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Cola soft drinks satisfy hunger as well as orange juice or 1% milk
...e juice or 1% milk. Milk, orange juice and colas satisfied
hunger and promoted fullness and satiety better than sparkling water. There was no difference in thirst ratings among the four beverages, including sparkling water....
Even moderate caloric restriction lowers cancer risk in mice
...milar mice to only 60 percent of the amount. This satisfied
all their nutritional requirements and provided a goodly amount of food to eat as well. The result: the number of the precancerous polyps also went down by 60 percent compared to the mice eating as much as they wanted. Previous mouse studies, like ep...
New microscope technology allows study of biomolecules interacting with minerals
...y goes away. This tells us that the siderophore is satisfied
and no longer needs the iron in the mineral. It confirms that we are measuring what we thought," says Kendall. "So we have demonstrated the relationships and how we can make it go away. "Third we demonstrate that the relationship doesn't change when...
Convergent technologies: Is your company ready for the future?
...dards of customer service will result in many more satisfied
customers. Converging technologies will positively influence work efficiency and production. Individually or combined, nanotechnology, information technology, biotechnology, and cognitive science, can be used to develop manufacturing systems that wil...
Long-term studies show most intersex adults happy with gender assignments at birth
...y of men (76 percent) and women (78 percent) were satisfied
with their assigned sex of rearing. Two patients changed gender in adulthood. Most subjects were satisfied
with their body image, sexual functioning with a partner and sexual orientation, and considered them...
'One-stop' approach works well for cervical cancer prevention
... "The vast majority of women said they were highly satisfied
with this 'one-stop' approach, making it more likely they will continue with regular checkups and stay healthy," says Paul D. Blumenthal, M.D., M.P.H., an author of the paper and an associate professor of gynecology and obstetrics at Johns Hopkins. ...
Smaller food portions may explain the 'French paradox' of rich foods and a svelte population
...lso plays an important role and that people may be satisfied
even if served less than they would normally eat." Extending their approach to single-serve foods sold in supermarkets, Rozin and colleagues found 14 of 17 items studied were larger in American stores. For example, a candy bar sold in Philadelphia w...
Hormonal changes in satisfied and dissatisfied shift workers across a shift cycle
...ne differences between two types of shift workers, satisfied
and dissatisfied. Their results show that the dis...the shift workers into two groups that were either satisfied
or dissatisfied with their shift schedule. The shift system had been in use for more than 20 years. ...
Major new finding on genetics of Parkinson's disease zeroes in on activity of alpha synuclein
...had even given this other gene a name, PARK4. Not satisfied
that they had the answer, scientists on the team decided to look again at genetic samples from the family, conducting additional analyses of the entire genome, including chromosome 4, the chromosome on which the -synuclein gene is located. In indivi...
Whites, African-Americans better rate medical care experiences when seeing same-race physicians
... also had a higher probability of saying they were satisfied
with the visit and that they would recommend the physician to a friend. Members of other ethnic groups were not included in this study because their representation in the clinical sites visited was too small, Cooper said. The study was supported by r...
Practice-based interventions enhance quality of care
...and issues with their care providers and were more satisfied
with their care than families who did not. In addition, families who received enhanced care were less like to use severe disciplinary tactics with their children, such as slapping the face or spanking with an object, compared to parents who did not r...
Patients give nod to kidney dialysis at home
...idence mounted that peritoneal patients were quite satisfied
with the treatment, and it was increasingly favore...dialysis, because they would appreciate being more satisfied
with their care."...
Parenting ethics panel explores thorny issues posed by technology
...es what a parent is? And will we, as a society, be satisfied
with the answer? Linda Giudice, MD, PhD, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Stanford University School of Medicine, will delve into these and other thorny issues during a panel discussion at the annual meeting of the American Association for t...
Brace therapy for osteoarthrisis, legal issues in TBI research, prosthetic fitting
...ucts. Nearly 80% of people with knee arthritis satisfied
with brace treatment, pg 187 In a study of brac...t knee arthritis, nearly 80% of patients were very satisfied
with their brace. Bracing is a treatment strategy to relieve pain, maintain function an...
Infusion of two peptides acts to accelerate appetite satisfaction
...orptive signals that indicate when the appetite is satisfied
("satiety"). Both peptides are classical gastrointestinal hormones that are released into the circulation in response to meal consumption. Earlier research has documented that these peptides participate in controlling the appetite in healthy volunte...
New survey reveals insights into unique relationship between mothers and pediatricians
...ere more likely to report that they were extremely satisfied
with their pediatrician. Jennifer Trachtenberg, M.D., pediatrician said, "Beyond a child's own parents, the pediatrician is one of the first people with whom a baby will come into contact. This physician will see your child through many social, em...