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Mice Lacking Gene Show Reduced Alcohol Preference And Sensitivity

...ike adjusting thevolume control on a radio. In the drinking study, mice with half the D2 geneappeared to have normal drinking behavior, but their locomotor activity wasaltered. "There are probabaly many different combinations ...

Boats A Source Of MTBE In Water

...xceeded anticipated standards fortaste and odor in drinking water, they did not exceed the 14 parts per billio...mountain rangein northeastern California, provides drinking water to several locations,including nearby Reno, Nev. It is named for the legendary Donner Party, ...

Aluminium Study Puts Drinking Water In The Clear

...hat the useof alum - aluminium sulphate - to treat drinking water is safe. "We found that the aluminium we get from alum-treated drinking water is such aninsignificant amount we don't need to worry. Only 1-2% of our daily intake ofalumin...

Swedenvironment No. 3 Highlights

... Health? The concentrations of metals in food and drinking water depend on the acidity in soil and water. But a relationship between biological exposure and negative effects on humans has not yet been shown....

Alcohol Consumption, Resistance To Its Effects Related To Levels Of Neurotransmitter, Say UW Researchers

...ss alcohol, they took alot longer to wake up after drinking ethanol than normal mice. Thiele is a research scientist in the psychology department at the UWand Palmiter is a professor of biochemistry and an investigator with the HowardHughes Medical Institute. Other members of the research team are ...

Researchers Externally Regulate Gene Implanted In Brain

...weeks of doxycycline administration in theanimals' drinking water revealed highly significant reductions in the reportergene's protein production. Protein production resumed during the weeks withoutthe drug, demonstrating that the gene could be regulated in the brain byadministration or withdrawal of doxycycl...

Tracking A Legacy Of Waste In The West Siberian Basin

...sing siteto a nearby stream and could threaten the drinking water of residents. In 1990, Russia'sMinistry of Atomic Energy, MINATOM, signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the U.S. Department ofEnergy in the areas of environmental restoration and waste management and agreed to jointly study howradioactive ...

Some Smelter Slags Represent A Significant Environmental Hazard

...ervoir itcreated, Camanche Lake, which is used for drinking water and irrigation, floodsthe slag dump for about six months a year. Through a combination of field andlaboratory studies Parsons has determined that the slag dump, which containsabout 250,000 cubic yards of material, is a significant source of cad...

Researchers Discover How Green Tea May Prevent Cancer

...and Family Sciences. The findings suggest that drinking more than four cups of green tea a daycould provid...centrations of the active compoundat these levels, drinking several cups of green tea per day might inhibit thegrowth of cancer cells in the body." To deter...

Chemists To Meet March 21-25 In Anaheim

...ng plants for pest resistance. New drinking water research on what comes out of the tap--from natural organic matter to disinfection by-products....

Vanderbilt University Medical Center Forms Institute For Coffee Studies

...t. "Studies of coffee and caffeine have shown that drinking three or four cups ofcoffee a day is not harmful i..., which would make some sense because we know that drinking coffee givespeople a sense of well-being. It's possible that these or other components ofcoffee may ...

New Method For Destroying Potentially Deadly Toxins In Drinking Water

...dly toxinscalled microcystins that can be found in drinking water has been announced byresearchers in Scotland. Microcystins are produced by blue-green algae, whichcan grow in reservoirs, lakes and other bodies of water that are used formunicipaldrinking water. Blue-green algae, often referred to as pond sc...

At Last There's A Way To Fight The Dreaded E.coli

..., halfof them children, ended up in hospital after drinking contaminated milk. "It's a wonderful drug for this terrible, terrible condition," saysHoward Trachtman of the Schneider Children's Hospital in New York, who is incharge of a multi-centre trial of the drug in the US and Canada. "Thebeneficiaries woul...

Alcoholics' Children: Living With A Stacked Biochemical Deck

...oung adults with a strong family historyof chronic drinking -- all had at least fathers who were alcoholics -- with 22counterparts who had no such history. The scientists indirectly measured opioidactivity in the brain by artificially blocking opioids in both groups with adrug called naloxone and then measur...

New Hampshire Study Shows Well Water Has Higher Arsenic Levels Than Municipal Water

...dy by researchersat Dartmouth College. Arsenic in drinking water is linked to certain types ofcancer in human...wering themaximum contaminant level for arsenic in drinking water from 50 parts perbillion to somewhere between two to 20 ppb, says Stephen Peters, one of theDa...

ASM Calls For Focus On Microbial Pollution Of Nation's Water Supply

...on's Water Supply Contamination of our nation's drinking and recreational waters withdisease-causing microorganisms is a growing public health and environmentalproblem that is not being adequately addressed by current water safety standardsand research. Control of water pollution in the United States over...

1999 Spring Meeting: Information For Media Representatives

...rming, earthquake dangers, theavailability of safe drinking water and related issues? And how do they view thescientists who study these and related phenomena? AGU's Public InformationCommittee commissioned an independent study by Public Agenda to seek somepreliminary answers. John Immerwahr of Public Agenda ...

Media Advisory: 1999 Spring Meeting -- Updated Press Conference Schedule

...rming, earthquake dangers, theavailability of safe drinking water and related issues? And how do they view thescientists who study these and related phenomena? AGU's Public InformationCommittee commissioned an independent study by Public Agenda to seek somepreliminary answers. John Immerwahr of Public Agenda ...

The Reason The French Have Low Levels Of Heart Disease

...f ischaemic heart disease in France is not down to drinking red wine, suggest researchers in this week's BMJ. In their paper Dr Malcolm Law and Professor Nicholas Wald from the Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine in London present a new hypothesis to explain why the French population has experienced suc...

First direct link found between bacteria in drinking water and stomach ulcers

...oriin well water and clinical infection in persons drinking from that supply.Helicobacter pylori is an organis...and cases of stomach ulcers. Baker said drinking water is generally considered safe when coliformbacterium is not present. But the ulcer-causing bact...

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