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Fluorescent Nano-Barcodes Could Revolutionise Diagnostics

A new technology with research and clinical application including the early detection of disease has been invented and developed by University of Queensland researchers. Dr Krassen Dimitr

American Lung Association Launches Online Photo Campaign To Expose Big Tobacco In Communities Nationwide

The American Lung Association has launched an online photo campaign in order to solicit the public's help in exposing the most egregious examples of tobacco advertising to children and teens in co

The Genetics Of Fat Storage In Cells Revealed By Gladstone Scientists

New research by the Gladstone Institutes of Cardiovascular Disease (GICD) and the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), has revealed the genetic determinants of fat storage in cells, whi

Cancer Research UK Garden Wins Gold At The 2008 RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Leading charity Cancer Research UK has won a Gold Medal at the 2008 Chelsea Flower Show for its garden. Designed by three-time Chelsea Flower Show Gold Medal winner Andy Sturgeon, the inspiration

$11.6M NIH Grant To Study Novel Mechanisms Of Heart Failure Received By Jefferson

Scientists at Jefferson Medical College have received a five-year, $11.6 million grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute to study molecular mechanisms of cardiac injury that lead t

Advocates Call For Creation Of National Strategy To Fight HIV/AIDS In U.S.

Advocates at a congressional briefing on Tuesday called for a comprehensive strategy to address HIV/AIDS in the U.S.,

Democratic Presidential Candidate Obama Wins Oregon Primary; Opponent Clinton Wins Kentucky Primary

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.) on Tuesday won the Oregon primary with 58% of the vote, compare

ICU Physicians Less Likely To Discuss Prognoses With African American Patients

An important study raises concern about the way intensive care physicians approach patients and families facing serious end-of-life medical decisions. Based on interviews with more than 1,200 ICU

Jennerex Publishes Promising Results From Cancer Clinical Trial Of JX-594 In Lancet Oncology

Jennerex, Inc. (San Francisco, CA and Ottawa, Ontario), and its South Korean partner Green Cross Corp., announced that Phase I clinical trial results from its first-in-class lead product JX-59

2008 British Dental Conference And Exhibition The Biggest Ever, UK

The 2008 British Dental Conference and Exhibition was the biggest ever staged, both in terms of the numbers of people attending and the number of organisations exhibiting. The event, held at the M

AVMA Discourages Use Of Conventional Leghold Traps, Sets Guidelines For Humane Trapping

The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) adopted a revised policy on trapping and steel-jawed leghold traps that discourages use of old-fashioned traps in favor of modern, modified trap

Tumour Imaging Set To Improve Surveillance And Management Of Prostate Cancer

Pelican Cancer Foundation Colloquium: Image directed therapy for prostate cancer - the challenges ahead. 6-7 May 2008International cancer experts believe the time is right for tumour im

'Face Loss' Indeed Has A Greater Impact On The Chinese As Compared To The Americans

Consistent with widely held perceptions, this paper shows that 'face loss' indeed has a greater impact on the Chinese as compared to the Americans. 'Face' is defined as the reputation or

Pioneering Eye Surgery Network Receives 2008 Gates Award For Global Health

In recognition of its groundbreaking work to prevent debilitating blindness and provide affordable, world-class eye care to the poor, the Aravind Eye Care System, based in Tamil Nadu, India, has

'Painting' Viruses To Track Their Fate In The Body

Biologists from Austria and Singapore have developed a technique that adds a new twist on the relationship between biology and art. In an article recently published online in The FASEB Journal

Is Fertility Affected By Chemicals In The Environment?

Our day-to-day exposure to chemicals is on the increase. From food packaging to the air we breathe, every day contact with potentially-toxic substances could be affecting our health - and our fert

Liver Injury: Risk Threshold Of Daily Alcohol Intake And Drinking Duration

Alcoholic threshold effect rather than a dose-response effect on mortality from alcohol-related liver injury. Alcohol intake, rather than the type of alcoholic beverage, was more significant to li

Doctors To Host Public Town Hall Meeting On Health Care, USA

WHAT: Town Hall Meeting for Patients and Doctors. Texas Medical Association (TMA) and local physician leaders are asking Wichita Falls patients and small-business employers what improvements th

A Research On "Craving" Or The Intense Desire For Tobacco Establishes The Basis For Addiction Control

A research team from the University of Granada has carried out a study on the psychological process that triggers the craving or intense desire for tobacco, a study that could establish the base

Cardiologists Spell Out How Passive Smoking Damages The Heart And Join Youth To Counter The Threat

Some of the world's leading cardiologists have urged peers at their biennial world congress to recognise the full extent of the dangers of tobacco, in relation to heart disease and stroke. They a

Beijing Launches Hotel Condom Campaign To Curb Spread Of HIV

In an effort to curb the spread of HIV in Beijing, the city's Municipal Health Bureau and Municipal Tourist Bureau have ordered three-star and higher-rated hotels in the city to supply their gues

80% Of GPs Believe Cardiac Arrhythmias To Be Widely Under-recognised And Often Untreated, New Research Shows, UK

Patients with potentially fatal cardiac arrhythmias, an abnormality of the heart's rhythm, are not being diagnosed or treated, according to new research issued today.1 Over 700,000 people in the U

Pregnancy Conditions Affect First-Born Babies' Asthma And Allergy Rates

First-born children are at higher risk of developing asthma and allergy because of different conditions they experience in the uterus, according to new research from the Isle of Wight in the Unite

2008 BIO International Convention Expected To Add 83 Million Dollars To The San Diego Economy

The 2008 BIO International Convention in San Diego is expected to positively impact the region's economy by generating $83 million in economic benefits during its four-day run June 17 to 20, 2008,

How To 'Close The Gap' Faster, Australia

The Australian Medical Association called on the Rudd Government to quarantine a significant proportion of the $10 billion Health and Hospitals Fund for 'closing the gap' in health outcomes betwee

21st Birthday Binge Drinking Extremely Common; Can Pose Serious Health Hazards

The 21 for 21 ritual, where 21st birthday revelers attempt to down 21 alcoholic drinks, is highly prevalent among college students, according to new research. In the largest study of its kind, r

"Get Connected" In May To Co-Workers, Employees To Boost Workplace Wellness

Mental Health America is encouraging all employees and employers to strengthen support networks to boost workplace wellness throughout May as part of its 2008 May is Mental Health Month Connection

2008 PSA Excellence Awards Open For Nominations, Australia

Do you know a high-achieving pharmacist who deserves national recognition? Then PSA would like you to nominate them for the 2008 PSA Excellence Awards. Nominations are invited for three a

'Living Computers' Created Using Genetically Altered Bacteria

US researchers have created 'living computers' by genetically altering bacteria. The findings of the research, published in BioMed Central's open access Journal of Biological Engineering, d

Routine Screening Of Breast Cancer Patients For Symptoms Of Sub-Clinical Lymphoedema Leads To Better Clinical Outcomes

Breast cancer patients should undergo routine surveillance for sub-clinical lymphoedema, concludes a study published in Cancer. The study, which was conducted in the US, showed that compre

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