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Early Menarche Puts Young Girls In Peril

...y of American Girls (Random House, 1997). The book chronicles how opportunities for self scrutiny have escalated...es the Victorian view on menarche with today's and chronicles the diminishing mother-daughter dialogue, the disappearance of single-sex groupings and intergenerat...

UMass virologist publishes book on "The Real Science Behind 'The X-Files'"

...The book is published by Simon &Schuster. The show chronicles the work of two FBI agents who investigate unsolved casesrelating to the paranormal and other unexplained phenomena. Simon talks with theshow's creator, Chris Carter, about the scientific plausibility of what shecalls his "wonderfully creative" ideas...

Northeast a haven for many carnivores species

...loss of larger habitats they require. The report chronicles success stories, such as the return of the fisher, a member of the weasel family that virtually vanished from much of its range beginning in the 1800s due to overtrapping and habitat loss. Reintroductions, which began in the 1940s, coupled with aban...

Warming trend seen in late freeze, early thaw of northern waterways, say Science researchers

...s in such far-flung locales as Wisconsin and Japan chronicles a recent climate warming trend in the Northern Hemisphere, say researchers in the 8 September issue of the international journal Science . The study, conducted by an international research team and led by John J. Magnuson of the University of Wi...

'Translocation' surgery yields unprecedented results

...rt, published in the October issue of the journal, chronicles results of the procedure in 102 eyes in the first 101 consecutive patients. Patients ranged in age from 41 to 89; 60 percent were male. Within three months following surgery, 37 percent of the patients gained two or more lines of vision on a sta...

World land database charts a troubling course

...veiled a historical global land-use inventory that chronicles the massive impact humans have had as they've remade the global landscape since the 17th century. "We're hitting a threshold of available global natural resources," Ramankutty says. "We need to think about this issue before it's too late. There is n...

Roadmaps & Rampways

...Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), chronicles 25 years of a remarkable era, with dramatic changes in the law, in attitudes, and in "assistive" technology that are transforming the lives of people with disabilities in the United States. The young people featured in the book all participated in a ...

New books show social side of weather and climate

....00, ISBN 0-87590-297-9 (paper), $39.00. This book chronicles the century-long struggle to understand the enormous power and devastating impact of hurricanes. Some authors provide a look at recent advances and promising new technologies for tracking and predicting the path of hurricanes. Others examine what h...

Exercise and recreation for people with mobility impairments

... account of rehabilitative engineering. "Pioneers" chronicles the advent of rehabilitation engineering, from key figures and political forces within the rehabilitation movement to early communication aids through the prism of such notables as Dudley S. Childress, PhD, professor of biomedical engineering and phy...

Gene clustering helps rice plants fight pathogens

... and characterize chromosome 10. The Science paper chronicles a high degree of collinearity between rice and two other major cereal crops sorghum and maize providing further evidence that rice can be a model for cereal crop research....

Review article makes case for a new source of cells in the body

...of VENT cell research. The August review article chronicles the cells' discovery and documentation of their presence in every tissue that Dr. Sohal's research team has examined, including the gastrointestinal tract, heart, liver, blood vessels, inner ear and skull. "There aren't a huge number of them in most ...

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