the launch of a

Drinkaware Launches Campaign For A Christmas To Remember, UK

The Drinkaware Trust (Drinkaware), a UK charity which aims to reduce alcohol harm, has launched a new campaign to help partygoers have a merry - and memorable - Christmas. Entitled 'Tips

Dictyostelium Cells Shown To Lay 'Breadcrumb Trail' As First Step In Multicellular Formation

When starved of their food source and then presented with a chemoattractant signal like cAMP, individual Dictyostelium cells acquire a polarized morphology and aggregate to form a migrating strea

First Study To Examine Rare Injuries And Conditions Of U.S. High School Athletes

Rare injuries accounted for 3.5 percent of high school athletes' injuries 2005 through 2007, according to the first study to examine rare injuries and conditions of U.S. high school athletes. Rare

New Study Indicates Smallpox Vaccination Effective For Decades

Although naturally occurring smallpox was eradicated in 1977, there is concern that bioterrorists might obtain smallpox from a laboratory and release it into the population. Under such circumstanc

Autopilot Revolutionizes CR By Automating Image Processing For Consistency And Quality

This week at the 94th Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), Konica Minolta is highlighting the ImagePilot CR System with AutoPilot Image Processing. AutoPilot is a p

IMPAX Receives Final FDA Approval For Generic Wellbutrin(R) XL 150 Mg

IMPAX Laboratories, Inc. announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted final approval of the Company's Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA) for a generic version of

Options Available For Cartilage Repair May Expand With Clinical Trial

A pioneering clinical trial at Hospital for Special Surgery may offer a minimally invasive alternative for cartilage repair in the knee that uses the patient's own cells to repair the joint damage

Fast Food A Potential Risk Factor For Alzheimer's

Mice that were fed a diet rich in fat, sugar and cholesterol for nine months developed a preliminary stage of the morbid irregularities that form in the brains of Alzheimer's patients. The study r

A Class Of Small RNAs Inherited From The Mother Determines Offspring's Fertility Trait

Hereditary information flows from parents to offspring not just through DNA but also through the millions of proteins and other molecules that cling to it. These modifications of DNA, known as ep

100-Meter Sprint World Record Could Go As Low As 9.48 Seconds

2008 was a great summer for sports' fans. World records tumbled at the Beijing Olympics. Usain Bolt shattered both the 100m and 200m world records, knocking tenths of a second off each. People hav

Still No Progress: Mixed Sex Wards And Racial Inequalities, UK

Patient research released today by the Healthcare Commission has revealed that a shocking 68% of mental health inpatients are still being housed on mixed sex wards, showing no improvement on last

Anti-Depressant-Associated Changes In Semen Parameters

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, USA ( - The authors previously reported an effect of antidepressants on semen parameters. The current study was designed to assess/confirm their prior report of the

A Model System To Elucidate The Origin Of Protein Misfolding Neurodegenerative Diseases

Amyotropic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a neurodegenerative disease linked to the misfolding and aggregation of the dimers of the enzyme superoxide dismutase (SOD1).Other neurodegenerativ

St. Jude Identifies Genomic Causes Of A Certain Type Of Leukemia Relapse

Scientists at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have identified distinctive genetic changes in the cancer cells of children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) that cause relapse. The find

'Deranged Calcium Signaling' Contributes To Neurological Disorder, UT Southwestern Researchers Find

Defective calcium metabolism in nerve cells may play a major role in a fatal genetic neurological disorder that resembles Huntington's disease, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have f

Drive To Provide Dental Sealants To Children - Office Of Oral Health, Arkansas Department Of Health

A simple procedure that dentists and dental hygienists do can effectively prevents tooth decay and makes it possible for a child to grow up without cavities and fillings. Dental sealants are speci

Researching Fly Sleep To Advance Understanding Of Human Sleep And Its Disorders

In a novel study appearing this week in Neuron, Brandeis researchers identify for the first time a specific set of wake-promoting neurons in fruit flies that are analogous to cells in the m

Mechanism Linking Serotonin With Regulation Of Food Intake Revealed By Research

Genetic mouse models have provided surprising insight into mechanisms linking serotoninergic compounds with the regulation of feeding behavior and body weight. The research, published by Cell Pres

Newsweek Web Exclusive Examines Suicide, Mental Health Issues Among Young Black Men

A Newsweek Web exclusive on Tuesday featured excerpts from an interview with Sean Joe, assistant professor of social wor

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