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Global Monitoring for Environment and Security: 4th forum in Baveno, Italy

... and to arrive at an operational global monitoring capacity for the environment and security by 2008. Presentations and discussions will be based on the Draft Final Report on the Initial Period of the GMES Action Plan, as well as on detailed supporting documents. A press conference will be held on 26 November...

Laboratory studies show a natural protein analog may fix insulin-making cells isolated from pancreas

... that GLP-1 not only stimulates the insulin-making capacity of islet cells in the pancreas, but that the compound actually makes new insulin, increases the growth of new islet cells and prevents overworked islets from dying prematurely. The study, reported in the December issue of the journal, Endocrinology, ...

Gastric bypass surgery riskiest for those who need it most

...then attached to the small intestine, reducing the capacity of the stomach. "This should not be considered a cosmetic procedure," said Elmar Merkle, M.D., the lead author. "People need to be aware of the potential complications of this surgery. It basically should be the last option we can offer the morbidly...

Gastric bypass surgery is riskiest for those who need it most

...then attached to the small intestine, reducing the capacity of the stomach. Subsequent radiologic imaging helped to identify 57 complications from the surgeries many of them multiple problems in the same patients including suture tears and leaks, pulmonary embolism, pneumonia and infection. "This should not...

Obesity risks add to complications of gastric bypass

...d to the small intestine, thereby reducing stomach capacity and the intestine's ability to absorb nutrients. Among the 335 patients that participated in the study, radiological imaging revealed 57 complications from the surgeries -- many of them multiple problems in the same patients -- including suture tears...

Duke cardiologists offer new view of link between aging, atherosclerosis

...rganisms, including humans, are born with a finite capacity for stem-cell-mediated repair of damaged tissues -- capacity that is perhaps determined by the genetic makeup of the individual. A reduction in the consumption o...

Its never too late to start exercising and losing weight , Joslin study shows

... the function of the major blood vessels; as their capacity to dilate in response to the nitric oxide secreted by the endothelium improved significantly, their risk of developing arteriosclerosis and heart disease was reduced, Dr. Hamdy said. The researchers also found improvement in several markers of blood ...

JCI Table of Contents

...n conditions of cholestasis both by increasing the capacity for bile excretion from the hepatoctye and decreasing bile acid biosynthesis. TITLE: Hepatoprotection by the farnesoid X receptor agonist GW4064 in rat models of intra- and extrahepatic cholestasis AUTHOR CONTACT: Stacey A. Jones GlaxoSmithKline ...

A hot time for cold superconductors

...tical current density, or maximum current-carrying capacity proportional to the wire size. They treated the ma... of the wires and increased their current carrying capacity by 45 percent as compared to the best MgB2 wires prepared with traditional annealing methods. "Afte...

Medical school deans and state medical society executives see physician shortages

...were reported by 27 percent of deans and expansion capacity by another 34 percent, but 7 percent noted recent decreases in class size." They add that these changes in class size might be able to produce another 7.6 percent medical school graduates each year. In conclusion the authors write: "The perception...

Electrical stimulation in patients with paralysis and spinal cord injury

...oratory to monitor progress and adherence. Aerobic capacity and exercise endurance tests were completed before training, at six weeks, and after exercise program completion. Results suggest that a home exercise program simulating propulsion can improve endurance in users of wheelchairs. Those with upper-limb ...

Universit de Montral receives US$11.7 million grant from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

... from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to build capacity for population and health research and policy in F...ation, "There is an urgent need to build the human capacity in the region to better understand the critical population and health issues and to design more effe...

UT Southwestern researchers discover first effective treatment for exercise disorder

...rdle's disease, patients have a very low oxidative capacity and rapidly fatigue with modest exercise such as w...ly before physical activities can improve exercise capacity in patients with McArdle's disease. But this study is the first to measure the effect of oral glucos...

Midlife brain crisis spawns late-life Alzheimer's

...anded the lifespan well beyond the brain's natural capacity to operate in a healthy, efficient manner," Bartzokis said. "The process of adult brain development and becoming 'wiser' has this downside that evolution could not anticipate." This new model of brain development and degeneration suggests that the be...

Low dose radiation in infancy may affect intellect

...ionising radiation in infancy affects intellectual capacity in later life, conclude researchers from Sweden in...1930-59. At age 18 or 19 years, their intellectual capacity was tested and high school attendance was recorded. The proportion of boys who attended high school ...

Medication reduces angina attacks, increases exercise capacity for patients with chronic angina

...ces the frequency of angina and increases exercise capacity in patients with severe chronic angina, according to a study in the January 21 issue of The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). According to background information in the article, chronic angina is a debilitating illness affectin...

Distance to hospital affects heart attack survival

...tretched thin in rural areas, however, and further capacity reductions would likely jeopardize patient safety in these days of managed care," O'Neill adds. Coronary heart disease takes more than 500,000 lives a year in the United States, making it the nation's leading cause of death. "Speed is of the essence ...

Insulin decreases inflammation, aids clot-busting drugs in heart attack patients, UB study shows

...ink that these effects, along with insulin's known capacity to dilate blood vessels and prevent platelet clumping, could improve blood flow during a heart attack and help limit the damage to heart tissue." He said further research is needed to determine the precise action of insulin responsible for its e...

Ethical review of research in developing countries needed

... There is also a critical need for research ethics capacity development in the developing world." The study authors surveyed 203 health researchers from developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America about their concerns and opinions regarding ethical review processes and the performance of developing...

UCSD's Dr. Leon Thal to receive Potamkin Prize, one of neurosciences' highest honors

...lopment of drugs for Alzheimer's disease. In his capacity as the principal investigator of the Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study (ADCS), Thal has established major, large scale clinical drug trials, as well as validation tests for methods to evaluate the course of Alzheimer's disease. On the basis of ...

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