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International study provides culture-by-culture clues to family violence and abuse

...ies included in the study, a country's history and culture strongly influence what its residents consider to be unacceptable -- and acceptable -- examples of domestic violence and abuse. The aim of the study -- and the international team of researchers involved in it -- was to collect data on people's per...

American Thoracic Socety journal news tips for December 2004 (first issue)

...thods were also revealed through conventional cell culture analysis. The investigators analyzed the specimens for the presence of 11 different viruses, as well as several types of pneumonia, plus Legionnaire's Disease. Respiratory viruses were identified in 34 of 117 BAL specimens (29 percent) obtained in ...

Brain activity reflects complexity of responses to other-race faces

...d in face-to-face interactions, and the imprint of culture is what's reflected in the response to a 30-millisecond subliminal exposure," says co-author Mahzarin R. Banaji, Richard Clarke Cabot Professor of Social Ethics in the Department of Psychology in Harvard's Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Carol K. Pf...

Jefferson and Molecular Targeting Technologies, Inc. scientists create vaccine for wildlife rabies

...sing "bioreactor technology," a sophisticated cell culture system, scientists at MTTI produced large amounts of vaccine easily and inexpensively a key, says Dr. Dietzschold, to mass production. One of the problems with current vaccines is that fact that several varieties are used, depending on the particul...

Is fitness your New Year's resolution? You need professional help

...d state-of-the-art research facilities. McMaster's culture of innovation fosters a commitment to discovery and learning in teaching, research and scholarship. Based in Hamilton, the University has a student population of more than 20,000 and more than 112,000 alumni in 128 countries....

ZYVOX(R) demonstrates high success rate for patients who develop MRSA surgical site infections

...pected to be caused by susceptible bacteria. When culture and susceptibility information are available, they should be considered in selecting or modifying antibacterial therapy. In the absence of such data, local epidemiology and susceptibility patterns may contribute to the empiric selection of therapy. ...

Study of hypoxia and new gene reveals early-stage action of p53 tumor suppressor gene

...nd exposed cells to low oxygen conditions. In cell culture and in an animal model with implanted tumor cells, the researchers showed that tumors with silenced Bnip3L grew more aggressively in low oxygen conditions than cells and tumors with intact Bnip3L. El-Deiry and first author Peiwen Fei, MD, PhD, a post...

Simple sputum test for confirmation of childhood tuberculosis

...e gastric lavages. In addition, almost half of all culture positive sputum samples were also smear positive, ...with almost 40% of children with a positive sputum culture being less than one year of age. Professor Zar comments: "In children with suspected pulmonary tuber...

Innovative WSU graduate program deals with mental health, deafness

...eters in understanding the characteristics, needs, culture and communication aspects of deaf clients and providing these individuals with equal access to mental health services," he said. Basil, who has been working with deaf individuals since 1989 and is fluent in American Sign Language, said the training i...

How the stories of ordinary people could give them more say over planning decisions

...f approach is also the best way to investigate the culture of a particular place and the way risks are interpreted locally, he says. Professor Pidgeon added: "A key aim of our project is to offer some insight into how gathering the stories of people in this way can help in the deliberations between them and ...

Wisconsin scientists grow critical nerve cells

...al. The spinal motor neuron cells have survived in culture in the lab for more than three months, says Xuejun Li, an assistant scientist in Zhang's group, and the lead author of the study. To determine the exact recipe for motor neuron growth, Li foraged labs worldwide to obtain the growth factors and other ...

Drug treatment promising for halting Huntington's-related nerve death

...nd colleagues found that treatment of the cells in culture with the drug enoxaparin prevented inappropriate calcium release, and prevented cell death. Enoxaparin is an anti-coagulant that is FDA-approved in humans for use in treating blood clots. Because the signals that lead cells to die can come from ...

Male surgeons report highest rate of mistakes in patient care

...tor in quality improvement. We have to change the culture of medicine so early discussion is seen as the right and responsible thing to do."...

Methamphtetamine's ruinous effects on children documented in Midwest study

...decade, this study may be the first to look at the culture and family dynamics it creates, especially in rural areas, and the effect of that on the children of users, Haight said. "Even though our study is rooted in a particular community, it has wider implications in terms of how we approach this problem, ...

New survey finds red dress symbol prompts women to take action to care for their hearts

...s, the Red Dress has exploded and caught on in pop culture and has become the quintessential icon for women's heart health. We celebrate the success of the Red Dress and are committed to increasing awareness among women to help them live longer, healthier lives." Since 1984, heart disease has killed more wo...

Why North America is not a rhythm nation

...simple western meter. To gauge the significance of culture influences our ability to process musical patterns...g complex rhythms but might lose that ability in a culture - like ours - that embraces a simple musical structure. The researchers also concluded that infants ...

Over prescribing causing high rates of antibiotic resistance in south and east Europe

...y variations in incidence of community infections, culture and education, differences in drug relations and in the structure of the national pharmaceutical market. Professor Goossens concludes: "Population-based studies are needed to determine the motivation and incentives that lead individuals to use or not...

Uric acid may help reduce effects of spinal cord injury, Jefferson researchers find

...vented inflammation and some damage. Tests in cell culture showed that uric acid protected spinal cord neurons from peroxynitrite-related damage. The scientists report their findings Feb. 14, 2005 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences . According to Dr. Hooper, secondary spinal cord damage ...

Stem-cell research hints at better looking cosmetic and reconstructive surgery

...hem to become fat-producing cells. Cells from this culture were placed in a Food and Drug Administration-approved scaffold that mimics the natural environment in which fat cells grow in the body. The hydrogel scaffold can be molded into any shape or size. These cell-seeded scaffolds were placed under the ski...

Culture-specific exercise sparks interest of older women

... always easy, but exercise programs in tune with a culture create interest and increase adherence, researchers in a pilot study reported at the Second International Conference on Women, Heart Disease and Stroke. University of California San Francisco School of Nursing researchers provided a 12-week Tai Chi ...

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