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'Noah's Flood' Kick-Started European Farming

The flood believed to be behind the Noah's Ark myth kick-started European agriculture, according to new research by the Universities of Exeter, UK and Wollongong, Australia. Published in the jour

$2.2M NIH Grant To Develop Drugs To Suppress Cocaine Cravings

The University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy has received a $2.2 million federal grant to develop therapeutics to suppress the cravings of cocaine addicts.Compounds develop

$50 Million Funding For Major UQ Research Institute, Australia

The University of Queensland has welcomed the signing of a $50 million funding agreement from the Queensland Government for the University's Ins

15th International Conference On Cancer Nursing - Singapore, August 17-20, 2008

The International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care (ISNCC) is pleased to announce the launch of its new online abstract submission system. Abstracts are now being accepted for the 15th Internation

Election Policies Ignore The Need For Improved Medical Care For Older Australians

There have been no health policies in this election campaign offering improved medical care of older Australians living in residential aged care facilities, and that's a disgrace according to the

A Mechanism To Explain Biological "Cross Talk" Between 24 Hour Body Cycle And Metabolism

It's well known that the body's energy levels cycle on a 24 hour, or circadian, schedule, and that this metabolic process is fueled by oxygen. Now, researchers at the University of Pennsylvania Sc

PT Treatment Can Provide Relief For People With COPD

Physical therapist treatment for COPD, which includes breathing training and exercise, can help improve the quality of life for people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), the Americ

ADA Honour For BDJ Editor-In-Chief

The American Dental Association (ADA) has bestowed honorary membership on Stephen Hancocks, Editor-in-Chief of the British Dental Journal (BDJ) The honour, awarded to only a handfu

2008 Open Enrollment For Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Coverage And Medicare Advantage Plans Begins Today

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that, beginning today, Medicare beneficiaries will be able to begin making enrollment changes in their health and prescription drug

FDA Adds Boxed Warning For Heart-related Risks To Anti-Diabetes Drug Avandia

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced that the manufacturer of Avandia (rosiglitazone), a drug used to treat type 2 diabetes, has agreed to add new information to the existing boxed warn

Cost-Effective Spinal Discography Device Receives FDA Clearance: Pinyons Medical Technology's PowrSyringe Expands With New Spine Indication

Pinyons Medical Technology, Inc. announced it received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance to market the PowrSyringe Monitor™ for use in discography procedures. Discog

Furthering Understanding Of Brain Function, Carnegie Mellon Neuroscientist Proposes New Theory Of Brain Flexibility

Carnegie Mellon University neuroscientist Marcel Just and Stanford postdoctoral fellow Sashank Varma have put forward a new computational theory of brain function that provides answers to one of t

Obese Patients May Receive Incorrect Drug Dosages

As if severely overweight people didn't already have enough health concerns, experts are raising another red flag -- the possibility that some of their prescription medications, especially antibio

Study Discusses 'Pay Or Play' Mandates; NEJM Perspective Examines Generic Drug Regulation

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CMS Launches Online Tool That Allows People To Better Compare Medicare Prescription Drug Plans As Open Enrollment Period Begins

The open enrollment period for the Medicare prescription drug benefit begins on Thursday, and CMS has established a new online tool to help wit

"Medicare Advantage Plans Are The Way Of The Future," Says Maryland Health Official

Medicare Advantage plans are the way of the future, says Dorothy Schulz, manager of a Medicare Advantage health insurance plan offered nationally to residents in Erickson Retirement Communities

100,000 Will Die From Diabetes In Mexico In 2012

The incidence of diabetes mellitus in Mexico will have risen 40% by the year 2012, killing over 100,000 Mexicans during that year, according to Jose Angel Cordova Villalobos, Health Secretary, Mex

Forteo Increases Bone Density In Steroid-Induced Osteoporosis

A new US study suggests that the osteoporosis drug Forteo (made by Eli Lilly) was more effective than Fosamax (made by Merck) at increasing bone density in arthritis patients with osteoporosis c

Human Embryonic Stem Cells Derived From Preimplantation Genetically Diagnosed Embryos

A human stem cell line derived from embryos that were identified by preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) to carry the mutation for fragile X syndrome has provided an unprecedented view of early

'Fingerprints' Help Find Genes Involved In Differentiation

A database that includes the molecular profiles of the major components of the blood system -- including the stem cells and the cells differentiated from them -- enabled researchers at Baylor Coll

Vitamin D Injection Fails To Prevent Fractures In Elderly People

An annual injection of vitamin D does not reduce the rate of bone fractures suffered by elderly people. The finding is the result of a four-year long study in which scientists from the MRC Epidemi

Humans And Chimps Differ At Level Of Gene Splicing

Researchers are closer to understanding why humans differ so greatly from chimpanzees in the way they look, behave, think, and fight off disease, despite having genes that are nearly 99% identical

Males Evolve More Quickly For Simple Reason

The observation that males evolve more quickly than females has been around since 19th century biologist Charles Darwin noted the majesty of a peacock's tail feather in comparison with the plainne

Sleep, Hunger And Metabolism Have A Hormone Link

While investigating how the hormone orexin might control sleep and hunger, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have discovered, to their surprise, that it activates a protein, HIF-1, lon

Ceregene Completes Enrollment Of Phase 2 Clinical Trial For Parkinson's Disease

Ceregene, Inc. announced that the company has completed enrollment of its randomized, controlled, double-blind, Phase 2 clinical trial evaluating CERE-120, a gene therapy product in developmen

92% Of HIV Infections In Mauritius Transmitted Through Injection Drug Use, Government Reports

About 92% of new HIV infections in Mauritius are transmitted through injection drug use, up from 14% in 2002, the government said Monday,

A Higher Risk Of Obesity For Children Neglected By Parents

Strategies for decreasing a child's risk for obesity often focus on improving eating habits and maintaining a high level of physical activity. While this is one way to address the issue, another

12 Diseases That Impacted Humanity Discussed By UCR Biologist In New Book

Understanding past outbreaks of diseases can better prepare us for diseases in our future. This, in a nutshell, is the message of a new book by a professor emeritus of biology at the University o

News Tips From The Journal Of Neuroscience

Sorting Out the BittersMaik Behrens, Susann Foerster, Frauke Staehler, Jan-Dirk Raguse, and Wolfgang MeyerhofThe story goes that bitter taste receptors are there to pro

Tumor-Suppressor Gene For Lung Cancer Identified By M. D. Anderson Researchers

The GPRC5A gene, which is under-expressed in human lung cancer cells, suppresses lung tumors in mouse models and could provide a key to attacking lung cancer in humans, researchers at The Univers

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